Sub Saharan Group, Inc. is a privately-held Multinational Trade and Distribution Conglomerate headquartered in Orange County, California. USA; and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. Nigeria.
Our core businesses are engaged in Real Estate Investments, Agro-Commodities Trading, Information & Communications Technology (ICT) between West Africa, and The Americas.
As known as Moringa oleifera, it is commonly used as ingredients in traditional herbal medicines. The leaves are an excellent source of many vitamins and minerals. This plant is cultivated in tropical and subtropical areas where its young seed pods and leaves are used locally as vegetables in Northern parts of Nigeria.
DRIED HIBISCUS LEAF
Hibiscus Sabdariffa – (FLOR DE JAMAICA)
Often made into tea, also called sour tea because of its tart taste, is made from a mixture of dried hibiscus flowers. Popular called agua de Jamaica in Mexico, Central America, parts of South America and the Caribbean (Sorrel). In Nigeria, it is popularly known as “Zobo”.
A flowering plant from the rain forests in West Africa; the fruit seeds, and nuts of the plant have been used for centuries to treat a variety of health ailments. African tribes hold this plant in high regard, using it for ritual and ceremonial practices. Along with a plethora of health benefits including its effectiveness as a natural weight loss solution, and an increase in immunity levels; “Bitter-Kola” possesses its best feature in holding no (zero) side effects.
Also known as ‘IT security’, involves protection of computer systems from theft or damage to their software, or information; as well as disruption or misdirection of the services they provide. Cyber-related incidents now cost organizations in countries such as Nigeria upwards of Half a billion US dollars each year! The figures likely understate the problem as most African countries don’t record such losses in a formalized, mandatory manner and most organizations don’t report any potential or actual losses to authorities.
e-Commerce | Online Shopping
Commercial transactions conducted electronically on the Internet have become something we participate in on a daily basis in most parts of the world. This has paved the way for globalization, involving the buying or selling of goods and services across continents; the convenience, safety, and user experience of e-commerce has improved exponentially since its inception in the 1970’s. For most Western civilizations, the thought of living without e-commerce seems unfathomable. However, this is still very much an emerging concept in some societies where we play a role in leading the possibility of widespread adoption, and tapping into the trend of “leapfrogging”; developing local innovation in order to overcome structural deficiencies.
Fin-tech refers to the emerging financial services technologies that are used and applied in selling financial service solutions to customers. Due to regulatory and internal structures, traditional banks struggle to keep up with the speed of innovation. Fin-tech solves problems to financial services of all kinds, including money transfer, lending, investing, and payments; providing a solution to a need for seamless integration in the lives of the increasingly tech-savvy, and sophisticated customer.