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NYSC / Re: Dead Bayelsa Corper Wrapped In Nylon Bag, Transported On Boat By Fellow Corpers by Bizlifelines201: 4:26pm On Jun 17, 2019
So sad. May God console his parents.
The corpse should have been embalmed by local experts so they won't be squeezing their noses as seen in the picture.

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Celebrities / Re: Top Ten Strongest Tribes In Africa by Bizlifelines201: 2:28am On Jun 17, 2019

Did they fight a battle among themselves?
Business / Re: The Secret Books Of Making Sales Daily by Bizlifelines201: 12:49am On Jun 17, 2019
Great books collection. Here's a non- foreign book your clients will love

Investment / Re: Nigeria: Investors lose N17b in 4 days,as NSE set to accelerate Islamic finance by Bizlifelines201: 6:12pm On Jun 16, 2019
Nigerian equities failed to fare well this week as negative sentiments from investors led to a N17 billion drop in market capitalisation of the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE).

The stock market kick-started the week on a bearish note as the All Share Index (ASI) declined by 0.36 per cent to close at 30,322.19 points, following sell-offs of Consumer Goods & Banking stocks.

Thus, the Month-to-Date and Year-to-Date losses increased to 2.40 and 3.53 per cent respectively while market capitalisation fell by N48 billion to close Monday at N13.354 trillion from N13.402 trillion.

Tuesday’s session saw losses in the shares of Dangote Cement, Nigerian Breweries and Dangote Sugar which drove a 0.7 per cent loss in the benchmark index while market capitalisation fell N98 billion to close at N13.256 trillion while YTD loss further weakened to -4.3 per cent.

There was no activity, however, on Wednesday as the Federal Government declared a holiday on June 12. Thursday’s session saw continued bearish run as the ASI shed 0.23 per cent to settle at 30,029.15 points following losses in the shares of Dangote Cement, Dangote Sugar and Access Bank.

Consequently, market capitalisation dropped N31 billion to settle at N13.224 trillion while YTD loss worsened to -4.5 per cent.

Friday’s session, however, saw a rebound in the stock market indices as the ASI recorded a marginal increase of 0.06 per cent to close the week at 30,046.70 points.

Similarly, market capitalisation grew by N8 billion to close the week at N13.232 trillion. However, the figure represents a N17 billion drop in the value of equities.

At the close of trading on Friday, 18 stocks appreciated in value while 12 others depreciated. Forte Oil topped the gainers’ chart with 9.91 per cent to close at N29.40 per share, Unity Bank was next with a gain of 9.38 per cent to close at 0.70 kobo, Royal Exchange increased by 9.09 per cent to close at 0.24 kobo, Courtville gained five per cent to close at 0.21 kobo while Wema Bank garnered 3.33 per cent to close at 0.62 kobo.

On the flipside, Thomas Wyatt topped the losers’ chart with 8.33 per cent to close at 0.33 kobo per share. International Breweries followed with 7.25 per cent to close at N18.55, Jaiz Bank lost 4.17 per cent to close at 0.46 kobo, Fidelity Bank declined by 2.89 per cent to close at N1.68 while Africa Prudential fell by 2.58 per cent to close at N3.40.

GT Bank topped the activity chart with the sale of 55.72 million shares valued at N1.71 billion. Access Bank traded 16.00 million shares worth N100.76 million while UBA sold 7.74 million shares worth N47.45 million.

Overall, the volume and value of stocks traded stood at 145.27 million units and N2,83 billion respectively in 2,445 deals.

Analysts noted that the market situation was down due to the current state of the economy, but added that the market would bounce back.

According to the Managing Director, Crane securities, Mike Eze, a more working relationship between the government and market stakeholders is needed to stimulate positivity in the economy as well as the capital market. “You know that the market is very sensitive and information driven, the economy is unstable at the moment, hence the bearish run. However, what we want the government to do is to take up capital market instruments and stop taking up foreign loans as the market has the capacity to provide such liquidity. The bonds raised so far has been commendable, but they need to come up with more bond initiatives so as to raise enough capital, with that liquidity will be provided, but with government continuing to borrow capital from abroad, then the market will suffer”.

Cordros Capital in an emailed note said: “Our outlook for equities in the short to medium term remains conservative, amidst absence of a positive catalyst. However, stable macroeconomic fundamentals remain supportive of recovery in the long term”.

Meanwhile, the NSE in partnership with REDmoney Group, is set to hold the inaugural edition of the IFN Nigeria Forum with theme: “Harnessing the Islamic Finance Sector for Infrastructure Development and Economic Growth”, this week at the Eko Hotels and Suites, Lagos. The forum is aimed at promoting the growth and development of the Nigerian Islamic Finance industry and facilitate the growth of a new asset class in the capital market.

The IFN Nigeria Forum 2019, which would be headlined by Ms Mary Uduk, acting Director-General, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), would bring together a stellar line-up of speakers, comprising senior industry players, decision makers, regulators and investors, to exchange views and experiences on opportunities in the Nigerian Islamic finance market.


All these misleading headlines. There's no real loss unless you are selling your stock for as long as your quantity of shares remain same..


Politics / Re: How Femi Gbajiamila Rigged The Election To Become Speaker - G70 (video) by Bizlifelines201: 5:55pm On Jun 16, 2019

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Politics / Re: Olatokunbo Joseph Talabi, Shuaib Afolabi Salisu Appointed As Ogun SSG & COS by Bizlifelines201: 5:53pm On Jun 15, 2019
It's Ogun na
Politics / Re: Igbo Presidency Doesn't Exist - Okorocha Says by Bizlifelines201: 5:14pm On Jun 14, 2019

No.I'm not talking about individualism in that sense.
The Nigerian state breeds individualism.we all know that.
The system will make you provide for yourself,light,water,healthcare,education and in extreme cases heavy infrastructures like road.
But let's leave that out.I was talking about the individualism of Igbo race in Nigeria and the fact that the current Nigerian system is unsustainable and will eventually collapse.

I get your explanation of individualism now. As part Nigeria breaking, forget it. The stake is even much higher than in 1966. During the June 12 struggle, I kept wondering why the strategy of the Yoruba was not to break away, I now know why. They knew it was going to be tough and tortuous but can be achieved in an undivided Nigeria than achieving self determination. Any part of Nigeria which thinks it can achieve self determination is just not getting it. At the highest level of Nigerian armed forces,there's no strong tribal affiliation
Politics / Re: Igbo Presidency Doesn't Exist - Okorocha Says by Bizlifelines201: 4:12pm On Jun 14, 2019
There is something I try so hard to understand about the issue of Igbo and the Nigerian presidency.
Has any tribe in Nigeria ever felt better than the others because their own tribeman is the president or head of state.
The Fulani ethnic group has had the highest number of heads of state/presidents ruling this nation,are they better off socially and economically than the Igbos.
The Yoruba too has had their own share of leadership at the apex in this country, are they better off than the igbos too?

I think it doesn't matter who becomes what in this godforsaken country.what matters is who is better off in this hell called Nigeria.people like the emperor,Rochas only work for what benefits them and not what will benefit the larger populace.
He thinks himself the best and most qualified Igbo man for the post of Nigerian presidency.
He failed in IMO and will keep failing.He had an opportunity to prove his own difference in IMO but failed.let him cry over spilled milk for the test of his life. Who cares.
And my advice to the Igbos:
1.know yourself
2.no tribe is exempted from the hell we are going through in this country including the people in the presidents backyard,Daura.
3.Individualism is the king in this country.make money,build house/s,marry a fine wife,have beautiful children and above all,be happy.
4.sit back and watch. This current system will eventually swallow itself and you will have nothing to lose.
Only works in short time. As you water others so also you get watered.Check out the life of every great man, they invest a lot in others. Individualism is for small minds.
Literature / Re: 1000+ Practical Business Ideas And Directory Of Money Sources by Bizlifelines201: 9:05am On Jun 14, 2019

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Business / Re: 5 Business Ideas For Enterprenuerial College Grads by Bizlifelines201: 8:57am On Jun 14, 2019
recent grads are choosing to forge their own paths by starting their own businesses across a wide variety of industries. Here are 10 low-cost business ideas you can start as a new graduate.
Clothing company
Did you dream of working in the fashion world, but couldn't find more than a few low-level opportunities in the field? If you have a great eye for design, you can strike out on your own and start an independent clothing company. Knowing how to sew or silk-screen will help you get off the ground, but you'll eventually need to find a good manufacturer to reach the next stage of growth. As with any business, high-quality products combined with great marketing skills are the keys to success.

Content creation
Thanks to social media and the 24-hour news cycle, creative individuals like writers and graphic designers can use their talents to produce high-quality, shareable content for businesses and media outlets. A growing gig economy of freelance and contract workers makes it easier than ever to market yourself as a professional freelance content creator. This can also be a great way to build up your skills should you choose to seek a full-time job later on. To help yourself stand out, make sure you have an idea of your brand, how you want to market yourself and how you want your skills to be used.

Electronic repair
In today's tech-obsessed world, most people use smartphones, tablets and laptops daily. With this constant usage, there's a good chance that at least one of those devices is going to crash or break at some point. If you're a techie who can fix these issues with relative ease, you can offer to repair people's electronics for cheaper than what the big retailers charge. Start by marketing your services to students at your alma mater who don't want to wait for the campus IT department to fix their hard drives.

Event entertainment
If you spent your undergrad years tinkering with sound-mixing software and staffing the DJ booth at your college radio station, starting an event entertainment company could be the right path for you. With only your music collection and your laptop, you can get people out on the dance floor at weddings and birthday parties, or simply provide background music at more casual events. DJ equipment is a big investment, but plenty of companies offer daily rentals of speakers, subwoofers and other accessories that you can use until you save up enough to buy your own.

Fitness instruction
Were you constantly hitting the gym after class? Turn your passion for fitness into a lucrative job by becoming a fitness instructor or personal trainer. You'll have to put in a small amount of time and money to get certified, but organizations like the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America offer online certification programs that you can complete at your own pace. Once you're a certified trainer, you can look for openings at local gyms or work one-on-one with clients at their homes. You can also find numerous programs for certification to teach fitness classes such as yoga or Zumba.
Graphic design
Are you a whiz with software tools like Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop? Many small businesses are clamoring for affordable access to professional branding, such as logos, banners and signs. If you're about to leave college with a toolbox full of graphic design skills, consider launching a freelance design business that caters to other entrepreneurs. Once you establish a network of contacts and a reputation for quality designs, you can leverage past work into new jobs and possibly even set yourself up with a full-time job right out of college.

Handmade crafts
Do you have a knack for knitting, making jewelry or creating other small crafts? If you can produce a lot of items quickly, you can open up an online storefront and sell your creations to the public. Startup costs are extremely low if you purchase your materials in bulk from a craft supplier, and if you can turn orders around quickly, you'll make a profit in no time. You could even turn your store into a full-time gig. Websites such as Etsy, Bonanza and ArtFire are great places to sell your work, and a supplementary Instagram account can help drive traffic to your online store.

Social media consultation
Want to put that marketing or communications degree to good use? Consider starting a social media consulting firm. Small businesses often have to take care of their own social media marketing. With so many other responsibilities, though, the company's owners may be too busy to come up with great strategies for each of the growing number of social channels businesses are expected to utilize. As a consultant, you can help businesses determine the best tactics, posting schedules and content for your clients' target audiences. As their follower counts grow, so will your business. [Related:
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Great compilations. Well done OP

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Politics / Re: President Buhari And Osinbajo Laughing In The Office (Photo) by Bizlifelines201: 1:21pm On Jun 13, 2019
Who remembers like for atiku 4554 share for buhari 1013
grin grin grin they were liking the defeat grin grin
Culture / Re: Popular Yoruba Actor Dangunro Is Dead. by Bizlifelines201: 11:22am On Jun 13, 2019
Eeya. I love and enjoy his acting roles. May God grant his family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Politics / Re: Ajimobi, Aregbesola, Sanwo-olu Visits Tinubu In Abuja [photos] by Bizlifelines201: 7:53pm On Jun 12, 2019
Great leader!

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Politics / Re: Ben Kalu Reacts To Exclusion Of South East From 9th NASS Leadership by Bizlifelines201: 5:21pm On Jun 12, 2019
The Igbo are the rejected stone, that later will become chief corner stone, that was used to build the temple.
Honestly, nobody is rejecting the Igbo, it's the other way round sir

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Politics / Re: 9th NASS: Forces That Pulled Victory For Lawan, Gbajabiamila by Bizlifelines201: 4:28pm On Jun 12, 2019
This is a slap on we Igbos embarassed
Nothing like one Nigeria when we are been treated like outsiders in our so called country!
If only we have good Igbo leaders that will stand up for the truth undecided
On the contrary,much of this was predicted by a few intelligent people of Igbo extraction before and during the election advicing their fellow brothers and sisters that you Igbo can have your people in both leading parties but they were called several unprintable names. It's an opportunity for those people to take leadership and ensure that the mistake is not repeated in 2023 when most likely the north and south west will queue behind a Southwest Presidential candidate of APC. The current structure is built likely to achieve a Bola Tinubu presidency in 2023,maybe for once the South will unite behind a candidate wink

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Politics / Re: Buhari Renames National Stadium Abuja After MKO Abiola by Bizlifelines201: 3:04pm On Jun 12, 2019
So many educational institutions have changed names in Nigeria and heaven didn't fall. Unilag wouldn't have been different. By the way, I'm also an Alumnus of Unilag and any name change wouldn't affect my certificate. Jonathan did the right thing but hateful Yoruba people took to the streets in protest. There are other cases too. Jonathan removed subsidy and increased fuel price, hateful Yorubas took to the streets and occupied everywhere. Jihadist Buhari did the same and hateful Yorubas cheered and clapped in admiration. Yorubas are the problem with Nigeria.
There's already a tertiary institution named after MKO Abiola. Let's say the truth GEJ goofed. I recall the Abiola family was even embarrassed by the action of GEJ. It's not about the Yoruba, it's respecting the man's sacrifice to the nation.
Politics / Re: Buhari Renames National Stadium Abuja After MKO Abiola by Bizlifelines201: 2:53pm On Jun 12, 2019
...first match at the MKO Abiola National Stadium should be between Abiola Babes vs Leventis Utd...
Brilliant suggestion! I used to support Abiola Babes those days against IICC and Leventis. My brother was a Leventis Fan
Politics / Re: Buhari Renames National Stadium Abuja After MKO Abiola by Bizlifelines201: 2:46pm On Jun 12, 2019

All I am saying is that the Igbos are being left behind politically and I for one am not happy about that because I believe the Igbos can do better...... somehow I believe an ignore man is the solution to our economical issues.
The igbo have a crop of resilient and intelligent people not filled with hate for other Nigerians of other ethnic extraction and I believe if these crop of people are now given a chance, will go back to the drawing board and forge a credible effective opposition like Awo did in the first republic.
Politics / Re: Buhari Renames National Stadium Abuja After MKO Abiola by Bizlifelines201: 2:40pm On Jun 12, 2019
Very soon, northerners will be demanding for compensation for the pogrom against their political leaders by the Igbo because they were killed in the first coup dominated by igbo military officers and the whole blaming game starts all over
Politics / Re: Buhari Renames National Stadium Abuja After MKO Abiola by Bizlifelines201: 2:27pm On Jun 12, 2019

how about a govt that will heal the wounds of the aftermath of the pogrom and civil war on the igbos in Nigeria

I think that is long overdue too.

June 12 should be our democracy day tho, because of obvious reasons.

How about the memory of those like Late Chief SL Akintola, Alhaji Tafawa Hello, Alhaji Ahmadu Bello killed by the igbo-dominated mutineers. Let's be fair to others wink The northerners till date believed that the murder of their first set of leaders left an irreparable damage on their generations till date.

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Education / Re: JAMB, Institutions Approve 160 As Cut-off Mark For 2019 Admission by Bizlifelines201: 1:30pm On Jun 12, 2019
This is a national disgrace and I urge the authorities in the University of Lagos to reject such arrant admission cut off nonsense. 40% is third class and how many organisations and even government agencies hire third class graduates.

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Politics / Re: Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila Wins 9th Assembly Reps Speaker by Bizlifelines201: 5:51pm On Jun 11, 2019
Femi, Femi, Femi, Bhago cheesy
Travel / Re: Lagos-Ibadan Railway: An Update Into Yaba, Ebute-Metta Axis - Photos by Bizlifelines201: 4:23pm On Jun 11, 2019

You even dull pass Buhari.

So we should learn ewedu politics from your waste land because one dullard decides to complete a road PDP started?

Remove Lagos, is your waste land better than other regions?

Go to Ifite, a village in Awka; Abariba, a village in Abia, Nnewi, a village in Anambra, Enugu city or Onitsha and see what it means to develop a place without lazily waiting on the government.

Sincerely, there's a lot other regions can learn about developmental mentality from the Igbos.
Really? You are a very "good " ambassador of these places you are promoting and the chance meeting with you online is enough for me to know the kinds of people there. Thank you.

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Politics / Re: APC, PDP Governors, Others Congratulate Ahmed Lawan On His Victory (photos) by Bizlifelines201: 2:38pm On Jun 11, 2019
I hate APC with passion. I pity people who are not seeing what am seeing.
Maybe because the vision of others is not clouded by hate like yours

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Politics / Re: NASS Election: A Wailer Officially Quit Politics - Photo by Bizlifelines201: 2:33pm On Jun 11, 2019
i will also quit shortly grin
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Politics / Re: NASS Election: A Wailer Officially Quit Politics - Photo by Bizlifelines201: 2:30pm On Jun 11, 2019
Joke section material grin
You don't quit what you build. What you build is your legacy.

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Travel / Re: Lagos-Ibadan Railway: An Update Into Yaba, Ebute-Metta Axis - Photos by Bizlifelines201: 2:26pm On Jun 11, 2019

This is about development so why would I insult my fellow countrymen, it's just healthy competition.

Do you know fashola schooled in Benin?
Hahaha. Benin and the whole of Edo state used to be part of the West and some people believed their progress was even slowed down by lumping them with the rest of SS.Honestly, Fashola' s case is a are exception and you know. Back to back in Lagos now, it is University of Lagos alumnus.

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Travel / Re: Lagos-Ibadan Railway: An Update Into Yaba, Ebute-Metta Axis - Photos by Bizlifelines201: 2:23pm On Jun 11, 2019

I love your mature response and that you didn't throw banters... If all comments are like this on NL, there won't be tribal issues...
Each region should identify it's comparative advantage and use it to inspire other regions for greatness for the good of the nation.

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