A Nigerian man identified as Francis Ukoh has resigned from his job to begin a personal business of frying Akara by the roadside.
The entrepreneur said he was working for his employer in a farm at Abeokuta and was paid the sum of N14,000 monthly but decided to resign because the money was not enough for him.
Ukoh proceeded to begin his Akara business which he set up at Ilesha, Osun state.
While speaking during an interview with Legit TV, Ukoh revealed that he used the proceeds from his Akara business to marry a wife.
His words: “I went to Abeokuta to do farm work. Dem dey pay me N14k per month. From there I dey eat, solve my problem from family out of it. At times, I will just drink garri to go and sleep. Later one of my guy call me from Ibadan. Na him say make I come join this business.”
Meanwhile, a video of a caged Lion spotted at the burial ceremony of a businessman, Timothy Anyiakaudu Egwuh of Ebe village in Anambra state has caused a lot of stir on social media.
Naija News reports that the burial ceremony held at Ukpor in Nnewi South Local Government Area of the state.
In the viral video, a caged lion was put on display at the burial of the late businessman who was buried on May 1st.
According to the Igbo tradition, Egwuh during his lifetime was popularly known by his chieftaincy title, Agu Ndi Igbo.
Chuks Ezekwe, who shared the video noted that the deceased’s family decided to honour his title by bringing the caged lion to the burial. Read more