So many women in the twenty-first century are scrambling to find means of subsistence no matter where they may be. It's fantastic to see that most women don't want to be reliant on males for their well-being, and this is contributing to the advancement of society.
Not only women, but also young people make excuses for why they can't get a job after graduating from college. Developing practical skills and doing handiwork while in school is something you will never regret.
Using tyres to construct chairs was a brilliant idea employed by a young woman who made a tidy profit. Thisyoung lady was extremely conscientious about recycling car tyres into chairs, and as a result, she unexpectedly became quite well-known.
Favour Oluma, like many of his peers, graduated from university but was unable to secure a job on the internet. She didn't use it as an excuse to cause trouble for others; rather, she used it to learn a skill and go into business for herself.
Once Favour Oluma had finished making chairs from recycled car tyres, she was in her business shop working when someone came by and took pictures of her handiwork without her knowledge.
A short time after the bystander snapped the photos, he shared them on social media, where they drew a lot of attention and comments. People clamoured to get a glimpse of Favour Oluma and hear some of her music.
See some of her works:
Have you ever noticed that doing good things pays off in the end? Everything will work out for your benefit if you are determined and pray constantly. Even if you don't think it's important, you should insist that your family members learn a skill that will come in handy for them in the future.
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