Posts Tagged with "Nigerian"

Nigeria Needs An Entrepreneur Not A Magician

Monday, May 25, 2015

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Nigeria is in need of a Leader, who is a seasoned entrepreneur, not a Magician that many are craving for. I read a lot of comments and write-ups which shows that many Nigerian are expecting the President Elect General Muhammadu Buhari to perform magic and transform Nigeria into a developed nation overnight. It is time […]

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How to Buy Gold and Avoid Scams

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

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The continent of Africa continues to be the world’s fastest gold-producing region. The history, and events of today as they pertain to the continent are quite telling as to gold’s monetary value regardless of market conditions. Mali and South Africa have been two of the world’s top gold-producing countries for quite some time. Gold prices […]

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Nigeria At 51

Saturday, October 1, 2011

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Nigeria Celebrates 51years of Independence From Colonial Rule Nigeria is 51!  We celebrate our fifty-one years of independence from colonial rule today. On 1st October, 1960 Nigeria was granted independence from colonial rule. Ordinarily, it is an occasion that warrants jubilation and celebration. But as I look around, I feel uncomfortable. While our leaders are […]

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Is Bulk SMS Business In Nigeria Crashing?

Saturday, June 4, 2011

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Bulk SMS entered the Nigerian market with a big bang. It became the newest make money online song and I wrote about it in my post  Bulk SMS Reseller In Nigeria. As competition in the market for bulk sms intensified, I was greatly amused and I wrote another article pointing out that using price as […]

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New Minimum Wage For Nigerian Workers

Monday, February 28, 2011

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Should Government Workers Celebrate The New Minimum Wage? Government workers in Nigeria are getting excited about the newly approved minimum wage of 18,000naira. Does this really call for jubilation? I’m not trying to be pessimistic, but I personally feel that what Nigerian workers need is not a new statutory minimum wage. They will be better […]

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