There has been this myth revolving around the community, about young rich people; where every success at an early age is tagged – "it must have been illegally made."
The Popular Instagram comedian, Aloma Isaac Junior has expressed his thoughts over how most Nigerians classify every rich and successful youth as a fraudster and noting the implications of these beliefs among other youths.
He also noted his awareness about how a lot of young people are caught up in these illegal activities. But shouldn't be a reason to see every financially buoyant young people as a part of these condemnable acts.
The talented and hardworking actor who is known for his comic female characters(Mama Desperate, Sister Ekwitos, etc), once granted an interview with premium times, spoke about his humble beginnings from being a lecturer, a singer, and how he discovered his comedy traits.
It's an undeniable fact that lots of youths confide in illegal activities for survival. But hundreds of thousands of youths are out there making clean money. Take for instance Opera News Writers.
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