Pure Success for Young Man Who Started Own Brick Making Business

Pure Success for Young Man Who Started Own Brick Making Business

- A man has shared his success story after he went back home to start his brick-making business

- The man revealed that he had gone back to Nigeria in 2015 with just a manual brick-making machine

- Many people said his story shows that anybody can make it anywhere with hard work

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A man with the Twitter handle @MRBRIKILA1 said that he returned to the country after many years abroad to start all over.

The man revealed he came back with just a brick machine, adding that going back home was not an easy decision.

According to him, to start his brick-making company, he was given a bushy location. After years of hard work, the man grew the business into a big one.

Sharing photos on Twitter, the man showcased how everything changed for him over the years, much more than he expected.

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Take a look at his tweet below:

Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:

@backroads_linda said:

"This is amazing!! You can be so proud of this the rest of your life no matter what else!! Woo-hoo!! Great beautiful accomplishment."
After spending years abroad, man comes back home with just 1 machine
A man shared his inspirational story of working hard to achieve his dreams. Image: @MRBRIKILA1
Source: Twitter

@SucramIsoaya said:

"No glory without a story... You will surely get there."

@thrivewithtayo said:

"True. Follow your dreams, guys."

@Freestuv1 said:

"Time, process, hard work and grace. God to the rescue."

@_nuelike_ said:

"Where do you get materials for the bricks? Are they burnt? Please don't mind my curiosity."

In other news about success stories, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on a successful and inspiring South African man. Dr Chauke is a businessman and says he plies his trade in the branding and printing sector, which covers printing on garments and paper bag printing as well as what he calls 'umbrella branding'.

As his business is booming, he says he has successfully opened branches in Durban and Johannesburg as well as one in Tshwane.

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In a picture posted on Twitter, Chauke boasts that he has just secured an office to run the head office from and has employed four more people.

Just like any other business establishment that is growing in the midst of the challenging coronavirus pandemic, South Africans have joined in excitement to wish the budding businessman all the success

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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