“I paid medical bills, covered tuition for my nieces and nephews. And let’s not get started on the uncles and aunties I had to “settle” once in a while. I was a walking NGO with my family as the ungrateful beneficiaries.”
With these tips, your family and friends will never know you have money, talk more of billing you.
Time changes a lot of things, like the quality of a wine. Maturity also helps put a lot of things in perspective, particularly with parenting. I spoke to a couple of people about how time had changed their relationship with their parents. Here’s what they had to say. Derek, 21 I had a pretty okay […]
It’s safe to say that the culture of black tax has caught on. More than ever, young Nigerians are expected to support their families from whatever they earn. It’s a tricky situation to navigate, so we asked 8 Nigerians who’re paying a form of black tax to talk about their experiences.
What’s your oldest memory of money? Haha, I know this question from Naira Life. Hahaha, an OG. I remember finding some money in my aunt’s purse. She had just relocated to London, and she left some naira in her bag. I think she forgot it. Anyway, my siblings and I took it and didn’t tell […]
In this #NairaLife story, we talk to a lady working in HR, with relentless ambition and a strong sense of duty to family. This #NairaLife was made possible by FCMB. What was money like growing up? It wasn’t constant. My father, even though he has a first degree, refused to get a job as advised […]
Working in Private Equity is quite the dream for many young people in Nigeria who have the kind of qualifications they’re looking for.
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