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My journey into carpentry – Female carpenter

By Guardian Exclusive
30 March 2022   |   1:57 pm
Carpentry is predominantly reserved for men, but this female carpenter has overcome all odds to have a place in the male-dominated profession in Africa’s most populous nation, Nigeria.

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