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General Discussion / Are You Still Broke? This Might Solve All Your Problem!
« Last post by caretrust on December 07, 2016, 03:39:18 AM »
MMM is a global mutual aid community. MMM is social financial donation exchange network. MMM is a million n million community of people who have agreed to willingly extend financial helping hands to each other via donation.


MMM is not a bank, An investment opportunity, a busines but simply a community of people helping each other financially
Mmm has no central pocket were money is been deposited.. Transactions are done peer to peer

MMM runned by d community ie. Me n you.. We just have a technical program that regulates what we do n what we can’t do.. The technical system controls how much we can ask as help or withdraw n how much we can provide as help or deposit

How does it Work

You know about the popular word ‘Contribution’ where people contribute money to one person and there’s a book where everyone’s name is written. When it gets to your turn; everybody’s money is given to you….

In MMM, we make pledges to donate our SPARE money to members who need the money. We do so by logging into our MMM account (Personal office) to make the pledge. We join the queue of people who made pledges after making the pledge.

We ONLY make pledges. We don’t gather our pledges to give to one person. In MMM there is no CENTRAL ACCOUNT (No bank account where all our pledges are paid into). Members transfer money directly to each other.

Now, if a member in the community who has already made a pledge to provide financial help to another member and has fulfilled his pledge now needs help, he does that by logging into his MMM account (Personal Office) to say so.
The system, connects him with the person in the queue for providing help. If it’s your turn on the queue to provide help; when you log into your Personal Office, you will receive the details of the person to provide financial help to.

As soon as you pay the money directly into the person’s bank account who needs that financial help and that person acknowledges he has received the money, you are now qualified to receive help.


Oil gained nearly 15% this week to close at $54, one of its biggest weekly rallies since 2009. Price broke a key resistance level of $53.73 to begin a new uptrend after oil ministers confirmed that OPEC has reached a deal to tackle oil glut.

Some of the factors driving crude oil price:

OPEC-Russia deal to cut output by 1.5 million barrel per day (with Russian restricting her daily quota by 300,000 per barrel by next year). Oil jumped by 9% after the announcement on Wednesday.
The recent decision by the President-elect Donald Trump team to examine the proposal on a new non-nuclear sanction on Iran could send oil price to an another key level.

Read full analysis here:
Oil & Gas Industry / Lagos State Becomes the 5th Largest Economy in Africa
« Last post by ndubest on December 02, 2016, 11:00:21 AM »
Lagos State has emerged as the fifth largest economy in Africa, consequent upon which, Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, disclosed that his administration is in the process of setting up an Economic Management Team, EMT, comprising distinguished individuals from the private sector and the public sector to manage the economy efficiently.

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode has expressed delight at the emergence of Lagos as the fifth largest economy in Africa, just as he said his administration is in the process of setting up an Economic Management Team comprised of distinguished individuals from the private sector and the public sector to manage and scale up the successes recorded in that direction.

Governor Ambode, who spoke at the Lagos House in Ikeja when he received a delegation from the Nigerian-British Chamber of Commerce on courtesy visit, said the emergence of Lagos was very instructive, adding that government would explore synergy with private sector with the view to catapult Lagos into a true global city-state in the true sense of the word.

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Oil & Gas / European Oil Firms to Benefit from Donald Trump’s Victory
« Last post by ndubest on December 02, 2016, 10:54:27 AM »
Donald Trump’s victory in the United States Presidential Election will likely be good for European oil and gas firms that operate in U.S. Media reaction across the Atlantic, the industry itself has began a wake up call for the President Elect to define a clear energy policy.

European press reaction to Trump’s election was broadly positive when it comes to prospects for the oil and gas industry. London’s Evening Standard newspaper said that oil companies will be on the edge as a result of the news. It suggested that UK energy company BP plc could potentially strengthen ties in the United States and pointed out that that service companies such as Wood Group and Weir will be helped by a Trump presidency.

A few hours before Trump was officially declared the winner, Spanish news service said his victory could, benefit Spain’s Repsol S.A. – which has operations in Alaska – as there will be increased support for traditional energy companies.

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African women are blessed with beauty, curves and brains. There is no denying that God took special time in carving this beautiful women that will make any man miss spell his name.

When 2 Baba sang the song “African Queen,” he must have been referring to the beautiful, dark skinned women who are sometimes painted as fat and ugly by foreign media. Clearly that is a lie. African women are generally gorgeous, attractive, blessed with beauty and brains. No one with eyes will see these ones and not bless God almighty for such amazing creation!

Here are 9 beautiful women who truly define African beauty.

1. Figure 8 in purple and white.

2. Body of a goddess.

3. Ekaete that can confuse oga.

4. Mama Africa

5. This one can make a man speak 40 languages at once.

6. Sister Caro, why so hot?

7. Baddest view from behind.

8. African queen.

9. Overload

News & Happenings / NCC Suspends Plan To Increase Data Price
« Last post by yungcrae on November 30, 2016, 06:26:54 PM »

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), has suspended its directive to telecommunication operators to increase the price of Data.

This is coming shortly after the Senate had asked the NCC to stop the planned data price increase until all parties meet to resolve the outstanding issues.The National Assembly on Wednesday, directed its committee on communication to meet with the service providers and get back to them.

The NCC had mandated the five big telecommunication operators in the country, to increase their data tariffs beginning from Thursday, December 1, 2016.

In a statement by the commission’s Public Affairs Director, Tony Ojobo, stated that:

“The decision to suspend this directive was taken after due consultation with industry stakeholders and the general complaints by Consumers across the country.

“The Commission has weighed all of this and consequently asked all operators to maintain the status quo until the conclusion of study to determine retail prices for broadband and data services in Nigeria.

According to him, “the decision to have a price floor was primarily to promote a level playing field for all operators in the industry, encourage small operators and new entrants.“The price floor in 2014 was N3.11k/MB but was removed in 2015. The price floor that was supposed to flag off on December 1, 2016 was N0.90k/MB.

“In taking that decision, the smaller operators were exempted from the new price regime, by virtue of their small market share.

“The decision on the price floor was taken in order to protect the consumers who are at the receiving end and save the smaller operators from predatory services that are likely to suffocate them and push them into extinction.

The statement therefore clarified that “the price floor is not an increase in price but a regulatory safeguard, put in place by the telecommunications regulator to check anti-competitive practices by dominant operators.

Furthermore, it cleared the air on the insinuation in some quarters that the regulator has fixed prices for data services.

“This is not true because the NCC does not fix prices but provides regulatory guidelines to protect the consumers, deepen investments and safeguard the industry from imminent collapse.

“Before the new suspended price floor of N0.90k/MB, the industry average for dominant operators including MTN Nigeria Communications Limited, EMTS Limited (Etisalat) and Airtel Nigeria Limited was N0.53k/MB.

“Etisalat offered (N0.94k/MB), Airtel (N0.52k/MB), MTN (N0.45k/MB) and Globacom (N0.21k/MB).

The smaller operators/ new entrants charge the following: Smile Communications N0.84k/MB, Spectranet N0.58k /MB and NATCOMS (NTEL) N0.72k/MB.

“The NCC as a responsive agency of government takes into consideration the feelings of the consumers and so decided to suspend the new price floor,” the statement read.

The suspension of the directive, has indeed allayed the fears of many Nigerians, who already anticipated the move from Thursday, in the face of an already harsh economic situation.

General Discussion / Most Profitable Online Business You Can Start Immediately
« Last post by caretrust on November 30, 2016, 05:52:35 PM »
Is Online Business Profitable?

Online business can be profitable only if you have Good And Profitable Online Business Ideas that people would love. I’ve been researching about Online Businesses for quite some time. In this article, I am going to share with you Best Online Business Ideas based on my research. These ideas will greatly help you build your online business.

Of course, where there is an opportunity there is competition too. So make sure you do your own research about the business, including financial and competition analysis before jumping on the wagon.

General Discussion / We are treated as foreigners in our country – IDPs
« Last post by yungcrae on November 26, 2016, 06:25:14 PM »

Internally Displaced Persons in Bauchi State have lamented that they have been rejected, abandoned and are being treated as refugees in their own country.

The Chairman, IDPs in Bauchi State, Buba Shehu, stated this during an interactive session with the Security, Stability and Peace Building sub-committee of the Lt.-Gen. Theophilus Danjuma-led Presidential Committee on the North-East Initiative.The sub-committee, led by its chairman, Brig. Gen. Habila Vitenaba, was in Bauchi for an on-the-spot assessment and to have an interaction with the IDPs, the government and people of the state.

Shehu, who spoke on behalf of all the IDPs in the state, regretted situations whereby food sent to them by the government were diverted by middlemen.

He called on the government to urgently come to their aid, noting that they lack access to basic social amenities like water, health care, education and many others.

He said, “Even when food is sent to us by the government, we don’t get them and for the little that gets to us, they will put us together with the physically challenged. Is there any physically challenged person more than the IDPs? Please, tell the President that we are really suffering and that next time any aid will be sent to us, it should be sent directly to us with no middlemen involved because these things are diverted.

“Is it because we fled our homes that we are treated as if we are refugees and not citizens of our own country? This is not fair and it is not right.”

He said their properties were being thrown out because they could not pay their rent anymore.

“Since you (the sub-committee) are here for us, we will have to speak out our minds and tell you our problems. Our children cannot go to school because we can’t pay their school fees. We cannot pay our rents anymore and our landlords have been throwing us out of their houses.

“Our children are jobless with nothing to do. Some of us only manage to cut and sell firewood and even this cannot meet our daily needs. Please tell the President to come to our rescue because we have been abandoned.

Responding, the chairman of the sub-committee, Brig. Gen. Habila Vitanaba, promised that their plights were noted and would be presented to the chairman of the committee for submission to the President.

General Discussion / Special wheelchairs invented for Africans
« Last post by yungcrae on November 26, 2016, 06:06:36 PM »

In a bid to provide a more resilient mode of transportation for wheelchair users in Africa, a British inventor has designed the world’s first all-terrain wheelchair.

23-year-old Janna Deeble has invented the SafariSeat that can handle rough terrains such as jungle or desert.

Deeble felt the need for this after suffering an accident which left him wheelchair-bound for months.

Janna grew up in Kenya and was able to see the challenges experienced my Africans who try to navigate through rough areas with the standard wheelchairs. He decided to help by creating a special wheelchair out of bicycle parts. The wheelchair has four wheels and it is capable of traveling through rough terrains.Janna needs as high as £50,000 to achieve his dream of making more of this for Africans. He has been able to get close to achieving this goal through the use of a crowd-funding website.

The SafariSeat is created in such a way that it is easy to maintain and fix since it uses common parts that can be found anywhere in the world.

Certainly, something that can be very useful. What do you think?

General Discussion / SHOCKING! “Prayers to end Recession Useless” -Fashola
« Last post by yungcrae on November 26, 2016, 05:48:13 PM »

The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, SAN, has stressed the need for Nigeria to develop its own plan capable of effectively addressing the current economic downturn.

Fashola, who spoke while delivering a lecture on “Freedom from Fear, Choices before the New Generation” to mark the 42nd convocation of the University of Benin, Edo State, said that Nigerians must overcome their fears and use their natural resources to create solutions and improve their lives.While addressing the graduating students, he said, “We will not pray our way out of recession; we will plan and produce our way back to prosperity and out of recession and you are the freshest, youngest and most energetic workforce we will have to work with.

“You are the new batteries to power the engine of growth of our country. Your choices must be clear, free from fear, not reckless but driven by analytical thought, questioning and probing and ultimately determined by convictions.”

According to him, young Nigerians must, like their counterparts in developed countries, free their minds from fear, rather than depend solely on spiritual answers to the problems.

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