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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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Controversial Sterling Bank caught in the act! CBN sanctions, parades officials for hoarding new naira notes [VIDEO]




Officials of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) have discovered N6 million of the new naira notes hoarded in Sterling Bank Plc, Ado Ekiti branch on Bank Road, Ado Ekiti in Ekiti State, having received the funds for over two weeks, THE WITNESS reports.


In a trending video on social media, seen by THE WITNESS, a man who identified himself as Oluwole Owoeye, a deputy director of CBN, while monitoring the distribution of the new naira notes in the state, was seen questioning the bank officials as to why they have not uploaded the funds into their Automated Teller Machines, (ATMs), despite having six of the machines in place.


The CBN director also announced a fine of N1 million for each day the fund was in the bank’s custody.


The CBN official said, “I am currently at Sterling Bank, on Bank Road as part of the new naira notes monitoring compliance with the guidelines by CBN. They have N6 million, which they collected from the bank for almost two weeks, they have not disbursed any. They said they are yet to configure their ATMs, I do not know why that and I have brought attention to the penalty clause of N1 million per day, because they have five ATMs here, they have no reason for keeping this money.


“The zonal service manager, Tunde Onipede promised that by 10:00am latest tomorrow (Monday), because I told him by latest 10:00 am I’ll be here and I want to see the machine dispensing this money.


“What is the name again? Olumide Owolabi (Service Manager, Ado) & Motunrayo Babayele. My name is Oluwole Owoeye and I am a deputy director of CBN.”



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FCMB Manager Arrested For Hoarding New Naira Notes



A manager of the First City Monument Bank (FCMB) branch in Osogbo, Osun State capital, has been arrested for allegedly preventing Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) loaded with cash from dispensing money to customers.

The spokesperson of the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offenses Commission (ICPC), Azuka Ogugua, in a statement on Friday said the cash bundles were loaded into the ATMs while still wrapped, and as such, could not be dispensed through the machines

“The ICPC Compliance Team in Osogbo has busted an FCMB in Osogbo, Osun State, where some ATMs were loaded with cash with their wrappers un-removed, thus preventing the cash from being dispensed.

“The Team, therefore, directed that the wrappers be removed, and the cash loaded properly’.

Similarly, seven Point of Sale (POS) operators as well as a security guard were arrested during the ongoing exercise in Osun State for charging exorbitant commissions for cash.

Investigations, however, revealed that they got the money from Filling Stations that collect new notes from fuel buyers, but they then resell the cash to the public at exorbitant rates.

The arrested persons are helping the Commission with information to assist investigations and bust any syndicates involved in the hoarding or sales of the redesigned notes.


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New naira: ICPC arrests Stanbic IBTC Bank manager over sabotage



The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission (ICPC), has arrested an official of Stanbic IBTC Bank in Abuja for alleged sabotage.

The ICPC spokesperson, Azuka Ogugua, said the development was in continuation of ICPC’s clampdown on elements frustrating efforts in making the redesigned Naira notes available to members of the public.

The bank official, who is the branch service head of Stanbic IBTC Bank, Deidei Branch in Abuja, was taken into custody for her deliberate refusal to upload cash into the branch’s Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) even when the cash was available and people were queuing at the ATM points.

The statement reads: “When the ICPC monitoring team stormed the bank at about 1:30pm on Friday to ensure compliance, and demanded explanation as to why all the ATMs were not dispensing cash, the team was informed by the branch’s head of operations that the bank just got delivery of the cash.

“However, facts available to the ICPC operatives indicated that the branch took delivery of the cash earlier around 11:58am and either willfully or maliciously refused to feed the ATMs with the cash.

“Against this backdrop, the ICPC team compelled the bank to load the ATMs with the redesigned Naira notes and ensured that they were all dispensing before arresting the culprit.

“The ICPC said investigations were still ongoing and the Commission will take appropriate actions as soon they are concluded.

“Similarly, seven Point of Sale (PoS) operators as well as a security guard were arrested during an ongoing exercise in Osun State for charging exorbitant commissions for cash.

“Investigations, however, revealed that they got the money from Filling Stations that collect new notes from fuel buyers, but they then resell the cash to the public at exorbitant rates.

“The arrested persons were helping the anti-graft commission with information to assist investigations and bust other syndicates involved in the hoarding and sales of the redesigned Naira notes,” the anti-graft agency said.


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