- In a clear demonstration of Patoranking's song, young construction workers in Kaduna state came together to appreciate one another
- The labourers who are painters gave themselves awards for a job well done, using their paintbrushes as medals
- The video of the event has warmed the hearts of many people online, with Nigerians praising the boys for showing love to themselves
Nigerians who work at a construction site in Kaduna decided to award themselves medals for good performance. They gave themselves medals of victory just as it is done at the Olympic Games.
In a video that has caught the attention of many people, they created 1st, 2nd, and 3rd positions and chose winners accordingly.
They used paintbrushes as medals
The labourers who work as painters made use of their paintbrushes as medals. The brushes were tied and honorably hung on the necks of the three persons who stood as champions.
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Nigerians on social media react
The heartwarming video caught the attention of many Nigerians who saw it when it was shared on Instagram by @instablog9ja. Here are a few of what they are saying:
"There is dignity in labor."
"Nobody will show them love o so is better they appreciate themselves ishh."
"Life is hard, Nigeria is harder, create your own happiness."
"May God bless their hustle and May they always be favoured."
Watch the video below:
Nigerian man receives Conservation Award in the United Kingdom
The man identified as Suleiman Seidu received the award worth N16 million for fighting hard to preserve the lives of elephants at the Yankari Game Reserves.
Seidu received the 2021 Tusk Wildlife Ranger Award for his gallantry even at the risk of his own life. The man started working at the Game Reserve in 1999. Since then, he was said to have been very honest, rejecting bribes and inducements.
After receiving the coveted prize, the man pledged to continue to do his job with honesty. He said he has always loved wildlife even as a child.