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Update: Jenny Chisom Blog Appreciates Clients and Partners

We rocked 2016 because you looked out for us and associated with us and we celebrate you Engage TV, Generation Live Cast on Twitter, African Hair Summit by Photizo Life Foundation,, Nigeria Entrepreneurs Awards, The Incubators Africa Abuja, African Achievers Awards, Digify Africa for that Digital Media certification, Wiki Loves Women, 24 Karats Life, The IBI centre, Impact Abuja with Isioma, Phinix PR's REWOCONNECT, SEL Platform, Digital New Media, Summit Bible Church, Spark Conect and Spark Magazine, Digital peers for celebrating Girls in ICT, and the NEXT Step Platform among others.
Happy 2017 in few hours! Let us do more in 2017

NEITI: Nigeria Earned $55.5 billion from Oil and Gas Sector in 2014

Nigeria earned $55.5 billion from the oil and gas sector and N55.82 billion from the solid minerals sector in 2014, the latest audit reports of the Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI) have revealed.
The NEITI 2014 audit reports also show that a total of $4.7 billion and N318.2 billion that should have gone to the Federation Account were not remitted by NPDC and its parent company, NNPC. Losses from crude-for-product swap and Offshore Processing Arrangements (OPA) were put at $198.7 million in 2014.
At the close of the 2014 audits, NPDC had not paid the outstanding $1.7 billion for the eight OMLs under the Shell JV divested to it by NNPC. NPDC had also not paid for the four OMLs under the NAOC JV divested to it by NNPC. Those four assets were recently valued by DPR at $2.25 billion; NPDC had sought clarification for the basis of the valuation. According to the reports, the total revenue flows for the oil and gas sector fell from $58.07 to $55.5 billion between …

Russia, Nigeria, United States and Slovakia Emerge Top Country Readers of #JCB; Gets Appreciated

As a new year, 2017 dawns with 2016 winding down, we want to thank our Top 10 blog readers by Country. It is important I let you know that I see you, and know your interests and look forward to working more with you all in bringing empowerment to citizens across the world starting from men for women and children.

In 2017, we will beam our searchlight on developments in your countries especially as it benefits Africa so you have a chance to write in to let us know what role you are fit in taking this project to more people. We can plan a country tour too. (Fingers crossed)

Heritage Bank To Achieve a Culture Fit in 2017

The financial institution has been in a hitch of controversies and Nigeria is not an exception. From the BVN integration, the restriction on foreign transactions, limitation in cash withdrawable and the end of year cash trap that left us all queuing endlessly at Automated Teller Machines with many of them not dispensing cash at all is a proof.
We have also seen the rise and rise of all forms of monies this year, from Bitcoin, Gold investment, One coin and the varied Ponzi schemes and we can agree that 2016 has been a defining year.
Nigeria’s youngest bank Heritage bank has surprised the world with the way she handled banking services despite the tough financial year and in spite of the calculated bad press whenever they made to take a step in positioning their bank merger with their over a year

Jenny Chisom Blog Appreciates Her 2016 Partner Brands

We appreciate these brand who looked out for us in 2016 and for believing in us and our work, we want to say a big THANK YOU.

Voices 4 Change for standing up to ensure gender equitable behaviours in Nigeria. To Ministry of Petroleum resources, Logos Audibles (our parent company), Jevinik Restaurant Abuja, Project Know Thyself with Frankie Giva, N.O.W Concert with Phil Roberts, NEITI for ensuring transperency

PayStack By Shola Akinlade and Ezra Olubi to Africa's Rescue

The first time I heard about Paystack was from my web master, Fred Ebuka and he was so excited with the ease the payment gateway provides.
I just found out that Shola Akinlade and Ezra Olubi co-founded Fintech (financial technology) startup Paystack. With the product of the company online payment is experiencing an astronomical growth as Paystack is helpful for on-demand services, e-commerce, financial services, entertainment, travel and hospitality.
Before now, online payment in Africa has been fragmented.
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Nigeria's Youngest Bank, Heritage Bank Deserves National Honours

Hello Boss, I have been inspired! Greatly inspired this holiday as I travelled through the north to eastern Nigeria. I kept passing by Heritage Bank branches in Awka, Owerri and now in Enugu where I am writing from today.
The source of my inspiration is the leader of the investors who acquired the Societe Generale bank and later the Enterprise bank, Mr. Ifie Sekibo.
He led a team of investors to raise a dead bank,

It's Christmas from Jenny Chisom Blog

This year has been very remarkable and God has rewarded you with all good things and what better way to show gratitude but to share today with others in love. Today reminds us of the special gist of Jesus to us by His Father - the real Father Christmas. This is wishing you a very merry Christmas and a great 2017 ahead!
Today is Sunday! And I am spending it entirely with family and loved ones in Owerri. What about you?