Nigerian lady jubilates as she becomes store owner in UK after months of joblessness, shows off shop in sweet video (Watch)

A young Nigerian lady has expressed gratitude as she finally became a provision store owner in the United Kingdom (UK) after being jobless for months.

She took to her TikTok page via her handle @@debs5040, as she displayed her new stock of provisions in her shop, narrate her struggle after relocating to the UK.

According to the lady, she abandoned her booming business in Nigeria for the UK only to struggle with joblessness before finally starting a provision store.

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She revealed that she paid her school fees in full before relocating to the European country with a student visa.

Unfortunately, after completing her academics, she battled to secure a job, forcing her to continue spending money made in Nigeria for months to sustain herself before starting a provision store.

She said, “I left a very very thriving business in Nigeria to come to the UK. School fees paid from Nigeria and came with enough money to sustain me. I didn’t want to do care jobs, so i kept applying for other jobs while changing Naira to pounds to take care of my bills.”

“After about 5 months of receiving “unfortunately” the frustration set in. Oh I crieddddd! Many times i wanted to go back home but my mum would keep discouraging me because i had dashed out almost all my stuff.”

 

“I questioned God and questioned myself why I left Nigeria permanently because i was already a frequent traveler to the UK for vacation.”

“To cut the long story short, God came through for me and here I am again doing what i know how to do best. “Business”. I pray God comes through for everyone.”

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@debs5040

I left a very very thriving business in Nigeria to come to the UK. School fees paid from Nigeria and came with enough money to sustain me. I didn’t want to do care jobs, so i kept applying for other jobs while changing Naira to pounds to take care of my bills. After about 5 months of receiving “unfortunately” the frustration set in. Oh I crieddddd! Many times i wanted to go back home but my mum would keep discouraging me because i had dashed out almost all my stuff. I questioned God and questioned myself why I left Nigeria permanently because i was already a frequent traveler to the UK for vacation. To cut the long story short, God came through for me and here I am again doing what i know how to do best. “Business”. I pray God comes through for everyone.

♬ Agbara Olorun po – Clement whyte

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