In the twenty-first century, university is a haven for women who choose to live a pseudo-classy lifestyle.
The ordinary university lady, regardless of where she comes from, wants to appear elegant.
To keep up with the current design pattern, certain people go so far as to “use what they have to get what they want.”
Jennifer Efemongfe, a 20-year-old university girl, has shown herself to be an outlier.
The University of Benin level 200 student in Nigeria’s Edo state takes care of her school needs by working her socks off.
Jennifer pays her expenses by working at a building site near the school.
Friends taunt her, but the confident 20-year-old girl perseveres because she knows her good work will be rewarded eventually.