- A Nigerian man who earns his living by selling raw foodstuffs in the market has gone online to promote his business
- The man revealed that he plies his trade at Mile 3 in Port Harcourt, Delta state, asking people to make their way to his shop
- Many Nigerians online showed him support, asking him if he could make home deliveries for them
In a tweet, the man revealed that he sells raw food items like rice and beans in both wholesale and retail measures.
His shop is full
@iam_kashmonneyy added that the business is his sole means of livelihood. He added that his business outfit is located at Mile 3, Port Harcourt.
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A part of his shop has bags of food items piled on each other. In front of his store were basins filled with foodstuffs.
See his tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, the tweet has gathered over 18,000 likes with hundreds of comments.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"The works of your hands shall flourish beyond your wildest imagination. As you daily choose legit hustle, may Oluwa butter your bread and use you to bless all those around you."
"You are doing well bro, I stay around mile 2 where exactly is ur shop? Incase I want to buy rice!"
"Have not seen this face though. Seems you're new."
The trader replied:
"Nope I'm not."
"Our youths aren't lazy."
"You dey sell beards too? One strand will go along way for me,maybe it will let my beard Grow.lol. God bless your hustle bro! Amen."
Nigerian lady showcases her farming business
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady known as Gold Ike gave a video response to a man who said that she should leave farming for an immoral activity.
According to him, there is no money in farming. In replying to him, the lady sat down in a clip with a wrapper and shirt on.
She untied the knot at the end of her wrapper and brought out some naira notes in a very funny way.