We all need money. With the economic situation of the country, money has not been the easiest to make. However, with a lot of persistence and a little bit of creativity, it is possible to make enough money per day to survive.
First is something that can help you in two ways because you get to make money and clear your space. Get rid of unwanted items and make money from them. Sell them off. You don’t have to hoard things when they can be of great use to someone out there.
Share photos and videos of the items you wish to sell on your WhatsApp status or your social media accounts with catchy captions to motivate potential buyers and see what happens!
Depending on the item you’re selling and its condition, you could end up making even more than 5k.
Do you have a car? My dear there are millions of people in Nigeria commuting on a daily. Put your car to good use. If you really need the money, you won’t need anybody to tell you to turn your car into a taxi.
Transportation is a lucrative business as people are always on the move. Stop at crowded bus stops and pick up passengers and depending on the distance you go per time, chances are you will make the sum quite easily by the end of the day.
Another way is to offer to clean someone’s home or to do their laundry. A number of people do not have the time to clean their homes. Others might not own a washing machine, they might not have time to wash their clothes so you can come in to offer these services to them for a fee.
You could make N5,000 or more just from cleaning a couple of houses and doing laundry.
You can let your contacts or followers on socials know that you offer such services.
Freelancing should also be considered when it comes to making money. You can be a freelancer in graphics design, web design, content writing, etc.
Most of these freelancing jobs can fetch you 5000 naira per day. A number of sites and blogs are always looking for freelance writers who they can pay for content.You just need to make sure you meet the deadlines and you get your pay. Some sites pay even much more than N5000.