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    • Arunasam1 started the discussion ORDER DANGOTE CEMENT FOM THE FACTORY NOW CALL 08034825434

      May 21, 2021 at 1:26 PM

      ///This is to inform the general public that individuals can order Dan-gote3xCement directly from the factory at a promo price of 1700 Naira per bag and RICE for 15,000 naira per bag. Transportation and offloading is 300 Naira,minimum for purchase is from 100 bags and above. kindly contact Dangote Group Marketing Manager /Mrs Aruna Grace ON (080-348-254-34) for booking and delivery. Note-Delivery takes two days and it’s nationwide.When Strength matters,Choose 3X.Also order your foreign used heavy equipment(DREDGER,EXCAVATOR,HEAVY DUTY TRUCK AND CONCRETE MIXER ) at the best prices and with a high performance quality.PLEASE TELL OTHERS ABOUT THIS WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY. (080-348-254-34)////

    • NaijaSubway started the discussion Shoprite Exiting Nigeria After 15 Years And It's Effect on Nigerians!

      August 3, 2020 at 11:04 AM

      Grocery Retailer Shoprite will be exiting Nigeria (the most populous country in Africa).

      The giant South Africa based retailer has decided to sell the majority of its stake in Nigeria due to loss of sale.

      A decline of 7.4% in customer’s visit and an increase of 18.4% in average spending, this comes after the effect of lock-down enforced by the Nigerian government due to Covid-19.

      There is a ray of hope as reports confirmed there are some investors willing to buy their stakes and further turn the giant retailer into a world-class supermarket.

      What should an average Nigerian expect from their exit, will this help develop more local SMEs or further extends the power at the top?  

    • NaijaSubway started the discussion 'LOSHES CHOCOLATE ' - A Locally Produced Chocolate In Nigeria

      July 29, 2020 at 3:14 PM

       Locally produced chocolate ‘Loshes’ by Femi Oyedipe is now in  huge competition  with other chocolate brands across the country.  

      Femi Oyedipe once said “To end poverty, there is a need for sustained growth and capacity development in our communities. Cocoa is a cash crop and as with most local raw resources we are only able to trade it in raw forms hereby realizing lower margins. As part of intentional effort to make our world a better place by not only ending poverty, promoting gender equality, good health and well being, an outfit that will process Cocoa into Chocolate and add value across the entire chocolate making value chain is a solution to bridge this gap and Loshes Chocolate was birthed.”

      Do you think Nigerians will be interested in buying and eating locally made Nigerian Chocolate? we all know Nigerians values imported goods than locally made one….but why so? don’t you think it is high time we come together as people to buy and consume made in Nigeria product?

    • Samuel Ogunwale started the discussion Chronic loan defaulter's accounts can now be debited

      July 15, 2020 at 10:17 PM

      The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has given approval to banks starting from 1st of  August to debit chronic bank debtors account with other banks.

      The CBN released the guidelines aimed at reducing non-performing loans in the banking sector and to monitor chronic loan defaulters. CBN issued a circular to all banks and other financial institutions tagged ‘Operational Guidelines on global standing instruction – Individuals.’ This guideline will take effect from 1st of August 2020.

      This guideline will help banks recovery their money from debtors who have money in another banks but refused to pay back their loans. This means that  loan defaulters who have funds in any type of account across any bank in the country should be expecting such accounts to be debited.

      With the BVN, Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System  will first recover the loans from the defaulter’s balance in any account within the bank. should it not be enough then it will proceed to other accounts deposited in other banks.

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