A global lottery company recently launched in Nigeria, IAuctionx has vowed to ensure that more Nigerians have access to multiple streams of income as well as improving their standard of living.
With the incessant increment in the cost of items in the country, which has led to more Nigerians falling below the poverty line, the lottery company is poised to ensure that more people live an improved lifestyle.
According to the Chief Executive Officer of iAuctionx, Paige Iroegbu, “We are on a mission to improve the standard of living and this is done by a series of raffle auctions that enable individuals to win essentials for as low as a fraction of the cost price.
“With the price of everything in Nigeria on the rise, it’s important to find a second, simple income stream that’ll supplement what you’re already earning,” he added.
Iroegbu noted that while inflation continues to rise, it further deepens the need to ensure that a means to income to sustain oneself is assured.
He also stressed that the process is also convenient and helps you make money even from the comfort of your home, adding that, “This means that you bid for and win high-quality items like kitchenware, cars, phones, airtime, and more from an almost insignificant sum.
“One of the subscribers, Uwadiae Desmond used a bid of N200 to win a SUMEC Fireman (2.5KVA) Generator worth N119,000 plus a cash prize of N23,380. Also, Olaitan Ayomikun used a bid of N300 to win a Toyota Corolla worth N2,500,000 and a cash prize of N14,070,” he revealed. Through registration on https://iauctionx.com, and funding your wallet with spare cash, one can participate in any lottery auction and win amazing prizes. This simple step will help make life easier for you living in Nigeria,” he said.
According to Iroegbu, IAuctionX is duly registered and licensed by the Lagos State Lottery Board and accredited by relevant authorities.
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