- A brilliant and beautiful young lady, Nayla Ologo, has been able to make her mark in a male-dominated industry
- Nayla had graduated from senior high school but did not have the means to further her education when she decided to become a car apprentice
- Three years on, the young lady has been able to get herself trained to the point that she can detail different varieties of expensive cars
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Nayla Ologo, a young Ghanaian lady graduated from senior high school three years ago but did not have enough financial support to further her education.
Three years on, Nayla has become a force to reckon with in the industry and has been able to get enough money to resit her WASSCE exams and get admission to the University of Ghana.
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"Initially, learning this job was difficult because many clients did not trust that a woman can deliver the kind of quality result a man would on their cars," Laylan mentioned.
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According to her, she has been able to mature in the venture so much that she is able to work on highly ranked cars including Benz, Limousine, BMW, among others.
Social media reactions
Briefly News went into the comment section and selected some of the interesting thoughts shared by Ghanaians shared after watching the interview.
Christofer Akantok said:
Please! keep on going. Never say Never as you already know. Thank you
Obeng Akrofi mentioned:
Come and talk to us later on about road safety wai?
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Earlier, Briefly News reported that a young Nigerian lady is breaking barriers in a male-dominated industry.
Sharing beautiful photos of her handwork, she revealed she loves putting smiles on people's faces. What amazed many was how @OgechiOkoye7 achieved perfect 'friction lines' on her client's heads.
Her skill is too obvious to overlook. In an age where good barbers are hard to come by as people complain about how badly made cut gives them rescinding hairlines, she will get more customers.
Source: Briefly News