Many people have been reacting to the interview of a married woman who specialises in fixing car Air Conditioners (AC). During the interview, the lady advised all women to work hard and not depend on men for money.
In the interview with Legit Tv, the 43-year old married woman identified as Abimbola Adedigba explained that she has been repairing Car AC for 18 years. The mother of three children said she learnt the work in the same mechanic workshop she's working at Bodija.
Abimbola who is popularly called "Bimbo AC," said she repairs Toyota cars, Nissan cars, Honda cars, Range Rovers and all Japanese vehicles. She said some jobs might be very difficult but she always tries to fix them. Well, while she was explaining one of her difficult experience, she said the compressor can get burnt anytime or develop leakages.
In another part of the interview, the woman said she makes varying amount per day. She said she makes 7k, 6k, 5k, 4k and 3k but it's not daily. She went on to say that she gives her apprentices between 200 naira and 500 naira.
When Abimbola was asked about her husband, she said he is also a mechanical engineer at Ojoo. She also said that she doesn't complain when she gets home, adding that she fulfils her duties as a wife.
Furthermore, Abimbola explained that the job isn't easy and it requires determination. She also said she doesn't feel intimidated by men around her, adding that she likes the job.
In the ending part of the job, she also said that she wants to expand her work and establish a company where Car "Air Conditioners" can be fixed.
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Source: Legit NG
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