- A lady who works as a car windshield repairer has said it took her three weeks to learn the craft
- According to the lady identified as Titilayo, she wanted to do something unique with her life hence she went to learn the work
- In an interview, it was revealed that Titilayo has a National Diploma but now works in a mechanic shop
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Titilayo, a young lady who has learned how to fix car windshields has opened up in an interview.
The young lady who has a National Diploma in business administration says she went to learn the craft because she needed to do something unique with herself.
I started the craft before getting married
Speaking to LegitTV, Titilayo said it took her three weeks to learn the craft. The lady who is also married said she was doing the job before tying the knot. She has been doing the job for 16 years.
"I sell coconut on the street & through that I've bought 2 separate lands & built a house" - GH lady
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"I have been doing this job before I got married. When they see me doing this kind of job, it impresses them. I feel honoured because they don't just talk to me anyhow. They approach me very well."
In the video, Titilayo was seen doing her job cheerfully and it is evident that she loves it.
Watch the full interview below:
YouTube users react
When the video was shared, a YouTube user encouraged her, calling her a good representative of Nigeria. Another asked to know where she is located. See the comments below:
Teni Alind said:
"You are wonderful. You are a good representative of Nigeria."
Nas Nasss commented:
"Pls anyone that knows where she dey?"
Female shoemaker shows off her skills, says it's family legacy
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a female shoemaker showed off her great skills online. The beautiful shoes she makes attracted attention.
According to the lady named Edna Frimpong who hails from Ghana, shoemaking is a family legacy because she learned the skill from her father.
Edna who is an ND holder is equally pursuing a degree from the Ghana Institute of Journalism.
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