- A young Nigerian artist is about to sell his photographic works to Odogwu Bitters, a herbal drinks company owned by Obi Cubana
- The man identified as Sanjo Lawal took to Twitter to share his testimony, saying the company contacted him for his work.
- The artwork shows Lawal capturing bottles of bitters, skillfully combining them with male models that showed off just how good the drink is.
A talented young man named Sanjo Lawal caught the eye of Obi Cubana’s company, Odogwu Bitters, who have now collected his works.
Lawal took Twitter to make it clear to the public that Odogwu Bitters will be collecting his artworks which he photographed and showed online recently.
How did it happen
Lawal first introduced the filming he did for Odogwu Bitters on April 2, hoping the words will reach the company. The words have reached them as he is now back on Twitter to report his success. His words:
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“Congratulations to me and the team. @OdogwuBittersNG reached out and they would collect ODOGWU arts, photographed by me. Many thanks to mr. obi #cubana/the brand and support systems. This joy is immense .
“The arts here represent a visionary ODOGWU. The bicycle represents ODOGWU as movement for all. Movement and being a visionary is an art perfectly inspired by sir obi #cubana as the perfect example and inspiration.”
See his tweet below:
Nigerians react on Twitter
Meanwhile, Nigerians on Twitter are reacting to Lawal’s achievement and many are congratulating him. Here are some reactions:
“Wow! Finally! Celebrating with you brother, more wins.”
“Become this beautiful story. Let’s go.”
“Big win my man Big win that I have to congratulate.”
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A young man takes pictures of an old man, sells them as NFT
In another story, Legit.ng reported that a young man named Adisa Olashile took pictures of an old man named Baba Onilu and sold them as NFT.
Olashile returned to the old man and gave him the sum of N500,000 plus another N100,000 given to him online by Nigerians.
The kind act was praised online and held up as an example for young people to follow.