Daily Trust: What prompted you to start tea business?
Aliyu Ahmed Kabir: First of all, my father had been in this business for a very long time, so I learned the business from him.
I’m still working to avoid burdening my kids’
Daily Trust: What made to become a water vendor?
Ahmadu: Poverty is what pushed me to do this business.
Muhktar Muhammad Jawad has been servicing, repairing and maintaining faulty little items that motivated him to produce a motorcycle which he rides to school.
Flying, they say, is all about passion.
Recounting his experience to Daily Trust, Dambuwa who is well-known, especially among senior civil servants in the old Sokoto State comprising Sokoto, Kebbi and Zamfara, said he once rejected an offer from a military administrator to build a house for him.
Daily Trust: Why did you choose to study African Studies in the university?
Gwendolin Hilse: I’ve always had an interest in Africa.
Daily Trust: What thought dominated your mind the most while writing the examination?
Love Monijesu Solomon: The thought of exerting myself as much as I can, writing it in all fairness without participating in exam malpractice and praying God will make it a success.