Charles Awuzie urges not to accept poverty in Social Media Post

Successful I.T entrepreneur, Forbes Business Council Member, Executive Cybersecurity Consultant and Biotech Investor Charles Awuzie has shared with his audience his views about uplifting their lifestyle and never accepting Poverty as their fate.

Dr Awuzi originally wrote the write-up. However, it was also shared by Good governance Advocate & Political Analyst Amb Timothy Nwachukwu on his social media account. The write-up expands upon Dr Charles Awuzie’s views about living a poor lifestyle. At the same time, it draws inspiration from the life of the African CEO.


In the write-up, shared on social media, Dr Charles begged “his fellow Africans” NEVER to make peace with Poverty.

Further, he urged them not to accept the Poverty Pity Party.

He explained to his audience that whenever people talk badly about Rich people, they must tell (the people) that they are also rich. Meanwhile, he has asked them to insist to the individuals that they can’t speak evil of rich people in their presence.

Dr Charles Awuzie recollected a personal experience in the post, detailing:

In Abuja many years ago, I attended a conference where Dr Matthew Ashimolowo was a speaker. After the meeting, he called for people to give offerings. He asked those over $1000 to stand on his right and those with Naira to stand on his left. He confessed to his followers that he didn’t have dollars. However, he still joined the dollar line.

He asserted: In my mind, I refused to be classified below the rich. It has been my mindset, which is why I am where I am today.


He believes that There is no glory in Poverty. Further, he urged his followers to stop hating rich people and start aspiring to become rich.

He urged them to Think rich. Talk rich. Speak with Power. Speak with boldness. Put on the garment of confidence.

Further, he said, in the write-up: Stop acting poor and looking for pity. Being pitied has never brought anyone wealth – but being respected and valued attracts wealth and Power.

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