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How To Make Cool Cash Roasting and Packaging Groundnut For Sale with Little Capital

Looking for a business to start with little capital? ……. Discover How To Make Cool Cash Roasting and Packaging Groundnut For Sale with Little Capital. See article below

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Roasted groundnut, otherwise known as peanut, is fast becoming a staple snack, enjoyed by many people. Whether at home, office or anywhere for that matter, this tasty snack is the favourite of those, who prefer it to processed snacks, on account of its nutritional values. Little wonder some traders have gone into packaging it in different handy sizes and at pocket friendly prices. While some eat it with roasted plantain (boli), banana and even bread, others prefer to take it with garri.

Nene Kalu, who has been selling roasted groundnut for 10 years, said people eat it in between meals or to entertain guests. Still, some people see it as filler, pending when they will eat the day’s meal.

How To Check Online if a Company Is Registered with Corporate Affairs Commission Of Nigeria (CAC)

Doing due diligence is very before carrying out any business transaction with an individual or company in Nigeria, is very important. 

How To Check Online if a Company Is Registered with Corporate Affairs Commission Of Nigeria (CAC)

Therefore before you sign away your life or that huge sum of money in business deal, it is advisable you find out if the company registered in Nigeria or not.

YouWiN! Connect Business Programme 2017 – Online Application

YouWiN! Connect is a multimedia based relaunch of the YouWiN! programme of the Federal Ministry of Finance. It aims to support young Nigeria entrepreneurs as they PLAN, START and GROW their businesses, by providing Enterprise Education as well as access to technical and consulting services. The programme aims to promote entrepreneurship, job creation and wealth via enterprise education for young Nigerians.

YouWiN! Connect Objectives

United Kingdom Now Buy Made-In-Nigeria Suits – FG

The Federal Government’s policy of patronising made-in-Nigeria goods by the citizens is yielding results as some citizens of the United Kingdom now order for Nigeria locally made suits.

This came as Nigerian citizens residing in China have appealed to the Federal Government to involve them in any bilateral relations so that they could make some expertise inputs that will benefit the country.

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