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Politics / Re: President Buhari Likes Caricature, He's Not Behind Arrest Of Trader - Presidency by free2ryhme: 8:30am
You didnot address the dwindling economy that people are accusing him of but u took your time to explain the trader-buhari- dog saga

Clap for yourself
Politics / Re: Soldiers Training For Operation 'Crocodile Smile' (Photos) by free2ryhme: 7:38am
Then dey train true true [size=8pt][/size] grin grin
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: The Importance Of Self-evaluation In Job Hunt/search by free2ryhme: 6:58am
Self-appraisal can encourage employees to become mindful of areas where they need to improve and it can reveal attitudes and biases a manger might never guess from observation. Below are the needs for self-evaluation;

i. Self-evaluation helps the job seeker assess his capabilities in respect of the job he intends doing.
ii. The applicant is able to know whether he has the right qualification for the job.
iii. He will consider the job conditions and know whether or not he can accept the job.
iv. He examoines and ensures whether or not he has the required competencies to avoid embarrassment on the job.
v. Self-appraisal helps the job seeker know whether he can put in an extra time at work when that is needed.
vi. Self-evaluation will enable the job seeker know whether he would be able to adapt to an entirely different geographical location where job is available.
vii. It can help applicants feel assured with relevant job information and how to use them in career planning and development.

viii. It uses the appropriate tools, inventories, and tests in helping the job seekers to understand more about relevant issues in their chosen career and to use such knowledge in picking the right job.

Ref: http://naijatalent.blogspot.com/2016/08/the-importance-of-self-evaluation-in.html


Oga, leave story

people are getting jobs without all this thing you post here


Jobs/Vacancies / Re: The Importance Of Self-evaluation In Job Hunt/search by free2ryhme: 6:58am
how many rich kids apply your theory here

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Education / Re: UNIJOS Suspends 30 Students For Indecent Dressing by free2ryhme: 6:57am
Business / Re: 3000 Dock Workers Retrenched As 20 Shipping Companies Shut Operations by free2ryhme: 6:56am
Truth be told, Buhari is not the leader needed for such the time as this. He is like a square peg in a round hole. He is causing more problem instead of solution. This is why things will continue to deteriorate as long as he is part of the equation.
A good leader must have a passion for the project he embarks on. Passion includes vision, enthusiasm, drive, determination, and creativity. Buhar has none of these qualities.


Politics / Re: Benue Places N5m Bounty On Wanted Killer by free2ryhme: 5:37am
This is what is destroying this land called Nigeria. During elections, politicians will go and seek out all manners of criminals legalize them and use them to rig elections and then declare them criminals again and wanted since they must always refuse to settle them.
You are placing 5M on him? How much have you placed to find the fulani herdsmen massacring your people?
Politics / Benue Places N5m Bounty On Wanted Killer by free2ryhme: 5:37am
The Benue State Security Council on Wednesday promised a reward of N5m for anyone who could provide useful information on the whereabouts of Terwase Akwaza, alias Ghana, who had been declared wanted in connection with various crimes in the state.

The acting Secretary to the State Government, Mr. Bem Meladu, made this known while briefing journalists at the end of the state security council meeting, presided over by Governor Samuel Ortom at the Benue People’s House, Makurdi.

Melladu said, the council took the decision after reappraising the efforts made so far by security agencies to apprehend Akwaza and his gang members.

He said that Akwaza was a beneficiary of the state amnesty programme and had been declared wanted by the police for his alleged involvement in kidnappings, armed robberies and assassinations.

According to him, Akwaza, also known as Ghana, is being hunted for his alleged involvement in the killing of the governor’s security aide, Mr. Denen Igbana, and rustling of over 7,000 cattle in the state.

Melladu said, “I want to passionately appeal to the people of Benue State and beyond to volunteer information that will lead to the arrest of the notorious criminal. I still advise people not to give him and his gang members cover.”

Politics / Re: Padding: ‘why Dogara, Others Are After Me, By Jibrin by free2ryhme: 3:21am
awon ole
Politics / Padding: ‘why Dogara, Others Are After Me, By Jibrin by free2ryhme: 3:21am
Ex-Chairman, House of Representatives’ Appropriation Committee Abdulmumin Jibrin yesterday explained why the Speaker, Yakubu Dogara, and other principal officers sought his expulsion.

Jibrin said he attracted the wrath of the leadership when, as chair of the Appropriation Committee, he rejected alleged proposals by Dogara and others to corner about N90 billion to themselves from the 2016 budget.

He made the claim in a fresh document at the Federal High Court, Abuja, in furtherance of his suit, seeking to, among others, restrain the House from suspending him.

Defendants are the House of Representatives; Clerk of the House; Dogara; Yusuf Lasun, Dogara’s deputy; Alhassan Ado Doguwa; Leo Ogor; Herman Hembe; Umar Mohammed Bago; Zakari Mohammed; Chike Okafor; Dan Asuquo; Jagaba Adams; Haliru Jika and Uzoma Abonta.

In the document filed yesterday, Jibrin, an All Progressives Congress (APC) legislator, representing Kiru/Bebeji in Kano State, said he had conflicts with the House leadership because he rejected their unlawful directives.

He said in the document – a counter-affidavit – deposed to on his behalf by his lawyer, Nura Abdulrrahman, that one of such instances was his “refusal to admit into the budget about N30 billion.

“His refusal to cover up the decision of the third to fourteenth defendants’ (Dogara and others’) unilateral decision to allocate to themselves N40 billion of the N100 billion allocated to the National Assembly, in addition to what he (Jibrin) considered as wasteful projects of over N20 billion to the third to fourteenth defendants’ constituencies.

“Even when he (Jibrin) had given the defendants/respondents, especially the third (Dogara) statistics of 2,000 new projects introduced into the Appropriation Bill by less than 10 committee members, the third defendant took no decision or corrective.

“When the inflation of the budget became a matter of public interest and controversy, the defendant, especially the third to fourteenth, started taking measures to avoid responsibility and to place the issue on the shoulders of the plaintiff to use him (Jibrin) as a scapegoat,” Abdulrrahman said.

Jibrin denied claims by Dogara that he (the plaintiff) was removed as chair of the Appropriation Committee, saying he resigned, and informed Dogara on July 20, 2016.

Against the defendants’ claim that they were not planning to suspend Jibrin, and that the House did not intend to reconvene before the end of its vacation, Jibrin said Dogara and others were plotting to reopen the House and suspend him.

He urged the court to proceed to determine his case and grant his reliefs, including a declaration that the defendants’ decision at a meeting of August 3, 2016, to suspend the plaintiff without a fair hearing is unlawful.

Jibrin also seeks a declaration that the defendants should comply with sections 49, 54, 56 and 60 of the 199 Constitution and the Standing Orders of the House, regulating its sitting, procedure and other matters.

Dogara and others have, in the notice of preliminary objection filed on Tuesday, urged the court to decline jurisdiction to hear the case and strike it out on the grounds that the suit showed “no reasonable cause of action.”

Clerk of the Appropriation Committee Dr. Abel Ochigbo faulted Jibrin’s claims, saying there was no plan to suspend him and that no meeting was held to that effect.

Ochigbo, who deposed to the affidavit supporting the defendants’ objection, said all that was done in the process leading to passage of the budget was within the law.

He added that since the budget has become law, nobody could query steps taken by the lawmakers.

“The 2016 Appropriation Act was duly passed by the National Assembly and assented to by the President. The issue of any officer of the House taking any decisive action against any particular member or members does not arise as the Appropriation Bill has now become the Appropriation Act’’.

“The issue of inflation of the 2016 budget does not arise as the Appropriation Bill was passed by the House of Representatives pursuant to powers vested in the House by the Constitution and in line with the Standing Orders of the House.

“The Bill was duly certified pursuant to the provisions of the Acts Authentication Act before it was duly assented to by the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and it is now being executed as an Act of the National Assembly.”

Crime / Re: Mechanic Burns Daughter’s Eyes, Private Parts With Iron ( Graphic Content) by free2ryhme: 12:47am
what a wicked world cry
Crime / Mechanic Burns Daughter’s Eyes, Private Parts With Iron ( Graphic Content) by free2ryhme: 12:47am

The Lagos State Police Command has arrested a man, Surakat Idowu, for allegedly brutalising his five-year-old daughter with a hot iron in the Ikotun area of the state.

PUNCH Metro learnt that 45-year-old Idowu, who separated from his wife in 2013, allegedly tortured the girl with an iron in the face and in the private parts on Monday.

Our correspondent gathered that the girl, who stayed with her father on Kayode Toyeso Street, Liasu Road, in the Ikotun area, had been asked by her father to dispose faeces in a potty into the latrine, but she poured it on the floor.

It was learnt that Idowu, who worked as an auto mechanic, got a hot iron and allegedly battered the girl’s body.

Our correspondent was told that a neighbour, who witnessed the incident, reported at the Ikotun Police Division and the suspect was arrested.

The victim, who is said to be in a nursery school, was reportedly blinded by the burns she suffered on the face, while her private parts were swollen.

A neighbour, identified only as Basirat, said the girl slipped while going to pour the faeces into the latrine.

She said, “The mechanic had a quarrel with his wife and divorced her in 2013 when the girl was just two years old. On that Monday, he asked her to go and dispose of her faeces in a potty in a latrine at the backyard of the house. But the area was slippery and the girl fell, splashing the faeces on the floor.

“The father became angry and got a hot iron. He began to beat her with the hot surface of the iron until the girl’s face became swollen. We tried to caution him, but he would not listen. That was how the matter got to the police.”

It was learnt that the state Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, had directed that the case be transferred from the Ikotun Police Division to the Gender Unit at the command headquarters, Ikeja.

A police source told PUNCH Metro that efforts were on to locate the mother of the victim after two years of separation from Idowu.

Our correspondent gathered that the matter was also reported to the Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team, which was working with the Child Protection Unit of the state Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation to get a shelter for the victim.

The DSVRT Coordinator, Lola Vivour-Adeniyi, said, “The victim is presently receiving treatment in a hospital due to the severe burns. The police have assured that the suspect will be prosecuted. When the victim completes medical treatment, she will be taken into protective custody.”

The CP, Owoseni, confirmed the arrest, adding that investigations were ongoing into the matter.

Politics / Re: It's Wrong For Mikel, Siasia To Accept $390,000 Gift - Senator Ogba by free2ryhme: 11:01pm On Aug 25
awon ole
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Warning: Don't Attend An Interview Without Seeing This! by free2ryhme: 10:24pm On Aug 25
you dont need all these drama to get through an interview trust me

Some have gotten a job while in their sitting room with the coy just asking when can you start grin
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Warning: Don't Attend An Interview Without Seeing This! by free2ryhme: 10:23pm On Aug 25
you dont need all these drama to get through an interview trust me

Some have gotten a job while in their sitting room with the coy just asking when can you start grin


Crime / Re: Woman Cages Girl In Bush In Ondo For Five Months (photos) by free2ryhme: 10:22pm On Aug 25
what a wicked world cry
Politics / Re: Okorocha Is Back: "I Went To The Land Of The Dead, Ancestors Turned Me Back" by free2ryhme: 10:21pm On Aug 25
african ( nigerian) leaders and their dramas grin
Health / Re: My Experience As An Egg Donor by free2ryhme: 9:41pm On Aug 25
so what do you want us to do
Celebrities / Re: Toolz Flaunts Curves In Photos With Timaya by free2ryhme: 9:41pm On Aug 25
Politics / Re: Ike Ekweremadu Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen's Attack In Enugu - Read by free2ryhme: 8:47pm On Aug 25
they are killing your people

you are condemning them

Health / Re: Tramadol Addiction ( Please Help) by free2ryhme: 8:44pm On Aug 25
Goodmorning all,

My cousin brother is addicted to refnol and tramadol. His friends said he now takes up to 8 tablets in a day. We couldn't sleep all through the night because he came home last night with spits dribbling down his shirt and talking gibberish. He has destroyed so many things in the house.

His mom is asthamatic, she had a crisis last night when he started his weird behavior. Please who has fought this addiction before? How can we help him?

just tell us it is you or your cousin cant use nairaland again
Politics / Re: Ike Ekweremadu Reacts To Fulani Herdsmen's Attack In Enugu - Read by free2ryhme: 8:43pm On Aug 25
all you can do is condemn as your people are being plucked out one at a time like chicken feathers.

continue to dey condemn

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Crime / Re: Man Gets 40 Years Prison Sentence For Pouring Boiling Water On Gay Men by free2ryhme: 8:13pm On Aug 25
It wasn't worth it!

He shld have exercised restraint

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Crime / Re: Man Gets 40 Years Prison Sentence For Pouring Boiling Water On Gay Men by free2ryhme: 8:13pm On Aug 25
The guy mean grin
Politics / Re: Abu Al-Barnawi, Son Of Mohammed Yusuf, Named Jihadi Head by free2ryhme: 7:30pm On Aug 25
You kill defenseless citizens and call it art of war. Useless animal angry
Politics / Re: EFCC Arrests Francis Ayade Over Contract Scam by free2ryhme: 8:49am On Aug 25
A whole professor.....

Corruption is no respecter***** ....of occupation

His Dr brother why you dey miss yan
Politics / Re: Osun Job Centre Is A Fraud, A Misstep - Osun PDP by free2ryhme: 8:44am On Aug 25
This thread has not gotten through to next page? After this long on frontpage? Nairalanders can't comment on poo they can't understand
Crime / Re: Fulani Herdsman Kills His Mother In Kwara & Brother’s Wife (photo) by free2ryhme: 8:42am On Aug 25
They have stop killing other people and have now turned against their own

Father, help your children

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Politics / Re: Kano Assembly Orders Removal Of Kwankwasiyya Inscriptions On Public Buildings by free2ryhme: 8:38am On Aug 25
Abokís grin

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Crime / Re: I Killed To Avenge Friend’s Death - Eiye Hitman by free2ryhme: 8:37am On Aug 25
The same stupid story line those before and after you will continue to use
Car Talk / Re: Nigeria, Are You Ready? Uber Launches Self-driving Cars This Month by free2ryhme: 8:36am On Aug 25
Nigeria has and will never be ready. We have not solve water, electricity, housing, food crisis na self driving car we wan dey take brag

Abeg, any beta gists
Crime / Re: Man Shot Dead At Obiagu, Enugu - Graphic Photos by free2ryhme: 9:36pm On Aug 24
in this hard things some people still dont value their own lives

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