30-year-old Man Shares Touching Story of Why He Hawks Sachet Water on the Streets

30-year-old Man Shares Touching Story of Why He Hawks Sachet Water on the Streets

- Despite inherent challenges a Nigerian man has taken pride in the business he engages in

- The man identified as Ifeanyi hawks sachet water in a wheelbarrow on the streets of Enugu

- Ifeanyi revealed the business is profitable and hopes to become a supplier in the nearest future

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On the streets of Enugu is where Ifeanyi makes his honest living. The 30-year-old Nigerian man sells sachet water popularly referred to as pure water under the scorching sun.

Ifeanyi who hails from Abia told Legit.ng in an exclusive interview that he has been able to cater for his needs with returns he makes from the business.

Ifeanyi, responding to why he doesn't engage in any other endeavour aside the pure water hawking, stated that he lacked the financial wherewithal to venture into something else.

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He narrated how he had left his previous boss who he served as an apprentice under.

30-year-old Man Shares Touching Story of Why He Hawks Sachet Water on the Streets
Ifeanyi reveals the main reason he still hawks water on the street
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According to him, his boss who was a motor parts dealer engaged in 'occultic' activities and as such he couldn't work with him.

Ifeanyi also recounted that he had quit working at a construction site because he was being owed.

The hardworking man - who has been in the venture for many years - of high spirits said he one day aspires to be a retailer in the pure water business.

He highlighted that being a non-indigene of the state somewhat posed some challenges for him in the business as he wasn't able to enjoy some benefits others in the business of hawking pure water in the state enjoy.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that an emotional moment a young pure water hawker signed on a graduate's shirt had gone viral.

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In the heartwarming picture shared by a Twitter user Osas_BigEngine, the hawker who appears to be selling sachet water on the street was captured with a marker while having his signature on the shirts of the student.

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