Ogun State Commissioner For Youths And Sports Ogun State, Celebrates DILIGENT

The Ministry Of Youths And Sports Ogun State…

Commissioner For Youths And Sports Ogun State, Celebrates DILIGENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP YOUTH EMPOWERMENT ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT ( DEYEOD ) For their impacts in the life of students and youths of Ogun State …..


Still on the matter …..SEASON 15 Loading…..
JULY 3RD 2017….
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The Awarded Largest Student’s /Youths Empowerment Organization In Ogun State. ( DEYEOD ).

Comes Up 3rd – 8th Of July 2017.

⚫Applicant’s are opportune to be empowered with over 10 vocational live practical skills.
⚫ Applicant’s are opportune to startup capital platforms.
⚫ Applicant’s are entailed to free materials, equipments and tools.
⚫ Applicant’s will be offered certificates of proficiency.
⚫ Effective, Creative, Respective and Innovative Amidst the Entrepreneurs During the Program will be retained to work and will be trained more to train the upcoming next season entrepreneurial prospective applicant’s.

Please Note : Only Students/Youths are opportune to pay installmentally before the end of the Season 15 ! Empowerment Program with evidence of their Students I.D Cards.

VENUE : Shalom Word Hall, Along Moshood Abiola Polytechnic Road, Opposite The Vulcanizer Along The Institution Gate.

Registration Commences At The Venue .

The Table For The Vocation Will Be Released A Week Before The Training, Kindly Follow Us On Our Social Medias For More Updates.

WhatsApp Us On :+2348129223392.( 24/7always online).

Applicants On WhatsApp Are Dearly Advised To Join SEASON 15 ! WHATSAPP GROUP Via The Below Link,for more Guidelines :👇👇👇👇👇


Kindly forward To other Youths/Students Platforms,You can help them become a business owner.⁠⁠⁠⁠

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Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs{ A.Y.E }, Wins A Special Recognition Award On Youth Entrepreneurship And Empowerment At Nigeria Excellence Award 2017 South Africa.

Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs{ A.Y.E }, Wins A Special Recognition Award On Youth Entrepreneurship And Empowerment At Nigeria Excellence Award 2017 South Africa.


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Nigeria Community Excellence Award is the major yearly event of The Nigerian Voice Newspaper. The aim is to celebrate and award individual and corporate excellence within the Nigerian Community in South Africa.


The Award Ceremony brings together officials of the Nigerian High Commission and Consulate, special government invited guest from back home in Nigeria, members of Nigerian community in South Africa, representatives of Nigerian associations and corporate South Africa as well as South African citizens and members of African Diaspora, to celebrate and savor Nigerian-made entertainment and cuisine while awarding excellence.


At the Award Event , Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs ( A.Y.E ) wins a special recognition award on Youth Entrepreneurship And Empowerment, due to the empowerment impacts and entrepreneurial distinguised A.Y.E as contributed to Nigerians and Africa.


Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs (A.Y.E) is committed to empowering young entrepreneurs across Africa by creating platforms that facilitate intra-trade on the continent. A.Y.E is dedicated to developing the next generation of outstanding African entrepreneurs, who will shape the economies and political landscapes of their home countries.


Becoming an affiliate with the Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs is your BEST opportunity to establish most prospective business relationships and further your business growth with this global eager audience. Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs has been synonymous with the renaissance of Africa entrepreneurial development.


The Award ceremony which took place on Saturday 14th October 2017 at Encore Theater Complex, 1217 Stanza Bopape (Formerly Church Street), Hatfield, Pretoria, 0028,South Africa.


The Special Recognition Award On Youth Entrepreneurship and Empowerment was received by A.Y.E board member, Mrs Bukola Enuha .


The event is also inspired by commitment to telling the Nigerian success stories in the Diaspora with specific focus on spotlighting Nigerians who are making positive impacts and contributing to the development of our community and that of the host community in general which The President Of Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs, Summy Smart Francis is recognised as one in a million due to his studious and diligence on Youth Entrepreneurship And Empowerment Programs.


The event is seen as an important communication tool to showcase the best of Nigerians in Diaspora and diverse Nigerian cultural heritage to our host society and the rest of the world.


Register For Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs Empowerment Nigeria ( AYEEN 2017) Networking With The Giants Conference, 


A Conference That Will Enable You To Network, Speak and Share Your Business Ideas One On One With Giants Like Aliko Dangote, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, Mrs Folorunsho Alakija, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Femi Otedola and many other Africa Giants .


President, Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs, Summy Smart Francis With Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, The Former President Of Nigeria.


To Register Visit Africa’s Young Entrepreneurs Website On :

www.ayeonline.org .

And Choose The Name Of the Giants you wish to meet and Network with.

How To Start Recharge Card Printing Business In Nigeria .

How To Start Recharge Card Printing Business In Nigeria  – Diligent Entrepreneurship

If you are not living in the rocks, I can bet you would have been hearing here and there that you can start recharge card printing business in Nigeria and start making cool money from the business. Well, it’s for real. Those recharge vouchers you by by the road side, in your street etc are printed by human beings who have same ONE head like yours. They don’t have TWO heads..lol. I’ve been printing recharge vouchers in Nigeria for the past 6 years.

Well, starting recharge card printing business is not rocket science. You only have to put some things in place and have a reliable recharge card dealer in Nigeria that will be supplying you ePins. Things you need to start recharge card printing business include :

1. Computer : can be a desktop computer or laptop
2. Printer: Laserjet recommended!
3. A4 papers
4. ePins of any network you want to print
5. Recharge card printing software eg NetDivo ePin Manager

things needed for recharge card printing

I did not include internet access because it’s not compulsory. Most recharge card printing softwares don’t require internet for printing recharge cards. More so, a dealer might be in your neighbourhood and getting epins from such a dealer might just be a matter of walking in to the dealer shop to pick up a flash drive or CD containing your epins.

If you are dealing with a dealer or sub dealer that is far away from you, then you will need internet access to download the epins sent they will be sending to your email. When doing this, it’s better you do it on your personal computer and not at a cyber cafe where anyone can access your email especially if you forget to sign out from your email account before leaving the cyber cafe.

Once you have your laptop, printer and papers ready, proceed to download recharge card printing software. Install it and ensure you learn how to use it.

You can download recharge card printing pdf by NetDivo to learn how to use the NetDivo ePin manager software for recharge cards printing.

You can download NetDivo recharge card printing software and install for FREE on your computer, but you will not be able to use it until you activate it. Activating the NetDivo software will cost you N9,500.

NetDivo epin manager

If you pay the N9,500 to activate your copy of the NetDivo software, you will get sample ePin file you can print out for training purposes only. More so, you will get contact details of where you can buy ePins of all networks in Nigeria.

Once you have mastered how to use the software and have the contact of where you can buy ePins, then proceed to order for your ePins. Once delivered to you, upload to the recharge card printing software and print them out accordingly.

Once printed, sell and make your money.

Mind you, the volume of your sales will determine how much money you can make from recharge card printing business in Nigeria.

I hope this helps.

Feel free to ask me questions via comments and please, SHARE this with your loved ones by making use of the share buttons below.

Happy Selling!

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Video Tutorial On How To Print Recharge Cards

How To Get Activation Code for NetDivo Recharge Card Printing Software

How To Grow Rice As An Agropreneur – Diligent Entrepreneurship

How to Grow Rice

Rice comes in long-grain, medium- and short-grain textures. It grows easily in your backyard, in a garden bed or in buckets, given the right amount of soil, water, and other nutrients. Short-grain, medium-grain and long-grain rice thrive in wet conditions, specifically standing puddles of water or swamp-like conditions. Once the rice grains develop, the water in which they grow must drain so that you can harvest and mill the crop. After the harvesting and milling processes, you can eat the rice.

Part One of Three:
Planting Your Rice

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    Purchase rice seeds from any gardening or farmers supply store. You may also buy rice seeds from a reputable supply store or seek help from the local agriculture field officer. There are five basic types of rice to choose from:[1]

    • Long-grain. This type of rice produces grains that are light and fluffy. It tends to be a bit drier than other varieties.
    • Medium-grain. This type is moist, tender, slightly sticky, and a little creamy when cooked. It has the same texture as long-grain.
    • Short-grain. When cooked, short-grain rice becomes soft and sticky. It’s also a little more sweet – this is the rice to use with sushi.
    • Sweet. This rice is sometimes called sticky rice, and is gooey when cooked. It’s often used for frozen products.
    • Aromatic. This type of rice has more flavor and fragrance than other varieties. This category includes Basmati, Jasmine, Red, and Black japonica.
    • Arborio. This type becomes creamy with a chewy center after cooking. It’s used primarily for risotto and other Italian dishes.
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    Choose your planting location. Make sure the soil in the area you’re planting consists of slightly acidic clay for the best results. You may also plant your rice seeds in plastic buckets with the same type of soil. Wherever you plant, make sure you have a reliable water source and a way to drain that water when you need to harvest.

    • Pick a location that receives full sunlight, as rice grows best with bright light and warm temperatures of at least 70° Fahrenheit (approximately 21° Celsius).
    • Consider the season – your area needs to allow for 3 to 6 months of plant and flower growth. Rice needs a long, warm growing season, so a climate like the southern United States is best. If you don’t have long periods of warmth, it may be best growing your rice inside.[2]
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    Gather at least 1 to 2 ounces (28.5 to 56.5 g) of rice seeds to sow. Soak the seeds in water to prep them for planting. Allow them to soak for at least 12 hours but not longer than 36 hours. Remove the seeds from the water afterward.

    • While your seeds are soaking, plan out where and how you want to plant them. Most prefer to plant the seeds in rows to make it easier to water and weed. Consider building trenches and blocking the ends so the water stays contained and dammed (berms can be used as well). That being said, the area doesn’t need to stay flooded per se, it just needs to stay wet.
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    Plant the rice seeds throughout the soil, during the fall or spring season. Get rid of the weeds, till the beds, and level the soil. If you are using buckets, fill them with at least 6 inches (15 cm) of moist soil. Then add the rice seeds.

    • Keep in mind that the area needs to be flooded with water. It’s much easier to flood a few smaller spaces than one larger one. If you’re planting outside, using several seed beds will be easier to manage and maintain.
    • If you plant in the fall, be sure to de-weed come spring. The rice seeds need all the nutrients and space they can get.

Part Two of Three:
Caring for Your Seedlings

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    Fill the buckets or the garden space with at least 2 inches (5.1 cm) of water. However, this is just an old school recommendation. Plenty of people say that keeping the soil consistently moist is plenty – it doesn’t necessarily need to be flooded.[3]This stage is up to you – just make sure it’s wet.

    • Add compost or mulch to the soil, slightly covering the rice grains. This will automatically tamp the seeds down into the soil. Organic compost holds moisture, so this is a good plan – especially in drier climes.
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    Observe the water levels of the planting area, keeping the soil constantly wet. If you’d like, maintain 2 inches (5.1 cm) of water for the rice to grow. At least make sure the soil is consistently wet, if not flooded. Expect to see shoots from the grains grow after about 1 week.

    • If your plants are in buckets, you may want to consider moving them at night (when it gets cooler) to a warmer spot. Rice thrive in warmth, and if the temperature dips, you’ll likely see stunted growth.
    • To emphasize that flooding policies differentiate from person to person, commercial rice-producing agencies sometimes flood up to eight inches.[4]You may wish to up the water as your plants climb to the 7 inch mark. What you practice is up to you.[5]
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    Thin, or space out, the rice seeds to prevent crowding. For best results, thin out the seedlings no more than 4 inches (10.2 cm) apart in rows that range between 9 to 12 inches (22.9 to 30.5 cm) apart. Allow the seeds to grow up to 7 inches (17.8 cm) tall, which takes on average of about one month.

    • Some people choose to start their plants off in a nursery bed since movement is always a part of the process anyway. If you follow this practice, transplant them when they reach 5-7 inches in height. They should be planted about a foot apart into a muddy bed.
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    Wait for the rice grains to mature. This will take approximately 3 or 4 months; during this time, they can reach up to 17 inches tall.[6] Let the water dry out or drain any excess water before removing the rice for harvesting. Over the course of the next two weeks, they’ll turn green to gold – that’s when you know they’re ready.

    • If you’re farming your rice, you may wish to drain the soil when the plants are about 15 inches (37.5 cm) tall, flood, and then drain again.[7] After that, continue as above, allowing the rice to dry and turn golden.

Part Three of Three:
Harvesting and Cooking Your Rice

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    Cut the stalks and let them dry. When the rice has turned gold (about 2 weeks or so after draining), they’re ready. Cut the stalks just under the heads, where the rice grains are placed. You’ll see little pockets at the top of the stalk that are unmistakably the hulls of the rice.

    • Let them dry for 2-3 weeks. With the stalks cut, wrap them in newspaper and keep them in a dry, sunny place for 2-3 weeks. The moisture needs to fully dry out for you to get at the grains cleanly.
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    Bake them at 180°F (82°C) for an hour. Take the heads and pop ’em in the oven for roasting.[8]It shouldn’t be too hot or the grains will burn. During this time, they should turn a darker shade of golden brown.
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    Separate the kernels from the hulls. After that time is up, let them cool. Then rub them with your hands (or use a mortar and pestle) to separate the kernels from the hulls.[9] Now you’re dealing with rice grains you’ll actually recognize. This will leave you with grains of rice that are ready for cooking and consumption.

    • For the record, this last bit can be quite tedious – after a handful or two, you’ll be glad for modern technology. Be patient – you’re doing it right, it just takes a while. When you’re done, you’ll be left with an amazing store of food you produced all by yourself.

How To Make Chinchin From Home Easily – Diligent Entrepreneurship.

How To Make Chin Chin ( Pastries )

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Chin Chin
Chin Chin is crunchy and a delight to all kinds of people from all part of the country and beyond. It could be cut into several sizes and shapes and used at home or during parties. Babies love it, kids love it and so do adults
  • Total Time: 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Serves: 5
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  • 250g Butter
  • 800g Flour
  • 150g Sugar
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tbsp Baking Powder
  • 1/4 tsp salt
  • Water
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  • Mix all dry ingredients through with your fingers
  • Add the butter, eggs and water until it holds together and does not stick to the hand or the bowl
  • Roll out on formica and cut out to your desired size and shape
  • Cut into small sizes as it will rise while frying
  • Deep frying only
  • Put a little at a time in hot oil
  • Stir only when it begins to get golden brown
  • Drain out when the it is even it is evenly fried

How To Prepare Edikang Ikong Soup – Diligent Entrepreneurship

Edikang Ikong

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Edikang Ikong
This is a highly nutritive delicacy in Akwa Ibom and Cross River States. It is highly recommended and enjoyed in many homes, hotels and restaurants. It can be eaten with rice or with any swallow



Tip: Waterleaf has water so ensure the stock is little but rich to avoid having too much water in the soup

  • 1kg beef
  • 1 cup of rich stock
  • 500g of pumpkin leaves, finely chopped
  • 400g of waterleaf or spinach, finely chopped
  • 400g dried fish
  • 300g stockfish, cleaned and softened
  • 200g kpomo
  • 1.5 cups crayfish, ground
  • Chilli pepper to taste
  • 3 seasoning cubes
  • 3 cups of palm oil
  • 1 onion bulb
  • Salt to taste
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  • Wash all the ingredients thoroughly
  • Season and boil your meat to make your stock
  • When the meat is soft, add the stockfish, kpomo and cook further
  • When you have about one cup of water in the pot, add the pumpkin leaves and cook for about 3minutes
  • Add the waterleaf, crayfish and the palm oil
  • Cook for about 5minutes
  • Add the seasoning cubes and pepper
  • Add salt to taste
  • Remove from heat

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