Man opens suya spot with money meant for iPhone 12 Pro Max

Man opens suya spot with money meant for iPhone 12 Pro Max

- A Nigerian man named Asim Balarabe Yazid has got people talking on social media after sharing how he shunned getting an iPhone 12 Pro Max

- Asim said he invested in a suya spot in Kano and employed three people, adding that the business is doing well

- According to the young man, the remaining cash with him will be used in paying three months salary

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A Nigerian man identified as Asim Balarabe Yazid has inspired people on social media after narrating how he invested the money he wanted to use in buying an iPhone 12 Pro Max.

Asim said instead of using the money to get the gadget, he used it to open a suya joint, adding that he has been able to employ three people.

According to the young man, the business is growing and he has some money left to pay salaries for three months.

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Man opens suya spot with money meant for iPhone 12 Pro Max
Asim Balarabe Yazid has inspired Nigerians on social media with his suya spot he opened with money meant for iPhone 12 Pro Max. Photo credit: @asimyaz
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In his words:

"I was planning to buy an iPhone 12 Pro Max, but instead I opened @suyacraze outlet. Now shop is open, business is growing Alhamdulillah, 3 people are employed and still have remaining change to pay salary for 3 months. I believe saving to invest is better than saving to spend."

Nigerians on social media applauded him for taking such a step.

@Abba_GT wrote:

"This is someone who understands that the devaluation of naira/increase in dollar price mostly depends on us,our behaviour with our currency on a large scale,Not solely the government. If up to 40% of our youth think like him inflation and other economic downturns would be history."

@namuhammad commented:

"Baarakallah! It's good to have one's priority right. May Allah bless your endeavors and ours as well."

@Serleem_A wrote:

"Baba Wallahi na gani. Indeed this should be a motivation to each and every youth out there. As for me I’m motivated Wallahi."

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@SamskillzDigita reacted:

"Love all the concepts in your brand. Local and easy to connect with your customers. Great one. The brand will keep booming."

@Yazz42681313 wrote:

"But don't pay salary from d remaining money pay from d profit u ar getting from it."

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In other news, a young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @Ojbest5 got the attention he really wanted after tweeting at Vice President Yemi Osinbajo saying he would like to be his shoemaker.

In the said tweet, the man also told the vice president he would like to meet him and show him the kind of shoes he makes.

Weeks after his initial tweet, Osinbajo sent delegates to inspect his shop and take a look at his products.

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