- Nigerian ladies are taking into small businesses and are refusing to stay idle, impressing many people with their determination
- Recently, many of them went viral on the internet due to their determination to succeed and make an honest living
- Three of these ladies stand out and deserve a further mention and coverage since they caught the attention of the public in an amazing way
Staying idle is no longer fashionable as many young ladies are now taking into small businesses and crafts to fend for themselves.
Many of these young ladies started their crafts in a small way, but have hopes of growth. Often, when they share their stories online, they are regarded as sources of inspiration for many.
Three of these ladies stand out this week as they went viral due to their handwork. Legit.ng highlights the three young ladies who went viral this week due to their craft.
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She started making shoes in Abakaliki, the Ebonyi state capital and has now gone viral due to her dedication.
A few days ago, Sharon opened a school of leather works in Abakaliki where she will be teaching others how to make shoes.
Queen who sells fried noodles said in her tweet that she takes pride in what she does and also affirmed that she was not prepared to live a fake life.
Her story quickly gained traction online with many asking where her shop is for possible patronage.
Precious Joseph is a lady barber who has gone viral due to her powerful skills with the clipper.
In an interview, Precious told Legit.ng that she initially wanted to be a soldier but her dream was thwarted when her family rejected the idea.
She went on to learn barbing and she is now making waves in the profession in Lagos.
Female shoemaker shows off her skills, says it's family legacy
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a female shoemaker showed off her great skills online.
According to the lady named Edna Frimpong, shoemaking is a family legacy because she learned the skill from her father.
Edna who is an ND holder is equally pursuing a degree from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.