If you live in Nigeria, the “change” in the last 4 years has left everywhere with a sense of scarcity and decline.

To insist on staying in Nigeria means that you have to consider finding multiple sources of income.

I remember sitting at a meeting during a government project I was working on the time where we were discussing this.

The individual in question said this words and they have stayed with me ever since: “Tap into a global supply chain”.

In January this year, I tried organising a training program. No thanks to the elections and the fact that we were new in the market, the program failed.

I would spend the whole of April and May totally broke. By the time I was buoyant again, I had learned my lesson.

Today, I plan to create digital assets. I no longer believe that Nigeria is the right environment for businesses to thrive.

In order to make money online, there has to be a way for you to collect your funds.

PayPal has imposed severe limitations on Nigeria which might never be lifted. So the best option to making money online is to find an alternative.

Payoneer is the best alternative to PayPal online. In Nigeria, its how I collect my online payments.

I sell book online. The biggest obstacle I had to overcome after my doubt was how I was the thought about how I was going to collect my money in Nigeria.

Research would lead me to Payoneer . I would discover how to integrate with Amazon to collect my royalties. Now every month, I collect royalties from Amazon.

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The above image shows you how much Payoneer is trusted in the industry. The continue working with many trusted partners across the web.

So, if you are interested in making money online, please give Payoneer a try.

Published by Truston Ailende

Truston Ailende is an Engineer, Entrepreneur and Educator. He has over 10 years of industry experience in ICT and has developed applications for the desktop, web and mobile. He worked as the CodeLagos Facilitator Lead from the inception of the project in April 2017 to November 2018. During those 20 months, he led the training programs for CodeLagos In School Facilitators and was responsible for the recruitment, selection, training and allocation of CodeLagos Out of School Facilitators. He has a BSC in Systems Engineering from the University of Lagos, Nigeria. He is passionate about Game Development, Simulation Programming and Robotics.

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