I started in February 2021, I have a real estate investment in Nigeria, but I had a clause, I could not always cash in or cash out the way I wanted.
I run an events management business in Northern Nigeria. I’m not a civil servant.
I will say I am pretty principled when picking my investments. I am also an aggressive investor. Due to my age, I have enough time to accumulate wealth and allow compounding work for me. Firstly, I stay off Ponzi schemes. Next, I always look for opportunities that can beat the prevailing inflation rate of the Naira. This is one of the investment guidelines I have.
When people ask you what do you do, what do you tell them? I am a Medical Laboratory Scientist. Well, still a student. And I am a writer. What does financial wealth mean to you? It’s being able to support myself financially without having to worry about how I’ll manage in the next couple of… Continue reading If I Don’t Understand It, I’m not Doing it. My Name Is Yinka And This Is How I Make My #MoneyRise
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