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Sam Ikoku, CEO Nakachi Consulting Launches Business Chronicle Newspaper

The CEO of Nakachi consulting, Sam Ikoku and an acclaimed productivity and personal development consultant has unveiled a new business Newspaper called BUSINESS CHRONICLE. Speaking with him on Saturday, he is passionate about giving business owners an opportunity to inspire others by getting featured on the Newspaper.
He went further to post this on his Facebook profile page to announce the newest tabloid in Nigeria.

"There is no better time to start or grow your own business, and there is no better partner that you can have than the Business Chronicle. Click HERE to read your FREE online copy and experience this for yourself.

The Business Chronicle welcomes timely ideas, news tips or information. Call us at (+234) 811 968 2216, or email us at"
So go ahead and take advantage of this boss! 
Here is what it looks like.


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