A young Nigerian student simply known as Oluwasegun, who is into buying and selling of consumables has taken to microblogging platform, Twitter to reveal the type of business he is into following an advise from the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU.
ASUU had given a 7-point advise to students who have been at home for 8 months owing to the ongoing strike action by the body. They urged undergraduates to learn new skills, travel, intern at organisations, read books, and have fun amongst other things.
The young man who referenced ASUU’s advise in his post revealed that he is into sale of bags of rice.
Oluwasegun wrote; “ASUU said we should go & learn new skills. Prior to that, I’m now selling rice at Daleko Market, in Mushin. We sell Made in Nigeria rice, no stone, no dirt…”
ASUU said we should go & learn new skills. Prior to that, I’m now selling rice at Daleko Market, in Mushin. We sell Made in Nigeria rice, no stone, no dirt & we sell at an affordable price, starting from 23k upward….
Kindly do & patronise me…..Thank you pic.twitter.com/MQpJkxlI9L
— OLUWASEGUN (@oflondonn) November 13, 2020
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