“Every Nigerian citizen must be educated at public expense to the limits of his natural ability, to enable him to be in the finest possible state to produce the utmost he is capable of” Chief Obafemi
Congratulations! You’re getting married soon. As you probably already know, planning a wedding is very stressful and expensive. In fact, various sources online estimate the average wedding to cost between ₦600,000 and ₦3,000,000, and this was before the price of everything started skyrocketing.
Sometime in 2020, a Reddit user found himself in a conundrum. He found out his grandfather left him an inheritance of over $3 million!
2021 is about to breathe its last as the festive season is a few weeks away. It has been a long year which calls for December rocks, but amidst the rocks, it is important to remember that January has 59 days.
For a football-loving nation, talent can be found everywhere in Nigeria, especially on the streets and in the slums. We all know one or two kids who were dubbed the new Ronaldo or Messi.
“Akụ Ruo ụlọ, a mara onye kpara ya” When wealth gets home, people will know who made it — Igbo Proverb
For this week’s user story, we talked to Wahab, who started his journey after realising that keeping money in his bank account was not yielding any profit.
Warning: Spoiler alert! If you haven’t seen it, I’m sure you’d have seen all the memes on the internet about it. A Korean Drama called Squid Game is taking the world by storm and we are here to provide some financial insights that we learned from it. What’s the show about? Squid Game is a… Continue reading Five Lessons we learned from Squid game
When people ask you what you do, what do you tell them? I tell them I’m a man of many talents. Haha, just kidding. I’m a guy that just does what’s needed. I’ve dipped my hands in so many things; Products, Business Development, Engineering, Media and Marketing. How did you start investing? Hmm, I don’t… Continue reading I Remove A Percentage Of My Income For Savings And Then Invest From The Savings. My Name Is Dada Ben And This Is How I Make My Moneyrise
I joined Risevest in January 2021, and the word “inflation” has not left my mouth ever since. We’ve painted a picture of what inflation looks like.