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How to Identify and Avoid Scam Recruiters – List of Some Suspected Fake Recruiters/ Employers

Fake recruiters and employers cause a lot of pain to job seekers, we have taken time to compile list of fake recruiters reported by our users over time. Below are list of fake and scam recruiters/employers in Nigeria. You should be careful dealing with them, while some are after extorting money from you others claim to be what they are not. Please mention any organization or company you suspect to ... Read More »

Pendulum: Another Season of Poisonous Rumours – @DeleMomodu

Fellow Nigerians, let me say emphatically that our dear beloved country has never been in short demand or adequate supply of useless rumours. We all love gossip of all kinds, mundane or sublime, plausible or outrageous. We enjoy junk and gobble up any news in sight, no matter how ridiculously far-fetched. I remember one hot story during the last Presidential campaign of 2015. Major General Muhammadu Buhari had left Nigeria ... Read More »

Restructuring: Stormy Calmness in the Roseate Hues of Dawn on the Niger – @bickerstethjimi

“I see two valleys in which the same language is spoken and where the people are the same.The day will come when a wall will be built and the two valleys will be united.”-Swiss naturalist Horace-Benedict dearie Saussure (1749-1799). The call for restructuring, true federalism, resources control and or devolution of Powers in the nation presupposes that the old wounds that coloured our emotions and that gave vent to the ... Read More »

Why We Must Prioritize Gender And Extractive – Audu Oseni

Apparently, the extractive sector has the ability to transform lives through development that comes from the utilization of the extractive revenues. However, in our conversations around development, it becomes fundamental to x-tray the different dynamics as they affect men and women. Nigeria experience just like other African countries has shown that women and children are mostly affected by the environmental hazard coming from extractive activities particularly the mining sector. The ... Read More »

Must Read: “Making America Scared Again” Won’t Make Us Safer – Sally Yates

Sally Q. Yates served in the Justice Department from 1989 to 2017 as an assistant U.S. attorney, U.S. attorney, deputy attorney general and, briefly this year, as acting attorney general. In today’s polarized world, there aren’t many issues on which Democrats and Republicans agree. So when they do, we should seize the rare opportunity to move our country forward. One such issue is criminal-justice reform, and specifically the need for ... Read More »

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BasePlus Global Initiative is a dynamic solutions initiative that constantly aim to provide relevant, cost effective, inspiring services and tailored solutions to the needs and budgets of those we serve.. Our principle is based on extensive industry knowledge and expertise developed over the years. At Base-Plus Global Initiative, it is the collective knowledge and experience of our team that provides the unparalleled insight and understanding from which each of our ... Read More »

MS Office 2013 : Download The Free Full Version Now

MS Office 2013 Free Download Full Version Download Ms Office 2013 for Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10: Microsoft Office 2013 is a version of Microsoft Office, a productivity suite for Microsoft Windows. It is the successor of Microsoft Office 2010 and includes extended file format support, user interface updates and support for touch among its new features. Office 2013 is suitable for IA-32 and x64 systems and requires Windows ... Read More »

Nigeria’s Afrobeat Music Scene Is Booming, but Profits Go to Pirates

Search SUBSCRIBELOG INAfrica Nigeria’s Afrobeat Music Scene Is Booming, but Profits Go to Pirates By DIONNE SEARCEY JUNE 3, 2017 Seyi Shay during the filming of a music video in Ikeja, Nigeria. She earns little money from music sales because of rampant piracy, instead relying on endorsements, shows and other sources for income. ASHLEY GILBERTSON FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES LAGOS, Nigeria — Forcing a smile, Seyi Shay, a music ... Read More »

Pendulum: My Picture of the Week – @DeleMomodu

Fellow Nigerians, I’m sure you already know how much I love photographs and photography. And it has been said that pictures speak louder than a thousand words. Long before the coming of Facebook and Instagram, a magazine by the name Ovation International, published by some Nigerians in London, carved a niche for itself through celebrity journalism and generous use of beautiful photographs on its glossy pages. Ms Funmi Iyanda, the ... Read More »

The key to diversifying Nigeria’s economy could lie in fixing its ports

Nigeria has long talked about diversifying it’s economy, but there’s typically been more rhetoric than action. A decades-long dependence on oil—its biggest export—has proven costly as Nigeria’s economy, once regarded as one of the world’s most promising, has been badly hit by the crash in commodity prices. With revenues down and local oil production hobbled by militant attacks, the country slipped into its first recession in two decades. Now, as ... Read More »

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