"Some years back, I was so broke that trekked from Sango to Ikeja to and fro, I am also the guy who used to sell popcorn and hawk electronics just to survive" he said.
He further stated that, "Today I own a multimillion naira business that thrives even in my absence every single day, I remember my humble beginnings so l can actually not lose sight of opportunities and at the same time create opportunities for others to grow"
The difference between the wealthy and the poor is the ability to take advantage of opportunities.
Stephen Akintayo is currently touring the world in search of opportunities to invest in, few days ago, he was in Kenya for a book launch.
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Credit: Stephen Akintayo's Facebook Page
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