The beautiful and hard-working 200 level student of the University of Benin gave a full narration on how she started working in a construction site as a laborer, just to ensure that she didn't put the heavy task of school bills on her poor parents.
The lady identified as Jennifer Efemonghe is 20yrs old, strong, and too shy to ask people something, she said that her shy nature is one of the motives behind her hustling spirit. In an interview with Legitng officials, she narrated that her journey as a laborer at the three-story building construction site began when she saw the site while coming back from school, went in there and completed the task given to her as a trial, which is to carry up 12 and 10 buckets of sands and granites respectively to the last floor of the building.
She disclosed how embarrassed she felt when her roommates and coursemates saw her and started laughing hysterically at her. She recounted on many occasions she was embarrassed by her coursemates in front of other students and exam halls, but that never kill her hustling spirit rather motivate her to work harder.
Jennifer also narrated how she became a bit popular on social media platforms after sharing a picture she took with her colleague at the construction site on her Twitter handle. She was highly amazed at the lots of reactions she got and later on cash gifts and recommendations from people. Watch the full video here.
After the video was shared on Facebook, many people reacted massively to it and encourage the young lady to keep working hard and never listen to mockery from her fellow students. See screenshots of people's reactions,
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