- An 18-year-old lady has shocked many people on social media with the kind of hustle she engages in
- In a viral video, the lady identified as Chinyere washes tankers just so she could see herself through school
- Chinyere stated that on a Sunday, she can do up to three tankers and get paid R72 for each job done
While students engage in different activities to make ends meet and support their schooling, a young lady's uncommon hustle has stunned internet users.
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 N2k per job executed.
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Mixed reactions trail the video
"Super woman. I honestly need her parents Number she needs our encouragement."
"Pls I will like to support this little girl anyone that can reach her."
"When will she finish washing this tanker?God!!!!! People are suffering in this same country that money is in the air.. on gaaaaaaad."
@bee_chalin expressing doubt remarked:
"I don’t know why this video is just like cooked up story.... look at her hand that she will to wash a whole trailer talk more of sometime 3, sometimes 10..omo this story doesn’t sound true to me."
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Young student showcases hustle as a labourer
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a young Nigerian student had stunned many as she showcased her hustle as a labourer.
In a Twitter post she made on Friday, March 26, @02franx shared pictures of herself with a head pan and flanked by male labour workers at a construction site.
She captioned it:
"Aside being a student.."
To show she wasn't fake, she released a video - in a subsequent tweet - of her carrying a block of cement in a construction site.
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Source: Briefly News