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N2.5m To Invested In Naija by gel10: 8:58am On Dec 14, 2011
Pals, please a friend of mine who lives in Canada has N2.5million in one of the banks in Nigeria, but he is looking for a business he can invest this money in because with the removal of pet. subsidy next year a lot of things will be affected which will also affect the value of this money. Please advise wisely.
Re: N2.5m To Invested In Naija by Clerverly: 11:11am On Dec 14, 2011
Let him go into Haulage Business.
Re: N2.5m To Invested In Naija by gel10: 12:03pm On Dec 14, 2011
thanks for you contribution, but can you explain more about the business
Re: N2.5m To Invested In Naija by ajadek(m): 2:48pm On Dec 14, 2011
Let him invest 2m in me,i can be giving 7.5%monthly, am a petroleum marketer working in nnpc ilorin depot, now we raise petrol @55.50k perlitre and we sell@ #59 sometime #60perlitre everywk.we raise dkp 41.71 perlitre we sell @#100 upward but dpk nt weekly, so if u can invest now b4 subsidy it will better,thats my major concern now, if subsidy take off now.what we buy Wit 2m will turn to 4m.pls if u are 4 real let work 2geda.08034989352
Re: N2.5m To Invested In Naija by kt3tu(m): 3:39am On Dec 15, 2011
Hello,
Re: N2.5m To Invested In Naija by wysenas(m): 6:09am On Dec 15, 2011
Dont put all yur eggs in one basket,diversify d fund.WOODMATE INTERIORS,a modern and world class furniture/interior maker based in Abuja.as u know that every household needs a piece of furniture in d house,so its wise 2 invest with us becos its viable.our products includes wardrobes,kitchen cabinets,beds,office furnitures etc using MDF boards and modern accessories.just invest 1.2m with us 4 gd returns.one on one meeting with us to prove our point.
Re: N2.5m To Invested In Naija by NetAllianz(m): 7:20am On Dec 15, 2011
Buy and Sell AGO (Diesel) in the Niger Delta, Buy @ N10,000 per Drum and Sell @ N18,000 per Drum including N2,000 for Settlement. So N18,000 Less N12,000 equal N6,000 earnings on every drum of AGO.

That Represents over 30% per Run and you will have two runs a Month. With N2.5m you can imagine the returns.

Call +2348088365849 for Details.
Re: N2.5m To Invested In Naija by Seun(m): 9:36pm On Dec 15, 2011
If you need to investigate a fixed amount of money and you don't have any specific business in mind, you should invest in bonds or treasury bills or property you personally need (like a vacation home for your extended family).
Re: N2.5m To Invested In Naija by ajadek(m): 7:17pm On Dec 19, 2011
mr dav.i av prepare my backup with lawyer and others necesary people for gurantor.why am stil waiting for your respond.
Re: N2.5m To Invested In Naija by futurehome: 7:33pm On Dec 19, 2011
Wait until next year before starting up any business.
There are lots of business opportunities but you have to be prudent.
Re: N2.5m To Invested In Naija by gel10: 8:21am On Dec 20, 2011
@Futurehome, thanks, but will be better to have an idea of any of those business opportunities to enable him carry out thorough research on then.

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