- Hanah Miyebi, a hardworking mother, has revealed that she was able to train all her children with her fish business
- The woman added that she makes good money from her business before the lockdown caused by the pandemic reduced sales
- According to her, she has never received any government's help in whatever way since she started her business
There are many Nigerians, irrespective of age, who are not only hard-working but making a relatively good life out of what they could lay their hands on.
Madam Hannah Miyebi from Gbaramatu Kingdom in an interview with Legit TV spoke about how she used proceeds from her crayfish business to train her children up to the university level.
With an array of crayfish and dried fishes, the woman said that she sells a bag for N20,000, adding that she is making cool money from the business. Hannah added she could sell 20 bags in a day.
When asked if she has gotten any form of support from the government, she said no. She added that she did not even apply for lockdown palliative because she believes the government does not always make good on its promise.
The hardworking woman said she comes to the market between 7:30 am and 8 am every day and closes at 6 pm.
On how the lockdown has affected her business, Hannah said it has reduced patronage as many inter-state borders were locked down.
The woman complained that many of her customers absconded with her money as a result as she appealed to the authority to totally lift the ban on movement and allow people to move freely.
She added that her children are in different places in Nigeria, with some of them, already married. The woman added that she has been in the trade for 32 years.
Watch her full video interview below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng also interviewed a Nigerian man, Nze Arinzechukwu Osinachi, who said he is giving so much to his nylon picking business because he wants to fund his trip to Canada and leave Nigeria.
The 43-year-old man said that he does not mind leaving his wife and children in Nigeria so that he can go and make money for them. He added that his wife knows about the plan and they have an agreement.
He, however, added that he could take them with him as an alternative option. Nze said he has six kids; two boys and four girls.
The hardworking man said he washes the castaway nylon bags and sells to a factory that recycles them. He has been in the business for over two years.
When he was asked how he came by the business, he said God introduced him to it after he spoke to him in a dream that he would make him succeed in the most unlikely manner.
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