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Religion / Apostle Suleman Johnson Clears The Rumors Against Him by Ransack: 5:07pm On Feb 23

Lately there have been rumors stating Apostle Johnson Suleman had interest in the pandemic and also that the purchase of his third Jet in spite of the pandemic was unrighteous.

He openly cleared the air of ambiguity. He declared that he couldn't have supported the pandemic, that he really prayed against it.

The thing was that the pandemic gave him time to rest at home. Also he didn't launder the church's purse to get the jet.

He said people should not forget the good works.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Nigerian Army SSC And DSSC 2016/2017 Forum by Ransack: 3:38pm On Jan 21
Can University statement of results be used...
Investment / Re: Is Kilenra Legit?? Yes by Ransack: 3:48am On Oct 14, 2020
I'm very pleased to have dealings with them.

They've never defaulted in my ROI payments or commissions .

Long Live the brand
Health / Why You Should Choose Natural Skin Products - Ladyann Skin Care by Ransack: 9:50am On Oct 13, 2020
Your skin is an important part of your body. Your skin is the first garment your body wears.

When your skin is well kept, you get good relationships and associations. On the other hand, when the skin gets unpleasant with irritations and blemishes, associations are disrupted.

Many skin care solutions are available for use, but many are not beneficial. Over the years, cancer patients have increased, this might be due to the chemical introduction of carcinogenic substances in the form of skin care solutions.

Natural ingredients can help protect against the sun and soothe irritated skin, so they are better for the skin overall as long as you choose the right products for your skin needs. Chemicals can cause breakouts and other skin irritation, and natural skin care products are gentler on the skin.

When thinking natural skin care, think Lady ann.

Investment / Re: Should I Make This Investment? by Ransack: 7:49am On Jul 29, 2020
I recommend you start small .. you can invest like 20k then keep the remaining 80k while you scout for other profitable deals.

I can lead you through profitable deals that have insurance.

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Investment / Re: I Want To Invest My House Rent by Ransack: 7:46am On Jul 29, 2020
I recommend you do not invest all of your rent. In the U.S. most tenants are unable to pay their rents due to covid19.

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Business / Re: Oxford Real Estate And Business Investment by Ransack: 8:48am On Jul 28, 2020
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They have amazing agriculture and real estate deals for your money sleeping in the bank
Business / Nigerians Should Consider Commodities by Ransack: 10:22am On Jul 26, 2020
Our world is changing, particularly our Nation, Nigeria.
The price of crude oil appears unstable, hence, there's a need for refocus on commodities.

Commodities include Sugar cane, Cashew, Cocoa, and Palm kernel nuts.

These commodities are tanking. Taking Cashew nuts as an example. You can get to igalla land in Kogi state to buy from the farmers then either sell to wholesalers, foreigners and probably export them.
Business / Re: After NYSC What With #500,000 In My Account? by Ransack: 8:37am On Jul 26, 2020
OK, thanks

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Business / Re: After NYSC What With #500,000 In My Account? by Ransack: 7:18am On Jul 26, 2020
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Business / Re: How To Invest 2M Naira In A Profitable Venture by Ransack: 3:35am On Jul 22, 2020
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Business / Invest In Pepper Farm, And Get Up To 40% Returns After 10 Months by Ransack: 1:39pm On Jul 20, 2020
Agriculture is very important. Agriculture is very wide and open. Many focus on cash crops and commonise food crops.

Pepper farming is a gold mine many have neglected. Pepper is needed by almost every house hold.

I assure you about 40% ROI on your investments after 10 months.

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Investment / Re: Which Physical Business Can I Start With The Sum Of 1million by Ransack: 1:25pm On Jul 18, 2020
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Crime / The Unknown Number Calling Me Then Took All My Money by Ransack: 12:39pm On Jul 12, 2020
It was a really great event, I picked the call from this number, followed his instructions and my money was gone.
Go through this article https://kilenra.com/blog/2020/07/12/my-ordeal-with-the-unknown-voice-call/
Properties / Kilenra Properties - Top Real Estate Consulting Companies In Nigeria That Model by Ransack: 12:09pm On Jul 11, 2020
Real estate business is increasingly becoming popular in Africa as it tends to give fixed passive income as rents and can be transferred through generations or family lineage.

It is not enough to desire to invest in real estate, you need to get professional consultations. This is to prevent bad deals and in worst cases confiscation of properties.

These consulting firms aren’t just interested in sales of the property but offer professional advisory services. So, if you are in search of a trusted real estate consulting company, here are your best bets.

1 Kilenra

Kilenra over time has built a strong positive reputation in the profitable handling of real estate deals. Kilenra global Enterprise provides consultations to give good real estate deals and a diversified portfolio of Investments.

2 BuyRealEstate.NG
BRE, which holds a high reputation for its 21st-century sales and marketing services as well as a holistic consultancy approach is without a doubt a major player in the ever-challenging modern Nigerian Real estate market. Within a short space of time, BuyRealEstate.NG has been able to attract investment worth hundreds of millions of dollars to the industry through its aggressive marketing campaign, both locally and internationally. BuyrealEstate. NG boasts of an excellent team that offers the tested service to other real-estate companies to help build their sales. Hence one of their numerous slogans is “commit your brand to us”. This service covers five (5) key areas including Brand Positioning, Marketing Consulting, Sales Training/Coaching, Sales and Marketing Hiring/Assessment and Real Estate Event Management.

3 JideTaiwo and Co
The company which was founded in the year 1980 by JideTaiwo a professional, whose expertise has helped in keeping the firm on top despite the industry’s varying changes and challenges. JideTaiwo and Co (JTC) have well over 22 offices all over the nation making it a house hold name.
Family / How To Prevent Mosquito Bites by Ransack: 11:41am On Jul 11, 2020
Mosquitoes are everywhere. They are more noticeable probably because of the rains.
They actually have no good to offer, they disturb your sweet sleep time and most cases cause malaria disease.

You need to stop them!
Here is the full article https://kilenra.com/blog/2020/07/11/how-to-prevent-mosquito-bites/

You can put on your fan, wear mosquito repellent,
Wear light clothes..... Check the full article for more
Business / How Dangote Became The Richest Man In Africa by Ransack: 11:10am On Jul 08, 2020
Born in 1957, Dangote grew up in an entrepreneurial household in Kano State, Nigeria. He was raised Muslim and lived an upper-class life. Dangote’s grandfather, Sanusi Dantata, was once named one of the wealthiest people living in Kano. He made his fortune selling commodities like oats and rice. Dantata became Dangote’s guardian in 1965 after the death of his father.

Having spent much of his childhood with his grandfather, Dangote quickly became interested in the world of business, once saying, “I can remember when I was in primary school, I would go and buy cartons of sweets [sugar boxes] and I would start selling them just to make money. I was so interested in business, even at that time.”1

At age 21, Dangote graduated from Egypt’s Al-Azhar University, considered one of Islam’s most prestigious universities. It was there the budding entrepreneur furthered his education in business.

An Empire Is Born
After graduating from college in 1977, Dangote managed to convince his uncle to lend him money to start a business. The funds from the loan allowed him to import soft commodities at wholesale prices from international suppliers. Two of his main imports were rice from Thailand and sugar from Brazil. He then sold those items in small quantities to consumers in his village at a lucrative markup. The venture quickly became successful and turned into a cash cow. In an interview with Forbes, Dangote claims that on his best days, he was realizing a daily net profit of $10,000. That allowed him to repay his uncle in only three months.

Continue reading: https://kilenra.com/blog/2020/07/07/how-dangote-became-the-richest-man-in-africa/
Politics / Yuguda Resumes Duty As The New DG Of SEC by Ransack: 8:49pm On Jul 06, 2020
The new Director General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Lamido Yuguda has resumed work, stating that the capital market has a lot of potentials for growth and development of Nigeria post COVID-19 and beyond.

Yuguda resumed on Monday alongside the Executive Commissioners namely: Reginald Karawusa, Ibrahim Boyi and Dayo Obisan.

The SEC DG said the capital market is a crucial component of any economy, as the SEC over the last two decades has worked with other relevant stakeholders to introduce and implement various initiatives targeted at improving the regulation and development of the market.

According to him, the capital market master plan launched in 2014, has the objective of positioning the capital market for an accelerated development of the national economy.https://kilenra.com/blog/2020/07/06/lamido-yuguda-assumes-duty-as-the-new-dg-of-sec/
Politics / FMBN Reiterates Pledge To Provide Affordable Housing For Nigerians by Ransack: 3:33am On Jul 06, 2020
The Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN), Mr. Ahmed Dangiwa has said the bank remains optimistic in its push to achieve access to affordable housing for more Nigerians are on course.

This includes the N500 billion recapitalisation; review of the National Housing Fund (NHF) Scheme and FMBN establishment Acts and the overall automation of all FMBN business processes.

Dangiwa, stated this in his remarks to mark the third-year anniversary of the current FMBN executive management team recently.

A statement by the Group Head, Corporate Communications, FMBN, Ahmed Abubakar, quoted him to have said this in a statement.

He noted that while FMBN has in the last three years surpassed all key corporate performance indicators such as the size and speed of mortgage loan disbursements, refunds to retired contributors to the National Housing Fund (NHF) scheme, housing stock construction amongst others, the overall goal was to fundamentally turnaround the bank by increasing the size of its capital, restructuring its legal framework and putting technology at the heart of its operations.

“We are proud of what we have achieved in the past three years. Our performance shows the potential of FMBN to make a difference in affordable housing delivery if properly empowered.

“However, our goal is to leave a legacy of a structurally transformed, financially robust and highly efficient FMBN that is leading in the delivery of affordable social housing to Nigerian workers.https://kilenra.com/blog/2020/07/06/fmbn-reiterates-pledge-to-provide-affordable-homes-for-nigerians/
Business / Earning Free Bit Coins (btc) And Ethereum (eth) Made Easy by Ransack: 2:10am On Jul 06, 2020
Where do bitcoins come from?
With paper money, a government decides when to print and distribute money. Bitcoin doesn't have a central government.

With Bitcoin, miners use special software to solve math problems and are issued a certain number of bitcoins in exchange. This provides a smart way to issue the currency and also creates an incentive for more people to mine.

Bitcoin mining is so called because it resembles the mining of other commodities: it requires exertion and it slowly makes new currency available at a rate that resembles the rate at which commodities like gold are mined from the ground.

BTC miners, hard work seems to be paying off, with billions of dollars going to their coffers, Data obtained from Glasscode showed that BTC miner revenue (“Thermocap“) is now at $17.5 billion USD.

Mining is the process of adding confirmed transactions to the Bitcoin blockchain. For the resources required to mine, the blockchain network rewards BTC miners via transaction fees and subsidies. Subsidies are paid per block at a current rate of 6.25 BTC. Fees are paid per transaction. 

By mining BTC, you can earn a BTC without having to pay money for such. BTC miners collect BTC as a reward for completing “blocks” of confirmed transactions which are added to the blockchain network.
Politics / Dangote, Elumelu, Rabiu Listed As Leaders Helping In The Fight Against Covid 19 by Ransack: 8:18am On Jul 04, 2020
Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote, president of the Dangote Group; Tony Elumelu, chairman, United Bank of Africa (UBA) plc; and Abdul-Samad Rabiu, chairman, BUA Group, have been featured among the 40 individuals, on the Neusroom 100 project, helping the world combat COVID-19, the common enemy threatening and disrupting activities across the world.
Also listed are Bill and Melinda Gates; Jack Ma, Alibaba founder; Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CEO; Jack Dorsey, and Thai billionaire Dhanin Chearavanont.
Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Lagos State governor, President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa, Andrew Cuomo, governor of New York, Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina, and Chen Chien-jen, ex-vice president of Taiwan, are among political leaders and public servants listed among the 40 individuals.
Each of the personalities and organisations celebrated on the list had a few paragraphs written to spotlight their contributions to the global response to COVID-19.

Sanwo-Olu, who is the COVID-19 incident commander in Lagos, the epicentre of the virus in Nigeria, was described on the list as being pragmatic in handling the outbreak in the state.

“He has been leading a frontline response to the pandemic, sharing factual and relevant updates, calling for lockdown when it was necessary, and delivering stimulus packages to help the residents to cushion the effects of the lockdown,” the report said.

The list which was released recently also include 30 organisations, 20 nations and 10 things.
Business / Hello Business Minded People, Here Are Books That You Can Read This Weekend! by Ransack: 10:05am On Jul 03, 2020
You are what you read, you are what you expose yourself too. You are who you relate with. Do you know you can relate with great business tycoons and have a glimpse of their ideologies by just studying their books Oprah Winfrey, Elon Musk, Warren Buffett and others attribute their success, to a large extent, to their reading habits. Thus, as an investor, you need to make out time to read every single day. It doesn’t matter whether you are an experienced investor or just starting out, these books will help to make better investment decisions.

The Richest Man in Babylon
George S. Clason

This is a classic book written over a hundred years ago by George Clason. The principles outlined in this book can be applied today to achieve financial success. The five basic laws of money as outlined by Clason include:

Savings: You must keep a tenth of your income to yourself. To make this happen, it is best to pay yourself first before you spend.
Controlling your Expenses: This means living way below your means.
Multiply your Gold: Savings is not enough to make you rich. You need to put your savings into investment vehicles to multiple your gold. Also, the book talks about reinvesting the first profits from your investments.
Securing your investment: The lesson is to steer clear of get-rich-quick opportunities.
Invest in a Dwelling: You spend a greater portion of your earnings to pay for a dwelling place (rent). You will save more if you can put up a dwelling place for yourself and your family.
Other principles like self-discipline and gambling were explained in the book. If there is any investment book I will recommend for any investor, it is the richest man in Babylon.
Business / Re: What Business Do I Invest 8M In? by Ransack: 10:01am On Jul 03, 2020
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Business / What Do You Know About The Eco-currency President Buhari Is Uneasy With? by Ransack: 3:53am On Jun 24, 2020
It is official that the Eco will replace the CFA franc as the new currency for the eight Francophone countries that form the West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA).

France’s Council of Ministers officially passed a bill earlier this month that ratified the reform of the monetary agreement that bound the French government to the eight member states.

Doing so brought to a close 75 years of rule by the French Republic in which the states had been compelled to centralize — to deposit – their foreign exchange reserves in the Banque de France, otherwise known as the French Treasury.
Benin, Burkina Faso, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Mali, Niger, Senegal and Togo will now pool their reserves entirely within the Central Bank of West African States, or BCEAO.

The Eco will remain pegged to the Euro and will be backed by the French Treasury. The euro will guarantee the Eco’s convertibility and stability, with the Treasury remaining as guarantor for all eight UEMOA states.

The Eco will have a fixed exchange rate of 655.957 to the euro.

The CFA franc, or Communaute francaise d’Afrique, has been in use since 1945 and was created in the wake of the weakness of the franc after World War II. Initially tied to the franc, it has been linked to the euro since that currency’s inception.
Business / Investing In Gold Is Experiencing A Surge by Ransack: 3:40am On Jun 23, 2020
As stock values rise and fall during the coronavirus crisis, advisors to the world’s wealthy are urging them to buy more gold. The move raises questions about the strength of the world’s financial markets and the long-term effect of huge spending from central banks.

Before the COVID-19 crisis, most private banks suggested that their clients hold none or just a small amount of gold. Now some are moving up to 10 percent of their clients’ financial holdings into the valuable metal.

In India, (a country that treasures Gold more than anything else), for example, Gold price has gained about 20% since the beginning of 2020.  In the thinking of one Indian fund manager, Chriag Mehta, who works at Quantum Mutual Fund, “Globally real interest rates have turned negative. The devaluation of various currencies has reduced purchasing power. This together with trade-related tensions among the US and China should support gold prices”. In Nigeria, the story is largely the same even though Nigerians are not as obsessed with Gold as Indians. But as a safe haven for investment protection and income generation, Nigerians seem to be flocking to Gold Etf in droves.

A look at the recently released NAV Summary report by the Security and Exchange Commission, SEC, for the week of June 5th 2020, indicates that New Gold ETF’s Net Asset Value increased by 144% during the first week of June, 2020 from N1.126 billion to N2.747 billion.  https://kilenra.com/blog/2020/06/23/world-wealthiest-look-towards-investing-in-gold/
Politics / Dangote Is The Highest Employer Of Labor In Nigeria After The Federal Government by Ransack: 4:49am On Jun 22, 2020
President of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote, has said that despite the challenging economic situation in 2019, Dangote Cement was able to sustain 54,000 jobs in four African countries, where the company has its operations. The countries are Nigeria, Ethiopia, Senegal, and South Africa.

The business mogul told shareholders at the company’s 11th Annual General Meeting in Lagos that more jobs would be created as the company intensifies export of clinker to other neighbouring countries from Nigeria.

“According to our 2019 socioeconomic impact assessment study specifically on our operations in Nigeria, Ethiopia, Senegal, and South Africa, we sustained 54,005 jobs (direct, indirect, induced) in these four markets in the year under review,” he said.

Dangote Group is the highest employer of labour in Nigeria outside the Federal Government, and with its refinery project coming up, the company will have more than 100,000 Nigerians under its employment.
Recently, Godwin Emefiele, governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), while lauding Dangote’s investment drive, said he was excited with the progress made at Dangote Refinery and Petrochemical plant so far, and that when it becomes operational, the refinery and petrochemical plant would increase its workforce from the current 34,000 to over 70,000

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Business / The Book Bill Gates Recommend You Read by Ransack: 3:39am On Jun 20, 2020
Self-made billionaire and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates doesn’t recommend many business books.

“In my experience, it is rare to find one that really captures what it’s like to build and operate an organization or that has tips you could really put into practice,” he writes on his blog, GatesNotes.

But there’s a new business book that, unlike most others, is actually worth your time, he says: “The Ride of a Lifetime” by former Disney CEO Robert Iger. Gates has already suggested the 2019 memoir to a handful of friends and colleagues, including current Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.

Iger, who took over Disney in 2005 and retired in 2020, “does a great job explaining what it is like to be a CEO,” writes Gates. He’s “able to take you inside the workings of a massive media company and show how he thought about building on its strengths and shoring up its weaknesses.”

Even if you don’t have any interest in the business world, it’s entertaining and worthwhile, he adds. “I think anyone would enjoy this book, whether they’re looking for business insights or just want a good read by a humble guy who rose up the corporate ladder to successfully run one of the biggest companies in the world.”

While Gates praises it as “one of the best business books I’ve read in several years,” it’s not his No. 1. His all-time favorite remains “Business Adventures” by John Brooks. “Whenever someone asks me to recommend one book on business, that’s the one I suggest most often,” Gates says.

A lot has changed in the business world since the 1960s, when the book was originally published, but the fundamentals of building a strong organization have not, says Gates.
Business / FGN Raises 126.65bn Through Sukuk Bonds Sale by Ransack: 10:17am On Jun 17, 2020
Nigeria has raised N162.56 billion to help finance infrastructure projects through the sale of Islamic bonds to local funds and insurance companies, the Debt Management Office (DMO) said.

The government had planned to sell N150 billion of the sukuk in its third outing, the DMO said, but it increased the size of the offer after it received a more than four-fold subscription.

According to Reuters, the agency said it expected to issue more bonds to improve infrastructure and plans to use the proceeds of the sukuk sale to finance 44 road projects across Nigeria.

It did not give the maturity or the yield for the naira-denominated bonds.

Africa’s biggest economy had a series of debt issues lined up this year before the new coronavirus pandemic triggered a plunge in oil prices, Nigeria’s main export, forcing the government to shelve foreign commercial borrowing.

The government is now tapping domestic markets and concessionary loans to help fund its 2020 budget deficit which has been worsened by lower oil prices that have slashed revenues and weakened the naira currency.
Investment / Kilenra - Types Of Investments by Ransack: 4:27am On Jun 15, 2020
Investments are generally classified into three major categories: stocks, bonds and cash equivalents. Here are six types of investments you might consider for long-term growth.

1. Stocks

A stock is an investment in a specific company. When you purchase a stock, you’re buying a share — a small piece — of that company’s earnings and assets. Companies sell shares of stock in their businesses to raise cash; investors can then buy and sell those shares among themselves. Stocks sometimes earn high returns, but also come with more risk than other investments.

How investors make money: Stock investors make money when the value of the stock they own goes up and they’re able to sell that stock for a profit. Some stocks also pay dividends, which are regular distributions of a company’s earnings to investors.

2. Bonds

A bond is a loan you make to a company or government. When you purchase a bond, you’re allowing the bond issuer to borrow your money and pay you back with interest.

Bonds are generally considered safer than stocks, but they also offer lower returns. The primary risk, as with any loan, is that the issuer could default. U.S. government bonds are backed by the “full faith and credit” of the United States, which effectively eliminates that risk. State and city government bonds are generally considered the next-safest option, followed by corporate bonds. The safer the bond, the lower the interest rate.

How investors make money: Bonds are a fixed-income investment, because investors expect regular income payments. Interest is generally paid to investors in regular installments — typically once or twice a year — and the total principal is paid off at the bond’s maturity date.
Politics / Oyo Receives N250 Million CACOVID Support by Ransack: 4:08pm On Jun 07, 2020
Oyo state government has received medical equipment worth N220 million from the Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID), a private sector initiative supporting Federal Government and state governments in fight against COVID-19.

CACOVID had earlier promised the state N220 million worth of medical equipment and a cash gift of N30 million.

The private sector-driven CACOVID, which is in partnership with First Bank of Nigeria to the state government include, lead ECG electrode, heavy duty apron, autoclave, auto syringe pump, biohazard bag, blood warmer, centrifuge (refrigerator), defibrillators (AED) and portable ultrasound imaging.

Some other equipments donated are mobile digital x-ray unit, face shield, protective goggles, hospital gowns, oxygen cylinders, wheelchairs, oxygen concentrator, oxygen regulators, nebuliser, kidney dish, patient multiparameter monitor, stretcher and suction devices, among others.

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