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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 9:51pm On Mar 09, 2018
Iammercy2018:
don't even compare anything there to Nigeria, are you for real asking that, naija internet? I laff in Swahili
Najia (Giant of Africa) still fast past some European countries oh like some parts of Cyprus, Armenia in terms of internet speed.
Mozambique fa! Najia don suffer. We are really backward in their place.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by prettytolar(f): 11:38pm On Mar 09, 2018
Pls guys, how can one extend his or her stay past 30 days visa period?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 12:18am On Mar 10, 2018
prettytolar:

I'm glad to hear this.
I'm looking at residing there permanently and going into Animal farming. Do you see any light in this plan?
Opportunities in Mozambique: 5 Sectors Worth Investing In

Poultry and Agric business are one of the sectors in need there. See link below

Summary is here
Mozambique has the 3rd highest rice consumption in the SADC, most of it imported. Demand for rice, growing at 6 to 7 percent per year, indicates an expanding gap between demand and production. Experts estimate that poultry consumption, particularly chicken, could double in the next 5 to 7 years. Studies routinely show a local preference for the locally produced chicken, but production costs, largely due to high feed costs, keep prices 15 percent above that of the imported Brazilian chicken in Maputo, and up to 25 percent higher outside the major cities.

The potential for feed production, including soy extraction, and distribution is emphasized by studies that show potential margins above 20 to 25 percent. Packaging and downstream manufacturing of certain cash crops – including cashews, tobacco and sugar – has potential for boosting value for the agricultural sector.

https://www.africa.com/opportunities-in-mozambique/

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by JandyJ(m): 3:22am On Mar 10, 2018
Iammercy2018:
which one be ordinary hand again o grin grin grin

Lol ma u said visa on arrival which means someone can go there with ordinary hand
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 4:33am On Mar 10, 2018
Things work in the southern, eastern and northern African countries. The west is who have got problems.

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 6:15am On Mar 10, 2018
JandyJ:


Lol ma u said visa on arrival which means someone can go there with ordinary hand
ordinary hand to my understanding means going without anything not even money or luggage

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 6:20am On Mar 10, 2018
prettytolar:
Pls guys, how can one extend his or her stay past 30 days visa period?
just walk into an immigration office and you'll get it extended
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Mc1807(m): 10:51am On Mar 10, 2018
Am into women wears buh duno how it thrives there? What is d cost of gettin a shop ?place 2 live?how to start life there..any ansa can hep mercy am seriously tired of dz shithole
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 12:33pm On Mar 10, 2018
Mc1807:
Am into women wears buh duno how it thrives there? What is d cost of gettin a shop ?place 2 live?how to start life there..any ansa can hep mercy am seriously tired of dz shithole
the thing is you can start your business with whatever amount you have.

I met a man who owns a restaurant now, he told me his story, he started from making popcorn beside the road, after making some money rented a shop and started selling soft drinks along with the popcorn in the course of a year and half he already owns a very big restaurant where ppl drive 1/2hours just to come and eat there.

with 500k you're good to start your business here, if you don't want to start small

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by prettytolar(f): 2:38pm On Mar 10, 2018
Iammercy2018:
just walk into an immigration office and you'll get it extended
Your advice is well appreciated. Thanks

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by prettytolar(f): 2:39pm On Mar 10, 2018
EMMAACHILE:

Opportunities in Mozambique: 5 Sectors Worth Investing In

Poultry and Agric business are one of the sectors in need there. See link below

Summary is here
Mozambique has the 3rd highest rice consumption in the SADC, most of it imported. Demand for rice, growing at 6 to 7 percent per year, indicates an expanding gap between demand and production. Experts estimate that poultry consumption, particularly chicken, could double in the next 5 to 7 years. Studies routinely show a local preference for the locally produced chicken, but production costs, largely due to high feed costs, keep prices 15 percent above that of the imported Brazilian chicken in Maputo, and up to 25 percent higher outside the major cities.

The potential for feed production, including soy extraction, and distribution is emphasized by studies that show potential margins above 20 to 25 percent. Packaging and downstream manufacturing of certain cash crops – including cashews, tobacco and sugar – has potential for boosting value for the agricultural sector.

https://www.africa.com/opportunities-in-mozambique/

Wow thanks for this detailed information.
Do you live in Maputo?

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 3:03pm On Mar 10, 2018
prettytolar:


Wow thanks for this detailed information.
Do you live in Maputo?
No.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Mc1807(m): 3:14pm On Mar 10, 2018
Tanks mercy...buh wud like 2 dm u,how can dat b?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by prettytolar(f): 2:03am On Mar 11, 2018
Are there Nigerian banks there as well?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 2:57pm On Mar 11, 2018
prettytolar:
Are there Nigerian banks there as well?
the only bank I saw here that we also have in Nigeria is stanbic bank and I think Barclays bank too.

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 2:58pm On Mar 11, 2018
prettytolar:
Are there Nigerian banks there as well?
yeah you can pm me
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by prettytolar(f): 7:19pm On Mar 11, 2018
Iammercy2018:
the only bank I saw here that we also have in Nigeria is stanbic bank and I think Barclays bank too.
I learnt UBA is also there

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 8:12pm On Mar 11, 2018
prettytolar:
I learnt UBA is also there
yeah, i saw it today
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by prettytolar(f): 8:30pm On Mar 11, 2018
Any cheap or affordable city to stay and do business?
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 8:35pm On Mar 11, 2018
prettytolar:
Any cheap or affordable city to stay and do business?
almost all the cities here are relatively cheap, just a little higher margin in the capital city Maputo,

in other cities like e.g

beira
nampula
chimoio etc
they have almost the same rate in terms of accommodation and doing business.

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by prettytolar(f): 9:14pm On Mar 11, 2018
cheesy good info

Muito obrigado

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 12:56pm On Mar 14, 2018
I arrived the capital city (Maputo) today

Pics to follow.

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 1:00pm On Mar 14, 2018
Mozambique express, their National airline

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 1:11pm On Mar 14, 2018
Took this pics when the plane was above the cloud and I find it really beautiful kiss kiss

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 1:13pm On Mar 14, 2018
Another one

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 1:22pm On Mar 14, 2018
More photo update coming soon
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by manneger2: 5:55pm On Mar 14, 2018
Ok we like to see those pis
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Nobody: 7:28pm On Mar 14, 2018
Iammercy2018:
I arrived the capital city (Maputo) today

Pics to follow.
More pics. Showed one of my staff,this thread and he may be visiting next month.
Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 7:38pm On Mar 14, 2018
EMMAACHILE:

More pics. Showed one of my staff,this thread and he may be visiting next month.
will be uploading more pics tomorrow.
Stay tuned.

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 7:46pm On Mar 14, 2018
Continuing from where I stopped earlier today.

Departing a local airport in the city of "Chimoio" enroute "Maputo".

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by Iammercy2018(f): 7:50pm On Mar 14, 2018
A view from the Maputo int'l airport

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Re: Nigerians Living In Mozambique by chiMoni37(m): 8:02pm On Mar 14, 2018
Iammercy2018:
A view from the Maputo int'l airport
..nice country.. My neighbour left for Mozambique last year

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