Nursing Student Turns Shoe Repairer, Explains How it all Started, Her Story Generates Reactions

Nursing Student Turns Shoe Repairer, Explains How it all Started, Her Story Generates Reactions

- A young lady, Eness Milambo, has risen over the challenges that sought to put her down as she became a shoe repairer

- Despite being a nursing student, Eness said that she had to start the business because she does not want to depend on anyone

- Many people who were moved by the lady's resourcefulness encouraged her to keep moving up

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A young lady from Zambia, Eness Milambo, has shown that people could choose a totally different career path from what they studied in school.

21-year-old nursing student, Eness' journey to becoming a repairer started when her shoe once tore and she had to depend on someone to fix it for her.

Nursing Student Turns Shoe Repairer, Reveals how it all Started, her Story Generates Reactions
The student said she one day hopes to open her shop and make enough money. Photo source: Jethro
Source: UGC

The young lady, according to Jethro on Facebook, confided in her friends that she wanted to start a business repairing shoes. They encouraged the lady by giving her theirs to fix.

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She added that many laughed at her and thought she was a big joke when she started the venture. The student revealed that whenever people tried to damper her emotions, she inspired herself.

Eness stated that financial hard times at home also pushed her to achieve success no matter what, disclosing she did not want to keep asking for money from her dad.

People have shown the repairer much love on social media. Below are some of their reactions:

Marjorie Manduli said:

"Keep it up young lady!!!"

Annah Maambo said:

"Keep going dear."

Elizabeth Palula said:

"That's the spirit."

Dickson Ngwenyama said:


Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that gone are the days when everybody wanted a white-collar job and were willing to settle for anything, no matter how unhappy and unfulfilling it may be.

Most importantly, gone are the days when women were scared to delve into male-dominated industries.

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These days many people are becoming more determined to become productive with or without the help of the government. Such is the story of a Ghanaian lady identified by her Twitter username as Wemoye.

She turned her hobby of craft-making into a full-fledged business venture. From her posts on Twitter, she makes woven shoes, bags and accessories for both men and women.

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