Qatar World Cup 2022- Round of 16 Fixtures-Nigeria Local Time GMT+1 (3)

Qatar World Cup definitely has not been disappointing. The intrigue and drama are out of this world. The Belgium and German Teams have been knocked out in what no Football Pundit see coming.

Group Stages have been concluded and the round of 16 have started. The following are the fixtures and venue of the football marches:

Saturday 3 December

Game 49: Netherlands v USA, Khalifa International Stadium, Al Rayyan (4pm)

Game 50: Argentina v Australia, Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan (8pm)

Sunday 4 December

Game 51: France v Poland, Al Thumama Stadium, Doha (4pm)

Game 52: England v Senegal, Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor (8pm)

Monday 5 December

Game 53: Japan v Croatia, Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah (4pm)

Game 54: Brazil v South Korea, Stadium 974, Doha (8pm)

Tuesday 6 December

Game 55: Morocco v Spain, Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan (4pm)

Game 56: Portugal v Switzerland, Lusail Iconic Stadium, Lusail (8pm)

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(1) Insurance Means Assurance? Insurance Meaning

Society has described the word Insurance in various ways. Although, its widely mentioned in every sector of the economy which is not limited to Financial Sector.

The word Insurance means Assurance, Support, Cover, Protection or Defence.

The word Insurance cannot be mentioned if there are no traces or potential of Risk, Loss or Danger.

Every Sector in the economy has risk exposure for example, in the Manufacturing Industry, there are possibilities of fire accidents, damage to building structures, loss of lives, damage of equipment and key infrastructure. This is one of the checklist in Risk Management.

When such losses occur, everyone in the community is affected, this has forced the Government to establish Institution and support Insurance Policies.

The following are few among different types of Insurance available:

  1. Vehicle Insurance
  2. Life Insurance
  3. Mortgage Insurance
  4. Fire Insurance
  5. Marine Insurance
  6. Travel Insurance
  7. Goods in Transit Insurance
  8. Building Insurance
  9. Education Insurance

These Insurance Models will be discussed in our subsequent post. However, to purchase 3rd Party Vehicle Insurance in 2mins kindly click on www.servpay.ng. Policy Certificate will be sent to the email address provided and same Vehicle Information will automatically be logged on Nigerian Insurance Industry Database (NIID). Both Private and Commercial Third Party Vehicle Insurance are available on the platform.

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Qatar World Cup 2022 Fixtures-Nigeria Local Time GMT+1 (2)

Qatar World Cup 2022 commenced on the 20th of November 2022 and have already witnessed lots of drama and shocking results. “Where is Messi” was the popular echo when Saudi Arabia humiliated the Argentina Team in a 2-1 defeat. Qatar the host nation has been kicked out of the tournament in a first-ever host nation to be eliminated after only two games. Iranians are excited to see their team swallowed Wales in a 2-0 win.

Don’t miss out of the drama, renew your Dstv or Gotv subscription in just 1min at www.servpay.ng to watch all the 64 Live Matches. You can also view all the matches on live streaming at Showmax.com. Subscriptions on Showmax can also be renew on Servpay.ng with ease.

The following are the fixtures of the 2022 World cup with kick-off Time (Nigeria Time Zone):

Saturday 26 November

Group D: Tunisia v Australia (11am)

Group C: Poland v Saudi Arabia (2pm)

Group D: France v Denmark (5pm)

Group C: Argentina v Mexico (8pm)

Sunday 27 November

Group E: Japan v Costa Rica (11am)

Group F: Belgium v Morocco (2pm)

Group F: Croatia v Canada (5pm)

Group E: Spain v Germany (8pm)

Monday 28 November

Group G: Cameroon v Serbia (11am)

Group H: South Korea v Ghana (2pm)

Group G: Brazil v Switzerland (5pm)

Group H: Portugal v Uruguay (8pm)

Tuesday 29 November

Group A: Netherlands v Qatar (4pm), Ecuador v Senegal (4pm)

Group B: Wales v England (8pm), Iran v USA (8pm)

Wednesday 30 November

Group C: Poland v Argentina (8pm), Saudi Arabia v Mexico (8pm)

Group D: Tunisia v France (4pm), Australia v Denmark (4pm)

Thursday 1 December

Group F: Croatia v Belgium (4pm), Canada v Morocco (4pm)

Group E: Japan v Spain (8pm), Costa Rica v Germany (8pm)

Friday 2 December

Group H: South Korea v Portugal (4pm), Ghana v Uruguay (4pm)

Group G: Cameroon v Brazil (8pm), Serbia v Switzerland (8pm)

Breaking News!! Ronaldo to Leave Man United

Cristiano Ronaldo and Manchester United have parted ways in what the club described as a mutual agreement. This is not surprising especially after the interview Ronaldo granted Piers Morgan where he narrated his recent ordeal at the Manchester United.

According to the press statement released by Manchester United today 22nd Nov. 2022 “Cristiano Ronaldo is to leave Manchester United by mutual agreement, with immediate effect.

The club thanks him for his immense contribution across two spells at Old Trafford, scoring 145 goals in 346 appearances, and wishes him and his family well for the future.

Everyone at Manchester United remains focused on continuing the team’s progress under Erik ten Hag and working together to deliver success on the pitch”

Cristiano Ronaldo 37Years is currently in Qatar World Cup to help his team Portugal win the tournament. Don’t miss any of the 64 matches, renew your Cable TV subscriptions on www.servpay.ng in just 1min.

Average Daily Power Consumption in Nigeria

Public power supply have improved recently in Nigeria. Although the improvement in electricity supply is coming from a level of very inadequacy to less inadequacy. The problem of Electricity power supply in Nigeria is not only associated with the Generation and Transmission but also getting the end users metered. The Nigeria Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) in the past years have regulated the industry with valuable policies and ensured the Distribution Companies (DisCos) comply with these polices and the aim to abolish estimated Bills. The Electricity meter GAP in Nigeria has since been reducing.

The following Table highlighted average daily electricity consumption in Nigeria homes.

Energy saving are achieved from minimal use of heavy household equipment’s like AC’s and co. www.servpay.ng offers bonuses of every Energy Purchase on prepaid meter top up or post payment. Recommended for Ikeja Electricity Bills Payment

Awuf at its Peak..Glo is Gifting 20 Houses at 2022 Festival of Joy Promo

Glo the Second Largest Telecommunication Company in Nigeria has lunched an extraordinary promo tagged Festival of Joy Promo. Glo users have opportunities to win 20 Houses, 24 Brand New Cars, 100 Generators, 200 Sewing Machines, 1,000 Rechargeable Fans and lots more exciting prizes.

According to the company “The Glo Festival of Joy Gidigba promo is open to all new and existing (prepaid and Hybrid postpaid) customers everywhere in Nigeria. Customers of other networks who wish to participate should simply buy a new Glo SIM or port their existing lines to Glo”.

Glo customers must show interest by dialing *611#. Following recharges and data subscriptions pattern will decide if customer is qualified for the draws or not. Glo has also issued a clear guide on how to qualify for the Festival of Joy Promo;

“This offer is in 2 folds of: 

a) 1st 5,000 to recharge daily will win the daily draw 

b) Based on draws wherein winners are randomly selected from a pool of qualified customers. Draws will be held on multiple scheduled dates and to qualify for the draws, customers must meet any of the following criteria:

i. New and Existing Customers – Simply recharge with cumulative N200 or more in a day or cumulative N500 or more in a week to qualify for the daily prizes and weekly draws. Then, cumulatively recharge a minimum of N2500, N5000 or N10000 in a month to stand a chance of winning the monthly prizes. Above all, cumulative data subscription of N20,000 or more during the promo period qualifies for the grand prize of a house. 

ii. Other Networks’ Customers – Buy & activate a GLO SIM or port your existing line to GLO, then recharge with cumulative N200 or more in a day or cumulative N500 or more in a week to qualify for the daily prizes and weekly draws. Then, cumulatively recharge a minimum of N2500, N5000 or N10000 in a month to stand a chance of winning the monthly prizes. Above all, cumulative data subscription of N20,000 or more during the promo period qualifies for the grand prize of a house”

Glo customers can top-up theirs phone lines on www.servpay.ng and earn 5% on each Glo recharges. The Glo Festival of Joy Gidigba Promo will run till 31st January 2023.

FIFA Bans Sales of Alcohol at Qatar World Cup 2022 Stadiums

FIFA has confirmed the ban of Alcohol Sales around the Eight Stadiums hosting the 2022 World Cup games. This has added to other controversies surrounding the Qatar World Cup. The Alcohol Ban announcement has opened up discussions of betrayals, mismanagement and lack of trust between FIFA, Qatar and The Footballing Community.

Budweiser which is an Alcoholic Company is the official sponsor of FIFA World Cup. Budweiser would have committed time, resources and money towards the 2022 World Cup but experts believe Alcohol ban at the Stadiums will negatively impact makerting strategy of Budweiser and the return of investment from the games. However, Budweiser’s New Alcohol-Free Beer (Budweiser Zero) would be sold at the games venue.

Football Community hope the Organisers of Qatar 2022 World Cup and FIFA will stop further negative surprises and focus on how the culture of the World Cup would be protected. The opening game is scheduled to hold on Sunday 20th November 2022. We can’t wait.

Qatar World Cup 2022 Fixtures-Nigeria Local Time GMT+1 (1)

Qatar World Cup 2022 will finally kick-off on the 20th of November 2022 by 5pm (GMT+1). Renew your Dstv or Gotv subscription in 2mins from www.servpay.ng to watch all the 64 Live Marches. You can also view all the matches on live streaming at Showmax.com. Subscriptions on Showmax can also be renew on Servpay.ng with ease. The following are the fixtures of the 2022 World cup with kick-off Time (Nigeria Time Zone):

Sunday 20 November

Group A: Qatar v Ecuador (5pm)

Monday 21 November

Group B: England v Iran (2pm)

Group A: Senegal v Netherlands (5pm)

Group B: USA v Wales (8pm)

Tuesday 22 November

Group C: Argentina v Saudi Arabia (11am)

Group D: Denmark v Tunisia (2pm)

Group C: Mexico v Poland (5pm)

Group D: France v Australia (8pm)

Wednesday 23 November

Group F: Morocco v Croatia (11am)

Group E: Germany v Japan (2pm)

Group E: Spain v Costa Rica (5pm)

Group F: Belgium v Canada (8pm)

Thursday, 24 November

Group G: Switzerland v Cameroon (11am)

Group H: Uruguay v South Korea (2pm)

Group H: Portugal v Ghana (5pm)

Group G: Brazil v Serbia (8pm)

Friday, 25 November

Group B: Wales v Iran (11am)

Group A: Qatar v Senegal (2pm)

Group A: Netherlands v Ecuador (5pm)

Group B: England v USA (8pm)

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