Female welder narrates how friends mock her because of her job

Female welder narrates how friends mock her because of her job

- A lady, Katrina Mbeytiambon, has chosen a career that is dominated by men and she is happy about it even though some of her friends mock her

- Katrina is an apprentice at a welder shop who plans to empower people by the time she opens her own shop

- The young lady decided to go into welding after her secondary school education

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A lady identified as Katrina Mbeytiambon has disclosed that some of her friends make fun of her because she is a welder.

Speaking with Legit TV in Calabar, Cross River state, the young lady said she became an apprentice at a welder shop after her secondary school education.

Nigerian lady says friends mock her because she is a welder
Katrina Mbeytiambon enjoys being a welder even though some of her friends mock her.
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According to Katrina, she decided to go into welding because people believe it is only meant for men.

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Her ambition is to own a workshop of her own and employ as many people as possible.

She said she would have been an accountant if she was not a welder, adding that she plans to send her siblings to the higher institution when she starts making money as a welder.

The young lady said:

"I work as a welder not because I don't have alternatives to go into something else but because I prefer being a welder. I've been in this job for more than a year and I've learnt.
"I can operate some of the equipment and I've been to Kwara state. I finished secondary school in 2019 and I was at home doing nothing."

She said part of the challenges she faces is handling heavy equipment at the workshp.

In other news, Amarachi Okafor "Divah", a young lady has been celebrated on her day of graduation as she was able to set up two all-girls businesses when she was a student.

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The story was shared on social media by Enugu Metropolitan Network in a heartwarming post on their official Twitter handle.

According to the report, Amarachi graduated from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.

Interestingly, the startups the brilliant young lady initiated were serving clients a car wash business and offering paint/wallpaper services, which are both male-dominated industries.

Seeing the great work Amarachi had done to combine business with studies when she was a student, social media users could not help but shower praises on her.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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