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Posted by: | December 12, 2016

Posted on: 2016 December 12
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Top Products to export from nigeria

Top Products  to export from Nigeria
1. Ginger

2. Palm Kernel Oil
This is the oil extracted from the pulp of palm fruit which is different from palm oil. Palm Kernel Oil is used for the manufacturing of various cosmetics, pharmaceutical products and confectioneries. The uses of this oil is broad and the mineral contents are said to be rich in protein for various uses. Nigeria has it quantum and makes dollars exporting it to other countries of the world.

3. Textiles and Garments
This industry alone generates close to $32bn as revenue from export from Nigeria. It is also a fact that unlike other products that battles with high strict rules of tests, Nigeria’s textiles enjoy duty free passage into United States where it has the largest markets in the world because of its unique designs, ethnic African designs and quality.

4. Cocoa Butter
This is the real sources of chocolates of all types. The fruits of Cocoa is the end products of various skin care products, health products, and pharmaceutical products. The demands of Cocoa is very high in both America and UK and that is why cocoa farming is very essential on its own.

5. Gallstone
This is a clay-like solid substance gotten from gallbladder of matured cow and oxen. The size could be as big as chicken egg, it’s a hotcake for foreign pharmaceuticals because they use it for medical purposes. If one could lay his hand a good quantity of well dried gallstone about 100g that is well packaged, ready buyers are waiting for it at either Asian or American markets to give you dollars.

6. Rubber
Nigeria has put in place some proper Central Testing Laboratories to ensure that only certified products leave the country for Europe and America which are in dire needs of the product. Nigeria happens to be a significant producer of Rubber. A cubit meter of fine quality rubber goes for between $400 and $600 presently because of the instability of dollar rate in the market.

7. Sesame Seed
This may sound a bit strange if you are not from the area where it is produced in the country like Benue and Jigawa states in Nigeria. This product ranks second to cocoa in terms of export volumes and foreign exchange earnings. Nigeria is the 5th largest producer of this commodity and shipping it into foreign countries brings dollars exchange.

8. Honey
Pure honey is another export commodity from Nigeria to other countries. Presently, a kilogram of honey costs above $150 in the international markets. Pure natural honey contains well trace enzymes as sugar, mineral, vitamins and amino acids. A litre of honey can fetch good dollars in the foreign market.

9. Shrimps
The Niger Delta region in Nigeria is blessed with rich organic deposits of Shrimps. The demands of Shrimps is high in countries like Portugal, France, Belgium, Spain, Europe and USA.

10. Garlic
Garlic is a cash crop which is grown under irrigation by farmers in the Savanna areas in Nigeria. With internationally certified good quantities of garlic, you are sure of foreign hard currencies.

 

11. Yam Tubers
Nigeria is presently the highest producers of yam. In 2009 alone, yam export accounted for about US$450 million exchange. But due to low quality it’s saddening to know that the country is not maximizing its export potentials of this products. So there is need for prospective exporters of yam to foreign countries to adhere to quality regulations that is guarding the process. Yam farmers must take this into consideration and tap from this opportunity.

12. Charcoal
This is at the fore front in the international market. This product which is produced in good quantity in Nigeria with now perfected technology, has about 50% ROI.Even an individual can own a charcoal production outfit and have exporters shipping it for him. A large market for charcoal exists in ASIA, EU, and USA. A tone of this product goes for about $1000.

13. Cotton
This sector recently received a boost from the National Cotton Association of Nigeria (NACOTAN) of N33 million to rehabilitate it. Cotton is the most natural sources of fiber and is demanded internationally.

14. Cassava Flour
Already we know that Cassava is food for all in Nigeria because of various methods of preparing it. There is need for this in the foreign markets as the demands of well processed cassava flour is increasing both in Europe, Middle East and in America.

15. Cashew Nuts
Almost every part of the country has the potential to produce this international commodity. Great quantity of unprocessed raw cashew nuts are exported to India, Brazil and Vietnam where they are processed into kernels and moved to the Northern America and Europe where they are sold for about $2 per pound. The demands are on increase for the consuming countries.

16. Snail
If you can produce snails in good quantity, there is a ready market for you. Snails are hotcake in European Countries and America. The good thing about this is that it is very easy to rear as it produces rapidly with close to nothing in expenditures for feeding.

17. Chili Pepper
Nigeria is blessed with good weather which supports the proper growths and production of this internationally accepted pepper. If you can grow and source for the export opportunities, you are sure to get it.

18. Fruit Juice
It may sound somewhat strange to the hearing of many that Nigeria provide export opportunity for fruit juice concentrates. Yes, we have it because Nigeria can boast of so many naturally grown fruits all over the country which provides the best of fruit juice productions of great quantities. The opportunity for Nigerian fruits export is huge in USA.

19. Poultry
Forget about the facts that some greedy Nigerians go about smuggling chicken into the country. When we talk about poultry, it involves all domestic birds, egg or meat.

Nigeria poultry farm products are still highly needed both within Africa and Western countries because Nigerian weather conditions for poultry farming still remains the best compared to other countries. Poultry products export from Nigeria is an avenue that is still highly untapped.

20. Cosmetics and Soap
Nigeria has grown in this very important area but the only challenge that is holding us back is procurement of good technology to produce this in great quantity to compete favorably with other developed countries.

Soap making, which extends to other toiletries, laundries and so on are already export opportunity waiting to be invested heavily in.

 

21. Cotton

Cotton is the most important natural fiber of the 20th century. The efforts of the Federal Government of Nigeria towards the development of the nation’s cotton sector received a boost recently, as the National Cotton Association of Nigeria (NACOTAN) got a lifeline of N33 million to enable the sector bounce back to life.

22. Snail
Nigerian snails are in high demands in America and Europeans Countries. The only thing the snails may constantly demand from you is your attention and care but they hardly fall sick.

You don’t have to buy their food and you may not have to spend much to create an abode for them. The beauty of it all is that the snails reproduce rapidly. They are capable of producing hundreds of eggs, which hatch into snails. It is now possible to produce 1,000,000 snails worth more than N5 million twice a year.

23. Leather and Footwear
Presently the world footwear and leather products sector is moving from high-cost industrialized countries to developing countries and many developing countries (Nigeria inclusive) have strong potentials in this sector regarding raw material and human resources, but have mainly remained suppliers of raw and semi-finished products.

The raw materials for leather and its products are mainly from livestock, and Nigeria is endowed with the third largest livestock population in Africa. Raw materials availability has been acknowledged as a basic comparative advantage towards the export of leather and leather products.

24.

MINERALS FROM NIGERIA

Cassaiterite
Columbite
Gelena
Gold
Iron-ore”
Ilemmite
Lead-Zinc
Manganese
Moleybdenite
Asbestos
Limestone
Coal
Lignite
Emerald
Aquamarine
Ruby
Sapphire
Granite
Marble

 

 

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Posted by: | November 20, 2016

Posted on: 2016 November 20
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How Productive are you

Do you have big or small goals?

Have you achieved your goals you set out  this year, this month?  It is time to evaluate. How productive or effective you been at working towards your goal, lets find out together

Have you been using your Time, Energy  and Other resources effectively at pursuing your goals or dreams?

There are few parameters you can use  to rate your self  over a certain period of time to check if you have been  productive or not. Some are outline below.

 

i. How is your Work life balance

ii.   Are you consistent 

iii. Are you easily distracted

iv. Are you jack of all trade and master of none

v. Procrastinator

vi. Do you evaluate your working Techniques

vii. Use Productive Tools – Automate repetitive task

viii. Measure your daily or weekly output

ix. Are you  messy, mess creates stress

x.  Are you Bold, confidence. This gives  energy

xi. Scared to fail or make mistake

xii. Worry what others will say

xiii.  Do you map out a plan?

xiv. Do you rest a enough, rest gives you a clear mind

xv.  Identify your time stealers, what takes your time that are not productive.

xvi. Form good habits

xvii. Are you Focus

xviii. Healthy?sick mind cant be productive

xviv. Do you exercise, helps  you de – stress and keeps you active/energetic

 

The list will be updated again shortly.

 

 

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Posted by: | April 22, 2016

Posted on: 2016 April 22
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Naija Inventors

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.

nigeria-inventor-one

nigeria-inventor-one

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

 

nigeria-inventors-two

nigeria-inventors-two

nigeria-inventor-two

nigeria-inventor-two

 

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.

nigeria-inventor-three

nigeria-inventor-three

 

Made in Nigeria Solar Powered car

Made in Nigeria Solar Powered car

Made in Nigeria Solar Powered car by Segun

 

nigeriagenerator

nigeriagenerator

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

nigeriabiodegradeablewaste

nigeriabiodegradeablewaste

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

 

electriccarnigeria

electriccarnigeria

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

 

machinedefeatheringchicken

machinedefeatheringchicken

defetheringchickenmachine

defetheringchickenmachine

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

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Posted by: | April 15, 2016

Posted on: 2016 April 15
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UNCLE KAY CHOSE ‘KUNU’ OVER BREAST MILK. NOW, HE REGRETS IT!!!

An Adventure of Uncle Kay (Part One)

It was in Makurdi immediately after my service year. I was foodstuff seller; buying from the North and selling in Lagos and Ibadan. On one of my trips, I decided to buy from Lafia and environs because a friend who lived and worked in Makurdi advised I could get good quality grains at competitive prices in that region.

So, off to Makurdi I went. Aside from being on business, I also wanted to stay there for a few days. For a southerner Makurdi was terribly hot for me. As a result, my friend got me entertained with the local drink – Kunu. He buys every morning and put in the freezer before leaving for work. Within two days, I fell passionately in love with Kunu. The four litre keg that we bought the last two days became grossly inadequate for me.

 

By the third day, my friend decided to contract the supplier to bring whatever quantity I ask for daily. This went on for another three days. I soon became friendly with the 30-something year old woman seller.

On the fourth day of her retainership, she came to deliver Kunu as arranged. Only that on this day, she decided to deliver more than Kunu. Unlike the previous days when she would stand by the door, this day, she came into the living room as the door was not locked. I was in the shower, but rushed out (in towels) to know who the intruder was. Lo and behold, it was my supplier. Infact, she was already moving towards the direction of the bathroom where the noise was coming from!!!

To cut the long story short…(you can guess the rest of what happened)!

Okay Okay – you don’t want to guess. Okay I will tell you….

Unlike the previous days, she insisted on collecting her keg. So I implored her to wait for me to finish my bath and she agreed. I soon got dressed in shorts and t-shirt. I went into the kitchen to empty the keg of ‘kunu’ into containers. She offered to help and I obliged.

As she bent down to pour the drink, her wrapper opened and behold, she was wearing no bra! We looked at each other and there was no iota of embarrassment in her. (I was embarrassed – I was an Altar boy for most of my youth you know).

Then, I assured myself its okay to take it further. I grabbed hold of one of her boobs and put it in my mouth. I sucked like a ravenous pig. To my shock, horror and amazement, milk flowed into my mouth! I was aghast!

I had no experience of such, neither have I ever heard that its okay for an adult to suck breast. I immediately split it out.

To my embarrassment, she asked “what’s wrong?”

I replied “there is milk coming out!”

And she said “Don’t you like it”? “Have you never had it before?”

I said “NO” vehemently.

Then I asked “are you a nursing mother?”

“Yes” looking at me as if I was an embarrassment.

My mind went into a panic. I was afraid. All the passion welling up in me dissipated immediately.

You see, running around with another man’s wife wasn’t my idea of a trip to Benue. I have heard somewhere in the past that ‘Agatu’ (the general name we Yorubas call people from that region) are hard men who more than most do not play with their wives.

Noticing my jittery state, lady Kunu supplier said “What kind of a village man are you? You’re the first man I know who refused breast milk. But I thought Lagos men are exposed to such things?”

Fast forward to today in 2016, Uncle Kay is a 50-something year old man who now deeply regrets missing out on such opportunity. He now says, he would grab such opportunity with both hands if it were to be offered.

What do you think? Do you think Uncle Kay was a good man? What do you think is responsible for his change of views?

Credit: VIFA

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Posted by: | April 6, 2016

Posted on: 2016 April 6
nigeria-inventions

NIGERIAN INVENTORS

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.

nigeria-inventor-one

nigeria-inventor-one

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

 

nigeria-inventors-two

nigeria-inventors-two

nigeria-inventor-two

nigeria-inventor-two

 

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.

nigeria-inventor-three

nigeria-inventor-three

 

Made in Nigeria Solar Powered car

Made in Nigeria Solar Powered car

Made in Nigeria Solar Powered car by Segun

 

nigeriagenerator

nigeriagenerator

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

nigeriabiodegradeablewaste

nigeriabiodegradeablewaste

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

 

electriccarnigeria

electriccarnigeria

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

 

machinedefeatheringchicken

machinedefeatheringchicken

defetheringchickenmachine

defetheringchickenmachine

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

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Posted by: | March 3, 2016

Posted on: 2016 March 3
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The Mistake of the African Nation

The Mistake of the African Nation

 

You’ve got to read this Excerpts from an interview with a Jewish leader about Blacks.
INTERVIEWER:
Why are blacks so behind Economically?
JEWISH LEADER:
The only thing blacks understand is Consumption. Blacks don’t understand the importance of creating and building wealth.
The fundamental rule is to keep your money within your racial group. We the Jews build Jewish business, hire Jewish, buy Jewish and spend Jewish. There is nothing wrong with that but it is a basic rule blacks cannot comprehend and follow; “He kills his fellow blacks daily instead of wanting to see his fellow black do succeed” 93% of blacks killed in America are by other blacks.
Their leaders steal from their people and send the money back to their colonial master from whom they borrow the same money from.
Every successful black want to spend his money in the country of his colonial masters. They go on holiday abroad, buy houses abroad, school abroad, go for medical treatment abroad etc instead of spending this money in their own country to benefit their people.
Statistics show that the Jew’s money exchanges hands 18 times before leaving his community while for blacks it is probably a maximum of once or even zero.
Only 6% of black money goes back into their community. This is why Jews are at the top and blacks are at the bottom of every ladder of society.
Instead of buying Louis Vuitton, Hermes, expensive cars, shoes, houses, dresses etc, blacks could industralize Africa, build banks and get rid of colonial institutions by putting them out of business.
INTERVIEWER:
What is your thought on failure of blacks after 150yrs?
JEWISH LEADER:
Well, nothing is ever the blackman’s fault. His compulsive habit of killing his own, compulsive material consumption. His inability to build businesses or preserve wealth are usually somebody else’s fault.
INTERVIEWER:
So what can blacks do to liberate themselves
JEWISH LEADER: Blacks must take responsibility. Blacks must unite. And vehemently fight corrupt leaders who run down their country and run to IMF as though IMF is Father Christmas.

Pls. forward this until it goes round the continent of Africa & particularly to our parasitic leaders.
We all need to learn our lessons quick and build our Nation.

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Posted by: | January 28, 2016

Posted on: 2016 January 28
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Greenaira wishes you all a Happy New Year!

As we approach 2016, Greenaira thanks all his loyal customers and wishes all Nigerians a Happy New Year!.

Lets leave all the disappointment   of 2015 behind, lets look forward to bigger and better year in 2016.

Greenaira Team.

 

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Posted by: | December 31, 2015

Posted on: 2015 December 31
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