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This would be best as a hub I would say. Also you are writing against the background of Nigerian email scams that are the most common news about Nigeria - the chances of getting sarcastic answers are pretty high - here or in a hub. I would start it about business and bring in Nigeria later in the piece if were doing it.
thanks a lot, but as a Nigerian, I do not believe that Nigerians are scammers. true, there may be a few bad eggs, but you will still find scammers in every country of the world. Nigerians are honest and dedicated and hardworking people.
I know this - but I was talking about peoples perception of Nigeria.
You do need to take into account the worldwide perception of Nigerian-based fraud, though. it's an obstacle which must be overcome.
I found the piece informative, except for this part:
>> Forget your "ego" and turn it into "ego", because only then would you have a truly refined ego. >>
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