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"I Don't Like Begging People For Money" - Female Undergraduate Who Works At A Construction Site Says

A 20-year-old Jennifer Efomonghe who does menial jobs in construction sites has during an interview with Legit TV revealed why she choose to be doing the work. Jennifer who is a 200 level undergraduate of The University of Benin, combines the menial job she does with her academics.

Jennifer revealed to the correspondents in the programme titled "Naija Women On Legit TV" that she prefers to hustle and make money for herself to support her academics instead of always disturbing her parents, relatives and friends for money. She said is never comfortable asking people for money as it disturbs her to make such an approach and being a shy person, worsens the case for her. She said, "I really don't like asking people for anything, so whenever it looks like I'm broke, I rush to the construction site, that's where I make my urgent 2k."

While questioned in the video how she started working at the present construction site, she said she was coming back from school and saw work going at the three-story uncompleted building located at the back of her school, she went in there and requested to work for them. She said at first, her friends and course mates mocked her as they kept asking her "Jennifer do you really work here?" According to her, she felt bad as they laughed and mocked her for the work she does but she just had to move on with it.

Click to watch the video where beautiful Jennifer was at the construction amid other guys who were equally surprised to see a young girl of her age desire to work at the site. Jenifer was seen packing and carrying sands with a head pan and taking it to where it would be used as the guys assisted her in some things.

Jennifer's decision and quest to be financially independent at this stage of life is a choice quite commendable as such stands to prove what her future would be like financially. It is also a nice step in entrepreneurship during her days after school as her type of person would have much reason to lament at the rate of unemployment or be the type that would always look out for men for financial assistance. Drop your opinion on what you think about Jennifer's attitude.

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