Naira Steadies At N361/$1 As CBN Injects $210million Into Foreign Exchange Market

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Nigeria’s local currency Naira continued to maintain its steady rate against the United States Dollar, exchanging for N361/$1 in the BDC segment of the market on Tuesday, November 28, 2017.

This is just as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) yesterday announced the injection of another $210 million to boost liquidity in the inter-bank foreign exchange market.

Jeff Bezos Of Amazon Now Worth $100 Billion – Thanks To Black Friday

Speaking about this in Abuja, Acting Director, Corporate Communications Department, CBN, Mr Isaac Okorafor, said $100million of the amount was offered to the wholesale segment, while the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) segment got an allocation of $55 million.

The invisible segment (i.e. tuition fees, medical payments and Basic Travel Allowance (BTA), among others) was also allocated $55 million.

Okorafor said the releases were part of an effort aimed at boosting liquidity in the forex market, facilitating trade and easing remittances for legitimate personal commitments.

While attributing the long spell of calm in the market to the interventions of the CBN and the cooperation of all stakeholders, Okorafor said the convergence of rates between the interbank market and the Bureau de Change segments, had all but converged with customers able to buy forex from either market at not more than N362 to a dollar.

In spite of the development, he stressed that the CBN would continue in its monitoring of the market in order to ensure that authorised dealers abide by the extant rules.

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Jeff Bezos Of Amazon Now Worth $100 Billion – Thanks To Black Friday

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American entrepreneur, Jeff Bezos, who is the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Amazon.com and owner of ‘The Washington Post’, is now worth $100 billion, further securing his title as the world’s richest man.

Bloomberg reports that the $100 billion milestone makes Bezos, 53, the first billionaire to build a 12-figure net worth since 1999, when Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates hit the mark.

It was gathered that Bezos’ fortune went up $2.4 billion to $100.3 billion, as the online retailer’s shares jumped more than 2 percent on optimism for Black Friday sales.

Jeff Bezos is the world’s newest $100 billion mogul.

Jeff Bezos is the world’s newest $100 billion mogul.

Online purchases for the day are up 18.4 percent over last year, according to data from Adobe Analytics, and investors are betting the company will take an outsized share of online spending over the gifting season.

“World’s Richest Man” is a title Bezos officially earned in October when he beat Gates for the title, a feat he also briefly accomplished in July.

Bezos started 2017 as the fourth richest person in the world, and surpassed both Inditex (ZTSTF, +2.98%) founder Amancio Ortega and Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffet this year as well. Bezos’ climbing net worth is due in part to an exceptionally profitable year for Amazon, which saw the acquisition of Whole Foods.

While Gates and Bezos have both been vying for the top spot on the world’s richest person list for some time, Gates made it slightly easier for Bezos to surpass him this year when he donated 5% of his net worth (roughly $4.6 billion) to charity in August. Unlike Gates, Bezos has given very little of his fortune to charity so far.

Gates, who currently has a net worth of $86.8 billion, is estimated to have had a net worth of $150 billion had he not given so much of his fortune to charity.

Meanwhile, Bezos himself has shown interest in philanthropy. This past June he asked Twitter for ideas on how to be a better philanthropist.

His goal was to tackle problems “at the intersection of urgent need and lasting impact.”

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Jeff Bezos Of Amazon Now Worth $100 Billion – Thanks To Black Friday

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American entrepreneur, Jeff Bezos, who is the founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Amazon.com and owner of ‘The Washington Post’, is now worth $100 billion, further securing his title as the world’s richest man.

Bloomberg reports that the $100 billion milestone makes Bezos, 53, the first billionaire to build a 12-figure net worth since 1999, when Microsoft Corp. co-founder Bill Gates hit the mark.

It was gathered that Bezos’ fortune went up $2.4 billion to $100.3 billion, as the online retailer’s shares jumped more than 2 percent on optimism for Black Friday sales.

Jeff Bezos is the world’s newest $100 billion mogul.

Jeff Bezos is the world’s newest $100 billion mogul.

Online purchases for the day are up 18.4 percent over last year, according to data from Adobe Analytics, and investors are betting the company will take an outsized share of online spending over the gifting season.

“World’s Richest Man” is a title Bezos officially earned in October when he beat Gates for the title, a feat he also briefly accomplished in July.

Bezos started 2017 as the fourth richest person in the world, and surpassed both Inditex (ZTSTF, +2.98%) founder Amancio Ortega and Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffet this year as well. Bezos’ climbing net worth is due in part to an exceptionally profitable year for Amazon, which saw the acquisition of Whole Foods.

While Gates and Bezos have both been vying for the top spot on the world’s richest person list for some time, Gates made it slightly easier for Bezos to surpass him this year when he donated 5% of his net worth (roughly $4.6 billion) to charity in August. Unlike Gates, Bezos has given very little of his fortune to charity so far.

Gates, who currently has a net worth of $86.8 billion, is estimated to have had a net worth of $150 billion had he not given so much of his fortune to charity.

Meanwhile, Bezos himself has shown interest in philanthropy. This past June he asked Twitter for ideas on how to be a better philanthropist.

His goal was to tackle problems “at the intersection of urgent need and lasting impact.”

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Naira Weakens As CBN Injects $288million Into Forex Market

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) disclosed on Friday that it has injected $287.89million into the currency market to meet requests in four industries for dollars, extending efforts to boost liquidity and alleviate shortages.

The four industries targeted were agriculture, airlines, petroleum and raw materials, the CBN said in a statement.

Reuters quoted the country’s apex bank as saying that it would continue to intervene in order to drive growth in the economy and guarantee stability in the currency market.

The dollar sale came on the back of the sharp drop in the value of the naira from 361/dollar last week Friday to 364/dollar on Friday.

Confirming the figures, the Bank’s Acting Director, Corporate Communications Department, Isaac Okorafor, noted that the releases were targeted at sustaining liquidity in the market as well as boosting production and trade.

Okorafor reiterated the Bank’s commitment to ensuring liquidity in the inter-bank sector of the market, adding that it would continue to intervene in order to drive growth in the economy and guarantee stability in the market.

It will be recalled that the CBN on Monday intervened in the inter-bank Foreign Exchange Market to the tune of $210 million, comprising of $100 million for the wholesale segment and $55 million each for the Small and Medium Enterprises and invisibles segment.

Although the naira maintained its steady rate against major currencies around the globe – exchanging for N360/$1 in the BDC segment of the market on Friday – there are growing expectations that the objective of the CBN to achieve rates convergence might be met before the end of December 2017 through a combination of factors such as Diaspora repatriation of funds and continued accretion to the country’s reserves.

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How Nigeria’s Naira Fared Against US Dollar (Nov 21) | CBN Injected $18.7Bn Since April

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The Naira on Tuesday, November 21, traded at N362.5 to the dollar at the parallel market, while the Pound Sterling and the Euro closed at N476 and N426 respectively.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that at the Bureau De Change (BDC) window, the local currency flattened at N362 to the dollar, while the Pound Sterling and the Euro closed at N476 and N426 respectively.

Trading at the interbank window saw the Naira closed at N359.87, while the CBN rate closed at N305.9 to the dollar.

Traders privy to the development disclosed that patronage at the market was slow as they awaited the outcome of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting of the CBN.

Meanwhile, Mr Godwin Emefiele, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) Governor, noted that the investors and exports window had maintained a positive influence in the foreign exchange market

Emefiele said at the end of the MPC meeting that the window transacted more than 18.7 billion dollars since it commenced transaction in April.

He added that the Naira had remained stable at the parallel market, while the investors ’window had boosted confidence on the economy.

The MPC meeting of the CBN also retained the benchmark interest rate at 14 per cent alongside other monetary policy parameter.

The CBN had injected 210 million dollars into the foreign exchange market on Monday to boost liquidity.

NAN reports that the series of interventions by the apex bank at the nation’s foreign exchange market had been critical in defending the Naira against the antics of currency speculators.

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BVN: CBN Announces Plans To Replace ATM Code With Biometrics

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has, over the weekend, stated that with the Bank Verification Number (BVN) in place, biometrics will soon be used for transactions on the Automated Teller Machine (ATM) instead of the existing pin code.

The Chairman, Nigeria Electronic Fraud Forum (NeFF), Dipo Fatokun, ‎made this known during the Year 2017 annual retreat of the Nigeria Electronic Fraud Forum (NeFF) held at the Best Western Plus Hotel, Iyaganku, Ibadan, Oyo state capital.

He made this known at the retreat with the theme: “Operationalising a Four Sided Approach to Preventing Fraud” were top officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), the US Consulate, Lagos, Consumer Protection Council (CPC) ,Union Bank of Nigeria Plc,  Access Bank, First Bank, Mobile Money Operators, among other stakeholders in the financial sector of the nation’s economy.

According to Fatokun, introduction of biometrics‎ into the banking system was part of the effort of the CBN to ensure successful fight against electronic fraud.

His words; “Your pin and account details are not supposed to be disclosed to third person but as you rightly said, we have some people who are not literate or incapacitated and that makes them to disclosing their details to third party.

“What we are canvassing is that in a time soon to come, with the BVN in place, biometrics will be used for transactions on ATM.

“That means if you want to transact with your ATM, you will need to use your biometrics. There is no way you can give your finger to a third party. If that is enabling, it will make our system to be more secure and make all our transactions to be validated.

“But biometric electronic devises are very expensive because of the technologies involved but I am sure, we shall get there soon.”

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How Nigeria’s Naira Fared Against US Dollar

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The Nigerian currency naira on Thursday appreciated to N359.56 in the Investor and Exporter (I&E) Foreign Exchange, forex.

The indicative exchange rate for the I & E  forex Window, known as Nigerian Autonomous Foreign Exchange (NAFEX) also appreciated to N359.56 per dollar, yesterday, from Wednesday ’s market rate which stood at N360.70 per dollar.

This indicates an appreciation of N1.14 kobo in the value of the naira.

In the meantime, the volume of dollars traded in the window, yesterday, was $191.07 million from $299.80 million exchanged on Wednesday.

This indicates a 2.9 per cent decrease in the volume of dollars traded in the market.

Meanwhile, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has continued its sustenance of foreign exchange liquidity by injecting another $195m into the inter-bank foreign exchange market, even as the naira maintains its strength.

Figures released by the bank showed that it offered the sum of $100m to the wholesale segment, while the Small and Medium Enterprises segment received the sum of $50m.

The invisibles segment comprising tuition, medical payments and basic travel allowance received $45m.

The bank’s Acting Director, Corporate Communications, Isaac Okorafor, said the intervention was in line with the CBN’s continual determination to ensure forex liquidity and satisfy legitimate demands.

Okorafor said the bank would continue to intervene in the nation’s forex market in order to sustain the liquidity in the market and guarantee the international value of the naira.

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Naira Strengthens As CBN Injects $195m Into Forex Market

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The local currency “Naira” strengthened as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) continued its sustenance of foreign exchange liquidity in the market by injecting another $195 million through the inter-bank segment.

It was learnt that the $195 million intervention, which was made on Monday, November 13, helped the local currency to maintain its strength against its International counterparts.

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Figures released by the Bank show that it offered the total sum of $100million to the Wholesale segment, while the Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) segment received the sum of $50 million. The invisible segment comprising tuition, medical payments and Basic Travel Allowance (BTA) received $45 million.

The Bank’s Acting Director, Corporate Communications Department, Mr Isaac Okorafor, said yesterday that the intervention is in line with the CBN’s continual determination to ensure FOREX liquidity and satisfy legitimate demand.

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Mr Okorafor assured that the Bank will continue to intervene in the nation’s FOREX market in order to sustain the liquidity in the market and guarantee the international value of the Naira.

Meanwhile, the Naira exchanged at an average of N363/$1 in the BDC segment of the market on Monday, November 13, 2017, maintaining its stability in the FOREX market.

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Nigerian Banks React As CBN Requests For All Accounts Without BVN

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has written a letter to the Deposit Money Banks (DMBs) in the country, requesting that they submit to it the list of customers and bank accounts without bank verification number (BVN).

The letter came after a Federal High Court in Abuja ordered the CBN and 19 banks to freeze accounts without the BVN and got an interim order seeking the forfeiture of deposits in the accounts without the BVN, among others.

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The Punch reports that while quite a number of the banks, if not all, have complied with the directive from the CBN, the DMBs are also lobbying the Office of the Attorney General of the Federation to halt the plan by the Federal Government to seize monies in the bank accounts of customers without the BVN.

Justice Nnamdi Dimgba of the Federal High Court in Abuja had on October 17 granted a request by Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, for a temporary forfeiture of all funds held in bank accounts not linked to BVNs and those whose ownership could not be completely identified.

The court ordered all the 19 DMBs operating in the country to release to the Nigerian government names of accounts not yet connected to BVN; account numbers; their outstanding balances; domiciling locations; and domiciliary accounts without BVN and where they are domiciled.

The Judge also ordered the banks to advertise the accounts without the BVN in a widely circulated national newspaper as notice to those who might have any interest in them.

The case was then adjourned until November 16 for the hearing of the substantive application seeking the forfeiture of the sums in the accounts without the BVN.

However, the 19 DMBs named in suit have engaged the services of a top law firm to address the matter, according to top banking industry sources.

Already, the law firm has approached the court for an extension of time to appeal the court order.

“All the banks are ready to appeal the court order. We have engaged the services of a law firm to begin that process. The legal firm is expected to have filed the papers for an extension of time at the court. This will help us prepare for the proposed appeal,” a top executive of a tier-1 bank told The Punch under the condition of anonymity last Monday.

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CBN Releases 2018 Economic Forecasts, Targets $40bn For External Reserves

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The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Mr. Godwin Emefiele, has released the apex bank’s economic forecast for 2018, even as he announced that the country’s external reserves would hit $40bn next year from $34.3bn as of November 3, 2017.

Mr Emefiele made this known on Friday in the apex bank’s economic forecast for 2018, while also announcing that inflation rate might drop from the current 15.98 per cent to a single digit.

The Punch reports that he hinged his forecasts on the foreign exchange and exchange rate management policies of the apex bank in recent months, which has led to a drop of 65 per cent in the monthly food import bill of the country from an average of $5.5bn to $1.9bn as of June 2017.

The CBN governor released the forecasts at the Chartered Institute of Bankers of Nigeria Annual Bankers Dinner in Lagos in a speech tagged ‘Policy Options for Sustaining Nigeria’s Economic Upturn.’

According to the CBN governor, the economy has recorded some remarkable improvements in recent times and if the pace continues, the apex bank will adopt a growth-focused monetary policy stand that will see more credit to the economy.

Emefiele said, “We have also seen a significant appreciation of the naira from over N500/$1 to about N360/$1. In addition, we have seen stability in the rate for over six months now. I am glad to note that the exchange rate is not only stable, it is also converging across various windows and segments of the market.

“Since the establishment of the I&E Window, we have recorded about $10bn in autonomous inflows through this window alone.

“This reflects the effect of the increased transparency which that window accords the FX market and its benign impact of improving investors’ confidence and business sentiments. Our reserves have recovered significantly from a low of just over $23bn in October 2016 to over $34.3bn as of November 3, 2017.”

“Today, among the benefits of that policy is the considerable decline in our import bills. From an average of about $5.5bn, our monthly import bill has fallen consistently to $2.1bn in 2016 and $1.9bn by half year 2017. This is indeed commendable.”

“I expect that barring any unforeseen shocks, inflationary pressure will continue to ease; I believe that it may return to very low double-digit or high single-digit levels during the next year. Though the base effect had diminished, I expect that as the socio-economic factors that are driving food inflation are resolved, the inertia therein would dissipate and the pace of headline disinflation will grow.

“Foreign exchange reserves will continue to grow. Over the last 12 months, Nigeria’s FX reserves grew by over $10bn from just over $23bn in October 2016 to over $33bn in October 2017. It is my belief that if we remain resolute with our efforts, policies and actions, we can attain an FX reserve position of about $40bn by end 2018.”

“Exchange rate stability will continue. As we entrench and sustain the transparency in the FX market, as FX reserves accretion continues, and market confidence and improved sentiments remain, I expect that the exchange rate will not only be stable but would begin to appreciate against major currencies.

“The adverse competitiveness outcome, which such appreciation may entail, would be adequately mitigated by proactive policies to ensure that our balance of payments position is not undermined.

“Monetary policy stance could change when the underlying fundamentals become supportive. If the pace of disinflation becomes adequate and we see inflation at predicted levels, I am very optimistic that MPC may begin to see strong justification for an easing of monetary policy, which may further accelerate the recovery process.”

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Amancio Ortega Overtakes Bill Gates, Is Now The World’s Richest Man

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Spanish retailer and Zara founder, Amancio Ortega, is now the richest person in the world, with a $200 million edge over previous leader Bill Gates.

According to Forbes’ real time ranking, Ortega is now worth an estimated $85 billion, up an extra $1.2 billion from last month.

The 81-year-old Ortega has held the top position three times before, but he has always relinquished the lead within a day. Most recently, he surpassed Bill Gates on Tuesday, but by the end of the afternoon he was $100 million behind the Microsoft co-founder. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, who held the top spot for a brief period last month is now ranked No. 3 with $82 billion.

A former store clerk, Amancio Ortega founded Inditex with his late ex-wife, Rosalia Mera, in 1975. They grew the business into an international juggernaut that now has a market capitalization of more than $100 billion. The company’s flagship store is Zara, but it also owns Zara Home, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Oysho, Pull and Bear, Stradivarius and Uterque.

 

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Piggybank, Afrotech Girls, Znm Foundation, Tambollo, Others Win SME100 Award

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Every year, SME100Nigeria one of Nigeria’s fastest growing platforms for young entrepreneurs; recognises and celebrates 25 Nigerians under the age of 25 who are doing phenomenal things in Nigeria and contributing to socio-economic development of the country. The Nominee reception and awards ceremony held on Saturday, 26th of August at the Terra Kulture Arena in Victoria Island, Lagos.

The ceremony which was well attended by young entrepreneurs, business managers, innovators, inventors and captains of industries was hosted by Akah Nnani and Seyitan Atigarin. It was an evening of inspiration with words of wisdom and encouragement from Lois Sankey Diamond Bank, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo Senior Pastor Trinity House and Mr Tonye Cole Co-founder Sahara group.

There were also musical performances by Saeon, Jeff Akoh, Ric Hassani and other talented young artists in the Nigerian creative industry.

The keynote speaker was Mr Segun Ogunsanya, CEO Airtel Nigeria who was represented by Emeka Oparah, Head Corporate Communications, Airtel. Emeka Oparah in his address advised young entrepreneurs to continue to strive in their various ventures and employ ethical practices that will set their businesses apart from others. He also spoke on Airtel’s commitment in contributing to entrepreneurship in Nigeria.

The Executive Director of SME100 Nigeria, Charles Odii in his welcome address spoke on the goal and aim of the awards. “The goal of this award is to stimulate an entrepreneurial culture among our youths. We identify young people doing phenomenal work across the country, and shine the spotlight on them so that all others can see them and aspire to set up businesses as well.” He said.

The selection of the finalists was cut down to 100 from 3,500 nominated candidates across the 25 categories of the award. The final 25 winners were decided by the Global Advisory Board of SME100Nigeria based on set down criteria and online voting.

See the full list of the award winners below:

NAME  Company  CATEGORY
1. Maryam Laushi Not too young to run Active Citizenry & Government Engagement
2. Chibuzo Aloizeuwa ACE Palace Farms Agriculture
3. Jekein Lato-Unah Artiste Arts, Craft & Culture
4. Garos Bot Botz Pretty Looks Beauty & Makeup
5. Georgette Monnou Unspoken Words Creative Writing & Content Creation
6. AfroTech Girls Afrotech girls Cyber Security & Technology
7. Abiola Chris-Amusan Rings Nigeria E-Commerce
8. Omozino Eguh Yudimy Education
9. Jennifer Uchendu Susty Vibes Energy & Sustainability
10. Buogo Obi WoodDesignes Environment, Housing & Interior Décor
11. Chinyere Uzuh Qwint Perfect Event Planning
12. Desiree Iyama Desiree Iyama Fashion
13. Joshua Chibueze PiggyBankNG Finance & Fintech
14. Aliyu Abubakar QuickShake Food
15. Precious Obiako Spotlight Skincare Health & Skincare
16. Natalie Obi Ethereal Olores Co. Manufacturing & Logistics
17. Gidado Shuaib Youths’ Digest Media & Communication
18. Tuke Morgan Music
19. Ebiye Performing Arts
20. Rotimi Okungbaye Photography
21. Stephanie Eze Mintville Professional Services
22. Zayyad Nasidi ZNM Foundation Social Entrepreneurship
23. Omimi Okere Qontent Software & Design
24. Georgia Oboh Sport
25. Sikemi Ifederu Tambollo Tourism & Hospitality
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For more information, please visit www.sme100nigeria.com. For enquiries call 08177743650 or send email to communications@sme100nigeria.com

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First Ever International Drinks Festival Comes To Lagos This December

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This December promises to be more fun than ever before as Lagos is set to play host to the first ever International Drinks Festival, as brand owners, retailers, and holiday fun seekers will besiege Lagos in the single largest gathering of stakeholders in the drinks’ business ever witnessed in Nigeria.

During an exclusive press conference and elaborate unveiling ceremony held last Thursday in Lagos, Balmoral, organizers of the event and one of Africa’s biggest event management companies revealed that the event, which will take place from the 1st – 3rd December, 2017 at the Balmoral Convention Centre, Federal Palace Hotel, V.I, is going to be an Exhibition of various drinks brands, Masterclasses with various drink professionals, various summits which will give the attendees opportunities to ask questions and interact with the drink experts.

The festival will also have a lot of interactive fun events to lighten up the atmosphere and introduce various brands to the general public.

The unveiling ceremony, if anything to go by, was an indication of the glamour and finesse that would encapsulate the major event coming in December.

The unveiling brought together members of the press from virtually all the major media outlets, as well as the crème de la crème of the music, movie, and beverage industry and even, the political class.

Guests were treated to a cocktail session on an exquisite artistic floor plan featuring a spirit bar, palmwine joint, and a local beer parlor complete with ladies on stilts, and some standing inside waist-high glass chandeliers. It was a sight to behold!

Coming on the heels of an Euromonitor International (a world renowned business intelligence company) report that Nigeria consumed 36.68 million litres of soft drinks in 2016, its spirits market worth $6 billion, and beer accounting for 55% of the total market share, Balmoral’s First-Ever International Drinks Festival will no doubt take Christmas to a whole new level in Lagos, come December 2017.

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CBN Cautions Nigerian Banks, Others Against E-Payment Penalty

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has cautioned banks and other electronic payment service providers in the country to navigate to the evolving and increasing complex regulatory environment to avoid penalty.

The caution was given by the Director, Banking and Payments System Department, CBN, Mr. ‘Dipo Fatokun, in a statement made available to The Punch.

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Fatokun made this known at the Finance Correspondents Association of Nigeria Bi-Monthly Forum in Lagos on Saturday, while making a presentation.

In the statement, he described fraud as the biggest challenge facing the electronic payment sector, stressing the need for banks, customers and regulators to tackle it.

 “Electronic payments continue to be a growth story across the world and Nigeria is not an exception, but banks and other service providers face a number of challenges in ensuring that they make the most of this opportunity,” he said.

He said the Nigerian electronic payments industry had been evolving in line with the evolution in global payments in both wholesale and retail systems.

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Fatokun said banks, payment service providers, and the CBN had played various roles in developing the payments system and creating products and channels for electronic payments.

“The ATM channel accounts for the highest volume of transactions, while the NIP accounts for the highest value of transactions annually. This is because the ATM is usually the e-payment channel that new and lower value account holders always interface with, while corporates and upwardly mobile middle class customers make transfers using NIP,” he said.

He said the Retail Payments Transformation Programme of the CBN had led to the introduction of various electronic payment products and services by operators in the industry.

“The electronic products are gradually reducing the usage of cheques and cash, as noticed consistently in the annual performance report since the inception of the Cashless Policy in 2012,” he said.

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How The Naira Fared Against Dollar On Parallel Market (Aug 6)

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The naira on Sunday, August 6, closed at 365 per United States dollar at the parallel market, reversing the gain it recorded in the past week.

Last week, the local unit had closed at 363/dollar.

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The Nigerian currency, which initially traded at 365/dollar, recorded slight after the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), sold $462m to players in the foreign exchange market last Monday.

The apex bank specifically sold the total sum of $462,336,426.74.

A breakdown showed that the Retail Secondary Market Intervention Sales received the largest allocation of $267.3m, while the sum of $100m was offered for wholesale interventions; the sum of $50m was allocated to the Small and Medium Enterprises forex window.

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Those requiring foreign exchange for Business/Personal Travel Allowances, tuition and medical fees, among others, got a total allocation of $45m.

The naira is forecast to trade in a narrow range this week, and is expected to get support due to dollar inflows from CBN.

At the official interbank market, the naira has stuck around 305.90/dollar since August 2016.

On the CBN Investor and Exporters FX window, the local currency was quoted at 367 to the dollar, Reuters reported.

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CBN To Ban Microfinance Bank Customers Without BVN From Withdrawal From Jan 1, 2018 (See Circular)

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has declared that as from January 1, 2018, customers of microfinance banks and other financial institutions (OFIs) without the bank verification number (BVN) will be unable to make withdrawals from their accounts.

How The Naira Fared Against Dollar On Parallel Market (Aug 2)

The apex bank made this declaration in a statement issued on Friday as a way of indicating that it has extended the deadline for the verification, which was initially set for July 31.

CBN Warns Against Abuse Of The Naira | Offenders Liable To N50,000 Fine Or 6-Month Imprisonment

The statement which was issued by the director, other financial institutions supervision department, Tokunbo Martins, quoted the apex bank as saying that it extended the deadline following appeals from various bodies.

 “As you are aware, the deadline expired on July 31, 2017, and consequently several OFIs are in breach of this regulatory directive,” the statement read.

CBN To Ban Microfinance Bank Customers Without BVN From Withdrawal From Jan 1, 2018CBN To Ban Microfinance Bank Customers Without BVN From Withdrawal From Jan 1, 2018CBN To Ban Microfinance Bank Customers Without BVN From Withdrawal From Jan 1, 2018In March, Kemi Adeosun, minister of finance had written to Godwin Emefiele, CBN governor, requesting that the BVN registration exercise be extended to microfinance banks.

“We have already commenced a review of such cases to identify and investigate cases of fraud,” she had said.

“We know that extending the requirement for BVN to microfinance banks may put a huge financial strain on the smaller microfinance banks; but some such as National Police Force microfinance (NPF), have over 27,000 salary accounts.

“Our inability to perform checks on such a large number of salary earners is a key risk.

“This will support the federal government’s efforts at reducing leakages to create headroom for the capital projects that will support the growth of the economy.”

Click here to see circular

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How The Naira Fared Against Dollar On Parallel Market (Aug 2)

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The naira gained marginally against the United States dollar at the parallel market on Wednesday, August 2, 2017.

The local currency appreciated by 50k to exchange at N362.50, stronger than N363 posted on Tuesday, while the Pound Sterling and the Euro traded at N473 and N422 respectively.

Naira Steadies As CBN Injects $462m Into Foreign Exchange Market

At the Bureau De Change (BDC) window, the Naira was sold at N363, while the Pound Sterling and the Euro traded at N472 and N423 respectively.

The Naira, however, depreciated at the investors’ window, selling at N368.50 from 367.28 to the dollar.

Traders at the market said that uncertainty on the exchange rate permeated trading as buyers exercised great caution.

Since the implementation of the flexible exchange rate policy, the forces of demand and supply had been the sole determinant of the exchange rate.

CBN Warns Against Abuse Of The Naira | Offenders Liable To N50,000 Fine Or 6-Month Imprisonment

Though, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) had since discontinued its peg on the exchange rate, it had remained resolute in its interventions and ensuring a robust and stable exchange rate policy.

The stability and availability of foreign exchange had impacted positively on the expansion of the manufacturing sector as reflected in the Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) for July.

According to data from the apex bank, the PMI stood at 54.1 per cent in July 2017, indicating expansion in the manufacturing sector for the fourth consecutive month.

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Naira Steadies As CBN Injects $462m Into Foreign Exchange Market

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The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Friday injected $462,336,426.74 million into the Foreign Exchange (Forex) market, barely days after it intervened with 194 million dollars.

Mr Isaac Okorafor, Acting Director in charge of Corporate Communications, CBN made this known in a statement in Abuja.

He said the intervention was in line with the commitment of the apex bank to sustain and deepen flexibility in the foreign exchange market to further enhance foreign exchange flow in the economy.

A breakdown of the forex intervention figures obtained from the bank indicated that the Retail Secondary Market Intervention Sales (SMIS) received the largest allocation of $267,336,426.74.

The CBN also offered $100,000,000 as wholesale interventions, while $50,000,000 was allocated to the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) forex window.

Those requiring foreign exchange for Business/Personal Travel Allowances, tuition and medical fees, among others, got a total allocation of $45,000,000.

With yesterday’s forex supply, the total intervention made by the CBN for the week came to $657,336,426.74.

The CBN spokesman said: “the leadership of the CBN is impressed by the positive impact its current foreign exchange management is having on the manufacturing sector, agriculture and economic activities in general across the country.”

Okorafor expressed optimism that the Bank’s intervention, coupled with complementary fiscal efforts, would restore the economy to the path of growth.

Meanwhile, the naira maintained its steady rate against major currencies around the globe, appreciating to N360 to the dollar in the BDC segment of the market on Friday.

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TECNO Announces Exclusive Sales of Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition Smartphone at SLOT Systems outlets

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TECNO Mobile, leading mobile phone maker and ‘Official Tablet and Handset Partner of the Manchester City Football Club’, announced exclusive sales agreement with SLOT Systems outlets today. The contractual partnership provides for the exclusive nation-wide distribution of Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition smartphones.

Addressing the media on the partnership and unveiling of the Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition, Attai Oguche, Deputy Marketing Manager, PR, offline events and sponsorships, TECNO Nigeria said: “TECNO aims to leverage SLOT Systems’ nationwide presence to connect with local consumers who wish to experience or buy the flagship.  “

“Only 200 units of Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition Smartphones will ship to Nigeria this summer and we want to make the distribution nationwide. SLOT Systems stands out as the retail partner that can deliver high quality of customer service for this unique flagship.” Attai Oguche added.

“Over the past decade, SLOT Systems Ltd. has been delivering tailor-made customer service to Nigeria’s mobile phone consumers by leveraging advanced technology and trained personnel,” said Nnamdi Ezeigbo MD, SLOT Systems Ltd. “We are happy to partner with TECNO to provide our consumers with unparalleled mobile experience with the introduction of the new Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition smartphones.”

TECNO Camon CX flagship is the latest in a line of photo-focused smartphones of the TECNO Camon series; best known for its premium camera upgrades and pocket friendly price tag. The Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition features the City blue color and includes the official crest on the reverse.

Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition

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From L-R: Eason Duan, Brand Manager – West Africa, Tecno Mobile; Nnamdi Ezeigbo, MD & CEO, SLOT Systems Ltd.; Attai Oguche, Deputy Marketing Manager, PR, Offline Events and Sponsorships Tecno Mobile Nigeria; and Jesse Oguntimehin, Deputy Marketing Manager, Digital, Tecno Mobile Nigeria, at the launch of the Tecno Camon CX Manchester City Limited Edition at Renaissance Hotel Ikeja yesterday.

Camon CX Manchester City Limited edition stays true to the revolutionary pixel sensor and denoising camera technologies of the latest Camon CX/ CX Air flagships.

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Like Camon CX/CX Air, the phone also comes with dual cameras hosting 4-in-1 light denoising technology. This means the signal-to-noise (SNR) capability is 1.7 times better than the average smartphone and has an incredible capability to shoot beautiful, stunning photography in low-light.

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Each pixel sensor on the 16MP front and back cameras detect and transmit light from any image as independent signals that collectively forms the final image of a picture.  This state-of-the-art camera technology results in selfies that are thirty percent brighter than selfies from average smartphones.

This unique smartphone standout features such as full-metal casing in City blue, a laser-etched Manchester City crest on the rear and an upgraded storage space of 4GB RAM/ 64GB ROM, much bigger than Camon CX.

Customers who unbox the new phone will also enjoy customized gift packs including a City branded selfie stick, water bottle and Bluetooth speakers.

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The Camon CX Manchester City Limited edition will ship mid-July to Nigeria. Pre-order at SLOT outlets from the 17th – 21st of July 2017.

More Photos from the launch below:

 

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About Tecno Mobile

TECNO Mobile, born in 2006, is a premium mobile phone brand of Transsion Holdings. As the first dual-SIM handset supplier in Africa, TECNO is dedicated to transforming state-of-art technologies into localized products under the guideline of “Think Globally, Act Locally”. By now, TECNO has spread its presence in around 50 countries across the globe. Its product portfolio comprises of smartphones, tablets and feature phones.

Adhering to the brand essence of “Experience More”, TECNO is committed to enriching customers’ recreational life by providing customized quality products. In 2014 and 2015, TECNO maintained top 20 “Most Admired Brands in Africa” as per African Business, the most influential business magazine in the continent. In 2014, TECNO was awarded the International Quality Crown Award in the Gold Category in London.

As a fast-growing international brand, TECNO has achieved an accumulative sales volume of 120 million units. It is now one of the top three mobile phone brands in Africa and a major player worldwide.

TECNO is fully supported by Transsion’s strength in manufacturing, R&D and after sales services. With 5 manufacturing units around the world, the company is capable of producing 300,000+ handsets per day. Transsion R&D centres are located in Shanghai, Beijing, Lagos (Nigeria) and Nairobi (Kenya) with more than 800 experienced professionals, which are paired with an outstanding design team in France. Transsion’s after sales service brand has 1000+ service touch points globally powered by 4 repair factories to provide unequalled support to TECNO consumers.

For more information please visit www.tecno-mobile.com

About Manchester City Football Club

Manchester City FC is an English Premier League club whose roots began in East Manchester in 1880 as St Mark’s West Gorton. It officially became Manchester City FC in 1894 and has since then gone onto win the European Cup Winners’ Cup, four League Championship titles, including two Premier League titles, and five FA Cups. Manchester City FC is one of four teams comprising the City Football Group and counts New York City FC, Melbourne City FC and Yokohama F-Marinos among its sister clubs.

Under manager Pep Guardiola, one of the most highly decorated managers in world football, the Club plays its domestic and Champions’ League home fixtures at the Etihad Stadium, a spectacular 55,000 seat arena that City have called home since 2003. Today, the Stadium sits on the wider Etihad Campus, which also encompasses the City Football Academy, a world-leading first team training and youth development facility located in the heart of East Manchester. Featuring a 7,000 capacity Academy Stadium, the City Football Academy is also where Manchester City Women’s Football Club and the Elite Development Squad train on a daily basis and play their competitive home games.

For more information, please visit:www.mancity.com

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Unbox Your Phone – Buy The New Samsung S8 | S8+ And Get A Free Clear View Standing Cover

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With the release of the new Samsung S8 and S8+, smartphone enthusiasts can finally experience a smartphone with revolutionary design and layout.

The Samsung flagship has an amazing screen that envelops the entire surface of the smartphone plus its sides thereby, ensuring a truly smooth and strikingly beautiful device with no bumps or angles.

The Samsung S8 and S8+ offer a solid 360-degree user experience – good camera, water and dust resistant, foolproof security architecture and high-end performance even in the rain.

What’s more? You can experience a whole new level of interaction with your Smartphone, your new intelligent personal assistant.

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To reward its customers, Samsung is offering a free clear view standing cover to those who buy the Samsung S8 or S8+ before May 31st 2017.

These devices are available in 3 stunning colors – Midnight Black, Orchid Gray and Maple Gold.

Complete specifications of the Samsung S8 and S8+ can be found here.

You can also find the list of stores where you can get the device nationwide here.

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Career Insights Begins Empowering Nigerians With Digital Skills to Compete in Today’s Digital Economy

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The average Nigerian graduate stumbles through processes just because he has to. In high school, only a handful of students have access to career counsellors who can guide them at the early stages of choosing prospective careers.

University education is mostly a next logical step with most people picking their majors without all the necessary considerations. Shielded from the realities of a cutthroat employment market, the average Nigerian graduates from the University with all the wrong notions.

He is quickly confronted with a few realities.

Work Experience is the most useful commodity out here, however as we now live in the digital age, being equipped to not just survive but thrive in a digital economy becomes paramount to career success.

Not a lot of employers want to go the route of training graduates. They want experienced professionals and they want them by the boatload at the snap of their fingers. A lot of job seekers try to circumvent this problem by applying for Masters programs and professional certifications but they become over qualified with no practical work experience.

Two years in, they are armed with more certifications than experience, the problem persists.

The Career Insights Solution:

Career Insights has approached the problem differently, going above and beyond providing training on Digital Project Management and Business Analysis. Career Insights aims to ensure young graduates & professionals as well as people looking for a career switch can gain invaluable digital expertise and experience while they learn on the job.

The key is the ability to quickly adapt and offer flexibility:
Work experience and on the job training can be done on their flagship platform- eWorkexperience, ensuring candidates can learn at their own convenience or they  could just walk into the company’s DigiHub centre in Ikoyi. A huge part of the candidates learning will be working on actual digital projects to ensure it’s not just a load of theoretical learning.

Be Mentored by those already in the market:
A crucial part of success is effective mentoring. Who best to give you a hand and help you move up the career ladder than someone who has been where you are and now where you want to be. Candidates are assigned to mentors who are already industry experts in the digital field but once used to be candidates.

Live Digital Projects:
Digital Bananas Technology is a UK based company offering digital solutions to the UK and emerging market. The parent company of Career Insights. Candidates will have the opportunity to gain international work experience from the convenience of their homes while collaborating with 3,000+ UK professionals as they analyse, design, develop and deploy digital transformation initiatives focusing on the added value of big data/ analytics, cloud computing, mobile and social business.

With the experience gained, candidates can work for multinationals in Nigeria, work abroad or gain enough experience to launch their own digital business of next innovative app.

To date, Career Insights has helped over 4,000 Nigerians secure high paying digital roles in the UK and their recent success story in Nigeria is a graduate who secured a digital business analyst role with HSBC UK from Nigeria.

Want to learn more about how they can help you? Check them out at: www.careerinsights.tv/start-free

Results
Our 4,000 success stories point to the fact this works. After all, the proof of efficiency is in results. Each year Career Insights parent company, Digital Bananas Technology holds the DBT Awards, rewarding success and celebrating excellence in the UK you can watch the first one in 2014 here youtu.be/3QeciaoRWoE

And watch the subsequent years on their website: www.careerinsights.tv/dbt-awards/

Get started for free by registering on www.careerinsights.tv/start-free or call them directly on (0701 185 2771 or 0802 619 4849)

If you are based in the UK, call on: (02038903449)

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Become a Cyrpto – preneur: Attend TCC Smart Investors Networking Event (It’s Free)

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Invest in the future of Currency, attend TCC Smart Investors networking event!

This month of April, attend TCC (Trade Coin Club) Lagos event to learn the a-b-c of digital currency and become one of the smart fast growing investors in Nigeria!

There are two events happening this weekend and its all for FREE. 

Mainland

Venue: Planet 1, Maryland

Date: Saturday 8th April, 2017

Time: 2pm

For more info: 08185545050 | 08169653894

Info.tradecoinclub@gmail.com

 

Island

Venue: Four Points by Sheraton, Oniru

Date: Sunday 9th April, 2017

Time: 2pm

For more info: 08185545050 | 08169653894

Info.tradecoinclub@gmail.com

You can also visit and follow our social media handles F: Facebook.com/TCCNAIJA  | T: @TCCNAIJA | IG: @TCCNAIJA

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Members of Trade Coin Club

Trade Coin Club Nigeria is a part of Trade Coin Club worldwide

Visit www.tradecoinclub.com for more information

Remember, this event is FREE. 

No Knowledge is lost in the digital age.

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Become a Cyrpto – preneur: Attend TCC Smart Investors Networking Event (It’s Free)

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Invest in the future of Currency, attend TCC Smart Investors networking event!

This month of April, attend TCC (Trade Coin Club) Lagos event to learn the a-b-c of digital currency and become one of the smart fast growing investors in Nigeria!

There are two events happening this weekend and its all for FREE. 

Mainland

Venue: Planet 1, Maryland

Date: Saturday 8th April, 2017

Time: 2pm

For more info: 08185545050 | 08169653894

Info.tradecoinclub@gmail.com

 

Island

Venue: Four Points by Sheraton, Oniru

Date: Sunday 9th April, 2017

Time: 2pm

For more info: 08185545050 | 08169653894

Info.tradecoinclub@gmail.com

You can also visit and follow our social media handles F: Facebook.com/TCCNAIJA  | T: @TCCNAIJA | IG: @TCCNAIJA

TCC Smart Investors networking event

Members of Trade Coin Club

Trade Coin Club Nigeria is a part of Trade Coin Club worldwide

Visit www.tradecoinclub.com for more information

Remember, this event is FREE. 

No Knowledge is lost in the digital age.

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Be Like Kolawole, Refer A Friend And Become A Quickteller Millionaire!

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This is Kolawole. 
Kolawole is a classic Amebo.
His friends prefer his news to a certain Linda…never mind.

Kolawole doesn’t tell you to send a broadcast to five of your friends or you will die, Kolawole didn’t tell his friends to bath with salt water during the Ebola scare,
He values the lives of his friends so much.

Kolawole has never shared those ‘Like and type AMEN’ posts on Facebook. 
He is smart, he knows his friends will ignore him without thinking twice.

When a Hot Gist comes, Kolawole doesn’t swallow it alone.Kolawole is not a glutton, he shares what he hears.

He heard that you can get paid on any transaction your friends and family make on quickteller.com.
So, he refers his friends quickly without a second thought.

Kolawole knows that referring five friends gives him N1000 instantly.
So, he slides in that chic’s DM, refers her and asks her to refer her cute friends too.
Kolawole doesn’t keep the best to himself alone.

Kolawole knows that the best referrers every quarter get 1 Million Naira.
Kolawole isn’t an enemy of progress, so he shares this with his friends too.

Kolawole is owing his landlord for 6 months,
So, he takes this seriously because there is no space under the bridge again!

Kolawole is smart, Be Like Kolawole.
Refer a friend to use quickteller.com and become a millionaire!

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Tell A Friend To Tell A Friend And You Could Be A Quickteller Millionaire!

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Everyone has that one friend that won’t call for months until they need your vote for themselves or their random uncle’s neighbor’s colleague’s wife’s sister’s friend for a beauty pageant or whatever they come up with these days. In good faith, you vote. Try to say hi some seconds later and pooof that friendship is Gone with the Wind until the next beauty pageant… LOL

You know how you scroll through your phone book for just one number and you keep scrolling like it’s a paid job?

There is an awesome way to make use of that phone book and as the good friend, I will tell you; what are friends for? winks

What if you could get paid anytime your friends or family use Quickteller for bill payments, funds transfers, Cable TV subscription, Airtime Recharges and Data subscriptions?

Don’t scream yet, okay maybe you can! So, here’s the deal and you have to promise to tell someone!

In Frank Edoho’s Voice Got a friend not on board the quicker life? Ask them to sign up on quickteller.com, whenever they make a transaction, your phone beeps.

Now what’s even better? REFER up to five people to sign up and you get N1000!

Now, here’s the big chocolate topping on this ice cream; The top three referrers at the end of every quarter gets 3 million Naira! No raffles, no draws; you refer, you win, isn’t that worth sharing?

So, what are you waiting for? Refer a friend, tell a friend to refer a friend that knows a friend! Come on, what are friends for?

REFER A FRIEND NOW!

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