On the 15th of May, 2013, 47 of the 100 girls sponsored by NBC/Coca-Cola Ltd in Benin City, Edo State will be graduating. And it is important to note that 35 of the graduating 47 trainees have already secured employment with various automobile companies in Benin City, Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Kaduna.


  1. Jennifer L says:

    Wishing the new graduates the very best in their future endeavours! Wonderful news and the world is yours to shape!

    Warmest regards from Canada

  2. Ohenhen Charity says:

    What a memorable day!
    I am indeed, very excited and so grateful to God for a successful training and graduation. My profound gratitude to my superior/Founder of the Lady Mechanic Initiative, Sandra Aguebor (Mrs). Not leaving out my excellent supervisor, Aunt Omo who stood by me all through the period of my training. To my colleagues out there, a BIG shout-out to you all.
    HIP! HIP!! HIP!!!- HURAY!!!

  3. Castro says:

    I am very glad and appreciative that an initiative like the lADY MECHANICS could be inuagurated in Nigeria to empower women and create wealth.At Engr. are a JEWEL in the desert..thank you for what you are doing for the NON-AFFLUENT,POOR,LESS PRIVILEGED ladies in the society.
    Thank you…Sandra

  4. Osaike Thomas says:

    Good morning Ladymechanic, is there a way we can make donation online?

    Osaike Thomas
    Thank you.

  5. zsierra says:

    I just learned about your experience through TV5.

    MY best wishes from Colombia, South America. I will share your story and efforts with students and colleagues.

    Very inspiring!

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