One sure way to get rich – Burna Boy reveals

Nigerian superstar singer, Damini Ogulu also known as Burna Boy, has opened up on one of the ways smart and socially active people can get rich.

The ‘Last Last’ crooner stirred a debate when he said networking is one powerful tool and just knowing or meeting the right people is a game changer.

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Burna Boy took to his Snapchat account and emphasised that individuals could make money almost instantly through strategic networking.

In his words: “Networking is so craazy. You can literally get rich by meeting the right people”

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Sure way to get rich - Burna Boy

In other news…

A 300-level philosophy student at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), who was reported missing for several weeks, has reappeared.

Aworetan Oluwashina clarified that he was not actually missing, rather the astronomical increase in tuition pushed him into vanishing to hustle for the money.

It was reported on March 7 that Oluwashina’s family expressed worry over his sudden disappearance after he had not been seen by his classmates for over two weeks.

The student’s elder brother, Aworetan Soji, who confirmed his disappearance also said that the family did not know about his whereabouts. He said his younger brother had not been taking examinations in school before he went missing.

Oluwashina who suddenly resurfaced granted an interview with Segun O’Law of Objective TV, where he recounted how he initially dropped out of Olabisi Onabanjo University over a tuition hike and gained admission into the University of Lagos.

He said when he encountered the same problem in his new school, he was forced to go into the streets of Lagos to hustle for his tuition.

He said; “When I was declared missing, I was actually out there at Ikotun. I went to work. I was trying to gather the rest of my school fees. The reason people could not get in touch with me was because my line was barred and I was so into the work that I did not try to get a new SIM card.”

When asked the kind of work he was doing and if he had been able to raise the money he needed for his tuition, he said he came across a number of options.

Oluwashina, however, admitted that he had not been able to raise the required money and that he missed some of his examinations.