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Your Allawee Will Never Be Enough... Here's How To Earn Extra Money by TheEnewerome(f): 12:32pm On Nov 22, 2019
I remember how depressed I was when I got my call-up letter. It read Edo state. I was so disappointed that there was barely anything that could make me happy.

I wanted Ogun state badly so I could be close to Lagos and breeze in and out for events. But NYSC wanted to rain on my parade. So I took it in good faith and started to prepare for camp.

As at that time, I had left a very stressful 8 am to 7:30 pm job, and it hit me that camp was just two weeks away and I had no back-up plan. In fact, the money I had saved from my job was not enough to buy all I needed for camp.

One day, luck shone on me.

Before I left my old job, I had been writing and posting in Facebook groups. Sometimes I got a few likes, sometimes I didn't. I wasn't discouraged because I knew I wasn't posting for likes. However, what I didn't know was people were watching me.

So one day, I got a call from someone who had been reading my works and that was how I got into writing and earning from it. I was no longer writing just to post on Facebook; I was writing and getting paid for it. To cut the story short, in two weeks, I was able to earn enough money to buy all I needed for camp with extra pocket money for Mami market.

Why did I share my story?

Some of you reading this are current corps members, recent University graduates or even ex corps members without a job. You keep calling those relatives to send you money and they don't answer.

Your excitement at graduating or finishing NYSC has died down because you are DONE AND DUSTED but broke as hell.

I know what it means to be broke. I was in this situation before. And I know a lot of young graduates, students, corps members and ex corps members are in this situation too. Will you keep asking your parents and relatives for money when you can earn with your phone? Will you keep applying for jobs and getting no positive feedback when you can start doing something to make your wait worthwhile?

It is because of you I have decided to host a one-day intensive online training on how you can write and earn from it. The good thing is this training is the cheapest I have ever done in my life.

You don't have an excuse not to jump on this offer. For N1,000 only, you get to learn how to write and earn from it. I will even show you the secrets I use in getting clients.

Today, I am comfortable doing what I love and earning from it. And no, I don't have a 9-5 job because writing I paying my bills.

If you want to jump on this opportunity, click on this link

If you are not tired of begging for money from relatives then ignore this. And if you're tired of that relative who is always begging for money, you can enrol them in this class so that they'll leave you alone.

It is better to teach someone how to fish than to give them fish all the time.

So, STUDENTS, GRADUATES, CORPS MEMBERS, EX CORPS MEMBERS, your destiny is in your hands. N1,000 is all you need for a change of story.

For more information about me, click on this link https://web.facebook.com/esther.odafe
or https://web.facebook.com/groups/FromHobbyToCareerAfrica/

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