Talented Female Shoemaker Shares Photos Of Military Inspired Shoe She Made, Photos Go Viral

Talented Female Shoemaker Shares Photos Of Military Inspired Shoe She Made, Photos Go Viral

  • A female shoemaker identified as Khair Miss has taken to Twitter to share photos of the recent shoe she made
  • The beautiful lady shared photos of a military inspired shoe which she made and it has stirred massive reactions from admirers
  • However, some people expressed their fear for the 'camo' and appealed to her to show them samples of other shoes

A beautiful lady with the Twitter handle @KhairMss has caused a frenzy on social media after showing off her handwork.

The talented young lady shared photos of the shoe she made and Nigerians applauded her massively over her talent.

The beautiful photos which she shared showed a neatly made shoe that looks like the one usually worn by military personnels.

Talented shoemaker, KhairMss, military inspired shoe
Female Shoemaker shows off her handwork Photo Credit: @khairMss
Source: Twitter

In one of the photos she shared, she was spotted letting out a huge grin while holding the shoe in her hand.

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When Legit.ng contacted her, the talented lady revealed that she has been into the business for about 5 years now.

She added that she has been facing challenges in the business like lack of capital to run it effectively.

She further stated that she needs an advanced sewing machine, a binding machine and more money.

In her words:

"I need some advanced Sewing machine, Binding machine, More capital. These are my top 3 challenges."

Speaking on why she delved into shoemaking, she said:

"The primary purpose for setting up such enterprise as mine is for wealth creation and uplifting of the downtrodden through skills acquisition in my line of business."
"Financial assistance will enable me to buy sewing machine and binding machine, which are now my top challenges, and also buy materials to be able to meet up with the rising market demand.

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This is a guarantee of expansion for me, as with that, many hands would be involved as apprentices and later, self-reliant individuals who would go on to help themselves and others in wealth creation, and cutting the rising unemployment resulting from dependence on government jobs."

People applaud Miss Khair

Mubarak Awwal said:

"That's Nice, for ur nice work, if u wouldn't mind i will install a free wallpaper for you on the other part of the wall im the shop...!! All bills on me."

Amax Lyf added:

"Your handwork is beautiful, all you need dm funding and a government that believes in creating an enabling environment for your brilliant minds like you. I hope you vote for a credible leader."

DatDarkSide noted:

"Person wey go wear this for public go get ready to do like 600 frog jumps with a touch of push ups."

Surrest Plug Marshall remarked:

"Wow i love this this is really a creative work but na the camo weak me oo i no dey pass my bandry."

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Dontico reacted:

"Show me other designs that are corporate cuz I can wear this one to avoid military harassment. Kudos to your talent and job."

When I went to learn shoemaking, they rejected me because I'm a woman - Nigerian female shoemaker says

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Yetunde Odewumi, a female shoemaker has traced the history of how she went into shoemaking and how she found where to learn.

Yetunde said when she went to learn the craft, she was told by the man that they cannot accept her because she is a woman.

The graduate of LAUTECH however searched for another place until she found where to learn and she is now running her own shop and showroom.

Source: Legit.ng

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