CEO of Chinmark group Ijiomah Chinedu in Enugu today gifted 50,000 naira to a roadside groundnut seller who was nice to him.
The CEO who took to Facebook to narrate his experience proved that sometimes, those who sell things by the roadsides appear to be very rude, ill-mannered and uncultured, However, when a customer notices this, it annoys the customer and some might even stylishly leave the seller to buy from another customer.
On the other hand, there are some other petty traders and hawkers who are extremely well-mannered, friendly, and rewardable.
According to what Mr. Chinedu, the young boy who sells groundnut told him to please purchase from his product. Mr. Chinedu said he immediately felt like testing how cultured or well trained the boy is. So, he told him he isn’t interested in buying his groundnut.
Instead of being angry over what Mr. Chinedu said like some other hawkers, the groundnut seller quickly replied by telling him to taste his groundnut so he’d buy when next he passes by. The boy’s exact statement goes that:
“Oga, take this one as testing, next time you buy na.”
For saying this, Mr. Ijiomah Chinedu felt really impressed about the boy and took to rewarding him for being a credible street boy. He however gave the boy a fifty thousand naira cash for being well-mannered.
Having seen this, what do you all feel about the man who rewarded the boy? If you were in his shoes, what would you have done for the young groundnut seller?
Also, have you ever had a good or bad encounter with any hawker which you can share here? If yes, share and let’s learn.
Mr Chinedu wrote,
He said to me ” Oga abeg buy my groundnut,
I replied ” I don’t need groundnut ooooo”
He said ” Oga take this one as testing ,next time you buy na”
That’s street way ,you must give something in exchange for next level.
Something shifted , my first charity for October 2020 ,Gave my guy 50k for the groundnut testing �����.
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