By Harry Awurumibe, Editor, Abuja Bureau
Faced by the harsh economic hardship occasioned by the outbreak of novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and its attendant job loses, an Online Entrepreneur and Financial Trading advisor, Micheal Akinwale has asked Nigerians to embrace e-Trading Business.
Akinwale who is the Lead Consultant at RallyTrade and Rally Academy, a company that specializes in services for Online Entrepreneurs and Investors stated that the economic situation in Nigeria and across the world has made it imperative that smart people should device multiple streams of income.
Speaking on Wednesday at a One-Day seminar titled: ‘Digital Wealth Recovery Megaton Conference’ held at The Statement Hotel, Central Business District, Abuja, Akinwale, categorically said the objective of the event was to show many Nigerians how to guarantee digital wealth especially in the present economic situation in Nigeria.
According to him, “It goes without saying that two sectors that are not affected by recession are Food sector and Financial (e-Trading) sector respectively. And what makes e-Trading unique are age and sex does not matter, it requires only internet while participants do not have to know people in the high places”.
Akinwale listed the benefits of Digital Trading or e-Trading as working from home, minimal investment, no competition, boss and employees among others.
He asked Nigerians to take the advice of an American billionaire, Warren Buffett which says “never depend on single income” seriously, adding that “Rally Academy got the back of anyone looking to add a new stream of income via Online Business”.
Aside showing participants how to trade on Wednesday at the event, Rally Academy organised raffle draw which saw many people winning huge amount of money start e-Trading and items like plasma television sets, android tablets and phones and many other things.
No fewer than two thousand people attended the seminar with many registering in the RallyTrade e-Business to start trading just as huge bonuses were handed out to those who made immediate deposit in their new accounts.