After this Fulani man was spotted on corporate attire selling kolanut, See what a former senator did for the young
A Fulani young man who sells kolanut on traffic has starred up positive reactions on Twitter after he was spotted putting on corporate attire with tie, nose mask, well ironed suit Hawking kulanut and sweet on the traffic.former senator representing kaduna central, shehu sani had taken to his official social media handle hours ago to share a short video of the young Fulani man he saw on his way to Abuja.
In the 28 minutes video posted by the former senator, he praised the young man for how neatly dressed he appeared. He also gave him some money to add up to his capital.
What really catch the attention of the senator was his corporate wear.
After the former senator shared the video on his official Twitter account, it got a lot of reactions from other users as they took to the comment section to express their opinion.
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