- A successful Nigerian businesswoman cried as she left her thriving N200m-worth venture and relocated abroad
- The lady's staff members hugged her with much emotion as she announced her relocation to them in a meeting
- As a response to people asking why she left such a good business for the UK, she said the business is still functioning
A Nigerian lady with a thriving business in Nigeria has made an emotional video showing her relocating to the UK.
The lady (@sandiezcollectionuk) said the business was worth N200m when she left. Her workers were teary as she bade them farewell. She hugged them.
Leaving N200m business for life in UK
The business owner cried before she held a meeting to announce her relocation trip to her staff members.
Some of her friends and family members escorted her to the airport in a video. Her mother almost cried. The lady reunited with her lover after she arrived in the UK.
She mentioned that the business did not close down with her relocation and is still operational.
Watch her video below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Soulful OB said:
"How could you leave a business worth so much."
"The business is still running and our figures are increasing. Putting the right structure in place is everything."
"Left a N200m biz to relocate to Uk... wow massive decision."
"That y I trust my Hausa people they always be content with the small they have ,is not too late sister."
"I am actually content with what I have, but I had to also make time for my family."
"I can relate….. watching this gave me memories of me back home and I tear up like a baby. But we move Masha Allah."
Sandra clarkson said:
"It must hv been so hard! Well done mama."
Mhz Mo #NextAlakija wondered:
"Am sorry...its no sense...who advise you...na bcos my banking job no convert me for years and I had nothing in naija made me come UK...200million?"
Wife relocated to Canada after family business prospered
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian woman shared how she and her husband took a bold step to start a school business in Nigeria before she relocated abroad.
The family used their uncompleted building to start a school, and students began filling it up. The school business succeeded.
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