Mlada Nigerijka živi u Lagosu i bavi se organizacijom gradskih događaja, a osim toga je i modna blogerka. Ništa to ne bi bilo neobično za mladu osobu koja prati trendove da se ne zove Srbija Vilson.

The journey of taking responsibilities at 20. I am never given the opportunity to speak in my family . I am not so confident to speak out except am really angry about the situation . But I was shocked I could talk to my family about letting me do what I really want to do . I signed a Oath I would never blame them later on for my decision . I always wanted to study Medicine even tho I wasn't so good in Chemistry . I saw myself battling with it . I lost all opportunities to get it . I only made chemistry in NECO I asked for the opportunity to do what I want . My mum stopped talking to me for months because I made my decision which almost caused family members to look down on me . Today ,I am proud of who I am . I can't be explained . No one knows what I really do . I have done a lot of things to survive as the only child with a single mum . I worked to start my own company . I was a servant to many to be outstanding in the Next Gen. Many asked me Serbia why are you this hardworking and you are the only child ,I reply Na condition they make crayfish bend . I was over pampered when I was a little girl . I got all I asked for till I became out of the world . I started understanding what life was about . I decided to do my first business (Adire production ) I left that to Savage by serbia (I had a savage life then . I left that to move on I bought a bike with my savings and gave someone to ride it and pay me .(I never told anyone except my cousin who guided me on how to go about it ). I decided to sell all my clothes I had back then and i haven't worn them to start my thrift store .I hardly shop for myself like before when I was over pampered . I came into thrifting and creating my own designs . I am currently doing that and I hope my children takes over from me. My thrift Trade would be a year by May 16th in which am launching my Thrift store . Trust there are times I feel like giving up like what is happening to me here . I just cry and get myself together . I am really happy for who I am . Trust God Be strong Be hardworking Try not to give up . Cry that problem out and strive harder . Never let what they think about you affect you . #serbiawilson

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Srbija Vilson je takođe i uticajna na Instagramu gde objavljuje svoje fotografije iz Lagosa, a mnoge mlade devojke se ugledaju na ovu urbanu Nigerijku. 

Pitate se da li je ime Srbija uobičajeno u Nigeriji? Pa, ne baš. 

– Moje ime je i ovde neobično, a kada me ljudi pitaju kako sam ga dobila i šta ono znači ja kažem da se tako zove jedna zemlja u Evropi – kaže za B92 Srbija koja s ponosom ističe svoje neobično ime.

Kaže da nije čula da se još neko tako zove u Lagosu, ali je zato njen narod i te kako čuo za našu zemlju. 

Osim što se bavi organizovanjem događaja, Srbija poseduje radnju polovnih stvari i ističe da život u Lagosu nije ni malo jednostavan. 

– Život u Lagosu je ništa drugo nego opstanak najsposobnijih – izjavila je ova simpatična devojka.

Da dobije ime Srbija smislila je njena mama zbog jako teškog života, ali i porodične situacije. 

– Mama mi je dala ime Srbija jer sam jedina od sve njene dece koja je preživela – objašnjava.

Nažalost, Srbija nikada nije bila u Srbiji i velika joj je želja da dođe u našu zemlju po kojoj nosi ime a, kako kaže, volela bi i da radi i živi u Srbiji.