100 Best Businesses to Start Before You Graduate











100 Best Businesses (Download Free Version Here)

Copyright © 2011 by Tope Omotere
ISBN 978-9784964029

The essence of existence is to leave the world better than we met it. The youth who comprise the bulk of Nigerian undergraduates should strive to achieve this status of leaving the world better than they met it. However, in an age dominated by unbridled poverty, grave unemployment and dearth of essential necessities of life, the youth are challenged in many facets. At a time when the tuition fee is not forthcoming, books are not at affordable prices, cost of transportation is skyrocketing, adequate feeding is a mirage, cost of accommodation is high, health services is expensive, the undergraduate that must swim to glory must be creative and positive in leading a successful life.

This book, 100 Best Businesses to Start Before You Graduate is about freeing oneself from the shackles of poverty, intellectual bankruptcy, mediocrity, frustration and delusion. The book instills confidence in the ability of the individual to solve his financial problems without resorting to criminality. It reinforces the innate ability to be creative and productive, rather than to be idle and dependent.

The book is divided into seven main chapters which are preceded by an introduction. This introduces the reader to why one needs a business of his or her own while pursuing high grade simultaneously. Chapter one centres on the experience of the authors in the business world as undergraduates. This chapter must be read by any undergraduate intending to start a business no matter the scale. Chapter two is a graphic illustration of about 100 business opportunities which students can do while on campus. Chapters three and four are useful guide to starting a profitable campus business. Chapters five and six discuss the salient points on marketing strategies and how to combine academics with business. The last chapter introduces the reader to legal ways by which start-up money could be raised for campus business.




The Next Infornaire:8 Online Business Systems Created by Internet Billionaires that will Earn You $1000 Monthly

Next Infonaire

The Next Infonaire (Download Free Version Here)

Copyright © 2014 by Tope Omotere
ISBN-13: 978-1497596573
ISBN-10: 1497596572

Few internet billionaires wish you buy into their system and make you a millionaire over time. Google, Amazon, eBay, Alibaba, are good examples. The owners of these sites are billionaires. Theirs take time, careful practice and a lot of wise investments. But, using their system is a bullet-proof approach to making money online.

On the other hand, most internet millionaires wish you don’t know about the online businesses that make the most money. They wish you buy their information packed materials that will make you a millionaire overnight. Theirs does not need a website, internet experience or even selling any product. In fact, it needs nothing from you other than your purchasing power of information products. In the end, it fails, leaving many online business starters scammed.

And so what?

This book identifies the 8 most profitable online businesses these internet billionaires and very few internet millionaires’ offers; and how you can leverage on their system to become an infonaire.

Buy Book: N1000 (soft copy). Or buy hard copy from Amazon ($6).

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Omotere Tope holds N.C.E.(History/C.R.S.) from Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Lagos;  B.A. Ed. (History & Diplomatic Studies) from Tai Solarin University of Education, Ogun; and M.A. (History & International Studies) from University of Ilorin, Kwara. He has undergone training at the United States Institute of Peace with Certificate of Course Completion in Conflict Analysis (online). He has publised peer reviewed articles in local and international journals. His areas of expertise is foreign policy, cultural history and contemporary international politics.

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Background to the Study

The history of Nigerian foreign policy since 1960 has constantly been changing, though the principles guiding its foreign relations remain the same. Nigerian leaders are largely responsible for these unstable external relations. Since Nigeria’s foreign policy is deeply rooted in Africa with strategic emphasis on political and economic cooperation, peaceful dispute resolution, and global nonalignment, Nigerian leaders also have their attention fixed on the successful implementation of these principles. However, the influence of personality on Nigeria’s relations with other countries cannot be totally ignored as different leaders adopt different styles in conducting external relations.

Examining the personality of the leader both at the theoretical and practical levels is therefore important in understanding Nigeria’s foreign policy. Again, analysis of Nigeria’s foreign policy shows that her leaders operate within four “concentric circles” of national interest. The innermost circle represents Nigeria’s own security, independence and prosperity and is centered on its immediate neighbours – Benin, Cameroon, Chad and Niger; the second circle revolves around Nigeria’s relations with its West African neighbors; the third circle focuses on continental African issues of peace, development and democratization; and the fourth circle involves Nigeria’s relations with organizations, institutions and states outside Africa. With this in mind, each Nigerian head of state or president work to ensure that no single part is defected in pursuing the country’s foreign policy. Evidence abound on how past Nigerian heads of state or presidents have worked within these four concentric circles.

At independence, Nigeria as a sovereign state began to conduct her foreign relations under the political and governmental leadership of its Prime Minister, the late Alhaji (Sir) Abubakar Tafawa Balewa whose administration emphasized Africa to be centerpiece of Nigeria’s foreign policy. His own foreign relation was pro-west particular with Britain, Nigeria’s erstwhile colonial master. With the bloody military coup of January 15, 1966, the late Major General J.T.U. Aguiyi Ironsi came to power only, to be killed in a counter coup staged six months later. This development brought the General Yakubu Gowon to power. Gowon borrowed a leaf from Balewa by being pro—West in his foreign affairs. He entered into agreement with Britain, the United States and other Europeans countries. However, his administration reluctantly allowed the Soviet Union to open its embassy in Lagos.
The Gowon led Federal Military Government was sacked in a bloodless coup which led to the assumption of power by the late General Murtala Ramat Mohammed and the General (now Chief) Olusegun Obasanjo who was his second in command and Chief of Staff Supreme Headquarters.


Generally, Nigeria’s increasing profile in its foreign relations implies that the nation has regained its role as a leading player in multilateral politics and diplomacy. lt can be said therefore that period covering 1999-2007 Nigeria’s foreign policy received a new turn in restoring the image of the country through a global shuttle diplomacy of President Olusegun Obasanjo.

Objectives of the Study
This study seeks to achieve the following objectives:
(i) Provide a detailed background to Nigeria’s foreign policy under successive governments from 1960 to 2007 focusing on their achievements and shortcomings;
(ii) Examine the impact of personality of the leaders on foreign policy decision making in Nigeria;
(iii) Analyse the policy of economic partnership especially with the western powers and the implication of this partnership on Nigeria economic growth between 1960 and 2007; and lastly,
(iv) Discuss the contributions of (Nigeria under the various administrative governments to the security and peace—building in Africa;

Scope and Limitations of the Study
This study focuses on Nigeria’s foreign policy from 1960 to 2007. It looks at the influence of personality on the conduct of foreign policy. Other areas which this study covers include the domestic factors that influenced Nigerian foreign policy since 1960. Moreover, the key achievements of various administrations in domestic economic growth, political stability, regional security, and international participation are covered in this research. However, the research will be limited to the foreign policy implementations of the various administrations and does not intend to provide a comprehensive study of all the foreign policy decision making process in Nigeria.


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