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In search of welfarism and betterment for Nigeria common man, small scale business owners, entrepreneur who aim to get big with time and follow due process, Over the weekend we met barrister Adetunji Adegboyega the brain behind Hesges Synergy Investment plan network plan.

Barr. Adetunji Adegboyega is the chairman CEO of Hesges Synergy Nigeria Limited.

In this exclusive interview he speaks on what Hesges Synergy is all about, he said further that, it is what an average Nigerian needs to be part of because it will be useful to them one day.

” Hesges Synergy is a business development and investment network. Simply called HS, the aim of the company is to bring people of like minds together to create an unbreakable network that helps each one of them to achieve their individual goals and objectives. It is a business development and investment network that is tailored to fit individual plans of members of the network.

The purpose of the network is to create a financial pool that helps members to fulfil their dreams. What individuals cannot achieve on their own and with their resources they will be able to achieve leveraging on the strength of the group.

Whatever your state or position in life HS is there to help you realise your goals, visions and dreams. In as much as our individual goals and objectives differ in life and what we need to achieve them also differs, what HS does is to create a financial pot from where each member can take whatever they need. In Nigeria, as well as most third world countries, a lot of individual’s dreams go unfulfilled because of lack of financial capabilities occasioned majorly because access to funds is principally through the bank or other formal financial sector operators or through family and friends. Banks do not fund start-ups predominantly and most people do not have relatives with funds to help realise their dreams ” he said

Furthermore, Barr. Tunji said ” Thus in a country of predominantly poor or below average people; in a country where majority are struggling to eat, pursuing their dreams becomes an impossibility and so many dreams die with the dreamers, many visions perish with the visionary, HS is here to bridge this gap by helping the helpless in bringing their dreams to fruition ONLY by their being a part of the financial network.

How it works :

The individual come into the network by bringing his or her meagre contributions which is then put into the network pool to become a substantial whole from which each member can then partake without prejudices. Please note it is not an alternative to banks and other financial institutions. HS is a super-partner in progress for all categories of persons. From the unemployed graduate looking for work to the indigent entrepreneur. From the market woman in need of steady supply of goods with minimal advance financial commitment to the student with the right ideas! From the artisan looking for funds to support his or her trade to the shopper who craves credible and transparent discounts; HS is there to support you “, Barrister Tunji explained.

How to join :

Interested candidate can join online at or visit any of the liason office close to them.

However, one thousand Naira is for registration while two thousand Naira will contributed monthly like subscription or membership fee.

The selling point, he said ” after being a member for four consecutive months, he or she is qualified to submit a proposal that will be financed and monitored by the company”

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FCTA uncovers illegal oil refining warehouse in Abuja




In continuation of the city cleaning exercise, Authorities of the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) with operatives of security personnel have uncovered an illegal oil refining warehouse in Mabushi, opposite Mobile filling station on Ahmadu Bello way in Abuja.


The Director, Department of Development Control, FCTA, Mukhtar Galadima after the operation on Thursday, said the illegal refining site was discovered during the continuation of the city cleaning exercise.


According to him, about three to four plot of lands designated for commercial purposes have been converted to an area where oil and diesel are being adulterated and circulated to other parts of the city.


Galadima explained that the city sanitation task force will look into the provision of the law and make necessary recommendations to the FCT Administration for further actions on the plots used for the activity.


He said there was no arrest but the items used in carrying out the illegal refining have been impounded.


Galadima said, “During the continuation of our city sanitation exercise in Mabushi opposite Mobile filling station on Ahmadu way, we discovered an illegal refining site where oil and diesel are being adulterated, we have done the needful by moving the items to Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps.


“From what we have seen so far, about three or four pilot of lands designated for commercial purposes have been converted to unapproved activities, which we believe the owners are fully aware, there will be consequences.


“We are going to look at the provision of the law and make necessary recommendations to the FCT Administration”


He said the administration will continue to go tough on activities being carried out without government approval,  especially revocation of the titles.


Collaborating, Head, operations FCT Directorate of Road Traffic Service (DRTS), Deborah Osho said the city management team during the exercise also discovered that most of the areas in the Nation’s capital have been converted to illegal car mart and motor parks.


She disclosed that fifteen vehicles have so far been impounded since the operation commenced about two days.

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Central Bank To Freeze Accounts Without BVN, NIN From April 2024




The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) said on Friday that it will freeze accounts without a Bank Verification Number (BVN) or National Identification Number (NIN) from April 2024.

This is according to a Friday circular by the apex bank which said a BVN or NIN verification will be “conducted shortly”.

It also said all BVN or NIN attached to accounts/wallets must be electronically revalidated by January 31, 2024, according to the circular by the CBN Director of Payments System Management Department Chibuzo Efobi, and the Director of Financial Policy and Regulation Department Haruna Mustapha.

More details later….


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Adebayo Alli: Guinness Nigeria gets new Managing Director, Its first Nigerian CEO since 2015 …..




Guinness Nigeria has announced the appointment of Mr Adebayo Alli as its new Managing Director, its first Nigerian MD since 2015.

The appointment comes after John Musunga, the now erstwhile MD of Guinness Nigeria moved to become Diageo Africa’s Managing Director for Southern, West, and Central Africa.

The announcement was given after the company’s board meeting held on Monday, November 27, 2023.

According to the corporate filing on NGX’s website signed by the Company Secretary, Abidemi Ademola, Adebayo Alli would resume his new role within the company on January 1, 2024.

Profile of Adebayo Alli …..

Adebayo Alli, a mechanical engineer by training, holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Ibadan and an MSc in Advanced Process Engineering from Loughborough University, UK.

He joined Diageo, owner of Guinness Nigeria in 2005 as a Packaging Operations Support Manager. Since then, he has gone on to work as project lead for a business transformation project in Meta Abo Brewery Limited, Ethiopia, another of Diageo Africa’s businesses. In 2014, he became a plant manager at the Meta Abo Brewery, and in 2015, Supply Chain Director.

Upon his return to Nigeria in 2017, he assumed the role of Operations Director at Guinness Nigeria before shifting his focus towards general management, venturing into multiple senior commercial sales positions within Guinness Nigeria PLC.

His trajectory saw a brief tenure between 2019 and 2020 as the Director for IPS, Reserve & Modern Trade. Subsequently, in 2020, Bayo ascended to the role of Commercial Director at Guinness Nigeria.

What you should know….

Guinness Nigeria’s last Nigerian MD was Seni Adetu who served between 2012 and 2015. Since him, John O’Kefee an Irish man became the MD, followed by Peter Ndegwa, a Kenyan, Baker Magunda, another Kenyan, then John Musunga, also another Kenyan.

Guinness Nigeria Plc is majorly owned by Diageo Plc with a 58% stake. In the past, Diageo’s only footprint in Nigeria was through Guinness Nigeria and the Managing Director of Guinness Nigeria also doubled as the head of the Diageo brand in the country.

However, after Diageo announced a discontinuation of its import deal with Guinness Nigeria, which meant Guinness Nigeria would no longer import Johnnie Walker and Baileys into Nigeria, it was also announced that Diageo was creating a new “wholly owned spirits-focused business” to manage the importation and distribution of those premium spirits brand in West and Central Africa. Presumably, John Musunga is resuming to head this new business.

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