- A female graduate has been celebrated on social media for carrying on her business with so much joy like it is a white-collar job
- This is after she shared pictures of herself in action as an African salad seller
- Many see Igbo Amarachi Esther as a source of inspiration and went on to celebrate her
A proudly African graduate has become a source of inspiration and a good reference point as she showed off her hustle without shame.
The lady, named Igbo Amarachi Esther, is fond of flaunting what she does on her Facebook wall - a look on her posts confirms. This time, she posted to a Facebook group named Igbo Rant HQ.
In the post she made on Friday, 9 April, she shared photos where she rocked the NYSC uniform with her certificate on display and others where she was captured making the African salad.
"As I be graduate now I mistakenly submitten my CV and they called me for an interview, I am going there with two packs of #ABACHA for the CEO and manager of the company.
"Talk true won't I get the job. Or will the interview turn to how do we investment in this your abacha business [sic]."
Her post as of the time of making this report had gained over a thousand reactions on the platform with many drawing inspiration from her display of dignity in labour.
Desmond Frank said:
"I wish some ladies will learn from you, see the hustling spirit, who will believe you are a graduate. More winning darling and may Heaven pour loads and baskets of blessing on you."
Ekeh Mmesoma Praise wrote:
"Abacha - wonderful business, most people eat it, if you do it so well people will even invite you for traditional weddings and other occasions."
Mathew Chijioke Okeke commented:
"That's awesome! Congratulations!"
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a fresh graduate who had acquired farmland and started farming rice on it had inspired many with his success story.
The man @GidiDanAuta, who is unemployed said he used his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) allowance to invest in rice farming.
According to the young man, he didn't wait to have it all before starting his agriculture business. He advised people not to wait till they have millions in their accounts before establishing their businesses.
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