Some of the posts the Nigerian corporate tricycle rider shared on Instagram reads;
I am a tricycle rider the popularly known as Kele napep . I love my job because it makes me communicate and meet positive people everyday. My job also gives me joy,I shuttle from ojuelegba to bode thomas
Monday hustle. Lord bless my hustle bless my work and bless my clients
Many people wonder why a tricycle rider dey dress like this but really why wont I kit up knowing fully well that this is where I get my money from. Guys I am a tricycle rider and I am proud of my job, my job gives me joy and also allow me to meet different people on a daily basis. For people that do LIKE my pictures / post I say a big thank you to you all.
Seest thou a man diligent in his business?he shall stand before kings;he shall not stand before mean men.
I am popularly known as “The coporate”. I love my job. My job has taught me how to accommodate people
In 2016, Abdulahi Olatoyan, who is a university dropout in his early thirties, made headlines after he turned to the streets to make a living and save enough money to start his own business.
Wearing a bright polka dot suit and red velvet bow tie, Olatoyan who cleaned cars windscreens said he hopes to return to school one day and finish his studies.
“I didn’t want to be wandering the streets doing nothing” he explains, adding he wanted to make sure people knew he was serious about his work.“He is the first suited windscreen cleaner I have ever seen”, says photographer Daniel Sync, who decided to take photos. “We need more innovative citizens like Abdulahi in Nigeria”, he added.