- A young lady has flaunted her occupation on social media with joy
- The lady named Henrietta Henry said she is proudly a shoemaker
- Henrietta who refers to herself as a shoe surgeon showcased belts, shoes and other items she crafted herself
A young lady has exhibited that there is dignity in labour and she is not ashamed of the job that puts food on her table.
The lady identified as Henrietta Henry shared on Linkedln that she is a shoemaker. Henrietta who had in previous posts on the platform referred to herself as a shoe surgeon said she makes corporate designer shoes.
The entrepreneur added that she is also in the business of crafting belts, wallets and palm slippers for men.
The hardworking lady shared a photo of herself in action.
Her post read:
"I'm a shoemaker and I make men cooperate designer shoes from scratch to finish, I also make palm slippers, wallets and belts for men.
"A genuine leather with your preferred colors and sizes.
"I plead to everyone to patronize me.
"Please kindly #share if you see this."
A look at her Linkedln wall showed she has a growing clientele and has a reputation of a kind as customers who have patronized her always return with good news.
It was stated on her Linkedln bio that she had bagged an award for her work as a shoemaker.
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported a Lagos-based lady had showed off her handiwork as a barber on social media.
The lady named Anitha explained that she runs and owns her own shop which is located in Gbagada, Oshodi expressway in Lagos state. She also showcased her talent with photos of the works she has done before.
She wrote: "I own and run Kong’s cut barber’s Shop, It's located at 1st Pedro, (Charleyboy bus stop) by the Police station and also sits by the right side of Access bank, Gbagada Osh Expressway."
In other news, instead of resorting to seeking alms in corners of the streets or public places, a crippled man has confronted his physical challenge with strong resolution.
The Nigerian man identified as Abraham Lucky Onoja, in a post shared on Linkedln by Perci Mensah, showed remarkable creative talents despite not being with the use of his legs.
According to Perci Mensah, Abraham makes the shoes and earns a living he uses in catering for his family from it.
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