- A woman in Enugu state, who is a making a living from driving a public bus, is inspiring many with her work
- Transportation is dominated by men and seeing a woman doing such is inspiring and gives credence to the statement that what a man can do a woman can do better
- The unidentified woman could be seen in a video transporting her passengers with utmost professionalism
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A female bus driver in Enugu state is inspiring many as she makes a living from driving a public bus.
YEN.com.gh sighted her inspiring story and video on the Twitter page CoalCityConnect. In the video, she could be seeing transporting passengers.
Some Twitter users took to the comment section to identify with her and one of them said there was a day a man refused to board her bus because she was a woman.
According to the user, the woman did not mind as she could be used to such encounter on a daily basis.
In other news, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has no doubt opened the eyes of many people to the endless opportunities in the country and one of such persons is a Nigerian lady identified as Uwaoma Susan Joseph.
The graduate of estate management who recently completed the mandatory one-year service programme opened up on how she saved up to acquire a tricycle popularly known as keke NAPEP.
Uwaoma revealed she was earning N19,800 from NYSC and from her primary place of assignment, N20,000. She stated that she saved up the monies and realised a total of N432,000.
The young entrepreneur who added that she was also doing a side hustle and therefore had no cause to be broke, bought the fairly used tricycle which she gave out for hire purchase.
Uwaoma revealed that she gets daily returns from the business, adding that she needs a good job to complement her income.
Part of her post reads: "Am proud to say. I came. I saw. I conquered...NYSC is not scam. Am a proud owner of a Keke. I need a good job to blend it. I studied Estate management and valuation...Share to inspire someone."
Meanwhile, the famous Ghanaian dancing pallbearers, now officially known as the Otafrij Dancing Pallbearers, performed at the funeral of Nana Agyei Sikapa.
Despite Media Journalist, Nana Agyei Sikapa who passed on in June 2020 following a long term illness was given his last respect at a burial ceremony on Saturday, July 25, 2020.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanacelebrities.com the funeral was held at Achimota Mile 7, where sympathizers, loved ones and family gathered for the final rites and internment.
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