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Where can we buy the shares?

Are you talking about Investment One shares or Kakawa Discount House shares.
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Are you talking about Investment One shares or Kakawa Discount House shares.
Investment one. I suppose they are a private enterprise? Are they part of the OTC?
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Investment one. I suppose they are a private enterprise? Are they part of the OTC?

You should be able to buy through OTC, but why buying a stock that is not liquid.

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You should be able to buy through OTC, but why buying a stock that is not liquid.

I will prefer buying Kakawa Discount House shares at a good price.
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10 brokers control 60% worth of transactions at NSE | BusinessDay
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The top 10 brokers usually control 55% to 65% of the transactions on the stock exchange.
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Hello everyone in the house, plz where is Oga Afolabi...aka 2000units? I really missed him dearly...lol. I guess he his eating with some ogas at the top
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LVMH!

See the picture in the link and compare with the plastic -coke-like seal they have in many stores here.

http://assets00.grou.ps/0F2E3C/useri...kaplcpuncy.jpg

Yes I agree that not all stores have the fake ones but try and look out for the type of seal on the link. It usually has marked lines or dotted lines and a V-shaped space where you call put your forefinger and then peel off. But the other type sold here is not the same and it's so hot in the mouth. It always reminds me of the ethanol they sell in Aba!

This is only for that type of bottle we see around.
The Hammerer, stop buying your Hennessy from under the bridge shikena ...First of all, that FCMB chic no go appreciate am and second, you don't know what was mixed in it...
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Hello everyone in the house, plz where is Oga Afolabi...aka 2000units? I really missed him dearly...lol. I guess he his eating with some ogas at the top
My brother, I dey here O...I just gentle jare.
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My brother, I dey here O...I just gentle jare.

Welcome back bro. I know this present NSE has make some people remain in hopeville. But let's hope there will be turn around soon. So i dey watch some of your stocks too...not only you they watch ooo.
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Nigerian Consumer 2Q13 Results - Mixed Bag Says Rencap
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I also think a significant population have shifted towards hennessy and other hard liquors. Most of my peers who I grew up with rarely touch beer anymore and it can be said of many like that. Though definitely not.majority of alcohol drinkers
@ Shigidi, the significant population depends on your current environment. Your peers have also become big boys, and are probably avoiding liquors that may protrude there belly.

Try the joints in Campus environs and joint around the market area. The attached explains my points.
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@ Shigidi, the significant population depends on your current environment. Your peers have also become big boys, and are probably avoiding liquors that may protrude there belly.

Try the joints in Campus environs and joint around the market area. The attached explains my points.
I always laugh whenever i see the statistics that Nigerians live below $2 per day. I always wondered if the researchers visited any of the joints or fast food outlets in Nigeria or any of the churches in Nigeria or any wedding or burial venue to see the display of 'aso ebi'.

# mama Ejiro, tell Ochuko to bring one more big bottle of stout for me.

#mama Ejiro: Another bottle?. Hope you know say na number 6 bottle be that.

#No worry. My Oga Waaaan$$$$ go pay. He no dey live on $2 per day.
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I always laugh whenever i see the statistics that Nigerians live below $2 per day. I always wondered if the researchers visited any of the joints or fast food outlets in Nigeria or any of the churches in Nigeria or any wedding or burial venue to see the display of 'aso ebi'.
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From your post, it's obvious that your knowledge of Nigeria is limited to the bourgeois and the urban areas. You should take a walk to the slums and visit a few real villages.
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From your post, it's obvious that your knowledge of Nigeria is limited to the bourgeois and the urban areas. You should take a walk to the slums and visit a few real villages.
Bros, no mind Pa Migiets. Nah so dem go dey think say SMN is representative of the citizenry. Some years ago, the total number of shareholders in coys on NSE was less than 0,5% of the population. How many of our rural dwellers ever heard about NSE? Even if they ever heard, do they have the means? In Lagos or Abuja, what % of the populace can afford to rent homes in Lekki, VI, Ikoyi, Banana, Opebi, GRA, Ogudu, Magodo or Asokoro, Maitama, etc??

It is a fact that there is abject poverty in the land and only those who care to find out will know.......that is the only way one can claim to be a grass-roots person.
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From your post, it's obvious that your knowledge of Nigeria is limited to the bourgeois and the urban areas. You should take a walk to the slums and visit a few real villages.
Iam from the village and i will travel to the village again this month or the next. I make a trip to the village almost once every 3 months. There are some months that are terrible for the villagers. The main problems that the villagers faced is too many wives and too many children which has made the land not to be sufficient for food production. Those not able to meet up migrate to the city without any skills but just comes to hustle. In the city with no education and skill, what do you expect. I know somebody that could not meet up in Lagos because of the high rents and high cost of living. He relocated home and he is now very comfortable because what he is now making is enough for him.
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I always laugh whenever i see the statistics that Nigerians live below $2 per day. I always wondered if the researchers visited any of the joints or fast food outlets in Nigeria or any of the churches in Nigeria or any wedding or burial venue to see the display of 'aso ebi'.
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Bros, no mind Pa Migiets. Nah so dem go dey think say SMN is representative of the citizenry...

It is a fact that there is abject poverty in the land and only those who care to find out will know.......that is the only way one can claim to be a grass-roots person.
This is where my argument and that of my oga on top (OBJ) is that this statistic is meaningless in our situation. What exactly is the $1/day (and now $2/day) suppose to depict? If you use $2/day to measure poverty in the OECD countries, you may get a good idea of poverty level because $2/day can not buy you much in those countries. But you can not transpose that figure wholesale to Nigeria or some other sustenance agrarian based economies.
Many people in my locality can not boast of $2/day, but they can feed well, feed their children and have shelter over their heads. It just so happens that they catch their own fish, grow their own food, and build their own house, all with no bearing on $/day. What %tage are those?

This is not saying that there is no poverty in the land. Just saying that $2/day is an arbitrary measure that does not capture adequately the situation on ground.
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Hello Ogas,

I have an issue and would appreciate anyone that must have had same experience
I purchased courtville before the markdown, which means i qualify for its dividend and bonus
I am in the process of changing my broker for reason i would not like to start explaining,
My question is, would i have a problem getting my dividend and bonus, since this stock was bought by my former broker, or do i need to do some documentation to specify that i am still same person from the other broker?

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Hello Ogas,

I have an issue and would appreciate anyone that must have had same experience
I purchased courtville before the markdown, which means i qualify for its dividend and bonus
I am in the process of changing my broker for reason i would not like to start explaining,
My question is, would i have a problem getting my dividend and bonus, since this stock was bought by my former broker, or do i need to do some documentation to specify that i am still same person from the other broker?

Thanks
No you will not have any problem receiving your divs, even when you change a broker. Your divs would be posted to your address or paid into your account if you opted for edividends. Or you can simply go to the registrar of the coy to collect it in person (if it has been paid, but not yet posted to your address).
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No you will not have any problem receiving your divs, even when you change a broker. Your divs would be posted to your address or paid into your account if you opted for edividends. Or you can simply go to the registrar of the coy to collect it in person (if it has been paid, but not yet posted to your address).
Thanks Waaan5,
Would same apply to bonus, is it automatically added to your trading account?
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