A young man named Abdul-Qawiyy Hammed is determined to save a large amount of N2.4 billion in order to provide a wealthy future for his unborn children.
In addition to opening bank accounts for his children, the man known by the TikTok handle @hqgotrich has saved an astounding $3.2 million, or N2,443,296,000.
Man causes buzz as he opens bank accounts for unborn kids, saves ‘N2.4 billion’
This devoted father’s ultimate objective is to increase his children’s wealth enormously, with a target of $30 million (about N122,164,800,000) for each of his children.
In his word;
“My goal is to make sure my kids have an unfair advantage in the world where there are so many odds stacked against them as a black person.”
“From $42 a month to $250 million online at 25. Founder Paid Setter University… I’m Abdul-Qawiyy, a 25 year old Nigerian entrepreneur based in Dubai. I got into the online business Space at age 15 & I’ve generated $250 million dollars online for my clients who are course creators, coaches, service-based entrepreneurs looking to transition into the course business.”
His name on YouTube was Abdul-Qawiyy Hammed, according to more research. His profile page details his source of income as follows:
“From $42 a month to $250 million online at 25. Founder of Paid Setter University… I’m Abdul-Qawiyy, a 25-year-old Nigerian entrepreneur based in Dubai. I entered the online business space at the age of 15, and I’ve generated $250 million dollars online for my clients, including course creators, coaches, and service-based entrepreneurs seeking to transition into the course business.”
@Michaelina said; “Wish I had a dad like u. But again, I would be the mother that does this.”
@LALA said; “Wow im not doing enough.” Eno said: “Please tell me how to make the $3M.”
@Tacha.B said: “That’s dope!! Absolutely amazing.”
@brandonswealth said; “Yes sir exactly what I’m looking to do for my future kids aswell. Bless up.”
@Richard Mwai467 said; “It’s ok to fund ur kids but teach them too how to work for themselves its much safer for them.”