Tweeps praise masters student who supports herself with fish farming

Tweeps praise masters student who supports herself with fish farming

Hard work is often timed underrated in many parts of the world, especially in corrupt countries where crime seems to pay.

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Despite that, some people would rather work hard and legitimately to make money. Briefly.co.za came across a post on social media by a young man, identified as Abimbola, who celebrated a hard-working young woman on Twitter.

These days, some women have built the reputation of wanting money but are not willing to work for it. Well, that is not the case of a young woman who runs a fish farming business.

According to Abimbola, Gloria is a graduate of Mathematics from Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) and also a masters student at the University of Lagos.

To fund her education and pay her bills, the young lady buys fish, grows them to a big size, smokes them and then sells to customers.

Nigerians praise female Unilag student who supports herself with fish farming (photos)

Gloria cleaning her fishes and roasting them in preparation for sale. Photo: @Skimasax / Twitter

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A fan of the hardworking young lady revealed that she also sews clothes, makes beads, plays the saxophone, sells eggs and more.

Her hard work has been highly-appreciated and praised on social media. See some comments below:

Abayomi Falansa revealed that she is truly a queen to be emulated:

See more comments below:

This is very encouraging and inspiring.

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Meanwhile, just recently, Briefly.co.za reported that a businessman gifted cash to a university student who sold doughnuts to fund his education.

According to reports, Reuben wakes up every morning at 3am to make the pastries. Then, he hawks them early enough before embarking on his academic activities.

Despite the rigour of this, he has managed to keep his dream of being a medical doctor alive. In a series of reactions, many encouraged the young man and told him to keep chasing his dream.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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