Nigerian man returns from abroad, begins bricklaying business
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Nigerian man returns from abroad, begins bricklaying business

- Nigerian man has narrated how he has been been surviving as a bricklayer after returning from abroad

- The man said that his business is a way of contributing to nation building

- The returnee, therefore called for support for others like him in making the country more welcoming

A Nigerian man on Twitter on Tuesday, August 13, posted about how he returned from abroad and started a bricklaying business.

He said the business is his own way of contributing to Nigeria’s nation building, while calling for support for any returnee like him.

The bricklayer said that supporting abroad returnees will encourage others who want to take the same decision to do so.

The Nigerian man is not only your everyday cement bricklayer, he makes stone-designed bricks for modern houses (as seen in the pictures attached to his tweet).

He, however, added that it has not been an easy road for him but that with doing the right things, Nigeria could be a better home for everyone to return to.

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that two Nigerian families in Canada are taking entertainment business by storm and hitting it big with their novel idea.

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The Osemwegies and Okeys are making good money from giving entertainment to residents in Calgary and Alberta with their mobile party and video game tagged 'Thrillz On Wheelz'.

Their trucks are fitted with game devices as they take them to different party venues. The trucks are emblazoned with neon design that stirs immediate excitement in children as they huddle to grab game pads as adults are not left out of the fun.

Another Nigerian making the nation proud is Misitura Lawal-Aworona, who after making a big breakthrough in the treatment of tuberculosis with her new metal drug, went ahead to emerge a winner at an international academic competition in India.

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Misitura participated in the competition alongside 21 other academics where Shivanshu Kumar Tiwari, a Nepalese, emerged first in the contest.

The contest was organised with the theme “Achievement of Capacity Building in Developing Nations. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better.

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