“Money Wasn’t a Problem”: Man Leaves UK, Brings N157m to Nigeria for Oil & Gas Business, Loses It All

“Money Wasn’t a Problem”: Man Leaves UK, Brings N157m to Nigeria for Oil & Gas Business, Loses It All

  • A Nigerian businessman, Daniel Moses, said that he once invested in oil and gas before his fortune went into flames
  • The man narrated how everything about his life and family was going well until his tanker had an accident
  • Daniel teared up during a podcast session as he said recalling the heavy losses always makes him emotional

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A Nigerian millionaire and real estate mogul, Daniel Moses, has narrated one of the misfortunes he suffered earlier in life.

In a short TikTok video shared by @ceoofyoupodcast, Daniel said he brought £150,000 (N157,224,750) back home to Nigeria. He invested the sum into oil and gas.

Oil & gas business/Nigerian man cried.
The man said that his business was going well until he lost it all. Photo source: @ceoofyoupodcast
Source: TikTok

Oil and gas Business in Nigeria

He said the business was going well for a while, as he had no problem with money. Daniel and his family went on vacations.

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Sometime in 2015, one of his tanker drivers told him they lost their goods to an accident, and everything was in flames. The man cried while reliving the sad experience.

Watch the video below:

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

JohnBeengettinCash said:


sergemulapa said:

"That's the part where you learn that you can't have a business without insurance..."

Strawhat Emporio said:

"Is he crying because of his driver or because he lost money?"

pearcesole said:

"The danger of doing business in Nigeria. the accident could have been a sabotage by rival business people."

Shelvin Shaldano said:

"I think that loss just drained him out."

Albert Aggrey said:

"I think there should be insurance."

Afro said:

"Envy messed up the business in my opinion. British man opened up a successful business? Sounds odd."

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Vanessa U. said:

"So there isn’t some sort of insurance when transporting a huge amount of oil & gas? That’s super high risk."

Leoakah said:

"Life is hard."

Topshoodbeauty said:

"I moved to uk because my business failed , everything just went from to 100 to zero , it’s a long story, doing business in Nigeria not easy."

Man sells his house, relocates to US

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a US-based man, Eric Owuso, narrated how he had to sell one of his buildings so he could relocate to America.

The man revealed that his businesses were doing fine before he decided to pack up and leave. He gave two of his companies to his wife and sold the rest.

Barber succeeds, expands his shop

In other news, a young man who started little as a barber made it in life. His story shared by @tataletv showed that anything one puts one's mind to is possible.

At the beginning of his video, he could be seen posing with a signboard that says "Britain Hair Cut". The shop he had years ago was a makeshift one made with planks.

Source: Legit.ng

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