Meet the brave woman who is breaking stereotypes by driving a bus

Meet the brave woman who is breaking stereotypes by driving a bus

- A woman in Nigeria who is a making a living from driving a public bus is inspiring many with her work

- Transportation is dominated by men and seeing a woman doing such is inspiring and gives credence to the statement that what a man can do a woman can do better

- The unidentified woman could be seen in a video transporting her passengers with utmost professionalism

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A female bus driver in Enugu state is inspiring many as she makes a living from driving a public bus.

Briefly.co.za sighted her inspiring story and video on the Twitter page CoalCityConnect. In the video, she could be seeing transporting passengers.

Some Twitter users took to the comment section to identify with her and one of them said there was a day a man refused to board her bus because she was a woman.

Despite some men avoiding her bus because she's female, this brave woman in Enugu is inspiring many as she makes a living from driving

The unidentified woman could be seen in a video transporting her passengers with the utmost professionalism. Photo credit: @Coal_City/Twitter
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According to the user, the woman did not mind as she could be used to such an encounter on a daily basis.

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that Siza Mzimela has achieved an amazing feat, she is South Africa's first black owner of a private airline.

Mzimela is the owner of Fly Blue Crane, which was launched in September 2015 along with two former SAA colleagues, Jerome Simelane and Theunis Potgieter.

In 2011, Forbes magazine named her one of the most powerful women in the industry, which is also dominated by men.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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