If you’ve been looking for smart ways to save money in Nigeria, then you’re welcome to the right page. Here in this blog post, I will show you different methods I’ve personally been using to discipline myself when it comes to saving money.
I don’t know the reason why you’re embarking on this, but either you’re saving money for your next vacation, you’re about to start a business, for emergency purpose or any other reason(s), I’m sure if you take my simple recommendations here seriously, you’ll be glad you did.
Saving money in Nigeria has been one of the things we practice in our culture. I can remember when I was in primary school, we do save part of our money with a trusted pupil in our class. We do this for different reasons, either to buy something (like wall-clock) or buy a gift for our favorite class-teacher. Then, we also save for our personal use, we can save N10 denominations till it reach certain amount we need.
Also, our parents do the same thing. I can remember it’s called “Ajo” in Yoruba language. That’s a system where a group of people save money with someone they trust. They collect this money contributed according to how their names are aligned in the list.
All down to this modern age, we save money in Nigeria by simply depositing it in bank, which has been great, because it was the safest ways to save money in Nigeria until there’s advancement in technology.
Yes, I don’t really recommend saving money in bank these days because of some arrant fees the bank will be deducting until they deduct N5,000 to N3995.80!
That means both bank and the traditional ways to save money in Nigeria is NOT recommended by me. You might be thinking like; ‘hey, which way are we going to use again?’. Well, that’s why you’re here.
But before I list those ways, let me tell you that: I’m not against using either any of the Banks in Nigeria or the traditional methods like ‘Piggybank or Ajo’ to save money in Nigeria.
Let me tell my reasons for not recommending them;
Why Banks & Other Traditional Methods Are Not ‘Okay’ to Save Money in Nigeria
- The Arrant Charges: The first reason why Banks are not recommended to save your money is because part of the money you’re saving (in your mind) will be deducts gradually till you realized that it’s better to save the money under your carpet instead of depositing it in bank.
Also, if you’re saving money with someone (in traditional method), the person will collect some fee from you. In my area, it’s actually the first amount you save and you may also need to pay for drift card.
- Temptation: You’re saving money in bank or with someone and you need something that’s not really useful to you (maybe like luxurious clothes, shoes or food), sometimes, it might be because your friends are doing something and you want to do it also, it will be easier for you to go and withdraw all your money in bank or go the person helping you to keep your money and collect your life-savings…
… at the end of the day, you’ll realized temptation has taken over you!
- Fraud: What if someone wire away all the money in bank or you’re tricked until you personally send your money to a fraudster? Yes, there are cases of cyber scams in Nigeria and they’ve even did it to a minster of the federation, so don’t think you’re special or safe.
When it comes to the traditional method, the person can easily run away or pretend as if the money is stolen etc.
- Your money is just sleeping: After the bank might have taken their charges or the ‘Alajo’ the person whom you’re saving your money with, have taken his or her fee, you’ll collect the exact amount you save. Meaning, the money is sleeping instead of working for you while you’re saving it.
Now, let me show you the smart ways to save money in Nigeria and compare it with what you’ve read above.
Top Passive Ways to Save Money in Nigeria
Here are the smart ways of saving money in Nigeria;
1. Use Digital ‘Piggybank’ Like PiggyVest
If you’ve been using piggybank or ‘kolo’ in your house, how are you coping with temptation and securing it from being altered or stolen by someone else?
Well, that’s one of the traditional ways to save money in Nigeria, but can we now go digital?
Using digital piggybank will safe you from temptation or fear of insecurity. And you know what? You will earn interest on any amount you save!
There are many digital Piggybank to save money online in Nigeria, but I’m personally using PiggyVest.ng and I recommend you start using it to save today!
PiggyVest is not a bank but they help small-business owners with loan and they get the money they give out to these business owners from the money their customers save with them.
They’re partnered with one of the most prestigious banks in Africa, so your money is kept in a safe account and PiggyVest is insured. But here are few reasons I recommend Piggyvest;
Why you need to start using Piggyvest to save money in Nigeria
- You Earn Interest
Just like you know, if they lend money to someone, that person must pay an INTREST on the money borrowed, from that INTREST received, they compensate all the people who save money with them.
- You can Invest
Apart from the fact that you can earn interest, you also use the money you’ve saved to invest on a business through the Investify program on PiggyVest.
- You can Earn Referral Bonus
If you invite anybody with your referral link or code to join Piggyvest and those people take action by completing the registration and start saving, you’re earn N1,000.
The first day I registered, I completed my registration and save my first money, I got my referral code and shared on my WhatsApp status, I earn N8,000 that day because 8 people signed up through my referral link.
- You’ll Also Earn N1,000 for joining
You will automatically be given N1,000 as soon as you sign up.
- Piggyvest can Discipline you
You can lock your savings till when you’ll need it. Let say for instance, you need N50,000 in the next 3 months, you can be saving N600 per day or N4200 per week.
Do you know that something else can come up and you may just spend your money any day? But with Piggyvest, you can set it to be;
- Deducting N600/day or N4200/week from your bank account
- You can lock the money you’re saving till you need it, either 3 weeks or 3 years.
There are also some benefits you’ll enjoy, if you choose Piggyvest as a medium to save money in Nigeria.
Note that, you can be saving for as low as N100!
Click here to start saving today with PiggyVest.
2. Buy & Keep Bitcoin
Do you know about cryptocurrency?
Cryptocurrency is charging millions of entrepreneurs to billionaires, that’s if you’re a smart trader.
Buying and keeping Bitcoin is another smart way to save money in Nigeria, because, BTC rises.
Let say you buy a bitcoin worth N20,000 today just to save that N20k, bitcoin can rise and your 20k worth of BTC can turn to N50,000!
I always buy bitcoin whenever I want to save money.
Although, there are many places you can buy bitcoin (and other cryptos) in Nigeria, but I’m using Luno because it’s safe and it’s 100% best for Nigerians.
Note that if you want to convert your bitcoin to cash, you can also use Luno to sell your bitcoin. But I will advise that you trade your BTC to earn more money. If you don’t know how to trade cryptocurrency, kindly ignore.
But if you’ll like to be mentored by me, it’ll cost you N36,200 and I will teach you the nitty gritty of trading cryptocurrency, add you to a support group and you’ll get daily FREE signals. Message me on WhatsApp if you’re ready – (080 6886 6068).
Start saving money today by buying bitcoin, click here to get started with Luno and earn N250 worth of BTC for free.
3. Treasury Bills
One of the smartest ways those rich businessmen invest and save their money in Nigeria is through Treasury bills. And to God be the glory, this unique investment opportunity is open for everybody in Nigeria.
This is how it work;
You go to your bank that you want to invest in T-Bills and you’ll be given a form to fill. The minimum days you can invest in T-Bills is 90-days (or 3 months) and you’re going to earn interest in the money you invested with.
Treasuring Bills in Nigeria is very profitable and will help you guard your money without any deduction from back… If you want to know, check the recommended post below;
RECOMMENDED: How to Invest in Treasury Bills in Nigeria
Start T-Bills as one of the methods you save money in Nigeria.
4. Invest in Real Estate
The best investment in the world is ‘Real Estate Investment’.
2/3 of richest people in the world are in one way into real estate business. An example is Donald Trump, the President of United States of America.
Do you know why Real Estate is one of my most recommended ways to save money in Nigeria? It’s simply because it makes your value (or money) to ‘appreciates’.
Let say you have the sum of N500,000 and you want to save it, the best way to do that is to buy a land.
If you buy a plot of land and finish all the papers with that your N500k, you’ll never regret you did.
Because as times goes, on that same land can appreciate up to N2.5million within a year, meaning you earn N2m as profit!
If you have big money to save, don’t use bank, start thinking about real estate.
5. Start a Profitable Business like Mini-importation
You’re actually thinking of saving your money but here is a business offer, what is happening?
Well, instead of keeping your money somewhere idle, think of using the money to start a business. And here, I recommend starting a mini-importation business.
Any business under ecommerce are fetching money these days, dropshipping and mini-importation is also not left behind. But how does this business work?
If you want to learn more about mini-importation, check this blog post here – in that post, I talked about dropshipping but I also explain in details what you need to know about Mini-importation.
Mini-importation business is when you buy some products from foreign countries at cheaper price and you sell here in Nigeria at higher price (at least above how much you bought it).
The secret to a successful mini-importation business in Nigeria is to find what is called ‘hot-selling products’ and you ship to sell in Nigeria.
Mini-importation is very advisable, if you’re really looking for a smart way to save money in Nigeria.
…. And that’s all about Smart Ways to Save Money in Nigeria
I have aligned 5 best ways to save your money in Nigeria and earn passive income, instead of leaving your money idle in bank or keep it someone acclaimed to be a trusted person, who can run away with your money anytime.
My first recommendation is to use Piggyvest and I’m sure you remember the benefits attached to using it to save your money? Apart from Piggyvest, you can also save money in Nigeria by buying bitcoin using Luno and maybe trade to earn more.
Then I told you about investing in Nigeria’s Treasury Bills, Real Estate and finally using the money to start a profitable business that will produce your money soon, and Mini-importation is one of these businesses.
Once again, I’m not against saving money in bank but as the title of this post says, Smart ways to save money in Nigeria – a way to save & Invest passively.
Feel free to tell me (using the comment box below) the one you’ll start utilizing soon and I will answer any question you have on it. And don’t forget to subscribe to my mailing list in order to receive free updates and freebies from me.
Shopping with Heroshe: Shipping from the UK to Nigeria and Ghana
As the world has become a global village with the internet, borders are no longer barriers to shopping, especially in African countries. Heroshe continues to defy the odds with her seamless shopping experience on the continent.
The first time I used Heroshe to ship some items from the USA to my place here in Nigeria, I became an unofficial ambassador of the company. Not just me, a lot of people are giving the company great reviews too.
If you need a succinct review of Heroshe, kindly check the previous post published here.
Previously, Heroshe only shipped from the USA to Nigeria, but the good news now is that Heroshe has started facilitating shipments from the UK to Nigeria and Ghana.
What does this new update mean?
You now have more choices to buy a range of products from any store in the UK or USA and get it to your place in Nigeria or Ghana.
For instance, if you want to buy anything gadgets or appliances, you know that USA online stores like Amazon, eBay, BestBuy, etc. are there for you.
The UK is known for luxury brands for fashion and apparel ranging from classic tailoring on London’s Savile Row to trendy streetwear from brands like Topshop. Or maybe footwear from brands like Clarks and Dr. Martens. Or stylish and eclectic home decor items from classic homeware at John Lewis to contemporary designs at Habitat.
This new update from Heroshe really opens the door to a broader range of products!
How to Ship Items from the UK Using Heroshe
Just like shipping from the US, the process remains simple and efficient, ensuring that shopping across from the UK stores to Nigeria and Ghana is a hassle-free experience.
Here’s how to start;
Sign Up or Log In
If this is your first time hearing about Heroshe, you will need to create an account before you can do anything.
If you click here to sign up, you’ll be given $2 in your Heroshe wallet, I will also earn the same for inviting you (Note that this is not compulsory).
If you’re an existing user, simply login to your account.
Get Your UK Address
You don’t need to do or pay for anything, once you sign up successfully, login to your account, and your personalized UK address will be waiting for you.
You can use this address on any store you’re shopping from, as the personalized address acts as a local point of contact between you and the store vendor.
Once the vendor sends the item(s) to your UK address, Heroshe will take over the rest.
Go to any UK store of your choice, go to the settings tab, and change your location or address to this personalized UK address given to you by Heroshe.
(Note that you don’t need a VPN while you’re exploring items on the UK stores, in fact, don’t use a VPN at all as the online stores may detect it and your account may be banned.)
Once you change the address on the store to your UK address, start browsing for items, add items to your cart, and proceed to checkout.
Delivery to Your UK Address
Once you are done paying for the items, the online store will send your package to the UK address you added.
And Heroshe will immediately notify you once they receive your items.
From there, you can start tracking the day you’ll receive the items in Nigeria or Ghana.
Get your items in Nigeria or Ghana
After 14 days the items get to your UK address, and Heroshe will send them to your country.
Note that you will need to use PayPal to top up your Heroshe wallet so that you can pay the shipping fee. If you don’t have one, watch this YouTube video for a guide to create one for free.
If you’re in Nigeria, your items will land in Lagos, if you’re in Ghana, they will send the item to your house directly.
You can then go to the Lagos warehouse and pick up your item free of charge.
But if you’re not in Lagos, don’t worry, Heroshe is not leaving you yet, until you get and confirm the item(s). At this junction, you can ask Heroshe to ship the items down to your city but you’ll pay a small fee of course.
In my own case, I live in Osun State, here in Nigeria and Heroshe sent the item to me via a logistics company, not even a public bus.
So either you go to the Lagos warehouse to pick up your item for free, or you pay a small fee to have it delivered to your city. Either way, Heroshe promises you will get your items.
Shipping from the UK to Nigeria or Ghana is as simple as that.
But there’s a problem.
Not with Heroshe but with Nigeria and/or Ghana. Most of the time, it is very difficult to pay for items in foreign stores.
You did nothing wrong but your card will be declined because of where you’re coming from.
That’s a really big problem.
We thought virtual dollar card providers were here to help but they all turned out to be something we’d never expect.
Don’t give up, Heroshe can still help you.
Aside from shipping, Heroshe also offers “Buy for Me” services.
What is Heroshe’s Buy for Me?
Picture the Heroshe’s Buy for Me as someone you send to the market to help you buy groceries.
You give an item of what you want to buy to the person, you give the person the money to buy the items and also, you pay for his time and transport.
All you have to do is to expect the person to hand over the groceries to you.
That makes sense right?
Heroshe can become your shopper, all you need to do is to contact them that you would like to use their Buy for Me services and the customer care rep will take it up with you.
UPDATE: I contacted Heroshe support a few hours ago and I learned that the buy-for-me service is currently on hold, so depending on when you are reading this, kindly contact the support if the service is available.
What you need to know about Heroshe’s Buy for Me services
- Heroshe will not recommend or scout for items, you will send them links to your preferred items and they’ll buy them for you.
- Heroshe’s Buy for Me services cost an additional 20%. E.g if the item you’re buying is $200, you’ll be paying $240 in total or its equivalent in your local currency.
- Paying the 20% additional fee doesn’t mean you’ll not pay for shipping, you’ll still pay for shipping.
And that takes us to the next big question;
How much does Heroshe charge for shipping items from the UK?
Heroshe charges $8 per lb or pound to ship from the UK down to Lagos in Nigeria where you can go pick it up for free.
If you cannot go to the Lagos pickup station for your items, Heroshe will charge you an additional $15 to send the item to your house in Lagos.
If you’re outside Lagos, Heroshe charges an additional $20 to get the item to your city.
Heroshe doesn’t have a pickup station in Ghana for now, so the cost to get your item from the UK to your house in Ghana is $18 per lb or pound.
It is also worth noting that Heroshe would round up any float to a whole number.
For instance, if the weight of the item you want to ship is 10.5, heroshe will round it up to 11. If it’s 2.5, it’ll become 3.
What’s the breakdown to ship from the UK to Nigeria or Ghana?
The breakdown to ship your items from the UK to Nigeria or Ghana with Heroshe (Let’s assume the weight is 4.5 lbs) will look like this:
- If you’re shipping to Ghana
Cost of item —- $200
Buy for me —- $40
Ship to Ghana – $90 (5 x 18)
Total —– $330
So you’ll be paying Heroshe a total cost of $330 and if you can pay for the item yourself, remove the Buy for Me, you’ll now be paying $290.
- If you’re shipping to Nigeria
Cost of item ——- $200
Buy for Me ——- $40
Ship to Lagos —- $40 (5 x 8)
Total —— $280
If you can pay for the item yourself, you’ll be paying $240 to Heroshe. If you want to get the item in your house in Lagos, you’ll be paying an additional $15. If you’re outside Lagos, you’ll pay an additional $20.
If you want to pay yourself, you might consider using reliable card providers. For instance, Chipper Cash works for me
Start shopping beyond borders with Heroshe!
Heroshe’s expansion to support shipping from the UK to Nigeria and Ghana marks a significant stride towards creating a truly global shopping experience.
With its user-friendly platform, cost-saving features, and commitment to customer satisfaction, Heroshe continues to be a frontrunner in transforming international shopping into a seamless, accessible, and exciting endeavor. Say goodbye to borders and hello to a world of shopping possibilities with Heroshe.
This update not only reflects Heroshe’s commitment to customer satisfaction but also its dedication to staying at the forefront of international shopping trends.
As the world of e-commerce continues to evolve, Heroshe remains a reliable companion for shoppers seeking the best of both local and global markets.
If you have any questions that are not covered in this blog post, kindly contact Heroshe customer support on Twitter or on the website.
How to Get Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) in Nigeria
Getting a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) in Nigeria is very simple, fast, and free of charge. I’ll be showing you how to get one for yourself or your business.
But before then, Why do you need TIN?
Taxpayer Identification Number (or “TIN”) is simply a number attached to you or your business that keeps track of your tax history.
it is an important number that every individual and business must have because it is your responsibility as a citizen of a country or a business in that country to pay Tax to the government.
Recently, a popular Nollywood actress, Iyabo Ojo was given a 7-day ultimatum to pay her ₦18m tax bill or she’ll be probed.
I was trying to create an Upwork account last week and I was asked to drop my TIN before I can fully utilize Upwork’s services.
Aside from paying Taxes, you need a TIN if you want to open a corporate bank account for your business or company.
And depending on what you need from Banks or any institution such as a loan or grant, they may require your TIN.
If you’re a freelancer or someone trying to apply for a job abroad, your TIN may be compulsory before you’re considered.
So let me show you how to get Personal and Business TIN in Nigeria starting with personal first;
How to Get Personal TIN in Nigeria
You can decide to visit the local FIRS in your city or local government to apply manually or you do it online.
If you want to do it online yourself, continue reading.
The requirement to Get a Personal TIN in Nigeria
- Bank Verification Number (BVN)
- National Identification Number (NIN)
- Date of Birth
- An Email Address
- A passport photograph
If you have those items in place, let’s go!
Step 1: Go to this link:
Step 2: Fill in all the details and hit the search button.
Note: The reason why you’re searching is that it is very possible that a TIN has been automatically created for you.
Step 3: If no record is found, proceed to submit a request by filling in the next form
Step 4: Once you submit a request, you’ll receive a confirmation email that your request has been processed.
Here is what it looks like:
Note: Your request ID should be hidden from any other person.
Now you’re asked to wait while your request is processed.
Now the question is how long will it take to get your TIN?
The answer is within a week.
I got mine in just 5 days (weekends included).
That’s how the email with your TIN will look like.
Now, let’s talk about non-individual taxpayer numbers.
How to get Non-individual TIN for your business, company, or startup in Nigeria
Just like we did individual TIN, the same approach is applicable here.
But let’s talk about the requirements.
Requirements to Get Non-individual TIN in Nigeria
- Your CAC registration details
That simply means you must have registered your business, startup, or company with the Corporate Affairs Commission.
If you haven’t, read this guide on how to register your business in Nigeria. For a company or startup, you should use the service of a lawyer.
Note: TIN is always registered for your business or company automatically upon registering with CAC. So you may not need to create TIN as a standalone.
But if there’s a reason TIN is not created for you, proceed to do it yourself.
Here is how:
Step 1: Go to this link:
Step 2: Fill in the details required and submit your request.
Step 3: Wait for a confirmation email and subsequently wait for your TIN in a few days.
That’s how everything about getting a Taxpayer Identification Number (TIN) in Nigeria.
But here are a few questions and answers about TIN registration in Nigeria
Q: How much does it cost to get a TIN in Nigeria?
A: It’s free of charge.
Q: How long does it take to get a TIN in Nigeria?
A: Less than a week.
Q: Who needs a TIN in Nigeria?
A: Every individual and business entity in the country.
Q: How do I verify a TIN in Nigeria?
A: To verify a TIN, go to https://tinverification.jtb.gov.ng/, and fill in the details accordingly.
Q: How do I get a TIN certificate in Nigeria?
A: Go to the link above, once you verify, a button to download the certificate.
That’s How to Getting a TIN in Nigeria
If you have any further questions about Taxpayer Identification Numbers (TIN) in Nigeria, kindly consult the local FIRS office in your local government.
Or contact the Joint Tax Board below
Now you don’t have any problem getting a TIN in Nigeria. You’re welcome.
GIG Logistics Branches and Location (Addresses) in Nigeria
GIG Logistics by GIG Mobility is one of the leading logistics companies in Nigeria due to the company’s mode of operation. Delivery is fast and the fee is not as expensive as other competitors.
If you’re trying to ship your stuff across the country, or to other countries like in Africa, the USA, the UK, etc., GIG Logistics can be your sure plug.
But as a new customer, you may not know how to contact them. The good news is that you can do more with the company via their website (giglogistics.com).
But in case you need to visit one of their branches very close to you, and you don’t know where to go, I will be covering that in this blog post.
Important Notice: In case you don’t find your city on the list, don’t panic. GIG Logistics can still deliver to you but you may need to contact them via email or telephone call if you’re the one sending.
If you’re not sending but receiving, you don’t need to stress yourself, just be available when it’s time for delivery.
You can easily click on your state in the table of content below rather than scrolling and scrolling till you miss what you’re looking for.
Here are the locations;
GIG Logistics branches and location in Nigeria
GIG Logistics Head Office in Nigeria
GIG Logistics Digital Hub. No 1 Sunday Ogunyade Street, Gbagada Expressway, Beside Eterna Fuel Station, Gbagada Lagos, Nigeria.
SICCONS PLAZA, Opposite Unity House, Beside Lifemate Furniture, Garki Area 11
House 38, 3rd Avenue Gwarimpa, Opposite Union Bank Abuja.
No 10 Ajibade plaza beside okay Japan Electronics.Park Road Gwagwalada .
Block, 43, Gado Nasko way, opp 2/2 Court Kubwa.
Opposite Ignobis hotel plot 17 Gidin dutse layout, kubwa.
Abraham Plaza, Suite A13 Plot, 6 A.E. Ekukinam St, Utako Abuja
80 Aminu Kano crescents opposite Sherif plaza beside Wema Bank Banex wuse 2
Maraba Experience Center
No 132 GIZA PLAZA OPP CHRISGOLD PLAZA BESIDE MTN OFFICE MARARABA
Madalla by Mobil, along Abuja – Kaduna Express Road.
Plot 113 I.V.W. Osisiogu Street, beside Utako Police Station Utako Abuja.
206, Zuba Market, Opp. Lagos Line, Zuba
Cs1 Ground Floor Corner Stone Plaza By Dobbil Avenue Along Phone Village Road, Electronics Section Alaba International Market.
KM 25, Lekki-Epe Express way, Ajiwe-Ajah.
KM 22, Lekki-Epe Express way, Opp. Jeffrey’s Plaza, by Abraham Adesanya Roundabout, Ajah.
41 Shasha Road, Akowonjo Junction, Dopemu, Lagos.
Km 36, Lekki-Epe Express Way, by Ogunfayo Bus Stop, Eputu, Awoyaya Lagos.
103, Okota Road, Cele.
1st Avenue Road, Festac first gate, besides INEC office, Festac town, Lagos.
7, Hospital Rd, Ifako, Gbagada, Lagos.
Gbagada Express Center
GIG Logistics Digital Hub. No 1 Sunday Ogunyade Street, Gbagada Expressway,Beside Eterna Fuel Station, Gbagada Lagos
9, Medical Road, former Simbiat Abiola Way, Opp, Zenith Bank.
103 Awolowo road, Ikoyi Lagos.
16 Ikosi Road, Ketu Lagos.
Sabo Road Garage, Ikorodu.
29, Idimu Road, Opp. Local Govt, Council, Ikotun, Lagos.
13C Ilupeju Byepass, Ilupeju, Lagos.
International trade fair
Shop D77 & D78, Abia Plaza, BBA, Lagos Int’ Trade Fair Complex, Lagos.
164, Lagos Abeokuta Express Way, beside Diamond Bank, Lagos.
20 Ikorodu Express Road, Jibowu, Lagos.
No 1A, Wole Ariyo Street, Beside First Bank, Lekki Phase 1.
Lekki Admiralty 2
Jubilee Mall Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase One, Lekki.
Lekki (Fola Osibo)
Ground floor Legends Place Mall Plot 29 Fola Osibo Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.
Km 17 Scapular plaza Igbo efon.
Old Ojo Road
Old Ojo Road, by Police Station Lagos.
3 Ijaiye Road, Beside FCMB Ogba.
62 Opebi Road, Ikeja Lagos.
No 25 Otto Causeway Opp Iddo bus top, Iddo Ebute Metta Lagos.
3, Abeokuta – Lagos Expressway, Sango Ota, Opp. Sango Bridge.
26, Adeniran Ogunsanya, Surulere, Lagos.
169, Badagry Expressway, Volkswagen Bus Stop.
1436 Sanusi Fafunwa Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.
Tejuosho Ultra Modern Market, Ojuelegba Road, Yaba, Lagos.
Animashaun Plaza, Beside Petrocam fuel station, Near Epe T-junction, Epe.
43, Osolo Way, Ajao Estate, Ekwu Awolo House.
No 5 Asa Road Former/Old Nitel Building Aba
8 Mission Hill, Opposite Villaroy Hotel, Umuahia Main Town
No 60 Aba Road, Close to MTN Office at Aba Road, Umuahia.
Plot 2 Bekaji Plaza, Bekaji Karewa Road, By Fire Service Roundabout, Jimeta Yola.
Ado Ekiti Center
Soladola petrol station, beside Apc secretariat, opposite moferere junction, along ikere road, Ajilosun
Ogo Oluwa Bus Stop, Gbangan / Ibadan Road, NIPCO Petrol Station, Osogbo.
Plot C31, Relief Road, by Relief Junction, Off Egbu Road, Owerri.
Landmark: After Mr Biggs beside Nepa Office, Farm Center Area, Tunga, Minna – Niger State.
No 4 Old Otukpo Rd, Opposite Dester’s by Savannah Roundabout.
No 1 IBB Way, Adankolo, Lokoja, close to Federal Medical Cente
Shops 1 & 2 Police Officers Mess, Opposite Polaris Bank, Jos Road, Lafia.
Ahmadu Bello Way opp alhaji boye coca cola Depot Birnin Kebbi, kebbi state.
Shema Plaza Ground Floor, Mani Road, by W.T.C Round-About, Katsina State.
No 1 bompai road by Tarawa Balewa way, Opp Grand Central Hotel Kano.
Centro Plaza, Opposite Buk Old Site, Kabuga, Kano.
No 32 Zoo Road, Opposite Shoprite, Kano.
8 Ahmadu Bello Way, Off Kastina Roundabout, City Plaza, Kaduna State
Lagos Garage by Airforce Mami Mando, Kaduna State.
Nnamdi Azikiwe Expressway by Command Junction, close to Samrada Fuel Station (beside 911 bakery).
Dairu Garba Plaza, 18 Sokoto Road, MTD Junction By Nnpc Filling Station, Sabon Gari, Zaria.
Plaza 1080, Yakubu Gowon way, Dadin kowa second gate.
Angwan Soya Zaria Road bypass, Opposite Jankwano Bingham University Teaching Hospital.
Government House Round-About, Asamau House Block B, Number 8, by Airtel Office, Dutse, Jigawa State.
32 Hammaruwa way. Besides former Kashere Filling Station Jalingo.
Town Planning Complex, by Sumal Foods, Ring Road, Ibadan
Suite 5, Kamal memorial plaze, former iyalode complex, opposite funcktionals clothing, bodija – UI road, UI Ibadan.
No 76 Opposite Arisekola Mosque Iwo Road Ibadan.
NNPC Mega Station, Opposite Zenith Bank, Star Light, Ogbomosho, Oyo State.
190, Ibrahim Taiwo Road(Upper Taiwo), Opposite Primo Pizza / Chicken Republic, close to new Wema Bank, Ilorin.
No 1 Umar Audi road, Fate Road, Tanke GRA, besides Hotels Mirabilis. Ilorin.
7, Market Road, Holy Ghost Park, Opp. State Library, Ogui, Enugu.
67, Zik Avenue Uwani Enugu.
No 64 Owerrani, Enugu Road, Nsukka.
202, Uselu Lagos Road, Ugbowo Benin City.
112, Akpakpava Road, Benin City.
Shop 1, Omegatron Plaza, 47 Airport Road, Benin City.
42, Benin/Agbor Road, Oregbeni, Ramat Park Benin City, Edo State.
Okene Express Way, Opp Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi.
Ukpenu Road Opp. Grail Message Centre, Akahia, Ekpoma.
Asaba Onitsha Expressway, By Head Bridge.
445, Nnebisi Road, opposite Zenith Bank, Asaba.
SUIT 53/54 INDEPENDENCE MALL OKPANAM RD, ASABA.
138, Effurun-Sapele Rd, by Airport Junction Warri.
116, Effurun-Sapele Warri Road, Effurun Opp. Our Ladies High School.
29 Ndidem Usang Iso Road ( Aka Marian Road) Calabar.
Shop 7, Yandoka Road, Adjacent MTN office. Opposite First Baptist Church, Bauchi State
Kpansia Epia, Opposite Wema Bank by INEC Junction, Yenogoa
Pam House, Tamic Road and School Road, Okutukutu By Isaac Boro Expressway, Yenogoa
Elite Shopping Complex Opp Crunchies fries, Enugu/Onitsha Expressway, Awka
2 Awka Road, By DMGS Junction, Beside All Saints Anglican Cathedral, Onitsha
No 73 – Owerri Road, Martina Chukwuma Plaza (Innoson Plaza), Opposite The Salvation Army Church, Umudim Nnewi
Akwa Ibom State
3, Monsignor Akpan Avenue, Itam industrial layout, opp Timber Market, Itam.
No 108 Oron Road, beside the First bank, Uyo.
No 22 Oyemekun Road by Cathedral Junction Akure
LACFOG PLAZA Adjacent Choba Police Station East-west Road Choba PHC.
No 118 Off Woji GRA, Same Building with Miskay Boutique By Bodo Junction, Port Harcourt.
No 9 Stadium Road, Beside Benjack, Port Harcourt
Cocaine Village Junction, Off Aba Rd, opposite Genesis, Rumuogba, Port Harcourt.
PHC Peter Odili
No 89 Peter Odili Road Port Harcourt.
PHC Ada George
No 18 Ada George By Okilton Junction, Port Harcourt.
3/4 Maiduguri Road Gawon Nama Area
C 1, A A Master Plaza Canteen Road Gusau.
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