Nigerian singer, Yemi Alade, has cried out on social media after her belongings were ransacked and her money stolen from a hotel room in Abidjan.
The self-styled “Mama Africa” was in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, last weekend for the Creative Africa Nexus Weekend (CANEX WKND).
Alade shared the unpleasant experience in an Instagram post, saying that while she was out of her hotel room, an unidentified individual broke in and stole all of her money.
“A few minutes after I left my room, some unknown people decided to go through my things and steal: all the money they could find 🙌🙌🙌🙌 Very good”, She wrote.
In other news, Nigerian business mogul, Tony Elumelu recently shared his recipe for success.
The businessman claimed that he has achieved a lot of things today due to luck and it was very important to have it.
According to him, he did not just become lucky, he had a lot of passion and put in hard work. These were the real ingredients of luck.
In his words;
“I am where I am today because of luck. Let me be clear: Luck is important, but it is not a substitute for hard work or labour. Luck is a part of the cocktail that you need for success”
There are two ingredients for luck -hard work and passion. The more work you put into something and the more passion you apply, the “luckier” you will find yourself. You have to work hard, and be passionate and committed about what you do, to be successful and make your own luck. Hardwork and passion are within your power and control, and you should apply them to earn your own luck and to help us foster a better and more prosperous world.”