- A man believed to be Ghanaian has been spotted donning a suit and tie to sell buffloaf
- The man's impressive outfit caught the attention of a woman who called to buy from him
- The woman captured the man on camera as he sold to her
A businessman believed to be Ghanaian has been captured on camera rocking a suit and tie to sell puff puff popularly known as bofrot in Ghana.
The man who was neatly dressed was spotted by a woman in her vicinity who called to buy from him.
Impressed by how the man had branded himself as he carried along with him a briefcase, the woman videoed him as he approached her.
In the clip making the rounds on social media, the woman could be heard running commentary, saying the briefcase had a pen, a notebook, and rubber bags for packaging the bofrot.
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Watch the video below.
In similar news, a corporate fruit seller in Benin identified as Abraham Chukwu said people patronise him because he dresses well.
In an inspiring video by BBC News Pidgin, Chukwu who wore a shirt and a tie could be seen pushing a show glass full of fruits on the streets of Benin.
The corporate fruit seller, who enjoys country music as he pushes his show glass around town, said people who sell fruits should not be unkempt.
He said it does not cost much to be neat when selling edible items, adding that he bought his tie for the sum of N600.
Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man identified as Chinedu Okorafor turned hawking into a money-spinner for himself as the trader makes N1 million every month from his trade.
Okorafor, who moved from the eastern part of the country to Lagos in 2016 with only N1,000, two shirts and two trousers, hawks in traffic.