Widow stuns internet as she becomes bricklayer to feed her kids

Widow stuns internet as she becomes bricklayer to feed her kids

Motherhood is one of those things many women look forward. While others fail in the aspect of being mothers to their children, this Nigerian woman has proven the extent she would go to, in order to cater for her children.

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A Nigerian lady has since become a viral sensation after a video of her working surfaced online. Now, what makes this unique is the fact that she works as a bricklayer, an occupation that predominantly male-dominated as it is considered too much of a hard labour for a woman.

Well this lady has corrected that impression quite alright. According to reports, she lost her husband and thus took up the manual job in order to put food on the table.

The video which was shared on Facebook, showed the women diligently doing her job with admirable gusto. The energy could easily be described as that of someone willing to do even the lowest of jobs just take care of her family now that the husband/father is no more.

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While this Nigerian lady was widowed, this Asian super mom was pictured multitasking as she was laying bricks while her baby strapped to her back.

It is without arguments that such women ought to be celebrated whenever the opportunity provides itself. It is indeed a Herculean task to raise a family, most especially when your support system is gone.

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