The number of people that were born with a silver spoon is very small compared to the ones from humble homes. However through hardwork and persistence, such an individual may come in contact with opportunities that will change their life for good. Over the past few years, two Nigerian women succeded in becoming Celebrities through Hawking and they include:
Miss Salle is a 17yr Internet sensation from Imo state, Nigeria. She worked as a hawker on the streets of Owerri in other to supplement the little income that her parents were making. Salle has an angelic voice and a deep passion for singing but there was no opportunity for her to advance in that field.
Few days ago, a video of Salle emerged on the internet where she was singing on her way back from work. The viral video made her to become a celebrity overnight with several music brands reaching out to her. She received a call for a collaboration from Musicians like Rihanna and Don Jazzy. A CNN Journalist known as Christine Amanpour also invited her for an interview that will skyrocket her fame. With a growing social Audience of almost 300,000 followers, this young lady will definitely perform exploits.
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Olajumoke is another Nigerian woman that passed through the Grass to Grace experience. Few years this young damsel was Hawking Bread on the streets of Lagos State. Coincidentally she walked into the Photo session of a British rapper named Tinie Tempah. The Photographer Incharge of the Shoot was TY Bello, A Freelancer that was working for This Day Magazine.
She became a Model through that lucky break which made her to be featured on the covers of so many Newspapers and Magazines. She was also interviewed by channels like CNN and BBC. Olajumoke was also offered several scholarship gigs by Multinational companies.
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