Nigerian Man Who Uses Waste Metals to Make Pots, Other Household Items Celebrates As He Registers Company

Nigerian Man Who Uses Waste Metals to Make Pots, Other Household Items Celebrates As He Registers Company

  • A Nigerian man, Gbolagade Yusuff, who makes household items from metals has finally got his business name registered with CAC
  • Gbolagade who posted photos of his works and the registration certificate said everything was made possible with God's help
  • Many Nigerians celebrated with him on his newfound success, wishing the man more achievements in the future

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A Nigerian man, Gbolagade Yusuff, who makes big pots fit for parties and other items has taken to Facebook to celebrate his win.

In a post on Sunday, June 13, the man said that his company's name, Bilnas Multi-Purpose Ventures Nigerian Enterprises, has finally been registered by Nigeria's Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

Nigerian who man makes fine aluminum pots from metals.
The Nigerian man acknowledged the help of God in his new success. Photo source: Gbolagade Yusuff
Source: Facebook

God made it possible

Sharing the registration certificate issued by CAC, the man thanked God for helping him achieve the new feat in his business.

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Gbolagade also posted photos of some of his works which showed a big pot and some crafted accessorial designs.

Read his Facebook post below:

When contacted by, Yusuff said the registration is a right step in the right direction for his business:

"I thank God for making it possible. This is the right step for me. I hope this will give my business some credibility and attract more customers.
"I have been doing this business for almost a decade now. Getting it registered with the government is a dream come true."

More success in your future compiled some of the reactions below:

Olona Yunus said:

"Congratulations bro."

Ayanlola Ayanbode Akeem Bodmas said:


Barakallahu Fihi said:

"More success still awaits you in life. Keep the flag flying brother. You're blessed. Stay blessed."

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Another Nigerian man recycled waste

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a talented Nigerian civil engineer, Ahmed Yahaya, who became popular after using thousands of bottles to build a house spoke more about what influenced his decision to go through with that kind of recycling.

In an interview, the man said he used pet bottles to design the house in an African round shape, such that there are three rooms that could be used for different purposes.

The civil engineer stated that the discarded bottles were gathered from different dumps in Kaduna. He added that during the collection, nobody took them seriously, asking why they were busy collecting waste around.


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