An industrious female graduate from Benue state university Mary, has shown that not having a white collar job as a graduate isn't an excuse to be idle and lazy.
A man identified as Ukeyima Craig Tersoo has shared on his Facebook how he bumped into a young girl who sells fruits at Benue links part in Benue state.
Ukeyima narrated in a conversation with the lady, he found out she is a graduate of Psychology from the Benue state university.
He added due to the scarcity of white collar jobs Mary has resorted to selling of fruits to make ends meet.
He commended the girl's effort and obliged other youths to follow her footsteps rather than to rely on government to provide everything for them.
He wrote: "Met this beautiful young entrepreneur at Benue links park. She is a graduate of psychology from Benue State University, but has refused to sit down and sulk over scarce availability of white collar jobs, she is applying herself to her little trade to keep her dreams afloat. I couldn’t help but respect her. Big up to Sister Mary doing us proud."
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People like Mary reminds us of Nigerian youths who has choose to thrive despite the inability of the government to provide stable jobs for its youths.
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