- A young man has taken to social media to show off his clothing stores and a photo of where it all started
- Mark Jnr Jere took nearly a decade to get to where he is today, and his clothing stores are something of a beauty
- The entrepreneur was quick to tell his fans that he is not special, but his hard work finally is responsible for his success story
A young man has left netizens impressed with an incredible story of how he became a huge business owner from selling shoes on the streets.
Mark Jnr Jere from Zambia shared a story on Facebook with photos of him showing where it all started and where he has got to.
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From the photos, a young Mark could be seen seated on the street selling official footwear while seated on a stool.
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The graduate from Evelyn Hone College also shared photos showing his three clothing stores that are beautiful to watch.
The young man went from selling official wear to casual and smart outfits cutting across every design.
In his caption, Mark said it took him nine years to get to where he is, and it was all hard work, nothing extraordinary.
"There is nothing extraordinary about me but the extraordinary work I put in. Nine years of hustle, we keep moving."
Many went on his comment section to congratulate him, with others saying they were inspired.
Here are a few:
Lawrence Sinkololwe wrote:
"Love the energy."
Fanwell Fundanga commented:
"Keep up the good work."
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Havilah Shatewa :
"Continue working hard Mark Jnr Jere, God's saying your hustle."
Kaoma Chama said:
"Keep up the good work. Congratulations. I'm happy for you my friend."
25-year-old lady reveals how she earned N500k with skills Learnt from hustling at restaurant while schooling
Legit.ng previously reported that a 25-year-old Nigerian lady identified as Olamide Ipadeola explained how working in a restaurant while schooling earned her N500,000 on her first job after putting the skills learnt to practice.
Speaking with Legit.ng regional reporter, Adewumi Adeoye, Olamide said she studied Mass Communication and earned a National Diploma in 2016 from Yaba College of Technology.
The young entrepreneur, who is the owner of square_events.ng, said working at the restaurant was the only available opportunity for her to be able to save money for school fees and feeding.