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“I Am Where I Am Because Of Luck” – Billionaire Tony Elumelu Speaks On His Success

Tony Elumelu has shared the ingredients for success.

The Chairman of United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc, Tony Elumelu has credited “luck” to his success, saying he is where he is today because of luck.

"I Am Where I Am Because Of Luck" - Billionaire Tony Elumelu Speaks On His Success

Tony Elumelu Shares The Ingredients For Success

The 59-year-old billionaire, who disclosed this in a post shared on his Twitter page, said luck is one of the essential ingredients someone needs to be successful in life.

According to him “luck is important” but that doesn’t make it a “substitute for hard work or labor”. He also said “hard work and passion” are the two most important “ingredients for luck”.

Elumelu wrote: “I am where I am today because of luck. Let me be clear: Luck is important, but it is not a substitute for hard work or labour. Luck is a part of the cocktail that you need for success”

 “There are two ingredients for luck -hard work and passion. The more work you put into something and the more passion you apply, the “luckier” you will find yourself. You have to work hard, and be passionate and committed about what you do, to be successful and make your own luck.

“Hardwork and passion are within your power and control, and you should apply them to earn your own luck and to help us foster a better and more prosperous world.”

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KanyiDaily recalls that Tony Elumelu recently lamented over the worsening electricity, the hike in prices of diesel, and its effect on businesses in Nigeria.

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