Lady reveals how she and her husband started a school in Nigeria before moving to Canada

  • A Nigerian woman from Canada shares her story of starting a successful school business with her husband in their unfinished house.
  • @lekcious shared how her family used an unfinished building before moving abroad to establish a school, which was quickly filled by students.
  • The school experienced significant growth within months of launching its business in 2022, leading to the construction of another building to accommodate the expansion.
Lady reveals how she and her husband started a school in Nigeria before moving to Canada

A Nigerian woman living in Canada narrates how she and her husband launched a school business together in their unfinished home, which quickly gained success.

Before moving overseas, her family used their unfinished building to become a school, and pupils soon filled the facility, according to a TikTok user (@lekcious).

Soon after the business was established in 2022, the institution saw rapid expansion. To accommodate the increase, another building was built while the school was in operation.

The woman posted a lengthy TikTok video that chronicled the journey’s accomplishments, including the school’s iconic first-ever Christmas carol.

Many questioned why she relocated to Canada and made such a large investment, but she reassured them that the school is still running well in her absence.

See reactions below…..

Silver Tee asked: “You have this kin of investment, please to do what in Canada sis?”

Akmoj said: “I know you and your husband very well at owode, Your husband is a real hustler,may God bless your hustle more.”

Omoshalewa Adejoke L said: “I love your courage and you are fun as well. Is the school still functioning after you japa?”

She replied: “Aww thank you, it’s still well functioning.”

Dolly said: “I’m really proud of you ma pls, take care of your teachers ooo teaching is not easy.”

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