How to become a millionaire like Holy Dave

November 30, 2021 at 13:58
How to become a millionaire like Holy Dave

Holy Dave is a certified multi-millionaire thanks to his business acumen. Given the fact that he is a gospel artist, we cannot pretend he made his fortune courtesy of his talents because… Kenya.

However, he has been one of the smartest businessmen of our generation and has been making silent moves that have ensured his financial freedom and wellbeing. The answer to the question of what exactly he’s been investing in is AirBnB.

I get it, the government has decided to meddle in that particular business but the truth of the matter is that it is a very smart business to get involved in if you can. Here’s why…

Ever since the beer bug hit, people have been eager to get back outside and explore the world. That refers to both local and foreign travellers. But… Hotels have been going under at such an alarming rate (another reminder of how great Tano Tena played out for our nation).

Holy dave has essentially done the feasibility test for you and yours: he started with just one spot and now has added a second (or third). The best part about it is that it would make the perfect side hustle. All you really have to do is invest in renting an apartment or home and furnishing it. Once that is done, you post it online and manage the requests from people looking to spend a weekend or a week in your pad.

Holy Dave knows that the absolute sweetest part of this deal is that most people pay via dollars. And at this point, Co-op bank becomes the perfect partner for your endeavours.

That’s right, Co-op Bank comes in because they have a solution tailor-made just for you. These solutions include:

Online card payments
Boost your sales by integrating into our online card payment solution to receive card payments from customers from different banks and from anywhere in the world.

These are Co-op Bank ATM’s, Debit or Credit Cards. All payments for purchases or goods delivered can easily be checked off by swiping these cards.

With card payments, it’s easier to track stock levels, and enjoy an easy check out flow.


This is a device that refers to a payment terminal accessed by Visa cards to make electronic fund transfers. They are common in malls, supermarkets and fuel stations.

POS stands for Point Of Sale in a business outlet. PDQ stands for ‘Process Data Quickly’.

Co-op Bank avails PDQ/POS machines to their clients. These machines greatly boost sales by enabling them receive card payments from customers from different banks.

A trader enjoys timely reports, easier tracking of income and expenses.

Lipa Na M-Pesa Till Number

Co-op Bank provides this service in partnership with Safaricom M-Pesa service. The bank offers to process a till number for their client’s businesses, at no charge.

This helps a business to receive cashless payments via Lipa na M-Pesa Till Number – usualy displayed at payment point at the business premises.

The money clients pay through the Till number is deposited directly into the client’s Co-op Bank account.

The payments paid into the account can be accessed anytime via Co-op Bank’s mobile banking platform, ATMs, Co-op Kwa Jirani agents, Internet banking or at any branch across the republic.

M-Pesa Paybill 400200

Co-op Bank’s official M-Pesa Paybill number – 400200 – enables a trader to receive payments directly into their Co-op Bank account.

The money reflects into the account immediately. One can also check for the payment confirmation via mobile banking or internet banking platforms.

Alternatively, one can receive notifications via text if they have subscribed to the MCo-op Cash SMS notifications.

The funds are accessible anytime via the banks’s mobile banking platform, Co-op Kwa Jirani agents, ATMs, Internet banking or at the branch.

M-Coop Cash

This feature is not limited to business owners, but to everyone with a Co-op bank account. It’s applicable to all needs that require exchange of money.

Encourage colleagues, family members, clients or business associates who have Co-op Bank accounts to send money directly account using the MCo-op Cash App or via USSD *667#.

How does a business boost sales?

  • Easier tracking of expenses.
  • Timely business reports.
  • Easy check out flow.

Instant payment confirmation via SMS notifications or via internet banking platform.

Payments are deposited into Co-op Bank account – easy access anytime via mobile banking platform, ATMs, Co-op Kwa Jirani agents, internet banking and at the branch.

How does a client register for Co-op Bank online banking?

You can log in and transact using any internet-enabled device including mobile phone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer.

Registration is INSTANT and FREE of charge. All you need is your National ID and any of your Co-op Bank ATM cards. Click here to register.

You’ll create your own username and password, which you can re-set anytime in case you forget or feel the need to change.

Every time you log in or do a transaction, you’ll have to enter an OTP (One Time Password) which is sent to your mobile number or email address.

This is a security feature Co-op Bank has in place to keep accounts secure.


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