- A varsity graduate has penned an emotional open letter on social media as he showed off his hustle without shame
- Mustapha Mufeed Adeola Dallax said he had pursued and bagged two degrees before he ventured into the business of shoemaking
- Mustapha, while highlighting his academic qualifications, called out two people who tagged him a useless shoemaker
A graduate has taken to social media to flaunt his hustle as a shoemaker with so much pride and enthusiasm.
Mustapha Mufeed Adeola Dallax, in a passionate Facebook post, shared a photo where he was making a piece of footwear.
In the open letter which was addressed to two individuals named Hammed Olabisi and Oladayo Alabi, he stated that he was not one who fancied waiting around for jobs to be handed down to him.
He blasted the two individuals for calling him 'useless shoemaker' and went on to reiterate his belief that the country would get better.
Mustapha said he acquired the skill and began working as he wasn't lazy. The Biology/Education degree holder from the Federal University of Technology, Minna, appreciated those who patronise him and opined that he owes no one an apology for his hustle.
Social media users urged him to ignore those who mocked him as they hailed his courage.
Afolabi Abayomi Moses stated:
"Bro don't mind anybody. Let them say their trash. God be with you."
Ishaq kazeem said:
"Don't mind the detractors, focus on what you believe in, you won't be put to shame."
Adediran Alao commented:
"Pls ignore bro! I really don't know why politics has turned this bad for some people... Too bad!"
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Master's holder who works as a scavenger
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported about a Master's holder who makes a living as a scavenger.
The man named Surajo had lost his father who was a police inspector while in school in 2010. Life became hard as the family struggled and were unable to have access to the deceased's estate.
According to Surajo, it took 10 years before the Police Service Commission finally released to the family, a sum of R115 000, which was half of the deceased's estate.
Luckily, he was selected among batch A of N-power beneficiaries under the National Social Investment Programme. Beneficiaries under the scheme are paid a set amount per month.
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