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Career / Re: Should I Go Back Home Or Travel North For Job? by Zaksart: 5:33am On Jun 12
Justice505:
If you're not Tiv, Igbo and you don't run after anything under skirt surely you will make it.

I'm talking strictly on business, because that is what am into.

Good Day Bro... I just sent you a dm now... Can you please enlighten us on the type of business one may venture into.

Good Morning.
Career / Re: Should I Go Back Home Or Travel North For Job? by Zaksart: 5:22am On Jun 12
jessyjames100:
Moving to taraba was the best decision I have ever made in life op if you want to go pls do.

I sent you a dm through nairaland... I would want to make some enquiry from you if you don't mind. Good Morning.
Dating And Meet-up Zone / Matured And Lonely Ladies In Lagos Only. by Zaksart: 6:57am On Jun 11
Our culture denies us a lot of opportunities and pleasure. Times without number, we have heard about the stigmatization of dating an older woman, but the truth been told older woman are far more better than this wannabes young girls. They care about you, show real affection and trustworthy.

The society had made it almost impossible for older ladies to approach young male studs for pleasure, company and sex. That's why we are here. We are not a Sugar mummy connection agents. We are only connecting busy and lonely older ladies to younger guys.

If you are a busy and lonely lady... Either shy or not. Be free to dm or email.

Meanwhile as a guy in the house.... What's your experience dating an older woman
Travel / Re: In Cameroon by Zaksart: 5:48am On Jun 11
What's the update about Cameroon this period of time... Hope business will strive over there?
Travel / Re: Thread For Nigerians In Other African Countries by Zaksart: 4:41pm On Mar 20
sharone21:

Check out my Whatsapp number on my profile.
Cameroon needs Gala, Noodles, soft drinks. Our soft drinks of 50-100/150 naira is 400 -750 FRS here depending on Centilitres.

So much opportunities in this Land... Can't wait to explore and invest.

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Travel / Re: Which Country Can I Travel To With This Amount by Zaksart: 2:52pm On Mar 14
With that amount look for an african country to start investment in.... Everybody think say outside africa has all their solution. Bro with that amount opening a restaurant in an african country within one year and thank ne later... Look into ivorycoast, cameroon and Liberia.

People are raking in millions yearly from selling cooked food in this country. Don't waste that money in Nigeria... There's a lot of negative force working again a whole lot of us over here. Going to another Africa country to invest may just be the way out of it all.

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Travel / Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Zaksart: 2:27pm On Mar 10
MERCHANDISER:

The only problem is language. Most of us would like to migrate there but we have very little knowledge of French.

Can mama put(local eatery) thrive there?

First go through this thread - https://www.nairaland.com/4535162/thread-nigerians-other-african-countries.

Then you'll realise that they are other countries in africa that you can make it from. Gambia love Nigerians and they have lot of foreigners coming in for holiday's and buying houses and land for retirement. I am drawn between, ivorycoast, zambia, cameroon and rawanda.

But language barrier between ivorycoast and cameroon, while rwanda is very far and too strict with document and all. Zambia is a best bet.

Still haven't made up my mind yet though �.

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Travel / Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by Zaksart: 2:17pm On Mar 10
Zobah:
Are you in Rwanda?

Am not in Rwanda but thinking about making moves already. Please we need update bro ���.

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Travel / Re: Relocating To Ghana Or Liberia by Zaksart: 9:41am On Mar 10
Bullman:


Good morning bro. The fact the gambiabis a member of ecowas still requires you apply for a resident permit after your 90days stay i could remember back then i practically walk around with my passport just for identification and so the authorities don't conclude my stay was illegal. Nigeria is messed up with lots of illegal migrants doesn't make other countries same. In gambia there is a fine to pay if you get caught without a residential permit after 90 days.

2 , bro there are no direct buses from seme border to the gambia you must break yout journey like i stated earlier

3. Yea its still via ferry i think ita about three hours ferry ride across the river gambua but its fun

4 crashing in a bus park or a hotel is your choice tho

5 most francophone countries speak and understand english to some point or maybe just the basis so that wont be a problem.

Can a phone repair business be lucrative over there... What's your idea about business registration and getting a shop.
Travel / Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by Zaksart: 9:22am On Mar 10
How do one open business there as a Nigerian and is it visa on transit. Meanwhile hows the opportunity for those with skill... For example a phone repair shop. How expensive is transportation and food.

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Travel / Re: Thread For Nigerians In Other African Countries by Zaksart: 9:03am On Mar 10
I followed the thread from last night till this morning... I am happy to have found it on the fourth page of the travel section after looking for one emekus adventure to abidjan thread. To be sincere life outside Nigeria is beautiful, and it comes with lot of business opportunities, but an average Nigeria want to go europe without any knowledge and mostly spend years in harsh weather conditions, racism and a whole lot of other problem.

I am working on phone repairs and services... Been thinking about going to an african country where i can maybe school, open a business and make money.

I have 4 country in my mind already, and will want those living there or with experience to explain about life in those countries, plus expenses, opportunity for skillful people.

Please anyone with more idea about Ivorycoast, Rwanda, Cameroon and Liberia.

Liberia is on the list because its currency is 2x to Nigeria and they spend dollar in their economy, you rent house, playbills and do lot of things with dollar... Meaning it's a goldmine for skillful peeps.

And to finalise it all... How to reach the above country through land... I know you can get to Abidjan from maza maza in Lagos and from there go to Liberia but what about going to Liberia now that Ivory coast is on lockdown... Any other alternative routes.

Big Love to the Creator of this group and Bigger Love to all the contributors. One ❤️.

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Travel / Re: Thread For Nigerians In Other African Countries by Zaksart: 8:50am On Mar 10
sharone21:
You can upgrade your HND ( including RN/HND Nursing) to BSc just 1year( online/on campus).
If on campus, good opportunity to know and explore Cameroon.
Reach me for details.

What's the potential of making it with phone repairs and services. Meanwhile I'll love to know about cost of living and starting a business over there, the registration and all.

How costly is food and apartments too.
Travel / Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Zaksart: 7:37pm On Mar 09
Frontail:
Too much maggi and salt for this Article ! Mind you I dey stay for Plateau 2. Very close to the Nigeria Embassy and My brother dey stay for Zone 4 . while my best friend dey stay for Maccory . and I get shoe shop ( okrika shoes) for Faya ! Na wetin you wan tell me wey I no know for Abidjan undecided undecided undecided

Brother thanks for the info... Like how much the agent fee go cost for rents, and what's the market of repairing mobile phone like. Meanwhile getting a shop for my phone repair business is the deal.... Please i need answers.
Romance / Re: Using A Condom From The Fridge Is Best For Sex, Lady Advises Married People by Zaksart: 6:56pm On Feb 25
There's likely an infection transfer through this means... Or else we would had been asked yo use condom from the fridge ����.
Travel / Re: My Sweet "Ivory Coast" Memories by Zaksart: 9:35am On Feb 22
Guys should continue with the update please.... Especially the ones that got there before this present lockdown. A guy left his nigeria WhatsApp number on this thread but i he hasn't responded to me ever since i messaged him. I guess he has lot of people messaging him from here... He promised to update us but we haven't heard from any of them. Emekus thanks for Love and Truth you shared with us.

So far, so good cote is a far better option than lots of africa country. My current girlfriend has uncle there... Her mum dad must have been an ivorian or so... Because her uncle's and aunt from Nigeria live and do business there. She told me about her one of her uncle shipped in 40 million of electronics from Germany and it didn't last 2 month on ground. Some of her other uncle travelled through cote d'ivoire...to france, germany, canada and her lil cousin was sent to US uni from an English speaking secondary school free on scholarship from the country.

My brothers there's opportunity in that land and i can't wait to explore it. For those that can see... Nigeria is Gone...No love, No opportunity, No hope. The earlier you make the move the better.

I hope we all link up over there. One Love from here.

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Romance / Re: Older Guys & Young Girls, My Story. by Zaksart: 5:41am On Dec 02, 2020
They are still good ladies in lag... The area you are matter a lot. Why don't you go to those area you have business and office for working class girls between 25-30... Especially from 27 to 30 though... Girls this age are ready too but be careful and observe. Don't make your intentions of marriage known to any of them.. infact form you are a broke nigger and watch how you'll discover humble girls from oloshos.

Reasonable girls i have dated so far are from 25 - 35.

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Romance / Re: Do You Need Someone To Satisfy Your Sex Life by Zaksart: 7:46am On Aug 14, 2020
Ladies are already contacting this guys... Lot of ladies out there need their vaginas to be filled with hot rod.

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