- A Nigerian man named Emmanuel Menuwa says he makes N700 daily in the last 20 years as a labourer
- The young man says he has remained a labourer because he does not want to steal
- According to the 36-year-old Nigeria man, he has a 13-year-old son
A 36-year-old Nigerian man identified as Emmanuel Menuwa has said he has been making N700 daily in the last 20 years as a labourer.
Speaking with Legit TV, Emmanuel, who works at the Ogbe-Ijoh jetty in Warri, Delta state, said he is still into the business because he does not have other options and because he does not want to steal.
Emmanuel, who stopped his education from junior secondary school level, helps sellers of crayfish in delivering the seafood to buyers.
The young man, who has a 13-year-old child, said he would have been a marine welder if he had the opportunity to further his education.
After the video was shared on Legit TV YouTube page, followers of the page took to the comment section to react.
Diana Connors wrote: "You are a good honest man, you can hold your head up high I know being a Labourer is hard and physically exhausting because my ex husband did this type of work all his working life in the U.K (since he came from Ireland in the late 1960s) of course the money earned was better for him, but the toll on his body has been hard.....God bless you, and God knows your worth your reward will be in heaven."
Afritalk101 wrote: "Doing a legit work no matter how little the pay is is simply the best! Such a hardworking and honest man."
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In other news, a Nigerian man who arrived Canada as a student five years ago has taken to Twitter to share his success story.
The man identified as Tunde Omotoye said he arrived Canada five years ago as a student who was unsure of what the future had for him in the North American country.
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