- A beautiful Nigerian lady has shared her story as she celebrates three years since she started frying akara
- In a video posted on Instagram, she revealed how she has been hustling and combining school with business
- Social media users have showered praise on her for her dedication and determination to succeed against all odds
A beautiful 300 level Nigerian student, Amaka, who sells akara (bean cake), has inspired netizens with her life story.
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"At times I overthink cause I felt I wasn't doing enough for myself. At times I feel depressed and cry my eyes out. I kept on pushing no matter the weather condition. No matter how hot the sun is. At times under the rain.
"I continued my business with so much happiness. I started glowing. I never regretted making this fruitful decision for one day. Now I am currently in 300 level. Just one year left for me. Happy 3 years anniversary to me. Today makes it 3 years I started frying akara."
Amaka speaks on her motivation
When asked about her motivation and strength, Amaka told onebeat.com.ng:
"When you don’t have anyone that's giving and spending for you, you won’t have any choice than to continue pushing unless you want to give up completely."
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Netizens applaud akara seller
"Go girl. God will bless your hustle and send you a good support system in Jesus name."
"Go strong entrepreneur! This right here lifted me, there are still decent girls."
"Nahh! God will definitely crown your efforts with success. Keep at it."
"These are the kind of ladies that truly deserve support."
"I love roadside akara o. Where be your shop abeg make I kon patronize you. God bless your hustle."
Watch the video below:
Beautiful lady fixes Pop ceiling
Meanwhile, onebeat.com.ng previously reported that Okeke Stephanie, a strong Nigerian lady from Delta state, fixes Plaster of Paris (POP) overhead ceiling for a living. Stephanie said she threaded the career path despite facing criticisms at her early beginnings for doing a "man's job".
According to Stephanie, her father and aunty were not happy with her choice of job. They asked her to do something else while noting that fixing the POP ceiling is not a woman's job. Stephanie continued learning the job till she became a professional.
According to her, the people who criticised her are now proud of her. Although the job makes her look untidy, Stephanie maintained that it doesn't stop her from looking good when necessary. The young lady lamented bitterly that some people see her and assume she cannot do the job because she is a woman.