- A Nigerian businessman who grew his plantain chips business to the point that he could support the economy is offering to help a person
- The man said any individual he picked online would have the opportunity of getting N100k capital and mentorship
- Many Nigerians thronged his comment section, hoping that they would be lucky enough to get the promised capital
A young Nigerian man who started his plantain business with N100k and became very successful has offered to help a lucky person.
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The man stated that the condition for getting the money and mentorship was following two TikTok accounts of his choosing. The lucky person will be announced by Sunday, October 15.
Speaking to Waliu, a crypto trader, he doubted N100k could start any sustainable business at this time when there is inflation.
"I am not sure N100k can birth any strong business at this time. With N100k, there is already a limitation of ideas. How do you even make out structures for the venture from that?"
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Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
Live and let’s live said:
"Are you serious? You started the biz with 100k? I am feeling like a fool right now. I have 5m and don’t know what business to do with it l. SMH."
Prophet Adewale Aditu said:
"Baba pls I have more than that pls mentor me am from Ekiti state."
"Can u teach me sir if i can raise the 100k myself."
@5star 100 said:
"Please sir can you teach me I'm from Lagos State. I'm serious about it and ready to learn from you."
"I’m interested, help me sir."
"Pls i need mentor i have frying pan nd hv done b4 but didn't work, pls i want mentorship pls favour me."
sanusi umar885 said:
"Pls mentor me, i have my 100k. I need you to mentor me pls on everything."
"Sir please can you teach me about this production i have my own cash to start."
Vendor deals with tricky customer
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady narrated how a customer wanted to trick her with a fake alert during their transaction.
The online vendor (@evacollectibles) did not raise any issue when she discovered the fake alert but decided to pay the person back.