- A goal-oriented young lady has recently taken to social media to share how she has been able to sustain herself through medical school
- In a Twitter post, rutie_xx revealed that she had to take up working as a mechanic to fend for herself
- Many who read the story had very encouraging words for the gorgeous soon to be medical doctor
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A young lady recently took to social media to share that with or without a silver spoon in her mouth, she was willing to do what it takes to build a better future for herself.
In a post on Twitter sighted by YEN.com.gh, @rutie_xx shared that she had to take on a job as a mechanic to help cater for her needs as a medical school student.
"Working as a mechanic, I've been able to sustain myself in medical school", she posted.
Her tweet attracted a lot of reactions from netizens.
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At the time of this publication, the post has gathered close to 30,000 likes with more than 500 quote tweets and 3,000 retweets.
A few of the 1,000 comments have been highlighted below by YEN.com.gh;
I'm actually happy that there are Independent women like you out there.
A dirty job pays better than a clean job am telling you.
They gave school fees you ate it, your project money, you ate it, money for your hostel..you ate it. Now tell me is it good, it is not good. I'm talking to you
I love this your mechanic uniform ooooo
People laugh at my style of music but I'm 27 years & I've built 7 houses - Medikal says in emotional post
Amazing....One of the most reasonable tweet I've seen from ages. May God bless the works of your hands.
But why medical instead of furthering in Mechanical engineering
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a 18-year-old Chinyere washes tankers as an occupation to support her studies.
In a video shared on Instagram by @mufasatundeednut, the hardworking lady could be seen with a bucket filled with detergent as she scrubs tyres with a sponge.
When quizzed on how it works, Chinyere said on a Sunday, she could wash up to three trucks and earns GHc 30 per job executed.
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