Nigerian man offers to pay $10k to anybody with old pressing iron

A businessman, Olakanmie Golden, has made a very attractive offer to those in possession of charcoal pressing iron.

He promised to pay $10,000 to anyone who would be willing to sell the old pressing iron to him.

He made the offer in a video shared on his TikTok page while explaining the particular attribute the old iron must possess before he would buy it.

Olakanmie, said he was particularly interested in the charcoal iron that has magnetic properties to attract metallic objects.

He demonstrated how magnetic the iron can be by using a coin to tick to the body of different old pressing irons that he collected.

The businessman shared the clip with the caption; “dm if you have these olden days iron. am paying good price Dm on WhatsApp… #oldendays $10,000″

See the clip below:


dm if you have these olden days iron. am paying good price Dm on WhatsApp +2349038228396 #tiktok #tik_tok #oldendays $10,000

♬ original sound – Richie Holakanmi

In other news, music superstar, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, has disclosed that Africa’s richest person, Aliko Dangote buys two cars every eight years.

The DMW boss made the revelation during a recent interview with Forbes, where he also said he takes financial advise from the billionaire.

Davido talked about his family’s relationship with the CEO of Dangote Group, adding that his father, Adedeji Adeleke, and the world’s richest black person are friends.

According to Omo Baba Olowo, Dangote always adviseds him to save his money and not spend lavishly every time they meet.

Davido said; “Uncle Aliko is a very different kind of billionaire. Uncle Aliko buys like two cars every eight years. He’s a very disciplined and very different kind of billionaire.

“Every time I see him, he just says one thing, ‘Save your money!’. There’s nothing more he tells me, everytime save your money. He and my dad have been very close friends.

“And he Dangote has done well for us [Nigerians] back home. He made us a lot of industries. He just opened the biggest factory in Africa. That’s providing jobs.”