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Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by tunlaji(m): 9:21pm On May 24
U didn't include construction, telecoms companies etc
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by singlessubway: 9:57pm On May 24
objobj:
OP THANKS I need you to carry out some little research work for us if you are in lagos. not free anyway. so reach out to me pls.
drop a mail addy
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by takenadoh: 10:08pm On May 24
horlando30:


You are wrong man, schlumberger has upto 23 segments. Trust me a new entry level permanent could even earn way more than that. Depending on your segments and contract. Segments such as westerngeco/PTS etc


Well he or she wrote Schlumberger 500k, I am aware that those in wireline can earn more but , when u write 500k, it just means that's the base or basic, not saying that's the highest u get my drift?

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Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by objobj: 10:01am On May 25
singlessubway:
drop a mail addy

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Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by newoffer: 10:02am On May 25
Globowcum is 74k for CCR. Cleaner is 40k . Security is 13,500 naira.
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by newoffer: 10:04am On May 25
Globowcum is 74k for CCR. Cleaner is 40k . Security is 13,500 naira.
darley:
Glo is 1M per annum i.e #83,333.33 before tax and pension is deducted so where did you get 120k from?
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by ScofieldBello(m): 10:31am On May 25
Schlumberger wireline department wont pay entry level Field Engineer/specialist 500k. 500 what?!
You'll start earning something close to the quoted amount after you have been "broken out" and that's you must have gone for some jobs both at the blueBase and on the rig unsupervised. You'd be entitled to rig allowance in form of JOB TICKET PERCENTAGE. A percentage from a JOB may fetch you close to or over a million naira.

Remember: You are as good as your last job.

takenadoh:



Well he or she wrote Schlumberger 500k, I am aware that those in wireline can earn more but , when u write 500k, it just means that's the base or basic, not saying that's the highest u get my drift?
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by ScofieldBello(m): 10:46am On May 25
The departments you called segments are actually called Product Service Lines (PSLs)

..and NO! You cannot earn that as a new entry engineer or specialist in any PSL.

horlando30:


You are wrong man, schlumberger has upto 23 segments. Trust me a new entry level permanent could even earn way more than that. Depending on your segments and contract. Segments such as westerngeco/PTS etc
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by Welcomme: 3:59pm On May 25
sirvvy:
alright, but any idea if they conduct exam for the internship or is it 'connection' ? Thanks
They wrote exam but he told me the exam wasn't difficult. Can't say if he knows anyone there.
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by okojithomas(m): 9:20am On May 26
Sunnyja:
can you help the public with that of construction sector.
Depending on your field, construction takes a size able share of our national cake. Architects/engineers--N200k to N400k
Surveyors N300k to N500k...etc
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by Nostradamus: 1:34am On May 27
singlessubway:
if you are looking to get an idea of how much some popular Nigerian companies pay their entry-level staff (i.e. newly employed fresh graduates), then you’re just on the right thread.

Read on to see the exact figures that these companies pay.
Bear in mind, however, that the information on this thread is subject to sudden change, so some figures may no longer be correct. In addition, even though we’ve tried our best to ensure that the figures and estimates are correct, we admit that the information here can’t be 100% accurate.


Banking

Union Bank N180,000/N258,000
Guaranty Trust Bank N209,000
Diamond Bank N240,000 (N80,000 for trainees)
United Bank for Africa N142,000
First Bank N150,000 + allowances worth around N150,000+
Access Bank N237,000
Enterprise Bank N249,000
Keystone Bank N127,000 excluding allowances
Fidelity Bank Plc N180,000
Skye Bank N104,000
FBN Capital N400,000+


Oil and gas

Shell (SPDC) N667,000 (permanent), N250,000 to N500,000 (contract
Exxon Mobil N1million
Total Oil N1million
Mobil Oil Nigeria N500,000
Mobil Producing Nigeria N700,000 – N800,000
Schlumberger N500,000
Chevron N750,000+
Halliburton N375,000
IOCs E&P (upstream) N600,000 to N1million
Independents E&P (upstream) N300,000 – N600,000
Multinational oil servicing N300,000 – N600,000
Tier 2/ Indigenous oil servicing N200,000 – N400,000
Tier 1 downstream N200,000 – N400,000
Tier 2 downstream N150,000 – N200,000
NNPC N190,000
DPR N190,000
PPPRA N190,000
NestOil Plc N150,000??


Manufacturing

PZ Cussons N145,000 (RDM i.e. sales)
Meristem N100,000+ with profit sharing
Guinness Nigeria N120,000 – N160,000
Dangote Sugar N150,000
Dangote Cement N140,000
Nigerian Bottling Company N148,000 – N160,000
Cadbury Nigeria Plc N130,000
Frigoglass N50,000
Nigerian Breweries Plc N350,000
Lafarge N90,000 excluding allowances


Electrical/Electronics

General Electric N300,000+
Huawei Technologies N200,000
Tecno Mobile N120,000
Ericsson N88,000
EEDC Eastern Electric Distribution Company N350,000
PHCN N79,000 (excluding bulk rent and pay leave allowance


Auditing and consulting

KPMG N171,000 b.t. (non-chartered ET)/ N145,000 (non-chartered ETOP)
PWC N140,000 (non chartered)
Deloitte N150,000 a.t.


Telecommunications

MTN Nigeria N180,000 – N250,000
Globacom N120,000
Airtel Nigeria N100,000??
MainOne. N150,000

Others

P&G N200,00+
INEC N77,000 (including allowances)
PAL N77,000
Multichoice N40,000 – N70,000


Additional points to note

Listed figures are for professional, permanent staff, not contract staff or ETOPs (except otherwise stated).

Some figures represent net total with tax deductions, while some represent salary without tax deductions.

All values are for monthly pay (not annual).

Oil exploration companies pay at least N500,000 for entry level employees, while servicing companies pay at least N200,000.


Multinational oil companies pay according to global standards because their employees can be deployed to anywhere in the world. This explains why they pay the highest salaries.

Most bank employees don’t get to earn the figures listed because the figures are for professional staff, whereas 75% of bank staffs are contract staff who don’t earn up to one-third of the figures listed. So, don’t be surprised to know that most “bankers” don’t earn as much as the listed figures.


Aviation companies pay between N600,000 and N800,000.

Actual salaries may vary slightly depending on qualification and unit.

Most companies offering seemingly low salaries bolster their pay with juicy allowances.

Help us make this thread better

If you think some figures on this threas are wrong or outdated, kindly help us with the corrections (and provide proof!). Similarly, if you know the entry level salaries of some companies that are missing on this list, kindly let us know, and we’d be eager to add them to the list.


http://www.nairaland.com/3179141/entry-level-salaries-nigerian-companies
i don't believe that total and ExxonMobil, #1m for entry level is too good to be true
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by Ruler2: 7:13am On May 27
onymodel:


FIRS 147k.....
Allowances included?
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by davepepple83(m): 5:17pm On May 27
Ok
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by Fabuloski(m): 12:24am On May 28
what about BAT? And samiller(international brewery entry pay?
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by Nobody: 10:20am On May 28
Wow.... shocked shocked shocked

Chervon pays really well

Lemme start applying
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by takenadoh: 6:53pm On May 28
ScofieldBello:
Schlumberger wireline department wont pay entry level Field Engineer/specialist 500k. 500 what?!
You'll start earning something close to the quoted amount after you have been "broken out" and that's you must have gone for some jobs both at the blueBase and on the rig unsupervised. You'd be entitled to rig allowance in form of JOB TICKET PERCENTAGE. A percentage from a JOB may fetch you close to or over a million naira.

Remember: You are as good as your last job.


Well then like I said it is below 500k for Entey position with SLB the OP should edit it.
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by OmaniPadmeHum: 7:07pm On May 28
lonelydora:
Op, there is no difference between Mobil producing and ExxonMobil. Meanwhile some of the figures above are before tax while some are after tax.

The Halliburton figure is what they call consolidated salary, there are other things added to it which makes it rise above that figure. These are Graduate trainees oooo.


NNPC/DPR/PPPRA are also consolidated salary. Many allowances are added which shoots up the pay at month end, but you don't see it on the employment letter. They hide certain things because of tax. Give me NNPC job and I will never work for any of the big 5.
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by ELECTCHIBU(m): 7:38pm On May 28
This good, just that employment into this firms are not always easy. Just be innovative in your field, be self employed and you will still make it even if you are not employed in this firms. Proudly an electrical/electronics engineer
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by AmbodOfLASU: 7:56pm On May 28
singlessubway:
if you are looking to get an idea of how much some popular Nigerian companies pay their entry-level staff (i.e. newly employed fresh graduates), then you’re just on the right thread.

Read on to see the exact figures that these companies pay.
Bear in mind, however, that the information on this thread is subject to sudden change, so some figures may no longer be correct. In addition, even though we’ve tried our best to ensure that the figures and estimates are correct, we admit that the information here can’t be 100% accurate.


Banking

Union Bank N180,000/N258,000
Guaranty Trust Bank N209,000
Diamond Bank N240,000 (N80,000 for trainees)
United Bank for Africa N142,000
First Bank N150,000 + allowances worth around N150,000+
Access Bank N237,000
Enterprise Bank N249,000
Keystone Bank N127,000 excluding allowances
Fidelity Bank Plc N180,000
Skye Bank N104,000
FBN Capital N400,000+


Oil and gas

Shell (SPDC) N667,000 (permanent), N250,000 to N500,000 (contract
Exxon Mobil N1million
Total Oil N1million
Mobil Oil Nigeria N500,000
Mobil Producing Nigeria N700,000 – N800,000
Schlumberger N500,000
Chevron N750,000+
Halliburton N375,000
IOCs E&P (upstream) N600,000 to N1million
Independents E&P (upstream) N300,000 – N600,000
Multinational oil servicing N300,000 – N600,000
Tier 2/ Indigenous oil servicing N200,000 – N400,000
Tier 1 downstream N200,000 – N400,000
Tier 2 downstream N150,000 – N200,000
NNPC N190,000
DPR N190,000
PPPRA N190,000
NestOil Plc N150,000??


Manufacturing

PZ Cussons N145,000 (RDM i.e. sales)
Meristem N100,000+ with profit sharing
Guinness Nigeria N120,000 – N160,000
Dangote Sugar N150,000
Dangote Cement N140,000
Nigerian Bottling Company N148,000 – N160,000
Cadbury Nigeria Plc N130,000
Frigoglass N50,000
Nigerian Breweries Plc N350,000
Lafarge N90,000 excluding allowances


Electrical/Electronics

General Electric N300,000+
Huawei Technologies N200,000
Tecno Mobile N120,000
Ericsson N88,000
EEDC Eastern Electric Distribution Company N350,000
PHCN N79,000 (excluding bulk rent and pay leave allowance


Auditing and consulting

KPMG N171,000 b.t. (non-chartered ET)/ N145,000 (non-chartered ETOP)
PWC N140,000 (non chartered)
Deloitte N150,000 a.t.


Telecommunications

MTN Nigeria N180,000 – N250,000
Globacom N120,000
Airtel Nigeria N100,000??
MainOne. N150,000

Others

P&G N200,00+
INEC N77,000 (including allowances)
PAL N77,000
Multichoice N40,000 – N70,000


Additional points to note

Listed figures are for professional, permanent staff, not contract staff or ETOPs (except otherwise stated).

Some figures represent net total with tax deductions, while some represent salary without tax deductions.

All values are for monthly pay (not annual).

Oil exploration companies pay at least N500,000 for entry level employees, while servicing companies pay at least N200,000.


Multinational oil companies pay according to global standards because their employees can be deployed to anywhere in the world. This explains why they pay the highest salaries.

Most bank employees don’t get to earn the figures listed because the figures are for professional staff, whereas 75% of bank staffs are contract staff who don’t earn up to one-third of the figures listed. So, don’t be surprised to know that most “bankers” don’t earn as much as the listed figures.


Aviation companies pay between N600,000 and N800,000.

Actual salaries may vary slightly depending on qualification and unit.

Most companies offering seemingly low salaries bolster their pay with juicy allowances.

Help us make this thread better

If you think some figures on this threas are wrong or outdated, kindly help us with the corrections (and provide proof!). Similarly, if you know the entry level salaries of some companies that are missing on this list, kindly let us know, and we’d be eager to add them to the list.


http://www.nairaland.com/3179141/entry-level-salaries-nigerian-companies


Good evening. Do you have the idea of what an Embassy staff earn per month ?

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Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by onymodel(m): 8:19am On May 31
Not Sure bro!!!

Ruler2:

Allowances included?
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by singlessubway: 4:34am On Jun 03
AmbodOfLASU:



Good evening. Do you have the idea of what an Embassy staff earn per month ?
No
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by RapportNaija(m): 10:34am On Jun 22
Very nice. A recent update to this list can be found Here. Thanks OP
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by Charlieubochi: 11:49am On Jun 22
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We are interested in young Nigerians( graduates and undergraduates) who live in Port Harcourt, Abia state and Anambra state to fill up the various vacant positions.
Age:
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Salary :
Our salaries are very attractive and commensurate with qualifications and experience will be offered to the selected candidates. Selected candidates will be trained after employment. Interested candidates may send their CV on or before 8th July 2017 to the following email address : recruitmentpecalian@gmail.com. call: 09060331896
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by singlessubway: 12:57pm On Jun 22
Nigerian Oil and Gas Companies Salary Structure

Shell (SPDC) Salary Structure N667,000 (permanent), N250,000 - N500,000 (contract staff)

Exxon Mobil Salary Structure N1million

Total Oil Salary Structure N1million

Mobil Oil Nigeria Salary Structure N500,000

Mobil Producing Nigeria Salary Structure N700,000 – N800,000

Schlumberger Salary Structure N500,000

Chevron Salary Structure N750,000+

Halliburton Salary Structure N375,000

IOCs E&P (upstream) Salary Structure N600,000 to N1million

Independents E&P (upstream) Salary Structure N300,000 – N600,000

Multinational oil servicing Salary Structure N300,000 – N600,000

Tier 2/ Indigenous oil servicing Salary Structure N200,000 – N400,000

Tier 1 downstream Salary Structure N200,000 – N400,000

Tier 2 downstream Salary Structure N150,000 – N200,000

NNPC Salary Structure N190,000

DPR Salary Structure N190,000

PPPRA Salary Structure N190,000

NestOil Plc Salary Structure N150,000

NOTE: Multinational oil companies pay with respect to global standards because their employees are usually deployed to different parts of the world. This is the reason why they pay on of the highest salaries.


Nigerian Banks Salary Structure

Union Bank Salary Structure N180,000/N258,000

Guaranty Trust Bank Salary Structure N209,000

Keystone Bank Salary Structure N127,000 (excluding allowances)

Fidelity Bank Plc. Salary Structure N180,000

Skye Bank Salary Structure N104,000

FBN Capital Salary Structure N400,000+

Diamond Bank Salary Structure N240,000 (N80,000 for trainees)

United Bank for Africa Salary Structure N142,000

First Bank Salary Structure N150,000+ (With allowances worth around N150,000+)

Access Bank Salary Structure N237,000

Enterprise Bank Salary Structure N249,000


Manufacturing Companies in Nigeria Salary Structure

PZ Cussons Salary Structure N145,000 (RDM i.e. sales)

Nigerian Bottling Company Salary Structure N148,000 – N160,000

Cadbury Nigeria Plc. Salary Structure N130,000

Frigoglass Salary Structure N50,000

Nigerian Breweries Plc. Salary Structure N350,000

Lafarge Salary Structure N90,000 (excluding allowances)

Meristem Salary Structure N100,000+ with profit sharing

Guinness Nigeria Salary Structure N120,000 – N160,000

Dangote Sugar Salary Structure N150,000

Dangote Cement Salary Structure N140,000


Telecommunications/Power/Energy Companies in Nigeria Salary Structure

General Electric (GE) Salary Structure N300,000+

Huawei Technologies Salary Structure N200,000

MTN Nigeria Salary Structure N180,000 – N250,000

Globacom Salary Structure N120,000

Airtel Nigeria Salary Structure N100,000

Tecno Mobile Salary Structure N120,000

Ericsson Salary Structure N88,000

EEDC Eastern Electric Distribution Company Salary Structure N350,000

PHCN Salary Structure N79,000 (excluding bulk rent and pay leave allowance)


Auditing and Consulting Companies in Nigeria Salary Structure

KPMG Salary Structure N171,000 Before Tax (non-chartered ET)/ N145,000 (non-chartered ETOP)

PWC Salary Structure N140,000 (non-chartered)

Deloitte Salary Structure N150,000 (After Tax)


Others General Company Salaries

P&G Salary Structure N200,000+

INEC Salary Structure N77,000 (including allowances)


PAL Salary Structure N77,000

MultiChoice Salary Structure N40,000 – N70,000


Aviation companies pay between N600,000 and N800,000 as salaries.


IMPORTANT NOTICE: Company salaries above are for professional and permanent staffs’ monthly pay (not annual); they are not for contract staff.

*** Before/After Tax- some salary figures represent net total with tax deductions, while some represent salary without tax deductions. Some of the companies who pay outwardly low salaries supplement it with juicy allowances and perks.

*** Actual salaries may vary marginally depending on qualification, experience, and unit.

*** If you know the entry-level salaries of some other companies that are not featured on this list, kindly pass us the information, and we would be glad to include them to the list. Also, if you think some figures on this page outdated or totally wrong, please, do help us with the corrections (and you must show proof).


Read more: http://www.rapportnaija.com/2017/06/see-nigerian-companies-salary-structure.html#ixzz4kjPadqwe

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Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by Chuksemi(m): 3:42pm On Jun 22
singlessubway:
if you are looking to get an idea of how much some popular Nigerian companies pay their entry-level staff (i.e. newly employed fresh graduates), then you’re just on the right thread.

Read on to see the exact figures that these companies pay.
Bear in mind, however, that the information on this thread is subject to sudden change, so some figures may no longer be correct. In addition, even though we’ve tried our best to ensure that the figures and estimates are correct, we admit that the information here can’t be 100% accurate.


Banking

Union Bank N180,000/N258,000
Guaranty Trust Bank N209,000
Diamond Bank N240,000 (N80,000 for trainees)
United Bank for Africa N142,000
First Bank N150,000 + allowances worth around N150,000+
Access Bank N237,000
Enterprise Bank N249,000
Keystone Bank N127,000 excluding allowances
Fidelity Bank Plc N180,000
Skye Bank N104,000
FBN Capital N400,000+


Oil and gas

Shell (SPDC) N667,000 (permanent), N250,000 to N500,000 (contract
Exxon Mobil N1million
Total Oil N1million
Mobil Oil Nigeria N500,000
Mobil Producing Nigeria N700,000 – N800,000
Schlumberger N500,000
Chevron N750,000+
Halliburton N375,000
IOCs E&P (upstream) N600,000 to N1million
Independents E&P (upstream) N300,000 – N600,000
Multinational oil servicing N300,000 – N600,000
Tier 2/ Indigenous oil servicing N200,000 – N400,000
Tier 1 downstream N200,000 – N400,000
Tier 2 downstream N150,000 – N200,000
NNPC N190,000
DPR N190,000
PPPRA N190,000
NestOil Plc N150,000??


Manufacturing

PZ Cussons N145,000 (RDM i.e. sales)
Meristem N100,000+ with profit sharing
Guinness Nigeria N120,000 – N160,000
Dangote Sugar N150,000
Dangote Cement N140,000
Nigerian Bottling Company N148,000 – N160,000
Cadbury Nigeria Plc N130,000
Frigoglass N50,000
Nigerian Breweries Plc N350,000
Lafarge N90,000 excluding allowances


Electrical/Electronics

General Electric N300,000+
Huawei Technologies N200,000
Tecno Mobile N120,000
Ericsson N88,000
EEDC Eastern Electric Distribution Company N350,000
PHCN N79,000 (excluding bulk rent and pay leave allowance


Auditing and consulting

KPMG N171,000 b.t. (non-chartered ET)/ N145,000 (non-chartered ETOP)
PWC N140,000 (non chartered)
Deloitte N150,000 a.t.


Telecommunications

MTN Nigeria N180,000 – N250,000
Globacom N120,000
Airtel Nigeria N100,000??
MainOne. N150,000

Others

P&G N200,00+
INEC N77,000 (including allowances)
PAL N77,000
Multichoice N40,000 – N70,000


Additional points to note

Listed figures are for professional, permanent staff, not contract staff or ETOPs (except otherwise stated).

Some figures represent net total with tax deductions, while some represent salary without tax deductions.

All values are for monthly pay (not annual).

Oil exploration companies pay at least N500,000 for entry level employees, while servicing companies pay at least N200,000.


Multinational oil companies pay according to global standards because their employees can be deployed to anywhere in the world. This explains why they pay the highest salaries.

Most bank employees don’t get to earn the figures listed because the figures are for professional staff, whereas 75% of bank staffs are contract staff who don’t earn up to one-third of the figures listed. So, don’t be surprised to know that most “bankers” don’t earn as much as the listed figures.


Aviation companies pay between N600,000 and N800,000.

Actual salaries may vary slightly depending on qualification and unit.

Most companies offering seemingly low salaries bolster their pay with juicy allowances.

Help us make this thread better

If you think some figures on this threas are wrong or outdated, kindly help us with the corrections (and provide proof!). Similarly, if you know the entry level salaries of some companies that are missing on this list, kindly let us know, and we’d be eager to add them to the list.


http://www.nairaland.com/3179141/entry-level-salaries-nigerian-companies

Hello, This is good. However, you left out the salary scale For Permanent staffs working In Insurance Firms In Nigeria. Do you Have the Figures?
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by singlessubway: 7:05pm On Jun 22
Chuksemi:


Hello, This is good. However, you left out the salary scale For Permanent staffs working In Insurance Firms In Nigeria. Do you Have the Figures?
Hah, I don't have it.
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by singlessubway: 1:57pm On Jul 14
Philadelphia:
What's the pay for officers (Sub-Lieutenant) in the Nigeria Navy?
Please verified sources only.
I no sabi
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by zamanii: 6:15am On Jul 16
Does anyone have an idea what corporate affairs commission pays?
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by phal: 2:27pm On Aug 21
Does Anybody have an idea about COLEMAN TECH INDUSTRIES LTD salary structure? pls anybody with vital information about the pay should share with me here..It is very urgent.

Thanks in advance
Re: Pay Structure of Most Nigerian companies as at February 2017 by LordofNaija: 6:47pm On Aug 21
LexngtonSteele:
Oil company salaries = mouth-watering.

Took me 7 years to get 700k + in an NGO (public health ) ....most don't even pay that well
Get abi save

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