By: on August 15, 2016
There as been recent calls by the Government and concerned Nigerians calling on Nigerians to Buy Goods made in Nigeria so as to make the Naira Stronger.The fact still remains that Nigerians prefer to buy Foreign goods instead of Nigerian Made.Here are some of the reason why Nigerians have refused to buy Made in Nigeria Products Discrimination Sometimes we are our own problems. Most people see goods made in Nigeria as inferior and not up to standard to goods made in other country and ...
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By: on July 23, 2018
By: KELVIN OSA OKUNBOR AFTER many failed attempts to float a national carrier, the Federal Government last week rose to the occasion in faraway London at the Farborough Air Show; a gathering for global players in aviation to unveil the name and livery; otherwise known in ordinary par lance as the logo of the new national carrier – Nigeria Air. Since the unveiling, torrents of commentaries have enveloped the global arena over the government decision to float a national carrier, 15 years af...
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By: on August 18, 2016
What are the best agricultural business ideas for villages? What are the best agro-allied business opportunities for big towns and mega cities? What business can one start in the agriculture industry and succeed? This article will put these questions to rest. Do you know that Agricultural businesses are the most lucrative businesses in the world? Apart from the low-cost of start up and running the business, agricultural businesses turn out a huge profit of up to 100%. With the increase in une...
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By: on October 4, 2016
The production of catfish in Nigeria however, from current studies showed that catfish production, distribution and marketing are way lower than its demand. Six out of every ten Nigerians do eat catfish on weekly basis. That’s a whooping percentage of above 65. Unfortunately, a lot of people, especially those who have an interest in agricultural related businesses, don’t know the potentials of catfish farming in Nigeria. That is exactly why we’ll be discussing how to start the profitabl...
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By: on January 28, 2018
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By: on August 7, 2018
With about five to six domestic airlines operating presently in the country, there are fears that the introduction of a National Carrier by the federal government may spell doom for the local operators. In this piece, ANTHONY AWUNOR, looks at the possibility of the surviving domestic airlines competing favourably with the new Nigeria Air. They say the airport is a terminal of sorts with several doors leading out to different parts of the world. It is more than that, it is also a shelter, a hom...
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By: on August 18, 2016
f you’ve been down-sized, or are looking for a business to invest in, here are 5 profitable agricultural business ideas that you can start today: 1). Fish Farming: Over 50% of Nigerian households will eat something that contains fish today. That’s right, Fish! This is a staple food in every Nigerian home and people eat it every week. The fishes that are most highly in the demand are cat fishes and tilapia. There’s weigh more than enough market for them in Nigeria, and they wi...
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By: on August 20, 2016
London-used phones are a huge item in the Nigerian market as a majority of budget buyers tend to prefer them to not just brand new items but other fairly-used items. It is believed that these fairly used phones from London are affordable, very durable and can perform as well as brand new. Surely, a London-used smartphone can save you some money, still, buying a used smartphone means you have to do your due diligence. Jumia Travel, Africa’s No.1 online hotel booking portal shares are some tip...
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By: on August 10, 2016
Article by Vasanth Soil erosion caused by water and wind is one of the main problems of agriculture in Nigeria. The lack of development in low-lying flood plains also hinders the development of agriculture in Nigeria. In addition, the dependence on imported foods has disincentivized investment in local farming. Soil Infertility The problems of agriculture in Nigeria begin with the soil. Most of the farmable land in Nigeria contains soil that is low to medium in productivity. According to the...
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By: on May 31, 2018
1. Agriculture This is the next revolutionary industry in Nigeria where millionaires are currently being made. Nigerians both home and oversea are beginning to wake up to the huge potentials in Agribusiness, a sector we have been neglecting over the years due to the discovery of oil. Now that the oil is drying up, people are beginning to look into other sectors of the economy to create wealth. Below are some of the farming in Nigeria that are serious making profit for people now:- • Poult...
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By: on July 26, 2016
Nigerian airlines are finding it increasingly difficult to access funds to acquire new airplanes and carry out other activities to boost their businesses. Aviation finance consultant, Ali Magaji in a recent presentation at a workshop in Lagos said there are significant challenges for the industry as a whole to find finance for the new deliveries. He noted that all the major players in the industry, including manufacturers, financiers, airlines and lessors would need to work harder to attract ...
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By: on August 10, 2016
The Airline Operators of Nigeria has said domestic carriers are being undermined by the government through lack of support for their operations. The Chairman, AON, Capt. Noggie Meggison, said in a statement that while foreign exchange was regularly being allocated to importers of petrol at N285 per dollar, domestic airlines received no such support from the government. “The road transporters don’t pay five per cent VAT, or the regulatory five per cent ticket sales tax, or other multip...
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