Tailor reveals how lockdown forced him to selling pepper and tomatoes to survive (Photos)

A man has taken to his social media page to reveal how he resorted to selling foodstuff in the market after his shop was locked in line with the federal government’s stay-at-home order.

Identified as Isah M. Jibril on Facebook, the man who is a tailor revealed that prior to selling food items, he was a tailor with a shop at the Garki International market in Abuja, the nations capital.

While sharing photos of himself selling his wares, Jibril wrote; “Hello my friends dis is hw life is everyone knws me as tailor in Garki international Market Abuja,today I fnd myself unexpected slling dis I thnk is alright, bcos dey lucked our market for 3 weeks.”

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Tailor reveals how lockdown forced him to selling pepper and tomatoes to survive (Photos)

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Tailor reveals how lockdown forced him to selling pepper and tomatoes to survive (Photos)

Tailor reveals how lockdown forced him to selling pepper and tomatoes to survive (Photos)

Tailor reveals how lockdown forced him to selling pepper and tomatoes to survive (Photos)

Tailor reveals how lockdown forced him to selling pepper and tomatoes to survive (Photos)

Tailor reveals how lockdown forced him to selling pepper and tomatoes to survive (Photos)

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