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IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by Voy(m): 10:33pm On Jul 09, 2020
This is probably the most difficult writeup I've done in recent times, but don't leave me yet...

You see, I love the Igbo tribe so much that I had to write Jamb three times and insisted on studying in an Igbo speaking state... Unfortunately, UNN and ESUT refused me admission, while I rejected to study Chemical Engineering in The Federal Polytechnic, Afikpo; Ebonyi State.

I've lived, mingled and transacted with lots of my Igbo business men and one thing stands out...

They are all ritualist...

A friend recently had a printing contract, and needed to come to Lagos to buy some of the things, like papers et all...

So, he approached the Mushin Market, with his well starched, ironed with visible contour; and a beautiful pair of shoe..

With high shoulder, he stepped out of the house to the admiration of street babes...

To him, going to buy materials worth almost 500k was a big deal, but he came back feeling slightly depressed...

Da, what's wrong, I asked politely having observed his mood...

For some minutes, he couldn't say anything...

So I thought he's been duped and brainwashed not to tell anyone,,,

You know the games na..

In the end, he said mildly; Da, fear igbo men ooo...

What happened, I asked again?

His response made me laugh so loud...

If you see what I saw today eh!

After I made a transfer to the guy for the 250k Papers I bought, for him to confirm the money has entered; he showed me the alert, and my eyes went to the account balance...

Bro, I saw 50million plus in the guy's account...

I mean, this guy was wearing bathroom slippers, Short and a small t-shirt...

There must be something else he does...

He must be a "ritualist"...

I immediately reacted in defense of the guy...

This mindset has been nurtured for too long by people of different tribes...

In my over 10years of associating with Igbo friends, I have been able to confirm that they are all positive "ritualist"...

May be we all need to look up the meaning of rituals...

The sudden wealth of an Igbo man is as a result of years of accumulation.

Igbo Business men who are already Millionaires will still look like one who hasn't seen N1 in a whole year...

They don't live in an expensive house while trying to build wealth...

They don't buy the most expensive cars when trying to build wealth, if they do during Christmas, they are selling it in January when they return from the village...

They don't go for expensive clothes while trying to build wealth...

They don't impress babes with money, while trying to build wealth...

But, the moment they've accumulated enough, everything mentioned above will be done in double of what anyone else has been doing,,,

They have a life ritual to build wealth...

They have healthy competition among themselves, if you think I'm lying, go to Anambra and see houses...

The major ritual of an Igbo Business man is patience, while building...

That is why, whenever I go to their shops and they call me my oga, I will quickly return it to them... Igbo man will respect and almost worship you just to sell his goods to you, but meet outside his shop, he tells you; get away there!

The sudden wealth of an Igbo Business man is as a result of many years of savings, and investment rituals..

So, next time you hear anyone telling you, Igbo Business men are "ritualist", be proud to let them know they are...

Because it takes strong ritual sacrifices in patience, savings and investment to build sustainable wealth...

If you are an Igbo Business man here, biko hit share to inspire your other brothers and let the world know that your rituals are positive rituals of patience, savings and investment...

One love my Igbo brothers...

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Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by Nobody: 10:37pm On Jul 09, 2020
That is Just it oooo!!!!

Let us continue with our RITUALS of painstakingly building WEALTH with PATIENCE.

We’re not Rushing, We understand that Goodies never run out and also the fact say nah who first buy something buy old model.

Flaunting My IGBONESS since 19Kpirigidim!!!

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Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by budaatum: 10:53pm On Jul 09, 2020
Sounds to me like op is stating how astute and smart Igbos actually are, though, ignorantly he calls it "rituals".

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Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by Xristars(m): 11:08pm On Jul 09, 2020
Yeah. You said that right.
Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by Grateful007: 11:36pm On Jul 09, 2020
Voy:


This is probably the most difficult writeup I've done in recent times, but don't leave me yet...

You see, I love the Igbo tribe so much that I had to write Jamb three times and insisted on studying in an Igbo speaking state... Unfortunately, UNN and ESUT refused me admission, while I rejected to study Chemical Engineering in The Federal Polytechnic, Afikpo; Ebonyi State.

I've lived, mingled and transacted with lots of my Igbo business men and one thing stands out...

They are all ritualist...

A friend recently had a printing contract, and needed to come to Lagos to buy some of the things, like papers et all...

So, he approached the Mushin Market, with his well starched, ironed with visible contour; and a beautiful pair of shoe..

With high shoulder, he stepped out of the house to the admiration of street babes...

To him, going to buy materials worth almost 500k was a big deal, but he came back feeling slightly depressed...

Da, what's wrong, I asked politely having observed his mood...

For some minutes, he couldn't say anything...

So I thought he's been duped and brainwashed not to tell anyone,,,

You know the games na..

In the end, he said mildly; Da, fear igbo men ooo...

What happened, I asked again?

His response made me laugh so loud...

If you see what I saw today eh!

After I made a transfer to the guy for the 250k Papers I bought, for him to confirm the money has entered; he showed me the alert, and my eyes went to the account balance...

Bro, I saw 50million plus in the guy's account...

I mean, this guy was wearing bathroom slippers, Short and a small t-shirt...

There must be something else he does...

He must be a "ritualist"...

I immediately reacted in defense of the guy...

This mindset has been nurtured for too long by people of different tribes...

In my over 10years of associating with Igbo friends, I have been able to confirm that they are all positive "ritualist"...

May be we all need to look up the meaning of rituals...

The sudden wealth of an Igbo man is as a result of years of accumulation.

Igbo Business men who are already Millionaires will still look like one who hasn't seen N1 in a whole year...

They don't live in an expensive house while trying to build wealth...

They don't buy the most expensive cars when trying to build wealth, if they do during Christmas, they are selling it in January when they return from the village...

They don't go for expensive clothes while trying to build wealth...

They don't impress babes with money, while trying to build wealth...

But, the moment they've accumulated enough, everything mentioned above will be done in double of what anyone else has been doing,,,

They have a life ritual to build wealth...

They have healthy competition among themselves, if you think I'm lying, go to Anambra and see houses...

The major ritual of an Igbo Business man is patience, while building...

That is why, whenever I go to their shops and they call me my oga, I will quickly return it to them... Igbo man will respect and almost worship you just to sell his goods to you, but meet outside his shop, he tells you; get away there!

The sudden wealth of an Igbo Business man is as a result of many years of savings, and investment rituals..

So, next time you hear anyone telling you, Igbo Business men are "ritualist", be proud to let them know they are...

Because it takes strong ritual sacrifices in patience, savings and investment to build sustainable wealth...

If you are an Igbo Business man here, biko hit share to inspire your other brothers and let the world know that your rituals are positive rituals of patience, savings and investment...

One love my Igbo brothers...
...U totally earned my respect on dis super intelligent analysis of the igbo race....so true an average igbo Man is a millionaire
Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by Grateful007: 11:38pm On Jul 09, 2020
Onitsha Addo...d greatest city on earth
Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by Voy(m): 7:15am On Jul 10, 2020
budaatum:
Sounds to me like op is stating how astute and smart Igbos actually are, though, ignorantly he calls it "rituals".
grin read again and again if ure still not getting
Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by wealthpreach: 7:26am On Jul 10, 2020
budaatum:
Sounds to me like op is stating how astute and smart Igbos actually are, though, ignorantly he calls it "rituals".
what is ritual? Brushing Your teeth every morning is a ritual. Make good use of your dictionary!

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Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by Voy(m): 9:20am On Jul 10, 2020
wealthpreach:
what is ritual? Brushing Your teeth every morning is a ritual. Make good use of your dictionary!
tnx for educating him

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Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by budaatum: 1:13pm On Jul 10, 2020
Voy:
grin read again and again if ure still not getting
wealthpreach:
what is ritual? Brushing Your teeth every morning is a ritual. Make good use of your dictionary!

As I said, he is making what sounds like a good thing, a bad thing.

Ritual does not mean "brush your teeth" in Nigeria.
Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by budaatum: 1:14pm On Jul 10, 2020
Voy:
grin read again and again if ure still not getting
I got you Voy.
Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by Voy(m): 9:43pm On Jul 10, 2020
budaatum:

I got you Voy.
Cc: Lalasticlala And Seun Please ask dis broda if he’s sure
Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by mrsage(m): 1:50am On Jul 11, 2020
I get the message....
Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by zimdante(m): 2:51am On Jul 11, 2020
You make it sound like all ibo are rich people, there are poor people in igboland plenty of them. But one thing stands out, even the poor do business with the little they have and can feed and cloth themselves without the goverment.

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Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by Voy(m): 10:22pm On Jul 14, 2020
mrsage:
I get the message....
✌️
Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by fajana2007(m): 11:03pm On Jul 14, 2020
Hmmm, I fear Ur write up oo, buh you can check out my signature to know if you will be interested. Stay safe always
Re: IGBO BUSINESS MEN: Sudden Wealth And Their Money Rituals! by nymphomaniac(m): 10:20am On Jun 12
Good thread though the heading will most likely be misinterpreted by many.

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