Young Man Opens Spare Parts Business, Takes Selfie with his Shop, Nigerians React

Young Man Opens Spare Parts Business, Takes Selfie with his Shop, Nigerians React

- An excited Nigerian man has celebrated his new business on social media

- Taking a selfie in front of and inside the shop, Bashir Adamawa announced that his spare parts business was officially up and running

- Social media users in his locality took the opportunity to give him some business tips just as many hailed him

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A young man identified on Twitter as Bashir Adamawa is in the mood for celebration as he can now boast of having a means of livelihood.

In a Twitter post he made on Wednesday, March 31, the man broke the news to his followers and friends on the platform that his business has finally taken off.

Bashir shared selfies he took with the spare parts shop as he gave out the location of the shop.

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Young Man Opens Spare Parts Business, Takes Selfie with His Shop, Nigerians React
Nigerian man wows social media as he starts spare parts business. Photo Credit: @Sbashiru15
Source: Twitter

He wrote:

"Alhamdulillah! Officially open. We are located in No:91 bauchi street Yola north Adamawa state. Please like and share my customers might be on your timeline."

Bashir who is based in Adamawa got tons of support and well wishes in his comment section.

Many offered helpful business advice, while others showered prayers for the young man.

@Ma_Baldeh said:

"Congratulations Brother.... Insha Allah one day i will pay you a homage....Allah ya kawo kasuwa mai albarka, Ameeen."

@abbacious advised:

"Congratulations. Strive hard to face the competition because the spare parts markets are already dominated by strong sects that you do not belong to."

@Sbagirei questioned:

"Masha Allah... But what are you selling? The photos are not enough. You may wish to mention some of the items and other services you render if applicable."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man opened a gas shop and showcased his business with great pride.

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 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.

Source: Legit

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