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WOMEN TRICYCLE OPERATORS EXPLAIN WHY THEY ARE IN THE BUSINESS

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It’s obvious now there’s no venture reserved for men. Women are now all over town doing one thing or the other to make ends meet including operating tricycles because of joblessness and the poor economy.

 

‘I like doing men’s job’ – KEHINDE AGBOOLA

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KEHINDE AGBOOLA

How are you faring?

I am doing very fine, thanks to Almighty God.

How do you feel doing this business?

I always feel happy doing this business. I am really happy and I am enjoying it.

This business is more appropriate for men, why are you doing this?

I have no specific reason, I just love this business from childhood. I have always had the will to do men’s job, because I hate men saying women can’t do their kind of job.

Is this business really profitable?

Yes, it is. God has really been merciful. Everything I buy, the money comes from here.

Can you advice more women to do this job?

Yes, I can, because I am making money from it.

 

‘I AM MORE COMFORTABLE THAN SOME PEOPLE IN THE OFFICE’ – Bose Ogunlana

Bose Ogunlana

Bose Ogunlana

How are you?

I am fine, thank you.

How do you feel doing this business?

I am happy with my job. The fact that every day it gives me joy.

This business is more appropriate for men, considering the stress, why are you doing this?

I am into this business to feed myself and my family too. I am even comfortable than some people in the office.

Where do you operate?

I operate from Ogba to Pen Cinema, Agege, Lagos.

Is this business really profitable?

Yes, it is. I feed myself and my family, and I also do daily contribution.

Are you married or single?

I am single and searching for the right man.

Can you advice more women to do this job?

Yes, because you will make a lot of money from it, if you are not a bad spender.

 

‘It is very hard to survive in Nigeria if you don’t have a wealthy background’ – MRS. KALESANWO

Mrs. Kalesanwo

Mrs. Kalesanwo

How are you?

I am very okay, thank God.

Can we meet you?

I am Mrs. Kalesanwo. I reside in Bariga and I was born in Lagos.

How do you feel doing this business?

I am happy doing my business, but if I have a better opportunity, I would leave this business. All the same, I give God all the glory for the gift of life.

People think that this kind of job is good for men, why are you doing this?

It is very hard to survive in Nigeria if you don’t have a wealthy background. I am in this business, so, I can feed my family and myself.

Where do you operate?

I operate from WAEC bus stop to Shomolu.

Are you married?

Yes, I am and I have children too.

Is this business really profitable?

Yes, it is. I contribute to thrift daily and also feed my family.

Can you advice more women to join this business?

Yes, because they can make a lot of money from it, even more than some office workers.

– OREOLUWA BELLO

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