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LESSON LEARNED FROM THE RECESSION: WHY YOU NEED AN EMERGENCY FUND

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James Rufai had risen through the ranks and file in his bank from being a teller through 25 years of hard work and personal sacrifices to becoming a manager. Today, his years of hardwork have come to nought; the Human Resources just served him his discharge letter. James has four children in one of the international schools at Lekki Phase I, Lagos. Among his first decisions was the withdrawal of his children from the international school because he would no longer be able to afford the requisite school fees, change of neighbourhood from posh to less posh (Lekki to Egbeda), sales of some of his exotic household furniture and car, to enable him weather the economic storm occasioned by the looming economic recession. Nigeria is technically in an economic recession and at the brink of an economic precipice. Its massive effect is spreading across every sector of the most populous country in Africa, particularly education. There are many similar stories in Nigeria today which could have bee…

JOB VACANCY

We have a job opportunity for a Lawyer with four (4) years experience in perfection and documentation/ commercial transaction. The personnel must be social media inclined with ability to market Trust product online. The role also requires client facing and marketing for new prospect on trust products.
Educational requirement; minimum of 2nd class lower in a reputable university and also at law school. international Master degree will be an advantage. gender pref. Female.
 interested persons should forward resume to hr@almconsultingltd.com with 1 week of this post.

THIS WAS NOT THE PLAN - PART 3

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We have decided to share Jumoke’s story with you for a worthy cause. We believe all knowledge does not originate from direct experience and sometimes we have the opportunity to learn from the experience of others. Read on and remember the lessons in this story…..
Although men made advances at her, she made it clear that her children were her priority and committed all her time and efforts towards their upbringing.After a few years she accumulated enough to buy a house and two shops at an Ultra-Modern market. At least, she had an alternative source of income from the rent she received from the shops and she believed she had acquired these assets for her children to inherit in the future.
Dayo got to hear of her success and decided to seek her out. He begged her to return and made promises to change his attitude towards her and the children. Her Mother also advised her to reconcile for the sake of the children but the truth is Dayo never cared about her or the children. He never bothered…