September 2010 Blog Posts (187)

First Bank of Nigeria Plc Graduates Recruitment 2010

First Bank of Nigeria Plc Fresh Graduates Recruitment 2010. Are you interested in a productive and deeply rewarding banking career at FirstBank, one of Nigeria’s most diversified and leading financial services institution? If your answer is yes, we welcome you to this graduate recruitment exercise and urge you to apply for a position within the Bank.



With our deep commitment to excellent customer service, FirstBank is currently restructuring to emerge as the leading financial services… Continue

Added by Hotnigerianjobs.com on September 10, 2010 at 8:12am — 1 Comment

Intercontinental Bank Plc Essay Competition to Celebrate Nigerian 50th Independence

Intercontinental Bank Plc Essay Competition to Celebrate Nigerian 50th Independence Anniversary.



Pen Down Your Ideas For a Better Future



As we mark the Nation’s 50th Independence Anniversary, intercontinental Bank Plc is calling on Nigerian Youths to give their voices to leadership through a Nation Essay Competition.



Topic: "Nigeria: A Nation at 50; The Past, The Present".



1st… Continue

Added by Hotnigerianjobs.com on September 10, 2010 at 8:00am — No Comments

IGBOS WANT ECONOMIC JUSTICE IN NGERIA





Reaction to my article ‘Defending the Igbo interest’ has come in different ways. Apparently, Government has reduced checkpoints in Eastern Roads. Contractors have resumed work in the dilapidated Aba-Port Harcourt expressway at Aba. The President reportedly told the World Igbo congress “I Am one of you”. Opposing political contenders tried to over do themselves with promises hinging on appointments of Igbo sons and daughters to political positions. Earlier the Ohaneze Ndigbo said it… Continue

Added by Nwokedi Nworisara on September 10, 2010 at 2:21am — 2 Comments

THE FEAR OF BUHARI



THE FEAR OF BUHARI 15/11/09…

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Added by Muhammad Ali on September 9, 2010 at 11:20pm — No Comments

Color Of Network Marketing What You Need To Know To Succede

There are four basic colors that make up

Network Marketing, they are Yellow, Blue, Green, and Red. I got this

from a very informative E-book and wanted to share it with you today,

hopefully will help you the same way it has helped me.

Yellows



Yellows make up 35% of the population. They are nurses, schoolteachers, UN workers … the nurturers. They give from the heart. They don't have time

for themselves, because they…

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Added by Marcus Hull on September 9, 2010 at 2:35pm — No Comments

Ready For A Change, I will personally help you get, mentor, and keep your people for FREE!

Welcome,





This is my first of many blogs that will hopefully provide someone somewhere with very important and valuable information that may save someones

life or just help ease the stress of living…

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Added by Marcus Hull on September 9, 2010 at 2:32pm — No Comments

DO NOT RELY ON YOUR SALARY.

Do not rely on your salary.If you don't leave your job,your job will leave you one day.Also it is advisable that you should have another means of making money.If you are unemployed,this is the perfect business for you.I will teach you how you can make money setting up your own free website or free blog,how you will get your site indexed with search engines,how you can get to Google's first page,which means you won't need to pay for advert,and many ways of generating money on your site.

You… Continue

Added by derin ayeni on September 9, 2010 at 1:18am — No Comments

Students' Study Guide

I have had the opportunity of meeting many students who complain that they have problems with their studies - they do not know when and how to go about their reading.



For this, I decided to pen down few things with the hope that it will help such student improve in their studies. Here we go.



Find a Place to Study



Figuring out a time and place to do your homework and study is of the utmost importance. Once you have figured out… Continue

Added by Ugochukwu Elendu on September 8, 2010 at 3:10pm — 2 Comments

CELEBRATING THE WORLD LITERACY DAY - THE NIGERIAN WAY

Today marked the World Literacy Day, a day we suppose to encourage our selves and the Government on a need to
educate our Children and even the adult that are yet to be educate; but boom !!; this morning we heard that " BOKO HARAM" hits Again with their popular belief of it's wrong to receive Western Education.

Which way Nigeria ? Let us pray that God will touch their minds.

Added by Peter Samuel on September 8, 2010 at 8:44am — 1 Comment

FORGIVENESS -- PREREQUISITE FOR RECONCILIATION

There is difference between reconciliation and forgiveness. Reconciliation is the building of a trusting relationship and takes time. Forgiveness is the prerequisite for reconciliation. Forgiveness is always within your power, through the enabling of the spirit.…

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Added by Ayodele Fashemi on September 7, 2010 at 6:22pm — 1 Comment

HOW STUDENTS CAN SOLVE THE PROBLEMS OF PROJECT WRITING

I FOUND OUT THAT THIS WEBSITE WILL HELP STUDENTS ON HOW TO WRITE THEIR PROJECT. YOU WILL GET THE PROJECT TOPICS AND THEY WILL ALSO HELP YOU BY PROVIDING THE RELEVANT MATERIALS TO YOU. JUST VISIT: www.myprojecttopics.com

Added by Nwokedi sam on September 7, 2010 at 4:50pm — 1 Comment

What Diplomacy Cannot Do for Nigeria

What Diplomacy Cannot Do for Nigeria…





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Added by IDUMANGE JOHN on September 7, 2010 at 3:01pm — 1 Comment

Can Nigeria attain the “Next Level”?

Can Nigeria attain the “Next Level”?…





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Added by IDUMANGE JOHN on September 7, 2010 at 2:58pm — No Comments

CHOLERA EPIDEMIC FAR FROM OVER —INSTITUTE

The root cause of Cholera Epidemic is due to unhealthy environment such as contaminated waters and foods. The modern and global approved portable water are provide via Ultraviolet Disinfection System.





UV DISINFECTION HAS RAPIDLY GAINED POPULARITY FOR WATER…

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Added by LOUIS STEPHEN on September 7, 2010 at 12:25pm — No Comments

Hope - the core essence of our human and planetary survival- and the Difference Theory. By: Michael Bobby Obodo, Jr (Year 2010)

Often times we are asked what our worldviews, our races, our ideologies, our religious beliefs and/or

affiliations, are. But far less often are we asked what our hopes are; as some may see the idea of hope as religious, personal, irrelevant, non-relative and unimportant to the affairs of our daily lives. And this has almost, if not, become the norm in most of our practices, today. The reason, it seems, is that the orchestrators and power structures in our societies have somehow… Continue

Added by Michael Bobby Obodo Jr. on September 6, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments

People & Politicas: Nigeria’s riskiest transition

By Ochereome Nnanna



I have yet to come across a prediction that says the impending campaigns, elections and transfer of power to a new government in Nigeria in 2011 will be free, fair, peaceful, acceptable and further our national unity and the growth of our democracy. The signals from almost all corners are downbeat. The only person who keeps ending most of his statements with a pledge to ensure free and fair elections next year is President Goodluck Jonathan; but interestingly, he… Continue

Added by John Abayomi on September 6, 2010 at 1:00pm — 3 Comments

Nigeria and dangerous leadership

By Tochukwu Ezukanma



RICHARD NIXON once wrote that “in politics and statecraft, power means life or death, prosperity or poverty, happiness or tragedy for millions of people”. And as such, those who seek power must do so with a sense of mission. They should so much believe in their mission and their ability to change the course of history to the point that nothing, not personal gain, not even their own personal survival, matters to them. He wrote that those who seek power without a… Continue

Added by John Abayomi on September 6, 2010 at 11:00am — 1 Comment

Viewpoint: Bankole's diabolical sense of humour

By Elijah Ologe



THE reknown journalist and master of sweet prose the late Dele Giwa, who has the copyright to the title above must have the likes of Dimeji Bankole, Speaker of the House of Representatives in mind when the he used the expression in a previous context.



How else should the mischief and conceit of the Speaker be described when without basis he called on new state seekers to ensure the re-election of current members of the House of Representatives from the areas… Continue

Added by John Abayomi on September 6, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

OUR SUPER EAGLES

I Hope that this one that our National Team strolled over Madagascar, is a good omen, despite the Old wine in new skin, cos no any changes in the team, cos it's d same tired, rusty and old legs. time will tell.
Congratulations Nigerians

Added by Peter Samuel on September 6, 2010 at 8:02am — 1 Comment

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