Chinedu Amadi

Chinedu Stanley Amadi is a Nigerian geologist with 15 years’ experience in exploration, production and unconventional resources in the petroleum sector. He is an active real estate investor with over 7 years’ experience and currently the Director of Operations in DuKAN Group which consist of DuKAN Stanley Limited, DuKAN George Limited and DuKAN Michelle Nig. Limited.

He is pioneering the family heritage estate known as Vino Estate Gardens and Homes (VEGAHs) to solve the accommodation challenges in Nigeria. Continue reading “Chinedu Amadi”

Networking and Digital Marketing

Business networking is the process of establishing a mutually beneficial relationship with other business people and potential clients and/or customers.

The marketing of products or services using digital channels to reach consumers.

Key objective is to promote brands through various forms of digital media.

View the presentation for more details.


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With 30,000 snails, one can produce hundreds of eggs and when hatched 1,000,000 snails, which worth more than N5 million twice a year. So one can make money from both the eggs when they hatch and the appreciation of the size of the snails.

If your startup capital is #100,000 for example, you can generate the sun of #1,000, 000 in one year. Some people in other livestock may earn another #100,000, if they met no risk in a year.

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Cucumber fruits are harvested before they are mature, which varies between 1 and 2 weeks depending on when they flower. The time of first harvest is around 40 to 60 days after they have been sowed. This again varies as per the climate, and can be done either every other day or after a gap of a few days.

Some seeds can produce 1tonne of cucumber per hectare each harvest; others can produce 500kg, 200kg, even as low as 50kg. And some can produce up to 2-3 tonnes under the same agricultural conditions.

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Real estate investing involves the purchase, ownership, management, rental and/or sale of real estate for profit making. Investing in real estate is never a wrong choice to make on every level as real estate commodities tends to increase in value day-by-day.

Real estate is an asset form with limited liquidity relative to other investments, it is also capital intensive (although capital may be gained through mortgage leverage) and is highly cash flow dependent.

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Water Treatment

Water Problems And Corrections
Many people determine the quality of the water they consume by how it smells, tastes or looks. Although these are important criteria, they are primarily aesthetic properties of the water. A glass of water may not look, smell or taste good, but it could still be suitable to drink from a health standpoint. The way water looks, smells and tastes can be used to help determine what type of treatment is necessary to improve the quality of the water. Continue reading “Water Treatment”

Rainwater Harvesting

Rainwater harvesting is an ancient technique enjoying a revival in popularity due to the inherent quality of rainwater and interest in reducing consumption of treated water. Rainwater is valued for its purity and softness. It has a nearly neutral pH, and is free from disinfection by-products, salts, minerals, and other natural and man-made contaminants. Plants thrive under irrigation with stored rainwater. Appliances last longer when free from the corrosive or scale effects of hard water. Users with potable systems prefer the superior taste and cleansing properties of rainwater.

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Poultry Farming Practical Guide

Poultry Farming is probably one of the most lucrative farming business you can do especially when it is setup and managed properly. The farmers we currently have are not producing enough poultry and will not be enough even in the next ten years! This aspect of livestock farming presents one of the finest opportunity for entrepreneurs to make good money within the shortest period of time possible. This is made possible due to the quick maturity of chickens. Continue reading “Poultry Farming Practical Guide”

Production Guidelines Watermelon

Watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) is a warm, long-season crop. Watermelon
has been marginally competitive in the 2000 to 2003 production seasons
as a vegetable crop.

Production has declined in the past years. Some
decrease has been the result of increased yields. However, much of the
decline was the result of reduced consumer demand, leading to the sale
of poor-quality melons. Efforts at many research stations have helped Continue reading “Production Guidelines Watermelon”