Kano Keke Rider Who Bought Tricycle for N1m Writes JAMB-UTME, Shares Impressive Scores
- Abdull Hakeem, the young Keke Napep rider who is based in Kano is not done yet with his life pursuits as he has sat for the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination
- Hakeem shared his UTME scores on his Facebook wall indicating that he scored 150 and many of his friends congratulated him massively
- In a comment he sent to Legit.ng, Hakeem said he is going to the Kano State Polytechnic, Kano even as he added that he won't stop his Keke business
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Abdull Hakeem, a determined Keke rider based in Kano has posted his JAMB-UTME scores and said he wants to go to school.
According to the scores posted by Hakeem which he later sent to Legit.ng, he scored 150 which qualifies him for a place in a polytechnic.
Hakeem is going to Kano State Polytechnic
When Legit.ng sought to know which school he wants to attend, Hakeem said he is going to the Kano State Polytechnic, Kano.
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He also said he is going to study Office Technology Management in the school.
How I will raise the fees
On how he will pay his school fees considering that he has no other means except Keke, he confirmed that he will not stop the business even while in school. He said he will continue to ride and pay the fees with his tricycle.
How he bought a tricycle within 67 weeks
Recall that Hakeem had last month impressed so many people online after he announced that he bought a tricycle with the sum of N1m after paying for it within 67 weeks.
He revealed that he paid the money in tranches of N15,000 weekly until he was able to pay up and own the bike.
Nigerian graduate goes into brick making
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian graduate named Amusa Moses went into brick making and was able to save up money and buy a brick-making machine.
He shared his success story on Facebook, saying it took at least 3 years for him to save the money used to acquire the machine.
Many Nigerians congratulated him for being hardworking and for not staying idle.