After Spending Years Abroad, Young Nigerian Man Comes back Home with just 1 Machine to Begin Block Business

After Spending Years Abroad, Young Nigerian Man Comes back Home with just 1 Machine to Begin Block Business

- A Nigerian man has shared his success story after he relocated to Nigeria to start his block making business

- The man revealed that he had to come back to the country in 2015 with just a manual brick machine

- Many people said his story shows that anybody can make it anywhere with hard work

A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @MRBRIKILA1 said that he returned to the country after many years abroad to start all over.

The man revealed he came back with just a brick machine, adding that going back home was not an easy decision.

According to him, to start his block-making company, he was given a bushy location. After years of hard work, the man grew the business into a big one.

Sharing photos on Twitter, the man showcased how everything changed for him over the years, much more than he expected.

See his tweet below:

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@backroads_linda said:

"This is amazing!! you can be so proud of this the rest of your life no matter what else!! woo-hoo!! great beautiful accomplishment."
After spending years abroad, man comes back home with just 1 machine
Many people said that his story an inspiring one. Photo source: @MRBRIKILA1
Source: Twitter

@SucramIsoaya said:

"No glory without a story ..... You will surely get there."

@thrivewithtayo said:

"True. Follow your dreams, guys."

@Freestuv1 said:

"Time, process, hard work and grace. God to the rescue."

@_nuelike_ said:

"Where do you get materials for the bricks? Are they burnt? Please don't mind my curiosity."

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified as Nonso and with the Twitter handle @Serioussist came online to share his family's relocation story.

In a tweet on Wednesday, January 20, the man said he and his wife left Nigeria, a move that he called a "hard reset", suggesting they were at their lowest low when they did.

Nonso added that they left everything behind with the determination to start a new life in Canada. According to him, at the time they did this, there was no family or friends in their new home country.

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Two years after that brave move, in 2021, the family bought their first ever house in Canada, a mark of great success.


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