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Domak Garden City: Own a Land with Just ₦350,000 (Video)

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Domak Garden City: Own a Land with Just ₦350,000


Some people from afar once said “This sounds too good go to be true” while those who came around to satisfy their curiosity ended up subscribing to this awesome opportunity thereby securing 810 sqms plots at a flat rate of ₦350,000.

DOMAK SHELTER LTD. is here again with another easy land ownership scheme at Domak Garden City Karshi. Over thousands of subscribers who believed in this vision, however, seized the opportunity to own a land in Domak Garden City.

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Few weeks ago, Domak Shelter Ltd. has been on promo sales of 810 sqms plots for the flat rate of ₦350,000 at Domak Garden City Karshi.

Though it’s been really tough, DOMAK whose core value states, “Integrity is key to corporate relationship” stood by their promise; disposing about 1000 plots of 810 sqms for promo price ₦350,000.

However, they are currently forging ahead with this legacy. Another promo has been unveiled this June for the promo sales of other plot sizes of Domak Garden City Karshi. This time, they are disposing 2000 plots of 450sqm and 1000 plots of 660sqm at the respective giveaway prices below;
450 sqm. = ₦350,000
660 sqm. = ₦450,000
N/B: The 810sqm is no longer available for now as we would inform you when next it will be out for subscription.

Worthy of note, DOMAK has released a flexible payment scheme to suit all classes of people in the society (from the high class to the low class) which is unheard of in the Real Estate Industry.
For the 660 sqm which is currently going for ₦450,000.00, you have the choice of payment scheme according to your capacity;
• Daily Payment = ₦650
• Weekly payment = ₦4,500
• Monthly payment = ₦19,000.

For the 450sqm which is currently going for ₦350,000.00, you have the choice of payment scheme according to your capacity;
• Daily Payment = ₦500
• Weekly Payment = ₦3,500
• Monthly Payment = ₦15,000
N/B: The moratorium period of payment is within 22-24 months.

It might interest you to know that this City project has some networking benefits attached to it.

To learn more about these mouth-watering benefits, visit http://www.domakshelter.com/promo.php
To learn more about Domak Shelter Ltd., kindly visit http://www.domakshelter.com
For more enquiries: Call +2348135271713, +2348189433891, +2348189433890, +2348176768198
Gist flash urges you to seize this opportunity DOMAK has presented to make your future-self proud of you today.

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North east commission pledges to remove 500,000 idle youths from the streets

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North east commission pledges to remove 500,000 idle youths from the streets

The North East Development Commission-Education Endowment Fund (NEDC-EEF) has expressed determination to remove over 500,000 idle youths from the streets in the next five years in the region.

Mr Macauley Hunohashi, Head of Media and Publicity of the fund, in a statement on Saturday in Abuja, said the Chairman of NEDC-EEF, Chief David Kente, made the pledge at an interactive session with Sen. Abdulazeez Nyako.

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He applauded the visionary and patriotic effort of Sen. Nyako which saw to the establishment of the commission, saying “we will sustain that vision to take the north east region to greater heights.”

Kente said the NEDC-EEF would continue to interface with consultants and experts on how to achieve part of its core mandate of converting the vast human resource the region was endowed with to human capital.

Earlier, Sen. Nyako stressed the need for the commission to provide vocational technical traning and mentorship for young men and women in the region through Local Aprenticiship Scheme.

Nyako explained that the local aprenticiship scheme was a neighbourhood empowerment project which focused on removing young people from the streets by linking them to Master Trainers within the same community.

” This will enable them to learn local trades such as motor mechanic, panel beating, volcanising, tailoring and the likes, with a monthly stipend for both the Master Trainer and the Trainee.”

The former lawmaker who represented Adamawa Central Senatorial District from 2015 to 2019, said the concept was discovered to be alot cheaper, more broad-based and with the potential to improving neighbourhood security.

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Nigeria’s Backlog of Debts Hits N31Trillion

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Nigeria’s Backlog of Debts Hits N31Trillion

Nigeria’s backlog of debts seems to Skyrocketed to N31 Trillion. The Debt Management Office (DMO) on Wednesday published Nigeria’s total public debt stock as of June 30, 2020, pegging the country’s entire debt at N31 Trillion, which indicates an increase of N2.38 trillion within a three-month span.

Nigeria’s total public debt stock includes the debt stock of the Federal Government, the 36 states, and the Federal Capital Territory.

According to Punch, the DMO also released reports on Nigeria’s Actual External Debt Service Payments in the Second Quarter of 2020, as well as Nigeria’s External Debt Stock as of June 30, 2020.

For the country’s public debt stock as of June 30, 2020, the DMO said, “The data shows that in naira terms, the total public debt stock which comprises the debt stock of the Federal Government, the 36 state governments and the FCT stood at N31.009trn or $85.897bn.

“The corresponding figures for March 31, 2020, were N28.628trn or $79.303bn.”

The DMO noted that the increase in the debt stock by N2.381trn or $6.593bn was as a result of the $3.36bn budget support loan from the International Monetary Fund, new domestic borrowing to finance the revised 2020 Appropriation Act.

It said this includes the issuance of the N162.557bn Sukuk, and promissory notes issued to settle claims of exporters.

The debt office added, “The DMO expects the public debt stock to grow as the balance of the new domestic borrowing is raised and expected disbursements are made by the World Bank, African Development Bank and the Islamic Development Bank which were arranged to finance the 2020 Budget.

“Recall that the 2020 Appropriation Act had to be revised in the face of the adverse and severe impact of COVID-19 on government’s revenues and increased expenditure needs on health and economic stimulus, among others.”

It also said that additional promissory would be issued in the course of the year.

According to the debt office, new borrowings by state governments were also expected to increase the public debt stock.

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North-East Education Endowment Fund Sets To Hit Ground Running- Kente

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North-East Education Endowment Fund Sets To Hit Ground Running- Kente

The North East Development Commission-Education Fund( NEDC-EEF) says it is set to hit the ground running.

Chief David Sabo Kente, board chairman of the fund, stated this during a critical meeting with some consultants.

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The Chairman’s statement was released to newsmen by Macaulay Hunohashi, Head of media and publicity of the NEEEF in Abuja on Saturday.

Hunohashi said that following the inauguration of the Board of Trustees of the North East Development Commission-Education Endowment Fund (NEDC-EEF)on August 7, 2020, plans had reached advance stage to hit the ground running.

The move,he added would be with the engagement of top-flight consultants in critical areas of the core mandate of the fund.

He also disclosed that the tehcnical team, led by the Chairman, who he “is bringing his wealth of experience as an accomplished business man and philantropist,” has continued to grill consultants within the dormain of the core mandate of the fund.

This he said includes, but not limited to Grants and Scholarship, Skills Aquisition, Infomation and Communication Technology and Training of Teachers as well as Technical, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training-TVET.

Hunohashi qouted Kente as reminding the consultants of the need to see themselves as partners in progress, noting that the selection process for their emergence was meticulous and methodical, with a view to engaging the best in the country.

He said the vision of the architects of NEDC-EEF was aimed at addressing the education deficit of the north east region exercebated by activities of insurgents, stressing that “having been entrusted with that mandate, we cannot afford to fail our people”.

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