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Business / Re: To All Forever Living- And Other Networking- Distributors by aloeman15(m): 3:26am On Aug 02
Training for 9pm, August 2-

The Smart Plan
How do you maximize the time you have, to be as effective as possible in your business?
This is going to be an interactive training with a brief introduction, followed by a "brainstorming" session.
Visit-
https://mobile.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=4064321103681665&id=913983862048754
Business / Re: To All Forever Living- And Other Networking- Distributors by aloeman15(m): 1:38pm On Aug 01
Business / Re: To All Forever Living- And Other Networking- Distributors by aloeman15(m): 9:38pm On Jul 30
On August 1 2021, we'll start a training for interested FBOs.
Indicate as follows-

1. The date you joined, how many in your downline and your current level/position.
2. Your country, state/province, local area/town.
3. Your Commitment- hours and days.
4. Your most urgent problem with the business.
5. Facebook, Whatsapp, Zoom or other platform?
Join the community-
https://www.facebook.com/groups/218283605451918/?ref=share

adekusibe10:
Am in
Business / Re: To All Forever Living- And Other Networking- Distributors by aloeman15(m): 8:31pm On Jul 30
Join in! Say,
"Yes, I'm in!"
Business / Re: To All Forever Living- And Other Networking- Distributors by aloeman15(m): 12:46am On Jul 28
adekusibe10:
Am in
Join in!
Invite others!!
It'll be rewarding!!!
Business / Re: To All Forever Living- And Other Networking- Distributors by aloeman15(m): 9:22am On Jul 24
Speak up;
Speak out!
Business / Re: To All Forever Living- And Other Networking- Distributors by aloeman15(m): 9:47am On Jul 22
Spread the word! smiley
adekusibe10:
Am in
Business / To All Forever Living- And Other Networking- Distributors by aloeman15(m): 7:53pm On Jul 19
We're Going To Start A BUSINESS PLAN And WORK CHALLENGE For All Members.

#theFLP_bpandwc
1. Are you doing the business full or part-time?
2. Set your financial goals.
3. Plan your work.
4. Work your plan.
5. KISS- keep it stupidly simple! cheesy

We begin once 25 DISTRIBUTORS reply with-

"Yes, I'M IN!"

PS- I'll modify this post as needed, so bookmark/save it.

Get help and support-
Wherever you are!
Success awaits.
Join in!!
Phones / Re: 9mobile customers, beware- deactivate ur old data plans by aloeman15(m): 2:13pm On Nov 25, 2019
I loaded N200 on Friday.
got an alert today, Monday, saying my data remains 93mb.
shu
Las las, dem tok say na my fault, sake of say I for don
deactivate d data, if to say e taya me.
sodiafor, y I com dey shout.
naso I com ax say,
wait o! una min sey customer musto dey cram all d code wey
all man don use, com go dey cansu dem?!
na so d woman tok, yes na.
unbilivabul...
Isok na.
nahim I say make I nack una d gist o.
bkiafu, b4 dem cari u go last year data.
ayaf try.
Phones / Re: 9mobile customers, beware- deactivate ur old data plans by aloeman15(m): 2:12pm On Nov 25, 2019
@9mobile customers, beware- deactivate ur old data plans o. ... I loaded N200 on Friday. got an alert today, Monday, saying my data remains 93mb. shu Las las, dem tok say na my fault, sake of say I for don deactivate d data, if to say e taya me. sodiafor, y I com dey shout. naso I com ax say, wait o! una min sey customer musto dey cram all d code wey all man don use, com go dey cansu dem?! na so d woman tok, yes na. unbilivabul... Isok na. nahim I say make I nack una d gist o. bkiafu, b4 dem cari u go last year data. ayaf try.
Phones / Re: 9mobile customers, beware- deactivate ur old data plans by aloeman15(m): 1:35pm On Nov 25, 2019
I loaded N200 on Friday.
got an alert today, Monday, saying my data remains 93mb.
shu

Las las, dem tok say na my fault, sake of say I for don deactivate d data, if to say e taya me.
sodiafor, y I com dey shout.
naso I com ax say,
wait o! una min sey customer musto dey cram all d code wey all man don use, com go dey cansu dem?!
na so d woman tok, yes na.

unbilivabul...
Isok na.

nahim I say make I nack una d gist o.
bkiafu, b4 dem cari u go last year data.
ayaf try.
Phones / 9mobile customers, beware- deactivate ur old data plans by aloeman15(m): 10:21am On Nov 25, 2019
aka "9mobile, I Dey Beg- Pls Return My Balance."

@9mobileNg,
but y na?
una use cuny cuny to reactivate data plan of June 1st!
I mean, who subs 150 mb for N200-
In dis buhari austerity?!
I use God to beg u pipul.
I don off d data, check my balance.
na 83mb plus 9mb whatsapp remain.
return my balance.
na beg I dey.
tans a bush.
0818*******
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Live In Gateman Needed by aloeman15(m): 5:15pm On Nov 08, 2019
competitive
nuelleoz:
What's the pay
still open.
Business / Re: Disgraceful- Exhibitors Decry Low Patronage At Lagos Trade Fair by aloeman15(m): 5:12pm On Nov 08, 2019
coolcharm:
We are enjoying next level something here.
dis is center of excellence o.

hisgrace090:
This country and backwardness ehh!!?
but it's d top businesses in Lagos arranging dis tin na.
y all dis nonsense?
Business / Disgraceful- Exhibitors Decry Low Patronage At Lagos Trade Fair by aloeman15(m): 8:00pm On Nov 05, 2019
dis is a shame on d LCCI.
in dis age of online everything, wot excuse could dey possibly give 4 dis embarrassment?
if dey even feel embarrassed sef...


Exhibitors decry low patronage at Lagos
Trade Fair
By Kehinde Olatunji
05 November 2019 | 12:02 am
Four days into the 31 st edition of the Lagos International
Trade Fair, exhibitors have decried low patronage of
their wares .The traders also criticized the lackadaisical
attitude of the organisers towards their plight . The
challenges listed irregularities include poor ticketing,
security challenges , and no parking space for visitors /
customers .
When The Guardian visited the venue yesterday at
Tafawa Balewa Square ( TBS ) , the fair , which is being
organised by the Lagos Chambers of Commerce and
Industry ( LCCI ) , witnessed low turnout of customers .
While speaking with The Guardian , an exhibitor from
Ghana simply identified as Theresa who sells herbal
drinks said that the 2019 fair was the third time she
would come to promote her goods .
She said : “This is the third time that I have been coming
here . This year ’ s sales is poor , people are not coming ,
there is no patronage , only a few come and go, they only
seek to know the prices of products , test and go away ,
they don’ t buy . But two years ago and by this time last
year I had recorded a huge sales . I don’ t know what
could be responsible for this because I am not a
Nigerian , my products are from Ghana .”
A coordinator at one of the exhibition stands who does
not want his name in print and had been coming to
market his goods since 2012 rated the sales at the
ongoing trade fair low .“ This year’ s sale is too low
compared with previous years . The people ’ s purchasing
power is very low , so they couldn ’ t buy . I urge the
government to improve the economy of the country so
that ordinary Nigerians could afford basic things .”
One Christiana also noted that the fair has lost its
flavour . “ Everywhere is just quiet. The government
should open the border and let money circulate . Things
are really expensive so people could only afford to buy
food .” She said . Another exhibitor simply identified as
Franco who deals with electronics said , “ This is my 10 th
year . There are no sales , nothing is happening . Maybe it
is because of the hardship in the country , as we all know
that the economy is bad . I also believe that the border
closure is part of the low patronage .”
Meanwhile , some traders have attributed the low
patronage to the attitude of the organisers in selling
tickets to visitors . A participant in the fair who doesn ’ t
wants to remain anonymous said , “ The mode of ticketing
is not encouraging so many people are discouraged. In
previous years , the tickets were accessible . For instance,
in previous years , car owners were given stickers so they
brought their cars inside but now it is not so. People are
uncomfortable to park their cars outside .”
A staff of an engineering company, said , “ organization
this year is poor compared to last year . The first couple
of days was not organised and the security was rough .
By 10 . am on the first day , they had no tickets to sell to
the people who wanted to gain entrance ; they kept
people waiting for more than three hours before they
managed to get a few tickets . The first couple of days
were hectic but it has normalized. ”

https://m.guardian.ng/news/exhibitors-decry-low-patronage-at-lagos-trade-fair/
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Live In Gateman Needed by aloeman15(m): 9:45am On Nov 04, 2019
aloeman15:
still open.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Live In Gateman Needed by aloeman15(m): 1:53pm On Nov 02, 2019
aloeman15:
still open.
Politics / Re: Nigeria Needs A Competent Customs And Immigration Service, Not Border Closure by aloeman15(m): 7:27pm On Oct 30, 2019
Naijiant:

People who can read.
Shey dem don reply u na.
or u think those in govt r unaware of wot u wrote?
if u really believe buhari could control d cabals dt run customs, Sori o.
Business / Re: Border Closure: List Made In Nigeria Products by aloeman15(m): 7:23pm On Oct 30, 2019
Business / Border Closure: List Made In Nigeria Products by aloeman15(m): 9:45pm On Oct 28, 2019
Buy Nigerian to grow the naira.

List products made in your state.

made o. instead of assembled.

make we know. cool

carry go.

up 9ja!

cheesy

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Politics / Re: Nigeria Needs A Competent Customs And Immigration Service, Not Border Closure by aloeman15(m): 9:37pm On Oct 28, 2019
who exactly did u write dis 4?
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Live In Gateman Needed by aloeman15(m): 11:27am On Oct 28, 2019
aloeman15:
still open.
Health / Re: US- Elevated Arsenic Levels Found In Some Bottled Water Brands by aloeman15(m): 1:08am On Oct 28, 2019
crestedaguiyi:
Not every bad thing in America is worse in Nigeria or Africa in general
quite true.
but do u believe water purity is 1 of those things?
Health / Re: Am Pregnant I Need Assistance by aloeman15(m): 10:58pm On Oct 26, 2019
Debbysuave:
Am base in Lagos... You can reach me on my mobile, I will provide every details necessary sir/ma. 08114731577. Thanks
open a thread in family section. better/appropriate audience there.

mods, kindly assist
Health / US- Elevated Arsenic Levels Found In Some Bottled Water Brands by aloeman15(m): 9:55pm On Oct 26, 2019
this is in America o. where:
- bottled water, a product for which people pay a premium, is less regulated than tap water.
- “Of the 259 total bottles (1 per company) analyzed, 93% showed signs of microplastics”.

who then can say wots inside Nigeria's pure water? bottled water? dispenser water?
will we act b4 our loved ones r affected?


A consumer organization says federal limits on
arsenic are too high
By Mark Huffman
04/19/2019 | ConsumerAffairs | Health
News
Photo (c) kalender - Getty Images
Consumers often reach for cases of bottled water at the
supermarket in the belief that it’s cleaner and healthier than
what comes from the tap. But new research from Consumer
Reports (CR) suggests that could be a mistaken notion.
Specifically, the CR research looked at arsenic levels in
bottled water products sold in the U.S. Arsenic levels are
limited by federal regulations to no more than 10 parts per
billion (ppb).
The organization’s researchers looked at public records and
internal test results conducted by various bottled water
brands. They report finding several brands contained arsenic
levels well below the federal threshold but at or above 3 ppb,
which CR says may be dangerous to consume over an
extended period of time.
“It makes no sense that consumers can purchase bottled
water that is less safe than tap water,” said James Dickerson,
chief scientific officer at Consumer Reports. “If anything,
bottled water—a product for which people pay a premium,
often because they assume it’s safer—should be regulated at
least as strictly as tap water.”
Detectable amounts of arsenic
CR said it found 11 brands out of the more than 130 it
analyzed that had detectable amounts of arsenic. Six, it said,
had arsenic levels that exceeded 3 ppb. The brands are:
Starkey, which is owned by Whole Foods
Peñafiel, which is owned by Keurig Dr. Pepper
Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water
Volvic, owned by Danone
Crystal Creamery
EartH₂O.
CR said in its report that Keurig Dr. Pepper provided Peñafiel's
bottled water quality report for 2018, which showed that the
water had non-detectable amounts of arsenic. But because of
CR’s questions, the company conducted new testing last
month that showed arsenic levels in some samples of 17 ppb,
well above the federal limit.
According to CR, the company has stopped bottled water
production for two weeks at its Mexico facility that makes
Peñafiel for export to the U.S. It told CR that it plans to install
an improved filtering system to lower arsenic levels.
Other concerns
As bottled water has become America’s favorite beverage,
there have been a variety of health concerns associated with
it. A decade ago the issue was bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical
used in plastic to make it firm.
After a number of health researchers suggested the chemical
was leaching into the water and causing potential
reproductive issues, manufacturers largely abandoned BPA
and went to softer plastic bottles.
More recently there have been concerns over something
called “microplastic pollution.” Last year, Sherri Mason, a
chemist and researcher at the State University of New York at
Fredonia, tested 259 brands of bottled water for plastic
particles. She and a team of researchers found “widespread
contamination,” according to a report published by the
school's environmental sciences program.
“Of the 259 total bottles analyzed, 93% showed signs of
microplastics,” the report says. The researchers said
contaminated bottles included leading, well-known brands
such as Evian, Aquafina, Dasani, Nestle Pure Life, and San
Pellegrino.
The health effects of consuming microplastics are unknown.


- https://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/elevated-arsenic-levels-found-in-some-bottled-water-brands-041919.html
Health / US- Elevated Arsenic Levels Found In Some Bottled Water Brands by aloeman15(m): 7:53pm On Oct 26, 2019
this is in America o. where:
- bottled water, a product for which people pay a premium, is less regulated than tap water.
- “Of the 259 total bottles (1 per company) analyzed, 93% showed signs of microplastics”.

who then can say wots inside Nigeria's pure water? bottled water? dispenser water?
will we act b4 our loved ones r affected?


A consumer organization says federal limits on
arsenic are too high
By Mark Huffman
04/19/2019 | ConsumerAffairs | Health
News
Photo (c) kalender - Getty Images
Consumers often reach for cases of bottled water at the
supermarket in the belief that it’s cleaner and healthier than
what comes from the tap. But new research from Consumer
Reports (CR) suggests that could be a mistaken notion.
Specifically, the CR research looked at arsenic levels in
bottled water products sold in the U.S. Arsenic levels are
limited by federal regulations to no more than 10 parts per
billion (ppb).
The organization’s researchers looked at public records and
internal test results conducted by various bottled water
brands. They report finding several brands contained arsenic
levels well below the federal threshold but at or above 3 ppb,
which CR says may be dangerous to consume over an
extended period of time.
“It makes no sense that consumers can purchase bottled
water that is less safe than tap water,” said James Dickerson,
chief scientific officer at Consumer Reports. “If anything,
bottled water—a product for which people pay a premium,
often because they assume it’s safer—should be regulated at
least as strictly as tap water.”
Detectable amounts of arsenic
CR said it found 11 brands out of the more than 130 it
analyzed that had detectable amounts of arsenic. Six, it said,
had arsenic levels that exceeded 3 ppb. The brands are:
Starkey, which is owned by Whole Foods
Peñafiel, which is owned by Keurig Dr. Pepper
Crystal Geyser Alpine Spring Water
Volvic, owned by Danone
Crystal Creamery
EartH₂O.
CR said in its report that Keurig Dr. Pepper provided Peñafiel's
bottled water quality report for 2018, which showed that the
water had non-detectable amounts of arsenic. But because of
CR’s questions, the company conducted new testing last
month that showed arsenic levels in some samples of 17 ppb,
well above the federal limit.
According to CR, the company has stopped bottled water
production for two weeks at its Mexico facility that makes
Peñafiel for export to the U.S. It told CR that it plans to install
an improved filtering system to lower arsenic levels.
Other concerns
As bottled water has become America’s favorite beverage,
there have been a variety of health concerns associated with
it. A decade ago the issue was bisphenol A (BPA), a chemical
used in plastic to make it firm.
After a number of health researchers suggested the chemical
was leaching into the water and causing potential
reproductive issues, manufacturers largely abandoned BPA
and went to softer plastic bottles.
More recently there have been concerns over something
called “microplastic pollution.” Last year, Sherri Mason, a
chemist and researcher at the State University of New York at
Fredonia, tested 259 brands of bottled water for plastic
particles. She and a team of researchers found “widespread
contamination,” according to a report published by the
school's environmental sciences program.
“Of the 259 total bottles analyzed, 93% showed signs of
microplastics,” the report says. The researchers said
contaminated bottles included leading, well-known brands
such as Evian, Aquafina, Dasani, Nestle Pure Life, and San
Pellegrino.
The health effects of consuming microplastics are unknown.


- https://www.consumeraffairs.com/news/elevated-arsenic-levels-found-in-some-bottled-water-brands-041919.html
Phones / Re: Share Ur Funny SM Comments- Glo Gave Me Free 150mb Data!!! by aloeman15(m): 9:23pm On Oct 23, 2019
MilesLamar:
Lol
I think say na only me!
catch fun jare cheesy

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Pls stop all this grammar and fix
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Daniel Ehinomen
see complainers. ontop only 1 day?
abeg, make una shift! 150mb, since
October 1, lyk say I beg dem 4 data.
who know sef, weda dem take am
prank me! to find wia network dey
com b lyk legend of d seeker, abi na
neva endin story. una sef dey vex.
learners
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dis guy blood dey hot o...
Phones / Re: Please Help I Can't Use Play Store On ZTE Nubia Z11 by aloeman15(m): 2:49pm On Oct 23, 2019
try aptoide. download d apk. u can transfer apps u get from there.
Phones / Share Ur Funny SM Comments- Glo Gave Me Free 150mb Data!!! by aloeman15(m): 12:45pm On Oct 23, 2019
On independence day as bonus!
I still dey try connect...
who get network?
undecided
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Live In Gateman Needed by aloeman15(m): 4:56pm On Oct 17, 2019
sadly, ur too young.
adigun98:
Sire am interested in job but the Age is the issue am 23,any problem about that sire ?
still open
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Live In Gateman Needed by aloeman15(m): 10:49am On Oct 15, 2019
aloeman15:
still open
.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Live In Gateman Needed by aloeman15(m): 9:46am On Oct 13, 2019
aloeman15:
still open
.

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