The Nigerian human right activist and lawyer, A descendant of the 7th Olu of Warri Olu Atuwatse, Bemigho Reno Omokri, urged all salary earners to invest in another business or find alternative work to help them eradicate poverty.
Reno Omokri said as he posted on his Twitter account, "it is nobody’s responsibility to help you escape poverty. Only you have that responsibility. So if you are told to save and invest from your salary and you angrily say ‘which salary? My salary is not enough’, what you are saying is that you will be poor forever."
He further disclosed 3 simple ways to escape poverty with a laptop and internet from your house, which are;
1. Create an amazing seller account. Find and cater to a niche market
2. Find survey sites that pay you to take surveys. Become a paid survey taker
3. Create a quora profile and become a paid question asker.
No doubt Reno Omokri has his been one of the most influential Nigerian, despite he's not based in the country, yet he feels for his people.
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