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8 Steps to Successfully Invest in the Real Estate Sector in Nigeria - Investment

8 Steps to Successfully Invest in the Real Estate Sector in Nigeria - Investment | Nigeria | Scoop.it
They say if something is expensive but worth it, you will find a way to get it. And property in regard to land and buildings is one thing that is worth your investment in the long term.
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The Gay Debate in Nigeria - Patrick Osiegbu

The Gay Debate in Nigeria - Patrick Osiegbu | Nigeria | Scoop.it
Patrick Osiegbu opinion on matters economic, social and political.
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The African Version of Amazon Will Emerge From Nigeria - Patrick Osiegbu

The African Version of Amazon Will Emerge From Nigeria - Patrick Osiegbu | Nigeria | Scoop.it
Nigeria is home to many successful ecommerce giants, including Konga and Jumia, Nigerian ecommerce companies that have raised $63.5 million and $61 million
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Tweet from @africareview

Tweet from @africareview | Nigeria | Scoop.it
Nigerians seeking jobs at the country's Immigration Department scramble at the Abuja Stadium on March 15, 2014 -AFP http://t.co/wLO5yCCRBB
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Floating School in Makoko, Nigeria Can Accommodate up to 100 Students

Floating School in Makoko, Nigeria Can Accommodate up to 100 Students | Nigeria | Scoop.it
We are witnessing a huge variety of architectural marvels of modern high-rise residential and commercial building hotels on the water and under the water. School on the water is nothing like that.
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Lagos Through My Lense | Future Cape Town

Lagos Through My Lense | Future Cape Town | Nigeria | Scoop.it
The streets of Lagos are a wonderful mosaic of human beings, colours and art. Being a street-photographer I am drawn to the interaction between human-beings and the art and colours of the city. There is art here on school ...
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Two Nigerian writers' perspectives of Lagos | British Council

Two Nigerian writers' perspectives of Lagos | British Council | Nigeria | Scoop.it
Two Lagosian writers explain what's special about their city and how they captured that in stories performed as plays at the Lagos Theatre Festival last weekend. The stories had been selected as part of a British Council ...
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5 TED Talks That Tell the Nigerian Story Beautifully - Patrick Osiegbu

Here I list 5 TED Talks that tell the Nigerian story like it is, open your ears and eyes. And you can actually head on over to their site and read.
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Catching up, after three decades in prison for a crime she didn't do

Catching up, after three decades in prison for a crime she didn't do | Nigeria | Scoop.it
Mary Jones talks about what she missed, what she learned, why she never lost hope

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Job Recruitment and Unemployment in Nigeria - Patrick Osiegbu

Job Recruitment and Unemployment in Nigeria - Patrick Osiegbu | Nigeria | Scoop.it
Unemployment in Nigeria has always been a problem and citizens will go to great lengths to secure jobs. It is sad when these efforts result in loss of lives
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Why Invest in the Nigerian Property Market? - Investment

Why Invest in the Nigerian Property Market? - Investment | Nigeria | Scoop.it

For a lot people within and outside Nigeria, it is a country that is relies on oil through and through. We would be nothing without oil, right? Well, you will be pleased to know this is not true, especially today. Did you know, for instance, that the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by about 6.9% in the third quarter of 2013 largely because of the increased contribution of the non-oil sector? What is more, real estate services hold a significant position in this particular sector.

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NIGERIA: Fuel Queues Return in Lagos as NNPC Fails to Sustain Supply - Codewit World News

NIGERIA: Fuel Queues Return in Lagos as NNPC Fails to Sustain Supply - Codewit World News | Nigeria | Scoop.it
NIGERIA: Fuel Queues Return in Lagos as NNPC Fails to Sustain Supply Codewit World News Long queues of motorists at the weekend resurfaced in filling stations in Lagos following the inability of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) to...
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Abuja: City Where Maize Business Booms - Leadership Newspapers

Abuja: City Where Maize Business Booms - Leadership Newspapers | Nigeria | Scoop.it
Abuja: City Where Maize Business Booms Leadership Newspapers CHIKA OKEKE reports that this staple food, which is readily available in the city from February, is now the cheapest fast food for majority of the residents, even as the sellers make...
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allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Cement Quality and Building Collapse

allAfrica.com: Nigeria: Cement Quality and Building Collapse | Nigeria | Scoop.it
allAfrica: African news and information for a global audience
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What level of growth can investors expect from Africa?

What level of growth can investors expect from Africa? | Nigeria | Scoop.it
A brief investigation into the total level of growth which investors can expect to see within Africa during the near future

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