A Nigerian business mogul and philanthropist, Engr Marksman Chinedu Ijiomah has brought smiles on the faces of two street hawkers.
Engr Ijiomah, the CEO of Chinmark Group, narrated how he saw the street hawkers, hawking their wares, where he went for his usual car maintenance, beckoned on them and engaged them in a conversation.
He asked them, how they started their businesses; they told him, they took loans to start and have already paid almost half of the loans.
He then went on to ask them, what they would do if he gave them 150k each, of which they told him, their plans of expanding their businesses and going back to school.
He finally gave each of the hawkers, ₦150k and they thanked him immensely.
The philanthropist encouraged people to start, no matter how small, because nobody will believe in your vision; until you start.
He took to his Facebook page to share photos showing when he was with them.
See photos below
Yesterday I visited coal camp for vehicle maintenance and I met this two street hustlers!
Asked them how they started their business, “we borrowed 25k each to start and we have repayed 10k back to the man who gave us the Loan”.
I said ,
What will you do if I give you 150k 🙄🙄🙄
They replied ” Oga we will buy wheelbarrow and stop carrying the products on our head then add more goods,
Oga we still de school we go use the balance pay our school fees”
They both received empowerment of 150k Each 💰💰💰.
God will not force a miracle on you that you are not prepared for,
Until man takes action God will not Move in your Direction.
Finally nobody believes in your vision when you have not started it and learn to start Small at your level!
God is Winning Forever!
See screenshot of his post on Facebook below
Man Who Used To Sell Yogurt, Finally Becomes A Nursing Student, After 9 Years Of Successfully Passing BECE (Photos)
A young Ghanaian man who was known as a yogurt seller finally breaks the yoke as he becomes a Nursing student, after many years of struggling for financial help.
The man identified as Adom-Ba was said to have been known for selling yogurt after he sat for the BECE in 2012 and passed but had no money or help to continue his education.
The zeal and love for education made him relocate to stay with his mum, where he got a job at a restaurant and other part time jobs.
According to Abandaily, who reported the news first, Adom-Ba Lucky is currently a Bachelor of Science in Nursing student at Pentecost University, PU, in Sowutuom, Accra, under a scholarship by the Church of Pentecost, Tema Area.
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