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Celebrities / Re: Chika Lann Gets Police Escort As Her N40 Million Hairstyle Gets Her Scary Threat by mhiztapaul(m): 9:55pm On Apr 01, 2018
Continue FAKING your LIFE you will end you FAKING YOUR WHOLE GENERATION YOU ARE VERY MAD STUPID IDIOT WEREY

NIGERIA IS SUFFERING YOU ARE DOING 40 MILLION HAIR STYLE YOU ARE VERY VERY VERY VERY STUPID WEREY PEOPLE
ONIRO OSHI

HE NO GO BETTER FOR YOUR GENERATION THAT CONTINUE TO DO THE HAIRSTYLE FOR 4O MILLION
Business / Nigerian Lady Who Graduated With 2nd Class Upper Seen Driving Keke NAPEP by mhiztapaul(m): 8:25pm On Mar 07, 2018
Nigerian lady who graduated with 2nd class upper seen driving Keke NAPEP in Lagos Yes, what a man can do, a woman can even do better. A Nigerian lady identified as Stella Adele who graduated with a second class upper degree from the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Ogun State was seen driving Keke NAPEP (Tricycle) in Lagos. Stella is providing to be the exception to the rule in a male dominated transport sector in Nigeria. [ 376 more words ]
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Education / Staff Donates Monkey To Unilorin Zoo by mhiztapaul(m): 5:22pm On Mar 05, 2018
A staff of the University of Ilorin, Health Services, Mr Malik Raufu, has donated a live adult male Patas Monkey to the university zoo. The school authorities made this known in a memo sent to the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Sulyman Abdulkareem by an Environmental Toxicologist, Prof. Sulaiman Ambali and made available to newsmen in Ilorin on Monday. The authorities said that the animal was presented to the zoo on Feb. [ 76 more words ]

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Webmasters / Re: Buy A Newly Fresh Naija,uk And Us Verified Google Adsense by mhiztapaul(m): 9:57pm On Mar 03, 2018
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Business / Re: How To Make 100k Profit Monthly As A VTU Airtime Vendor by mhiztapaul(m): 10:06am On Feb 26, 2018
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Business / Whatsapp Introduced Payment Features, Now A Major Concern To Nigerian Banks by mhiztapaul(m): 1:53am On Feb 20, 2018
This is kind of getting interesting as WhatsApp is not relenting in upgrading her services. Few days ago, WhatsApp introduced payment feature in India and it has started rolling out to users. Very soon, it will be available to Nigeria and other African Countries.

The payment feature is powered by UPI which enables users to send and receive money easily. With the new service, users can now link their bank account to their WhatsApp account via Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and begin making payments straight to another user’s bank account through a WhatsApp Chat.

Users can locate the payment option in WhatsApp by tapping on the attachment button placed next to the camera icon. After that, users will see the payment option along with other options such as gallery, video and others. Once clicked then a list of banks will appear on the screen and you then have to select the bank to which bank account is being linked. After selecting the account, you will just have to verify it to send the money.

WhatsApp Payment Feature, A Major Concern to Nigeria Bank
You’ll recall that sometimes last year, Telcos Urges Federal Government to ban WhatsApp because the activities of ‘over-the-top’ companies like WhatsApp, Viber have adverse effects on its business and affects the sustainability of Nigeria’s Telecommunications Industry.

Now, analyst are saying if WhatsApp becomes very successful in payments, it may become a small bank of itself. In other words, if people decide to be leaving money in their wallets moving them to their bank accounts, most banks would struggle [liquidity issues]”

As a Nigerian, why will I go the ATM to make transfer that incurs charges or open bank digital wallet to make transfer when I can easily execute it directly from my WhatsApp application?

The case maybe worse for Nigerian Banks because as Ekewe pointed out, most Nigerian Banks are enjoying growing transaction-based fees with ATM charges and all kinds of charges including stamp duty on digital transfer.

Read more ===> uniloringist.com

Technology Market / Whatsapp Introduced Payment Features, Now A Major Concern To Nigerian Banks by mhiztapaul(m): 7:48am On Feb 19, 2018
This is kind of getting interesting as WhatsApp is not relenting in upgrading her services. Few days ago, WhatsApp introduced payment feature in India and it has started rolling out to users. Very soon, it will be available to Nigeria and other African Countries.

The payment feature is powered by UPI which enables users to send and receive money easily. With the new service, users can now link their bank account to their WhatsApp account via Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and begin making payments straight to another user’s bank account through a WhatsApp Chat.

Users can locate the payment option in WhatsApp by tapping on the attachment button placed next to the camera icon. After that, users will see the payment option along with other options such as gallery, video and others. Once clicked then a list of banks will appear on the screen and you then have to select the bank to which bank account is being linked. After selecting the account, you will just have to verify it to send the money.

WhatsApp Payment Feature, A Major Concern to Nigeria Bank
You’ll recall that sometimes last year, Telcos Urges Federal Government to ban WhatsApp because the activities of ‘over-the-top’ companies like WhatsApp, Viber have adverse effects on its business and affects the sustainability of Nigeria’s Telecommunications Industry.

Now, analyst are saying if WhatsApp becomes very successful in payments, it may become a small bank of itself. In other words, if people decide to be leaving money in their wallets moving them to their bank accounts, most banks would struggle [liquidity issues]”

As a Nigerian, why will I go the ATM to make transfer that incurs charges or open bank digital wallet to make transfer when I can easily execute it directly from my WhatsApp application?

The case maybe worse for Nigerian Banks because as Ekewe pointed out, most Nigerian Banks are enjoying growing transaction-based fees with ATM charges and all kinds of charges including stamp duty on digital transfer.

Read more ===> uniloringist.com

Investment / Re: Investment That Pays In 2018 by mhiztapaul(m): 9:28am On Feb 02, 2018
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Education / Re: 12 Coolest Students Hostels, Residences In The World(Photos) by mhiztapaul(m): 12:56am On Jul 21, 2017
See hostel how come they no go sabi book or they no dey take develop
Education / Re: 6 Daily Habits Of Highly Successful Students by mhiztapaul(m): 9:09am On Jul 15, 2017
Syphax:
Leave girls
I repeat Run away from girls
Don't eve look at girls
Leave them

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Phones / Re: 4 Smartphones You Should Buy If You Want To Upgrade by mhiztapaul(m): 11:15pm On Jul 13, 2017
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