My Wife Will Join Me on the Street When I Marry: Man Who Sells Food to Survive Says Cooking Is His Calling

My Wife Will Join Me on the Street When I Marry: Man Who Sells Food to Survive Says Cooking Is His Calling

  • A young man, Samuel Ime Sunday, has spoken about how he has been a cook as a way to earn a living
  • The Nigerian food vendor said that poor power supply and the inability to get a proper shop to serve customers are some of his challenges
  • Samuel who believes that selling food is his calling revealed that he has loved making meals since he was a boy

A young Nigerian man, Samuel Ime Sunday, has in a video interview spoken about his food business and how he transitioned into it from being a laundryman.

The young man in a conversation with Monday Idara revealed that selling food was more like a calling to him as he never thought he would become a food vendor.

The man is still looking for a suitable space.
He said that his wife will join him on the street.
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I love cooking

Samuel stated that he derives much joy from people enjoying his food and thanking him for giving them tasty meals.

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The food vendor revealed that whenever he marries, his wife will join him in his food business endeavour. According to the businessman, he likes working with men than women because they can exert more physical energy.

He added that he has been cooking for a living since 2018. Samuel said it was quite difficult when he started the business because he always had to go to the market every day.

Challenges faced by Samuel

Speaking about some of his challenges, he revealed that an epileptic power supply makes refrigerating food items a hard one. He also said he is looking for a space where he can simultaneously cook and serve customers.

In his search for a shop, he always met a wall whenever he told the landlord he would be using the space as a restaurant.

Watch the video below:

Woman sells rice for N10

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian woman, Margret Jimoh, known Maggi Rice in Ado Ekiti, Ekiti state, showed that traders could still make money without inflating their prices.

In a BBC News Yoruba documentary, the woman said she has been selling cooked rice since 1984. Of great surprise is that her rice is sold at N10 per portion.

The woman revealed that when she started years back, her food used to go for N5 per one and she had to slightly change the price to N10.

Man dresses in corporate wear to hawk

In other news, a 22-year-old Nigerian man, Moses Ubi, whose story went viral more than a year ago for dressing like a bank official while plying his food business spoke about his trade.

In an interview, the Akwa Ibom indigene said that he is the only qualified, recognised, and educated agidi person, selling educated agidi.


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