- The video of a hardworking female vulcanizer in Delta state has gone viral
- The young woman is about 7 months pregnant and still going about her business
The social media has gone agog after seeing the video of a pregnant female vulcanizer in Delta state. The video of the young woman who was spotted at Bomadi where she was fixing a deflated tyre was posted by Olaniyan Tosin.
NAIJ.com gathered that the vulcanizer has a young child as she was seen in the company of a child while trying to do her business. Interestingly, the woman also turned out to be about seven months pregnant.
In Nigeria, there are some vocational skills that are considered to be off limits to women as people who dominate such skills are mainly men. Finding a woman who is interested in this trade is weird as men do it often.
However, this pregnant female vulcanizer has decided to break the norm and do it regardless of her condition. One would expect to find a woman like that doing jobs that does not exert so much pressure on her considering the fact that she is in her third trimester.
The hardworking woman just does not want to be relegated to the room where she gets to stretch her legs. She prefers to work and sort herself with the little she can make from this business.
Women in Nigeria are starting to measure up to men in the society by learning skills thought to be restricted to the latter.
The women rocking the society now see no big deal in pitching their tents with men who have dominated some trade and businesses. On this note, there are women who are mechanics, vulcanisers and shoe makers in various parts of the country.
Watch the video below to see the pregnant vulcanizer going about her business:
Like this unidentified woman, a female vucanizer was also found in Enugu state. Identified as Mrs Ogbonna, this woman works with her husband who is also a vulcanizer. The woman helps her husband attend to his customers as soon as they get to their workshop.
With this, it is evident that women in the society are growing and want to do all they can to be empowered. What are your thoughts on this pregnant female vulcanizer? Talk to us in the comment section.
Watch the NAIJ.com TV video below to see another female vulcanizer discovered n Kwara state: