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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

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Friday, November 24, 2017

Facebook to Train 50,000 Nigerian SMEs in 2018

Facebook to Train 50,000 Nigerian SMEs in 2018

Facebook has said it'll train and guide over 50,000  students, small businesses( SMEs ) and creative marketers throughout Nigeria in 2018.

Facebook’s Public Policy Director, Africa, Ms Ebele Okobi, at some point of a news briefing on Wednesday in Lagos, stated that the education might be via a sequence of digital abilities, as well as long-time  impact programmes.

Okobi said that the trainings and support was Facebook’s initiative in its ambition to drive innovation, skills development and economic impact in Nigeria.

She said that the trainings and support was Facebook’s new nationwide initiative to further cement its commitment and investment in Nigeria, and across the continent.

According to her, Facebook would be incorporating a series of high profile partnerships, training programmes and a physical space that will serve as a center for learning and skills development.

“This set of initiatives is aimed at helping to develop and nurture communities, including small businesses, the tech and start-up ecosystem, youths and creatives.

“In Nigeria, more than 22 million people use Facebook every month and 87 per cent of SMEs say that when they hire, digital skills are more important than where an applicant went to school.

“This demonstrates that the power of digital skills to aid economic growth and development has never been more important

“At Facebook, our mission is clear: To give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.

“Our investments and commitments announced in Lagos today further reflect our intent to partner with Nigeria’s policy makers and its vibrant tech and entrepreneurial eco-system to create economic opportunity and independence in Nigeria and across Africa,” she said.

Okobi said that Facebook was committed to working with Nigerian small businesses, tech entrepreneurs and the next generation of leaders to better understand and utilise the power of digital tools for economic growth.

She said that Facebook would be launching a series of learning-based programmes facilitated by local training partners, to accomplish its mission.

Okobi said that the learning-based programmes had been designed to provide skills that would lead to employment and support the growth of small businesses.

She said that the learning-based programmes include: Aspiring Entrepreneurs, Jobs for Youth, Boost your Business, Creative Entrepreneurship Training, and Online Safety + Digital Literacy Training in Schools and Universities.

According to her, Facebook undertook a detailed ‘Economic Impact Study’ to further understand how communities like small businesses and consumers in Nigeria use the platform, and the effectiveness of social media as a growth tool.

“Nearly 1 in 2 small businesses on Facebook say they built their business on the platform.

“Sixty-two per cent stated they have been able to use Facebook to help find employees for their business.

“Over half (58 per cent) of small businesses on the platform say they have been able to hire more employees due to growth since joining Facebook,” she said.

Founded in 2004, Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected.

People use Facebook to stay connected with friends and family, to discover what is going on in the world, and to share and express what matters to them.

Facebook has 1.37 billion daily active users on average worldwide and 7.2 million daily visitors from Nigeria.

Monday, November 20, 2017

Nigerians to Have 14 days Grace After  Data Expire

Nigerians to Have 14 days Grace After Data Expire

The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), is set to trouble a directive to network operators to give a 14-day window to subscribers to allow them roll over their unused data.

The Executive Vice Chairman of NCC, Umar Danbatta, said this in a declaration on Wednesday in Lagos.

Mr. Danbatta spoke at the NCC Special Day on the simply concluded 2017 Lagos International Trade Fair.

The govt vice president stated that subscribers would accept the 14 days grace, even supposing they do not renew on the date of expiration of  their data.

"NCC also recognises that consumer should be treated as a very important stakeholder in the scheme of things as far as service delivery is concerned.
Let me recall that in the 8-Points Agenda of my administration, the issue of empowerment and protection of the consumer occupied the sixth position."

"The vision in this agenda is to protect consumers from unfair practices through availability of information and education to make informed choices in the use of ICT services."

"The strategy which we have adopted in achieving these agenda is to strengthen initiatives to educate and inform consumers in the use of communications,’’ he said.

Saturday, November 11, 2017

Nigeria Started Using Music To Fight Against Corruption

Nigeria Started Using Music To Fight Against Corruption

In Nigeria, The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Has Embarked On A New Strategy Using Kannywood Musicians To Announce The Fight Against Corruption Among Women And Children.

The Commission Has Made A Platform In Kano, Where Well-known Musicians Have Shown Their Ability To Convey The Message By The Board.

Efcc Has Stated That Engaging Women And Children In The Fight Against Corruption Is Crucial To Their Role In Women's Role As A Pillar Of Discipline For Children Who Are Expected To be leaders of Tomorrow.

Dr. Adam Hamisu Danmusa, Executive Director Of The Efcc's Northwest Territory Said, They Decided To Start Using Musicians To Deliver Messages That They Want To Give To The Community, Especially Women And Children, For The Risk Of corruption.

The Director Said; "That Musicians Did Not Have A Place Where They Could Not Deliver A Message Through Song, So They Thought That The Use Of Musicians Would Help Deliver The Message To The Community Because It Would Not Have To Be Organized To Alert People against Corruption."

Dr. Adam Also Said; "Nigerians Women  most of them Liked music and Song, And so Through The Music They Would receive  Many Messages".

In Nigeria It Is Alleged That In almost everywhere  Corruption Are Involved.

Nigeria Is The Oil-rich country Since Its Cost, And Some Of The Major Natural Resources, And Population, But Most Of The Country's Population Is Suffering From Poverty As A Result Of Corruption.

Although The President Buhari Has Promised To Fight This Epidemic.

Thursday, October 12, 2017

EFCC Arrest Directors Of National Theater

EFCC Arrest Directors Of National Theater

Some officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), yesterday arrested four directors of The National Theatre in Lagos for alleged embezzlement of government funds.

According to the Sources, the four directors, including a woman, were picked up at their Iganmu office for allegedly diverting “huge sums” of revenue and statutory allocation into private use.

It was gathered that the directors allegedly failed to remit revenues realized from the use of facilities at the National Theatre into the Federal Government Treasury Single Account (TSA).
According to sources, among government revenue allegedly embezzled were N24 million annual rent paid by Nigerian Breweries for its 20 branded kiosks and N9 million paid for the use of National Theatre during the “Lagos @ 50” celebrations.
The affected directors were allegedly whisked out of the promises after they refused to honour EFCC invitation for questioning in the office of the Artistic Director and Chief Executive of National Theatre, Mr Tar Ukoh. The intervention of Mrs Grace Gekpe, Permanent Secretary, Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, on telephone could not save the officials from being whisked away by the EFCC operatives.
While adressing an Anti – Corruption Rally earlier in the premises, Ukoh who also oversee the National Troupe of Nigeria, vowed to stamp out graft in the Agency. Ukoh said, “Culture must kill corruption before corruption kills culture.”
Reacting to the development, Henry Udubuisi, Vice President, National Theatre Chapter of AUPCTRE, said that the union was behind the decision of the management to rid the Agency of corruption.
AUPCTRE is the Amalgamated Union of Public Corporations, Civil Service, Technical and Recreational Services. Udubuisi told sources that the union would give its support to the new management to cleanse the Agency of graft.
He said, “The position of the union is that we are solidly behind the management to fight corruption in National Theatre. We are also proud to be associated with it. We are using this medium to appreciate the management on its ‘Change must begin with me project.”
“The Artistic Director means well; he wants to address some administrative impunity here. He is not victimizing anybody, he is just asking them to be accountable for what has happened for those who has questions to answer. We need someone like him here to stamp out corruption.”
“The union will never condone corruption; infact the union stands against corruption and we are happy that the management key into our vision.”
“The union has been fighting corruption even before the new management came in, especially when there was a proposal on the sale of the theatre. We fought against what we regarded to as administrative impunity under the then Chief Executive but all what we got was dismissal.”
“Most of the executive members of the union were dismissed for standing against corruption and the sale of the only cultural iconic building in Nigeria.”
When contacted, EFCC spokesman in Lagos, Mr Sam Amadin, said that he was yet to be briefed on the arrest.

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Happy Independence Day Nigerians See Wishes From President Muhammadu Buhari’s

Happy Independence Day Nigerians See Wishes From President Muhammadu Buhari’s

Happy Independence Day NIGERIA
As we celebrate Nigeria’s Independence, Nigeria’s president,
Muhammadu Buhari has in more ways and words, revealed his passionate quest to achieve greatness, as a personal legacy, for Nigeria bearing in mind that political leadership is just as the military slogan quotes, “soldier come, soldier go.”

The journey of Nigeria independence was not a bloody path – won on a platter of gold, there was no record of war or deadly battle with the colonial masters who captured and ruled the modern state for 59 years (1849 – 1960), precisely in the 19th century.

By merging the Southern Nigeria Protectorate with Northern Nigeria Protectorate in 1914, the British were able to control all parts of Nigeria through Indirect rule –a system by which the day-to-day government and administration of areas both small and large was left in the hands of traditional rulers.

Nigeria finally gained her independence on October 1, 1960 through a private movement, advocated by Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe, Samuel Ladoke Akintola, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa and other unsung heroes of Nigeria’s Independence, from all corners of the nation.

Based on his campaign promises, here are President Muhammadu Buhari’s Independence Day Wishes for the Giant of Africa.

1. One Nigeria

President Buhari wishes for a Nigeria where there is no Muslim Nigeria or Christian Nigeria, no Northern Nigeria or Southern Nigeria. Only one Nigeria, a country where citizens continue to forge ahead despite the challenges; a country where all, both home and abroad, can achieve its full potential.

2. Become World’s Greatest Economy

To industrialize Nigeria; making Information Technology, Manufacturing, Agriculture, Electricity, Science and Technology, and Entertainments key drivers of the country’s economy. To create an alliance with West Africa, South Africa, UK, USA, Canada and other countries that can benefit Nigeria economically and politically.

3. Able to Compete in World Affairs

He wishes for a Nigeria whose passport will not be insulted whenever her citizens travel outside the country. To building a nation where every child can truly be great no matter which part of the country they were born.

4. Security

The President wishes to wipe out insecurity that threatens the lives and well-being of every single person within the country’s borders, and create a freedom of movement, expression and acceptable practices; to simplify immigration process and foster faster visa processing at points of entry.

5. Poverty Free Nation

By creating thousands of job opportunities, supporting private businesses and entrepreneurs through sponsored skill acquisition training, and issuing easy loans. Creating opportunity for millions of middle class to own houses of their own through national mortgage single digit interest rate.

6. Revive and Maintainance the nations Infrastructures

He wishes to reviving and reactivating the minimally performing infrastructures such as the train transportation, Sea ports, mines and refineries, etc… to optimum capacity.

7. Transparent leadership

Mr. Buhari believes that with effective and transparent leadership, the eradication of corruption and respect for the rule of law, things can change for the better, and that is what he wishes to achieve for Nigeria. So that all political officials will only earn salaries and emolument determined and approved by Revenue Mobilization and Fiscal Commission (RMFAC).

8. A Leading Example of ‘Africa Rising’

Buhari Promised To Make ‘Africa Rising’ A Reality In Nigeria

9. A Disciplined and Corruption free nation.

He believes that ‘change begins with you.’ Hence to crown the Independent day celebration, President Buhari wishes for all country people to join the war against indiscipline; by observing the acts of self-discipline which include:Willpower, Restraint, Resolve, Determination, Self-Control, Character, Drive, Courage, Diligence, Endurance, protecting and caring of the nation’s environment and its habitat (humans and animals alike).

10. Produce Nobel laureates

Buhari wishes to initiate a special incentives to facilitate the education of the girl child so as to create a room for more Nobel Laureates among children, youths and all age groups, in all fields of studies.

11. Wishes Nigeria a great Independence Celebration

Just like the prophet Moses, President Buhari wishes to lead Nigeria across the red sea into the promise land. To building a new Nigeria where there would be peace and harmony from North-East to the Niger Delta, and where there would be equal distribution of the nation cake – good source ( jobs ) of income and livelihood for every citizen.

Every leader is a servant to his subject and can only perform when he has a subject to lead. Nigeria deserves a great leader who can provide the people with the basic necessity to grow, including the basic infrastructure: Good roads, easy means of transportation (Air, land, rail and sea) Electricity for industrialization, clean water supply, affordable housing, food and security.

Tuesday, August 5, 2014



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bulb and a cardboard paper
=>now bring a recharge card
dat u kan scratch e.g Etisalat
N200, Mtn N500 or N1000,
AirtelN200 =>u can see a
black strip in the card where
we usually scratch (do not
scratch) now inthe
cardboard,make a hole of a
size of that strip. . .i mean d
size 0f dat black strip dat u
wil scratch
=>put that
cardboard over halogen lamp
such that light of Lamp only
came out through that hole
=>switch on the lamp put
your recharge card over that
hole now you can see the
=>return that card and
say it wasnt d network u
wantd to buy,dey wil believe
u and collect d card becos u
havnt scratched d panel,den
purchase any
NOTE=>it should be done in a
dark room.. Drop ur Comment