“3 Years Since I Started Frying Akara”: Young Nigerian Lady Celebrates in Viral Video, Video Goes Viral

A beautiful 300 level Nigerian student, Amaka, who sells akara (bean cake), has inspired netizens with her life story.

In a short clip, she revealed how she combined schooling with her business and expressed gratitude to God for helping her through it.

In her words:

“On 20th November 2019, I started my akara business. I gained admission that same year. It wasn’t easy combining both school and business. One day accident happened in my shop but thanks to God I didn’t open that day. I was sick.

“At times I overthink cause I felt I wasn’t doing enough for myself. At times I feel depressed and cry my eyes out. I kept on pushing no matter the weather condition. No matter how hot the sun is. At times under the rain.

“I continued my business with so much happiness. I started glowing. I never regretted making this fruitful decision for one day. Now I am currently in 300 level. Just one year left for me. Happy 3 years anniversary to me. Today makes it 3 years I started frying akara.”

Amaka speaks on her motivation

When asked about her motivation and strength, Amaka told Legit.ng:

“When you don’t have anyone that’s giving and spending for you, you won’t have any choice than to continue pushing unless you want to give up completely.”


Netizens applaud akara seller

Oluwaseungreatness said:

“Go girl. God will bless your hustle and send you a good support system in Jesus name.”

Cullinan_vintage_lifestyle wrote:

“Go strong entrepreneur! This right here lifted me, there are still decent girls.”

Miszchakkie wrote:

“Nahh! God will definitely crown your efforts with success. Keep at it.”

Lauryella commented:

“These are the kind of ladies that truly deserve support.”

Ebunoluwalolami added:

“I love roadside akara o. Where be your shop abeg make I kon patronize you. God bless your hustle.”

Watch the video below:

Source: Legit.ng

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