Wednesday, July 6, 2016

The Risks Of Selling On Konga And Jumia

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Selling on Konga or Jumia is VERY easy. All you need to do is find a product with good demand, list it on Konga or Jumia, and it will eventually sell because their audience and reach are VERY vast.

Becoming a seller on Konga and Jumia is VERY simple and with simplicity comes low barriers of entry which is very bad for any business. There are ton of competition because Konga & Jumia are getting flooded with bunch of me too sellers.

EFCC: Fayose Got Contracts Kickback To Buy Mansions

Anti-graft agency states details of N1.299b case

Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose got left kickbacks from contractors and lavished the cash on mansions, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has alleged.

The governor’s N1.299 billion bank account has been frozeen. He is in court contesting the order, which the EFCC has defended. The case is coming up September 30 at the Federal Gigh Court, Ado-Ekiti.

I’m Denied My Fundamental Human Right — Ikpeazu

I’m denied my fundamental human right — Ikpeazu

GOVERNOR Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has said the Abuja court denied him his fundamental human right even as he described the political logjam in his state as “atomistic,” a situation where the state is at war with itself, which he said has created unnecessary tension.

Customs Pegs Import Duty Exchange Rate At N282/US$

By Godwin Oritse & Ifeyinwa Obi

LAGOS — FOLLOWING the release of the new foreign exchange policy, the Nigeria Customs Service has pegged import duty rate at N282 to a dollar with effect from July 1.

This may result in higher duty for imports made before the new policy was introduced. The implication of the increment is that more cargoes may be abandoned at the ports.

White cop shoots an African father-of-5 to death for selling CDs

Gang chops off the ear of a police DPO, strips him naked, during arrest

According to the Anambra State Police Public Relations Officer, Ali Okechukwu, the members of the gang, led by one Ifedilichukwu Nwankwo, allegedly chopped off one of the ears of a Divisional Police Officer of Ajali Division who was at Nanka to effect their arrest.

Okechukwu said, “On 17/02/2016 at about 9am hours, one Okechukwu Udezuka of Oraifite and Ebuka, surname unknown, were shot dead at Tarzan, Nkpor by a gang of armed robbers. In the course of investigation, two persons namely Emamanuel Nwabudu, Chigozie Nweke, a.k.a Achito, were arrested.