Nigerian artist and songwriter Kizz Daniel recently shared his humble beginnings, recalling a time when he was employed at a printing press in Jaroy Idi Aba, Abeokuta, Ogun State.
Renowned for his chart-topping tracks, the singer responded to a fan’s request for a loan to begin a printing business.
Adebayo Olam sought a financial assistance of N3 million, promising a 15 percent return on investment to the music icon.
“Give me loan 3million to invest in my printing business and I will return it with 15%,” Adebayo Olam wrote.
Kizz Daniel revealed that he, too, had previously worked at a printing press and earned a meager N150,000.
The singer reflected on whether the start-up funds and resulting income would differ significantly now, given the current economic conditions.
I did printing press for 1 year at Jaroy Idi Aba Abeokuta, I made 150k 💁🏿♂️ tell me things are different now 🙄.”
I did printing press for 1 year at Jaroy Idi Aba Abeokuta , I made 150k 💁🏿♂️ tell me things are different now 🙄 https://t.co/5FwwFUu2oi
— VADO D’GREAT 🎙 (@KizzDaniel) January 31, 2024
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