- A South African man with a heart for business recently opened an internet café inside a shack
- The news was shared on Twitter group that was looking for people to help support the man's innovative business
- Many people loved the post, each taking to the comment section to share messages of support and encouragement
A local man from Soshanguve, Pretoria, with the Twitter handle @justicemahole3 recently decided to take a leap forward and start his internet provider business - an internet café. Taking to Twitter, @KasiEconomy shared the news, also looking for people to support the young man.
The page captioned the heartwarming Twitter post:
"This young man from Soshanguve, Pretoria opened his own Internet Café business in a shack. Please retweet. Let's make him famous."
Many people obviously found the post super inspiring, liking it over thousands of times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share how motivated they were by the young man who is fearlessly pursuing his dreams.
Read a few of their interesting thoughts below.
"Congratulations my brother. I'd always thought about this great move. How much did you budget?"
"Well done bro, please secure your investment against thieves."
"Hi guys, can you kindly assist me with this gent's contact details, we would like to assist him with more facilities."
"The best way to make him famous is to support him in his business, cos with his profits he grows, once he grows, he automatically becomes famous, and not retweeting. For without patronising him, he can't grow."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, a Nigerian man identified as Asim Balarabe Yazid inspired people on social media after narrating how he invested the money he wanted to use in buying an iPhone 12 Pro Max.
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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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