A Nigerian online vendor has taken to the microblogging platform to reveal how she recorded huge sales after taking her food to construction sites as she wasn't getting orders online.
According to the lady who identified as Sharon _Kitchenn via her Twitter handle shared how she took her food to a construction site besides her after she wasn't getting any sales online. Sharon added that she made so many sales and prepped for the next day.
Sharing photos of the construction workers eating her food, Sharon wrote;
'Since Online orders have not been forthcoming, today i cooked and took it to the sites close to my house. Thank God for this idea, cool sales were amazing and I am back home prepping for tomorrow. We move'
In another tweet, she wrote; ‘Not some people saying hurts words to me cos of the tweet.
See, I used to have a restaurant that was burgled and almost everything was taken. Its better i hawk my food to sites than beg on the street to feed my daughter. Please take your toxic selves off my mentions.’ after facing so much backlash from internet troll.’
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