- A Nigerian man with six kids, Nze Arinzechukwu Osinachi, has said that he wants to use money from his nylon business to give his family a better future
- The man said that he is doing the business to gather funds to relocate to Canada, a thing he said his wife already agreed to
- According to the 43-year-old Nigerian, God showed him the path to the work as a way to lift him up after several failed business attempts
A Nigerian man, Nze Arinzechukwu Osinachi, has said he is giving so much to his nylon picking business because he wants to fund his trip to Canada and leave Nigeria.
The 43-year-old man in an interview with Legit TV said that he does not mind leaving his wife and children in Nigeria so that he can go and make money for them. He added that his wife knows about the plan and they have an agreement.
He, however, added that he could take them with him as an alternative option. Nze said he has six kids; two boys and four girls.
The hardworking man said he washes the castaway nylon bags and sells to a factory that recycles them. He has been in the business for over two years.
When he was asked how he came by the business, he said God introduced him to it after he spoke to him in a dream that he would make him succeed in the most unlikely manner.
Nze added that after the dream, he went into carton business after his previous means of livelihood as a driver and butcher failed.
From carton business, someone mooted the idea of nylon business to him and that was how he hit his goldmine.
When he was asked how much he makes, the man replied that he does not want to reveal the secret to his business as people are wont to saturate any available promising venture.
To buttress his point, he said as soon as people got to know the secret of carton recycling, they used their higher financial power as middlemen to drive up prices of material sourcing.
Nze also revealed that his wife is in Onitsha, Nnewi with their children where she is also plying the trade.
Watch his full interview below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Sam, a 30-year-old man, is another Nigerian who broke the fences of limitation by paving a path for himself in the entrepreneurial world.
The hardworking man has his business spot in Iyanapaja. The young man admitted that he was ashamed when he started the business considering the fact that he had worked with big companies in the past.
Running into people he knows at the beginning made him hide as he felt he was going to be judged. However, he got past that and braced up.
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