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Young Nigerian Man Becomes VP Osinbajo’s Shoemaker After Tweeting This

A young Nigerian man has made it in life after getting the attention of Nigeria’s Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo with his skill.

The man with the Twitter handle @Ojbest5 made great progress after tweeting that he would like to be the VP’s shoemaker.

In the said tweet, the man also told the vice president he will like to meet him and show him the kind of shoes he makes. Weeks after his initial tweet, Osinbajo sent delegates to inspect his shop and take a look at his products.

According to @Ojbest5, there were long conversations between him and the representatives as he said a “lot of promising things are coming” his way.

See reactions below:

@ngoamazing2009 said: “Although your beginning was small but at this stage you are greatly increasing.

A testament to Osinbajo’s “Economic Sustainability Plan currently being implemented, has been an openness to new creative ideas. A proof that Made In Nigeria is better, to grow our economy.”

@aderibigbeniyi said: “Chai!!! Thank God I insisted that you must stamp my “shoe” with your logo, mesef go dey follow our VP @ProfOsinbajo rock same brand now. Jah is just wonderful. Congratulations Bro. More successes Insha Allah.”

@mojika10 said: “Congratulations! I can’t imagine how happy you are when u saw those guys. This is a small thing compared to when God will open up d doors of success He has for you. Keep up d good work! Stay out of controversial issues!! Own your voice!!! Be consistent & persistent! C U @ d top!!”

See his appreciation post below:

Written by Izuchukwu E.N

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