- A young man, Olusina Daodu, had a big hiatus from his business as he made a deal with an American entertainment company
- The general manager of 1860 Travels revealed that he got into logistics to make a living after school.
- With the partner he has with the American company, he will take care of the movements of the artists under the outfit
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A 37-year-old man, Olusina Daodu, has revealed that he secured his high-profile partnership with an entertainment company in America that changed his life from nothing to something straight from his bedroom.
Olusina, who is the managing director of a travel agency, 1860 Travels, recounted her experience from weed to grace to Legit.ng via a phone call with our regional correspondent, Adeoye Adewunmi.
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How it all began
He said he joined his friend’s brother’s travel agency immediately after college in order to earn a living and years after starting his own, having gained the experience needed to triumph in the business.
Daodu noted that he started his travel consulting business without having a physical office until the turnaround agreement with the entertainment company came up and he started having branches in most states. from the country.
What the new agreement brings
Olusina explained that the deal was to provide travel assistance services to Nigerian artists the entertainment company works with.
So he expressed his sincere thanks to God for such an opportunity that few people have had.
He told :
âWhen I left school, I joined my friend to support his brother and then his brother had just started a travel agency. He specialized in visa advice, travel advice, travel, ticket booking and everything in between.
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âAnd not too long ago, my friend traveled and then I was the one who left and so I became the personal assistant to the owner of the agency.
Olusina explained in more detail how he continued his activities:
âSo we worked together, and then I gained experience. And it got to a point where I knew I could do things on my own too.
âAnd by the time I had to go, I was just consulting and didn’t even have an office. I was just working from home and it was just about the experience and what I had to offer.
On how the big breakthrough came about, he said:
âIt was during the process that we had a bigger turnaround that led us to open offices in different parts of the country after partnering with an entertainment agency in the United States of America and we started to support their artists with travel needs in the area of ââproviding support services to some notable Nigerian artists.
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“Since then, I would say and I am thankful to God and grateful to everyone who supported us in making this achievement happen.”
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He quit a job at CBN
Meanwhile, Legit.ng Earlier reported that a Nigerian identified as Mojib Olasupo Baruwa had gone online to recount how his move had gone since leaving Nigeria in 2020.
He said he had to resign his post at the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), adding that his friends thought he was crazy for quitting such a good job.
Olasupo said he had to do it because he wanted to be with his wife and daughter so badly. He said relocation has never been easy but has learned a lot.