A beautiful fair woman has been captured doing the kind of work that men mostly do. Mason's work is described as one of physical work that requires a lot of energy. Women mostly play the part of fetching water to mix the mortar but not in the case of this woman in this viral video on social media.
This unknown woman was captured plastering the ceiling of a building with a baby strapped at her back. The kind of skills, she is using is so marvellous and wonderful. This propelled some Ghanaians to shower praises on this woman as they asked God to take care of her handiwork and bless the family.
The work that she is doing is very dangerous considering the bench she is even standing on but the family must survive. It is quite sad and exciting at the same time but only God knows the reason why she doing mason work.
Check out the reaction of some Ghanaians after coming across this video on Facebook:
A Facebook user known as Makadish Fletcher reacted that "The lady is very serious with her work. God will give her more strength for this work".
Another Facebook user known as Papa Kow Kai Hasford reacted that "Wonderful woman, God bless her".
You can watch the video of this woman doing plastering work through this link below:
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