‘I Sell Okrika To Buy My N36M Car’ – Nigerian Lady Reveals (Watch Video)

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In a bid to interview young business owners, a 21-year-old lady, Amaka, who fails to disappoint as she raises the bar is one of the trending conversations online.

In the video making the rounds online, Amaka claimed to have bought a Mercedes Benz SUV worth N36M with her Okrika business.

According to research, Okrika business is one of the fastest growing businesses in Nigeria. The business deals with the sale of second-hand clothing in Nigeria. 

People buy clothes in bulk from America or Europe, and then sell them at a cheaper rate in local or online markets. In the viral video, content creator, MC Mbakara decided to interview 21-year-old Amaka after seeing the luxurious car she was driving.

When asked how she was able to afford the car, she said she runs an Okrika business that rakes in millions of naira monthly and attributed the high turnover to using the right business strategy.

Speaking about social media marketing, Amaka utters that she majorly sells her wares on social media, and so far, she has been able to acquire a car worth N36M.

21-year-old Amaka added that she spent N9M annually for her apartment in the Lekki area of Lagos, among other achievements.

Clearing the air, Amaka maintained that she funds her lifestyle with her hard-earned money, and that she is not being bankrolled by a man.

As expected, the video has started going viral on Facebook, Twitter and by extension stirred mixed reactions among internet users with many expressing doubt about her source of income.

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See reactions below;

“If you don’t believe her, go to court.”

“Hahahaha ok business did she use to inport the container of the ok hmmmmm.”

“And I never buy Benz with my punting business Madam please which business exactly are you trading on currently or am I missing something from the back view pot.”

“If she is a supplier in wholesale why not. In Nigeria people buy Okrika more than new clothes so the demand is high. And if she is well positioned in the supply chain its simplya matter of time. Or she might have raised part of it and got loans to cover the rest while she offsets with time.”

“She’s into CLITOCURRENCY. That’s it.”

“Okrika when my guy sell for 3 years and nothing come out… truth go come out soon.”

“Ashawo!!! Nothing wey you wan tell me.”

“Her headquarter go don see shege”

“Lol who dey sell okirika no dey even wear watin she dey sell abi na lekki dog’s clothes she dey sell.”


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