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How to get daily urgent 2K



🎵Sapa, Sapa no fit catch me. I know, I know the God I am serving. Money goes dey on the ground.🎵

Yes, money has to be on the ground. Let’s be sincere, ‘sapa’ has sometimes won the battle. Those times when our account will be red like the blood that came out of an injury or the figures in our account will be like a radio channel.

Those moments when we would begin to remember who owes us money or who promised us money.The feeling of wanting that snack or food but can’t because your bank account and your school grade point are looking the same.

I understand that you would not want to go back there if you have been there before and you won’t want to perceive that place if you haven’t been there.

The cry for urgent 2k will have to stop. Read along if you want to stop singing the urgent 2k anthem.

1. Sell unused items: Clothes you are not wearing again or equipment you are not using. Sell them. Iron benders and aluminum will pass your house. Sell those items. They are not for decoration in the house. You are using them. Sell them and get that urgent 2k you want.

2. Offer freelance services: Can you write? Can you offer consultation services? Can you design? Can you edit tge videos? There are so many skills that are in high demand. Stop crying for urgent 2k and browse ways of offering your skill.

3. Rent out a room or space: Do you have an empty room or space or your room is too big? Divide into two. Stay in one part and rent the rest to someone who needs it. You can ask the person to pay daily. Daily urgent 2k is settled.

4. Participate in online surveys or challenges: Some sites will pay you to carry out simple daily tasks or surveys or challenges. This is done on your bed, from the comfort of your home. What more could you ask for?

5. Borrow from friends and family: This is the most convenient and easiest. Just pick up your phone and cry to mama and papa for urgent 2k and you will have it. After all, mama and papa wouldn’t want to see you crying for money.

6. Offer pet sitting or dog walking services: Some busy people have pets but hardly have the time to tend to those pets. Approach them and say “I will take care of your pet daily for 2k daily”. Daily urgent 2k is solved.

7. Apply for a loan: You’ve looked around and there was nothing to get your hands on and no one to give you. Check out different loan apps and grab the urgent 2k that is being offered. Do well to return the money on the said date.

8. Offer babysitting services: Many ladies nowadays are working class. After giving birth, they are offered, at most, 3 months of maternal leave. After three months, they resume work, and babies are not allowed. Approach those people. Solve that problem for your daily urgent 2k.

9. Participate in gig community: Join communities that are offering gigs. That is a one-time contract job. You are paid immediately after the job is done. Imagine getting gigs daily. Daily urgent 2k wahala has carried its load.

10. Sell information or handmade goods: Are you good at crocheting, knitting, hair styling, and cosmetics or you are vast in a particular field of study? Get down to work and get cooking. Make and sell wigs, food, organic creams, knitted clothes, and books.

These methods are for daily urgent 2k. I don’t want anybody singing or crying for daily urgent 2k. I have dropped an update.

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The reality TV star who recently lost her hubby posted this on her (formerly Twitter) on Thursday morning.

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See her post below:

“Public Announcement:

“I believe it is necessary for me to clarify a misconception that has been circulating amongst the public. There are individuals who falsely claim that I was divorced from my late husband prior to his untimely passing. This is entirely untrue. I was legally and traditionally married to Mr. Jones, and I am now his widow. I have no intention of remarriage or changing my marital status by dropping my husband’s name.

“I kindly request that everyone respects this statement and refrains from spreading any form of misinformation.”



Ms. Katrina Jones

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He stated this on Thursday, May 30th via his Instagram page story where he posted things Nigerian government should consider in their current administration.

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Old dollar price

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According to him, he sold bus tickets—a job of motor park touts, popularly called “agbero.”

In a recent interview, the music star disclosed that he had to leave home because his lecturer dad didn’t initially support his decision to be a musician.

He said: “Honestly, he [my dad] was indifferent at first. But my stubbornness and consistency paid off [laughs].

“I ran away from the house at some point in my life to pursue music personally. And I had to do all sorts of stuff to survive. Selling bus tickets and selling foods at parties.”

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He added that the experience he had in the ghetto helped him make better decisions.

Interview video link:

Credit: Daily Post

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