By Henry Iheanacho
A young Nigerian lady Gloria Ogo has sold the shares she bought more than decade ago without any appreciation on the value.
She revealed in a Facebook post on Monday that the shares were bought for N22,300 in 2007, at a time decentralised digital currency, Bitcoin was valued at less than a dollar.
In 2022, which is 15 years later, she sold it for N20,000, meaning there was no significant return to show for the investment.
The lady shared a receipt of the purchase of bank shares in 2007, adding that prior to the sale, she only managed to get N6k.
Her words: “I bought Access Bank shares in 2007 for 22,300. “Sold it today, 15 years later, for 20k. “Nigeria really happened to my shares.”
Emiko Roy; How I wish, it was 23k Worth of BTC you bought in 2007???
Joseph Nkeanyichukwu; Corruption happened to it
Engr Dennison DennIs; Imagine it in BTC
Chika Moses Chris-Achinihu; Same with me, mine even worse. Bought 2005 from a Bank. after it was acquired and made ordinary shares of 5 units as 1 units. My 50 units turned 10 units. Access acquired Intercontinental, and turned the 10 units to 2 units.
Nuga Temitayo Olanrewaju; A guided and well informed investment in property would never give you such result…
Contact a registered Estate Surveyor & Valuer (the real property experts) for advise…