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Politics / Re: Peter Obi Visited Gombe And Southern Borno Today (Photos) by PricelessWitty(m): 12:06am On Jan 26, 2023
God willing, we are taking back Nigeria to work for everyone.

What can you say about a digital system that takes away all the stressful and fraudulent process of renting/buying a house?

Let's have your response here in this google form: https://forms.gle/FBP1wu5Q4VTpmxa66

Please kindly respond, it's educationally motivated.
Business / Secured And Verified Digital System For Property Rental/purchase YES Or NO? by PricelessWitty(m): 12:03am On Jan 26, 2023
We all know how stressful it could be to find a property to rent/buy. What about the fact that most people fall victims to scammers who at the end of the day, it's either they never owned the supposed property or they a just flipping it illegally from one person to another?

You will agree with me that the who process is becoming more frustrating day by day. So my question is, how can we solve we solve this problem and save Nigerians from losing their hard earned money and stay away from all the troubles that comes with the current crooked process?

Your comments will go a long way to enlighten us all here.

More so, I have a google form that i need response to study the issue and present a solution from my stable.

So please kindly take a minute to respond to this google survey form: https://forms.gle/FBP1wu5Q4VTpmxa66
Properties / Re: Don't Be The Next Land Scam Victim. Verify That Property To Avoid Being Duped by PricelessWitty(m): 11:50pm On Jan 25, 2023
13 years ago I wrote this Nairaland article Don't Be A Victim. Investigate Every Property Before You Buy Any Land This Year- https://www.nairaland.com/377377/dont-victim-investigate-every-property to educate people to avoid being victims of land and property scams. 13 years later, a horrible number of people, particularly young professionals in this new generation, continue to suffer agonizing losses at the hands of these land and property scammers.

Buying a land or house in Lagos, especially in popular places like Lekki, Ajah, Ibeju Lekki, Epe, Ikorodu, Surulere, Ebute Metta, Yaba, Festac/Ojo and the outskirts of Ikeja/ Maryland/ Isheri North and Alimosho environs has become painful and stressful because of the rise of land scammers and property fraudsters. Every day, thousands of Nigerians both at home and abroad are victims of losing Billions of Naira due to the following reasons:

1. Dubious real estate companies selling lands that have wahala and serious legal problems attached to them or properties with non-existent documents

2. Questionable real estate developers selling houses with defective and bogus title documents or houses built on government lands,

3. Omo-oniles selling family lands with existing community issues or lands with serious court or police cases attached to them,

4. Private Owners of property selling lands or houses that have incomplete documents or faulty titles or homes constructed on lands belonging to the Lagos state.

Last year alone, I know about 200 people that lost Millions of Naira to many shady real estate companies in Ibeju Lekki, and in the end they had no land and are still hopping from one police station to another in an effort to recover their money back, which they will probably never receive from these shady real estate companies because they bought lands with defective titles or no allocation.

I am also aware of another group of people who purchased multi-million Naira homes in Lekki and Ajah from dishonest developers and deceitful Instagram agents only to discover later that the homes either had defects or were not for sale since the true seller did not exist or the documentation for the homes were defective.

I also know a handful of people that fell victim to Omo-oniles who bought community family lands in Ajah and Ibeju lekki worth millions of Naira and at the end of the day lost the land and their money because they bought stolen lands that belonged to other people and resold to them. Other victims bought lands that out rightly belonged to the Lagos State government and any structure put on it will surely be demolished.

In short last year was a bad record year for property victims who lost Billions of Naira of their life savings to Real Estate Thieves and they were all guilty of one thing.

"They all failed to conduct a verification exercise and investigate that property before paying for the land or house"

Many of the victims who were scammed,

1. were either too impatient,

2. some were in a hurry to buy properties without investigating,

3. some refused to listen to advice to calm down and investigate the property,

4. some were too stingy to spend a token to give a property lawyer, licensed surveyor, licensed Agent, broker or estate surveyor to investigate the property,

5. some were just too busy to worry about verifying a property,

6. some entrusted buying a property to their relatives or close friends without monitoring it or getting an independent person,

7. some were excited by the offer and preferred to buy without verifying,

8. some just bought because of the lies they read in the beautiful flyers promising them a piece of an estate that would look like Dubai

9. while many I know just bought properties because of the beautiful agent or marketer they were dealing with without using their senses.

10. Some were victims of their “I too know” because they read some land purchasing tips online and decided to verify it themselves without covering all the basics.

11. Some were simply not bothered about verifying and put all their trust in the transaction and ended up getting burned.

The summary is that many of them ended up dashing their life savings and family money to a stranger who ended up using their money for frivolous things. These victims ended up having no good land after they were scammed neither have they been refunded their money.

How can you work so hard to save money for many months or years ranging from ₦1,000,000 to ₦100,000,000 and above to buy a land or house and then refuse to pay a small token to verify the property because you are "stingy" or feel pressured by the agent or marketer to pay for the property without exercising caution to verify it?

Instead of giving away your life savings to a land thief and then scrambling to find a lawyer or the police to help you recover the money when problems arise, if you are so wealthy and have money to throw away, why not donate it to an orphanage or NGO? The worst aspect is that many victims are willing to pay 10 times as much money to reclaim the land or money at the police station when the land wahala arises.
If so, does this make sense?

I also know many people are ignorant about the property-buying tricks, tips, and laws of buying land in Lagos so this thread would be dedicated to answering all property-buying questions and would be updated with articles and information about buying a fraud-free land or house in Lagos without falling victim to fraud this year.

On no account should this advice be substituted for conducting a physical verification on land done by a property lawyer. It is just for educational purposes so that no Jibiti developer, wuru-wuru agent or wayo omonile can put wool on your eyes anymore. it is only for educational purposes.

Visit www.omonilelawyer.com for more information on how to avoid becoming the next victim of a land or property scam, or contact me at 08077943514 or 07036681104 or info@omonilelawyer.com to verify your next property.

Omonilelawyer’s motto when it comes to land or property purchase is


See you in the comments section.

What can you say about a digital system that takes away all the stressful and fraudulent process of renting/buying a house?

Let's have your response here in this google form: https://forms.gle/FBP1wu5Q4VTpmxa66

Please kindly respond, it's educationally motivated.
Properties / Re: General Topic Thread-To Discuss Anything And Everything in Building Construction by PricelessWitty(m): 11:47pm On Jan 25, 2023

We need to find a way to eradicate stress and fraudsters in the process of renting/buying properties in Nigeria.

What can you say about a digital system that takes away all the stressful and fraudulent process of renting/buying a house?

Let's have your response here in this google form: https://forms.gle/FBP1wu5Q4VTpmxa66

Please kindly respond, it's educationally motivated.
Properties / Re: 10 Omonilelawyer’s Rules On What You MUST Do Before You Buy A Land Or House by PricelessWitty(m): 11:45pm On Jan 25, 2023
Thanks OP. There's a lot of scam in the property rental/sales process that needs to be tackled.

What can you say about a digital system that takes away all the stressful and fraudulent process of renting/buying a house?

Let's have your response here in this google form: https://forms.gle/FBP1wu5Q4VTpmxa66

Please kindly respond, it's educationally motivated.
Politics / Re: Abia 2023: Uche Ikonne Is Ill, Recovering Progressively — Ikpeazu (VIDEO) by PricelessWitty(m): 11:05am On Jan 17, 2023
Get well fast and face your greatest humiliation with our cohorts. This time around is never gonna be business as usual. No amount of rigging which gave you the ticket will push you to Abia Govt. House.
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Investment / Re: METAVERSE/NFTs Investors Hangout by PricelessWitty(m): 2:18am On Jan 11, 2022
IMPORTANCE(or madness) of NFT in terms of sustainable Economy

NFTs are uniquely identifiable digital works of art; anything digitally created can potentially be sold as an NFT (including a Tweet). They are frequently associated with cryptocurrency because they must be created and maintained through blockchain database systems. Much like the cryptocurrencies Bitcoin and Litecoin support their eponymous currencies, Ethereum supports Ether. Ethereum supports most NFTs which, like cryptocurrency, have long chains of code that uniquely identify and tether them to a single point of origin. A difference between an NFT and a cryptocurrency is that a non-fungible token cannot be substituted by another—it is truly unique, like a social security number or the original Mona Lisa. On the other hand, one Bitcoin can be traded for another—they are interchangeable. Hence the term “non-fungible” token.

Financial experts around the world are constantly adapting to the changing landscape of cryptocurrency. Expert or not, the question is, “Will cryptocurrency be economically sustainable?” The question that needs to follow this and, quite frankly, any innovation subsequently must be, “is it environmentally sustainable?”
One calculation suggests that the average NFT has a carbon footprint equal to more than a month’s electricity usage for a person living in the EU. The technology behind cryptocurrencies and thus, NFTs is hugely power hungry. Most cryptocurrencies are based on a system called “proof of work” (PoW). This PoW system requires that a certain amount of time and effort be exerted before being able to add another block to the chain. The reason this energy intensive system is required is because most cryptocurrencies are decentralized. There’s no server farm to manage the data; information is saved on a global network of individual computers, called “nodes,” and each node needs to undergo processes to be in compliance with the PoW system.

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European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Newcastle Vs Manchester United (1 - 1) On 27th December 2021 by PricelessWitty(m): 12:45am On Dec 28, 2021
Man United please try harder, I know it's not easy.

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