- A young hardworking Nigerian man has got many people talking on social media after washing a Lexus jeep in traffic
- The young man was captured on camera and his video made it to social media; many commended him for being hardworking
- One of the people that commended the man said being hardworking is better than depending on another person for survival
A young Nigerian man washing a car in traffic has been commended on social media for being hardworking.
In a video that was shared on Instagram by @yabaleftonline, the young man could be seen washing a Lexus jeep which was on motion.
The young man had two buckets with him, one with soapy water and the other had clean water in it, which he used in rinsing the car.
He was captured on camera by the driver of a vehicle behind the jeep which may have never seen such level of hard work before.
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Social media reacts
Reacting, an Instagram user with the handle @electra_nelly said:
“Hustling is better than waiting for someone to give you. God bless our hustle.”
“No b glass again na full body now???”
“Bro God go remember you some day keep it real.”
“Mobile car wash.”
“You people will start pumping tyres on the road.”
Twin hustlers say they want to go back to school
In other news, twin brothers identified as Hassan and Hussein have indicated their interest in going back to school.
The young boys wash windscreens inside traffic in Benin City, the Edo state capital. They said their mother is the inspiration behind their hustle.
Speaking with Legit TV, Hassan and Hussein who do not know their age, said their father is a suya vendor in Kano.
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Nigerian man advertises his kidney
Legit.ng previously a Nigerian man was captured on camera advertising his kidney.
The unidentified man in a disturbing short video shared on Instagram by @naijaloadedotng stood at a corner of a road that had a traffic jam.
Dressed in black and with dark shades, he held a piece of cardboard that read “fresh kidney for sell”.