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7 Hilarious Laws that You don’t know exist in African Countries

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Malawi

Guys, this one is not funny at all. Not by once bit. In Malawi, if you make the mistake of farting in public, you have committed a ‘criminal’ offense. Those of us who are professionals when it comes ‘messing’ must find a way to steer clear of Malawi or else may be found guilty of misdemeanor. It is against the laws of the land.

 

 

Somalia

Okay guys, if mistakenly wake up to find yourself in Somalia, one thing you mustn’t do, else you get yourself in trouble with the authorities is to carry old chewing gum, by sticking it to the tip of your nose. It is illegal and can get you a ticket to jail. You say?

 

 

Swaziland

This one’s for the ladies. Ladies, if your man is from Swaziland, you may think twice before say, ‘’Yes I do.’ The catch? If you ever make the mistake of putting on pants, or what we call trousers around here; be it jeans trouser, leggings or anything wey long, wey be like man clothe, dem fit pull am for street. It is illegal.

 

 

Chad

Guys chill 😉 I know some of y’ll will be wondering Chad ke? Wetin I wan go find for there. But make una no forget say abroad na abroad; and Chad na abroad ehen J. We know say una like selfie, but abeg if you go try am for Chad, na arrest straight. It is illegal to take photographs in Chad with a proper permission from the government.

 

Mauritania

If after being a Muslim you wake up one morning to say that you are no longer interested, the Mauritania government has said that it is not possible. Ko Possible. You’d be given 3 days to repent of your decision after which you’d be put to death. Not kidding fam. No woke twitter to protest anything.

 

 

Kenya
In Kenya, you can be arrested for walking around with no money in your pocket. Guys, it’s a crime to be poor in Kenya. If you no get money, hide ya face, else you may end up in Kenyan SARS cell.

 

 

Guinea

If your name is Monica and you are planning on traveling to Guinea, think again. It is illegal—it is a crime to bear the name Monica in Guinea.

 

 

In Nigeria, wearing a tattoo, or owning an iPhone or having a car as a young person is a crime because, if SARS catches you, errr errrr, you know the rest. I didn’t say it o. Ehen. 

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Three Crucial Tips For Effective Self-Promotion

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Speaking highly of yourself to others might be uncomfortable, but it could benefit you and your career or business. Positive self-appraisal is a major reason many workers advance to higher positions, and it’s a technique that every worker or entrepreneur should practice.

“Self-promotion is a necessary tool to help professionals elevate into the next stage of their careers, especially if their peers do not properly recognize them,” said Vanessa Fioravante-Cuomo, principal and co-founder of ANDER & Co.

However, there’s a fine line between self-promoting and bragging. You can share your success and attributions without coming off as a boaster. Here are three tips to help you master the art of self-promotion.

What is self-promotion?

Self-promotion is the use of tools such as social media, marketing, and branding to make your services, expertise, interests, skills, strengths, and talents readily known to potential new clients. Self-promotion has existed for as long as businesses have – even the very first workers in the Industrial Revolution had to promote themselves to find work – and has been all around you for your entire life, even if you haven’t noticed it.

Flyers that you encounter at libraries, grocery stores, and community centers are self-promotion. Ads that people or small businesses take out in local newspapers are self-promotion. Most prominently, people posting about their career, job, or services on the internet – whether on social media or classified ads sites such as Craigslist and Fiverr – is self-promotion. Even an ordinary resume could be considered a self-promotion item.

Why is self-promotion important?

In the modern gig economy, more people are becoming entrepreneurs or freelancers. Self-promotion is vital to stand out against your plentiful competition. Potential clients could easily choose to hire someone other than you, read more…

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Top 3 Social Trading Platforms For Copy Trading

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Let’s talk about social trading networks, shall we?

Imagine earning from Forex or a trade without having to dedicate most of your time and resources. Imagine the ease of learning how each strategy works when it comes to trading. This is what social trading allows you to do and far more. What is social trading? You might ask, don’t worry, I will tell you.

Social trading is a form of investment that permits investors to watch the trading behaviors of both their peers and experts within the trading world. It allows you to follow their investment strategies using either copy trading or mirror trading.

This method of trading makes it easy for beginners to link their trading accounts to those of expert traders and imitate their trades automatically. It was even described by the World Economic Forum as a low, sophisticated alternative to traditional wealth managers. Little or no knowledge of the financial markets is needed.

Lately, social trading is being talked about as one of the best things to have happened to the online trading community. There are numerous Social trading platforms out there, it keeps increasing. However, here is our Top Three Social Trading Platforms with some of their main features;

1. Etoro

Founded and run by Yoni Assia, eToro is a great platform for starting traders. It provides a huge variety of investments and also a community of traders where users have the opportunity of interacting with each other like every other social media platform. With their News Feeds feature, users have the opportunity to monitor and manually copy any trader of their choice.

This platform has an interesting feature called the Copy Trading where users can automatically copy traders in bits thereby managing both exposures and risks. What I love the most about this platform is the free and unlimited demo account made available to everyone.

2. Naga Trader

They boast of having some of the best social trading features that include social networking, social trading, copy trading, and innovative investment services such as the NAGA portfolios.

Social networking involves, starting a unique project that traders from all over the world can join hands to work on. Copy-trading allows Naga traders to reproduce the success of elite traders and make it their trades.  These two practices have gained popularity within the global markets so much that Naga Traders were nicknamed – the “Tinder Of Trading”. This platform also gives you access to their social trading network where you meet, interact, and share with fellow NAGA traders

3. ZuluTrade

Founded in 2017, ZuluTrade is a Social trading system that works with dozens of brokers. It is best for hosting the most advanced social trading features. This platform works by gathering many elite investor trading data and records their trading strategies. You can analyze this in a minute and replicate their performance by customizing the risk and investment management. You can also have access to a free demo account, where would practically learn how to start and clarify your ideas.

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