I Am An Igbo Woman, I Don’t Waste Money – Cross River First Lady

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Mrs. Obioma Imoke
Mrs. Obioma Imoke

The Cross River State First Lady, Barrister Jideuche Obioma Liyel Imoke has said that she is an Igbo lady who doesn’t waste cash.

She made the pronouncement while delivering a talk themed “The Four Case Credit Factor” as a guest speaker at the Success Showcase Program organized by Forever Living Products, FLP Nigeria/Benin held in Calabar during the weekend. She disclosed that she’s proud to be part of the FLP family.

Doing justice to her lecture, she gave an illustration of how by duplication one can easily arrive at the peak in 12 months.

In her words, “The importance of the 4 case credit factors cannot be over emphasized because there is no harm in this business and duplication helps you build up; for instance in month one you recruited only one person, month two the both of you recruit one each, month three the same continues till month twelve before you know it as your tree grows and everyone keeps doing their 4 case credit you are at the top.

“In your first month you recruit John, you sponsor him with two case credit, you need to understand that the company wants you to do two personal case credit, which means you must go to the company and buy products for personal usage, and the company at the end of the month is going to take care of your bank account, now your status is active because as a policy you must do a minimum of 4 case credit.

“Now in the second month you sponsor Mary with 3.452case credit, Forever Living Products tells you that in calculating your case credit they will only take two case credits from anybody you bring in.

But in a situation which you sign up Mary with 3.4 and you went on to do 1.89 thinking because Mary has that you have it but the company will only take the two from Mary and add to your 1.89 and you will have 3.89; your status for that month will be inactive meaning there will be nothing in your account”.

The first lady who is an Eagle Manager in the FLP admonished that “It is immoral for you not to be using Forever Living Products and you recommend it to others, also it is wicked for your children not to be using their kids pack and you allow others use them, if you must develop the passion for your products you must be using them’.

Adding that “Of course you know I’m an Igbo woman, I don’t waste money”.

Mrs. Obioma Imoke added that in achieving the 4 case credits monthly, you must apply some strategic approaches which include: adopt social media advert which is free, changing your brand, change the content of the gift pack you give out for ceremony, you have to be innovative, strategic and selfish.

Others are; recommend and retail your products, sponsor new distributors, organize exhibition for your products, provide health expo, organize opportunity meetings, product launching, adopt road shows and sampling, train and commit other people.

Revealing that, “Those who know me know that some years ago I was like this (using her hands to describe herself as a fat/robust woman) and supplements helped me but what pains me is that FLP had the same products that I was loading from America in cartons and even better ones that helped trimmed me”.

Other speakers included Miss. Njideka Asuzu who talked about ‘How to Achieve Healthy Digestive and Immune System’ while Mrs. Kikelomo Ayo-Ariyo lectured on ‘The Forever Living Product Managers Business and Team Leadership.

Mr. Cornelius Tay, Country manager/Managing Director, Forever Living Products Nigeria/Benin earlier in his speech encouraged his members not to harbor fear because FLP is a company that is above others.

Mr. Tay lamented that “They are so many companies now around that are defrauding the people just to make ends meet, but when I look at forever I see a company that truly is forever.

I say so because we belong to a company that have a sense of purpose, this is a company that has the capacity to transform your life, take you from nothing to something, for ill health to health which is the effect of purpose”.

He apologized for dwindling state of the company’s products center in Calabar, promising that “That is not the image of Forever, I promise you that by December this year we will look for a befitting place and by February next year we will be operating from there”.

“This month we dispatched letters to some of our distributors for aligning with competitors and deceiving some of our members to join these competitors, we will discipline them and those who want to come back, we will welcome them with open hands”, the MD cautioned.

High point of the occasion was launching of the Forever Living Product Vital 5 Park, uplifting of Mrs. Grace Kio to Diamond Manager, presentation of two cars to Mrs. Awede Erumwense and Mr. Owan Ogar Jacob.

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