Remember The Little Boy who Started Trading with 6 Pieces of Maggi? See his 'Shopping Complex' Now
Amazing things cease to occur in this world. Some people have the mind to help themselves by doing something which can put food on their table. While some remained lazies in which they can't afford just ordinary 100 naira to buy food to eat. Young boy revealed his shopping complex after getting supports from people in Kano.
Pictures of little boy recognized as Samila Yusuf who lived in Rano Local Government Area of Kano state, selling six pieces of Maggi and 3 onga spices inside carton gone viral across different social media. The boy is said to be primary school pupil. People reacted to this young boy's pictures and he got helping hand from different angles.
He was supposed with a lot of trading stuff and money for him to kick off his business so that his shop would be fully loaded.
After he got supports, see below how his shop look like now. He named his shop as "Ismaila Sabon Dankasuwa, Rano Shopping complex".
Credit: Hausa legit
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