5 Ways To Make Cool Money In Nigeria
It is stated that the money finds its way to people who look for it. However, money and relative wealth are earned the hard way.. Becoming a millionaire is one of the hardest things to achieve in a country like Nigeria. Three factors that contribute to it are no enabling environment, financial constraints and lack of business ideas to start off.
In this article, we will look at five ways to make money in Nigeria.. Continue reading…
Recycling is simply the process of converting waste products to new objects or materials. This is one of the new tricks and people are cashing out from it. You can recycle anything ranging from clothes(bale, thrift, Okrika) to bottles, cartons, plastics, aluminium cans etc.
2. Snacks And Small Chops Business.
A kitchen or workplace, as well as equipment such as a frying pan and knives, are required to start a successful small chops business. Chin chin, peanuts, doughnuts, Moi-Moi, and other delicacies can be fried. Puff puff, spring rolls, and little chops like spiced goat meat. You can begin with as little as 5,000 naira and from the convenience of your own home kitchen. In this article, we will look at five ways to make money in Nigeria.
3. Cooking Business.
If you are also an excellent cook, why not charge them for your skills rather than allowing them to eat for free all the time? Are your friends throwing a party? You can charge a little fee for it. Gradually, you can begin purchasing equipment and dealing with larger audiences.
4. Graphics Design.
You may charge firms, small businesses, and companies money to make Instagram posts, carousels, and logos using mobile apps like Canva. This tool Canva can be found on Google play store and on iOS on the Apple store. You would just need money for data to watch videos on YouTube to learn how to use the app and it is quite easy. This is something you can accomplish from the comfort of your own home. .
5. Monetizing Your Knowledge.
You can teach what you know online and make good money from it. Are you a blogger, fashion designer, Baker? You can hold consultation sessions and classes on your phone and get paid for it. You can run a WhatsApp lesson for 5,000 Naira and get paid by 50 persons; 5,000 x 50 equals 250,000 Naira.
You just have to run adverts on your different social media pages and drive the right audience to your page. Everyone is going digital, and you should follow suit.
These business tips are very realistic and achievable. You just need to be consistent and patient with the process. The best is typically saved for last, and this might be your path to financial success.
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