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Your business planning begins with an idea and that is one of the things we know how to give best on this site – ideas and plenty of them. Are you thinking about starting a business in Nigeria but don’t know where to start from or which business to invest your money into to make profit? Here are top 20 most lucrative businesses in Nigeria you can invest your money into and be sure of making millions back in no time.

This list of business ideas in Nigeria is made up of authentic business ideas, not just some randomly selected junk businesses, they are time tested, carefully selected, high performing businesses you can stake your hard earned capital on and be sure of making profit. These businesses are up to date and relevant in 2016 and beyond. But before we proceed, I want us to look at some of the vital reasons you must start a business in Nigeria today.

Why You Must Start A Business In Nigeria Now

The reasons why Nigerians are fleeing their own land that is flowing with milk and honey to scavenge in another lands that does not have half of the opportunities we have here is simply difficult to explain. Why would Nigerians leave the massive business opportunities in their land and choose to travel far and wide to slave, leaving the wealth back home for South Africans, Lebanese, Indians, Chinese, even Egyptians to plunder?

Most of the current fastest growing businesses and companies in Nigeria are owned by the foreigners. We want the equation to change, go through the infograph below, see why Nigeria is the Africa’s testing ground for business and begin to take the opportunity.

Business In Nigeria Profile

Now that you are ready to go, click on any of the business ideas and further read the detail about the particular business of interest. And in case you need additional help, you can drop your question or comment under this article or any of the respective articles for further expatiation.

List Of Top 20 Most Lucrative Business In Nigeria

1. Agriculture 

This is the next revolutionary industry in Nigeria where millionaires are currently being made. Nigerians both home and oversea are beginning to wake up to the huge potentials in Agribusiness, a sector we have been neglecting over the years due to the discovery of oil. Now that the oil is drying up, people are beginning to look into other sectors of the economy to create wealth. Below are some of the farming in Nigeria that are serious making profit for people now:-

Poultry Farming – This business is making average Nigerians rich. It is so lucrative that even outsiders are coming in to invest in poultry farming the business in Nigeria. And why not, In a country of more than 150 million people, what would you expect? If you start with 1,000 birds and manage your poultry farm properly, when the turnover on investment begins to come, you will be making millions annually.

Cassava Production – People are beginning to turn their attention to this aspect of farming in Nigeria that have been neglected for years. Cassava derived foods are some of the most consumed in Nigeria. If you can invest in cultivating 50 – 100 Acre in a fertile area like Ondo State, your harvest will be great.

Snail Rearing – Snail farming is one of the choice Animal farming for many reasons. It is a low capital investment with high yield and the market is big. There are few people currently doing this – and most of them are doing it in a very low scale. If someone invest heavily in Snail farming, he is sure to make good money in Millions within a year.

Rice Farming – Rice remains the most consumed food staple in Nigeria and Billions of dollars goes into importation of this product yearly from China and Thailand because the local farmer are unable to meet up the demand due to poor funding and limited knowledge. Anyone who have a million dollar to invest should get in touch and partner with me with 100% return. $1,000,000 = $2,000,000 guaranteed.

2. Sale of Furniture

Buying and selling of Locally make furniture is a goldmine. You don’t need to be a carpenter to do this, just arrange for regular supply from reliable Carpenters while you display and sale in your showroom. It is a very big business in Nigeria as only few can afford the imported designers.

3. Making of Fruit Juice

Nigerians drink fruit juice more than any other people. That’s why companies like La Carcella and Chivita who came into the country as nobody are today making billions of naira annually. This business in capital intensive but if you can afford it, it’s well worth it.

4. Pure Water Production

You know how popular this is in Nigeria and how many that are dispensed daily. Though this business is capital intensive but well worth investing into, especially if you can manage it properly with professionalism.

5. Oil and Gas Business

We are blessed and cursed with huge deposit of oil in our land which presents some of the finest business opportunity for Nigerians and Foreigners. Owning a Petrol Filling Station, Supplying of Diesel, and Distribution of Kerosene are some the areas you can invest easily and make good money for yourself. Petroleum product marketing have been making millions for people and creating millionaires in Nigeria for years.

SEE ALSO: How To Become A Player In The Nigerian Oil And Gas Sector

6. Haulage Services

The cost of taking a truck from one place to the other in Nigeria is between N20,000 to N200,000 per trip. Due to poor rail transport system, most of the Nigerian goods are transported through the road, making haulage business in Nigeria a viable one. Petroleum products haulage and movement of goods from manufacturers and importers are the aspect of haulage in Nigeria that is very lucrative now.

7. Hotel Business

This is probably the coolest money making opportunity in Nigeria. Invest in small scale hotel of just 10 suites and watch as the money flows in. This has nothing to do with tourism boom of any kind; there is just something in Nigerians system that make this business very lucrative – Nigerians are jolly people!

8. Fast Food Eatery

Eatery business is another goldmine though poor management can kill it death! If you wish to go into this business, be sure to get everything right and don’t forget it’s a bit capital intensive and requires good management skills. But if you get everything right, free money is yours.

9. Importation Of Tokunbo Spare Parts

If you are in USA, Germany, or Denmark, this business is especially good for you. Don’t just keep importing exotic cars, gather tokunbo spare parts in containers and ship it down to Nigeria. There is huge market for used (tokunbo) spare parts in Nigeria.

10. Investing in Property

Property appreciate everyday in Nigeria. Right now, Nigeria is one the countries in the world where landed property is most expensive. If you buy land now anywhere in Lagos, you are sure to make 100% profit within two years. You can buy and quickly resell and make profit. Or you buy keep and sell later.

11. Dry Cleaning

Professional dry cleaners at affordable prices are scarce in Nigeria. What we have are professional Dry Cleaners whose service fees are extremely high or mediocre dry cleaners who can never keep with time. Give them cloths today and meet it unwashed after one week. This business is a money maker if you balance it up.

12. Professional Car Wash

This business is good if you can set it up in a strategic location in a place like Lagos where there are good number of cars. You.

13. Sales Of Building Materials

The rate at which new houses are springing up in Nigeria, you get to wonder why many people still complain of housing problem. Investing in building material is a good business in Nigeria and I can count some guys who are making millions almost daily in this business.

14.Transport Business

What we have in this sector are transport companies that are badly managed by local chiefs and touts. Invest in this business with good management and you will be wondering what hits you with bags of money. See: How to start a taxi company in Nigeria

15. Nursery And Primary School

School business has no rival among it’s mate. My little kids school fees take away close to a million naira per term just to learn ABC! School business in any level is a serious business in Nigeria that generate millions of naira.

16. Exporting Of Raw Materials

There is no better way to grow the economy than to exporting some of the raw materials that are abundant in the country.

SEE ALSO: How To Export Yam To USA And Europe And Make Dollars

17. Online Advertising Agency

As the Nigeria’s online presence keeps increasing, so is its advertisers. Thousands of businesses in Nigeria are taking their business online to leverage the massive community of Nigerian internet users and market their products. This influx has created another business opportunity in Nigeria for savvy digital marketing experts. You too can setup your own online advertising agency in Nigeria today and make millions.

18. Fashion Business

Nigerian people are probably some of the trendiest people in the world. Fashion designers are becoming millionaires on daily basis in Nigeria, thanks to the  revolution in the Nigerian fashion business orchestrated by the boom in the entertainment industry in Nigeria.

19. Media And Show Biz

You and knows Nigeria is the capital of entertainment in Africa? You also knows Nigeria is the highest consumers of media content in Africa? Now you can see how viable and lucrative media and show biz can be in Nigeria.

20. Investing In Internet Companies

This is a new crop of powerful investment opportunity that is creating Billionaires around the world including Nigeria. Its simple! You don’t have to be a Tech person, all you need is to look for a creative online tech startup with good ideas and invest into. Within 1 to 2 years you will be counting your profits in millions.

Our number one goal has been to share business ideas freely and encourage fellow Nigerians to start business of their own. This investment plan is designed for those who know how to take advantage of opportunity. Instead of letting the money sit in the bank for nothing, we can help you make 100% profit on your money.

Extra: Used Items Sells Well In Nigeria

Tokunbo market in Nigeria is very big and many people prefer to buy used items that are high quality than buy fakes.The cost of buying and importing used cloths is low compared to the prices in the market here in Nigeria, guaranteeing good turn over on investment.

The most important thing is that you do something with your money instead of keeping it in the bank where the bank will use it for business and give you little or nothing.

Take enough time to browse around this website, you will see hundreds of other lucrative business in Nigeria to invest your money into. Thousands of Nigerians both home and abroad are now reaping the rewards of investing in their own country through the information they found on WealthResult.com. You too can!

START BY READING: How To Start A Business – Complete Guide And Checklist

Now that you’ve gone through these businesses, let’s have a discussion, drop your comment below and follow the conversation.

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161 Comments

  • Anonymous September 11, 2013

    I really appreciate your effort. It encourages guys to invest money than to waste it. Please kindly guide me with details on how to start nail and barbe wire manufacturing there in Nigeria. All the requirements, step by step processes in production and marketing. I am happy hearing from you soon.

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    • Darlinton Omeh September 19, 2013

      I will write full post about this very soon. Just keep visiting and subscribe to our email update so we could notify you each time we publish new business opportunity

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      • mark May 27, 2016

        what i am seeing here is millions to invest but what of people that have thousaire, does it mean that no lucrative business to start from thousands??

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    • Seun Falola October 2, 2013

      Good job…

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  • Anonymous September 19, 2013

    This a wonderful list of businesses, can I have your personal contact i would like to talk business with you

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    • Darlinton Omeh September 19, 2013

      Well, if it's so important I can be reached on admin[at]palness.com

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      • MrBest March 13, 2016

        I would to connect with you via Facebook or whatsapp.
        There’s a great potential in you, and I’d like to have certain discussion and probably contract with you.

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  • Anonymous September 19, 2013

    Thanks for this insightful post.pls do you know how one could start nursery and primary school in nigeria

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    • UZo Agu January 2, 2014

      Well i can help you on that one but we should talk

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    • Darlinton Omeh July 5, 2014

      There is article on this website that explained How to start Nursery and Primary School Nigeria. Just browse around, you will see it or use the search box.

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  • Nana September 20, 2013

    Thank you pls what about chin chin making is it lucrative?? can u tell us hw to go about it

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    • Darlinton Omeh July 5, 2014

      Chin Chin is a very popular snack in Nigeria and people have been in the business for a long time but, the problem is that most of them do it small scale. If you can take it more serious and take it to the next level, I can assure you that it's profitable. Thank you!

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  • Anonymous September 20, 2013

    GREETINGS! PLS DO YOU HAVE ANY INFO ON HOW TO GET LEASED LAND FOR FARMING?

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  • Anonymous September 20, 2013

    AGAIN,WHAT DO YOU ADVICE SOMEONE WHO WANTS TO START FARMING BY THIS PERIOD OF THE YEAR BETWEEN OCT AND DEC?

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    • Darlinton Omeh September 20, 2013

      Every crop has it's own season. Depending of the type of farming you wants to engage in

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  • Anonymous September 23, 2013

    Please it possible you write a post on rice farming, and how to go about starting a rice plantation including its logistics? Thanks

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    • Darlinton Omeh July 5, 2014

      Click on "Rice Farming" on this list of top 20 lucrative business in Nigeria and read the full details.

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  • Anonymous September 27, 2013

    Good stuff

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  • Ifiokobong Ibanga October 3, 2013

    This is a great insight. Also do not neglect doing business in the oil and gas sector. It's still under exploited. I have been writing on How to do business in the Nigerian Oil and gas industries for a while now.

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    • umah April 3, 2014

      so what are your findings considering that the industry is majorly monopolized by power brokers

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  • Anonymous October 8, 2013

    Thanks for your ideas.Am intrested in the internet business.Pls how do I go about it.

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  • Edwin okhamafe October 15, 2013

    I'm interested in d internet business, tell me wat 2 do

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  • Edwin okhamafe October 15, 2013

    I'm interested in d internet business, pls tell me wat 2 do

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    • Darlinton Omeh July 5, 2014

      Take enough time to learn how to do business on the internet. Depending on the type of internet business you wants to do, there are couple of articles on this site that teaches how.

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  • fola October 18, 2013

    May God bless you richly for creating such awareness. Please, how can I start snail farming in my backyard? I want to give it a shot.

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  • Oluwadare Sola October 26, 2013

    Thanks for this post, I'm currently into isp business but looking for other things to be fone with it fetch more income. We need to talk on ur online project u mentioned

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  • SunMic November 13, 2013

    This is a very great article. All the ideas here are still working…in Nigeria. I encourage anyone who is not lazy to pick any of the ideas stated above and He/She will not regret it.

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  • victor dike November 15, 2013

    Tnx for the writeup
    Very impressive.

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  • Idris Sule November 20, 2013

    Thanks for the insight into various lucrative business. Please can you expanciate on Haulage Services?
    I am planning on relocating back to Nigeria from UK. I worked all my life in the corporate world,but want to venture into business. What are the steps to take?
    Thanks in anticipation of your prompt response.

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    • Darlinton Omeh November 20, 2013

      I'll write full article on Haulage business in Nigeria in a matter of days now, keep checking. Meanwhile anyone who invests N5 million with us gets N500,000 monthly for two years.

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      • Anonymous January 25, 2014

        Thanks for all your business ideas, you are a blessing to the world especially for those who are passionate about achieving their purpose in life. Earning from their sweat and being a blessing to others. In regards to the Haulage Business, you mentioned about monthly return of N250,000 for two years. What will happen after that. Does that bring the contract to an end, or is there a lower return after the initial two years contract.Please specify. Lots of people are interested in making their money work for them ( investment) to be able to live a meaningful life. With a country of approx. 160 million and doing what is right in a legalised way, success is sure.
        I noticed you said you attended NIIT. This is a ministry for you as you are enlightening lots of people. It will be nice to consider further training in blogging as well, for those who are unable to make it now financially. We wish there are Charity organisations that can sponsor people with talent, but financially displaced. If people are comfortable, the better the peace of the country.
        In my days, going shopping at UTC, Kingsway, Leventis, Bhojsons, PZ and the rest , weren't a luxury. May God continue to empower you in all areas of life in Jesus Name Amen. Expecting your confirmation about the contract.

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        • Darlinton Omeh January 25, 2014

          Thank you for appreciating what we do here. About the investment with us, yes the contract terminates after two years. But you have the option to reinvest after two years. You can contact me for more details. Thank you!

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          • Anonymous March 7, 2014

            How can we contact you

          • Karlimah July 30, 2017

            Sorry Brother, kindly tell me what you know about Pig farming or Piggery business in Nigeria….Is it a business you can advice someone to go into or there is other business you can refer instead of that…thanks a lot

          • Darlinton Omeh July 30, 2017

            There are countless of business ideas we have written about on this website, including pig farming. Browse around, read as many ideas as you can, and make your choices. Ours is to suggest business ideas, it is your ultimate responsibility to decide which idea to implement. Thanks

      • Anonymous November 14, 2014

        As profit/interest or how?

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      • akorede January 24, 2016

        If i invest 200 thousand how much am i going to getnat the month

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        • Darlinton Omeh April 10, 2016

          Akorede, thank you for the interest but unfortunately I don’t accept N200,000. The minimum you can invest with us is N2million.

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      • IK Ezugwu April 29, 2016

        Hi Darlington.

        I am interested in the business you mentioned earlier i.e invest a minimum of 2 million naira and get a fixed return monthly.

        Can you please get in touch to explain further.

        I live in the UK and am looking to invest in Nigeria.

        Thanks

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        • Darlinton Omeh April 29, 2016

          Thank you IK, explanation has been provided on the investment page and more as we communicate through email. Regards

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      • sochimaolisah July 16, 2016

        Pls sir how can i getur contact

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    • Darlinton Omeh July 5, 2014

      Come to our office or do me a mail

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  • Becky Blu November 22, 2013

    i want to know steps in supplyin or sellin of buildin sand in nigeria, hw much ll cost to own a personal truck nd d procedure to d buisness in Nigeria

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  • Darlinton Omeh December 1, 2013

    Happy weekend everyone! I will soon be back to base

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  • foma badi December 2, 2013

    These are all wonderful businesses,and if you really have the desire to be rich,any of these businesses will take you there,guaranteed.But with hard work.

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  • Anonymous December 21, 2013

    GOod work. I'm interested in the INtERNET business. I'm based in abuJa. Pls give full details on participation.

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    • Darlinton Omeh December 23, 2013

      Click on "TRAINING" on our navigation bar to get the detail

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  • Anonymous January 22, 2014

    Kindly inform me when the 2014 internet business school would commence.

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  • Daniel Remi February 4, 2014

    This is the question that most people ask themselves every now and then. People wake up every morning with no inspiration, all they perceive is past glories and and a wicked fear for the future. Everyone has a potential or a value to present to the society, these potentials are in us for a purpose. We can't just fold our hands and watch as others make good names for themselves. There is nobody who can't be a celebrity or an icon in this society, all you have to do do is determine within yourself, fight all fears, be extremely confident and my friend, the sky will be a starting point.

    You may say "i don't have money, how can i achieve this or that?" My friend, not everyone was born with a silver spoon but it is your right to make sure you don't die a poor man. Everyone that is being celebrated today did not just make it in a day, there is a saying that "a drop of water makes a mighty ocean", start small and make it big. Don't envy anybody, be yourself and stand tall no matter what. You deserve to be celebrated!

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  • Anonymous February 6, 2014

    I'm deeply pleased to see a great forum like this. I have been living in the United States for few years now, and trust me, it has never occurred to me that the Nigerian market can be worth considering for investment of any type. But thank God for person like Darlinton (admin, if that's his name) for his great insight and wealth of information.

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  • Ifiokobong February 28, 2014

    Thank you Darlington, for this long list of lucrative business ideas. All these business are all feasible here in Nigeria. Really, anybody that do ay of them well will surely gain from it. Thank you for all your work. i will soon try and submit a guest post on your blog. Nice work you've done here. Keep the flag flying

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    • Darlinton Omeh March 1, 2014

      You are greatly welcomed Obong, looking forward to your guest post

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  • Anonymous March 18, 2014

    May be at this point you should advice people to venture into fish farming..

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  • Vivipedia March 29, 2014

    This is a very incisive work.

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  • kamoru April 14, 2014

    Thank you for great work you do, more power to your energy.

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  • Anonymous April 23, 2014

    Can you manage my mack truck for your business? if yes, send me your contact details.

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    • Darlinton Omeh July 5, 2014

      We are not managing trucks for now except if it's up to five. Who is currently managing it for you and why do you wants to withdraw it?

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  • queenlaz April 24, 2014

    wow.this is interesting and is good to get ideas on each of the biz I wil lik d internet or oil and gas but how much wil it cost.thanks

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  • queenlaz April 24, 2014

    great ideas on business.but on each of these what wil it cost to start.thankz

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  • Anonymous April 29, 2014

    you doing a great job please i would love to start the car wash business in lagos but i do not have a location or a land to start it up please can you help me or give me info on that.

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  • Uche May 8, 2014

    Something is missing in this equation. Factor in the cost of generating electricity and water supply because there is none, cost of security, and transportation then watch your profit evaporates. Tell me a place or state with steady electricity and water supply I will go there and invest.

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    • Darlinton Omeh July 5, 2014

      There is probably no company in Nigeria that use power more than telecoms and hotels. Yet, you still have big MTN, Etisalat and big hotels like Protia, Sharaton, and Intercontinental thriving in our land. Anyone can give any reason when he is not ready for business but those that are ready see thousands of reasons to move forward.

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    • Anonymous October 31, 2014

      UCHE.
      Am Abubakar Musa.If you are serious in investing in Nigeria,please come to Jebba Kwara State, power is constant 24hrs,if you come i will pay for your accomondation for 2 days

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  • chibuzor emmanuel May 9, 2014

    Hi, how much as capital is needed to start ghe poultry business

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  • chibuzor emmanuel May 9, 2014

    Hi, how much caoital ii needed to start a poultry business. . I really appreciate th e write up.

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2014

    pls wat bou hairdressing business,is it good enough?am 21yrs old on my I.T and i want to go into it.pls reply

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    • Darlinton Omeh June 12, 2014

      Yes, hairdressing business is good and has been big and will remain big. Women can't do without making their hairs you know! But make sure you learned the art of making hair first and be good at it before venturing into the business

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  • Anonymous May 11, 2014

    pls is hairdressing good enough.am 21yrs on I.T and i want to go into dat

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  • Muhammad Tofa June 8, 2014

    Hit me through my emails, I think I am interested in the Rice business.

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  • Anonymous June 12, 2014

    It's terribly that disspointing that we expect the author to go out there get all the little chunks of info, logistics and even feasibilty studies needed to start certain businesses. The idea on here is to create a spark hence u go out there and do the rest work. It's never so easy in the beginning and all the businesses are not risk free. That we should note.

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  • Anonymous June 24, 2014

    @op… Your articles are great… Keep the good work up pal!!

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  • Anonymous June 24, 2014

    Thanks for these great business ideas, I am presently in Germany , but coming to nigeria soon and I will be in lagos. My interest is in the sewing business , how lucrative you think this will be? Pls what advice can you give. I have experience with sewing of only women clothes. Thanks.

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    • Darlinton Omeh July 5, 2014

      I have only one thing to tell you: Any business worth doing is lucrative in Nigeria. We have big name designers already in Nigeria

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  • Sola Meghoma June 26, 2014

    How can I start oil and gas distribution

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    • Darlinton Omeh August 17, 2014

      It depends on two things: The amount you have at hand, and the knowledge you have about oil and gas. Maybe you can specify – which aspect of oil and gas do you want to venture into?

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      • Anonymous November 10, 2014

        On the oil and gas business, I intend buying truck to distribute fuel but I don't know how to get the offer. Do I have to go to filling stations to ask if I can bring fuel for them or do I go and buy fuel and then start looking for people who will buy it from.

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  • Anonymous July 3, 2014

    I want to thank God almighty very much for leading me to this site and also thank you for taking time to come up with these write up.You see, I am interested in poultry and snail farming for a start.Pls advice me on all I need to know for the business to move on well including logistics, Thanks and God bless you richly.

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    • Darlinton Omeh July 24, 2014

      Try and locate the poultry farming articles on this site, you can see one among the trending posts on the sidebar, it contains most of the advices you need. You can as well get the ebook. Thank you!

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  • Victoria Oluremi Akinsete August 1, 2014

    I am new on this site and quite happy to be here. please i need an advise on how to secure a loan and what it takes to start a creche around the mainland. Thanks.

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    • Darlinton Omeh August 1, 2014

      I have some articles here that talks about how to secure loans in Nigeria. The best and surest means is through your bank, or through micro finance banks. Opening up the doors to investors is nice too if you know how to truly manage investment.

      As regards the creches, Search for the article "How to start nursery and primary school in Nigeria, it will be of help to you. Thanks!

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  • Jerry Obukohwo August 1, 2014

    This is quite impressive.It is nice to see that we still have people like you among us. Please keep up the noble work. Should you come to London, I will be glad to meet with you in one of our numerous pubs. Cheers. Jerry Obukohwo

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  • Anonymous August 1, 2014

    inspiring business ideas, please keep up the great work

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  • Nadine Stojanoff August 10, 2014

    inspiring

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  • Nadine Stojanoff August 10, 2014

    This is inspiring and thanks for the good work. I would like to know what happen to my 5m invested if I chose to have my funds back within a period of 6 month,

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    • Darlinton Omeh August 10, 2014

      Yes, you can recall back your investment after six months by giving us one month notice. So if you need your money for other things after six months, just give us one month notice and we’ll make it available to you.

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  • JENNIFER August 19, 2014

    I need article on investment in internet. They are different types, can I know which of the articles you have written on.

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  • Anonymous August 22, 2014

    Pls i borrow and invest money on selling of computer accessories and nt really bringing profit in this my area, pls i nid Ʊя̅ advice on wht other thing to with this in assisting me in Ado Ekiti

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  • senegal August 31, 2014

    Hello
    I would like to start imorting Senegalese clothing (from senegal) to sell them in Nisgeria but specially in Lagos. Anyone has advise on where to show the clothes or anyone to introduce me to in order to sell the clothing.

    Thanks

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  • Adeloba September 15, 2014

    Am so happy I stumbled on this website..I have about N3m tho currently working but would want to start the frozen food business do u think this will be lucrative considering the fact that this business is capital Intensive

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  • Anonymous September 20, 2014

    How much will it cost to start up dried fish factory

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  • Anonymous September 21, 2014

    I am interested in d internet business pls like how much will I need to start d business nd wot nd wot do I need to start up d business thank u.

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  • adetola adele September 22, 2014

    Hello Mr. Darlinton Omeh, I have being following your blog for almost a year and half, and i have already invested in a business your blog thought me ( PURE WATER/ BOTTLE WATER) this has really took alot of funds.. My new plant is located at IKORODU LUCKY FIBER. i have all the machines, 3 sachet water machines, and 1 full automatic bottling machine, my nafdac is out both for Sachet and bottle, i have a 27kva power gen set diesel and also 8.8kva petrol… i have a white iveco truck 20ft… we have started production about 2 weeks now and i am having serious issue… 1 with my truck… its not serving as expected because its too big, and i plan to get a smaller one but the problem im having now is i am out of cash to get a smaller truck… and that is why i am posting this on here to see if there is anyone who could help with giving us a truck and also i dont mind heir purchase, i have not done it before so i dont know my way around it, i need advice, the iveco truck has being parked and water distribution has stopped… Please what should i do? i approached a bank and they told me i have to run the business for 3 month get an account with them before they can give out a loan… How can i run a business without trucks? The truth is the business is very lucrative, i have the records of sales since we started 2 weeks ago and every day the sales record keeps increasing… Please i need your advice any body who can help… i will really appreciate your advice and comment and if you are interested in helping i can take you to the factory, its at IKORODU. Thanks.

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    • Darlinton Omeh September 22, 2014

      Hi Adetola, it's nice to hear you are already in business but sad you have to stop momentarily. I think the best option in this regard is to approach a micro finance bank, there is one in Ikorodu garage called Jessefield micro finance bank, they can give you load within few days if you qualify. What you'll do is to used the IVECO as collateral, that will be enough to get you at-least one million from them. We pay our investor on monthly basis so we have to be prudent with money management to be able to generate enough revenue to meet up conveniently to our obligations to the investors

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  • adetola adele September 22, 2014

    Oh thank you so much Sir please what is there interest rate, and also how many months do they allow to make payment? How does it work? i like to have more idea Thank you Mr. Darlinton.

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    • Darlinton Omeh September 22, 2014

      The interest rate is about 4% though I'm not very sure about that. You decide the payment duration but must be within six months. Find time to approach them. Another that is very good too or even better than the former is ACCION also in Ikorodu guarage

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  • Anonymous September 24, 2014

    hmm am intrested in dis haulaging business….i want evri full detail of wat is needed on it for a start up….

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  • Anonymous September 28, 2014

    Good write-up may God bless you.
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  • Anonymous October 1, 2014

    Hi sir pls I really need ur email address I would like us too discus business.thankx and God bless

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    • Darlinton Omeh October 1, 2014

      Hello, Pls go to the "invest" page, you'll see my contact email there. The only discussion I'm willing to have is in relation to the investment. Thank you!

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      • Rhoda August 13, 2017

        Am interested in opening a bakery for bread u didn’t say anything about it is it a good bussiness and how much capital is required thanks

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  • Anonymous October 19, 2014

    . You wake up and do your research yourself.m surprised people are asking for amount to start a business

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  • Anonymous October 21, 2014

    Sir you have done a great job, but most of the business idea you shared here required a big capital, not only rich man must make more money. please come down to fresh graduate level. Which business can i start with just only 200,000 naira.

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  • Anonymous November 17, 2014

    I most thank u sir for this great job well done. I want to know what business one can do with 250,000 and how one Can go about it.

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  • Anonymous November 24, 2014

    Morning mr darlinton I read ur post on the 20 lucrative business,one can do,and am so please about it and I sincerely appreciate you and d good job u are doing,please I want your advice on how yu think I can invest 100k on snail business.pls can u help out.

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  • Anonymous November 28, 2014

    Dear Mr Darlinton thank you for this post its just what I have been looking for. I have been doing my research on okirika clothing. Can I export to nigeria from the UK or is it banned? Please help me out.

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  • odeco one December 24, 2014

    Sir I want to known how good is selling of mobile phone in nigeria. If it a good business to go in to in nigeria

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  • Anonymous December 27, 2014

    God bless you sir, am interested in investing with you but am based abroad what do I do.

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    • Darlinton Omeh December 27, 2014

      You can still do it. Contact me on Facebook lets have a chat there.

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  • Anonymous January 16, 2015

    Fear is my challenge

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    • Festus August 16, 2016

      Good day Mr Darlington,i read your article relating to investment in your company and the returns on the it,but not well understood.Can you please explain it more clearer to me for better understanding?I expect to hear from you soon. Thanks.

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  • biola omolayajo January 26, 2015

    This is a good site darlignton! I want to go into the sand business, I would like to know what it entails? if I need to join an association? what type of sand is good for what? for starters, is t better I rent trucks to save cost or I buy my own truck? because I am of the opinion that when u start small, you can garner the experience learnt on build on it.

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    • Darlinton Omeh January 26, 2015

      You may consider starting as a supplier and possibly expand with time. Suppliers generally don't buy trucks, what they do is after getting customers to supply, they go to the sand field, negotiate with truck drivers who load and deliver to the customer. The supplier collect money from her customer, pay the truck driver and walk with the profit. You can start with that.

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  • Anonymous February 10, 2015

    are u or do u hav anyone who is into agriculture business nd seeks funding or anyone with a startup business plan..there is huge fund waiting for u.

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  • Anonymous March 17, 2015

    The copyright infringement scared the shit out of me (lol). 200k dollars? Anyway, nice post. Just keep doing what you are doing, bro.

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  • Anonymous March 20, 2015

    Thank you for the write up.

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  • Anonymous April 17, 2015

    Dear Sir,
    Thank you for your enlighten. I need business proposal on plastic recycling and pet bottles blowing business.
    Can you assist me with this. You can reach me on
    Thank you.

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  • Gerald Cella April 25, 2015

    Hello, good thing you are doing here. First I must say that some people have money to invest in a business, but do not have the idea of where to invest into. And some people do not have the money but they do know where to put it when it comes. It's very complicating. Just like me. (Sadly).
    I would like to get some ideas on some businesses that can flourish well with 15M (fifteen million naira). I'm not considering the truck, farming and other likes of it. I'm more of fashion, women's bags, shoes, Gadgets and stuffs like that. Please I need your advice. The funds might be bigger.. Please help.
    Gerald

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    • Darlinton Omeh April 25, 2015

      There are plenty of business ideas here that you can chose from depending on your experience and circumstances. Take enough time to browse around this blog, you'll see one or two businesses to work on. Cheers!

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      • WALE April 4, 2016

        Dear Darlinton Omeh,

        I am a follow of your write ups, How can my Organisation benefits from your pool of knowledge and information? We are planning to start a Fuel Station but looking for a dependable and trustworthy feasibility study.
        Sir, i will be looking forward to your reply.
        Thank you.

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        • Darlinton Omeh April 10, 2016

          We are currently working to create a (Hub) business to business platform where you can easily meet services providers and other business owners. I do not have a catalogue of service providers for now. Thanks.

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  • Anonymous May 12, 2015

    I really appreciate what your doing! keep it up sir…. but am confuse right now, i want to start up a poultry but don't know where to start from.. i need guide please. thanks

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  • fada.. May 28, 2015

    mr Omeh,please is this OIL and GAS business real please.

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  • fada.. May 28, 2015

    mr Omeh,is OIL and GAS business by Joke Enaks and Maureen Onome real please..

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  • Anonymous June 12, 2015

    Hi please am so much interested in Making of Fruit Juice, how can I start it, and how much can't I start it with? please reply

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  • Tokunboh Michael June 15, 2015

    how can i get you on facebook so we can talk much better

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  • Anonymous June 18, 2015

    What a wonderful write-up. Very impressive.

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  • Anna Olaru June 25, 2015

    I just recently read Nigerian Naij News and see what the IT sector in Nigeria is still little developed, I wonder why this industry is so profitable to invest. Besides news say that the Internet and all that it involves in this country enough to effectively promote.

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  • Kingsley Okpoh August 19, 2015

    A job well done. Kudos. I want to add an online dimension to all these. Nigeria is the 5th fastest growing country in a "quiet" world-wide online business which is seen as a second income business that can make you between $200 – $500 monthly on a part time basis. Best of all, it is FREE to join and you can be paid in your local currency if you so wish. If you are serious about this and want help in getting it right, contact me and I will put you through for FREE. Check out this money-making opportunity here now

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    • Ejembi January 31, 2016

      How can I contact you please am interested in online businesses

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    • Hannah U. February 5, 2016

      How can one contact you for further information?

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    • gerald May 4, 2016

      ok kingsley, hw can i get ur contact.mail me on

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  • anonymous January 23, 2016

    Thanks so much for your enlighten. More grease to your elbow. kindly help with a write up of a financial proposal to a bank for them to finance a nail production company in Nigeria.looking forward to hear from you sir.

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  • akorede January 24, 2016

    How can i start business with 200 thousand naira

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  • Ejembi January 31, 2016

    Thanks for the info.What about nylon bags production. I am interested in doing some thing that will not take me out of my house for long.

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  • Pius February 22, 2016

    Great insight, more power to ur elbows, BT it analysis or estimation for poultry business was wrong. There is no how u can make N30million wt 1,000birds in a year. Pls. Do it calculation well.thanks

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  • Godfrey odali February 27, 2016

    Thankyou for the information about the business please guide me on am interested in internet advertising agency and investment in internet company

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  • Okechukwu Ngene March 21, 2016

    Apt and informative. Only if people can let go FEAR and PROCRASTINATION. This two are harbinger of business death. People should learn to be optimistic in whatever business they wanna delve into…..Calculating risk before hand is good; but staying positive is better.

    Mr. Omeh (Admin), you probably forgot to add food stuff business in the list. It could be Yam, maize, palm oil business, just name it. The fact is that no matter the economy, people must eat food to stay alive and healthy. Food stuff like this foodstuffmillions.blogspot.com can spur someone here up…..

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  • Ken April 1, 2016

    Thanks so much my brother,i love your post and the impact you are building in greater Nigeria. I expect our religious leaders to do the same rather grab money and type Amen on facebook.

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  • prince Magnus April 5, 2016

    i must commend you Mr Omeh for you insightful works. i have deep and good knowledge of Beverage production all flavours, i mean i can give Chivita ,Dans etc a good run for their money and can produce Alcoholic beverages both Foreign and Local brands and have developed my own drinks and flavours, you need to have a practical look at my works and you will be marveled. several other products like Custard, Coldwater starch, Perfume,Air freshners etc have i perfected their productions. i seek a Finance partner to help me unleash this potential to the Nigeria market, i have approached finance institutions but their conditions dosent help a starter hence my resort to individual partnership. any advise or help on this.

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    • Darlinton Omeh April 10, 2016

      I really don’t have any useful advice to give on this because Nigeria is not a place you can strike partnership easily. Everyone just have this mentality of starting his/her own which is very bad for serious business growth. Partnership is what build great companies

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    • Darlinton Omeh April 10, 2016

      I really don’t have any useful advice to give on this because Nigeria is not a place you can strike partnership easily. Everyone just have this mentality of starting his/her own which is very bad for serious business growth. Partnership is what build great companies.

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    • Chinweuba August 22, 2016

      Hi prince, am inspired by your knowledge. You are a true definition of Asset. I have a special interest in learning more about cold water starch. This is especially the powdered one. Again, I did d liquid type and it came out good but got decayed after two weeks. Kindly put me through on 1: how to do d powdered cold water starch 2: what preservatives I can add to d liquid one to made it durable.

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  • Omofela April 20, 2016

    This site is helpful will like to join you to achieve my aims and objectives on lucrative work in Nigeria.
    Thank you.
    Cheers!

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  • Wilfred April 21, 2016

    Sir, i am very happy to visit your site with full of business ideas. Plz i need your help. Am a dj and i need to start up any other business to boost my pocket. I need your help. What kind of business will i start with 300 thousand naira. Thank u

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  • Dal Lawrence April 27, 2016

    Pls is their any info on how to get a crapped vessel for sale in Lagos.

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  • gerald May 4, 2016

    Waoh. glad i found this site.

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  • Tola May 5, 2016

    Good job u re doin,pls how can i go wth selling of attachment and waveon,i really need information abt d business,cus its a business i wil lk to start now bt i dnt knw how to go abt it.tnks

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  • osinachi May 10, 2016

    Please am intrested invd schol business how will i start.

    Where will i get money to start it

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  • Samuel kelvin May 19, 2016

    I wan to start profession cars wash,how can i start.wer can i get money to start

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  • Jennifer May 26, 2016

    Such a great job you are doing. May God continue to increase you in wisdom and grace. Please I would like to start a recharge card printing business, could you please advise me on requirements and how to go about starting? Thank you and God bless you.

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  • Emily omoze June 3, 2016

    God bless u sir,dis is a great ideal sir pls I do I start poultry farming like hw much do I need 2 start with

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  • adejumo afolabi June 21, 2016

    Hi. This may be coming late but I’m new on this thread but I’ve actually been searching for people with business acumen. I have business/investment opportunities in oyo, osun, ondo and ekiti states presently , particularly osun at the moment. This is something that can give more than 50 percent profit within 3-4 months . It is not network marketing or anything of that sort. It is a project that is being executed in partnership with reputable organisations like skye bank and some trade unions. I am actually a consultant working on the project. Everything is above board and you will be taken along every step of the way and infact, you don’t have to drop physical cash. Please reply on this comment section should you want to learn more. Or if leaving my contact information will not violate forum rules you may reach me at. thanks.

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  • Innocent July 12, 2016

    Good insight.May God bless you.the fear of unknown is my problem because of my experience in the past. I have supplied diesel using someone to run it.The person disappeared with my money till date. Now what type of biz to u think one can start with 500k

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  • Idiong July 23, 2016

    As a student what lucrative business can I get involved with in Nigeria?

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  • Idiong July 23, 2016

    That can make me make lots of profits as time goes on

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  • Anabel July 24, 2016

    What about a business like selling of cream, deodorants and make up?

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  • P.A. NAYINA August 5, 2017

    Am a graduate from a health institution and want to start pharmaceutical business, please any idea?

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