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|Travel / How To Gain Citizenship Of Other Countries Through Investment(part 2) by Omolola92(f): 3:28pm On Oct 31, 2018|
This part explores Citizenship by Investment in Moldova, St.Kitts and Nevis and St.Lucia.
It is quite interesting that Saint Lucia is the world's only country named after a woman; Saint Lucy of Syracuse. Moldova is ranked 3rd in the world in terms of internet speed and was the first nation globally to launch high-definition voice services for mobile devices. Moldova has a whole day dedicated to wine, wine tastings are cheap and there is a free bus to shuttle between wineries. Interesting!
Find link to the full article below.
|Travel / Re: How To Gain Citizenship Of Other Countries Through Investment (1) by Omolola92(f): 5:26pm On Oct 25, 2018|
Not yet. Just maybe this can be a form of gaining citizenship in the nearest future.
|Travel / How To Gain Citizenship Of Other Countries Through Investment (1) by Omolola92(f): 2:14pm On Oct 25, 2018|
Flowing from our President's supposed recent speech on people leaving Nigeria if they are dissatisfied, we might have found a way out.
Citizenship by Investment may be the fastest, legal way of gaining citizenship of countries like Cyprus, Antigua and Barbuda, Malta, Grenada, Molodova, Portugal, St Lucia, Dominica. Holding the passport of these countries not only exudes class, it also grants a wider global access. Malta Citizens for instance are granted visa-free travel to 182 countries including Canada and the EU Schengen area. They also have the right to live, work and study in any of the 28 EU countries and Switzerland. Undoubtedly, Citizenship by Investment is a panacea for Ultra Wealthy Individuals particularly those from distressed counties.
In this series of articles I co-authored, we shed light on the price and cost of acquiring citizenship in some of these countries legally offering their passports for sale. Find link below.
|Travel / Re: Visa On Arrival For Nigerian Babies And Foreigners by Omolola92(f): 11:48am On Oct 19, 2018|
Send a mail to email@example.com. We can help with this.
|Career / Re: Tax Professionals Forum by Omolola92(f): 10:07am On Jun 21, 2018|
Thanks a lot house... I am so happy a forum like this is up to guide tax professionals. I was able to settle the matter. When I went to the LIRS office, they claimed that I can't get a soft copy of the calculations. They claimed that that can only work if there was an audit and that they would send a breakdown of the BIK to my mail. After some days, they eventually did even though it was obvious that it was only a sharp calculation as it didn't even amount to what was in the assessment at first. Too bad, it was past 30 days and we couldn't object.
That aside, it will be nice if we can revive this thread. A lot of us are new in this profession and it will be nice to have a tax community as a support and I believe we can all learn from each other's experiences. Thanks once again
|Business / Re: The Fastest Way Out Of Poverty:Be Your Own Boss. How To Be A MD/CEO. by Omolola92(f): 7:42pm On May 23, 2018|
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|Career / Re: Tax Professionals Forum by Omolola92(f): 6:36pm On May 22, 2018|
Please I need help with these Tax queries.
Firstly, I want to know how long a tax payer has to pay his tax liability. The basis of my confusion is that LIRS put 7 days on the notice of assessment but I am well aware that PITA provides for 2 months from the date of service of the notice of assessment.
Secondly, I also want to be sure if a tax payer can write the tax authorities for a breakdown of his Tax assessment( not objection but a breakdown) and the time frame within which he can. I was told 30 days( would like to confirm)
Also, I want to have an idea of how long it takes to facilitate a Tax Clearance Certificate from LIRS after paying Tax due. Thanks
|Business / The Fastest Way Out Of Poverty:Be Your Own Boss. How To Be A MD/CEO. by Omolola92(f): 4:05pm On May 07, 2018|
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5. CORPORATE ACCOUNT: Without registering your business you can’t open/operate a corporate/business account in banks with your business name. A corporate account will help you build a statement of account that is always required in every contract bidding.
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|Career / Icsan( Chartered Secretaries) 2018 June And December Diet/let's Meet Here by Omolola92(f): 10:23am On Apr 06, 2018|
Hello everyone...I searched for a recent thread for Chartered Secretaries Exam Preparation on Nairaland but couldn't find. I believe we can all meet here to discuss relevant preparation tips and also share study materials while also getting insight from people who have earlier written the exams. Feel free to comment.
|Travel / Obtaining Visas,work And Residence Permits In Nigeria. by Omolola92(f): 9:23am On Mar 28, 2018|
Information, they say is Key. Read this lovely article published on Lexology that details the requirements and steps for obtaining work,residence permits and Visas in Nigeria. As it is popularly said, if compliance is hard, try non-compliance. Find Link Below:
|Career / Workplace Sexual Harassment- How To Curb It! by Omolola92(f): 12:53pm On Feb 22, 2018|
Sexual harassment has always been a problem in the workplace majorly because of the"silence culture" victims of workplace sexual harassment imbibe. Also, a lot of people are not aware that they can seek redress in the court for workplace sexual harassment in Nigeria and has therefore accepted workplace sexual harassment as normal. The #MeToo movement has successfully brought global attention to this problem that has plagued the workplace for decades and employers are left with no choice than to ensure that they are in the "good books" by seeing to it that they provide a work environment that stifles sexual harassment.
In this article published on lexology, co-authored by me, https://www.lexology.com/library/detail.aspx?g=6d26729d-e809-4c95-bdd9-bfef7376a562 , we pointed out the rights of sexual harassment victims and the steps employers can take to curb sexual harassment in the workplace.
#MeToo #TimeisUp #Youcanstopworkplacesexualharassment
|Culture / Re: Teach Your Children Yoruba Language by Omolola92(f): 11:00am On Feb 21, 2018|
Today is International Mother Language day.It is really amazing how we can value other people's culture over ours and how our culture can be embarrassing to us. The author of the Yoruba books has not still been able to sell most.I hope we can all get to the point where we can boldly speak our language anywhere and showcase our culture anywhere we find ourselves but this won't happen until we realise that the greatest asset we have as a nation is our Language.
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: 2016 Firstbank Graduate Trainee Programme by Omolola92(f): 4:57pm On Aug 02, 2017|
|Jokes Etc / Re: What Happens When We Refuse To Close The Door On Our Past?new STORY!!! by Omolola92(f): 10:04pm On Jul 22, 2017|
Is there anyone interested in the rest of this story? Please let me know so I can post here. Don't miss out on this interesting story!!!
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Department Of Petroleum Resources - 2016 Graduate Trainee &experienced Hire Job by Omolola92(f): 8:58am On Jul 20, 2017|
Anyone going in for Legal officer in the house? Please signify.
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: PwC Nigeria Graduate Recruitment 2017 by Omolola92(f): 6:28pm On Jul 07, 2017|
Na wa sha
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: PwC Nigeria Graduate Recruitment 2017 by Omolola92(f): 6:48pm On Jul 04, 2017|
I don't know why this is the exact time when Wontra and Jumia will be sending me mails. I mean...have I bought anything from you guys before. Just give up for now. My heart just dey beat like drum since yesterday at the sound of any incoming mail. May God help us all. This is indeed our month!
|Jokes Etc / What Happens When We Refuse To Close The Door On Our Past?new STORY!!! by Omolola92(f): 11:28am On Jun 06, 2017|
Read what happens to Uncle Jide and Bola and how their past affects the present of those they love. This is a must read! A Story that is both captivating and interesting. You will definitely be hungry for more. Don't only read, drop your comments and share!
Find the links to the story below:
The Unclosed door Part 1:
The Unclosed door Part 2:
The Unclosed door Part 3:
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Smart Intern Needed For Immediate Employment by Omolola92(f): 1:54am On May 20, 2017|
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|Culture / Teach Your Children Yoruba Language by Omolola92(f): 1:03am On May 12, 2017|
Some days ago, I was at the mall with my family. It was on a Sunday so there were many other families at the mall probably to relax before the workdays commence. I noticed a beautiful small family just behind us. They had two kids, a boy and a girl; the girl being younger. I found the young girl really cute so I looked back and smiled at her many times. Then I heard her voice, she was telling her brother “kuro ni beyen” which means “leave that place”. I immediately looked back to smile at her again and what I saw scared me. Her mother’s palms were on her mouth trying to conceal whatever other things the poor girl wanted to say. Her mother’s face was flustered, clearly filled with embarrassment. Her father was more of in a shock. Her brother was confused. Her mother then said “Nicky, how many times will I tell you to always speak in English? Who even taught you that?” By “that” she meant Yoruba Language, I mean her heritage. By the way, I later discovered that the young girl’s name is Adenike but they call her Nicky for reasons best known to them.
That moment, I asked myself. How many Yoruba parents pass down the language to their children? What do we find so embarrassing about our language? Why can we speak it and our children can’t? Why are we running away from our heritage? Why don’t we value what we have? Why do we feel the need to blend into another man’s culture and totally ignore ours?
When I was growing up, I was taught “A aja”, “B bata”, “D doje”, I was taught how to speak the right Yoruba words. This is the foundation of my intellect today. I think in Yoruba Language. I have written a lot of difficult exams and what has helped me is that I read and understand in Yoruba Language and then translate it to English before putting it down. I am not saying that learning the English Language is bad; many people wouldn’t read this if it wasn’t written in English anyways. All I am saying is that our children have to also learn our language just as we were taught.
I came across these books that can teach our children the basics of Yoruba language and when I spoke with the writer, she said many schools, and many parents have rejected the idea of teaching nursery kids Yoruba because “it will spoil their English Language”. She said on the other hand, the books have thrived well abroad as some whites and Nigerians in diaspora find it very useful. Shouldn’t we be more concerned about English spoiling “our Yoruba Language?” When your kids are exposed to their language at the early stage of life, it won’t only help their English Language; it will also equip them for other things in life.
These books are tailor-made for young minds as it is filled with pictures which they can colour to create fun for them while learning. Buy these books today, buy for your children buy for your nieces and nephews, buy for your students, and buy for yourself. We all have to work together to ensure that Yoruba Language doesn’t go into extinct. It’s on you, it’s on me…It’s on US!
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Access Bank Calling For Aptitude Test (entry-level) (2014) by Omolola92(f): 3:03am On Feb 19, 2017|
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I was...were you?
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