Surprise! surprise, surprisingly the cash automated machines are now paying lesser notes than the 500 & 1000 regular notes. As seen above, the Nigerian N200 are now being received in some areas at ATM point and that got me wondering if one is cashing twenty thousand Naira that ought to be 20 pieces of notes or 40 maximum if paying N500 notes but now that the Two Hundred Naira note […]
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The saddest News today sweeping the country is a family of seven who are residents of Elele Community in Rivers State, they’re said to have shut there doors to have a night rest and didn’t wake up to open their door as usual which drew their neighbors attention resulting to a forceful break-in only to find the family which is comprise of a husband and wife and their five children […]
Hey Guys, change is here and is going to affect all motorists making use of the Lekki toll gate and the Ikoyi Link Bridge starting from January 1, 2018. The Lekki Concession Company Limited (LCC) has announced that from January 1, 2018, motorists using the toll gate at the Victoria Island end of the Lekki-Epe expressway and Lekki-Ikoyi link bridge would have to pay more the usual amount and is […]
Hey guys, news has it that Federal Government of Nigeria will officially declare an official job vacancy site http://www.jobsforall.ng open for all unemployed Nigerians to log in their details for employment chances.According to what I heard, these will be an avenue to collate data’s of unemployed and willing Nigerians so as to link them up with government and private sectors for employment.
Is no more a hidden thing that Nigeria Banks would rather employ B.S.C degree holders as direct staffs or full staffs while they discriminate against H.N.D holders and would rather take them as affiliate staffs through Outsourcing companies, like Workforce Limited, ICSL, C&I and others. Were they hire candidates for top companies and keep deducting their monthly salaries, pay penny for as Pension fund, they have 0% share in the companies yearly […]