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Learn To Buy And Sell In Today’s Global Markets

Posted by: Wisdom O. Ogbor - Houston, Texas
Monday, January 1st, 2018 - 2:30 pm
The advent of the Internet has made the world one global market. This means that wherever you are, it is now easy to buy anything from anywhere, and have it delivered to you wherever you choose to. But of course, in order to function very well, this market is depending heavily on some very important players. You must ask yourself, where do you fit in, in this global market economy? Are you one of these important market players, earning your own money, or are you just a consumer enriching the marketers? No matter where you may find yourself, it is a win-win situation. The market is ripe for all participants, and here at Real Roots International magazine, we are introducing our initiative to connect the market to consumers, and vice versa, through our business, marketing, and consumer platform.

For the purposes of taking a full advantage of all the potentials of this market, we recommend that you can be a consumer as well as a producer of services on this platform. Our partners are the Internet service providers, the buyers, the sellers, and the shipping companies who make sure that all the goods bought and sold, are delivered safely and accurately.

Now, we take our readers in Africa for example. If you can envision any business you can start, to make legal products available for sale, locally and internationally, you can benefit from our platform. At the same time, if you can think of anything that you may like to buy, as long as it is legally allowed for you to buy, we can also be of service to you. This is because we are linking you with people in the global market so that you can all do business together. We are also linking you with shippers who will make sure that your items, bought or sold, can be delivered safely and affordably for you.

In America and Europe, here are some of the things that people are buying and shipping back to countries in Africa, Asia, Mexico and Central America; People are buying and shipping Cars, Electronics, Computers, Cell Phones, Bicycles, Motorcycles, Clothing, Agricultural Machinery, None Perishable Food Stuff, and many other things. At the same time, foreigners, like Africans living in Europe and America, are looking to buy Food Stuffs from their homelands, traditional and cultural things that are not available in the western countries. There are already many reliable players filling in the needs in these markets, and their services are additionally available to all participants on our marketing programs.

We are partnering with many shipping companies after vetting them to be sure and confident of their services. One of the reliable shipping companies in the United States of America that has been vetted by Real Roots International magazine, and meets the standard required for our recommendation, is Emmango Anyarism Shipping LLC. This company has strategic shipping offices worldwide to offer an affordable and effective service to clients wishing to ship any goods anywhere in the world. Participants from our platform in California, New York and Houston contacted Emmango Anyarism Shipping LLC and other competing companies to ship cars and other goods to Africa.

It was observed That Emmango Anyarism Shipping LLC was more flexible in dealing with our partners. While other companies charged very high non-negotiable fees, Emmango shipping was willing to negotiate with us on fees that were affordable on an individual basis. They were able to ship from ports in Los Angeles, Houston and New York. And if one had a favorite port, they were willing to truck goods for customers to their preferred port of embarkation. The CEO of the company, Chief Emmanuel Anyatonwu expressed to Real Roots International magazine that his intention in the business is to gain his customers’ trusts and benefit from their repeat business. That, he accomplishes by delivering on time, protecting the goods that his company delivers from embarkation, to destination, and offering customs and clearing services for goods that require them at their destinations. And on that, our partners have scored Emmango Anyarism Shipping LLC as our preferred and trusted company on this platform.

With all the aspects necessary for success in the global market now considered, we invite you to be a participant with us on our platform. Register your business and your company here so that others may know you and seek your services.



How You Can Invest In Nigeria's Film Industry Now!

Posted by: Business Desk - Asaba, Nigeria
Posted on: Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 - 11:07 pm

Nigeria has a very successful film industry rated number three in the world, behind America’s Hollywood and India’s Bollywood. This industry known as Nollywood, boasts of highly acclaimed Nigerian film practitioners who produce thousands of movies every year, and the movies are well watched in Africa and all around the world. As such, Nigeria is attracting a lot of foreign interests as investors now look to invest little money for lots of financial returns in this budding industry. Some of the very successful movies produced in this industry with collaboration with international investors, include “Half Of A Yellow Sun”, directed by Biyi Bandele, “30 Days In Atlanta”, directed by Robert Peters, “The Wedding Party”, by Kemi Adetiba, and many others.

How can one invest in Nigeria’s movie industry? Well, you have to be well connected with actors, producers and directors who are constantly shopping their movie ideas for financing. You have to also know who you can trust, as not all of them who set out to get your money for a film project are really genuine. Or you have to go with this write-up, because we are lucky to associate with a film school in Nigeria, that has put up a financial plan recently, to produce a movie, tapping on the resources of several alumni they have trained over the years, and their access to Hollywood trained collaborators.

John Chuka is a Hollywood trained movie director who has gone to Nigeria to use his experience to set up a film school. This school is known as Asaba Film Academy (AFA), where Mr. Chuka has been training Nigerians to be useful in the Nollywood movie industry, sharpening their skills with art that Americans use in dazzling Hollywood productions. With so many people now trained, Asaba Film Academy is set to produce their first feature length movie, and you could be a partner in this venture with investments ranging from US$14.00 to under US$3000.00. How is that? The following is part of the plan that the school has made available for anyone who is interested in making a little money with them in Nigeria’s lucrative movie industry. They call it “Crowd Funding”, but instead of donating your money here, you make your money back, and also share in the money the movie makes. The title of this movie is “Love Covenant”.

ASABA FILM ACADEMY; INVESTMENT PLAN FOR A MOVIE PRODUCTION Crowd Funding! That's what it is. Asaba Film Academy (AFA) has trained about 150 creative and passionate Nigerians almost at a zero cost to the trainees. Now we need to get them gainful employment in the Nigerian film industry, Nollywood.

Working with AFA trainees and Nollywood veterans, AFA wants to execute her maiden film project, Love Covenant. AFA wants to partner with you for the purpose of getting and keeping the AFA trainees gainfully employed in Nollywood. You can be part of this project by investing a convenient token in the proposed film project.

The film budget is estimated at NGN4M (Four Million Naira), but we can make it happen with NGN1M (One Million Naira), given the knowledge and resources we have at AFA. Funds generated from crowd funding are typically considered donations. AFA wants to do it differently. We would like to partner with you as investors and not donors. Invest any convenient amount of funding toward the film’s budget and become a part owner of the proposed film project. As a part owner, you're entitled to participate in a 50/50 profit sharing arrangement with AFA.

We need 200 part owners to invest NGN5K (Five Thousand Naira) each to raise NGN1M (One Million Naira). Investing NGN10K (Ten Thousand Naira) each, 100 part owners can raise the required NGN1M (One Million Naira). At NGN20K (Twenty Thousand Naira) each, 50 part owners can crowd fund this project of good will. 25 part owners can invest NGN40K (Forty Thousand Naira) each to make it happen. At the exchange rate of NGN365 = US$1 (Three Hundred and Sixty Five Naira to One Dollar), NGN1M (One Million Naira) amounts to USD2,740 (Two Thousand Seven Hundred and Forty Dollars). NGN5K (Five Thousand Naira) amounts to USD14 (Fourteen Dollars). NGN10K (Ten Thousand Naira) amounts to USD27 (Twenty Seven Dollars). NGN20K (Twenty Thousand Naira) amounts to USD55 (Fifty Five Dollars). NGN40K (Forty Thousand Naira) amounts to USD110 (One Hundred and Ten Dollars).

It will take about 2-3 months for AFA to execute the film project and reimburse your investment, and also start rewarding you with a profit, which will be determined by how much you invested, relative to the total token of funds (Film budget). Please, note that all investments will be refunded in the event that AFA is unable to execute the proposed film project, Love Covenant, as planned.

If you would like to join this project, please call the Administrator at +234 816 965 3405 for further enquiries.


MEXODUS: Forget The Border Wall, Buy Land In Mexico!

Posted by: Bruce Kirschman - Tulum, Mexico
Posted on: Tuesday, August 29th, 2017 - 3:48 am

Families here in the Yucatan get in a bind, almost always to pay medical bills and/or educational costs for their children, so they take out a loan collateralized by the ancestral farmland that has been in their family producing food, shelter and fuel for them for generations. Then they are able to pay their bills like good upstanding citizens but many then find themselves unable to meet the terms of the loan. Threatened with losing their inheritance to the loan shark bankers for fractions of a penny on the dollar, they desperately look to sell to anyone for a better price.

Ambitious gringos are thrilled to take it off their hands at a “fair price” and charitably offer the children of the original landowners employment in the nice new luxury subdivisions that they bulldoze all the trees and gardens to build and sell condominiums off to other gringos moving in. “Hell Jimbo not only did we get all that acreage for a song but damned if we couldn’t buy whole families as well! We love Mexico!”

This has been going on, you know, for five hundred years. I have personally been observing it here since 1991, when I was offered a hundred meters of beachfront just down shore from the ruins for ten thousand dollars. I jumped around and shouted at the people waving my arms

“No! You can’t sell your inheritance! How can you think of selling your beach to people like me? You will get the money and spend it, and then your children and grandchildren won’t have anything, anymore. You can’t do this!”

But you know what? They did. And now all the beachfront is gone, fenced up by savvy white people inside their petite chic boutique hotels where the descendants of the original owners, sorry to say, don’t qualify after all for employment there; not even as dishwashers, because “Oh well, yes, we said that but, you see, the shareholders insist our employees speak English. If you would like to see the beach, there is access still, I believe, at the one public beach five kilometers down the road. Have a good day.”

If you are a family feeling like you would like to get away from the states and let the dust settle, come and work the land, tend the milk goats and beehives with your kids and these local families. They will build you a little house in the jungle where you can bike together with them to the Caribbean Sea: You won’t be coming in like conquering invaders, grabby Manifest Gluttony opportunists, but more like partners in a cultural exchange.

You will assimilate much quicker than expats or tourists ever could. Show them that some decent white people do exist. Pitch in now and grab a machete. There is fresh corn and beans and tomatoes and squash and melons and berries today to pick and eat without waiting a whole growing season. Learn as you go, from the people who know. Well, I’m a poet and don’t know it. There’s a snappy slogan for us. REPATRIATE! UNGENTRIFY!

Why build a self-sustainable community by yourself when the Mayans have been doing it for millennia? I’ve been asking my self that. This is my idea I came up with after many years of trying to figure out a win-win deal for everyone. Actually, the land you see in this picture needs a family now. That old guy you see, Don Manuel, needs someone to help. His grandchildren have gone to town trying to learn English. But they could come learn that with your kids while your kids are learning Spanish with them.

When I told the Don about the whole idea, he just stared at me like he couldn’t believe it. There are many more fathers here who stare at me when I tell them that there might be a way they can keep their land and still get some money without having to sell it.

Is there anybody out there? Legally you are not buying their land. You have the right to make a ninety-nine year contract, or whatever, between your own family and a Mexican family. That benefits everyone’s posterity. Maybe someday take them back to see what’s left of your America, but for now MEXODUS!

Why Are Governments Around The World Legalizing Marijuana While In Africa, It Is Not So?

Posted by: W.O. Ogbor - Lagos, Nigeria
Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 10:25 am
For a very long time, some people have spoken in favor of the benefits that are associated with the use of marijuana, aka Cannabis, Sativa, Indian Hemp, or the many other names that people call it fro

Cows, Fulani Herdsmen, Farms; What Is Going On in Nigeria Lends Weight To The Right To Bear Arms Arguments in the USA

Posted by: News Report - Otukpo, Benue State
Tuesday, April 10th, 2018 - 10:39 am
The stories going around in Nigeria and on the social media are that herdsmen of Fulani origins are marauding around killing people who refuse to let their cattle graze on private lands. Gruesome imag


Posted by: Real Roots Report (RRR) - Kampala, Uganda
Monday, April 2nd, 2018 - 5:56 am
One of the very memorable passages in the Bible is in Genesis Chapter 1 verses 26 and 27. This is where it is written that God created man and woman in his own image. The passage does not go any furth

Asaba Film Academy Is The Future Of Nigeria’s Film Industry?

Posted by: Wisdom O. Ogbor - Asaba, Nigeria
Sunday, March 18th, 2018 - 6:41 am
If you have been finding it boring to watch some movies produced in the Nigerian film industry popularly known as Nollywood, watch out for a few good producers working hard to bring your interest...

How Do You Become A Model And Work in the Fashion & Entertainment Industry?

Posted by: Fashion Editor - Houston, Texas
Sunday, February 11th, 2018 - 12:39 pm
The fashion and modeling industry are two of the most difficult professions to break into. There is no definite talent that qualifies one to be a model or fashion spokesperson, except by chance or by

Learn To Buy And Sell In Today’s Global Markets

Posted by: Wisdom O. Ogbor - Houston, Texas
Monday, January 1st, 2018 - 2:30 pm
The advent of the Internet has made the world one global market. This means that wherever you are, it is now easy to buy anything from anywhere, and have it delivered to you wherever you choose to. Bu

Understanding The “Rastafari” Concept For Beginners

Posted by: Wisdom O. Ogbor - Kingston, Jamaica
Thursday, December 28th, 2017 - 1:42 am
In the world we are living in today, it will not be incorrect to say that religion is causing far more troubles for people as opposed to solving the troubles. It must have been the intention of the an

Gaddafi’s Son To Run For President In Libya, And End Slave Migrant Terrors

Posted by: News Desk - Tripoli, Libya
Wednesday, December 20th, 2017 - 8:52 pm
Since the brutal overthrow and assassination of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Libya in 2011, no one has been able to set up a united government in Libya and run the country like Gaddafi and his family di


Slave Migrants In Libya And Europe Used For Sex With Animals

Posted by: Okonta Kosi - Benin City
Sunday, December 17th, 2017 - 10:18 pm
It is a stunning visual to watch several video accounts of African migrants being abused and sold as slaves in Libya. Take for example, the video of investigative journalist Ross Kemp, entitled “Libya

Grooming World-Class Soccer Players From Nigeria.

Posted by: Wisdom O. Ogbor - Lagos, Nigeria
Sunday, December 3rd, 2017 - 6:29 pm
The groups for World Cup 2018 in Russia have been drawn. Nigeria is grouped with Argentina, Iceland, and Croatia, in Group D. About eleven talented soccer players, with their substitutes, supports,

Egungun As Part of Houston’s Nigerian Culture

Posted by: Wisdom O. Ogbor - Houston, Texas -
Thursday, November 23rd, 2017 - 8:01 pm
In the early 70's and 80's, students from Nigeria seeking admissions into a university outside their country began to troop into Houston for a few obvious reasons. The temperature in the commercial Te


Posted by: Health Desk - Abuja, Nigeria
Sunday, November 19th, 2017 - 6:09 am

Some six years after the disastrous nuclear accident in Fukushima Japan, the worst nightmare scenarios about the consequences of the nuclear spill are beginning to manifest in some parts of the world.

Young Kings of Africa, Making A Difference Here, And Now

Posted on: Monday, October 23rd, 2017 - 1:48 am
Posted by: Wisdom O. Ogbor - Asaba, Nigeria

Once upon a time, Africa used to be known as a land of Kings and Queens, and of princes and princesses. The kings were usually old and powerful men, and in a few instances women, who ruled in council

Why The USA Did Not Qualify For The 2018 World Cup

Posted on: Sunday, October 15th, 2017 - 4:59 pm
Posted by: Sports Desk - Chicago, Illinois

On Tuesday October 10, 2017, Trinidad and Tobago defeated the USA soccer team by 2 goals to 1 in the fifth round of the World Cup Qualifier games, to deny the Americans an opportunity to appear in the

If Donald Trump Always Hits Back At His Attackers, Why Has He Not Hit Back At Eminem???

Posted on: Friday, October 13th, 2017 - 12:11 pm
Posted by: Entertainment Desk - Miami, Florida

It seems like it is becoming a cheap shot to always find something bad to say in attack of the 45th president of the United States, Donald J. Trump, but frankly, the president himself fuels the fire s



Revealed: The Clear Message Of The Las Vegas Shooter

Posted on: Friday, October 6th, 2017 - 1:18 am
Posted by: Crime Desk - Las Vegas, Nevada

Make no mistake about this; The United States of America is a country of law enforcement. When a crime as heinous as the recent Las Vegas mass shooting is committed, the FBI and local law enforcement

Biafra, Catalonia, Kurdistan – No Easy Road For Separatists

Posted on: Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 - 4:19 am
Posted by: News Desk - Lagos, Nigeria

If you thought that your country stands alone fighting against being torn apart by separatists, or that your people are alone, fighting for freedom from your oppressive country, do not feel that way a


How You Can Invest In Nigeria's Film Industry Now!

Posted on: Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 - 11:07 pm
Posted by: Business Desk - Asaba, Nigeria

Nigeria has a very successful film industry rated number three in the world, behind America’s Hollywood and India’s Bollywood. This industry known as Nollywood, boasts of highly acclaimed Nigerian fil

If You Cross, You Die; If You Stay, You Die – Realities Of Saharan-Mediterranean Migrants

Posted on: Sunday, September 24th, 2017 - 10:51 pm
Posted by: Jeff Bachman - Malaga, Spain

The world has become all familiar with the plight of thousands of migrants from West Africa, Somalia, Eritrea, Ethiopia and Sudan, and their fate in the Sahara desert, and the Mediterranean sea in an

Biafra By Any Other Name Is Beyond Nnamdi Kanu and President Buhari

Posted on: Sunday, September 17th, 2017 - 6:33 pm
Posted by: The Editorial Desk - Abuja, Nigeria

The wind of protests of marginalized people around the world is stirring up attention and consequences of different dimensions. There is currently, the Catalonian agitation in Sp


Why You Should Never Believe Everything You See With Your Naked Eyes…

Posted on: Sunday, September 10th, 2017 - 9:59 pm
Posted by: Wisdom O. Ogbor - Mombasa, Kenya

You are walking down a busy street in a busy town; suddenly, you come across a naked man, or an old woman, or a child wrapped with a snake around their neck, or something worse, and making a huge spec

Are Hurricanes Furious Spirits Of Africans Lost At Sea During Slave Trade Era?

Posted on: Sunday, September 10th, 2017 - 5:39 am
Posted by: Africa Desk - Elmina, Cape Coast

2017 has quickly claimed a vicious position in hurricane history with four consecutive Hurricanes, Harvey, Irma, Katia and Jose, mimicking an identical trend that has happened before in 2010. With all

North Korea Vs The USA: What Options Are On The Table?

Posted on: Wednesday, August 30th, 2017 - 7:22 am
Posted by: News Desk - Washington DC

The nuclear stand-off between President Donald Trump of the USA and North Korea’s Kim Jong-un is finally reaching an epic proportion with North Korea firing a long-range missile over Japan recently. N


CANCUN : Trouble In Paradise

Posted on: Monday, August 28th, 2017 - 11:38 am
Posted by: Travels Desk - Mexico City

For the longest time, Cancun had been able to be free from the criminal activities and chaos that has been facing other Mexican tourist resorts like Acapulco, Los Cabos or Mazatlan. The whole state of

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