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Living an Entrepreneurial Life as a Nigerian – Legitcalculator recounts
Living Entrepreneurial Life as a Nigerian – Legitcalculator recounts
Surviving and successful entrepreneurs in Nigeria have faced a lot of challenges to remain stable and successful in their daily financial activities regarding posed economic crises, price inflation, and continued security challenges.
The young and vibrant 26-years-old Nigerian-based entrepreneur, Aiyelade Morrison who is referred to as Legitcalculate amongst his friends and colleagues recounts his brief experience trying to remain in business.
The Philanthropist and online-based Punter said it has never been easy since the post-COVID-19 pandemic as he almost sustains his business learns alms to friends on borrowing, fortunately staking for fortunes has been paving the way.
In his words, “for an average business person to identify and locate a business is no longer encouraging. I do not know how to convince my friends planning to return to Nigeria for business settling because the economic policy is not helping. Even getting a loan seems to be a death trap looking at the embarrassment attached.
“I lost a huge amount of money during and after the pandemic. I expected the government to pay attention to rising food prices, and the high cost of running organizations, possibly by putting forward balancing economic policies rather than the reverse case.
“Morrison (@legitcalculator), who spoke via Scanned News during his friend’s birthday in Edo State noted that the younger ones like him need to sacrifice today for tomorrow by considering full participation in election and vote right leaders who are capable of making better economic decisions.
He urged the youths to start considering who becomes the right president of Nigeria come 2023 than hopping about what they would gain from sitting at home doing nothing or engaging in illegal activities.
Aiyelade Morrison pointedly warned the teaming generation to shun money for a vote, cyber criminality, and go get their Permanent Voter’s Card to help usher in lasting positive change to the Nation.
“We the youth of this country have given wrong impressions to corrupt leadership that we are flexible and easy to be deceived and that alone is negligence on our side. The interest in running away to other countries for education, medication, greener pastures, dependence on aid, and even rampant borrowing needs to stop, Legitcalculator added.
However, he expressed fear that his philanthropic gesture may not be sustained for longer years or even cover a larger number of people who besiege him daily for staking codes and monetary assistance but hoping on government, the highest employer of labour, and good leadership bring the desired change.
He further encouraged youths to be entrepreneurial in their career path to set Africa in global competition.