A beautiful young Nigerian Lady, Osinachi Nwogu, has said she dropped out of Abia State Polytechnic, Aba to learn shoe making due to her financial inability to bill her academic expenses.
Osinachi Nwogu revealed that dropping out of school was because of hardship and the inability to foot her educational bills.
She got a job somewhere in Port Harcourt to earn a living, but however, soon resigned from the job to in a bid to pursue her newfound passion for shoe making.
She enrolled for training and today, she owns her shoe making shop and has six apprentices she is training. Out of the six apprentices, there are four ladies and two boys.
As Legit.ng correspondent visited her shop in Port Harcourt and sought to know why she chose shoe making, Osinachi said: “Being a shoe cobbler actually gives me a lot of courage. I didn’t really desire it from the start. I was working somewhere. So one day, my shoe got bad, and I decided to go somewhere to fix it. I saw people there. Just jokingly, I was like ‘I want to be a shoemaker too’ so that if my spoils, I can actually take care of it without looking for somebody to fix it.”
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