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My highest monthly revenue from Facebook is $9000 – Comedian Waris

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Ghanaian Comedian, Abdul Waris Umaru, professionally known as Comedian Waris has not too long ago revealed that his highest revenue earned from content generation on Facebook was $9000(GH₵112,500.00) in a month

The famed comedian, while speaking on TV3’s The Afternoon Show admitted that it was financially demanding creating content generation, adding that Ghana as a country is still battling with monetisation issues for social media spaces.

 “My highest I have taken from Facebook can be in the $9000 monthly. Facebook pays more than that and it is the reason why Sabinus is who he is and Nigerians buy houses like that. There are other social media pages that make more money. In December, I was on TikTok and within a week I clocked close to $5000 to $6000.

“I never knew I could make (huge money from Facebook). The first time I made a huge amount from Facebook it was like a dream. I was like is this my money? I had to withdraw and hold it before I was sure that it was my money,” he said.

He continued by saying, “All these things, there are ways of doing them but just that Ghana is not a country which is added to the monetisation list because common PayPal we do not even have a head off to withdraw money so we are all dealing with other countries like Nigeria.”

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In an era where social media platforms have become lucrative spaces for content creators, Waris’ story sheds light on the potential for comedians to leverage their talent online.

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