35-Year-Old Mum Becomes Taxi Driver, Proudly Does Her Job in Viral Video: "Don't Be Intimidated By Men"

35-Year-Old Mum Becomes Taxi Driver, Proudly Does Her Job in Viral Video: "Don't Be Intimidated By Men"

  • A Nigerian mum has proudly shown off her hustle in a video that has motivated many people on Instagram
  • Mrs Kemi Toriola became a taxi driver after she quit her business due to the harsh realities of COVID-19
  • The 35-year-old lady said her husband is very proud of her as he was the one who bought the car on hire purchase for her

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A proud mum of two who is a taxi driver has advised other women not to be intimidated by men.

Mrs Kemi Toriola joined taxi driving after the COVID-19 pandemic negatively affected her business.

Kemi, a Nigerian mother of two who is a taxi driver.
Kemi, who is 35 became a tax driver after the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo credit: LegitTV.
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The 35-year-old Kemi said she has the full support of her husband since he was even the one who helped to buy the car for her through hire purchase.

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According to Kemi, it is good that a woman should have something to contribute to the family at the end of every month.

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She said it is proper to support the man, and this can only be done through engagement in something meaningful.

In a video interview with YEN.com.gh, Kemi was seen in her car, ready for work.

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Reactions from Instagram users

Kemi's doggedness has been applauded by social media users who called on other women to emulate her hard work. See some of the reactions below:

@exclusively_prince said:

"I applaud her and more like her. Commendable and worthy of emulation."

@afrokitchencookingchallenge reacted:

"Good woman."

@gimbiyafatimawaziri said:

"They are making money ooo."

@kokon_enterprise reacted:

"Don't give up dear."

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that a Nigerian woman, Famuyiwa Omobolanle, has narrated how despite being a graduate of mass communication, she could not get a good job for the past 17 years. The woman in between those years did a teaching job.

Speaking with BBC News Yoruba, she revealed that though she was retained after NYSC at a school she was teaching in Benin city, her husband disallowed her.

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