Between 1996 and 2014, today’s subject on #NairaLife worked as an auxiliary nurse. Her highest salary in that period was ₦12k. Today, she works as a hairdresser and lives on loans she repays every week.
Borrowing money is the ghetto and these 5 millennials share the first time adulthood had them on the streets asking for help. Tag a friend that needs to see this too
Did you know that Section 21(1) of Nigeria’s Statute of Limitation Law prevents you from bringing a case of debt recovery to the court after six years?
So if someone is owing you money, this is how to get it back legally.
The subject of this story works with small businesses. But before this, he tried to build two businesses from the ground up. The first one landed him in debt. The second one ended with some more dire consequences: legal troubles and debt. What’s your oldest memory of money? When I was about to finish secondary […]
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