- A hard-working young man has attracted attention to himself after he was captured in a trending video selling food in a wheelbarrow
- The young man was seen dutifully dishing the food to his customers who acted very familiar with him in the heartwarming video
- Nigerians on Instagram have reacted sharply to the video, with many praising the young man for his approach to life instead of staying idle
An inspirational video capturing a young man who sells rice in a wheelbarrow has warmed the hearts of many people online.
According to a voice heard in the video, the young man whose name could not immediately be ascertained, embarks on the business each morning.
People say he is from Edo state
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Video inspires Nigerians
Many people who have seen the video agree that it is inspirational and ought to be copied by other young people seeking what to do in the absence of jobs.
The way he went about dishing food to his customers actually captured people's attention especially as he did so besides a packed wheelbarrow.
Watch the video below:
Instagram users react
"May God bless his handwork and efforts."
"Yes oh from the great benin kingdom more wind my brother."
"May God bless his hustle."
"Create work for yourself and stop blaming the government for ur misfortune.There are lot of things to do to make money.The problem with most people is that they want quick and fast money."
"They shuld be celebrated everyday by their loved ones,family n be appreciated."
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Nigerian graduate becomes a brickmaker
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian graduate went into brick making and was able to buy an automatic brick making machine.
The young man in an interview said he saved for three years to be able to afford the machine.
After he shared his success story, a kind-hearted Nigerian approached him and offered to buy him another machine for free.