- A Nigerian lady, Favour Oluma, has shown the world how skilled Nigerians are with her amazing craftsmanship
- The lady, who is a student of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, makes cute centre tables from old vehicle tyres
- Favour said it is her hustle as she sought for patronage via her social media account
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Just when you think Nigerians have reached the limit of their creativity, stories like that of Favour Oluma, a young Nigerian lady, amaze you anew.
The young lady is into the craft of converting old car tyres into grand tables that can fit into any modern home.
Nigerians are always making smart moves
A student of the Federal University of Technology, Minna, she could be seen in the production process of the table in one of the pictures she shared on Twitter.
Nigerians are not hardworking but they are constantly rethinking ways to make new things from old and discarded materials. Hers could be seen as a very eco-friendly way of recycling tyres.
See her tweet below:
Meanwhile, a young lady with the Twitter name, officialjadene1, has become an inspiration following her latest milestone after earning an undergraduate degree. officialjadene1 successfully bagged her degree in pharmaceutical and cosmetic science.
The young Black lady’s admirable accomplishment comes amid the challenges many continue to deal with because of the current coronavirus pandemic.
In another story, at the age of 11, Carruthers Tetteh, lost his sight but not his determination and zeal to achieve his dreams.
Against all odds, he envisioned a future full of hope. He got used to the new normal but was not despaired. Despite the herculean obstacle of being visually incapacitated, Carruthers, continues to work hard at his dream of becoming a lawyer someday.
In 2019, a determined Carruthers sat for the Law School entrance exams but encountered a major setback against his goal.
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