In the face of harsh economic realities in the country that have forced many citizens to drop their standard of living, Rivers State born musician, Duncan Mighty has offered his honest words of advice to young people who get into trouble for trying to live a life style they cannot afford.
In his social media message the “Port Harcourt” first son crooner told Nigerian youths to be contented with what they have while buying cheaper alternatives of whatever they need “contentment is the key, that you do not have today, doesn’t mean you won’t have it tommorrow”. He shared this on a new gram post.
He wrote, “Learn to enjoy your garri and groundnut with chilled water for lunch and remove your eyes from fried rice and chicken that you can not afford now, enjoy your Zobo for now and cease longing for Champagne that’s not yet yours…. Wear your second hand clothes- Okrika with pride till you can afford visiting boutiques.
Thank God that with 15k Android, you can ping so enjoy it and leave iPhone7 till you can afford it…. Braid is beautiful on African women, enjoy it and don’t kill yourself over Brazilian hair.
The bottom line is…CONTENTMENT… is the key …that you do not have it today doesn’t mean you wont have it tomorrow. Be determined and work harder…”