“TG Omori in the Making”: Nigerian Man Blesses Shoemaker on the Street, Shoots Free Video for Him
- A young Nigerian man made a random shoemaker smile when he shot a free video for his business
- The video he made for the young man added a classy and elitist touch to the business many consider low-paying
- TikTokers who reacted to the free video praised the videographer's skill as they asked him to teach them
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A young Nigerian videographer (@teekaysthegram) has made a video that captured the moment he shot a video for a shoemaker, Salisu, on the road.
After asking for the man's name and permission to shoot a business video for him for free, the videographer got down to work.
Shoemaker gets free professional video
Before the video-making started, he directed Salisu on the different postures to achieve for the shoot. The video captured the young man opening his polish can and working. It made him look so professional.
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Many people who reacted to the video praised the videographer for his wonderful shooting and editing skill. Speaking on how long it took him to edit the raw version of the video, he said:
"2 days max."
Watch the video below:
The video has gathered over 100 comments and more than 2,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Beautiful work bro! Please how long did it take you to make this?"
@lordly delky said:
"Bro do one for me please get back to me."
@ASHIRU HAMISU ABDULLAHI said:
"Wow this is very wonderful."
@young Makanaki23 said:
"Do one with me bro."
@Game changer! asked:
"Where are you staying at Abuja?"
@adeleke akomolafe said:
"I do business bro...I can feature in your video."
@Bilal umar said:
I want you to teach me bro please."
"You win my heart."
@DIVIFAY OF ABUJA
"I Dey do business too oh."
"I love d video i swear to GOD."
@Fortint September said:
"This is beautiful.na Abuja you Dey ooo."
"God bless you for your humanity."
"TG omori in the making."
"You called him with the best word possible - Mallam - better than that 'aboki'."
"Real question did he see the video?"
"Yes he did and he was happy."
Okada man becomes a model
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a TikTok handle, @alber_noir, shared a very short video of how the life of an okada man changed.
At the start of the clip, the man revealed that all he had was just hope. A part of the clip showed him on his bike working as an okada man.
Seconds after, he was seen being measured as he transitioned into a professional model. Many people were wowed by his poses.