I Earn More Than Graduates, I Even Give Them Money - Keke Rider

A young tricyclist (keke rider) based in Damaturu capital of Yobe state, has proudly stated that he makes more money than what many fresh graduates earn as salary.

Identified as Bukar Babagana, he disclosed in an interview with NAN that he averagely makes four thousand naira every day, which is over N100k a month.

“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.”

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 business due the fact that it gives them a better option than other menial jobs.