October 16, 2021

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From a maid to a successful chef: Lady inspires social media with her thrilling story

– A young woman recently left many feeling inspired after sharing a post about her humble beginnings

– According to the successful chef, she started out as a single mother working as a maid

– The post received many reactions from people who were motivated by how the woman’s life changed for the better

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A young woman recently spread some hope online after posting about where she started versus where she is now. According to the post, she went from being a single mother and maid to being in a loving relationship and even working abroad as a chef. She wrote:

“From being a single parent to finding a loving partner who loves me with my 2 kids. From working as a maid to being a cook. From Soweto to Belgium. Izinto zahlangana at last… never write yourself off, I swear God is not done with you. Bekezela.”

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"From Working as a Maid to Being a Cook": Lady's Success Inspires Many
This woman went from working for someone as a cleaner to writing a great cookbook. Images: Fikz_the_Cook
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Many South Africans were super proud of how far she has come and headed to the comment section of the post to share just how inspired they were by the post. Read a few of their comments below:

@Thembisile_Q said:

“Sisi you inspire me so much. Sometimes I wanna give up when things get too hard but I know God has amazing plans for me. Keep inspiring us.”

@Lookie_Look said:

“Serious mntase. God’s timing is always right, we just need to have patience and trust in Him.”

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a woman who had lost her job during the lockdown opened up on how she survives selling food.

All that the primary school leaver, Bunmi Oyebamiji-Ojo, knew about COVID-19 were things she had heard from conversations around her.

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When she was called at her previous work about the need to let her go, Bunmi’s supervisor promised her the disengagement would only last for a while.

After the lockdown was eased, the woman’s hope of returning to work was dashed as no call came. Before she lost her job, she was managing a N26,000 salary with her son who is an undergraduate at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomosho.

Source: Legit.ng