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What is Remita?
Remita is an electronic payment platform that helps individuals and organizations to easily receive and make payments across all banks, from anywhere and at any time.
How to pay an E-invoice on Remita
Go to
Select the icon 'Pay a Biller'
Select the option 'Pay E-invoice'
Enter the RRR.
Fill in the required details and click Submit.
How do I pay with Remita online?
Use your RRR to complete your payment process via any of the channels below:
At Your Bank Internet Site, Select Remita Payments.
OR Use your Debit/Credit Card here.
OR Use your Mobile wallet here.
OR Visit any Bank Branch.
OR Visit Selected Micro Finance Banks.
Who is the owner of Remita?
Founder and Managing Director of SystemSpecs, developers of the Remita application, John Obaro, refuted claims that company pocketed 25 billion Naira.
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What is RRR in Remita?
RRR is the short form or abbreviation for writing Remita Retrieval Reference. Remita is the most comprehensive way to make & receive electronic payments in Africa. ... Remita Retrieval Reference is a 12 digits character that is generated and used to carry out transaction (pay electronic invoice) on the ...Feb 16, 2018
What is the meaning of Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR)? | St ...
How do I get a Remita receipt?
To generate a Remita Receipt for any paid invoice by request:
Click on Resend Receipt/Invoice: A new windows opens.
Enter your RRR in the box provided and press Submit: Your receipt sould be send to the email you registered with.
What is Remita payment?
Remita is an electronic payment platform that helps individuals and organizations to easily receive and make payments across all banks, from anywhere and at any time.
Remita - Receiving & Making Payments  
What is Gifmis code?
The Government Integrated Financial Management Information System (GIFMIS) is an IT based system for budget management and accounting that is being implemented by the Federal Government of Nigeria to improve…
What is Remita number?
Remita Retrieval Reference Number (RRR) is a 12-digit code that is generated electronically, and it is used for making financial payments on the Remita platform. Below we will explain you how to generate Remita Retrieval Reference Number. Remita is a popular online payment solution for Nigerians
What is Remita platform?
Remita is an electronic payment platform that helps individuals and organizations to easily receive and make payments across all banks, from anywhere and at any time.
Remita - Receiving &
How do I generate RRR code?
To make payment Using Card:
Copy the (Remita Retrieval Reference) RRR Code generated for you.
Then click “Here” link (you will be directed to the Remita page).
Input the name of your university in the 'Who do you want to pay' textbox.
Input the generated RRR Code (Remita Retrieval Reference) you copied earlier.
Making Payments  
What is MDA in Remita?
Remita is an electronic payment platform that helps government, organisations and individuals RECEIVE and MAKE PAYMENTS easily on a single multibank, multichannel platform. ... Besides being able to pay at bank branches all over Nigeria, you can also make payments online to any federal government MDA.
What is the full meaning of Remita?
Voted many times as Nigeria's Software of the Year, Remita is an electronic platform that helps organisations (SMEs, Corporate Organisations, Multinationals, State Governments, Government Agencies, NGOs, Religious Organisations, Resident Associations, Schools and Educational Institutions, Hospitals and Health ...
Remita - SystemSpecs

What is Remita retrieval reference?
A slip (acceptance fee invoice) is displayed; this slip contains an RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference) which you would use to make payment at the bank. Print this slip. ... Ensure you obtain a receipt of successful transaction from the bank.
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a non-governmental foundation

DESCO Bill Payment
Robi and Airtel customers will be able to pay their DESCO (Dhaka Electric Supply Company) bills through Robi Bill Pay Service. All Robi and non- Robi mobile users or those who doesn’t use mobile, are able to pay their bills from any authorized “RobiCash Point” logo signed
agent points. In such case agents are paying bills on behalf of customers. Both agents and customers are getting confirmation SMS for this mode of payment.
Agents of Robi Cash Points are using the most secured USSD technology to pay the bill.
Agent and Customers can use convenient RobiCash App for this service as well.
Pay your bills for 24/7
No need to stand in banks long queue
This is a secured service since Robi and DESCO are jointly taking care of this service
Around 800 “RobiCash Point” logo signed
agent points of Dhaka city corporation are currently providing the DESCO bill payment service.
Agargaon, Monipur, Shahali, Rupnagar, Kafrul, Pallabi, Gulshan, Baridhara, Badda, Joarshahara,Uttara (East)Uttara (West), Uttarkhan, Dakshinkhan, Tongi (East),Tongi (West)
BTRC Approved Service Fee to Pay Bills:

Paid Amount Service Fee

0- 400


401 - 1500

BDT 10

1501 - 5000

BDT 15


BDT 25

Three steps to pay bill from customer mobile:

Airtel customers can avail this facility by dialing *400*1# instead of *787#
Subscriber will be able to pay their bill up to Tk.3,000/- (including service charge) from his own mobile

Open RobiCash Wallet: Through Own Robi Number:

Open RobiCash Wallet: From RobiCash agent points:
DESCO Consumer registration:


Process to Pay the Bill:



Process to Check the Bill:


Bill Payment Through App:


For More Details :FAQ
Call 123 (from Robi number) or 01819 400 400 (from any number)
** Charge Applicable

Robi/authority reserves the right to change, modify, cancel/terminate/stop this competition/contest/ quiz/campaign without assigning any reason whatsoever
Any decision in relation to the contest/ campaign/competition given by the Authority/Robi shall be considered and or construed as full and final

Bill pay service from RobiCash point

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When is the best time to fly to Abuja?
The best time to fly to Abuja is during the dry season, which between November to March. However, the hot weather condition during the dry season could be discourage some tourists but this means that travellers who are willing to embrace the heat, may be able to get a great deal on a flight to Abuja.
What is the best time to get the cheapest fare to Abuja?
The cheapest days to fly to Abuja are the unpopular travel days which are Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursday. It is more expensive to travel on Monday, Fridays and the weekend. If you’re looking for cheap flights to Abuja then you should avoid festival dates, the Christmas holiday period and Eid celebrations, as fares and rates increase at this time.
What is the climate and weather in Abuja?
Abuja has three weather conditions during the year. These includes, the harmattan season, the humid-rainy season and the dry and hot season. The North East Trade Winds usually brings dust haze mixed with very dry and cold conditions. The rainy season is between April to October with August and September been the wettest. You should be prepared for high humidity If you decide to book a flight to Abuja during the rainy season.
Transportation in Abuja
Although the city is less chaotic than Lagos, taxis or uber are the best way to get around the city. Tourists who intend to do a lot of moving around Abuja are advised to hire a private driver with a rental car. Certain areas in the city can be explored on foot due to the proper planning structure of the town. However, you should avoid moving alone after dark.
How to move around Abuja on arrival at the airport?
All flights to Abuja will land at Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (ABV). Travellers can move from the Airport to the city from here with the use of airport cabs, buses, rental taxis, private transfers or a private rental car. The city centre is about 30 minutes from the airport. Visitors are advised to be careful when using rental taxis and agree on a fixed fare before setting out.
How long is the flight to Abuja?
Flight from Lagos to Abuja: 1 hour 10 minutes
Flight from London to Abuja: 6 hours 35 minutes
Flight from dubai to Abuja: 9 hours 45 minutes
Flight from Calabar to Abuja: 1 hours
Flight from Accra to Abuja: 2 hours
Flight from Newyork to Abuja: 15 hours 25 minutes
Flight from Manchester to Abuja: 8 hours 45 minutes
Flight from Lahore to Abuja: 10 hours 58 minutes
What are the most popular Lagos airlines for direct flights from Lagos to Abuja?
Some of the domestic airlines that offer direct flights from Lagos to Abuja include:
Dana Air
Arik Air
Air Peace
Medview Airline
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Top attractions in Abuja
This beautiful city offers tourists a range of attractions and diverse landmarks, ranging from beautiful waterfalls to tasteful local cuisine. Here is a list of the top attractions to look out for when visiting Abuja:
The Gurara Waterfalls
The Abuja Millenium Park which includes the Millenium Tower, Cultural Centre and Museum and on which one part of the park is devoted to the preservation of nature.
The national mosque
Aso Rock, a 400m-high monolith which was carved by the power of water
The Ecumenical Centre and National Assembly Complex.
The Wuse Market or Art and Craft Village is a perfect spot for great place for traditional gift items.
The IBB golf course is perfect for golf enthusiasts.
The National Children's Park and Zoo is ideal for kids to enjoy a day trip.
Nature enthusiasts can spend some time at Abuja's national arboretum, Pedum or Jabi Lake.
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Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport
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Article Title:
Review of Flights
Author: Olusola David, Ayibiowu
Edition: 31
Year: 02 December 2018
Published: Online by Creative Arts Solution Foundation

Introduction to early efforts of flight
Let us take a look from the past Around 400 BC – China of which talks about the discovery of the kite that could fly in the air by the Chinese started humans thinking about flying. Kites were used by the Chinese in religious ceremonies. They built many colourful kites for fun, also.
Sophisticated kites were used to test weather conditions. Kites have been important to the invention of flight as they were the forerunner to balloons and gliders.
Humans try to fly like birds
Years ago, humans have tried to fly just like the birds. Wings made of feathers or lightweight would have been attached to arms to test their ability to fly. The results were often disastrous as the muscles of the human arms are not like birds and cannot move with the strength of a bird.
Icarus and Daedalus - An Ancient Greek Legend
Daedalus was an engineer who was imprisoned by King Minos. With his son, Icarus, he made wings of wax and feathers. Daedalus flew successfully from Crete to Naples, but Icarus tried to fly too high and flew too near to the sun. The wings of wax melted and Icarus fell to his death in the ocean.
Just to mention a few.
Insight to Book Cheap Flights
Giving an insight to Travelstart as an Africa’s leading online travel agency. Based in sunny Cape Town, we have offices across Africa and the Middle East where hundreds of Travel starters are dedicated to rocking your travel world. We want our customers to spend less time planning their travels and more time on holiday. Our mission is to save you time, money and stress with our simple online booking platform. You can search, compare and book your travel all in one place.
Book Cheap Qatar Flights
Take a trip down to Qatar (QA), it is an Arab Emirate situated in the Middle East. Travel to Doha, known for its beaches and resorts or check out the Heritage House Museum, built in 1935 it gives the best view of the wind tower. For shoppers, Qatar is a paradise. Visit the Landmark Mall, situated in the northern suburbs it houses major international brands and here visitors can shop for designer clothes and jewelry.
An airline based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and founded in 1985. The airline is a subsidiary of The Emirates Group, which is wholly owned by the government of Dubai's Investment Corporation of Dubai. Their subsidiaries include Arabian Adventures, Congress Solutions International, Emirates Holidays and Emirates Tours.
Virgin Atlantic
30 years ago, in 1984, the esteemed Sir Richard Branson started Virgin Atlantic. He did so because he was tired with airlines that, from his viewpoint, didn't care about their passengers. It's the purpose? To embrace the human spirit and let it fly. Their team goal? To be the airline most loved by their customers. 
Airline miles programs, sometimes called frequent flyer programs, began popping up shortly after the 1978 Airline Deregulation Act. It was a way for airlines set themselves apart from the pack and gain customer loyalty. One of the first was American Airline's Advantage which began in 1981. It remains one of the most popular miles programs in the world with more than 100 million members
Where in the world do you want to go? Chances are, this 4th largest carrier in the world can take you there. A member of the Star Alliance since 2008 only broadens your options and they are the airline that serves over 170 destinations around the world. This airline is a true Turkish delight (that’s a dessert by the way).
Turkish Airlines
Won the Skytrax awards for Europe's Best Airline, Southern Europe's Best Airline, and the World's Best Premium Economy Class Airline Seat for three consecutive years in 2011, 2012 and 2013. It has retained its status as the top European airline in 2014 and 2015, thereby holding the title for five years in a row. This is quite the turnaround for an airline that was struggling throughout the 1970s, ’80s and even into the ’90s. They have also acquired sponsorships of several prominent futbol teams (name drop FC Barcelona here) and celebrities such as Kobe Bryant.
Turkish Airlines was founded in 1933 and its hubs are in Istanbul Ataturk Airport (IST), Esenboga International Airport (ESB), and Sabiha Gokcen International Airport (SAW). Their frequent flyer program is Miles&Smiles (doesn’t that make you smile? If it doesn’t, that’s unfortunate). They are headquartered in Istanbul, Turkey and have just over 18,000 employees. You can find information on Turkish Airline’s baggage fees or compares fares for Turkish Airlines flights now with FareCompare.
The once-simple task of purchasing
The once-simple task of purchasing a plane ticket has become a science in its own right.
The savvy traveler now has a myriad of variables to take into account when plotting air travel – from the day of booking and time of service to choice of airline and whether the route is direct or indirect – but the other side of the story is that airlines are trying harder than ever to ensure they maximize revenue while also appearing to offer the best value.
Known rather unromantically as airline revenue management, carriers are perfecting the art of being able to adjust fares dynamically and in real time while using increasingly-sophisticated software that considers the performances of its routes and services around the world.
So how exactly are airlines pricing their airfares, and what can you do to find the best offer?
“Techniques such as Expected Marginal Seat Revnue (EMSR) look at the best ways to optimise fares in real time, not only on a given route but taking into account revenue-generating opportunities across the whole airline network,” explains Robert W Mann, a former airline planning executive, to CNN.
So, for example, a flight from London to Dubai might cost the same as a much longer service to Manila, via Dubai, as the airline is pricing up the first leg to discourage those who want to fly the shorter trip, and leaving the seats for higher value customers.
They know who you are, sort of
It’s no surprise that an airline will price its seats according to who it thinks is flying – families and leisure passengers or business fliers.
“The London to Majorca route, for example, has a marked leisure profile,” Stuart Barwood, founder of airline consultancy firm Travercial, told the broadcaster. “This has implication not only for fare levels but also for the way pricing changes over time.”
“If the airline assumes that leisure passengers will tend to book relatively early, months before their holidays, it may be tempted to start pricing seats on that route relatively high. It would then adjust them according to the market response.”
“Meanwhile on a typical business route – let’s say London to Frankfurt – the airline may start with low prices to fill a minimum capacity, then raise prices steeply for business travelers that book at the last minute.”
Some airlines are even prepared to bump lower value passengers to make room for the high fliers. A service developed by Barcelona-based company Caravello helps airlines identify the customers most likely to accept a flight swap in exchange for compensation of busy routes, so leaving free seats to be sold at a higher price.
Exploring the Cookies Myth
It has long been rumored that airlines use internet cookies to raise airfares for customers returning to the booking website, in the belief that if they are coming back they will be prepared to pay more.
This, however, has been debunked by Telegraph Travel consumer expert Nick Trend, and there is little evidence to belief it is true. “If you think it affects a booking you are trying to make, you could try using a different browser (or clearing your 'cookies') and searching for the flights again,” said Nick Trend. “Of course, I’d be interested if any readers have experienced this problem, but think it is more likely to be caused by another customer buying flights in the interim period.”
However, loyalty programmes and registered users on websites does give airlines clearer ideas as to who the passenger is and why and where they are flying – and likely to in the future – and can use that data to use in managing revenue.
A tale of two classes
It is too simplistic nowadays to think of an aircraft as divided by just two classes – business and economy. The truth is that airline has a number of subdivisions of cost within those classes, and as one sells out the fares jump to the next.
Anyone who has ever tried to buy a plane ticket at an airline desk with only hours to spare before departure will be familiar with the eye-watering prices of the last-remaining seats rising as the minutes roll away.
Plan ahead vs hold off
The same flights can be more than £600 cheaper depending on when they are booked – and each destination has its optimum booking window, ranging from 11 months before to just two months ahead of departure, research earlier this year revealed.
The study by travel search engine found that those wishing to travel outside Europe in autumn should book furthest in advance, while those sorting a winter getaway on the Continent should wait until just two months out.
Head to the source
Most price-comparison sites will click you through to an airline’s site in any case, so if you start there, you will at least be sure that you are getting live, up-to-date fares.
Or go compare
Price-comparison websites are, in theory, the easiest way to find the cheapest fares. But they can also be misleading. First, most do not list fares from every airline operating the route; second, they do not normally quote exact fares.
This is because they are not quite up to date because they can’t replicate the many preferences that an individual might have – to check in baggage, for example (see below) – and because they can’t reflect all the different booking fees that might be charged for using different credit or debit cards.
As I found with my spot-check, they can also be subject to technical hitches without the user realizing. Even so, they are a useful guide, as long as you bear in mind the limitations and check at least two or three as part of your research.
Approach the agents
Sites like Expedia take the booking themselves – you don't click through on to the airline site as you do with the price-comparison sites above.
They can be useful – you can put together packages including hotels and hire cars that are financially protected, for example. But they normally charge a booking fee for flight-only arrangements, and it isn't always clear how much extra you are paying.
Fly off-peak
Midweek, outside the school holidays, at unsociable hours etc. And use filters on booking and price-comparison sites that allow you to search for cheaper fares on the days before and after your ideal date.
We someone book with an airline, such as BA, that doesn't charge extra for hold luggage. Be sure to measure and weigh all luggage – cabin and hold – before you leave home and make sure it is under the limit for your airline. Penalty charges for breaching the limits can be swingeing. Some sites try to tempt you into booking insurance (which you may already have) and other extras (a new cabin bag, for example). You need to be careful to remove from the online booking form any extras you do not want.
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Virgin Atlantic is the second largest long-haul carrier that offers a fantastic travel experience! It is led by intrepid business tycoon, Richard Branson, and their journey to become one of the world’s largest international airlines is a very interesting story.
After starting operations in 1984 with a flight from London, Gatwick – Newark, New Jersey, Virgin Atlantic expanded to become one of the most sought after global airliners. Their far-reaching network ensures that they are able to offer cheap flights to almost anywhere in the world.
Book Virgin Atlantic flights to New York, Dubai, Barbados and other exciting places!
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Spreadsheets are amazing, powerful tools. They can do anything—almost anything, at least. But wouldn't it be great if they could do that one extra thing you've always wanted—if they could remove extra rows or look up research data or translate text automatically?
For years, Excel has been one of the most popular spreadsheets, partly for its own features but partly for the extra tools you can add to it. It's like the App Store: When there's something else you want Excel to do, chances are there's an app for that.
Now the same is true for Google Sheets, the free online spreadsheet tool that's so easy to use. With the Sheets' Add-ons Gallery, you can add reports, analytics, data analysis, and even email scheduling tools to your spreadsheets in a couple clicks.
Here's how—along with some of the very best add-ons to get you started.
50 Google Sheets Add-Ons to Supercharge Your Spreadsheets
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Article Title:
App Creator of Today's
Author: Olusola David, Ayibiowu
Edition: First
Year: 18 November, 2018
Published: Online by Creative Arts Solution Foundation:
See also:  
AppSheet created by an App Creator for Creative Arts Solution Foundation

According to the definition of the app by different authors with references as they were able to figure out the definition of the app in a different perspective.
Definition of App.
The app is a short word for an Application.
It's simply a software designed to work with mobile phones which are generated in computers for smartphones, Android, iPhone, iOS, desktop.
And as well as others wearable smart wristwatch that works with the app as we reckoned with the smart wristwatches of Pebble when is connected to Bluetooth with the app.
Who then is app creator?                      
As we briefly tell a short story about the app creator who initiated an AppSheet into Creative Arts Solution Foundation.
Since 2018, just to mention someone significant who has successfully come up with an application from AppSheet created by app creator for Creative Arts Solution Foundation on the 3rd - 14th of November 2018 by Olusola David, Ayibiowu  (App creator)
This app is specially created by the app creator, Olusola David, Ayibiowu since 3rd & 14th of Nov 2018.
App Name:
Creative Arts Solution Foundation
Target Audience: Everyone, company, organization, foundation, NGOs, stakeholders, social media, visual arts, social platform, politics, donors, marketers, advertisers, Arts Exhibition, businesses as well as sales order online app.
Benefits: Everyone can edit, add, delete, create your own advertisement on this app within 5 Minutes or 45 Minutes.
Access to all features of the AppSheet in order to create an app for business and personal use, association, organization, and for positive influence in our society by creating awareness on particular ongoing programs, political events, products, online marketing to generate a lead. It also serves as a medium for effective and positive traffic sources to blogger, social media, website. And other people in their professional field or task
* Warning:
This app is not for someone who is involved in a fraudulent act or activities.
Anyone found who are involved in fraud is not welcome on this app platform
* Termination of account with immediate effect and without notice if found involved in fraudulence on this particular platform
Add Users.
We add users to this platform by whitelist as you send your email to
Creative Arts Solution Foun... is Ready

Congratulations, 'Creative Arts Solution Foun...' is created and ready to be configured. Install it on your device, continue customizing it in the editor & share it with your team!

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How to use the app
Step 1.
* Download Appsheet on your mobile through Google play store for (Android or iOS).
To install the app, open this link on your mobile device:  
Use this install link on AppSheet to Run the app in your browser:
Sign in to AppSheet with any of this account below:
* Google (Gmail)
* Office365
* Dropbox
* Smartsheet
* Box
* Salesforce
Log out: You can log out when you are done.
Step 2
Click on the top button (left) to view the menu button: Document, Link website, Order Salesperson, Assistant, Feedback
Use the Bottom button for Share, Customer by the organization, organization chart, person, sync, as you click any of this button to view.
Step 3
Edit any of the already empty existing pages with sample photos by removing it and replace by uploading your photo and the organization as you edit and change the name to your name on our app platform and add your logo or photo. Etc.
* Email: Press the email icon to send an email by sharing with email or Gmail based on your mobile setting.
* Phone call: make a phone call with the app phone icon by clicking on it to call.
* Massager (Facebook massager) You can use the app to link Facebook massager. Message-Text and Video chat for free.
* Send SMS (short message service):
Send SMS with Hangout, messages using this app message icon
* Feedback: Use the feedback button to send us your opinion on app or others information
* App gallery: use the app gallery to view more of our existing app like Volunteer form- Creative Arts Solution Foundation.
Step 4
Share: click on the share icon button at the bottom of the customer as you place (upload) order photo of your work to be displayed.
Share the icon button on social media, platform like WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube Etc.
Please note the following as you may want to create a New App as you click on the top menu button (left) to locate the New App and create a new one for yourself of necessary as you want it.
Use free prototype/standard when to deploy your app.
Upgrade is available based on your app creator structure to determine what plan (Premium like Pro on a monthly fees charge or per annual payment fee to be paid per user or the app owner as they charge or debit your credit card based on the app setting when approved as it passes through test when you run it.
App Creator of Today's
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