A well-known Nigerian singer discloses that he spent a year working in a printing factory in Ogun State.
Kizz Daniel reveals that he made N150,000 while working at the printing press, illuminating the difficulties he encountered prior to his music career taking off.
A fan offers a 15% return on a N3 million loan for a printing company.
Kizz Daniel, a Nigerian musician and songwriter, talked about his lowly origins and his time spent working in a printing press in Jaroy Idi Aba, Abeokuta, Ogun State.
The artist, who is well-known for his tracks that reach the top of the charts, answered a fan’s loan request to launch a printing company.
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Adebayo Olam promised the music sensation a 15 percent return on investment in exchange for N3 million in financial assistance.
Adebayo Olam wrote, “Give me a loan of $3 million to invest in my printing business, and I will return it with 15%.”
Kizz Daniel acknowledged that he had previously worked at a printing press for N150,000, in answer to the fan’s entreaty.
The singer wondered if, in light of the current economic climate, the amount of initial capital needed and the revenue gained would have changed significantly.
Kizz Daniel wrote;
“I did printing press for 1 year at Jaroy Idi Aba Abeokuta, I made 150k 💁🏿♂️ tell me things are different now 🙄.”