Businesses to start with little or no capital in Nigeria in 2022.

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  1. Laundry business: This is one of the most lucrative businesses to start based on popular opinion. Due to the hustle and bustle of everyday life, menial jobs like cleaning, cooking, driving etc. and other service-based jobs have become major source of income and employment opportunity.
  • LOCATION: Source for a good location in an urban or suburb area (preferably a residential area) with little competition.
  • RESEARCH: Make your findings about the weather, resources and market structures of the area.
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  1. Poultry and livestock farming
  2. Snail farming
  3. Crop production
  4. Fish farming
  5. Swine and Rabbit production
  6. Horticulture

Among many others.

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So that’s some of the businesses you can start in Nigeria or any other country of the world. However, do not invest or venture into a business you have no idea about; either because of the juicy pay or connection attached to it. You could lose everything! You’ll never know what you can do until you try, so, best of luck on this new journey of yours. I believe in you and know you can do it. Just give it a trial today and trust the process.

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