‘I made ₦10 billion in 7 years’ — Ubi Franklin

Written by on June 26, 2019

CEO of record label MMMG Ubi Franklin, has reveals that he made a whopping sum of ₦10 billion in the 7 years between 2012 and 2019.

He made this known at an interview on Business Day while sharing his experience as a businessman in the music industry.


Ubi Franklin also revealed that his biggest money mistake was his wedding and that a bulk of the fortune he made was wasted on flashy lifestyle which included buying cars and going on trips abroad.

He also mentioned that his greatest investment was the MMMG music label which he said opened doors for him.


The successful entrepreneur who talked about how he built his brand into something giving him good returns, said:

“My biggest money mistake is the money i spent on my wedding, I should have gone for something smaller and classy “


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Ubi Ekapong Ofem [@ubifranklintriplemg] is a Nigerian music artist manager and the founder and CEO of record label Made Men Music Group (Triple MG).In 2017, he launched a start-up called Instant Pickup, a service which specializes in instant home pickup and delivery of laundry. •”From 2012 till now, I have made over 10 billion but didn’t keep it because I didn’t have financial discipline to know that I could invest that money in something else that could generate money”. Also watch @ubifranklintriplemg talk about his money lessons, mistakes and #cryptocurrency Bitcoin in this episode •Watch out for the full episode on our YouTube page (@businessdayng) You can also subscribe to get notified( link at bio @businessdayng). Also tune in to @silverbirdtv on Tuesday at 10am to watch the full episode . This season is powered by @firs_nigeria


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