The Secret Naira Life
“We were born here. That one no mean say na here we must die.”
The subject of today’s story lived in Nigeria for a while, but he currently lives in his home country, Liberia. Tell me about that first cash that you felt was yours. Let me start by saying I’m the laziest person I know. When I was a kid, my dad wanted to imbibe reading as a […]
Today’s subject is a guy who knows how to be the life of the party and the workhorse too. What was the first thing you did for money? I organised parties in university. I started in 200 level, 2007. My first party flopped like hell. Then I realised the clubbing dynamics of Lagos nightlife. Before, […]
I don’t know, man
“No be small thing, my brother”
Because what happens when the money stops coming?
What was the first thing you did for money? Everytime my dad returned from work when I was a kid, he gave us coins. If you had saved, say X amount, he’d add another X. So you could say I saved for money. But the first proper thing that I did was work for my […]
This week, we’re talking to a Freelance consultant who’s helping clients gather insights for their business and writing proposals. She’s also pretty invested in her family.One thing is clear, she’s the hard worker. What’s the first thing you ever did for money? I tried to sell company yellow pages directory. I lasted a total of […]
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