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My mama happy when she born me, she no know say na carpenter she born – Artisan says in funny .

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An artisan has caused a stir online after jesting about his hustle as a carpenter.

The young man who was filmed doing his job made a joke about the joy his mother had when he was given birth to.

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In the clip seen online, he said his mum might have reacted differently if she knew he would turn out a carpenter rather than the conventional white-collar jobs expected of ‘bright” kids.

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Speaking while trying to nail a roofing sheet at a site, he said his mum must have believed she gave birth to a lawyer or doctor, not knowing her son would end up being a carpenter.

Reactions: Nothing wrong with being a carpenter

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His hilarious . has generated mixed reactions on social media with users either laughing at his jokes or sharing an opinion about his vocation.

@iammcpashun wrote:
“🦋😂Nigeria leadership never place skill acquisition for the right spot, normally na millionaire him suppose be.”

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@fauzziyahhoney said:
“It’s not funny sha”

@toneroangel commented:
“I love this guy 😂😂😂😂. There’s dignity in labour. The guy is alright with himself, enjoying his craft. He’s just catching cruise and in the same vein, telling us the mindset/expectations of many parents when a male child is born .”

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@etheldvoice noted:
“What’s wrong with been a Carpenter?”

@doradelight2 reacted:
“Na u never upgrade your own o, I wish say I get handwork sef.. Na dem dey cash out pass.”

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Nigerian student celebrates three years of selling akara

Meanwhile, a female Nigerian student who combines school and business has celebrated three years of selling Akara to survive.

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The lady named Amaka, who goes by the identity @sexyakarafryer on TikTok shared her journey in a series of images made into a ..

In the . shared on her page, she explains how she started the Akara (bean cake) business in 2019 and merged that with school after she got admission the same year.

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According to her, there were days she felt discouraged and depressed with thoughts to quit but she kept going.

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