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What type of lucrative business can an illiterate do?

Please I need business ideas that could be suitable and profitable for an illiterate to do. 
I don't mean hand work... thanks
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Answered: Wilson Michael 3 months ago
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Start a personal training business or open a gym:
If you’re into some aspect of fitness, opening a gym or starting a personal training business could be a great small business idea. From general fitness coaching to becoming an instructor, to personal training, to opening your own gym, there are plenty of options in the fitness sphere, depending on where your interests lie. After all, the best business ideas for you will be the ones that play to your strengths.

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Answered: Eze Ejike 3 months ago


  • Illiteracy is like a scar on anyone it is ascribed to. Going into shells adds more salt to the injury.

  • One can engage in a vocation such as tailoring, trading, crafts work. These are lucrative jobs, as one will also be shaped to blend into the society. This can pull one out of mediocrity.


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Answered: doubra emmanuel 3 months ago

you can start a small scale of  buisness of your own 

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Answered: Kubra Atikah 1 month ago

Trading or learning a had work is suitable. He/she can learn how to sew clothes/cotton for commercial use, sell accessories or learn mechanic or shoe making. Those businesses I just mentioned are very lucrative in Nigeria.

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Answered: Anonymous 14 days ago

I think these steps will help alot.





  • Finish up and have your degree if you can

  • Get a skill that can make you money at least while working from home.

  • Save more than you spend. you can create a free Savings account on www.sumobank.ng the platform pays you 10-15% interest for all your savings and helps you spend less.

  • After you must have raised at least 30-50K on Sumobank savings platform, join Entrepreneur Platform business Academy and become an expert in a skill.


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