White Money has been declared the winner of the Big Brother Naija season six, and will be going home with the 90 million naira grand prize. The 29-year-old Enugu indigene defeated Liquorose, Pere, Cross, Angel and Emmanuel to emerge the winner.
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Now that he is 90 million naira richer, many would be expecting him to make good use of the money, and the best way for him to do that would be to make wise investments.
As some of us already know, White Money has been involved in several jobs before entering the Big Brother Naija house, so he may likely invest his money in businesses that he has good knowledge of. So in this article, we are going to look at two businesses he may establish with his money.
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1. Establishment of a record label.
White Money had a music studio before, and even produced some songs. In an interview with Saturday Beats, the veteran Nollywood actor, Fred Amata, disclosed that White Money had a music studio, and used to organize some shows back then. He added that White Money gave many upcoming artists opportunities with his studio. So he may decide to do that on a larger scale by opening his own record label and signing some artists. In that way, he would be able to give opportunities to more young artists and also make money from the business.
One of the things that won White Money the hearts of many viewers in the first few weeks of the show was when he decided to do the general cooking in the house. And from the way the housemates ate his food it was clear that he is good in kitchen matters.
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So he may decide to turn that into a big business by opening a restaurant, and I am sure that many of his fans would be eager to go there and have a taste of his food.
Say congratulations to him, and also wish him well in his future endeavours. What do you have to say about his victory? Please feel free to share your thoughts with us.
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