“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
When you hear oil workers, what comes to mind? That’s right. Wealth…. Well, Chinedu is a geologist who works for an oil company during the week, and as a bolt driver on weekends. He juggles both while doing all he can to Japa from Nigeria. Here is his story.
On this episode of MoneyRise user story, we talked to Chika a finance expert who started Money talk Afrika because she noticed that people struggle to manage their finances.
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.
For this week’s MoneyRise user story, we talked to Wuraola, a procurement analyst, who started her investment journey after realising she needs to consolidate her savings. Hi, Wuraola. What do you do for a living? I am a procurement analyst. I purchase goods and services that my company requires by selecting the best suppliers and… Continue reading “Someone Else Is Doing The Work And I’m Getting The Deal”. My Name Is Wuraola And This Is How I Make My #MoneyRise.
This week, we talked to Temitola, a consultant for a risk management organization. She started investing after realising that the Nigerian economy was in a free fall.
“Akụ Ruo ụlọ, a mara onye kpara ya” When wealth gets home, people will know who made it — Igbo Proverb