Asisitant Inspector General of Police, (AIG) Zone 2, Onikan, Lagos, comprising Lagos and Ogun states, Mr Adeyinka Bode Adeleke, has warned criminals to stay away from the two states under his command. He told them to relocate as he vowed that it would be hot for them to carry out their nefarious activities.
Nigerians have been enjoined to embrace network marketing as a way of solving financial needs. A representative of Paradox Farms Food Train (PFFT), Ambassador Blessing Michael, said at a recent meeting of South-South Chiefs, Elders and Opinion Leaders Association (SSCEOLA), Lagos State chapter:
“If you embrace networking, you won’t regret it. If your devote 30 per cent of your time to it, you will be a blessing to others.” She encouraged members to go into networking, as “it will make you become a blessing to others.”
She said what she was not able to achieve in 12 years as a civil servant, “was achieved in two years when I joined network marketing of PFFT.
“PFFT is an international company that came into Nigeria from Croatia in 2017. It ventured into agriculture since 2008, while the network aspect of the company started in 2017. It concentrated on five major sectors such as agriculture, production, training, charity and empowerment of the less privileged, widows and network marketing.
“This is a place where people can secure their future and that of their children. I have been into other networking businesses before now and none has turned my life around positively but PFFT.”
Mr Gogo Sampson Ogbilikana, state chairman, SSCEOLA, said: “I encourage members and non-members including the youths to key into agricultural production as a means of fast earning.
“PFFT is another source of bringing food to our homes that will reduce expenses and enable people save more money and use it for other purposes. Its programme is in line with SSCEOLA’s vision, which is to eradicate poverty from the six regions in the country.”