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Epizi

When you read such business report, you start wondering the background of the reporter.It sounds too ought to introduce your peice with US and yet you give no reason in the the rest of your article why that is important, yet you go on to report minutes from a board meeting.

Well, if you were trying to market the said company, then you have instead help to paint it too black for potential investors.Please you guys must try to articulate your piece and choose the right caption that reflects.

Just a pointer-

CountryFowl

The caption reads " Group to Spur Investment ".

What is the capital of this group...??
What investment projects has the group undertaken before going public to sell shares....??
Is there a history or a business profile of it's individual members from which would be investors can reference before putting in money...??
What are the purpose and objectives of the group in brief outline...?
Market studies to justify their ventures....??
Real estate in a crumbling economy...??

Or is it the usual westernized form of advanced 419 with sophisticated run around semantics & polite euphemisms to disguise and befuddle would-be-victims & other easy prey to part with their hard earned monies and savings.

Is this different from the numerous ubiquitous ponzi schemes that have thrown the financial world into chaos and left a whole lot of people in despair and destitution...??

Chairman, Vice Chairman, CFO, CEO, et cetera et cetera, do they know what these titles denote...??
the expectant pay packages that go along with them....??
and on whose cost....???

And this line:

" Mbunkur noted that they will move towards attaining the goal set by the company through proper management of the shareholders and also effectively discharging their duties. "

The groups main focus and dependency is first on the shareholders...??
or in other words shareholders should begin sustaining their positions and salaries for the group to begin functioning....???


What a scheme..!!!

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