- Janeth Alexander Areth began working at a strip club at a very young age due to the accommodation issues that bedevilled her
- The 23-year-old was however assisted out of the place by a stranger who enrolled her in a barbing training where she acquired the skills
- Janet has so far trained 15 girls and has been earning her living as a barber for the past two years
Janeth Alexander Areth is proudly a boss of her own after acquiring skills as a professional barber.
The 23-year-old lady has also impacted lives as she has trained 15 girls at no cost to them.
But Janet had struggled in the past as things weren’t so good then.
She told BBC News Pidgin in an interview that she had worked at a strip club some years ago.
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Janet irrespective of her ugly past said she is optimistic about the future being great for her.
How she met a stranger at a strip club who changed her life
The professional barber recounted that she had ventured into working as a waiter at a strip club due to accommodation challenges she had at that time.
She stated that one fateful day, a male customer had se*xually harrassed her which made her slam a POS equipment on his head.
One thing led to another and she came in contact with a stranger who not only enrolled her for training on how to cut hair but assisted in getting her established.
48-year-old struggling to survive after losing job during lockdown
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a woman who had lost her job during the lockdown has shared how she makes ends meet as a food seller.
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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.
Narrating her travail, the woman told Humangle:
“I was at my lowest point in life. Hunger was biting hard. There was nobody to turn to. Despite my terrible condition, my siblings, both young and old, kept asking for help from me without knowing what I was passing through. Mama Abuja, give us this and that. That was all they usually say.”
The 48-year-old woman worked as a labourer at a site for a while before the supervisor advised her to go into food business.