Our parents go through a lot to see us educated and well. Unfortunately we end up without jobs at the end of the tunnel, a Nigeria mother complained after admitting to take an interview with "Legit TV" in Nigeria. She revealed how disappointed she is, after years of trying hard to educate her child.
" I sold vegetables to see my child succeed in life" she said. Now she is nothing but a young lady with no job to feed her own mother. I have been working for her now it is her turn. Old lady whose name is identified as Iya Femi explained that the her daughter joined her in the market to sell vegetables.
After noticing that she is far from getting a job, even though she is working at an environment she does not like. According to her, she does not want her daughter to be like her. She went deeper and said the vegetables she used to sell back in then were sold for less money compared to now.
These days people don't buy like before because of price hike she said.
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