Meet the female chemistry graduate who makes money as a shoemaker (photos)

Meet the female chemistry graduate who makes money as a shoemaker (photos)

- A Nigerian lady and Chemistry degree holder, Taofeeqah Fehintola Mustapha, has succeeded in her shoemaking business

- Taofeeqah showcased her shop to tell people the grace she has enjoyed in her business

- People praised her as they said that she is a perfect example that hard work pays

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The world is seriously changing with women taking the courage to delve into fields hitherto seen as the exclusive preserve of men.

This summarises the story of Taofeeqah Fehintola Mustapha, the female university graduate currently taking the internet by storm for her extra-ordinary passion to make ends meet.

She is into shoemaking despite having a degree in Chemistry. On Tuesday, July 28, she shared pictures of herself at work as she designs different shoes, asking people to come patronise her.

The Chemistry graduate calls herself a lady shoemaker who churns out the best pieces.

In a recent post she made on Sunday, August 9, she posted pictures of how well she has moved in the craft.

One of the photos shows her holding branded packages of her works, while the other two display her showroom.

Many reacted to her success tweet, commending her for the great efforts she must have exerted to achieve the milestone.

Below are some of the reactions:

A collage showing the shoemaker and her shop.Photo source: Twitter/@pheeqah_f

A collage showing the shoemaker and her shop.Photo source: Twitter/@pheeqah_f
Source: UGC

In another story, Ghanaian entrepreneur and creative genius, Hannah Akomeah, is a senior high school (SHS) graduate who transforms used car tyres into stunning furniture.

The hardworking young lady turns tyres into beautiful home furniture such as tables and round sofas that are very comfortable.

Furniture making has been a male-dominated field for a long time, but Hannah is one of many young women shaping and changing the narrative.

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