Photos Of A Beautiful Nigerian Female Carpenter Goes Viral

Viral photos of a beautiful Nigerian female carpenter identified as Beatitude Umoh has gone viral after she made a post about herself on Facebook.


In addition to the fact that she’s a talented carpenter she is also a splendid writer. She had this to say on her Facebook timeline:


“I had opened a little too many doors , in the name of a career , just to find where it all makes sense for me.


The story of how I literally stopped opening doors to figuratively making one, is sheer serendipity.


I gleefully will decide , telling friends and family who cared to listen that I had finally figured it out, but no sooner had I opened the door and walked down a few steps before this overwhelming feeling of discontentment take place.


If I was asked to make mention of the options in my career choice , woodwork would never ever had been on the radar for me.

I mean, me and my almost perfectly drawn eyebrow

My sometimes fully manicured nails

And my agenda of becoming a computer engineering guru( PS. my programs never ran , visual basic and Python class sounded like Latin , assembly language is the most torturous class I ever sat through) .


This is my second year in woodwork

And this where have exude the most gravitas since I became aware of myself.

I still get thrilled when ugly and rough pieces of wood leave the workshop shiny and beautiful , to think I was part of the process gives me joy to no end.


In world where human life is fleeting ,to know I have created something that might outlive me is exhilarating.


This job is grit and dirt

It’s is pride and a paycheck

This is me on my own terms

In a context where glass ceilings and boardroom wrangles are irrelevant .


To friends who have recommended me for a job , given me a platform to create something for them . Thank you so much


To women who kept cheering me on

Edidiong Joshua

Ability Umoh , Mimi Rafford

You have all got something rarer than beauty

You have got good heart.


To a good man Ntefon Moses Akpan whose work space was where I cut my teeth on woodwork at no charge at all, All I came with was enthusiasm and curiosity.

Thanks you very much.


Happy international Women’s day!





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