Bitter kola export business in Nigeria, Invest N80, 000 & make100percent profits

Do you know you can make 100percent profits when you invest just N80, 000 in exporting Bitter kola from Nigeria to Europe, America and Asia countries? More »

How to export Ginger from Nigeria and make huge profit

The demand for Ginger in the international market has gone up significantly because the root is now being used as raw material in manufacturing process. Learn how to export Ginger and make huge profit. More »

How To Start Pure water business In Nigeria

Requirement for starting and managing a successful sachet/bottled water production business in Nigeria More »

How to start a small scale Livestock feeds production business in Nigeria

You can start a small scale livestock feed production in Nigeria without regrets because it is very certain you will make enough cash doing the business. But before you start livestock feed production business, you will need More »

How to Start a Profitable Cement Block Molding Industry in Nigeria.

Are you thinking of starting a profitable business of your own in Nigeria? If yes then I will want you to consider setting up a cement block molding industry in the country More »

How To Start Small Scale Poultry Farm in Nigeria (Feasibility studies)

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Instant Pounded Yam Production-Business Startup Requirement

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From Hawking To Becoming Owner Of Chain Of Businesses – Sanmi Akindipe

From Hawking To Becoming Owner Of a Chain Of Businesses >>>

Sanmi Akindipe started out as a hawker. Now he owns a chain of businesses, DANIEL ESSIET reports.

When he started business, no one gave him a chance.But today, he is a ‘collosus’ and a pride to the youth.

Sanmi AkindipeFor over 10 years, Sanmi Akindipe has been at the heart of investment forecasting and financial advisory business. This culminated in the birth of his firm, Set Group, a finance company which help people to manage wealth.

NEXIM MD Says: “Sealink Initiative Will Transform Nigeria Economy “

Lagos – Nigeria will be a major beneficiary of the sealink initiative by the time it is fully on ground, Managing Director, Nigerian Export Import Bank (NEXIM), Mr Robert Orya, has said.

Nigerian Export Import Bank (NEXIM) logoHe told The Nation that Nigerian products are in African countries, adding that the coming of the sealink is expected to facilitate and promote Nigerian products within and outside the continent.

Cattle Breeders Hail Federal Government

Sokoto – The national body of cattle breeders, the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), has hailed the Federal Government of Nigeria for setting up a committee to tackle the conflict between farmers and herdsmen in Nigeria.

In a statement in Kano yesterday by its National Secretary General, Alhaji Baba Othman Ngelzarma, the group noted that the committee would aid the creation of grazing reserves and cattle routes across the country.

The statement appealed to the government to identify and work closely with MACBAN’s leadership to resolve matters on the welfare of its members.

National Conference Delegates Fight Over Resource Control

Abuja – There were fireworks at the Committee on Devolution of Power as northern delegates and their counterparts from the South South refused to back down on their demands on resource control.

National Conference DelegatesThe Nation gathered that trouble started when a member from the South South submitted that the host communities should have control of natural resources found within their areas.

Another member who is an expert in international law took his time to explain the implications of littoral states and the resources found within.

CBN Warns Banks: ” Stop Giving Customers Mutilated Naira Notes”

THE Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN has warned that it would no longer tolerate complaints from commercial bank customers over payment of mutilated notes whereas mint notes found their way to the black marketers who sell them out for spraying at social functions.

CBN’s Director, Branch Operations Department, Mrs. Tope Omade who gave the warning during a one-day Customer Forum held in Asaba promised that CBN continue to beam its search light on commercial banks and other allied banks as well as officials of such banks who are involved in the sharp practices of hoarding mint notes and selling same to black marketers, just as she condemned the attitude of some Nigerians who still indulge in spaying naira at social functions in violation of the law banning spraying of the currency.

How Start Importation Business with N15000+ & Make Double Profit

Dear friend the are you searching for a small scale business that requires a little startup Capital? If yes then I would say don’t look too far because in this post, I will show you a business that is putting real cash into the pockets of some young Nigerians.

How Start Importation Business with N15000+ & Make Double ProfitThe business I would want to consider investing into is Importation business.
Importation business in Nigeria is very lucrative because we are a consuming nation.

How I Started My Business In a Small Shop

Are you unemployed or under employed and desire setting up a business but fear is keeping you down? If yes, then I urge you to read the article below and get motivated.

>>>>He started as an apprentice in 1997. Now he’s a distinguished celebrity photographer in Nigeria. Shola Balogun, the Proprietor, Shola Creative Photo Studio is the toast of top models , actors, actresses and other high profile Nigerians and corporations. After his apprenticeship, he carved a niche for himself as a celebrity photographer and has not rested on his oars; He has attended courses and seminars in Germany, UK and South Africa to hone his skills in photography. In this interview with Sunday Sun, he reflects on his journey to success and stardom.

How did you start?

Make Money From Bead Making with Just N15,000

Dear friend, if you think your inexperience, lack of choice location and start-up capital are enough reasons to be jobless and dejected, then you need to sit up and seriously consider going into bead jewellery making. This is because bead making is one of the cheapest business options that require little capital, a lot of creative potential and financial benefit.

The prospect of the business of bead-making is awesome. This could be attributed to the booming population, and keen desire by people, especially women, to look beautiful and fashionable. Again, the growing sense of pride in cultural identity and the impact of Nollywood, Africa’s biggest movie industry, is helping to spark the interest in African fashion. Hence, it is now very common to see both young and not-so-young Nigerians adorned in traditional attire and laced with bead jewellery at weddings, social engagements and traditional festivals. Also, the influx of tourists to Nigeria has given huge acclaim to the beauty and quality of these delicate art pieces.

Osaze Odemwengie Donates N1m Cash to Bendel Insurance FC

Benin City – Nigeria international and former Bendel insurance FC player, Osaze Odemwengie, on Sunday donated N1 million cash to the club.

Osaze Odemwengie Donates N1m Cash to Bendel Insurance FCPresenting the money on behalf of Odemwengie, Mr Austin Uwagboe, said the donation was part of Osazee’s appreciation to the club that made him who he is today.

Insufficient Gas Supply, others Affect Electricity Distribution

Mr Paul Ikwu, Head, Public Affairs Division of Jos Electricity Distribution Company (JEDC), says destruction of electrical facilities and insufficient gas supply, among others, are responsible for inadequate power supply.

In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Jos on Sunday, Ikwu said JEDC had, however, begun customer, meters and transformer audit to ease planning process towards effective power distribution.

“Generally, power generation has been low, but we only distribute what is given to us; for now, we can only assure our customers of a judicious use of whatever power is supplied to us,’’ he said.