The New Big Thing In Nigeria: Snail Farming Things That You Should Know -Part III

January 1st, 2016   •   Uncategorized   •   no comments   
The New Big Thing In Nigeria: Snail Farming Things That You Should Know -Part III

Wow words alone cannot explain how excited and appreciative we are for receiving your calls, text  and inbox massage about the practical skills to this adventure. Well to the many of us that desire the practicability of this lesson in as much as we are willing to give out the training for free as part of our co-operate social responsibility and little contribution to the development of our beloved country we, will want you guys to also on your part make adequate preparation as to the venue to be used and perhaps some practical tools to be provided for us to be able to assist you in your Snail farming proficiency. read more

The New Big Thing In Nigeria: Snail Farming Things That You Should Know – Part II

January 1st, 2016   •   Uncategorized   •   no comments   
The New Big Thing In Nigeria: Snail Farming Things That You Should Know – Part II

I trust that by now, you most have finished chewing the introductory episode of this of write up and unequivocally implementing its impact therein. Well, what you have read so far is just a pierce of the ice berg compare to this continuing episode. Well again let me use this privilege to thank those of us that have been calling and sending us massages so far. Your support so far has been enormous and continuing it will only encourage us to do more and collectively take us all in a one way positive lane of achieving the Nigeria of our dream. read more

The New Big Thing In Nigeria: Snail Farming Things That You Should Know – Part I

January 1st, 2016   •   Uncategorized   •   no comments   
The New Big Thing In Nigeria: Snail Farming Things That You Should Know – Part I

It is no longer a mirage that the Nigeria economic as of the time of filing this article, is seriously relying and begging on young and able bodied entrepreneurs to rise up to the task of nation building. And one of the key sector that is critical to this call is the agricultural sector of the economy.

Agricultural sector of the Nigeria economy according to statistic is going to be in the nearest future the sole bed rock of the Nigeria economical arrow head. As economist at the moment are calling for a total diversification of the economy back to Agriculture. read more

THE NEED FOR TECHNOPRENEUR EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

December 19th, 2015   •   Information Technology   •   no comments   
THE NEED FOR TECHNOPRENEUR EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

Everywhere in the world today regardless of race or tribe now tend to be united by a common sphere and that sphere is Technology, Technology has re-position the way we all see and approach things and as such made the world a small global village. As at the time of filling in this report technology has been recorded as a key to any Nations that most get to its utopia in diplomatic and international relations.

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Damilola Owolabi: The Youngest And Leading Female Nigeria In The Oil Sector

December 19th, 2015   •   Success Genius   •   no comments   
Damilola Owolabi: The Youngest And Leading Female Nigeria In The Oil Sector

Some personalities in the Nigeria Business environment have completely stand out in what they do and in their passion to do more. One of such persons is our guest for the week on THROUGH THE KEYHOLES and she is no other than Damilola Owolabi.

She is a typical example of a young woman who is taking advantage of ‘common sense’ to enrich her life and impact the world. How she became the CEO of her oil firm truly demonstrates and remains a case study for young Nigerians who are aiming to extend their frontiers in entrepreneurship.

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Nigeria Is Safe For Business – DATABASE SYSTEM via BVN

December 19th, 2015   •   Information Technology   •   no comments   
Nigeria Is Safe For Business – DATABASE SYSTEM via BVN

 

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has concluded plans to integrate the Bank Verification Number (BVN) in the national identity database.

The Director-General of NIMC, Mr Chris Onyemenam, made the disclosure in an interview with the Nation Development Organisation correspondent  on Friday in Lagos.

Onyenam, whose tenure expires today, said that the planned integration was borne out of the need to obey a presidential directive to harmonise various databases in the country.

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Top 10 Lucrative Agribusinesses in Nigeria

November 27th, 2015   •   Uncategorized   •   no comments   
Top 10 Lucrative Agribusinesses in Nigeria

This week we will be exposing you to the millions  of Agribusiness that are available in Nigeria. with little or no capital to start up. read now and thank me later.

1. Rice Farming – Nigeria has one of the world’s highest Rice consumption stat. Rice is by far one of the most popular staple food among Nigerians, almost every family eats rice daily in Nigeria. In 2011 alone, Nigeria spent N991 Billion on Rice importation and the rice we import is said to be nothing less than 10 years old in storage. That means we spends billions buying Rice that has since lost it’s nutritional values.

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MONEY MAKING: THE NEW TREND

November 27th, 2015   •   Uncategorized   •   no comments   
MONEY MAKING: THE NEW TREND
Dear Entrepreneurs,
If you are currently reading this information i want to say a big welcome to the information age were information is key to putting food on your table and smiles on your faces.
Let me be the first present to you again an opportunity of a lifetime. I pray you have the faith and resources to take advantage of this now. Our system has been so bastardized that most genuine opportunities are seen as a scam! You will ever be grateful that someone shows you this opportunity.

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FINALLY WE’VE DISCOVERED WHERE MONEY HIDES

November 27th, 2015   •   Uncategorized   •   no comments   
FINALLY WE’VE DISCOVERED WHERE MONEY HIDES

Elementary principles of economics has taught us that money is a medium of exchange. That money facilitate exchange of goods and services. Money is a legal tender that is used as a medium of exchange. And it comes in various forms; there is paper money and there are coins spent in different parts of the world. So, to get money, you need to exchange something for money. It may be a service or a products or goods. Everybody can identify money (perhaps for infants), and everybody wants money in varying degrees. Unfortunately, not many people know the principles that drives money. Not many people know how to make money. Not many people know how to multiply money. Not many people know the best way to preserve money for the future. All these I will share from time to time on this platform.

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Is Entrepreneurship Education Weakening in America?

November 27th, 2015   •   Education   •   no comments   
Is Entrepreneurship Education Weakening in America?

Americans no longer perceive that their schools and universities are training them to become entrepreneurs the way they did only a few years ago.  Between 2009 and 2012, the percentage of Americans who believe that their education made them more interested in becoming an entrepreneur; helped them to develop an entrepreneurial attitude; improved their understanding of the role of entrepreneurs in society; and gave them the skills needed to open a business, has dropped substantially, a survey by TNS Custom Research reveals.

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