Bukar Babagana, a tricyclist disclosed in an interview with New Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Damaturu that he averagely made four thousand naira every day.
“Most of the times I make five to six thousand naira, unless am not fit or my vehicle is grounded.
“After all expenses, I save two thousand naira everyday, which is more than what most of the university graduate, who so lucky to be employed, earn as their take home.”
While responding to a question whether he envies other young men that work and earn salaries, Babagana said:
“I don’t envy them, sometimes I help some of them. I have a lot of friends that mocked me when they were attending University. Today, the story is different. I don't mock them though, but I do what is in my capacity to do”
He added that:
“This business is a secret to financial freedom to whoever takes it serious.”
Significant portion of Nigerian youth have ventured into Keke Napep business due the fact that it gives them a better option of not staying idle.