Student Guide: 5 Amazing Things You Can Do With ₦1,000

Leadway Assurance
July 26, 2019

As a student, N1,000 might mean nothing to you. Well, let us shock you. Here are 5 amazing things you can do with N1,000.  

SEE A MOVIE

Yeah that’s right. With N1,000, you can go to a cinema (On the Mainland Oh!) and see a movie to make your day. However, it is advisable to check the show time and days to know when you are qualified to ask for a movie ticket.  

BUY A BOOK…OR TWO

This one is achievable anywhere! (And your parents would be proud) Books are assets, whether for knowledge, education or fun. With N1,000, you can walk into a bookstore and pick a good book or two. (Please be sure of the price tag sha.)

GET AN ATM CARD

These days, one can open a bank account without paying a kobo. But why sentence yourself to suffering on long queues and in banking halls when there’s a more convenient way to get things done. With N1,000, you can get an ATM card for easy access to your funds. (If you lose the card, OYO is your case). 

PURCHASE ONE-MONTH MOBILE DATA

Data is very important; it is every student’s need, if not to stay connected to social communities, at least to do assignments. (Na so.) Well, with N1,000 you can get one-month data subscription on any of the popular telecoms network to stay connected. (Remember to password your hotspot) 

SECURE YOUR FUTURE 

This is no joke at all. Which is why Leadway Assurance has provided every Nigerian Student with a financial solution called the Leadway Student Protection Plan. This plan can help you complete you tertiary education for just N1,000. It is an insurance product that is designed to cover students in ONLY Federal / State Tertiary Institutions so their future is secure when they lose a loved one that is either a parent, guardian or sponsor.

The best part about this is that you can sign up and buy this product in 15mins. Click this link to get started.

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