A 22-year-old member of the National Youth Service Corps member serving in Kaduna State, Jemila Yusuf, says she makes N60,000 from the sale of beauty products and beauty consultancy.
Yusuf, who resides at Shooting Range Area of Kaduna, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria.
She said: “I’m a graduate of Mass Communication and I have passion for beauty.
“I like women who care about their looks and do all the needful to take care of themselves.
“Due to the passion I have, I decided to join an international beauty company (name withheld) in November last year, where I was able to run my business online.
“The company is a multilevel marketing company where one can gain not only from selling products but also by registering interested people.,
“In order words, you don’t need much capital to start.”
Yusuf said she started the business with N22,000 and was able to get N6,000 profit after selling the products she bought.
The beauty consultant also noted that she had trained four people in the business who were all female and were doing well, adding that she earned through them too.
Yusuf explained that the business had helped her greatly in solving her financial needs and helped her looked good, adding that she no longer seeks financial assistance from her parents.
She mentioned that she intends to train more people, especially young graduate, and stay at home mum in the business and make more sales in the nearest future.
She called on youths to learn a trade or engage in legal and authentic online businesses that would earn them money while they wait for a white collar job.
She said: “Times have changed.
“As a graduate, you have no reason to be idle due to unavailability of white collar job.
“Start something and help yourself.”