- A young Nigerian lady how she came to the rescue of her mum's school that almost closed down
- The lady identified as Priscilia also shared how she slowly but surely helped her mum recover N15m from her debtors
- Her post stirred hug reactions on social media with many wondering how she did it
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A Nigerian lady has astounded social media users with the surprising revelation of how she helped her mum recover N15 million from her debtors.
The lady Priscilia Amadi took to the Linkedln platform to share how her mum's school almost shut down as it was neck deep in debt.
Priscilia futher stated that the situation of things at her mother's school got so bad that teachers were being old and nothing was virtually working out fine.
As fate will have it, her mum 0- going by her account - then sought her assistance to help change the situation and she did just that.
Priscilia resorted to her well of experience in income generation, debt recovery, sales and customer service in arresting the situation.
And with time normalcy in the financial state of the school began returning as she went for the school debtors down to the last person.
According to her, she came to the realization that:
"...people only pay bills they feel is important, or if the pressure is high."
Her post sparked reactions on Linkedln, with many seeking her help in redeeming similar situations playing out in their lives.
Chiedu Nkem Eluemunor enquired:
"What was the strategy you used ?"
Akpejunor Gloria lamented:
"I need to learn from you Please
"I can not send a D.M
"I currently am having such challenge with my mom's school of many years and I got a challenging job at a microfinance institution without any prior knowledge. I am seriously confused."
Osuolale Ramatalahi Olaide said:
"Many debtors feel comfortable when there's no pressure on them. If not wickedness why can't they pay home their debts without asking them to?"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady had shown off her mum's shoe and bag business without shame as she begged for patronage.
The yet-to-be-identified lady who is a resident in Lagos took to Twitter with her handle @_benevo to announce that her mum is into selling travelling bags and shoes.
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@_benevo went on to state the address her mum's business is situated just as she sought patronage from Twitter users. She also reiterated that the trade is what puts food on their table and keeps her going to school.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2