- Alice Udeme Obodom is a interior decorator with a touch of magic, turning spaces into stylish zones
- The skilled lady recently redesigned the inside of a private boat, giving it a new beautiful and regal look
- Some of Udeme's amazing works are a fur chair, tyre pendant lights, tyre-made centre tables, pieces that can be seen on her Twitter page
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A Nigerian lady, Alice Udeme Obodom, is one of those who are artistically gifted in the country. She is into interior decorations.
On Monday, August 10, she shared a fine boat she worked on and the sight of the transformation was indeed beautiful.
The pictures she attached to show how well furnished its chairs and bed look. Her Twitter profile reads that she into the business of premium furniture, wall art, and tyre crafts.
A look through her wall shows the different crafts she has made. One of the works that quickly caught the eyes was a tyre pendant lights that are befitting for restaurants, hotels, offices and home patios.
Another shows a cute fur armchair which according to her gives maximum comfort with a look that is very pleasing to the ears. It is a kind of piece that changes the whole profile of a room.
She also uses Instagram as a place to display pictures of other works that she has done.
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that another Nigerian has shown that there are citizens in this country with amazing skills to use indigenous solutions to drive the developments that the nation needs.
The unnamed man built a soakaway to generate cooking gas and electricity. The information about his creation and the pictures were shared by a Twitter handle, @yunusxonline.
He is Okwudor in Njaba local government area of Imo state. In one of the pictures, he could be seen building the soakaway like the one used for toilets, other pictures showed how he worked a pipe transferring the said gas into an industrial burner.
In other related news of hardworking young citizens of the country, Jimoh John Yakubu took great honour in his work as he shared pictures of his pap business on Twitter.
The 21-year-old student said that the business pays his bill as well as his school fees at National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN).
Jimoh added that he would improve on his production process and keep it more hygienic when he is more financially capable.
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