- A young Nigerian man, Yakubu Jimoh, has showcased his pap making business on Twitter and got massive support
- Sharing photos of his workspace, the man said that he makes the pap in various variants depending on requests
- While some people said that his workshop looks dirty, others said that he is a perfect example of a young hard-working citizen
A hardworking young Nigerian man, Yakubu Jimoh, has stirred massive reactions on Twitter for the right reason.
In a post on Saturday, January 9, the man with pride came on the platform to showcase his pap-making business.
He said that he makes the corn-meal in yellow and white variants, adding it all depends on what the customer wants.
Yakubu's tweet has gathered thousands of reactions online, with many asking where he stays so they make an order.
See his post below:
As at the time of writing this report, he has over 5,000 likes with thousands of retweets. Below are some of the reactions:
"Hygiene and safety = zero!"
"I starred at this your comment for some minutes and lack words, how or what to reply you... Finally came up with something. Encouragement and common sense = ZERO!"
"U need PPE and ensure your production premise is neat and also clean... Well done."
"I get your point but you see called ogi, it must stain the premise of production. Even the small quantity I make at home, I end up cleaning and cleaning after sieving it. It doesn't necessarily mean he's dirty. It splashes when grinding and sieving. Maybe he snapped while at work."
"The blessing of God will locate you. God will enlarge you. This is better than internet fraud."
"I may not consume it but i will support ur biz. I am moved when i see young people genuinely look for their daily bread. May God bless and expand ur biz."
"I am touched, man... This is quite impressive already... Make sure to keep improving all round as you go... Your branding, your procedure, your services and all... God Bless your Hustle!"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the same man said that pap making is his hustle and it is what pays his bill as well as his school fees at the National Open University of Nigeria.
Then, he could be seen standing close to prepared big buckets of the pap in his shared photos. Behind him was a grinder that mills the corn in the preparation process.
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