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Why the north should share power willingly in Nigeria

There is a general feeling in Nigeria, that the north feels the presidency belongs to them.

Looking forward, what will it takes for the north to share power willingly. We not looking for any revolution to shed blood. Every Nigerians should be able to aspire to the presidency.

Igbo, Yoruba or the minority tribes.  It is in the interest of the north that they share power willingly.

The igbo need to drop calls for Biafra, i don’t think that is a viable solution because  once a tribe goes. All other tribes will want to go their way.

I believe an honest plan can be worked at constitutionally, peace conference by the leaders and we can move Nigeria forward peacefully.

Lets hear your take.




Posted by: | April 5, 2016

Posted on: 2016 April 5
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Nigeria Fuel Scarcity Corruption or Incompetence

How can the 6th largest oil producing country be experiencing  fuel scarcity.

Who is to blame?


Pipelines And Products Marketing Company Limited (PPMC)?

Major Oil Marketers Association Nigeria?


i.  There are Claims Govt is  refusing to pay subsidy allowance to major oil marketers

ii. Or why is enough oil not been imported

iii. Lack of distribution strategy or hurdling

The  govt is squarely to blame here, there should have made sure none of this situation arises or

provide a backup plan.

There is huge corruption going on, people selling fuel in the black markets etc

What about  govt anti corruption regime

Corruption and incompetence is our verdict

What has happened to our refineries?

The IPMAN Chairman stated further that Nigeria’s refineries can produce 50-60% of the fuel the country needs but they’ve been shut down for more than a year.

“We have refineries that can refine 450,000 barrels of crude oil per day, that’s millions of litres of refined product,” he said.

“Why are we not using the refineries? Let them use the refineries,” Nkpe said.

An industry insider, who chose to remain anonymous, told Pulse that the relevant government agencies refuse to use the local refineries to produce the country’s needs because there’s much more money to be fraudulently gotten from importing the product.

“They are knowingly boycotting the refineries,” she said. “They make more money with importation due to corruption and fraud,” she added.  source – pulse,ng

Lets hear your thoughts




Posted by: | April 1, 2016

Posted on: 2016 April 1
aisha Buhari forex dealings

Who profits from the forex rate crash in Nigeria

The foreign exchange crash in Nigeria is hurting the government, business and many Nigerians.

But who profits from this crash

i. People  who have access to the government official rate. They can buy at the official rate and sell on the the black market.

ii. The Banks, if they decide to follow their dark side can make huge money

iii. Influential  people in government, this is why Aisha Buhari was accuse but  there is no evidence to substantiate this claim.

iv.  Burea de change, it depends on conscience. They have access to government official rate. They can buy at  govtrate and profit in the black market.

The losers are importers, the cost  of  paying for their good and importing have skyrocketed.

Foriegn companies in Nigeria, who have to convert their currency to dollars pounds etc.  They will take hit

Nigerians travelling overseas, they will need bucket load of money

Lets know what you think guys.



Posted by: | March 28, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 28
word of God

Is it right to sell the word of God?

Hello People, this is a question have been struggling with for a while.

Is it  right to sell the word of God?

Many people, including ministers, pastor, prophets, churches,etc

Sell sermons, christian books, videos  and more.

At the moment, some churches are running Christian colleges, universities and training program which they charge for.

According to Proverb 23:23 kjv – Buy the truth, and sell it not; also wisdom, and instruction, and understanding.

How are we suppose to buy it?  No one is allow to sell it?

Isiah 55:1 Ho, every one that thirsteth, come ye to the waters, and he that hath no money; come ye, buy, and eat; yea, come, buy wine and milk without money and without price.

We like to hear your thoughts




Posted by: | March 28, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 28
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How to Stop Violence in Nigeria Politics

The number of people and mostly innocent that have lost their lives to political violence for no reason is frightening. The re-run election in River State has  already  taken the life of few so far.

The question is why is there  so much violence in Nigeria Politics? The answer is obvious money money   money.

This is the number one driving force, political office is  a big investment in Nigeria. If you  able to get into any political office, you  will  have access to LOADS of CASH. Cash meant  to pay  people  salary or develop the community or a state.

Due to lack of  job or investment opportunity, politics is the biggest  avenue  to become  very rich in an instant.

People, groups, communities are ready to do anything to win an election. KILL, Maim, DESTROY, in order to get to a political office.

Due to  the rampant poverty and lack of education. There are many individuals that can be easily brainwash, bought or hoodwink into carrying out some of this deadly act.

What is the Solution?

If we can find a way to take money off political office. Elected officials will have no access to these billions, they will be DECISION makers only.


Appointed Technocrats will be allowed only to sign and deal with money by Law.  If  this can be

implemented, i believe this will reduce  the die Hard altitude to get into political office.

Lets hear what you think guys.



Posted by: | March 27, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 27
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AUTO Car part Dealers in Nigeria


AUTO Car part Dealers in Nigeria

READ – Greenaira have only  verified the phone numbers on the  list below, use the list at your own discretion.  If you do require a specific service,  do get in touch. We might be able to provide additional information. If you wish to add your business, do get in touch 

Example of a verified Business Listing  –   BUSINESS name,  Address  Location Phone number – VERIFIED

  1.  Hr Automotive  Km 4 Ede Rd, Ile-Ife, Osun 0807 213 2569
  2.  Authentic Spare Parts    KM 35 Lekki Epe Expressway, Awoyaya, Lagos State 08098189744 07062883982
  3. Dandy Best International   39C ,Gods Own Zone City, Biscuit Road, Ugwagba, Obosi, Idemili North, Anambra, Nigeria 08063680818 08112148739
  4. Penlizinspirations Limited 7/1 ,Adeola Adeoye Street, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria 07060414372 08034236011
  5. Jekwu Global And Auto Ventures  Shop S1 ,Gudu District Market, Asokoro, Abuja, Nigeri 08091144473 08055589171
  6. Chibyke Investment Limited 5 ,Akabuogu Street, Onitsha South, Anambra, Nigeria 08138165115 07031636334
  7. Emmy Best Enterprises Beside Texaco Filling Station After Police Barracks, Gusau, Zamfara, Nigeria          08134801544 09035942969
  8. Paulo De Sanctus Nigeria  Shop 27, 17 ,Bridge Of Hope Block, Aguiyi Ironsi International Trade Center, Ladipo, Mushin, Lagos, Nigeria 08087104562
  9. Jekwu Global And Auto Venture Shop S1 ,Gudu District Market, Asokoro, Abuja, Nigeria 08091144473  08055589171
  10. Windshield Crack Repair Total Filling Staion, Kaduna North, Kaduna, Nigeria 08050440408 08099331143
  11. Hyundai Motors Plot 1114, Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria    0805 555 0422   0803 319 8007
  12. KGRK Enterprises  2 ,Oba Oyedele Akinyele Avenue, Sagamu, Sagamu, Ogun, Nigeria  08080366674  09025198208
  13. Ezechuddy Nigeria Limited 25 ,25B, Ojo Alaba Road, Alaba, Ojo, Ojo, Lagos, Nigeria 0909990346
  14. Softech Spare Parts 4 ,Nbube Road, Ogoja, Ogoja, Cross River, Nigeria 08064289277 08087103614
  15. Elotech Resources Nigeria Limited 48, Aba Road, Obio-Akpor, Rivers, Nigeria 08167344846 08175858389
  16. Mandilas Nigeria Limited, 35 Simpson Street, Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria 0802 707 5618  0816 387 6432   0803 327 9120
  17. Stallion Motors Limited 179, Kofo Abayomi Street, Victoria Island, Lagos 0803 422 6173  0802 717 3925
  18. Emmy Japanese-Benz Automobile Limited Keffi Roundabout, Keffi, Keffi, Nasarawa, Nigeria 08065936877  08027566753
  19. Jahmech Development Company Plot 1121, Cad. B18, Sector Centre D, Oladipo Diya Road, Gudu, Abuja      08037054340
  20. Mekstone Tyres Limited  56 ,Enuowa Street, Idumota, Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria  08122593766  08066710347



Posted by: | March 24, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 24
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Supermarkets in Nigeria

Supermarkets in Nigeria


READ – Greenaira have only  verified the phone numbers on the list below, use the list at your own discretion.  If you do require a specific service,  do get in touch. We might be able to provide additional information. If you wish to add your business, do get in touch. This is not a complete list, we will endeavor to update it regularly.

 Example of verified Business Listing  –   BUSINESS name,  Address  Location Phone number – VERIFIED

  1. Banex Store Banex Plaza, Plot 750,Aminu Kano Crescent, Wuse Zone 2, Abuja FCT Nigeria 0805 975 8310
  2. Beach Town No 1, Joseph Dosu Way, Off Badagry Round-About, Badagry, Lagos, Nigeria 0806 485 0371, 0809 663 8767
  3. Amarks Supermarkets Suite 4, NNPC Shopping Complex, Garki 2, Abuja FCT Nigeria 0803 587 0452
  4. Justrite Superstore Abule Egba Roundabout, Abule Egba, Alimosho, Lagos, Nigeria 0807 389 2943
  5. Agender Super Market Road 24, Agip Estate, Rumueme, Obio-Akpor, Rivers State 0803 065 2216
  6. AP Supermarket Plot 193, R.B.Dikko Street, Down Stair Ap Filling Station, Area 2, Garki, Abuja FCT Nigeria 0806 037 6067
  7. Twins Faja Supermarket 138, Abaranje Road, Ikotun, Alimosho, Lagos, Nigeria 0803 358 1338, 0803 309 8126
  8. Gift Super Market 32, Rumuola Road, Rumuola, Obio Akpor, Port Harcourt, Rivers State 0706 122 4602
  9. Barry Supermarkets Shop C2, Ekeson Plaza, Utako, Abuja FCT Nigeria 0803 317 5336, 0802 904 6025
  10. Neighborhood Super Market 751, Ikwere Road, Obio Akpor, Rivers State 0703 880 8021
  11. Blossoms Supermarket Suite 6, Landmark Plaza, Fort Ibb Way, Federal Housing, Maitama, Abuja. 0806 566 0619
  12. Avocado Supermarket 74, Aina Street, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria 0803 333 9625
  13. Vision Super Market 117, Obi Wali Road, Rumuola, Obio Akpor, Rivers State 0703 456 7086
  14. Chinaza Supermarket Suite 1, Block B, POWA Plaza, Nyanya, Abuja FCT 0803 658 4331
  15. Cherries Supermarket House 1, 203 Road ,2nd Avenue , Festac Town, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos, Nigeria 0819 158 0143, 0819 158 0216
  16. Omolabake Stores E82 ,Alpha Chris Shopping Complex, Ekoro Road, Ile Epo, Alimosho, Lagos, Nigeria 0805 543 8594
  17. Climax Supermarket Suite 4, 83 ,Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, ASG Shopping Complex, Wuse, Abuja FCT Nigeria 0803 786 0282
  18. Ebili Junior Supermarket & Stores 18 Olorunlogbon Street, Anthony, Lagos, Nigeria 0803 307 9056, 0802 627 4949
  19. Spingfield Supermarket 295, Ipaja Ayobo Road, Church Bus Stop, Alimosho, Lagos, Nigeria 0802 306 5774, 0806 026 3543
  20. Unto The Lord Ventures Shop SH9 ,Amuwo Odofin Center Rice Market, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos, Nigeria 0808 254 2550
  21. First Place Super Market Shop 17 ,Dansville Plaza, Apo, Abuja FCT Nigeria 0704 363 3844, 0809 845 9457
  22. Favour Supermarket 17, Adekoya Street, Ajeromi Ifelodun, Lagos, Nigeria 0803 242 1317
  23. Hearts Variety Shop Suite 36b, Banex Plaza, Aminu Kano Crescent, Wuse Zone 2, Abuja FCT Nigeria 0805 505 7602, 09 6715795
  24. Folksychris Nigeria Limited Supermarket 1A, Lawanson Road, Surulere, Lagos, Nigeria 0803 345 7825
  25. William Dokpesi Store Plot 105a Ajose Adeogun, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria 0802 780 8377
  26. Kamsy Supermarket Shop 9 ,Nandu Plaza, Ndola Crescent, Wuse Zone 5, Abuja FCT Nigeria 0802 326 1010
  27. Gabdola Supermarket 26, Odunlami Street, Shomolu, Lagos, Nigeria 0706 600 0731, 0802 889 8426
  28. Ronkem Supermarket 80, Mushin Road, Isolo, Mushin, Lagos, Nigeria 0803 081 4092, 0803 385 9118
  29. Liberty Supermarket Plot 21 ,Karo Jukwe Road, Karu, Abuja FCT Nigeria 0803 600 9944
  30. Goodies Supermarket 192, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria 0708 787 5045, 0709 870 0769
  31. Pay-Worth Supermart N Stores 20, Kodesoh Street, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria 0803 331 3390, 0709 811 2896
  32. Wine Shop Suite 132 Vetranse Plaza, Kubwa, Abuja FCT Nigeria 0809 314 7942, 0803 507 5445



Posted by: | March 12, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 12


A young but talented boy from Enugu state has constructed an aeroplane with locally sourced materials.

Although the mini airplane has no engine, it looks like a real jet and even can hold two or three passengers.



Despite their lack of material, training and money, these determined aviation-enthusiasts have managed to build their own machines.







Sulaiman Famro is a cheerful, 65 year old engineer, and a master of branding. He built the prototype “Farmking” three years ago and claims he can save the country $1 billion a year, just in savings on starch importation.

The Farmking is a one-stop processing plant for cluster and farm-site processing of root crops and grains. It has a diesel powered engine that allows for remote processing, with power out connections for lighting so that it can work all night, if needed.




Made in Nigeria Solar Powered car

Made in Nigeria Solar Powered car

Made in Nigeria Solar Powered car by Segun




Made in Nigeria water-powered generator (hydroelectric generator) in action, invented by Nsukka-born Emeka Nelson



Emeka poses near MGBANWE C12, a machine that turns non-biodegradable wastes like plastics, waterproof nylon, etc. into “petrol, kerosene, diesel and some other heavy oils and interlocking stones




A group of Mechanical Engineering students from the University of Lagos successfully developed a zero-emission automobile built to reduce global warming.






Jimoh Olayinka Agric Engineering Dept Lagos state University – Machine for de-feathering chicken automatically. Machine can de-feather more than one chicken at a time



Posted by: | March 3, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 3

Why you should Promote Your Business

Why you should Promote Your Business

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What good is it, if you have an excellent product and nobody knows about it? You have to go out there and tell the world, more specifically your target market. The truth of the matter, the Success of your business depends on the number of people you can reach that require your products or services.

You have spent 1 year or two building your products perfecting your service, let the world know you exist (actually let your target market know you exist). If your business solves a particular problem let people know about it.

The big global giants still spend millions on advertising year in year out. To remind people of their products and services.

Remember it is also a mind game. You have to keep reminding people, humans are easily forgetful


Some pointers below, why you should promote your business


i. Successfull advertising guarantees you money money returns. For every $10 or N1000 naira you spend, you get $20 or N2,0000 Naira returns.

ii. Think about it, the established global giants – Microsoft, Apple, Nike, Reebok, Samsung. Despite how popular
there are Globally, still spend millions every year in advertising. There is a good reason why.

iii. Advertising allows you to target your ideal customers

iv. Advertising amplifies whatever you doing.  It can make a small company appear big or massive and  successful. Take advantage.

v. Advertising turns you into a brand and a household name. Think search think google.  Think Phone, think Apple Iphone, Think burger think Mcdonald for Europeans, you get the gist.

vi. Advertising makes you appear credible, your longtime credibility depends on your business dealings with its customers/public.

vii. Advertising helps you reach new customers

viii. Advertising helps you maintain healthy relationship with your current clients. Repeat business is what makes your business stay alive.

ix. Advertising helps your existing and potential new customers know or become aware of your new products and services

x. Advertising is a way of reminding and reassuring your customers


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Posted by: | February 25, 2016

Posted on: 2016 February 25
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