Recall that In 2016, a Nigerian lady went viral on the internet after she took to the streets of Port Harcourt with a cardboard paper to call the attention of the Nigerian government to help give her a job.
She had no other option and she had to go out on the streets of Port Harcourt in 2016 with a placard to draw the attention of Nigerians and the Nigerian government.
According to Ibubeleye Mcdonald all of people reached out to her and most of the people who reached out to her, wanted to sleep with her before they employ her, but only a few people wanted to help her.
Luckily for Ibubeleye, she finally got a job in a private school, where she taught secondary school students and she was paid an ₦80k monthly salary, but that isn't where her success story started.
Ibubeleye Mcdonald said that started trading bitcoin and also ventured into Forex trading which she made great profits from, but she lost a huge amount of money to bitcoin trading, but she never gave up
She continued trading bitcoin and she later decided to quit her teaching job because she had a little issue.
read her story below
Ibubeleye Mcdonald celebrated her 31st birthday yesterday and she unveiled the house which she built with her money which came from the profits she made from Forex and Bitcoin trading.
Her success story has inspired quite a good number of people.
Checkout more of her recent photos of her below
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