A Nigerian lady identified as Anita Vams has shared her personal opinion about women being financially independent, urging them to work hard and become successful so as to meet their daily needs.
The young lady on twitter with the handle, @a_vanita in one of her recent posts on twitter advised women to learn how to be financially independent and become self-sufficient.
According to her, being financially independent makes a lady feel responsible and strong, whether single or married, contributing to the daily expense and also helping to meet the family goals financially is the benefit of being financially independent, she said
Additionally, she said that it is necessary for a woman to be financially independent because it will enable her to get the important things she needs and also makes her to have more confidence to face any type of challenges that will come her way.
She added that, being financially independent shuts unnecessary domestic violence because they don’t totally depend on their partners or anybody.
She also urged women to work hard because it’s extremely necessary for a woman to genuinely have her own money for it makes her to feel confident in anything she wants and also make her to know the value of money, she concluded.
See her tweet below;
“Having your money as a lady is very s*xy. Buying things you want/need with your own money Is very s*xy. Work hard like the world has left you behind. You owe yourself a lot of enjoyment. Buying things you want/need with your own money Is very s*xy. Work hard like the world has left you behind. You owe yourself a lot of enjoyment”
Man Who Used To Sell Yogurt, Finally Becomes A Nursing Student, After 9 Years Of Successfully Passing BECE (Photos)
A young Ghanaian man who was known as a yogurt seller finally breaks the yoke as he becomes a Nursing student, after many years of struggling for financial help.
The man identified as Adom-Ba was said to have been known for selling yogurt after he sat for the BECE in 2012 and passed but had no money or help to continue his education.
The zeal and love for education made him relocate to stay with his mum, where he got a job at a restaurant and other part time jobs.
According to Abandaily, who reported the news first, Adom-Ba Lucky is currently a Bachelor of Science in Nursing student at Pentecost University, PU, in Sowutuom, Accra, under a scholarship by the Church of Pentecost, Tema Area.
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