At times going to school does not ascertain a person's future. After all, there are some successful people in life who never furthered their education to higher level yet they made it in life.
In this article, we shall get to know about a 30-year-old lady by name Nkem Evarister Obiorah who dropped her office work for agriculture and recorded a huge success.
Nkem Evarister Obiorah, hold no any form of regrets after quitting her banking job to pursue her dream of becoming a farmer.
At first people were against her as how on earth would a person of her kind substitute office work with animal rearing unless the person is insane. Her employer and others reacted badly on her switch.
According to her; “Many people, including my boss, thought I was crazy. They found it hard to understand how someone would quit an office job to go into goat farming” .
But today Nkem Evarister Obiorah is now a millionaire goat farmer with many people depending on her as they are making a living under her.
Women are super natural creatures with magical thoughts and hands. You have a doubt, look at businesses headed by women or just imagine a home with no wife/woman.
Let's celebrate this beautiful industrious woman. Continue keeping the world moving with your magical ideas and moves.
You are a true fighter.
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