It seems like more and more Nigerian youth have realised that hard work pays. Most ladies these days prefer to be independent rather than depend on others to help them survive.
A hardworking undergraduate student, Vivian Okpara, who hawks groundnut and banana to see herself through school has gone viral on social media after she was seen selling in school premises.
The young lady who is a Theology student at the National Open University of Nigeria, Ibadan campus was seen selling at her usual spot.
She expressed that she has been hawking for her mother since she was in secondary school. Okpara added that she continued the trade even after she entered university in 2013.
Okpara who sells groundnut, coconut, banana and oranges, explained that she goes for lectures three times a week and later comes to her usual spot to sell to students on campus.
The Enugu-born lady, who is in her final year expressed that she would like to open a big fruits store, where she can sell to customers.
Read Vivian Okpara's full story HERE
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