12-year-old starts lawn mowing business to pay university fees

12-year-old starts lawn mowing business to pay university fees

- A 12-year-old boy has started his own lawn mowing business

- Jaylin Clyburn received his first job after he posted his services on Facebook

- The young entrepreneur says he began his small start-up to enable him save money for university

At only 12 years, Jaylin Clyburn is already working towards his future with his lawn mowing business to save some money for university while helping residents in his community.

The Lancaster native’s desire to start a lawn mowing business was sparked by the works of his cousin who works as a landscaping person.

Jaylin, who reveals that he’s not waiting to burden his mom with financial expenses, took to Facebook to share details of services.

It was almost like fate that Jaylin got his first job from the client.

Joe Lalino, Jaylin’s first client said he reached out to the toddler because he doesn’t see ads or posts by 12-year-olds and indicated that Jalyin’s story reminded him of his own childhood.

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After reaching out to Jaylin, the two became friends after the first day and Lalino even design artworks for the juvenile's new business.

Jaylin reveals that he’s cut over 100 lawns and plans to continue through the school year.

"When school starts back, I'm going to have a limit," and added "when I have homework, I can do it after school and on the weekends,'' www.wcnc.com quoted Jaylin to have said in an article.

The 12-year-old entrepreneur believes his hard work and dedication to his small start-up will help his future.

Jaylin reveals that when he grow’s up, he wants to be an NFL player.

Meanwhile, Twitter user, Isah Miqdad, has given life to the narrative that there are still some individuals with unshakable moral cabinets when he took to his handle to share his inspiring experience with a ''keke'' rider.

Isah Miqdad with Twitter handle, @Miqdad_th14, posted the story of Abubakar on his feed, recounting that Abubakar, who has no phone, returned a laptop and wallet to him when they forgot the items in his tricycle.

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