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Lasaki Omotayo talks about how she became a successful carpenter in a male-dominated field

By Guardian Exclusive
13 March 2021   |   12:25 pm
In continuation of our celebration of our women and International Women's Month, we present to you Lasaki Omotayo, the remarkable woman who delved into the male-dominated field of carpentry and made it her own.⁣ ⁣

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