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Alibaba Speaks on Davido’s Claims of Making N500M in One Night, Says it’s Just a Tip

January 12, 2018 at 08:41
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Alibaba thinks the entertainment industry can do more.

Ace comedian, Alibaba in a lenghty Instagram post has validated Davido’s claims of making half a billion Naira. According to the singer, his 30Billion concert of the  27th of December 2016 earned him N500M.

According to the comedian, the entertainment industry has more potentials than other industries. He advised that other professionals should stop comparing themselves with entertainers.

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His words below;

This afternoon, at about 1pm, I got a message on my WhatsApp asking me to confirm if Davido can actually make the kind of money he claims to have made. I thought the sender was patronizing… or as we say in Warri “e dey use style find my mouth”.
But this evening, I got another chat from a Banker, who wanted to know if the kind of money he is hearing could be made from a concert. I could not ignore this one. He is the Chief Risk Officer of a top 5 bank. So, I took my time to mention how possible it is to even make more than the figure he has heard being mentioned.
In 2007…
I worked on an Entertainment, sports, hospitality and recreation R&D project with some great minds. That was 10 years ago. And after all information and surveys were gathered, we found out that between 5-8Billions… Yes billions… are spent between Friday and Sunday. 10 years on, from another survey carried out last year, its now over 15billion every weekend. The financial dynamics can be dazzling.
That’s showbizness.

“The Point People Miss”

It’s unfair, or better put, a total waste of efforts to compare your career as a banker, doctor, lawyer, accountant, engineer and businessman, to that of people in the sector listed above. Usain Bolt for instance could make the profits of some banks just by taking part in 3 meets. Because the prize money, endorsements and investments, could amount to some cool dollars. Just convert that. Mayweather is another case in point.
THE POINT PEOPLE MISS IS THIS… The Entertainment sector is a gold mine that activates commercial activities in allied sectors. Sectors like, banking, security, hospitality, food and beverage, fashion, video & photo coverage, equipment rental, printing, advertising, branding, luxury market, marketing, legal, graphics, insurance, stage, engineering, medical, transportation, tourism, events management, comedy, broadcasting content, telecommunications, data consumption… and more. ZENITH BANK, GTB, HERITAGE, PEPSI, GLO… know this. And it can be a 200billion every weekend sector. We are far behind considering the potentials we have. So yes. N500m IS A TIP

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Winnie
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Winnie

A tip? Jesus i need such a blessing in my life

Patrick
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Patrick

The industry has a lot of money i see

Irene
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Irene

Its possible to make even more

Faith
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Faith

Tip? and you don’t say

Godfrey
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Godfrey

There is bigger potential more needs to be done

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Omaku Josephine Ananeyi is a Journalist with keen interest in social reformation, a spontaneous writer, an impulsive reader, and a talker. She currently writes for Ghafla Nigeria.

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