May Day winner of "Help a Hardworker" emerges

"Our job here is to encourage those who understand this."
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By Nwaorgu Faustinus

Esther Kikri May

Miss Esther Kiri, a young entrepreneur, and trader who specializes in the complex craft of shoe beading has been named the Princewills Trust "Help the Hard Worker" award winner for 2021.

Miss. Esther Kiri was named the winner of the monthly competition, which is organized by the Princewills Trust team and sponsored by the same organization, after a fiercely contested competition in which she defeated both runners-up, Chikezie Joseph and Joy Valentine, to take home the N100,000 cash prize.

According to a release from Princewills Trust, Mina Omunguye, a member of the board of trustees who gave the $1,000 award on behalf of the Trust, the Trust's goal was demonstrated in industrious women like Esther who, against all circumstances, persevered. She emphasized that you should not wait for someone to start searching for your mission.
"Our job here is to encourage those who understand this."
The winner stated that she was in desperate need of assistance to expand her business and was on the verge of quitting up, but that she had always wanted to work hard, despite the fact that it had not been easy. She urged young people in the state to avoid easy money and praised the Princewills Trust for allowing her and others like her to pursue their dreams. She agreed not to throw it away.