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How I lost money in my early days of real estate investing- Mrs Adefunke Adeyemi

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Mrs Adefunke Adeyemi is the Regional Director for Member and External Relations of the International Air Transportation Association (IATA).  She was recently identified as one of the 200 Most Influential People of African Descent (MIPAD) globally in recognition of her achievements. Adefunke advocates for the overall sustainability and growth of the industry as a whole, and is the intermediary between ...

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“This is why business firms are moving out of Abuja”

According to Jide Babalola of The Nation, business firms are moving out of Abuja, but if the authorities can reduce the taxes, and boost power supply and security, among other measures, investors will reconsider their stance. Unnecessary friction between government agencies, corruption and multiple taxation by Federal Capital Territory (FCT) agencies are major reasons why Nigerian and international investors and ...

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“Estate surveyors should be engaged to address Nigeria’s land data challenge”

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The practice of estate surveying and valuation in Nigeria has been bedeviled with several challenges leading to negative public perception. In this interview, the second vice president of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers (NIESV) and the principal partner of Portharcourt based Emma Wike & Partners Emma Okas Wike, gives an insight on what the board is doing ...

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How I Started Real Estate Business in School

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Olatunbosun Okpeseyi the CEO of Lord Cowries Limited, is a certified auctioneer, real estate mogul and a practicing barrister who loves to keep himself busy doing something new. In this interview with The Sun, he narrated how it all started in his university years. So how did you start? I started doing some of these things right from my university days. ...

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Advantages of Concrete Road Over Asphalt Road

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According to LAFARGE, in 2014, Nigeria was estimated to have lost N300 billion to bitumen importation. Now, with biting foreign exchange scarcity, dwindling revenue, and prevailing economic recession, experts have called for the use of concrete to build roads rather than bitumen. In this article we take a look at the advantages of Concrete road over Asphalt road In recent ...

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