- A 17-year-old, Popoola Kehinde Esther, has gone viral as a teenage girl with the mechanical skill to repair forklifts
- The brilliant girl hopes to study engineering at the higher institution
- Esther works at Classic Bonded Terminal, Okota, as the lady with handle @Theprecious who shared her video revealed
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There is just no limit to the way Nigerians will go to eke out a living for themselves and create a better future while putting their amazing skills to good use.
A brilliant 17-year-old, Popoola Kehinde Esther, gained media attention after a Twitter user with the handle @ThepreciousAda posted her video online.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the brilliant girl is in the business of repairing heavy equipment - forklifts. According to @ThepreciousAda, the teenager hopes to study engineering and add to her mechanical expertise.
The Twitter user's dad asked her to post the girl’s video so that her helpers could locate her and make her dream a reality. In the clip, the student said that she has a strong passion for the work she is doing.
Esther works at the Classic Bonded Terminal, Okota under her boss, identified as Adebayo Maruf.
The good Samaritan who made her known on social media said she has decided to set up a GoFundMe account and let people know when it is done.
Watch her video below:
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that Omobolaji Aduroja is one of the Nigerians holding their heads up high above the challenges in the country.
She is a Nigerian aircraft maintenance engineer (B2) who finished form the popular Nigeria College of Aviation Technology, Zaria. One of the core skills of Omobolaji is the ability to solve problems and use troubleshooting to rectify knotty issues.
She bagged her first degree in electrical and electronics engineering from the Federal University of Technology, Akure.
The Nigerian woman had her certification in the introduction to automation and control, electrical, and electronics engineering.
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