Nigeria is a country full of talented youth, if the federal government could assist the several talents we have in this country, Nigeria would have developed a lot.
A 16 years old girl has surprised the social media with her talent, this young girl created a awesome and beautiful household furniture with a disposable tyres, rubbers and items that are of no more us.
This young Nigerian lady have been able to make a livelihood from what she can create.
This young Nigerian talented lady that is known by the name Favour Oluma and identified on twitter as Interior Glam, who transformed a disposable tyre into a household furniture.
What she could designs and her craft has been the topic of the day on twitter as lots of people has been placing their order for sales already.
I hope a lot of ladies can emulate from this young girl, I hope they will wake up and keep working hard to earn a living.
See how people reacted on social media below;
I hope the government can see this and help this girl with funds that will boost her craft.
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