Aka, this is why many Nigerian doctors are sick and tired.
Tell me about your oldest memory of money. As early as 16 years old, I was already creating my path to financial independence. Even during the ASUU strike in my 100L, I decided to get a job. Why? Because I wanted to foot my own bills. I decided I was done asking my big sister […]
42% of Nigerians lost their source of income due to the pandemic, this is about one of them.
Take risk and succeed.
A Nurse. A Businesswoman. A Baby Girl.
A lot of fire, but nothing to scratch.
Let’s start at the beginning; your oldest memory of money. Christmas. I remember going house to house with my sister to collect money at the end of the day we’ll settle to count and see how much we made. I always looked forward to moments like that, or when my dad dashes us money whenever […]
Favour over labour is a movement.
“I enjoy being a doctor, but I know there’s so much more that I can be and I’m not afraid to find out.”
One BSc, One MSc, one MBBS. But to what end?
What’s your biggest fear? Snakes? Death? His biggest fear is not a person or people, it’s a system, a culture. What’s your oldest memory of money? My mummy took me and my brother to this park, which was close to where we lived. After riding one of their motors, I wanted to go again and […]
This is what it looks like when your salary grows by almost 10,000% in 5 years.
What do you call Glucose Guardians who aren’t looking for sugar?
Today’s story counts the costs of what life is like living with illnesses like fibromyalgia and Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).
What’s life like after the Okada ban? We spoke to an Okada guy.
Being the breadwinner is more pressure than perks, but what does it mean for a family when their breadwinner can no longer provide?
Working in Private Equity is quite the dream for many young people in Nigeria who have the kind of qualifications they’re looking for.
She went from running a mini poultry to going in hard on forex.
Our subject this week is a 22-year old engineer. If you called him a genius, you won’t be lying. But sometimes, even that might not be enough. This is his #NairaLife. How’s Lagos treating you? Except for my rough transition from ₦109k per day to ₦109k per month, I’m mostly good. Slow down, you say […]
What’s your oldest memory of money? One day – I think I was seven – my mum just came into the room with a black plastic bag. There was money inside ₦2.5 million. She just – Wait, what? Yes. She just said, “keep this money, this is for your dad’s next car.” I don’t know […]
Navigating the high seas of being a trader in Nigeria.
Tell me about the beginning of money for you. It has to be when I was 12. I lost my mum, and I suddenly felt responsible for my younger siblings – I’m the firstborn of my mum. I’m very sorry about your loss. Did you have any other guardian? Thanks. Losing our mum affected everyone […]
The subject of today’s story is an IT expert with a special focus on the financial sector. What was it like growing up? Someone once said this about me while I was in school: “Is it not that girl that used to act as if her father has all the money in the world?” Sounds […]
This week’s #NairaLife is made possible by Premium Pension. What’s their bragging right? They’re one of the first to be licensed in this Pension grind. Over 600,000 people trust them. And their assets under management have crossed 700 billion. Big deal. The guy in this story is not only 33 years old, he’s also looking […]
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