- A young Nigerian man did not care that he is starting small as he went on Twitter to showcase the gas shop he recently opened
- Despite having just one dispensing cylinder, the man talked about what he just achieved as if he is the biggest dealer in town
- Many people who admired his confidence praised him as they offered support on how to make his business grow more
A young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @LarriMeekiii has gone online to showcase the success he achieved for himself.
In a post on the platform on Monday, February 8, the man said that though the journey was tough, he was able to open his gas-selling shop in Ilorin, Kwara state.
The man, therefore, called on people to patronise him so he can break more barriers. Posting photos of his business, the man posed with the big cylinder he dispenses his products from.
As it is common with roadside gas retailers, the man's shop is fabricated from a container. He has a semi-automatic weight measurer for the business.
See his post below:
At the time of writing this report, his tweet has over 9,000 likes with almost 5,000 retweets from tweeps.
Below are some of the reactions:
"I love this. Never forget your days of little beginning. I don’t need the gas but I want to add one more cylinder to that. Drop a message pls."
"You will become a gaint in this business. Gas plans all over the city will be own by you. Don't be discouraged, I started just like this but today, to God be the glory."
"Congratulations for the giant step... Keep going higher. Search more about the dangers in Cooking Gas Refilling Point business and precautions seriously. God no go shame our hustle."
"For not despising your day of little beginning, I pray you grow bigger brother."
"God will bless your had work and please remain focus and safe bro."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @izuchi_ejiogu took to the bird app to share his inspiring success story.
In a post on Thursday, January 21, the man said that he went from a person who does the menial job of offloading containers as a way to make ends meet to a person who now has a shop.
The man said that his fabric business started in 2021, meaning his transformation happened in a year.