A young Nigerian lady has revealed how she made an involuntary career change from medicine to shoe making.
She studied medicine in school but due to the challenges of unemployment and underemployment in the country, she decided to follow an alternative career path.
The young doctor who describes herself as a medical shoemaker shared a video-reel showing when she graduated from the university and what she does now.
She could be seen with some handmade slippers and shoes, which she made with equipment at her workshop.
The clip sparked mixed reactions with some people calling on government to create enabling environment for youths to thrive.
Watch the video below:
ittumie; A Queen & more but Nigeria government need to do better
bamzy_kinz; This is not even funny!
lanih_stitches;Graduate go con dey learn work for illiterate hand
_xhayyadh__420; Which school she finish from?
realmercypearl; Spent 6 years in school and I am proud cloth seller now
itechofficial_; But if u study medicine , I don’t think it is difficult to get a job
coprakary; Na the real truth b dat oooh. Na only God dey really help us for this country ooh. If not. Wetin dey do us so. If it happens in some country . Na to just pack oooh. So help us God.