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Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Silver247: 12:46pm On Apr 28
graced21:
but let me ask .
is 2 million naira enough to esterblish business there?

Its more than enough depending on the business tho


About the shop you asked about I will ask a friend and get back to you
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by graced21: 1:34pm On Apr 28
Silver247:


Its more than enough depending on the business tho


About the shop you asked about I will ask a friend and get back to you
please do, I dey learn business wey I want do there??
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by udoka2013: 9:36pm On May 04
I want to ask if the border had opened.?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 5:38am On May 05
udoka2013:
I want to ask if the border had opened.?

No
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by tonnymexx: 6:26am On May 05
Please when is border opening officially cos we hear different news everyday.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by MERCHANDISER: 10:25am On May 05
graced21:
please who knows how much shop costs monthly in techville??EMEKUSBOY9
when u wan travel?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 11:26am On May 05
MERCHANDISER:
when u wan travel?

My brother i can't tell u because i left there for few years, and alot of things will come into play like the type of shop.... And will also not want u to be misled.....

But my advice for u is too hold a reasonable amount, the amount of money you know is enough to get a shop here in Nigeria. You might get it cheaper due to currency value
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by EMEKUSBOY9(m): 11:29am On May 05
MERCHANDISER:
when u wan travel?

Till borders opens......
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Maxwell08: 1:12pm On May 05
Holywizard:
If u are really coming to Adjame, just know that it's a Muslim dominated area and those Op's experiences may not be possible.
U will hardly see an English speaking person here. No night life here in Adjame.
How did you enter bro?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by MERCHANDISER: 1:37pm On May 05
EMEKUSBOY9:


Till borders opens......
The border is partially open.I know a man that moves goods from Lagos to Ghana,he said if I am serious, the way I will run it is if I get to Ghana (20k),they will find a way to move you into Côte d'voire(5k).
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Holywizard(m): 1:42pm On May 05
road o
Maxwell08:

How did you enter bro?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by graced21: 5:36pm On May 05
MERCHANDISER:
when u wan travel?
I will have to inqure first

just preparing
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by MERCHANDISER: 5:50pm On May 05
graced21:
I will have to inqure first
just preparing
Okay,I am looking towards July to move. My problem is that I don't know anybody there
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Maxwell08: 10:44am On May 06
MERCHANDISER:
Okay,I am looking towards July to move.
My problem is that I don't know anybody there
Holywizard just entered why not chat him up
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by MERCHANDISER: 11:48am On May 06
Holywizard:
road o
How developed is Yopoungon and what business fit thrive there?
Pls give me your number.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Holywizard(m): 4:00pm On May 06
MERCHANDISER:
How developed is Yopoungon and what business fit thrive there?
Pls give me your number.
This Abidjan side is well developed. Most of our Igbos are into Bale (okirika) and spare parts (long term business)
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Holywizard(m): 4:06pm On May 06
MERCHANDISER:
The border is partially open.I know a man that moves goods from Lagos to Ghana,he said if I am serious, the way I will run it is if I get to Ghana (20k),they will find a way to move you into Côte d'voire(5k).
lies.
We paid 15k each just to cross to Ivory coast side.
U will also settle guys that will cross u from their 1 or 2 military checkpoints. They will put u in a bus that will take u to Bouake. From their you will then know the part of Abidjan u are heading to
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by blizard44: 9:03am On May 07
Holywizard:
Who is relocating 2 Ivory coast lets go together?

I bet you're there already.

Are you?
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by blizard44: 9:33am On May 07
Asiri1991:
@Stevelaw welcome to Abidjan. Check the notes you have very well. There are a lot of fake 10k and 5k denominations in circulation here. You risk a jail term if you are caught transacting with any. Do inbox me to connect you to someone at the embassy for your ID and resident permit. Don't bother going to the embassy. This will delay it.
No extortion intended, please. My bank did the latter for me though. I know you might feel bad we no longer chat. Deep inside you, you know the reason. Again, nnoo, nwanne.

Man, can I WhatsApp you?

I might need your help.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Holywizard(m): 9:59am On May 07
blizard44:


I bet you're there already.

Are you?
yes
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by blizard44: 10:01am On May 07
Holywizard:
yes

Cool.

How's life over there ?
Can 400k give me a reasonable head start?

Let me DM you, if you don't mind.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Holywizard(m): 10:04am On May 07
blizard44:


Man, can I WhatsApp you?

I might need your help.

Oga don't be scared o.
We just worked into their police station with our international passport for their residence permit for 2000 cf.
As for ID card from our embassy, our people are collecting like 7k to 10k which will be ready after 2 weeks.
One respected Igbo man collected 7k each from us.
Just be careful because some people are still running fake ID cards.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Holywizard(m): 10:08am On May 07
blizard44:


Cool.

How's life over there ?
Can 400k give me a reasonable head start?

Let me DM you, if you don't mind.
maybe sha.
Their house rent is expensive.
As for now, na one respected and godly Igbo man dey accommodate me with few others for his shop until we start earning in order to be able to raise money for house rents
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by blizard44: 10:09am On May 07
Holywizard:
Oga don't be scared o.
We just worked into their police station with our international passport for their residence permit for 2000 cf.
As for ID card from our embassy, our people are collecting like 7k to 10k which will be ready after 2 weeks.
One respected Igbo man collected 7k each from us.
Just be careful because some people are still running fake ID cards.

Sounds really smooth.

Where are the cheapest places to live in and what can I budget for like 3months of redundancy ( say one naira no dey come in at all) ?

Rent , food and basic expenses.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Holywizard(m): 10:32am On May 07
blizard44:


Sounds really smooth.

Where are the cheapest places to live in and what can I budget for like 3months of redundancy ( say one naira no dey come in at all) ?

Rent , food and basic expenses.
As I dey do, money never enter and I'm not expecting anything yet because I've not started hustling. There's how they collect their house rent. The thing is confusing. I'm sleeping at an Igbo man's shop for now. I'm still trying to figure out things as na new country. If I rush enter into any business, my money go fit burn away
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by blizard44: 11:22am On May 07
Holywizard:
As I dey do, money never enter and I'm not expecting anything yet because I've not started hustling. There's how they collect their house rent. The thing is confusing. I'm sleeping at an Igbo man's shop for now. I'm still trying to figure out things as na new country. If I rush enter into any business, my money go fit burn away

You really think am through.

Na make I put one or two together .

I dey enter very soon.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by MERCHANDISER: 3:00pm On May 07
blizard44:

You really think am through.
Na make I put one or two together .
I dey enter very soon.
Do you have anybody there
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by blizard44: 3:10pm On May 07
MERCHANDISER:
Do you have anybody there

If I have I won't be looking for info in a public forum na.

I no get.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by MERCHANDISER: 4:15pm On May 07
blizard44:

If I have I won't be looking for info in a public forum na.
I no get.
Alright... I'm planning to move before August
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by blizard44: 5:28pm On May 07
MERCHANDISER:
Alright...
I'm planning to move before August

Same timeline.
But way earlier.

All the best, man.
Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Ghost19(m): 6:38pm On May 08
Have they open the boarder? I will be going by June.

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