He was making around $12,000 in revenue monthly. He said he is currently generating $600,000 in revenue monthly and projects to make $10 million in revenue by the end of 2022. He has projected to get about $1 million monthly in gross revenue. Projects $10 million in revenue every monthHe said despite owning several properties, rental arbitrage (renting properties without owning them) is more profitable than buying and renting your own properties. Her company has recently earned about N41.5 million revenue every month.
A Lagos-based cyber security expert and project manager, Oluwatosin Doherty, has advised the federal government to invest more in arts and culture as a means to make young Nigerians creative and productive in their chosen careers. Legit.ng reports that Doherty made this known in Lagos on Saturday, December 3, in a chat with the press on the motive behind organizing K-Fest 2022, an event that promotes Korean culture. Oluwatosin Doherty explains why Nigeria's government must invest more in arts and culture. Source: OriginalShe said that investing more in arts and culture would enable Nigerians an easy way to connect with other people from different cultural backgrounds globally. Doherty noted:"The federal government should invest more in art and culture and I think that is the easiest way to get across to other people.1 month ago Legit.ng
Jack-Rich (far-left), was one of the business leaders from Nigeria who attended the summit. Photo credit: Belema OilSource: FacebookJack-Rich who was in Washington D.C in one of the sub sections with US mayors told world leaders that inclusion of AU and Nigeria in G-20 is one thing Africa needs at this moment. "Another thing I also want to appeal for is the admission of Nigeria in G-20 because Nigeria is about 19.3 per cent of Africa's total GDP. According to Jack-Rich, technological collaboration from developed countries can enable Africa to build a world class business hub that will engage the huge population of Africa. On the other hand, for two solid years, 11 out of the 36 states in Nigeria failed to attract foreign investments.1 month ago Legit.ng