- A 12-year-old girl, Favour Adebayo, is a tailor who is proud of her craft as she asks people to patronise her service
- In a post on Twitter, she asked people to retweet her for wide patronage as she also does home deliveries
- When people pointed out that it is dangerous as a minor to go to people's homes, Favour and a family member replied that an older person always follows her
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At a time when adults are looking for new ways to earn money as world economy slumps due to the raging pandemic, a little girl in Lagos state, Favour Adebayo, has already charted her path for economic independence.
At 12 years old, Favour is taking over Twitter with her amazing skill as a tailor. The smart girl is not just learning the craft, she is already plying the tailoring trade.
Armed with the endless possibilities of social media, the 12-year-old kid is ready to give many competitors in the trade a good run.
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In a tweet she made on Tuesday, May 11, the young girl is not only proud to be a tailor but said she is open for business and can offer home service for anyone interested in the state.
As it is customary on the micro-messaging platform, she asked Twitter users to help retweet her business on their TL so that she can have a wider reach.
Favour tweeted: Hello everyone! My name is Favour. I'm 12yrs old. A Proud Tailor, I live in Lagos & I have passion for sewing. I can come to your home, get your measurement & still deliver to you. PLS RT when you see this, my customers might be on your TL. Many Thanks &God Bless"
With the way her post got many positive feedbacks from people, she may just be having a flood of orders soon. Below are some reactions:
When someone spoke about how it could be dangerous to go to people's homes alone, an older family member said he goes with her.
More reactions below:
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh recently reported that Dora Portuphy, a female family barber and mother of Ghanaian blogger, Edward Blagogee, is making adorable strides in a field where men have a commanding influence.
For over 30 years, Dora has been barbering hair. YEN.com.gh learned she trims the hair of her nuclear family, friends, and other acquaintances.
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