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Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Techvillz(m): 7:48pm On Sep 01, 2018
Making money from making money from public phone charging in nigeria is one of he local business that many Nigerians neglect, but not this hausa man who shared how much he earns monthly from the business. A middle-aged man, who has been identified as Ibrahim Usman, who owns a place where he charges handset in Lafia, says he makes N180,000 monthly on phone-charging business, using I pass my neighbour generator and solar energy.

“I took advantage of the irregular provision of electricity in Lafia and makes N180,000 monthly,” Usman told the News agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lafia on Saturday.

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According to him, charging of phones and several other electrical accessories has being a source of income and it has also put food on my table and cash in my bank account.

“Although, i’m not happy that there’s irregular electricity provision in Lafia, I will say that has been to my advantage currently.

“Had power supply been stable, I would not have been able to make the N6,000 I make at least in a day. If you multiply it into 30 days, it is N180, 000 in a month,” he said.

He told NAN that he powers his business by solar energy to augment his petrol-powered generator, on which he spends N1,000 daily on fuel.

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by BoboKush(m): 7:54pm On Sep 01, 2018

Issa FTC shit.... Aw many likes grin

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by leonard002(m): 10:30pm On Sep 01, 2018
ohh... I love this,

And somebody, somewhere will knot tie in the middle of the sun till he chokes and wear fairly used suit, and be greeting people yes sir, yes ma, and be worked out like a slave, only to receive N50k at the end of the month

smh...

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by generationz(f): 12:08am On Sep 02, 2018
I doubt he makes up to this in profits every month
while he isnt the first to venture into this business , a lot of factors will determine if he would be able to make such a huge profit monthly.

The nature of that areas power supply ( erratic or constant), how much he spends on fuel monthly , where he is located ( marketplace or residencial area) , and his securitt measures to ensure no phone is stolen are some of the biggest factors that will affect his income.

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by ola12(m): 12:22am On Sep 02, 2018
I had this same idea during my last holiday wen dere was no electricity but dismissed it, cos I tot it would an easy target 4 thieves. Wonder how he does it

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by 1zynnvn(m): 5:46am On Sep 02, 2018
generationz:
I doubt he makes up to this in profits every month
while he isnt the first to venture into this business , a lot of factors will determine if he would be able to make such a huge profit monthly.

The nature of that areas power supply ( erratic or constant), how much he spends on fuel monthly , where he is located ( marketplace or residencial area) , and his securitt measures to ensure no phone is stolen are some of the biggest factors that will affect his income.



Must you doubt everything. You dont know where he is located and how epileptic power supply over they may be. Everything is possible. Dyu know that people actually went to the moon. Dyu know how difficult that is??

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by lordraiden(m): 6:37am On Sep 02, 2018
Business is brain,think of what ppl need and give them what dey want

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by femi4: 6:37am On Sep 02, 2018
1zynnvn:



Must you doubt everything. You dont know where he is located and how epileptic power supply over they may be. Everything is possible. Dyu know that people actually went to the moon. Dyu know how difficult that is??
She's a doubting Thomas

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by femi4: 6:43am On Sep 02, 2018
generationz:
I doubt he makes up to this in profits every month
while he isnt the first to venture into this business , a lot of factors will determine if he would be able to make such a huge profit monthly.

The nature of that areas power supply ( erratic or constant), how much he spends on fuel monthly , where he is located ( marketplace or residencial area) , and his securitt measures to ensure no phone is stolen are some of the biggest factors that will affect his income.

180/30 = N6,000 per day

If it take 4hrs to charge a phone and charges 10 simultaneously.

Working for 16hrs = 40 phones charged per day
@ N200 per phone, he all make = 40*200 = N8000

Now, that make sense

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by ExAngel007(f): 7:02am On Sep 02, 2018
GOOD FOR HIM.
Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Dollarship(m): 7:06am On Sep 02, 2018
femi4:
180/30 = N6,000 per day

If it take 4hrs to charge a phone and charges 10 simultaneously.

Working for 16hrs = 40 phones charged per day
@ N200 per phone, he all make = 40*200 = N8000

Now, that make sense
my side na 50naira per phone

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Impulse80(m): 7:24am On Sep 02, 2018
femi4:
180/30 = N6,000 per day

If it take 4hrs to charge a phone and charges 10 simultaneously.

Working for 16hrs = 40 phones charged per day
@ N200 per phone, he all make = 40*200 = N8000

Now, that make sense

200 naira to charge phone?

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Queenext: 8:08am On Sep 02, 2018
femi4:
180/30 = N6,000 per day

If it take 4hrs to charge a phone and charges 10 simultaneously.

Working for 16hrs = 40 phones charged per day
@ N200 per phone, he all make = 40*200 = N8000

Now, that make sense
so u can charge a phone for #200.why not buy the fuel and charge your phone, and still watch TV... It's 50naira

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by dingbang(m): 9:07am On Sep 02, 2018
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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by SegunAj(m): 9:09am On Sep 02, 2018
femi4:
180/30 = N6,000 per day

If it take 4hrs to charge a phone and charges 10 simultaneously.

Working for 16hrs = 40 phones charged per day
@ N200 per phone, he all make = 40*200 = N8000

Now, that make sense
BRAIN dey pain you?
How you go use 200 just to charge phone how much come be one litter of fuel

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Robboggs: 9:11am On Sep 02, 2018
SegunAj:
BRAIN dey pain you?
How you go use 200 just to charge phone how much come be one litter of fuel

Hahahah

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by lakesider(m): 9:12am On Sep 02, 2018
generationz:
I doubt he makes up to this in profits every month
while he isnt the first to venture into this business , a lot of factors will determine if he would be able to make such a huge profit monthly.

The nature of that areas power supply ( erratic or constant), how much he spends on fuel monthly , where he is located ( marketplace or residencial area) , and his securitt measures to ensure no phone is stolen are some of the biggest factors that will affect his income.

That's why you remain poor and blame buhari and gej daily

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by sotall(m): 9:12am On Sep 02, 2018
SegunAj:
BRAIN dey pain you?
How you go use 200 just to charge phone how much come be one litter of fuel

Please add this picture

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by diebuhari1: 9:13am On Sep 02, 2018
God punish Buhari for this.
If only electricity was stable.

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by EmekaBlue(m): 9:13am On Sep 02, 2018
In a dark country.

That's to show how dark d zoo is, to make this much a month

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by EmagNig(m): 9:13am On Sep 02, 2018
generationz:
I doubt he makes up to this in profits every month
while he isnt the first to venture into this business , a lot of factors will determine if he would be able to make such a huge profit monthly.

The nature of that areas power supply ( erratic or constant), how much he spends on fuel monthly , where he is located ( marketplace or residencial area) , and his securitt measures to ensure no phone is stolen are some of the biggest factors that will affect his income.


You people just come up with theories.... I know of a lady in abeokuta, she has nothing less than 50 sockets at her shop and there is no time that you pass around there that the entire sockets wont be occupied...Multiply that by N50 and by the hours of the day and subtract N2000 for fuel

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by kindnyce(m): 9:13am On Sep 02, 2018
People have to be creative to make a living

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Abfinest007(m): 9:15am On Sep 02, 2018
seriously but I think u will make more money if u can charge d brain of one lifeless man

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Benekruku(m): 9:16am On Sep 02, 2018
kindnyce:
People have to be creative to make a living


That's the spirit.

Some rather be putting their woes on the government all years. probably expecting the government to come put food on their table

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Rainbow12345(m): 9:16am On Sep 02, 2018
generationz:
I doubt he makes up to this in profits every month
while he isnt the first to venture into this business , a lot of factors will determine if he would be able to make such a huge profit monthly.

The nature of that areas power supply ( erratic or constant), how much he spends on fuel monthly , where he is located ( marketplace or residencial area) , and his securitt measures to ensure no phone is stolen are some of the biggest factors that will affect his income.

seriously he even make more than that, I went there #50 per charge.

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Nobody: 9:16am On Sep 02, 2018
generationz:
I doubt he makes up to this in profits every month
while he isnt the first to venture into this business , a lot of factors will determine if he would be able to make such a huge profit monthly.

The nature of that areas power supply ( erratic or constant), how much he spends on fuel monthly , where he is located ( marketplace or residencial area) , and his securitt measures to ensure no phone is stolen are some of the biggest factors that will affect his income.


Nice Analysis, revenue is different from profit.

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Mosesm(m): 9:18am On Sep 02, 2018
femi4:
180/30 = N6,000 per day

If it take 4hrs to charge a phone and charges 10 simultaneously.

Working for 16hrs = 40 phones charged per day
@ N200 per phone, he all make = 40*200 = N8000

Now, that make sense

Most phones will be fully charged within 1 hr if the voltage is full.

So he can charge as many 200 phones per day depending on patronage

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by sevo(m): 9:18am On Sep 02, 2018
generationz:
I doubt he makes up to this in profits every month
while he isnt the first to venture into this business , a lot of factors will determine if he would be able to make such a huge profit monthly.

The nature of that areas power supply ( erratic or constant), how much he spends on fuel monthly , where he is located ( marketplace or residencial area) , and his securitt measures to ensure no phone is stolen are some of the biggest factors that will affect his income.


Aunty Thomas...keep doubting while the aboki dey make him mullaa.
You would be surprised by the kind of money people make doing "mediocre" business

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Tundeobama(m): 9:18am On Sep 02, 2018
you cant try this business in west and make much profit when your neighbors will on gen u can easily plug it there.

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by Sicilyjoe: 9:18am On Sep 02, 2018
SegunAj:
BRAIN dey pain you?
How you go use 200 just to charge phone how much come be one litter of fuel

U think say na everybody get gen? Out of hundred u can only see 30 peoples that own generator

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Re: Man Earns N180,000 From Phone Charging Monthly In Lafia by uncleck: 9:18am On Sep 02, 2018
una don start again.

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