- Twin brothers in Benin identified as Hassan and Hussein said they don't want to go back to Kano
- The little kids are street hustlers in Benin City, Edo state; they eke out a living by washing windscreens in traffic
- According to the boys, their father sells suya in Kano while their mum told them to hustle on the streets of Benin
Twin brothers identified as Hassan and Hussein have indicated their interest in going back to school.
The young boys wash windscreens inside traffic in Benin City, the Edo state capital. They said their mother is the inspiration behind their hustle.
Speaking with Legit TV, Hassan and Hussein who do not know their age, said their father is a suya vendor in Kano.
The twins came to Benin with their mum while their father has remained in Kano. The duo said they make between N1,500 and N2,000 on a daily basis.
After Legit TV correspondent asked what their best food is, the twins said they love spaghetti.
Kano is not good
The twins managed to say they would rather remain in Benin than go back to Kano because the state is not good. According to Hassan and Hussein, Kano is experiencing insecurity.
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Another Nigerian wants to go back to school
In similar news, a young mother of one has appealed to Nigerians to assist her in returning to school.
Taking to Twitter, the lady identified as Uke Doose Priscilla shared her heart-touching story. Doose said she had gained admission into a college of education with the hopes of becoming a teacher but got distracted along the course of her study.
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She had dropped out of school after getting pregnant and was not able to handle nursing a child while pursuing her academics.
Sharing photos of herself and the unnamed kid, Doose said she returned to her hometown where she cultivated cassava with her mum to make ends meet.