The 24-year-old Eteng from Uyo in Akwa Ibom State, dorns a neat suit and well-fitted tie daily as he goes to work hawking corn flour jello, popularly called Agidi in Nigerian languages.
The Agidi carefully wrapped and placed on the tray on his head sells for N100 each and he has N20,000 worth on it.
Many consider the trade a low-class business and those who hawk it are not usually accorded respect because of their dress sense.
Eteng chose the type of dressing in order to woo more clients and stand out from the pack of hawkers on the streets of Uyo.
He told newsmen that in order to get customers, he has to study people and understand what they like. Eteng says what he is doing is appealing to people and that many hawkers like it but are unable to and that makes him different. According to him, he dresses to promote his brand.
He began his own business in 2018 after he was sent back to the village when he fell out with his proprietor.