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Saturday, December 6, 2014.


Bulletin Boss, Fasal Harb Goes Low Profile In The Face Of Talks Of Bizness 'Unusual'
...as wife, JMK stays on to keep up appearances.

Connected business man at the helms of affairs of construction company, Bulletin- Mr Fasal Harb has gone low profile.

And information filtering in from his Ilorin Kwara state operational base attributes this development to need to contend with the emerging business challenges.

Informants claim 'business is unusual' for Mr Harb and his Bulletin Constructions.

Sources claimed unlike before, the husband of popular socialite Jumoke has to go extra mile to secure business for outfit.

Jumoke Harb

Mr Harb and his construction company came into reckoning with a country wide network of that rolls in lucrative business deals.

One of the products of his sucessful forays is Socialite, Lekan Osifeso.

Osifeso had employed the reputation and structure of Bulletin to earn a name and influence for himself as an agent.

Such was the vast network and profit in the dealings of Bulletin.

But fresh information revealed growing business challenges does not permit such indulgence again.

Societynowng.com learnt 'things are not like before

'Most of those that give the contracts, particular state government now have political backers that do same thing...they now keep the business in house' a source confirmed.

Insiders confirmed this development has tightened the noose on availability of major business for Mr Harb and his cash cow- and with it comes need to cut down on excesses.

Sources however revealed while the husband has drastically cut down on his appearances and employs spare time at keeping his mega business afloat, the wife popularly known as JMK (an acronym of her name, Jumoke) attends social soiree to keep up appearances.

The wife is the owner of popular JMK Plaza in Ilorin and Roemichs International school.

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