.Asakpa Aghogho Susan is a graduate of Accountancy from the University of Nsukka. She searched for job after graduation. and after months of combing the streets, from one place to another, with no job to show for it, she decided to be self-employed.
Recently she was celebrated by co female cabbies in Abuja as she joined them in the same line of business, she is a cab driver in Abuja. According to Her friend who shared the inspiring story on Facebook wrote;
Susan is a cab driver in Abuja. Yes, you heard me. She’s a woman cabbie who’s breaking barriers and challenging stereotypes. An accountant who refused to stay home after graduation, she went job hunting. When that didn’t work, she created one for herself. She discussed her plans with her father and with his help, got her car and started business.
“At the end of the month, I make more than my colleagues in those accounting firms that pay peanuts.”
There are times when people turn down her services because she’s a woman. They believe a woman cabbie is a joke. Some believe she can’t drive as well as a man.
Some men and women often tell Susan to go home or find a “ladylike” job like sewing clothes or selling jewelry.
But Susan doesn’t let that faze her. Each day, she straps on her seatbelt, shifts the gear stick into drive and she is good to go.