Every once in a while, one or two hustles win the hearts of Kenyans due to the unique nature of the businesses. Such businesses are normally simple yet put out creatively and uniquely. People have come up with new ways of attracting clients by improvising and improving new businesses to make them even more appealing.
Today, a hustler Dad won many hearts after his fruit vending business was noted for its hygiene. The portable machine had a dustbin and washing point. The man cared about his clients' hygiene. His wares were arranged neatly. The seller also had his mask on.
"This Dad takes home bread on this mobile grocer, but give him likes for such a big mind, washing point, dust bin, and variety of fruits," a man identified as Andrew posted on Facebook.
Many netizens were amazed at the thoughtfulness of the man, wishing him success and blessings in his hustle.
Rosemary: "He is worth to bee called a dad, may God bless the work of his hands."
Shiks: "It looks so neat."
Clara: "I'm so proud of you. "
Pierry: "This is so cool. Kudos"
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