- A man has gone viral after a video captured him selling his wares in a busy Abuja traffic
- Many people who had seen him before spoke about the hawker's determination
- During his transaction, the man maintained a safe distance from his customer while wearing a face mask
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A video of a man who chose to go corporate with his hawking has gone viral after the clip surfaced on the internet.
Former senator representing Kaduna west, Shehu Sani, who shared the video said he met the man when he was driving into Abuja.
Perfectly dressed, the man also wore a face mask and kept it on while he was talking with Shehu in his car.
The man had a small tray containing kolanuts, sweets, and other items on one hand as he supported the wares with another.
See his video below:
Hours after the clip went live on Thursday, March 4, the man's video has close to 15,000 times. Below are some of the reactions:
"I like him. Trades around Nyanya or Karu junction, FCT. Wears full corporate outfit sometimes."
"Absolutely interesting, I used 2 see him every morning at Karu-bridge on my way 2 the office, even this morning I was telling my colleague that my broda change his top/neck tied today."
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"He is just looking good for his office... May God bless the hustle."
"I love this man. I'm proud to call him a fellow Nigerian. How I wish you got his number. His sense of contentment is in the words of our senator, commendable."
"It’s clear that the young man was destined for greatness, but his parents lack the well withal to take him there. Senator, I appeal to you and every well meaning Nigerian to help him realise his corporate ambitions."
In other news, Legit.ng reported that a frustrated Nigerian lady took to the streets of Abuja in search of a job.
On Tuesday, February 9, Victoria took to the street of Abuja with cardboard that reads, "Please I need a job". On the placard, she spelt out her qualification, saying she has BSc in international relations. Underneath that is her email. Atop the cardboard is a plea that she really needs a job.
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Owolawi Taiwo is an entertainment and lifestyle journalist at Legit.ng with over two years working experience in the media industry. She has a degree in English and International Studies from Osun State University, Osogbo.
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