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4 Things Student Can Do To Fetch Money by Peterdavidchinw(m): 12:11am On Jan 05, 2020
I went to a federal University and I can relate to how students feel and what they pass through...getting close to exam period, it's as if all your foodstuff vanish!..lolss.. Majority live off the little money that's been sent to them by their parents or guardian. The funny thing is that the money will come with certain kinds of advice.. Something like, please manage the money, I haven't been paid this month or you know where you came from.

I hope this little piece becomes the solution you crave for.
Let me just quickly drop 4things students can do to fetch money and sustain themselves in school.
As a student, you don’t necessarily have to own the hostels where students reside; you just simply need to know the owner of the house or the care taker of the house. There is no year that fresh students don’t come into the school and old students don’t graduate from school.
Another way a student can stay afloat in campus is taking advantage of seminar and project time. In most schools in Nigeria if not all schools, before a student leaves the University they have to undergo industrial training, seminars and projects.
if you are very observant in campus community, during the final exam, students wear certain similar kinds of dress. In some, its same jacket some other time it's the same white sign out shirt where they use marker and write on it
let me quickly say that your talent is different from your skill. Talent is God's given ability while skill is acquired ability. Talent comes in raw form while skill comes in polished form. But the highest of them is profession. So in essence, convert your talent to skill and skill to profession.

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Re: 4 Things Student Can Do To Fetch Money by olumide3367(m): 1:12am On Jan 05, 2020
OK. grin. How many did u do in school?
Re: 4 Things Student Can Do To Fetch Money by Peterdavidchinw(m): 1:41am On Jan 05, 2020
I did over 7 businesses. It was as though no one was looking at those directions. So once anyone wasn't fetching me enough cash, I moved to the next business opportunity. I did business with student and lecturers and till date both the students and lecturers still keep in touch..the reason why I'm taking my time is because there are lots of opportunity but people are either not seeing it or they are overlooking it..Those opportunities are what is shared in the book.. The additional bonus is that it comes with other informative materials (free) but the book itself is 1500.. Use this link to get to me https:///2348025263536
Re: 4 Things Student Can Do To Fetch Money by nathanhik2: 1:14pm On Dec 30, 2020
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