Proud house cleaner showcases her hustle without shame, earns respect

Proud house cleaner showcases her hustle without shame, earns respect

- An African lady, Adaeze, has taken great pride in her house cleaning work as she called for patronage

- Tweeps said they are happy that she is proud of what she does at a time when people are busy chasing empty clout online

- Many people also asked for her location, saying they may need her services in the future

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A Nigerian lady has showcased her house cleaning business and people have shown her great support on Twitter.

In a post on the platform from Saturday, January 2, the lady described herself as the number one house cleaner in her srea.

She added that her work is so efficient that she hardly leaves behind stains and her service always gives premium satisfaction.

See her post below:

Her post has gathered massive retweets on the platform with over 15,000 likes. Below are some of the reactions:

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@engrifesi said:

"Do you have a branch in Anambra? Each time I go to village for Christmas (I go once a year); cleaning, sweeping is too much for wifey and domestic staff. I could need such services next Christmas."
Nigerian lady who is a cleaner showcases her hustle without shame
The lady said that she is really very good at what she does. Photo source: @ada_kodi
Source: UGC

@AuntyJuwon said:

"Please keep a pocket knife with you whenever you go for a job. You'll never know when you need it."

@only1akin said:

"I practically love ladies who put their hands to good use... I love you babes."

@ebubemmuonso said:

"I’m proud. What part of Enugu so I can see if I could refer my guys to you."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a lady shared a post about healthcare workers who helped save her son's life. A grateful mom, Eva Moeketsi Moeketsi, recently took to Facebook's ImStaying to share a heartfelt post about the healthcare workers who helped save her son's life after he was having breathing problems associated with Covid-19.

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"I would like to thank the staff of Pretoria West Hospital and Kalafong Hospital. On the 25th of November, my son couldn't breathe due to Covid. The sisters at Pretoria West hospital did all their best to save my son. I had lost hope but hey they did their best.
"He was later transferred to Kalafong where he spent 7 days in ventilation. I can't complain, they also did their best. We still have good doctors and nurses in our country, that's why I'm staying, she wrote."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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