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Three easy ways for nigerians to make money online in 2017

This is the second quarter of 2017 as a Nigerian
It is always puzzling that most of the things Nigerians do online are to chat and social network.
while there are lots of several opportunities to making money online with your little or no experience.

I will show you 3 easy ways to make money online.

Upwork.com

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Founded in 1999 this is the largest online job center in the world, with twelve million registered freelancers(job seekers) and five million clients. (employers)

Upwork provides a platform in which you search for jobs, submit proposals to client, who after accepting your proposal interviews you online and grant your job request.

It is quite free to register and the wonderful thing is when you finish jobs you can transfer your money directly to your bank account in Nigeria
and the jobs are being paid in dollars.

Upwork posts an average of 3000 jobs per day they are different types of jobs from programming to article writing to translation and many more.

You can register to upwork by clicking this “link .

Freelancer.com

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Founded in 2009 this is a global job market place which allows potential employers to post jobs in which those interested bids for the job.

Freelancer is a cool site their registration is free. you can also upgrade to premium service for better job opportunities with clients they also need verification of your debit ATM cards.

With over 21 million users worldwide,there is always abundance of job opportunities, you can make direct payment of money earned to your bank accounts there are lots of Nigerians offering services on freelancer.

you can register to freelancer by clicking on this
link

Fiverr.com

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Fiver is a very popular global online market place where freelancers meet potential clients, the unique thing about fiverr is that you create advert of your services which is known as gigs

Every gig start with a price of 5dollars but you can increase the price for other services such as quick delivery of services and extra incentives.

fiver is a very wonderful website to start making money online since it is easy to use there are constant availability of buyers you can make more money on the long term creating gigs.

To register on fiverr click the link

Thanks for taking time to read this article for any question and suggestion please leave a comment below I will gladly answer your questions

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3 things a Nigerian must have before going into online business

Online business is gradually taking over with lots of job opportunities online which enables you to make extra income.
with the current recession in Nigeria and the rise of dollar to about 360naira this is a great opportunity because most online job markets pay for services in dollars.
Since this is the case I am going to tell you some of the ways to harness this potential source of income using this three payment platforms.

Paypal

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This is the most popular worldwide online payment system a PayPal account is a must have for any Nigerian that is serious about online business.
PayPal is accepted by all online stores worldwide and also online job markets such as fiverr, upwork and freelancer.
PayPal was blocked from Nigerian users due to the high scam rate but thankfully this has been lifted in 2015 and Nigerians are now able to registeR.
With over 190million users PayPal is the most trustworthy of all online payment system.
registration into PayPal is free the only thing you do after that is to link your atm card to the PayPal account.
Note: for gt bank atm users PayPal access has been blocked by the bank
from my research union bank, diamond bank and first bank are the best banks to link to PayPal.
to register to pay pal click this link

Payoneer

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This is an online payment platform that enables users to receive money and also pay for services.
One wonderful thing about payoneer is that when you register with payoneer they will send you a payoneer master card for free to your house address.
you can also transfer money from your payoneer account to your bank account directly.
Another advantage of payoneer is that it collects low currency conversion fee for every transaction unlike PayPal.
Payoneer has about 3million users and is also accepted in major online job markets.
Please note when registering please feel your postal address properly because there are many instances of Nigerians not feeling it properly and their cards been delivered to the wrong places.
To register on payoneer click this link.

Interswitch

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This is the most popular online payment system in Nigeria with its headquarters in Lagos.
Interswitch owns the online  payment service quickteller and verve ATM cards.
Interswitch is the most used payment system in Nigeria with verve Atm cards accounting for 18million out of the 25million atm cards issued in Nigeria.
I personally like Interswitch especially their quickteller payment system it is fast simple and reliable I use it mostly for local transactions.
To register on interswitch click this link.

Thanks for reading if you have any questions or observation please leave a comment and I will gladly answer them.

THE THREE REASONS MEN CHEAT

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This question has puzzled millions of women over the last decade
Here are three reasons why men cheat from three different perspective

Psychological perspective

The truth is there is never a particular reason men cheat men cheat for various reasons says sex therapist “Dr Jane green” There are however some core reasons cheating is a symptom generally of relationship and sometimes cheating is an individual problem.
For example! A normal guy who has girlfriends in different places exhibits a different kind of cheating to a man who has an affair with his secretary in his office.

Scientific perspective

As a scientist i discovered from research that men produce hundred of millions of sperm cells daily, by comparison women are born with a million eggs of which one is released every twenty eight days during puberty to menopause.
This increased production of sperms lead to high stimulus to the opposite sex and also men are natural breeders this are some of the scientific factors.

Moral perspective

Men are sexually orientated beings and always show off their aggression physically,a survey showed that men that are not sexually satisfied in a relationship areten times more likely to cheat than a lady in such condition.
In africa cheating is rampant because the african tradition is not strict on cheating
men have a lot of leeway in relationships and cheating is consideed to be a norm in the society.

Thanks for reading hopefully you have been well informed and captivated with this piece of article please comment below for questions or observation,  i will gladly answer 

The cancer in the Nigerian Church

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I have been inspired to write this article

When i was younger the church was a place of refuge
but now it is a place of connections and padi padi.
It was a place where ideals and principle of life was taught
but now it has been overrun by get rich quick prosperity ideals.
It was neutral in political debate choosing to defend the people when necessary
but now it is a political tool for propagation of political agenda.
It was a no go are for thieves and men with dubious means
but now thieves and criminals go there to give thanks giving.
The early church fathers were zealous chasing heavenly glory
but now our church fathers are infamous and chase worldly riches.
The early church was people oriented and accommodating
but now the churches are profit oriented and carefree.
there was a simile which said “as poor as a church rat”
but now it is “as chubby as the church rat.”
Churches where their members and pastors cannot afford the schools built with voluntary money and contributions from the congregation
when in the early days the early church provided affordable education.
The church is now a place where we hear of so many scandals
unlike then when it was a mediator in scandals.
I pray and hope our churches can move from being worldly to being holy because the church is the last hope of the ordinary Nigerian man.

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Letter to my father

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Dear father,

I remember this things when i was young
you taught me how to watch news and dissect news on tv
I remember you interests became my interests
you introduced me to a sport i grew up to love
I remember our first argument about football
I remember when you would come early in the morning to check on me in the boarding school
I remember the sleepiness nights you had over my school fees when i was young
I remember you insisted on the best schools even when there was nothing i remember your favorite quote
(‘it is better to be safe than sorry’)
I remember the qualities you installed in our family the values of never failing under pressure or adversity
this thoughts have always guided me trough thick and thorns in life
I remember the confidence you instilled in me to face people and overcome my fear of facing crowd
you showed me an open and liberal idea of life
I always wanted to emulate your ways anytime you were around
you were versatile in various aspects of life
we may have our differences now that i have grown older
But I remember that you are a loving father
people may disagree about the way you go about things
But I know you always put family first in all things
I am a person of few words day
I just want you to know that i remember all you instilled in me

HAPPY FATHERS DAY

There was a country #1

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Along the west coast of Africa stands a country divided into three ethnic groups sub-divided into two hundred and fifty tribes.
This country was said to be the giant of Africa i remember it was a country with three major religious groups.
The country reached its elixir of youth very early this led to the subjugation of its people firstly in dictatorship and civilian rule.
It became a land where everyone felt marginalized and sidelined without access to the so called national cake.
This country with its sands of corruption which filled up its wells of prosperity.

This country became infamous for fraud and cyber crime rather than for intellectuals and innovations.
where religious leaders rather than inspire the youths towards greater things prefer to stoke the flames of rebellion in their hearts.
The country forgot the old adage that says any society that continues in a state of consummate corruption and ignorance will eventually consume itself.
This writing serves as a warning that if we do not change our mentality towards money making at all cost regardless of its end means.
A time will come where all we will remember was that there was a country and we lost it forever.