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Spiff, Global Youths Role Model Offers Few Tips on Buying your first Property

  "Trying to own Your first home? Get going,you can too ,for you  are not just trying to  buy a house, you are buying a lifestyle.”- Vivian Moffatt - Oyeyemi ( property advocate)  BAYELSA born international business man and self styled VENDOR of the NIGER Delta/Amnesty Organization,  and global youths leader, High chief Ebi Shidi Spiff  who is currently domiciled in Ontario Canada is up with words of hope to young ones and even the aged seeking to have their first property Speaking in a long telephonic interview with the international magazine brand called Richlist ( luxurious property segment) last night,Chief Spiff gave the following top tips * Brand Advertisement  In his words " Buying your first property can be an exciting and significant milestone in your life. Here are some tips I can give  to help  navigate the process: 1. *Save for a down payment*: Start by saving for a down payment, which is typically a percentage of the property's purchase price. The larger your

Aisha Achimugu: Portrait of A Misunderstood Billionaire Humanitarian

  " Never waste your time trying to explain who you are to people who are committed to misunderstanding you" is a famous quote by Lady Dream hampton And Such can no doubt be said of the business woman and humanitarian called Aisha Sulieman Achimugu, whose name anytime it is being mentioned many look at her as grade A socialite  But far from that ...there is more to her life!And today,we can authoritatively reveal that Aisha Achimugu is not only known for her successful career as a woman of many parts  and businesswoman; but also for her remarkable humanitarian efforts. Her passion for humanity and dedication to making a positive impact on the lives of others have been widely recognized. Through her foundation, Aisha has been actively involved in various humanitarian initiatives. She has focused on empowering women, particularly through vocational training programs that equip them with valuable skills for sustainable livelihoods. Additionally, she has provided financial assist

Ozekpedia State of The Nation Today.......MINIMUM WAGE, MAXIMUM RAGE .

" No peace which is not peace for all. No rest until all has been fulfilled.” ~ Dag Hammarskj√∂ld, the late United Nations Secretary-General  BY PROFESSOR MIKE OZEKHOME, SAN, CON, OFR INTRODUCTION Nigerian president, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, on 18th July, 2024, in the presence of NLC president, Joe Ajaero and TUC president, Festus Osifo, approved a minimum wage of 70 thousand Naira for every Nigerian worker. He also promised to review it every 3 years. This is coming after years of struggle by Nigerian workers, with threats of strike, warning strikes and actual strikes. The increase comes at a time Nigerians are asphyxiating under severe hardship amid excruciatingly high cost of living driven by spiraling inflation and dire economic challenges in an inclement environment of palpable government wastes, leakages and ostentatious living. Using a bag of rice as a metaphor, Nigerians have refused to indulge in any euphoria of jubilation as the 70 Thousand Naira will not even be able to buy a