Esther Eshun: Meet female auto body repair and spray technician

Esther Eshun: Meet female auto body repair and spray technician

- Esther Eshun is an auto body repair and spray technician at Suame Magazine in Kumasi

- The female technician graduated from the Kumasi Technical Institute in the Ashanti Region in Ghana

- Esther recently recounted her journey and challenges in an interview with Joy News

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Female auto body repair and spray technician, Esther Eshun, is breaking barriers and shaping narratives in a male-dominated sphere.

The 35-year-old woman works at Suame Magazine in Kumasi in Ghana.

After studying auto body repairs for four years at Kumasi Technical Institute (KTI), she went to Suame Magazine for an internship.

Esther Eshun: Meet Ghanaian female auto body repair and spraying technician who works at Suame Magazine

Esther Eshun Photo credit: Instagram
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Esther recounts that she had to shrug off many distractions, including advances from men, to build a vibrant business in a male-dominated field. She says her resolve to achieve her objectives saw her turning such drawbacks into opportunities.

In a recent interview with Joy News, Esther encouraged her female colleagues to focus on their dreams for success.

She admits that not everyone can work in an office, which is why she had to acquire skills as an auto repair and spraying technician.

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Esther indicated that her journey to attaining a vibrant career in a male-dominated field has not been free of challenges.

In spite of the obstacles, she said she remains focused on her work and on the bigger agenda of achieving her dreams.

Esther recently recounted her journey and challenges as a female auto body and spray technician in a male-occupied field.

Watch video below:

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In another story, Mama Macho is rapidly gaining attention after shattering glass ceilings in a field that used to be considered a "man’s world".

The resilient widow not only learned how to repair equipment but also employs men in her thriving business. However, her journey to becoming a business owner was not free of painful obstacles, especially from people she once considered family.

Mama Macho ventured into her current business as an equipment repairer after her husband suggested she change her hairdressing job to mechanical engineering to help the family business.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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