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Webmasters / Re: Article Writers Needed - Earn Between 10,000-15,000 Weekly by elkonS: 1:27pm On Nov 24, 2016
supersystemsng:


Got it... Workload o... Will drop you a reply soon

Take Care
Aiii.....sent already. Expecting your reply
Webmasters / Re: Article Writers Needed - Earn Between 10,000-15,000 Weekly by elkonS: 1:19pm On Nov 24, 2016
supersystemsng:
Article Writers needed.

If you're interested in making some extra cash like 10-15k weekly signup with me.

Check my signature and contact me today

Thanks for reading
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Fashion/Clothing Market / Re: Cute Female Shoes For Sale @ Incredibly Low Prices. by elkonS: 12:57pm On Nov 24, 2016
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Fashion/Clothing Market / Re: Cute Female Shoes For Sale @ Incredibly Low Prices. by elkonS: 12:50pm On Nov 24, 2016
different views

Celebrities / Re: See What This Man Did After SA Pastor Used Insecticide To Perform "Miracle" by elkonS: 12:47pm On Nov 24, 2016
gj
Politics / Re: Osinbajo Tours Anambra's Industrial Sites With Ngige & Governor Obiano (Photos) by elkonS: 12:46pm On Nov 24, 2016
awesome..

LADIES CHECK THIS THREAD FOR FEMALE SHOES AT LOW PRICES https://www.nairaland.com/3483518/cute-female-shoes-sale-incredibly
Fashion/Clothing Market / Cute Female Shoes For Sale @ Incredibly Low Prices. by elkonS: 12:40pm On Nov 24, 2016
we've got pretty cute female office shoes for the corporate ladies and pretty little girls shoes also.At incredibly low prices!!! Trust me when I say low.

DO YOU KNOW THE BEST PART OF THIS ITS GOING TO BE DELIVERED TO YOUR DOORSTEP AND PAYMENT WILL BE MADE AFTER DELIVERY. HOW CONVENIENT??
Save your self the market stress. We've got you covered.
**For Lagos residents only
**First grade American used
P. S:will be dropping more details(size, contact) soon
Reach me on bbm: 5EF78E70

Crime / Re: Thread closed ..i was wrong by elkonS: 8:22am On Nov 07, 2016
thesicilian:

You're pained that you were shortchanged (allegedly) and yet you say your tears are not for the money you obviously and desperately need. And yet at the end you say its not about money. And then you want to sue. Sue for what? Peace? Aren't lawsuits about money?

Just try to be yourself, no need to pretend to be what you're not.
dude you need epp I swear... cos I don't know which one is your own this morning it seems you're just looking for someone to while away time with after this I won't grant you the dignity of my reply. so if I said it wasn't about the money nko what's your own ??abi is it not time u put into it is that one painful.
And I dislike selective folks they pick the part that suits them so of all the questions I asked you in my previous reply this all you can say you couldn't even answer.
finally it was lalasticalalagrin I was talking to of which was on a lighter note... so don't be a literal dumb ass when I said I was gonna sue in fact I remember saying "shey I should Sue them?? " a question to catch his attention. so now if you don't have any other thing to say kindly scram.
btw I know you won't see all I typed now you select the one that suits you and reply to that ..anyway that's your cup of tea I have mine already. you won't see a reply from me anymore

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Crime / Re: Thread closed ..i was wrong by elkonS: 7:09am On Nov 07, 2016
Benjom:
Hope MTN will see this so as to tell us what happened... otherwise, many of their subscribers will back out of this game thing.
Thank you jare.... this the only sensible comment.. I never believed all those scaling tales but now I see it clearly
Crime / Re: Thread closed ..i was wrong by elkonS: 7:06am On Nov 07, 2016
DrRasheed:
Hahaha... Who do u expect to give u 5k for 50 naira ? The harder the recession hit, the aggressive the people become.
Nawa for Nigerians oo.. I can bet you didn't read through. I guessed you missed the part where i said I spent close to #1500 on it and that's because I just felt like trying it out if was to aim for the top spot I could have spent 5k on credit.
For the second time it's not #50 for 5k. educate yourself please!!! rubbish
Nigerians are pathetic I swear
Crime / Re: Thread closed ..i was wrong by elkonS: 7:02am On Nov 07, 2016
thesicilian:


Why is the money not painful?! I mean, were you not in the game for the money?
Hello oga.... what good will what you've said do now... I said it was not the money that was painful.. you are asking if I was in it for the money.. no I was in it cos I love mtn.. rubbish!!!
some people will just come and be gallivanting cos they seem to know something.
I mean this is all you could say in all you read.. plss don't increase my anger this morning just kindly swerve.
lalasticlala what do I do oo shey I should Sue mtngrin
Crime / Re: Thread closed ..i was wrong by elkonS: 5:07am On Nov 07, 2016
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Crime / Thread closed ..i was wrong by elkonS: 5:03am On Nov 07, 2016
Thread closed
Business / Breakdown Of Cost Of Commodities Now And Before The Recession(photos) by elkonS: 7:40am On Oct 19, 2016
Air Fare (Economy class)
Lagos to USA
Previous Cost : 350 k – 400 k
Present cost (average): 600 k – 700 k
Lagos to London
Previous Cost : 250 k
Present cost (average ): 400 k
Golf sports vehicle
Previous Cost : 500 k – 600 k I
Present cost (average ): 1 .3 m – 1 .5 m
Sugar (1 bag)
Previous Cost : N 8, 800
Present cost (average ): N 17 , 000
Flour (50 kg )
Previous Cost : N 8, 640
Present cost (average ): N 10 , 800
Garri (1 bag )
Previous Cost : N 8, 000
Present cost (average ): N 12 , 000
Yam flour (1 bag )
Previous Cost : N 40 , 000
Present cost (average ): N 60 , 000
Palm oil (25 litres)
Previous Cost : N 5, 000
Present cost (average ): N 10 , 000
Vegetable oil (25 litres )
Previous Cost: N 6, 500
Present cost (average ): N 13 , 000
Beans (1 bag)
Previous Cost: N 18 , 000
Present cost (average ): N 27 , 000
Parboiled rice (1 bag )
Previous Cost : N 10 , 000
Present cost (average ): N 20 , 000
Indomie (carton)
PreviousCost : N 1, 400
Present cost (average ): N 1, 900
Crate of eggs
Previous Cost: also 0
Present cost (average ): N 850
Turkey (1kg )
Previous Cost : N 800
Present cost (average ): N 1, 400
Kerosene (5 litres)
Previous Cost: N 750
Present cost (average ): N 2, 125
Cement
Previous Cost : N 1, 500
Present cost (average ): N 2, 300
12. 5kg cooking gas
Previous Cost : N 2, 400
Present cost (average ): N 3, 700
Wheat (5 kg )
PreviousCost : N 900
Previous cost (average ): N 1, 500
Semovita (5 kg )
Previous Cost: N 900
Present cost (average ): N 1, 500
Bread (loaf)
Previous Cost: N 70
Present cost (average ): N 100
Tomato paste
Previous Cost: N 40
Present cost (average ): N 70


source : http://www.voiceofaudacity.com/2016/10/see-breakdown-on-cost-of-commodities-in_18.html?m=1

photo credit :pulseng

cc:lalasticlala

Travel / Re: PHOTOS: Car Somersaults On Bourdillon Road, Ikoyi by elkonS: 7:42pm On Oct 07, 2016
when I saw somersault what came to my mind was NFS..grin

Romance / Re: See What Luv For Sex Did To This Pretty Girl Pix by elkonS: 7:36pm On Oct 07, 2016
they've been warning you... you refused

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Crime / Re: ‘ Gospel Singer’ Caught Stealing SUV At Winners’ Church (photo) by elkonS: 12:33pm On Oct 07, 2016
Mimidiva:
wow
hi... sorry. @your do.. isn't that Mr Sammy's place on the island.. I visited someone there once.. are you related to him??
Webmasters / Re: How To Setup A Custom Domain Name For Your Blogger Blog by elkonS: 2:24pm On Sep 09, 2016
Eze2000:


can't someone blog on multiple niches ?

I stuck on niche choice for my blog..I want move with health, travel, and gist...even add an amazon affiliate angle
why not yes you can blog on multiple niches but it's more demanding except you are a copy and paste blogger

add me up on bbm 5EF78E70 we can talk more
Webmasters / Re: How To Setup A Custom Domain Name For Your Blogger Blog by elkonS: 2:22pm On Sep 09, 2016
timsucces:

am intrested
my intrested niche is education and lifestyle
that's great....add me up on bbm 5EF78E70 or drop your whatsapp number and I'll add you up
Webmasters / Re: How To Setup A Custom Domain Name For Your Blogger Blog by elkonS: 2:20pm On Sep 09, 2016
timdavis:
You got what's app? 08060130233.
ohk I'll add u now
Webmasters / Re: How To Setup A Custom Domain Name For Your Blogger Blog by elkonS: 2:19pm On Sep 09, 2016
[quote author=Mailthaddeus post=49210275][/quote] ohhk add me up on bbm 5EF78E70 or you can drop your whatsapp no
Webmasters / Re: How To Setup A Custom Domain Name For Your Blogger Blog by elkonS: 6:56am On Sep 09, 2016
0Charity:
Abeg I wan create blog too,hw do I start
I see you sent me a pm... I'm having issues with the mail... are u on bbm?? ping me on 5EF78E70 ..
Webmasters / Re: How To Setup A Custom Domain Name For Your Blogger Blog by elkonS: 6:48am On Sep 09, 2016
guys do you know you can monetise your WordPress. com blog.... quote me to find out
Webmasters / Re: How To Setup A Custom Domain Name For Your Blogger Blog by elkonS: 6:34am On Sep 09, 2016
0Charity:
Abeg I wan create blog too,hw do I start
it's very easy.. considering space constraint I might not be able to say it all.. but quote me if you are interested...

The first thing is to determine what niche you want to blog about.. niche means content makeup

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Romance / Failure Of The School System : Schooled But Uneducated by elkonS: 10:49am On Sep 05, 2016
Most parents want their child to have a good education for a secured future .They want their child to make it to the top of the food chain. Most parents dread the thought of their child toiling at a menial job, underemployed, earning low wages, paying higher taxes and battling inflation all their lives.” you must finish school ”they say,” if you don’t finish school you will not be successful in life”, oh really? The aim of this piece is not to discourage education, (because certainly not everyone will be a CEO. someone just has to work for the CEO), but help us see how we wrongly assume and conclude. In case you don’t know the university is not for everybody actually, going to the university for some will do more injustice to them. And there are some who just have to go to the university, the employees of course grin grin grin grin.The message is this know your place and decide where you want to be on time.
FAILURE OF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM
The problem with our school system is they train students to be employees. You spend 4 years of your life learning how to seat behind a desk as an employee then spend another 40 years of your life sitting behind a desk as an employee probably not even using up to 10% of the theories you were taught in the university.
This is why school teachers and many parents continue to say” go to the university to get a good, high-paying job” few parents or teachers are saying” go to the university to learn to create good ,high paying jobs”.
“Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid”
-Albert Einstein
SCHOOLED BUT UNEDUCATED GRADUATES
Am I suggesting that you drop out of school? NO!! Or that school is not important? NO!! Education is very important, but then the question is what is education? And are you been educated in school? We are not oblivious to stories of Nigerian graduates who can’t construct a correct sentence in English or write a correct application letter, or those who can’t operate common Microsoft word. Some can’t even give a detailed plan of their life.
The deficient Nigerian education system produces over 400000 graduates every year of which most of them are even jobless before they graduate due to the irrelevance of their course of study in the 21st century. There are some who will be replaced by machines in the coming years, a system choked by fraud, nepotism, corruption. As a product of the system I can tell you first hand that most Nigerian graduates do not even deserve to be called graduates, many bought their way through many crammed their way through. In fact Nigerian Universities should be called “higher cramming institutions” not higher learning institutions.
I have lived with engineering students (4th year) who could not fix a simple torch light that had a simple plug problem and he would graduate with 2.1 and be proud of it, I have seen graduates who saw the Liberia flag and said it’s in the united states of America. Do we even talk of the lecturers most of them are stuck in the 19th/20th century; they are the ones who motivate cramming with their attitude of “you must give me back the way I gave it to you”. As an Architecture student in one of my defense (jury) I have had to argue with a lecturer who claimed the architect determines the size and position of columns in a building, I mean who does that? E ma gbami ke!! embarassed embarassed I just kept quiet nodding my head in the affirmative before she will say I’m proud and score me with pride. Lol. Most students don’t even read for exams they just get acquainted with the “system” of the lecturer and follow the system and there you have it.Graduates who can’t give 30 minutes speech of the relevance of their course to humanity, OMG! A system where failure is seen as an abomination not knowing failure is the school which champions in life graduate from. Funny enough you are not even called a failure for a better reason than could not regurgitate all the facts and figures as they gave it to you.
By now I know some of you are babbling wondering who this one is. Maybe he is one of those frustrated third class graduates? Well for your information I’m not a third class graduate in fact who your 2.1 or whatever grade epp? Ehn angry angry. Please save me the gist and tell that to seun osewa whose platform you are about to use to reply me who funny enough did not graduate from your hopeless universities. At least his platform is touching lives positively but you with all your degrees who you epp? Lol grin grin. grin grin Well I know by now you must have had a change of mind after I dished you that defensive line and you are wondering . “kuku tell us what to do ?” or “do we have a choice”. Lol yes you have a choice and yes I will tell you what to do but that will be In the next part. Till then please make a difference with the knowledge you got from school.

source:www.voiceofaudacity.com
cc:lalasticlala

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Education / Failure Of The School System: Schooled But Uneducated by elkonS: 1:11am On Sep 01, 2016
Most parents want their child to have a good education for a secured future .They want their child to make it to the top of the food chain. Most parents dread the thought of their child toiling at a menial job, underemployed, earning low wages, paying higher taxes and battling inflation all their lives.” you must finish school ”they say,” if you don’t finish school you will not be successful in life”, oh really? The aim of this piece is not to discourage education, (because certainly not everyone will be a CEO. someone just has to work for the CEO), but help us see how we wrongly assume and conclude. In case you don’t know the university is not for everybody actually, going to the university for some will do more injustice to them. And there are some who just have to go to the university, the employees of course grin grin.The message is this know your place and decide where you want to be on time.
FAILURE OF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM
The problem with our school system is they train students to be employees. You spend 4 years of your life learning how to seat behind a desk as an employee then spend another 40 years of your life sitting behind a desk as an employee probably not even using up to 10% of the theories you were taught in the university.
This is why school teachers and many parents continue to say” go to the university to get a good, high-paying job” few parents or teachers are saying” go to the university to learn to create good ,high paying jobs”.
“Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid”
-Albert Einstein
SCHOOLED BUT UNEDUCATED GRADUATES
Am I suggesting that you drop out of school? NO!! Or that school is not important? NO!! Education is very important, but then the question is what is education? And are you been educated in school? We are not oblivious to stories of Nigerian graduates who can’t construct a correct sentence in English or write a correct application letter, or those who can’t operate common Microsoft word. Some can’t even give a detailed plan of their life.
The deficient Nigerian education system produces over 400000 graduates every year of which most of them are even jobless before they graduate due to the irrelevance of their course of study in the 21st century. There are some who will be replaced by machines in the coming years, a system choked by fraud, nepotism, corruption. As a product of the system I can tell you first hand that most Nigerian graduates do not even deserve to be called graduates, many bought their way through many crammed their way through. In fact Nigerian Universities should be called “higher cramming institutions” not higher learning institutions cheesy cheesy.
I have lived with engineering students (4th year) who could not fix a simple torch light that had a simple plug problem and he would graduate with 2.1 and be proud of it, I have seen graduates who saw the Liberia flag and said it’s in the united states of America. Do we even talk of the lecturers most of them are stuck in the 19th/20th century; they are the ones who motivate cramming with their attitude of “you must give me back the way I gave it to you”. As an Architecture student in one of my defense (jury) I have had to argue with a lecturer who claimed the architect determines the size and position of columns in a building, I mean who does that? E ma gbami ke!! I just kept quiet nodding my head in the affirmative before she will say I’m proud and score me with pride. Lol. Most students don’t even read for exams they just get acquainted with the “system” of the lecturer and follow the system and there you have it.Graduates who can’t give 30 minutes speech of the relevance of their course to humanity, OMG! embarassed A system where failure is seen as an abomination not knowing failure is the school which champions in life graduate from. Funny enough you are not even called a failure for a better reason than could not regurgitate all the facts and figures as they gave it to you.
By now I know some of you are babbling wondering who this one is. Maybe he is one of those frustrated third class graduates? Well for your information I’m not a third class graduate in fact who your 2.1 or whatever grade epp? Ehn angry angry. Please save me the gist and tell that to seun osewa whose platform you are about to use to reply me who funny enough did not graduate from your hopeless universities. At least his platform is touching lives positively but you with all your degrees who you epp? Lol grin grin. Well I know by now you must have had a change of mind after I dished you that defensive line and you are wondering . “kuku tell us what to do ?” or “do we have a choice”. Lol yes you have a choice and yes I will tell you what to do but that will be In the next part. Till then please make a difference with the knowledge you got from school.

cc:mynd44 lalasticlala

source:www.voiceofaudacity.com
Education / Failure Of The School System : Schooled But Uneducated by elkonS: 12:37pm On Aug 31, 2016
Most parents want their child to have a good education for a secured future .They want their child to make it to the top of the food chain. Most parents dread the thought of their child toiling at a menial job, underemployed, earning low wages, paying higher taxes and battling inflation all their lives.” you must finish school ”they say,” if you don’t finish school you will not be successful in life”, oh really? The aim of this piece is not to discourage education, (because certainly not everyone will be a CEO. someone just has to work for the CEO), but help us see how we wrongly assume and conclude. In case you don’t know the university is not for everybody actually, going to the university for some will do more injustice to them. And there are some who just have to go to the university, the employees of course grin grin.The message is this know your place and decide where you want to be on time.
FAILURE OF THE SCHOOL SYSTEM
The problem with our school system is they train students to be employees. You spend 4 years of your life learning how to seat behind a desk as an employee then spend another 40 years of your life sitting behind a desk as an employee probably not even using up to 10% of the theories you were taught in the university.
This is why school teachers and many parents continue to say” go to the university to get a good, high-paying job” few parents or teachers are saying” go to the university to learn to create good ,high paying jobs”.
“Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid”
-Albert Einstein
SCHOOLED BUT UNEDUCATED GRADUATES

Am I suggesting that you drop out of school? NO!! Or that school is not important? NO!! Education is very important, but then the question is what is education? And are you been educated in school? We are not oblivious to stories of Nigerian graduates who can’t construct a correct sentence in English or write a correct application letter, or those who can’t operate common Microsoft word. Some can’t even give a detailed plan of their life.
The deficient Nigerian education system produces over 400000 graduates every year of which most of them are even jobless before they graduate due to the irrelevance of their course of study in the 21st century. There are some who will be replaced by machines in the coming years, a system choked by fraud, nepotism, corruption. As a product of the system I can tell you first hand that most Nigerian graduates do not even deserve to be called graduates, many bought their way through many crammed their way through. In fact Nigerian Universities should be called “higher cramming institutions” not higher learning institutions.
I have lived with engineering students (4th year) who could not fix a simple torch light that had a simple plug problem and he would graduate with 2.1 and be proud of it, I have seen graduates who saw the Liberia flag and said it’s in the united states of America. Do we even talk of the lecturers most of them are stuck in the 19th/20th century; they are the ones who motivate cramming with their attitude of “you must give me back the way I gave it to you”. As an Architecture student in one of my defense (jury) I have had to argue with a lecturer who claimed the architect determines the size and position of columns in a building, I mean who does that? E ma gbami ke!! embarassed I just kept quiet nodding my head in the affirmative before she will say I’m proud and score me with pride. Lol. Most students don’t even read for exams they just get acquainted with the “system” of the lecturer and follow the system and there you have it.Graduates who can’t give 30 minutes speech of the relevance of their course to humanity, OMG! A system where failure is seen as an abomination not knowing failure is the school which champions in life graduate from. Funny enough you are not even called a failure for a better reason than could not regurgitate all the facts and figures as they gave it to you.
By now I know some of you are babbling wondering who this one is. Maybe he is one of those frustrated third class graduates? Well for your information I’m not a third class graduate in fact who your 2.1 or whatever grade epp? Ehn angry angry. Please save me the gist and tell that to seun osewa whose platform you are about to use to reply me who funny enough did not graduate from your hopeless universities. At least his platform is touching lives positively but you with all your degrees who you epp? Lol grin grin. Well I know by now you must have had a change of mind after I dished you that defensive line and you are wondering . “kuku tell us what to do ?” or “do we have a choice”. Lol yes you have a choice and yes I will tell you what to do but that will be In the next part. Till then please make a difference with the knowledge you got from school.

source:www.voiceofaudacity.com
cc:lalasticlala
Foreign Affairs / Panama Papers Reveal Wide Use Of Shell Companies By African Officials by elkonS: 5:48am On Jul 27, 2016
WASHINGTON — Entrepreneurs and corrupt officials across Africa have used shell companies to hide profits from the sale of natural resources and the bribes paid to gain access to them, according to records leaked from a Panamanian law firm.

Owners of the hidden companies include, from Nigeria alone, three oil ministers, several senior employees of the national oil company and two former state governors who were convicted of laundering ill-gotten money from the oil industry, new reports about Africa based on the Panama Papers show. The owners of diamond mines in Sierra Leone and safari companies in Kenya and Zimbabwe also created shell companies.
Some of the assets cycled through the shell companies were used to buy yachts, private jets, Manhattan penthouses and luxury homes in Beverly Hills, Calif., the law firm documents show.
Articles posted on Monday by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, and reports being published this week by news media organizations in 17 African countries, underscore the critical role that secret shell companies can play in facilitating tax evasion, bribery and other crimes. In Africa, offshore finance often underlies the exploitation of mineral wealth, with the benefits bypassing the public and going largely to wealthy executives and the government officials they pay off.
The 11.5 million documents taken from the Panamanian law firm, Mossack Fonseca, by a source who has not been identified have been the subject of news coverage around the world since April, shedding new light on the murky world of offshore finance. The Panama Papers project, organized by the international journalists’ consortium, has involved more than 400 reporters around the world and has set off criminal investigations in many countries.
Mossack Fonseca has said it should not be blamed for wrongdoing by its customers. “We merely help incorporate companies, and before we agree to work with a client in any way, we conduct a thorough due-diligence process,” the firm said in a statement. The statement noted that the firm had not been charged with criminal wrongdoing in nearly 40 years of operation.
But the journalists found that Mossack Fonseca had sometimes missed or ignored evidence of criminal investigations or charges against its clients. Though the records show that the law firm did scrutinize many of those who sought its services, its reviews were often belated or incomplete, according to the articles’ main author, Will Fitzgibbon, who works at the consortium’s office in Washington.
Several major figures examined in the new Panama Papers reports have previously been accused of wrongdoing, and some are under criminal investigation or have been charged. But the details of their use of shell companies had not previously been disclosed.
The consortium identified 37 companies created by the law firm that had been named in court actions or government investigations involving natural resources in Africa. All told, Mossack Fonseca’s files revealed offshore companies that were established to own or do business with oil, natural gas and mining operations in 44 of Africa’s 54 countries.
In one major criminal case, Farid Bedjaoui, a nephew of a former Algerian foreign minister, has been accused by Italian prosecutors of arranging $275 million in bribes to help Saipem, an Italian oil and gas services company, win pipeline contracts in Algeria worth $10 billion. Mr. Bedjaoui, called “Mr. Three Percent” in news media reports for his purported share of the payoffs, has denied the charges.
The journalists’ consortium found that Mossack Fonseca had created 12 of the 17 shell companies linked to Mr. Bedjaoui that Italian prosecutors are investigating as possible conduits for bribes from 2007 to 2010. One of them, Collingdale Consultants Inc., was used to divert as much as $15 million to associates and the family of Chakib Khelil, Algeria’s energy minister from 1999 to 2010, according to the charges.
Mr. Bedjaoui, who has Algerian, French and Canadian citizenship, is accused of spinning a complex web to hide his money, with 16 bank accounts in Algeria, Dubai, Hong Kong, Lebanon, London, Singapore and Switzerland. His assets have been seized in Canada and France, where the police reportedly took a 140-foot yacht and paintings by Warhol, Miró and Dalí. United States officials are examining three New York properties bought by Mr. Bedjaoui, including a $28.5 million Fifth Avenue condominium, records show.
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source:http://voiceofaudacity.blogspot.com.ng/2016/07/panama-papers-reveal-wide-use-of-shell.html

Romance / Re: A Soldier's Pre Wedding Photoshoot by elkonS: 8:50am On Jul 15, 2016
lovely

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Career / Re: 8 Awesomely Wise Tips To Being a Successful Caterer In Nigeria. by elkonS: 7:00am On Jul 13, 2016
herzern:
[size=32pt]FTC aqain kiss[/size]


I am not a caterer but I know in Niqeria... Catering is all about having a beautiful face and a killer smile wink


Please,I want to cook moin -moin........will I use beans? undecided
say no more bro...its all yours..

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