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Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by peeps4u: 8:46am On May 13
ChieduJoshua081:


I wish you could be a part of the team man. We could grow it together.

I'm based in osun bro
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by Iwanttoto1: 9:51am On May 13
ChieduJoshua081:


Am starting in Edo state but will be moving very fast to cover up the south south then to the south east followed by the south west. That is in electricity anyway. E-commerce and the rest are starting at once in all parts. In Electricity, it will not be as fast. The government might want to stop us and all those sorts of obstacles.

Sends me pm makes we tucks busyness
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by Whispereye: 10:09am On May 13
A freelancer copes with the epileptic power supply in Nigeria just like every other person everywhere else. Its all about planning your activities well and having power backup. If you can't afford a generator, the best you can do is to plan your work well when you have power
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by ChieduJoshua081(m): 10:19am On May 13
Iwanttoto1:


Sends me pm makes we tucks busyness

This your name na laugh o grin grin grin
Drop your number abeg I no sabi use this nairaland chat
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by ChieduJoshua081(m): 10:19am On May 13
peeps4u:


I'm based in osun bro

Just drop your number let's talk on whatsapp.
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by Iwanttoto1: 10:33am On May 13
ChieduJoshua081:


This your name na laugh o grin grin grin
Drop your number abeg I no sabi use this nairaland chat


Sent me a mails we tucks from dia.
iwanttoto1985@gmail.com
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by ChieduJoshua081(m): 10:55am On May 13
Iwanttoto1:



Sent me a mails we tucks from dia.
iwanttoto1985@gmail.com

I mailed you already
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by blizzers(m): 10:58am On May 13
ChieduJoshua081:


I mailed you already

Bro hit me too blizzers22@gmail.com
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by Timtim007(f): 10:58am On May 13
Install solar panels o..make ya life easy..the sun is free o
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by mahkanjuh: 1:09pm On May 13
makavele:
I do not freelance, but this 3kW solar has kept me going 24/7 for nearly 2 yrs now
yrs
How much did you get this? And what are the things it can power
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by makavele: 1:13pm On May 13
mahkanjuh:
yrs
How much did you get this? And what are the things it can power

I mentioned all in my posts up above; scroll up a bit and check
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by ChieduJoshua081(m): 1:54pm On May 13
blizzers:


Bro hit me too blizzers22@gmail.com

Thank you. I mailed you too.
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by MostIncredibleDFirst: 7:27am On May 14
Thanks to everyone who shared an idea on this post.

I had to order a solar system yesterday from Jumia for N130,000. The specs are 1kva Inverter, solar panel 150 Watts, battery 100ahs, with a charging controller.

But I noticed no one talked about ordering from Jumia. But suggestion is, however, made to order from Alibaba not minding that similar specs to the above on Alibaba is more expensive, plus the cost of international shipping from China.

Why no suggestion for Jumia, please?

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Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by eleojo23: 8:12am On May 14
MostIncredibleDFirst:
Thanks to everyone who shared an idea on this post.

I had to order a solar system yesterday from Jumia for N130,000. The specs are 1kva Inverter, solar panel 150 Watts, battery 100ahs, with a charging controller.

But I noticed no one talked about ordering from Jumia. But suggestion is, however, made to order from Alibaba not minding that similar specs to the above on Alibaba is more expensive, plus the cost of international shipping from China.

Why no suggestion for Jumia, please?

Can you post a picture of the order? thank you
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by mahkanjuh: 8:56am On May 14
MostIncredibleDFirst:
Thanks to everyone who shared an idea on this post.

I had to order a solar system yesterday from Jumia for N130,000. The specs are 1kva Inverter, solar panel 150 Watts, battery 100ahs, with a charging controller.

But I noticed no one talked about ordering from Jumia. But suggestion is, however, made to order from Alibaba not minding that similar specs to the above on Alibaba is more expensive, plus the cost of international shipping from China.

Please, what are the likely things this can power?
Why no suggestion for Jumia, please?
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by mahkanjuh: 8:56am On May 14
MostIncredibleDFirst:
Thanks to everyone who shared an idea on this post.

I had to order a solar system yesterday from Jumia for N130,000. The specs are 1kva Inverter, solar panel 150 Watts, battery 100ahs, with a charging controller.

But I noticed no one talked about ordering from Jumia. But suggestion is, however, made to order from Alibaba not minding that similar specs to the above on Alibaba is more expensive, plus the cost of international shipping from China.

Why no suggestion for Jumia, please?

Please, what are the likely things this can power?
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by MostIncredibleDFirst: 8:57am On May 14
eleojo23:


Can you post a picture of the order? thank you

Why do you require a picture of the order?
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by MostIncredibleDFirst: 9:00am On May 14
mahkanjuh:


Please, what are the likely things this can power?

Laptop, fan, tv, decoder, phone.
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by eleojo23: 9:06am On May 14
MostIncredibleDFirst:


Why do you require a picture of the order?

Chill...I am not asking for your orders details...cheesy

I meant the items in the order.

Is it a complete set or you ordered each separately?.

Is it like this screenshot?

Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by mahkanjuh: 9:06am On May 14
MostIncredibleDFirst:


Laptop, fan, tv, decoder, phone.

Thanks
Please, and it can work continuously as long as the battery is charged?
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by MostIncredibleDFirst: 9:29am On May 14
eleojo23:


Chill...I am not asking for your orders details...cheesy

I meant the items in the order.

Is it a complete set or you ordered each separately?.

Is it like this screenshot?

Well, this is a free advertisement for the dealer. He should pay for this advertisement.

Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by MostIncredibleDFirst: 9:32am On May 14
mahkanjuh:


Thanks
Please, and it can work continuously as long as the battery is charged?
I trust so. But na yesterday I order. I never collectam yet. Jumia offers a 7 day free return policy, if e no work.
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by peeps4u: 9:40am On May 14
ChieduJoshua081:


Just drop your number let's talk on whatsapp.
Could u drop yours if u don't mind?
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by eleojo23: 9:43am On May 14
MostIncredibleDFirst:


Well, this is a free advertisement for the dealer. He should pay for this advertisement.

Haha cheesy

Yeah..
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by ChieduJoshua081(m): 10:12am On May 14
peeps4u:

Could u drop yours if u don't mind?

08106203711 there you go
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by futurist369(m): 10:20am On May 14
lacasera14:
Nigeria's biggest challenge remains power. With power, almost everything will seamlessly fall in line. Generators are the only solution right now and they suck with all the noise they produce. But we don't have a choice.
aren't there solar power companies in Nigeria? If yes, then they aren't really doing much
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by dogtails(m): 10:21am On May 14
MostIncredibleDFirst:
Thanks to everyone who shared an idea on this post.

I had to order a solar system yesterday from Jumia for N130,000. The specs are 1kva Inverter, solar panel 150 Watts, battery 100ahs, with a charging controller.

But I noticed no one talked about ordering from Jumia. But suggestion is, however, made to order from Alibaba not minding that similar specs to the above on Alibaba is more expensive, plus the cost of international shipping from China.

Why no suggestion for Jumia, please?
Chat me up 08132476315 I work with jumia
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by futurist369(m): 11:11am On May 14
ChieduJoshua081:


I am starting up a company soon that will make poor electricity supply a thing of the past in Africa. There are two things that drives innovation in every country of the world. First Electricity, Second, Internet access. My company is taking care of that in due time. Chill about electricity man. Africa day go soon break. Ask me more.
hope you ain't doing solar?
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by ChieduJoshua081(m): 11:21am On May 14
futurist369:
hope you ain't doing solar?

No pal. I don't believe in solar that much.
Am talking about real time mega generation through wind turbines, steam and hydro.
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by ChieduJoshua081(m): 11:22am On May 14
futurist369:
hope you ain't doing solar?
Too many people are doing solar.

So what do you think about solar?
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by futurist369(m): 11:23am On May 14
ChieduJoshua081:

So what do you think about solar?
there are many companies in Nigeria offering solar power option, and me I don't like competition I love innovation..
Re: How Do You Cope With Nigeria's Epileptic Power Supply Issue As A Freelancer? by ChieduJoshua081(m): 11:43am On May 14
futurist369:
there are many companies in Nigeria offering solar power option, and me I don't like competition I love innovation..

Awesome. And inviting those whites to do things for us is set back. I love new innovation.
We can do these things but now Nigerian companies will rather invite whites who learnt things from road sides to come and be superiors to people who have the educational and practical skills. Because they are whites.

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