Top 10 Ways to Recognize Ponzi Schemes

The Ponzi scheme is one of the oldest, most notorious investment frauds in the world, with over eight thousand (8,000) schemes across the world in the past decade. At the very start, a Ponzi scheme sells the illusion of a sustainable business so long newer investors are periodically introduced into its system and older investors do not request full repayment. In order to attract investors, Ponzi scheme promoters promise enormous returns and pay them in order to set their balls rolling.

How to by-Pass Nigeria twitter Ban in Nigeria (Part 2)

Is Twitter blocked in Nigeria? Yes, Twitter is blocked in Nigeria. Anyone who attempts to access the Twitter website will immediately see an error page. The app’s feed will not refresh and new tweets cannot be posted.Tip: to unblock Twitter, or any other site blocked in Nigeria, you will need a VPN. There are hundreds of VPNs but most won’t work. Luckily, we maintain a list of VPNs that work in Nigeria!

UAR or Nigeria: What’s in a name?

The Nigerian social media space has been agog with the abbreviation UAR which is full means the United African Republic. The National assembly following its members decision to review the constitution has been holding townhall meetings across the country geopolitical zones to ascertain the grievances of the masses with the present 1999 constitution.Adeleye Jokotoye, a tax consultant, submitted the proposal to the committee at the South West Zonal Public Hearing in Lagos on Wednesday, June 2, 2021.While presenting the proposal, he said Nigeria’s current name was an imposition of its…

INFORMATIVE: Varsity Funding in Nigeria

There are currently a total of 170 universities in Nigeria comprising the 43 Federal Universities, 48 State Universities and 79 private-owned universities. With a combined total annual intake capacity of 600,000 compared to the average of 2,500,000 applicants year in year out. In 2017, Nigerian universities counted 1.7 million undergraduate students and 234 thousand postgraduate students. Among master students, women accounted for 36 percent of the total, while the female percentage was slightly lower among bachelor students.

Top 5 Countries where Nigerians/Africans can study abroad for free

Germany Whether you want to explore the hip corners of Berlin or study in a quaint town in the German countryside, you’ll find a place that suits your needs. The country’s higher education system has a strong reputation and, most importantly, tuition is FREE of charge.All you have to pay is a fee of around €100 (£75) to €250 (£185) per semester, which covers administrational costs as well as the work of the student union.

INFORMATIVE: Business to Business Selling Post-Pandemic

its more or less a cliché now to say that covid-19 has changed the landscape of the business and questioned conventional wisdom or understanding. The pandemic brought the entire globe to it kneels with several fatalities across the world. Growing up in Nigeria, the entire covid-19 seems like of one those many American movies wherein a super-hero-character who eventually saves the world and sort of help the world escape some sort of dooms days.

INFORMATIVE: How to Get a remote job abroad From Nigeria

The concept of remote working is fast becoming popular in the country. Prior to COVID-19 era, remote working was mostly popular in the tech industry and some tele-sales roles. Remote work is a working style that allows professionals to work outside of a traditional office environment. … Think of it this way: instead of commuting to an office each day to work from a designated desk, remote employees can execute their projects and surpass their goals wherever they please. 

The Negative Influence of Nigeria’s Security on the Economy.

Nigerians & Nigerians are presently battling a rather humongous or skyrocketing inflation rate and unemployment rate. Accrediting to the Nigerian bureau of statistics, the inflation rate currently stands at 18% while unemployment rate is at 33%. But these numbers don’t tell the true reality compared to what’s obtainable in the markets, labor & commodities. The effect on this on the overall economy cannot be overemphasized, coupled with the unpredictable Naira to dollar exchanges rates which currently sits at NGN500 to 1 dollar.