I Want to do this Business for a Lifetime and Pass it on to My Kids, 24-Year-Old Roasted Plantain Seller Says

I Want to do this Business for a Lifetime and Pass it on to My Kids, 24-Year-Old Roasted Plantain Seller Says

- Matthew Attah is a young man whose occupation is selling roasted plantains, yams and potatoes by the roadside

- The 24-year-old revealed that he will continue the business for the rest of his life

- He took up the venture to cater for his 5 siblings after the demise of his mother who originally ran it

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A young man who earns a living by selling roasted yams, potatoes and plantains by the side of the road has stated that it is his desire that his children continue the business when he dies.

The Benue state indigene who plies his trade in the city of Lagos made this revelation in an exclusive interview with Legit.ng.

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I Want to do this Business for a Lifetime and Pass it on to My Kids: 24-Year-Old Roasted Plantain Seller Says
Matthew Attah says he wants to expand his roadside business into a solid brand
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According to him, he had taken over the business from his industrious mum who had passed on in undisclosed circumstances when he was 19.

He said he ventured into his mum's business as things were difficult for the family. Now, the 24-year-old caters for his 5 younger sisters through the business.

Matthew who is nursing plans of expanding the roadside hustle into a big brand said he, one day, hopes to return to school.

On how he was able to master the nitty-gritty of the business, Matthew said he had keenly studied and watched his mum doing the business while she was alive.

He stated that he learned to haggle properly, relate well with customers and get the materials required in the preparation of the edibles.

The hardworking Nigerian went on to advise youths to desist from illegal means of livelihood as the success rate is always short-lived.

Watch his interview with Legit.ng here:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man had showcased his spare parts business on social media with joy.

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.

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.

Source: Legit.ng

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