“You’re a Wise Man”: Man Loses Job, Starts Furniture Removal Company ▷ Kenya News
– A hardworking man says he lost a well paying job a few years ago, but it wasn’t the end for him when he started a large transport company afterwards
– After Oscar Magudulela got out of work, he wowed South Africans when he just announced that his transportation business is growing and doing exceptionally well
– The founder and owner of L&M Removals’ latest social media post has received heartwarming comments from Mzansi
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Just as we are grappling with the idea of founding our own company after the outbreak of the devastating coronavirus pandemic, many South Africans are already buying the idea.
Oscar Magudulela decided to start a transportation company after losing his job. Photo: Mr L & M.
Oscar Magudulela and also known on social media as @OscarMagud, and now the businessman has said he lost his job by cutting but that wasn’t the end for him.
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The man now runs and runs L&M Removals, an office and household furniture removal company that he founded with his wife in 2013.
With the business in its eighth year, Magudulela took to Twitter to share an important and inspiring update that the company was doing exceptionally well. He wrote on Twitter:
“I lost my decently paid job due to cuts and invested the payoff to start L&M Removals from scratch. We are growing and building on L & M International. “
Here are some of the comments from the post:
@ Sibuzakes said:
“Your wise choices have paid off and help feed not only you but other families as well as job creation.
@ Ayanda_Plessie said:
“Excellent idea! Even more blessings for you and your team.”
@ Nolinkie said:
“Inspirational. God bless your business.”
@ MissAliciaLogan said:
“Well done! All blessings for more growth and prosperity for you and your team.”
“11 years of dating, there were other babes and she knew,” the man praises the woman for her patience
@ Victor96982593 said:
“This is the way, my brother, to become master of your own destiny.”
In a separate story from TUKO.co.keA man from Kakamega County, identified as Yussuf Oroba and lost his job, is now making money from rabbit breeding.
The sole owner of Icon Rabbit Farm, located in Lyanungu Village in Lurambi sub-county, said he earns more than KSh 40,000 a month.
Oroba said he kept a few rabbits as pets. He was also a casual worker in a hospital but his job was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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