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Nigeria is a hub for businesses to grow and this is why there are many trending businesses
in the country. Through these businesses, a countless number of Nigerians have emerged millionaires.
This very article comprises the top 4 trending businesses in Nigeria. And by the word “trending’’, we believe they are quite fashionable and many Nigerians engage in them.
Tourism is an exciting avenue for people to visit attractive places and share memories about interesting adventures. Although little is what some people know about its profitability, tourism is a comfortable way for investors to make huge revenue. Many countries are now sprucing up their tourist attractions in a bid to generate more revenue from tourism.
Impressively, Nigeria is not exempt from this as numerous tourist attractions
can be found across its geographical landscape.
Nowadays, many people leave their countries on tourist mission just because they’re curious about discovering the beautiful atmospheres of other countries.
In point of fact, no sane Nigerian would doubt the profitability of online businesses. Across the world, online businesses have become great avenues for people to make whopping profit without any hassle.
Ranging from blogging and e-commerce to online video sharing, internet-based
businesses have thrived to so high a degree and the interesting fact is that
Nigerians are not excluded from this. If you’re conversant with online businesses, you will easily agree that Konga and Jumia constitute the platforms that make it easy for Nigerian buyers and sellers to meet each other online.
Contemporary entertainment has gone beyond impressing people with artist talents such as acting, comedy and singing. In actual fact, it has become a glaring avenue for talented people to turn their passions/skills into wealth. Ranging from film production to music distribution, entertainment businesses constitute the lucrative and trending activities in Nigeria.
In case you don’t know, haulage requires the leasing of trucks and other large vehicles to people who need to transport bulky goods from one place to another. Without any doubts, haulage is one of the trending businesses that have produced thousands of Nigerian millionaires.
Nowadays, some people can’t afford to board a train in conveying bulky goods due to the poor maintenance of Nigeria’s railway system.
Consequently, many people hire trucks and other large vehicles in order to convey goods on a large scale.
Depending on the distance to be covered and the amount of goods to transport, a truck owner can charge his customers from #30,000 to #200, 000.