Daily Trust: How did you become physically-challenged?
Ahmadu Yakubu: I was born with it.
As a child, Grace Ishaya Rewa developed a strong passion for barbing after watching severally as her cousins and siblings’ hairs were being scrapped with razor blade at home.
Many youths, especially ladies, would never think of doing the greasy work of servicing cars, changing engine oil, tyres, wheel alignment or balancing.
Daily Trust: How did you get the name ‘Mammy’?
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.