Nollywood actress, Mary Remmy Njoku has sent a message to future billionaires, alerting them against making the same mistake as she.
She revealed that for years, she asked God to make her a billionaire but she didn’t specify the currency. Though, she believes it’s not too late, she pointed out how many are billionaires in Ugandan shillings.
Using herself as an example, she warned future billionaires to avoid repeating such and be specific when praying to God.
She went on to lament over how many millionaires can’t even love a comfortable lifestyle because of the country’s economy.
“For years I prayed to God to make me a Billionaire. But I forgot to specify the currency. Well, it’s not too late Sha!
Dear fellow future Billionaires, don’t make the same mistake, be specific when you’re communicating with your heavenly Provider.
Cos some of us na Billionaires in Ugandan Shillings”.
She captioned her post with, “These days even millionaires in naira cannot live a very comfortable life”.
Since President Tinubu came into power, Mary Njoku has never ceased to cry out over the situation of things in the country.
Months back, Mary had cried out over the situation of things in the country, as she revealed that she paid 664 naira for the toll gate.
She noted how it now takes more than the minimum monthly wage to fill the tank of a car as she questioned if she was cheated.
The wife of Jason Njoku had narrated how she went shopping and spent N100k at the supermarket, yet her trolley was not full.
A bewildered Mary noted how the ‘Sapa’ (poverty) in Nigeria is on a high as she questioned what the minimum wage is, and how the average citizens are planning for Christmas.
To add to it, Njoku had bemoaned after buying Panadol Night for N8,500. She stated that henceforth, no one should stress her after 5 pm as Night stress is now expensive.
In other news, Mary Njoku posed an important question to celebrities on life after stardom.
Pointing out how no one stays at the top forever, Mary questioned what would become of them once their fame ended.
She further asked if they have a real life to fall back on or have burnt down their real life.