This was made known during the launch of the multi-level networking and Value Added Services (VAS) earning platform. The Executive Director, CashMore, Caroline Omotosho expressed her excitement as she recounted the limitless possibilities CashMore holds for Nigerians. In her words: “CashMore represents a deeper significance to show Nigerians that each of their actions counts. The platform provides individuals with the opportunity to collectively build wealth and attain financial freedom at their own pace.”
CashMore is a Virtual Top-up (VTU), data and utility payments (VAS) provider offering everyone the chance to earn passive income from recharge, transactions and referrals. On CashMore, users earn between 4% – 0.35% on every transaction and that of their referrals.
Abegunde Adeogo, a Network Leader described CashMore.ng as easy and trusted. He stated that: “All the questions I had in mind coming to this launch have been answered, I love the intelligence that went into the CashMore platform and I commend the management. It is easy to use and for me, any platform that is easy as this can be trusted”.
The Group Head, CashMore and VAS also iterated that: “In a country with over 100 million active sims and about 50% of the population are urban dwellers, Nigerians make daily unsuspecting transactions in millions, empowering the banks and telecoms companies. That is why CashMore is here to spread the wealth and give Nigerians a fighting chance towards their financial freedom.” CashMore is a product of CapitalSage, an integrated digital financial service group, providing people-driven empowerment and inclusive solutions for individuals and businesses for sustainable value and wealth creation in Africa.
Unlike any other platform, CashMore.ng is powered by robust technology and partners, allowing millions of Nigerians to earn daily while they make instant airtime and data top-up, Pay-TV subscription and utility bill payments. Visit www.cashmore.ng to start earning, also click here to download the CashMore App on Google Playstore.
If I’m being honest is a collection of short stories and poetry on various significant and seemingly trivial topics.
Davies Olakunle Emmanuel remarkably speaks to a range of societal issues in his distinct writing style. His divergent view of life is emphatically expressed as he employs poetic license and faith-based convictions to thrill, and present his readers with a well-thought-out perspective.
It is filled with plaintive, emotive, and rib-tickling pieces, designed to take you on a roller-coaster of emotions.
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Over the weekend, Adesua Etomi-Wellington turned a year older and she threw an intimate party with friends and family.
For her birthday party, the actress opted for a sparkling green gown that had her looking absolutely beautiful.
Check out the gorgeous star girl.
With nine editions under its belt, #timeoutwithhalima returns with “ Its A Goal”, as it announces the first edition of the transformational session, scheduled to hold on 1st February, 2020 at Abuja Enterprise Agency, Jahi Abuja.
In exactly a week, #Timeoutwithhalima– a program designed to expose entrepreneurs and professionals to thought-provoking and life-changing insights will return for its first edition in the new decade, with the theme – Its A Goal!! The session will unearth “secrets” for achieving your smart vision and goals for the year 2020.
Founded in May 2018 by Halima Oyelade Convener of the once in every other month program in Abuja, presents an opportunity for achievers to network and become exceptional in their business and professions.
This year’s first edition will feature an intriguing presentation by Halima Oyelade.
In addition, the session will also have an unprecedented Q& A session, creation of vision boards by participants and a live tweet chat/ trend on social media. Since its inception #timeoutwithhalima – A FREE Event has plateaued into a household name in Abuja and grown to become a launchpad for entrepreneurs and professionals to build a proactive workforce, leadership and enjoy the better life.
The Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA) #12DaysOfGlory2020 which started on January 2nd and ended on the 13th was unprecedented!!! The light of God’s countenance shone on all who attended. Below are some ballistic pictures that show that God’s presence was mighty.
Great Men of God like Dr. Mensa Otabil, Bishop Tudor Bismark, Marrissa Farrow, Matthew Ashimolowo, Bill Winston and Jasmin Sclark joined Senior Pastor of COZA Pastor #PB Biodun Fatoyinbo to loudIt!!
Help came the way of children and teenagers in the informal settlement of Adon-Kasa Internally Displaced Persons Camp, Karu LGA Nasarawa State on Saturday, December 14th, 2019 through the health outreach and Christmas gift drive tagged “ MMF IDPS Funfair 2019 ” organized by Mercy Michael Foundation in collaboration with the Trippinz Care Int. Newyork, Rotary Club FH Lubge, Marie Care Initiative.
Children received free medical service for different medical conditions, gift packs of food. There was also the distribution of food items (Rice, oil, Maggi, salt) to widows, distribution of clothes to inhabitants of the IDPs and cutting of the anniversary cake.
Speaking at the opening of the Kids Funfair, Mercy Michael Founder of Mercy Michael Foundation noted that the reason for the Funfair was to share uncommon love with the IDPs to give them a sense of belonging, lift their spirit and encourage them to be positive regardless of their situation this festive season. She stressed that funfair was a short-term intervention to reach out to the needy at the IDP Camp.
The Funfair also consisted of music, dance, motivational talk, games, gifts from Santa Claus and deworming and vitamin A supplement for children, BP Check, Hepatitis B&C screening glucose check, malaria test and treatment, and drug dispensing.
She re-emphasizes the commitment of the organization to a more sustained initiative. She, however, placed a clarion call to Nigerians and those in diaspora to reach out to the disadvantaged in the Internally Displaced Persons camp scattered all over Nigeria.
This festive season, GTBank has launched a campaign tagged #GTBankhomecoming to give many who can’t afford it, bus tickets to make it home just in time for the holidays!
To give people the gift of home this Christmas through #GTBankhomecoming simply nominate someone: it could be a family member, a friend, or anyone who you believe needs it the most! After nominations are in, a shortlist will be made and tickets will be given to chosen nominees so that they can celebrate the holidays where the love is warmest –
Want to give someone the gift of home this holiday? Kindly visit www.gtbank.com/homecoming to nominate him or her.
Hurry now! Nomination closes on December 19, 2019.
Are you ready to have an amazing experience and to create lasting memories with children at one of Nigeria’s Internally Displaced Persons IDPs camp in Nasarawa State?
Mercy Michael Foundation IDPs funfair 2019 is the place you need to be!. In less than a week, the biggest IDP funfair in Nasarawa state will be live.
Date: 14th December 2019.
Venue: Mararaba Gurku IDP Camp, Karu LGA, Nasarawa state.
Anticipate a day of unrivaled fun and love sharing with Kids in Gurku IDP Camp.
Wondering what to expect at the event, here is a guide:
*Medical checkup and care
*Sporting games and activities
*Distribution of relief materials and lots more.
For more information follow Mercy Michael foundation on Instagram @mercymichaelfoundation
It is an indisputable truth that nobody knows the stomach that will give birth to a King; therefore women need to be empowered and treated with dignity and respect as much as possible.
Driven with the goal of empowering women, widows, restoring destinies and adding meaningful value to the lives of the needy and aged; SOLCHI ALTERNATIVE HOMES FOUNDATION decided to empower over 30 widows (AKA Jesus Wives) with money and various categories of food items recently in Kuje, Abuja.
Speaking on the rationale behind the initiative, founder of the Foundation Chukwuka Oluchi Stella explained that, the aim of the foundation is to give love, make life appreciable, to help individuals discover the purpose of living, maximize their potentials and to assist widows to cushion the effects and realities associated with widowhood.
“SOLCHI which means ‘following God as He leads’ was founded in 2014 as a child of necessity passionate about helping the less privileged in the society. It is conceived to be a home for orphans, distressed youths, widows and the aged that lack attention”, she said.
She also noted that the time has come for women to be both seen and heard in leadership positions, appreciating the natural and impactful roles they play in any given society can not be underestimated. She asserted that the targeted results of the home have been challenged by the lack of funds, calling on well-meaning individuals and groups to support the foundation.
A philanthropist Chris Oji decided to share uncommon love with the widows by celebrating his 54th birthday with them.
According to Oji, though happy with the turnout he was caught unawares noting that the event was ‘a pleasant surprise’. In appreciation of the monetary donations he made, the widows sang and took turns to pray that God should strengthen him to continue to excel in all his endeavors.
On his part CEO/Founder of Swift Training and Entrepreneurship Program (STEP) Business Network-an, innovative entrepreneur’s ecosystem in Nigeria and also a consultant to the foundation Michael Oladipo Aina assured the widows that they will never be forgotten in as much as they believe in the all-sufficient power of God to meet their needs.
Items distributed to the widows by SOLCHI HOMES were not limited to bags of rice, beans, garri, cartons of Indomie noodles, vegetable oil, salt, seasoning, tomatoes, laundry items and many more.