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Education / Re: School Of Nursing Babcock University Admission Form 2021/2022 Is Out by odontoid1: 1:57pm On Dec 10, 2021
Thank you for this information. Please I wan ask, does Babcock University have two undergraduate nursing programs?

1. One leading to BSc Nursing?

2. General nursing program leading to RN?


I asked this question because I am looking for admission for my daughter and on the school website I saw Nursing Sciences and one of the courses offered by the University and here I saw another advert for general nursing in the same school. Are they the same program or are they different? Please clarify.

Thank you.
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 7:25pm On Dec 03, 2021
From requid.

We have spent the last few months working on debt recovery for delayed payments. As we have shared with you earlier, we engaged the services of a law firm and fund recovery partner with the sole objective of helping us drive our fund recovery efforts.

Here are the development between our last discussion and now with respect to fund recovery:
Greenfold: We have received commitment from Greenfold through our fund recovery team. They provided us with a postdated cheque and a written undertaking to pay a considerable sum of the debt by December 31st this year. The recovered value should cover about 25% of payments. In addition, they have provided a written undertaking to have completed payments by 30th of June 2022.
​​​Abadini: As previously communicated, we received post-dated cheques from Abadini due at the end of January and March 2022 respectively.
Novus: Due to ongoing court proceedings, farmers are being mandated to remit funds intermittently. Our efforts to seek compensation are also in progress, while our fundraising efforts are still underway. Recovery is coming in slowly, thus the stated date of 31st December, 2021 may not be realistic. We will provide further additional details shortly.
Farmsponsor: Despite previous commitments from Farmsponsor, we are yet to receive any payments. However, over a month ago, having not received any adequate confirmation from Farmsponsor on their readiness to meet with the adjusted payment timelines, we initiated a process as we did with Greenfold to enforce recovery. We are hopeful that we will get tangible results soon.
Groupfarma: Payment settlement arrangements are in progress with the help of our fund recovery partner. We are hopeful that we would have a more concrete commitment shortly.
We will share further progress with you soon.

Thank you for your continued patience.

Kind Regards,

Juddy
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 9:29am On Sep 17, 2021
Nezzjnr:

Lol

Like it's that easy

Are you into the business of real estate?? cheesy


No, I'm not.

Yes, I agree, it's not easy. But nothing good comes easy. Besides, it's better than gambling with money in this agritech business.

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Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 8:45am On Sep 17, 2021
petaling:
Which farm can I invest 5million naira for one year. The money is idol , I want the money to yield something even it is 100000 naira.


The only farm I can recommend for you now is Foolsfarm. It is suitable for foolhardy people. Until you locate such farm, do not invest. cool cool cool

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Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 8:34am On Sep 17, 2021
CountVersailles:
Thinking back, I was just lucky not losing my money in these agrictech investments. I almost lost over 5m with ThriveAgric. But thankfully those ones paid all back. I think that was primarily because they have VC backing. I'm sure the payback came from their VC's, who then decided to take the company private. I never invested in all those other mushroom agrictech companies like Letsfarm, Eatrich, etc. One look at their instagram and website was enough to show that they were just fronting. They were a fraud from the get-go.
I also invested a lot of money in Farmcrowdy. A whole lot. Up to 17m. Thinking back, that was just foolish risk. But so far, Farmcrowdy has not disappointed, though I'm beginning to think they are unsustainable in the long term. They clearly lost money from their crowdsourced funds, but then decided to pivot and stop doing crowdfunding. Now they partnered with a microfinance bank and I have the belief that that's where their lifesaver came from. Anyways, I have managed to take out all my money this month, though at a significant loss if compared to the way the naira has depreciated over the past months. I think I made like 22% or so and the naira depreciated over 50%. So, overall, no real gains. I still have like 800k there, which I'm also going to take out later and then say my goodbyes to agrictech investments.
The real problem is, what can one even invest in in Nigeria these days without either losing money from naira devaluation or losing one's money to fraudsters disguised as businessmen? I'm still waiting for that one viable investment. And don't tell me land. I have land already and want something more liquid.


Lucky you.

One of the reasonable investments is real estate. It hardly depreciates. With the huge amounts your are calling like CBN cool cool, you can do well by investing in real estate. Just get properties in vantage positions or fast developing areas and in a few years you will be happy you made the choice.
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 5:37pm On Aug 24, 2021
dammy222:
Please, can someone who attended requid zoom meeting share the outcome with us ? Thanks

Come to think of it, why is it taking so long for requid to send mail regarding the outcome of the meeting? I doubt if the meeting held because I tried joining via the link sent to my mail but I couldn't.

But for the benefit of doubt, those who could attend should kindly furnish us with the outcome of the meeting if it held.

Thank you.

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Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 5:34am On Aug 21, 2021
Sapeleomi:
To KhalidE11...
Please l am in the same situation with Requid over non-payment... Kindly share the outcome of the zoom meeting today if you have any information....

Ta...


Any update from those that attended the meeting?
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 3:07pm On Aug 15, 2021
Unicornscry:


Please has requid paid anyone in recent times?


I thought I was the only one yet to be paid by requid
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 4:12pm On Aug 05, 2021
1kinggy:
Please, has anyone received payment for any matured farm on REQUID recently? Looks like requid itself is now defaulting with all recklessness.
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I join you in asking this question too. REQUID is no longer what it used to be. Nowadays, their farm would mature and they would neither pay nor communicate to the investors until days after the due date. Then they would send an overdiluted, non-committal email. Very pathetic situation for REQUID investors

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Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 5:47am On Jul 10, 2021
tenderjunkie:

Did they send any mail explaining the reason for the default?


They(requid) sent one watery mail 2 days after the maturation date.
The mail was sent on the second July and since then, no payment.

The body of the mail reads as follows:


"How are you doing today?

We wish to notify you of some developments on one of your investments that matured on Wednesday, 30th of June, 2021.

As of this moment, we are waiting to receive confirmation of funds Greenfold. Once this is done, you'll be notified and your wallet will be credited immediately.

While we await this, we implore your kind understanding and support.

Again, we sincerely apologise for every inconvenience this delay in payment has caused you.

Warm Regards,

Juddy"
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 5:26pm On Jul 09, 2021
Hello everyone. Greetings to all.

Please, no body talks about requid and their matured but unpaid investments. Or am I the only one they have not paid?

My investment in Greenfold snail farm(invested in though requid platform) matured on the 30th of June and they are yet to pay me.

Please what is going? Why this unusual quietude about requid?
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 7:22pm On Jul 01, 2021
Did anyone invest in the Greenfold Snail farm through requid? It matured yesterday but the money is yet to reflect on my wallet, Anyone experiencing the same thing Thank you.

Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 8:58pm On Jun 30, 2021
joey150:
Asking for a friend.

Did anybody here invest in the Greenfold goat farm
via Requid here? If so, were you paid today?



I did not invest in goat farm but in Snail farm which matured today but the money has not reflected on my wallet let alone withdrawing it. Anyone in my category too?
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 5:27am On Apr 30, 2021
Good morning all.

Please are we getting the outstanding payment from Requid for the Requid JV Rice farm 02 today? I haven't seen any communication from them but I don't know if I missed such. Please kindly update me.

Thank you

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Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 3:16pm On Apr 27, 2021
Buwanadrian:
Farmsponsor 40th payout received last night.

Kudos to Globetrot Farmsponsor.

Keep up the good work.


Same here. Woke up to see the alert. Thanks to them.
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 2:22pm On Apr 24, 2021
triplexx:
VestPay is introducing what is called KYC (Know your customer). This requires users to upload their documents such as BVN, Drivers Licence, NIN, Voters Card etc. This is all in a bid to better secure user funds and prevent fraud and money laundering. All of these are in line with CBN Policies. And it is standard practise to have limits. Even banks have limits on their various platforms all to secure your funds. Imagine you have no limit and someone gets a hold of your Vestpay app and transfers all you funds all at once. Imaging how terrible that would be. VestPay is only trying to provide a better service for its users a secure one. All of these are standard practises inline with CBN policies


One sided preaching.
If I may ask you, why is it that it is only at the time "you"(Vestpay) are to pay that we have to do all the "imagination"? Why was such limitation not put in place at the time of funding the farms so that people could cut down on their sponsorship? To further support that there is an ulterior motive behind the introduction of the KYC, why is it that even after the documents are confirmed, verified, etc, the person cannot still withdraw all his money at once if he/she choses to?

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Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 11:29am On Apr 23, 2021
Excerpt of the mail from Vestpay



Hello ...,

How you start your day � often sets the tone for the whole of it, so be sure � to have a mind full of beautiful thoughts!

Good afternoon, and hope you are having a � productive day.


Good news! � Vestpay’s first official payout on investments will be happening � on the 27th of April and will be settled into your Vestpay wallet. We are giddy � with excitement for our Vestor who will benefit in numerous folds from this. ..., are you excited?
To ensure a seamless withdrawal experience we have improved our automated payment system.
As such, withdrawal limits have been set to help us serve you better. The limit are set based on your user level.

Vestor level 1: For vestors who haven’t uploaded their documents on the app, payments will be restricted to a maximum of ₦100,000 per day.

Vestor level 2: For vestors who have uploaded their documents but who haven’t been verified yet, a limit of ₦500,000 per day has been set.

Vestor level 3: For vestors whose documents have been uploaded and verified, a limit of ₦1,000,000 per day has been set of course, your withdrawals on vestpay are totally free. Wait, what were you expecting!!!



Please who understands what documents they are talking about?

I hope this is not an ingenious way to hold back people's money. Not a good start for Vestpay at all. Why didn't they limit the amount with which one could fund their farm based on whether one uploaded whatever document or not? Why would they wait until time for them to pay before sending such mail and introducing such restrictions? This is like changing goal post when the match is already on. I hope farmsponsor will not allow Vestpay to tarnish the reputation she has built over the years.

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Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 2:05pm On Apr 08, 2021
Tickles001:
Emerald farms just payed me this morning. No calls or reminders. It matured today and they paid this morning.


Same here. Emerald farm also paid me in the morning. No reminder, no call, no message. Kudos to them.
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 8:09pm On Apr 06, 2021
Please did anybody who invested through requid in this groupfarma farm cycle get the promised extra 5% for the delay?

I am yet to get mine and it was supposed to be paid before the end of March.

Thank you in advance for your expected response.

Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 6:25am On Mar 04, 2021
odontoid1:
Good morning all.

My requid wallet was credited with 90% capital+ROI for the group pharma poultry early hours of Sunday. I withdrew the money to my bank account that day and it popped up that I would get the money in my account in 1-2 working days.

Till now I have not seen the money in my bank account. I want to know if anyone else is experiencing this challenge or "na only me waka come".

Thank you


I eventually got the money from requid last night.

Just updating the house.

Thank you all.

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Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 6:20am On Mar 04, 2021
silentone:
I got my money by 8:33am today. I also initiated withdrawal on Sunday

Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 11:01am On Mar 03, 2021
Gfab20:

Hmmmm,
We are in the same boat bro. I had to shout them out before I was able to do a reset of my PIN. After that, I immediately requested a payout but uptil now no credit alert o. How agropartnerships does it, I don't know. Their payout from wallet works like magic. For others you need to pray and fast before your bank account can be credited. And on top how much?

You said 90% of your investment was credited to your wallet? What of the remaining 10%? Abi the chickens got flooded ni?

They have paid the 10% earlier (at original maturity period)
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 6:06am On Mar 03, 2021
Good morning all.

My requid wallet was credited with 90% capital+ROI for the group pharma poultry early hours of Sunday. I withdrew the money to my bank account that day and it popped up that I would get the money in my account in 1-2 working days.

Till now I have not seen the money in my bank account. I want to know if anyone else is experiencing this challenge or "na only me waka come".

Thank you
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 8:12am On Feb 12, 2021
joey150:


On my end, the sponsor via vestbank button isn't greyed out and once I click on it, it asks me for how many units I want to sponsor.

Perhaps you should check again.



The sponsor via vestbank option will work if you already have funds in your vestbank account. But if not, after you have selected the number of units and click, it will tell you insufficient funds.

But the button to add fund to the vestbank account is grayed our (not active)

Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 6:51am On Feb 12, 2021
joey150:


Agro-partnership payout literally took 15 seconds.(I know I bash them because I never see any rice or poultry farm. But this their payout is like magic). grin cheesy Does anybody know if Agro-partnership have reacted to the new SEC crowdfunding rules?

Farmsponsor still has available units you can purchase via vest banking on their app, in case some people are still interested.

This Agritech Investment is tricky. You'll diversify your Investment across 5 farms you think have a good structure, and then one of them defaults, and cancels out all the gains you made with the other 4. grin


Hopefully, TA pays up this month.





*The highlighted

To be frank, I don't understand the new concept Farm sponsor is trying out. They have units available but can only be sponsored via vestbank. Meanwhile, the button for funding the vestbank account is already deactivated. Also, the button for direct sponsorship is equally deactivated. So I am wondering how else one can sponsor their farm when the button are not active.

The units on their vestpay app have been sold out some days back.
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 8:01pm On Feb 10, 2021
temi4fash:


Is it still opened??


Sold out now. People rushed it probably because each unit is 5k instead of 100k
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 4:11pm On Feb 10, 2021
Investing through the farmsponsor vestpay app is simpler and more straightforward than going through the farmsponsor website.

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Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 4:50pm On Feb 08, 2021
Please any hope of still buying some units directly from Farmsponsor in this 41st farm cycle?

Thank you for your expected valuable response
Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 10:37am On Jan 30, 2021
Please which of these Agritechs has/have registered with SEC or is/are practically in tune with the SEC's regulations?

Thank you

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Investment / Re: Digital Agriculture Investment platforms/options in Nigeria by odontoid1: 6:26am On Jan 23, 2021
Unicornscry:
Farmsponsor just paid for an investment meant to mature on the 26th. The real “Rolls Royce”

Same here too o. Woke up to see alert on my phone for the farm maturing on the 26th of January; I was very happy. Thank God and thanks to Farmsponsor.
Education / Re: IELTS: Share Your Experience, Ask Your Questions, Tell Us Your Score If You Can. by odontoid1: 8:35am On Jan 06, 2021
Queenmama03:


Yes a bank account is indicated.

Thank you. God bless
Education / Re: IELTS: Share Your Experience, Ask Your Questions, Tell Us Your Score If You Can. by odontoid1: 11:18pm On Jan 03, 2021
Queenmama03:


When you receive your result (hard copy) it’ll come with an EOR form. The instructions are also there. All you need to do is fill the form indicating which sections you want to be remarked, scan and send to the email provided including a proof of payment (you can do a transfer). You’ll get a response within three weeks. It costs 27,000 but if your scores change you’ll get a refund.

Thank you very much for this information. I will go and collect my hard copy of the result ASAP.

One more thing. Is there any bank account indicated on the EOR form to which one makes the transfer?

Thank you

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