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Swissgolden targets two million Nigerian millionaires through gold earnings



To assist the federal government reduce unemployment, especially among youths in the country, Swissgolden Limited has said it would assist over two million Nigerians to become millionaires and employers through its investment scheme.

Already, with over 220,000 Nigerians in its business programme have produced no fewer than 170,000 millionaires in Nigeria and other West African countries.

Swissgolden, with five years of existence is an online store that deals with 24 Carat Gold bars of 99.99 per cent purity value ranging from 1 to 100g. It has in its offering Swissgolden bonus programme, which offers the opportunity to earn both active and passive incomes.


Briefing journalists at the weekend on the business, its Nigeria Director, Augustine Emenike, said it established the company in Nigeria to help the youths achieve their dreams by becoming entrepreneurs rather than seek employment after graduation.

He lamented that many Nigerians have been defrauded huge sum of monies through Ponzi schemes lately, adding, “The reason for establishing a corporate office in Nigeria was to clear doubts of Nigerians who pass wrong information about the scheme by organising trainings, conferences and seminars to prove that the business was genuine.”

Its Africa Director, Dickson Onuchukwu, who disclosed how the business works, said they already have a financial agreement with Swiss Bank where huge amounts of gold are stored, stating that investors’ savings were safe and secure.

He said investors could earn up to £2100 with a few deposits, adding: “Investors need a minimum of £75 or N40000 for starters, but the more people invest, the more bonuses and benefits they get using one package.

“Swissgold has a financial agreement with Swiss Bank where the gold are stored Investors earn in gold and its left for them to request for the gold to be delivered to them. In cases where they are not licensed to carry more that 10g of gold in Nigeria, if a customer wishes to purchase gold, he could do it from his back office.

They simply pay the equivalent rate, shipping charges of about 55 Euros and the gold will delivered to them from Swissgolden store in Germany.“This is a business that has helped many up to the micro scale earners who are now millionaires because they work very hard. Swissgolden has really helped many Nigerians become business owners, thereby helping government to reduce the rate of unemployment.

“Our dream is to make 170,000 Nigerians to become millionaires and also help government because we cannot continue to depend on government to put food on our tables.”

Earlier, the company’s Development Director, Elena Boychuks, who gave an insight on how she joined the business, hinted that the bulk of her time and efforts were invested in gold with an offering that has a stable source of income.

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