16-Year-old shares his good and bad experiences as a street hustler

16-Year-old shares his good and bad experiences as a street hustler

- Sunday Chibuzor, a 16-year-old boy, has revealed the dark side of being a street hustler

- A prospective student of Federal University of Agriculture, he sells air freshener at a car wash

- The teen said one of the bitter experiences he has had was someone picking his pocket and stealing from jim

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A 16-year-old boy, Sunday Chibuzor, has spoken at length about his experience as a street hustler in Lagos, Nigeria. The boy said he sells air freshener at a car wash.

In the video shared by Splash FM, the boy also said he bought his dad a phone from the money he made from his merchandise.

The teenager also spoke about the many things he thinks is wrong with the country. First, he said he agrees with President Muhammadu Buhari that Nigerian youths are lazy.

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He said many endeavours they engage in are those that only profit them at the detriment of others. The boy did not stop at that, he added that the oppression of the poor by the rich is great.

Chibuzor spoke about the horrible experience he had with a rich man who he mistakenly stepped on. He said the man would not even listen to his explanation before he smacked him across his face.

Chibuzor said that one very bad thing about the oppression is that it discourages the poor from lifting themselves out of their situations.

Watch the video below:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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