According to him, he made his first million naira from selling wristbands, popularly known as rubber bands in local parlance.
He disclosed this in a recent interview with Tribune where he said: “I made my first million [from] selling wristbands, rubber to be precise, promotional gift items for those that are doing branding. Wristbands are just rubber; but if I sell enough of those rubbers with a very tiny margin profit of N50 or N100 at a big Christian event, it adds up.”
He berated some Nigerians who blame the government for the harsh economy while neglecting menial jobs and businesses.
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