- A young graduate has earned the admiration of many on social media with his line of business
- The man identified as Ntuthuko Khathi engages in the business of selling packaged charcoals
- The mechanical engineering graduate also branded the charcoals after his name
A young graduate from Mangosuthu University of Technology in South Africa instead of job hunting decided to embark on a business howbeit uncommon.
The man named Ntuthuko Khathi is into selling charcoals. Khathis took it a step further. He packaged his business.
In a Twitter post seen on the business' page, the mechanical engineering graduate used his name for the branding of the natural resource business.
The tweet reads:
"Meet the young Ntuthuko Khathi, who is the owner of #KhathiCharcoal and is a Mechanical Engineering graduate from Mangosuthu University of Technology. Let's RT to inspire others. @djsbu #DJSBU"
His initiative inspired many on social media just as others sought to patronize him.
The tweet as of time of making this report has garnered over 3k likes.
"I will gladly spend my money on ur charcoal my bra..."
"@PhathakahleA ntwana we need to source these and buy them. No more garage coal."
"When the Braai section is up and running, I am getting my charcoal from you..."
"Kore we're finding ways into these spaces no one is thinking of @Mpho_Mashita."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Kenyan man who made 200 job applications now earns 4.2 million monthly.
Speaking to Legit.ng, the 25-year-old said he made over 200 job applications both online and physically but still failed to secure employment.
Little did he knew that in every desert of calamity God provides an oasis.
The Dedan Kimathi University graduate decided to do poultry farming and using the money he got from working at a construction site, he bought 40 indigenous chicks.
According to him, things were tough at the beginning and got worse when his parents got tired of him.