While speaking at the KICC facilitated wealth creation platform held in Lagos, yesterday November 12, Nigerian billionaire, and richest black woman in the world, Folorunsho Alakija, who gave tips of making and sustaining wealth, revealed that her goal is to have more money than King Solomon in the Bible.
The business tycoon said:
“I will make more money than King Solomon in the Bible. I am working towards that and with his grace, I will.”
“You can’t afford to be laid back, I’m not saying you should be aggressive without a purpose but I’m saying there are ways to be aggressive positively and I can tell you that you have to make that move, put yourself forward and be ready to face all hurdles,”
Eugene Arhin, the Director of Communications at the Presidency has apologized for the lifted part of President Nana Akufo-Addo inaugural speech that wasn’t acknowledged.
Part of his inaugural speech made at the swearing-in on January 7, 2017, was lifted from a 1993 speech by President Bill Clinton of the United States, while another part was also lifted from a speech another US president John F. Kennedy made in 1961. Read more
Senior Pastor of the Latter Rain Assembly and former running mate to President Buhari in the 2011 general election, Pastor Tunde Bakare, Sunday had his annual state of the nation speech where he said that it is time for President Buhari to demonstrate leadership and lead Nigeria aright.
He charged President Buhari to re-shuffle his cabinet and ensure that the right people with their expertise are placed in the right places. Read more
1. Gold mining or selling
Zimbabwe is rich in gold, the most precious metal. While many investors and businesses are already into the gold mining business, the door of opportunities remains open to new investors.
So, if you gather the required knowledge of the market, you can easily jump start your gold mining business. Better yet, you can collaborate with a gold mining business to sell gold instead. It goes without saying that gold business is very, very profitable.
Because of the increasing rate of unemployment, Zimbabweans are now becoming more aware of the need to start their own private businesses. Business ideas abound, but lack of funds is the main problem intending entrepreneurs are facing. Microfinance banks lend money to startup and small business owners. Since these businesses are increasing in Zimbabwe with each passing day, there are opportunities for microfinance businesses.
Aside funding, many startup and small business owners in Zimbabwe soon realize after entering the market that things aren’t really as rosy as they expected. But these entrepreneurs, in a bid to save their businesses from ruin, hire the services of business consultants who help them keep their businesses alive.
Other entrepreneurs prefer to hire business experts right from the start to help them analyze various market realities. So, if you have a background in business management, you have a good business opportunity here. Read more