Female graduate walks away from career to become a unique barber

Female graduate walks away from career to become a unique barber

Having an education is good but improving on one’s skill is also appreciated. The situation of the economy in Nigeria has led to quite a number of people finding ways to make an income.

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Some people say education is overrated going by the number of unqualified graduates in the country. However, a few others have been able to make good use of their knowledge.

Despite that, some talented individuals have made a name for themselves with their skill.

Briefly.co.za recently gathered the report of a young lady who happens to be a graduate, but rather than work with her qualification, chose to be a barber.

In Nigeria and most parts of the world, barbing is a skill perfected mostly by men and it is impressive to see a lady passionate about it.

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The lady identified as Charles Anitha (@AnithaCharles) on Twitter took to her page to share her skill with her followers.

She revealed that she found love with the clipper and she enjoys beautifying people.

See her tweet below:

Since Anitha's post, several internet users trooped to the comment section to drop goodwill messages and also to encourage her. See some reactions below:

A user, Sneezy, revealed that he has never had a female barb his hair.

See other reactions below:

This is quite impressive.

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that two sisters disguised as boys to take over their father's barbershop after he fell ill.

In most parts of the world, men are regarded as the breadwinners of the family and they are charged with providing for the home. However, unforeseen circumstances can change the order of things.

Briefly.co.za recently gathered the report of two teenage sisters, Jyoti and Neha Kumari, who disguised as young boys to take over their father’s barbershop.

Their father, Dhruv Narayan, became bedridden with a paralysis stroke and could no longer provide for the family.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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