- Okeke Stephanie fixes Plaster of Paris (POP) overhead ceiling for a living despite the heavy criticisms she faced
- The young lady said she is proud of her job and advised ladies to go into crafts instead of selling their bodies
- In an exclusive interview with LegitTV, Stephanie spoke about her job and how great it has been for her since she started
A Nigerian lady, Okeke Stephanie, has attracted massive attention after showing off her handiwork.
The pretty lady, based in Delta state, fixes Plaster of Paris (POP) overhead ceiling for a living and has been making money from it.
In an interview with LegitTV, Stephanie revealed that she lost her mother at a young age, and her father kicked against her decision to go into the POP business.
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Her father insisted that it was a man's job and advised her to look for something else to do.
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Stephanie said she was also advised by a friend to go into illegal business, but she turned down the suggestion. According to Stephanie, she would rather do a hard job than sell her body.
She advised ladies into hook-up to desist because it is more profitable to have a craft that pays well.
Stephanie reveals other skills
The beautiful lady said she doesn't only fix POP; she is also an actress and featured in some Nollywood movies.
She also stated that she learnt hairdressing and nail fixing when she was younger because her family didn't support the POP business.
Nigerians applaud Stephanie
"God bless her hustle."
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"God bless her."
"Wow. Her contact information if want offer contracts. She needs to celebrate."
"For this job she needs atleast an N95 mask to reduce the chemicals she’s inhaling. Protect yourself from lung cancer."
"Keep it up dear big contract is coming."
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Stephanie said she threaded the career path despite facing criticisms at her early beginnings for doing a "man's job".
According to Stephanie, her father and aunty were not happy with her choice of job. They asked her to do something else while noting that fixing the POP ceiling is not a woman's job.