I Prefer Selling Sachet Water Than Sleeping With Men For Money – Female Student

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A 19-year-old mass communication student of  Alvan Ikoku Federal College of Education Owerri, Imo State, has become an internet sensation after a photo wherein she was hawking sachet water emerged on social media.

Reacting to the now-viral photo, she took to her Facebook page to comment that she prefers doing that to sleeping with men for money. Class isn’t it???

“I sell pure water to buy textbooks for myself in school and sometimes use it to pay bills
I go to the market every Friday evening, Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon after church, I enjoy doing it since I do get money for one or two textbooks in 2 days.

“I prefer doing this than sleeping with men for money Yes I slay but guess what is pure water business. I sell almost 7 or 8 bags a day depending on the lucky day. I’m a mass communication student.

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“Sometimes my friends will be like “babe this pure water business no fit u o” I smile and tell them I love it. I’m a Nigerian writer too, I have two novels and one drama I have published already but due to money issue I couldn’t make lots of copies.

“Sometimes when I come back I will be tired to read but I try my best. I hustle pure water and sometimes sell Jollof rice in school, I make hair, slippers and clothes with this my small but mighty business.”

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