Photos: Nigerian Graduate Deported From South Africa Opens Mama Put Restaurant In Anambra


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January 4, 2017 – Pictures: Nigerian Man Deported From South Africa Opens Mama Put Restaurant In Ihiala Anambra State

A young Nigerian graduate who was deported from South Africa recently has put his temporary set back behind him. The man called Chijioke has now been nicknamed Nwa South because he was deported from South Africa.

His mini restaurant is located at Ihiala area of Anambra state.

One of his customers, Timothy Motivator Ofoegbu shared his story on Facebook on Tuesday to motivate other Nigerian youths waiting endlessly to land office job.

This is what Mr Ofoegbu wrote about Chijioke:

10 thoughts on “Photos: Nigerian Graduate Deported From South Africa Opens Mama Put Restaurant In Anambra

  1. The hustle is real .most will just get depressed or even feel frustrated to return to their home town to avoid being mocked.down fall of a man is not the end of his life.u will attain greatness with full potentials.thumbs up place like home

  2. I saw written on a bus “the downfall of a man is not the end of his life” . It is true ! Ride on bro Chijioke! Whether they call you Nwa South or Nwa North, by the time your food chain restaurants litter the globe the nickname will become your Brand Name. God bless you and the work of your hands !

  3. Brother Chijoke story of courage and self-determination should be an inspiration to all of us in Nigeria that life doesn’t end after deportation from any country. He didn’t give stupid excuses for becoming a frauster, hire killer, and armed robbery in order to survive. I urge our brothers and sisters in Nigeria to emulate humble and great spirit of creativity, and survival in such a serious economic downturn in Nigeria. Mr. Chijoke really shows that there is no excuse for criminal behaviors to survive if and only if we can humble ourselves and do something in a little way. I’m proud of him, and here is your fatherland where no one can deport you. What an inspiring story.

  4. Brother, I’m really impress about your action for you turning your disadvantage to advantage. You really showed skill in doing what you know how to do best. As l have been saying all along, you don’t have to continue displaying your degree around before you can do something better for yourself. We need to change our orientation in how we are seeking for white collar job in Nigeria.

    Your Bachelor’s degree in Bio-Chemistry, Accounting or Education is for your own educational achievement. After your education you have to go through 2nd phase of self education by trying to show skill in how to look for a job or create a job. If you are a graduate of Agricultural Science you can create a job by starting with small poultry farming then gradually improve it to large scale where you can provide jobs for others.

    If you are a graduate of Computer Science, you can establish a computer training school, repair computers, visit the big companies to repair their faulty computers. If you are a graduate of Mechanical Engineering, you can fix people cars. If you major in Home Economics, you can be an event planner, get the contract supplying Hotels toiletries, party’s need, food etc.

    The bottom line is, do not wait for the job to come and search for you instead try to make a move by creating a job or making up something for yourself.

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