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Jobs/Vacancies / Amadeus Or Sabre Reservation Officer Needed Urgently by ama27(f): 12:24pm On Nov 11, 2021
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Career / Chef Needed For Small Kitchen In Lekki Phase 1 by ama27(f): 7:49pm On Aug 11, 2021
Job Summary-We are looking for a  male chef who is a self-starter and experienced in the Kitchen. You should have experience with a variety of dishes and be passionate about food. You should be confident, experienced, and be self-managing. Please note there is no accommodation option for this role you would be responsible for your own accommodation.


Job Description/Requirements

1.Experienced in local and continental dishes

2.Loves to experiment with food and flavours

3.Able to record stock and organise  the  kitchen

4.Lives within easy commute to Lekki Phase 1

5. Has experience  of working  in a small kitchen  and is happy to do so


SALARY -70-85K
IMMEDIATE START
SEND CV TO - somethinglightorders@gmail.com
Jobs/Vacancies / Immeadiate Hiring Ticket Reservation Officer by ama27(f): 5:28pm On Aug 12, 2013
A fast growing and busy Travel agency based in Ikota Shopping Complex,Beside Victoria Garden City (VGC )Lekki ,Lagos requires the services of a TICKET BOOKING OFFICER .
Applicants must be very smart individual, flexible and have the ability to work under pressure.
Ideal candidate must be enthusiasm, result driven and achievement oriented.
The Management will only employ someone that lives along the lekki- Ajah axis [/b]for this position.

[b]• TICKET BOOKING OFFICER

This person will be responsible for making flights and hotel reservation on GDES system .
This person must have the ability to use AMADEUS & SABRE.
This candidate must have previous experience working in a travel agent.

[b]PLS DONT APPLY [/b]IF YOU CANT USE AMADEUS or SABRE!!!!!!!!!!
ONLY CANDITATES THAT LIVES ALONG LEKKI - AJAH AXIS WILL SHORLISTED FOR INTERVIEWS.
This is an[b] urgent [/b]role hence suitable candidate will be required to start ASAP.
SEND CV TO tiwa@mapletravels.com
Jobs/Vacancies / Ticketing/reservation Officer Needed In VGC, Lekki ,lagos by ama27(f): 9:49am On May 16, 2013
A Ticketing/Reservation Officer is need in a travel agency in VGC, Lekki.

Must be available within the next 2 weeks
Must be able to use Sabre or Amadeus or both.
Must have excellent communication skills
Must have excellent customer service skills
Must live within the Lekki- Ajah Axis
Must have previous work experience in a similar role


Oppourtunity also exists for Industrial Attachment for those who have been newly trained to use Sabre/Amadeus
Must live in the Lekki Ajah axis

Please send your cv to tiwa@mapletravels.com
Jobs/Vacancies / Vacancy For An Experienced Reservation Officer - Immediate Start by ama27(f): 2:59pm On Jan 21, 2013
A travel agency in Ikota shopping complex ,beside VGC lekki needs urgently the services of a smart ,fast thinking reservation officer.

Qualification:

-Male or female
-Must have vast experience in the use of SABER & AMADEUS
-Must have ability to use microsoft office Suite ie Word, excel etc.
-Must have ability to work underpressure with minimal supervision.

Pls send CVs to info@mapletravels.com
Applicant must live along the lekki-Epe ,Ajah,Badore ,Jakande ,etc.

PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU DONT HAVE THE RELEVANT EXPERIENCE. WE NEED EXPERIENCED STAFF. WE NEED SOMEONE WHO CAN USE THE RESERVATION SOFTWARE
Jobs/Vacancies / Office Assistant In Ikota by ama27(f): 9:05am On Oct 17, 2012
A travel agency in Ikota Lagos requires the services of an office assistant. Miniumum O level. Must be able to read and write proficently, Must be computer literate, must be residing in the ikota/ajah axis. Send CV to info@mapletravels.com. or ring 08035880220 for more information.
Educational Services / Classroom Facility To Rent/hire by ama27(f): 5:05pm On Jul 23, 2012
Classroom facility available to rent at VGC Lagos
Whiteboard /air conditioned. Can seat up to 12 students
Rates below:

16 hrs a week Mon to fri - 20k per month
16 hrs a week Mon to fri (evening) - 25k a month
Sat only - 20k per month

daily hire also available

contact 08035880220 or tpomary@gmail.com for more info/negotiations
Properties / Classroom Facility For Hire/rent by ama27(f): 4:48pm On Jul 23, 2012
Classroom facility available to rent at VGC.
Whiteboard /air conditioned. Can seat up to 12 students
Rates below:

16 hrs a week Mon to fri - 20k per month
16 hrs a week Mon to fri (evening) - 25k a month
Sat only - 20k per month

daily hire also available

contact 08035880220 or tpomary@gmail.com for more info/negotiations
Autos / Box Van 600k (not Registered) by ama27(f): 1:07pm On Nov 17, 2011
BOX VAN for sale (not cooling van) in lagos, If intrested pls call 08035880220  600K
Politics / Did You Say Technocrats? Meet The Fresh Air Team by ama27(f): 9:59am On Jul 05, 2011
The minestarial nominations are closely watched by all - foreign and local and will be a major indication of the strategy, approach and steer of the FG

It will be one of the initial indicators of whether or not we are going to get the much awaited and publicised 'Fresh Air'
More than anything i am hopeful. 
It will be good to get a clear view of each nominee, their portfoilio and their profile so that we know from the onset  the  'Fresh Air' Team.  I will start with our new Minister of Aviation -Princess Stella Oduah-Ogiemwonyi

The profile has been courtesy wikipedia and i have tried to stay away from controvesial issues/reports as it will be beneficial to look at the list objectively.
I think more emphasis will be placed on the new appointees

Minister of Aviation Profile  ( Courtesy Wikipedia)

POLITICAL CAREER
Princess Stella Oduah-Ogiemwonyi has been nominated as the Minister for Aviation on the 29th of June 2011 [1]. She also serves as the Director of Administration and Finance for Jonathan/Sambo Presidential campaign Organization and is also the Vice President for Neighbour2Neighbour Campaign Network.[2]

BACKGROUND
Princess Stella Oduah-Ogiemwonyi was born into the Royal Home of Igwe D.O. Oduah of Akili-Ozizor, Ogbaru L.G.A. in Anambra State on January 5, 1962. Being a focused individual with a clear career vision, Princess Stella Oduah-Ogiemwonyi bagged her Bachelors & Masters Degree in Accounting & Business Administration respectively in the United States of America. Upon her return to the fatherland in 1983, she joined the NNPC as a Public Servant. Her dedication to service, gave her the opportunity to receive numerous awards for outstanding achievements.[3]
In 1992, she left the NNPC to establish the Sea Petroleum & Gas Company Limited (SPG), a leading Independent Marketer of Petroleum Products in Nigeria where she is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO). She has successfully carved a niche for herself as a leading Entrepreneur in the Oil & Gas sector.[4]

PERSONAL DETAILS
She is married to the Minister for Works & Housing, Engr. Chris Ogiemwonyi and they are blessed with children. She is a generous employer of labour and a philanthropist of exceptional magnitude, who has touched lives and communities. In recognition of her outstanding contributions to the development of the nation, she was rewarded with a National Honour of Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON) by the former President Olusegun Obasanjo. Her philanthropic contributions includes:
i. Establishment of a Skill Acquisition Centre
ii. Launching of Farmers Loan Scheme
iii. Initiating Echo Heart Foundation etc.

The returning Ministers (profilecourtesy wikipedia)

Emeka Wogu -Labour  and Productivity - Wogu was born on 29 January 1965 in Umuahia, Abia State and completed his secondary education at Ngwa High School, Aba (1978-1980). He attended Imo State University (1982-1986) obtaining an LLB, and the Nigerian Law School (1986-1987) where he obtained a BL. In 1990 he established a private law practice, Emeka Wogu & Co. He earned his Masters in Public Administration at the University of Calabar (2001-2002). He holds several traditional titles including Omezuru of Ohazie, Kpakpandu of Aba, Nwadiala of Aba and Amulutto of Oshogbo.Wogu was vice-chairman of the Aba South LGA in Abia State (1991-1993), becoming chairman of the LGA in 1993. He was elected to the Federal House of Representatives in 1998. In 1999 he was briefly the political adviser to Orji Uzor Kalu, governor of Abia State. He represented Abia State for two terms as commissioner at the Revenue Mobilisation Allocation and Fiscal Commission.[3]Immediately after being appointed Minister of Labour on 6 April 2010, Wogu had to deal with a strike by federal civil servants across the country that was planned to start on 8 April 2010. After meeting with the Joint Public Service Negotiating Council, which represents the eight unions involved, they agreed to hold off until the end of April 2010 while their concerns were being addresses.

[b]Bala Mohammed -[/b]Mohammed was born in 1958 in Alkedim. He studied English at the University of Maiduguri (1979–1982), where he gained a BA.] He joined The Democrat as a reporter in 1983, then working in the public service as an administrative officer from 1984-2000. He worked in the Ministries of Internal Affairs, Solid Minerals, Power and Steel and Transportation and Aviation. He retired as director of admin in the Nigerian Meteorological Agency. He then served as a senior special assistant to Isa Yuguda of Bauchi State from 2000 to 2005. He was Director of Administration, Nigeria Railway 2005-2007.[2]
Mohammed was elected Senator for Bauchi South in April 2007 for the All Nigeria People's Party.[1] He reportedly fell out with Yaguda after the state Governor married President Umaru Yar'Adua's daughter and decamped to the People's Democratic Party (PDP).[4] In March 2010 he accused Yuguda of being behind a move by people in his constituency to recall him from the Senate.[5] He was the first to call for declaring President Umaru Yar'Adua incapacitated and making Vice-President Goodluck Jonathan the acting President.[1]
After assuming office as Minister for FCT in April 2010, Mohammed stated his determination to attack the problems of garbage and lack of potable water in the FCT.[6]

Deziani Allison –Madueke – Petroleum Resources - Diezani Agama was born on December 6, 1960 in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria Her father was Chief Frederick Abiye Agama. She studied architecture in England and then at Howard University in the United States, and worked in USA for some years before returning to Nigeria, joining Shell Petroleum Development Corporation in 1992. In 2002, she attended Cambridge University for her MBA.[1] In April 2006, Shell appointed her its first female Executive Director in Nigeria.[2]
Since 1999 she has been married to Admiral Allison Madueke (retired), one-time Chief of Naval Staff who was at various times governor of Imo and Anambra State.[1]
Alison-Madueke was appointed Transport Minister in July 2007. In June 2008 she was subject to a Senate probe after it emerged that as Transport Minister she had paid 30,9-billion naira ($263-million) to contractors between December 26 and 31 2007. She has however never been charged or tried for these allegations and has strongly denied any wrongdoing.[3] In September 2008 there was an unsuccessful attempt to kidnap her at her house in Abuja.[4] On December 23, 2008, she was appointed Minister of Mines and Steel Development.[5]
In October 2009, the Senate of Nigeria indicted Diezani Alison-Madueke and recommended prosecution for the alleged transfer of N1.2 billion into the private account of a toll company without due process and in breach of concession agreement. However, the allegations have never been taken to law, and the Minister maintains her innocence.[6]
After Vice-President Goodluck Jonathan became acting President in February 2010, he dissolved the cabinet on 17 March 2010, and swore in a new cabinet on 6 April 2010 with Alison-Madueke as Minister for Petroleum Resources.[7]

Elder Godsday Orubebe- Niger Delta -
Elder Peter Godsday Orubebe (born 6th June, 1959) was appointed Nigerian Minister of Niger Delta on 6 April 2010, when Acting President Goodluck Jonathan announced his new cabinet. Orubebe was born on 6 June, 1959 at Ogbobagbene, Burutu Local Government Area in Delta State.[2] He is of Ijaw origin.[1] He attended the University of Lagos, gaining a B.Sc in Political Science in 1985. Later he obtained a Masters Degree in International Relations from Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma in 2005.
Orubebe became a Supervisory Councilor, and later Chairman of Burutu LGA. In July 2007, President Umaru Yar'Adua appointed him Minister of Special Duties.[2] Later he became Minister of State for Niger Delta Affairs when that ministry was created in December 2008.[3] In January 2010 he said that the proposed 10% equity share policy on infrastructural development in the Niger Delta region would make vandalism and crisis a thing of the past.[4]
Prof Onyebuchi Chukwu –  Health - Professor C.O. Onyebuchi Chukwu is a renowned professor of medicine with a post graduate specialist training in orthopaedic surgery. He is a fellow of West African college of Surgeons and a fellow of International college of Surgeons. He was born on 22nd of April 1962 in Yaba, Lagos, Nigeria. He hails from Afikpo in Afikpo North L. G. A. of Ebonyi State. He has held several administrative and managerial positions in the public service and is currently the Honourable Minister of Health of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Professor C.O Onyebuchi Chukwu has distinguished himself in many endeavours of life, both in academics and in service to humanity.
Previous to his current appointment, Professor C. O. Onyebuchi Chukwu was Head, Accident and Emergency Department, Abia State University Teaching Hospital, Nigeria (1996-1998); Senior Lecturer in Surgery/Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Abia State University/Abia State University Teaching Hospital, Aba, Nigeria (1999-2000); Head, Department of Surgery, Abia State University/Abia State University Teaching Hospital, Aba, Nigeria (1998-2000). He became an Honorary Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon Ebonyi State University Teaching Hospital Abakaliki in 2000; Chairman Medical Advisory Committee Ebonyi State University Teaching Hospital, Abakaliki, Nigeria (2000-2003); Senior Lecturer in Surgery/Senior Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon in Ebonyi State University/Ebonyi State University Teaching Hospital, Abakaliki, Nigeria (2000 – 2007)and the Chief Medical Director/Chief Executive Officer of the Ebonyi State University Teaching Hospital, Abakaliki (2003-2008).In 2007, he was appointed a Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Ebonyi State University Abakaliki; the Deputy Provost, College of Health Sciences, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki (4th November, 2008 – Date) and a Visiting Professor of Surgery, University of Nigeria Enugu Campus (with effect from 6th April 2010).
The distinguished Professor served as president of Rotary Club of Abakaliki South, Captain of Abakaliki Golf Club and Assistant-Governor Rotary International, 2008/2009; 2010/2011, District 9140 Zone 22. Professor C.O.Onyebuchi Chukwu holds the membership of many national and international professional bodies. He has also attended and participated in several academic and professional conferences and workshops. He was appointed the Honourable Minister of Health of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in April 2010. He joins the PMNCH Board in May 2010.He is happily married to Mrs Christiana Osinachi Buchi-Chukwu.

Navy Capt Caleb Olubolade Minister of State FCT - Navy Captain Omoniyi Caleb Olubolade (born 30 November 1954) is a former Military Administrator of Bayelsa State, Nigeria who was appointed Minister of Special Duties on 6 April 2010, when Acting President Goodluck Jonathan announced his new cabinet.[1]Olubolade was born on 30 November 1954 at Ipoti-Ekiti in Ijero LGA of Ekiti State. He was commissioned into the Nigerian Navy in 1974, and attended courses including the Britannia Royal Naval College, UK in 1975 and the Naval College of Engineering, India in 1979.[2] On June 9, 1997 he was appointed Military Administrator of the newly created Bayelsa State by the military government of General Sani Abacha.[] As governor, on 4 May 1998 he established the Bayelsa State Council for Arts & Culture.
Olubolade retired from the Nigerian Navy in 1999 at the start of the new democratic regime.[5]In April 2006, Olubolade was briefly arrested during a House of Representatives by-election in the Ekiti South II Federal Constituency.[6] He was an aspirant to become Action Congress (AC) candidate for governor of Ekiti State in the April 2007 elections.[7] Later in 2006 he defected to the People's Democratic Party (PDP). He was appointed Chairman of the Ekiti State Project Monitoring Committee by Governor Segun Oni

Musa Sada – Mines and Steel - Architect Musa Mohammed Sada (born 25 February 1957) was appointed Nigerian Minister of Mines & Steel Development on 6 April 2010, when Acting President Goodluck Jonathan announced his new cabinet.[1]Sada was born on February 25, 1957 in Mani, Katsina State. He attended Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria and gained a B.SC in 1982 and M.Sc in Architecture in 1984. He earned an MBA from ABU in 1998. He practiced as a professional architect until being appointed Commissioner of Works, Housing and Transportation for Katsina State in 2007

Yusuf Suleiman –Transport - Alhaji Yusuf Sulaiman (born 30 January 1963) was appointed Nigerian Minister of Transport on 6 April 2010, when Acting President Goodluck Jonathan announced his new cabinet.[1]Sulaiman was born in Sokoto on 30 January 1963. He obtained B.Sc Degree in Business Administration from Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria in 1986 and MBA from ABU in 1989. He joined the civil service, where he worked in various positions. Before being appointed Minister he was Chairman of the Governing Council of the National Teachers' Institute, Kaduna.[2]After being appointed Minister of Transport on 6 April 2010, Sulaiman said the Ministry was committed to transforming the shipping industry to comply with global best practices

Bello Adoke – Attorney General - Barrister Mohammed Bello Adoke, Senior Advocate of Nigeria, (born 1 September 1963) was appointed Nigerian Attorney General and Minister of Justice on 6 April 2010, when Acting President Goodluck Jonathan announced his new cabinet.[1]Adoke was born on 1 September 1963 in Kogi State. He gained a degree in law from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and 1985, and was called to the Nigerian Bar in October 1986.[1] He also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in International Tax Law from Robert Kennedy University in Zurich, Switzerland and a Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration from Keble College, Oxford.[2]
He held positions with the Kwara State Schools' Management Board, Kano State Ministry of Justice and private law firms before establishing his own practice. He was a member of the Board of Peugeot Automobile from 2006 to 2008 and Chairman of the Board Audit Committee of Unity Bank.[1] He has acted as an arbitrator in England and Nigeria, handling commercial disputes involving Shell Ultra Deep and the Federal Government of Nigeria, Global Steel Holdings and the Bureau of Public Enterprises Investment, and AES Nigeria Barge and Lagos State Government.[2]
His appointment as Minister of Justice and Attorney General on 6 April 2010 was seen as an attempt by Jonathan to introduce a fresh approach in pushing through electoral reforms.
Prof Rqqayyatu Rufai- Education – could not get a full profile but from what I have read so far she is well qualified to lead the Education Ministry
Shamsudeen Usman –National Planning Ministry

Labaran Maku - Information and Communication

We eagerly await the rest of the team
Politics / Re: To All GEJ Supporters - Do You Regret Your Vote? by ama27(f): 11:24am On Jun 26, 2011
The post below was copied from the SR website . Will wait till the list is made official before i comment. However i am beginning doubt my understanding of the english language as surely nothing so far, and definately not the list below looks anything like 'Fresh Air'.

SaharaReporters today obtained a full list of 40 ministerial nominees to be sent to the Senate on Tuesday by Nigeria's leader, Goodluck Jonathan.
It contains names from the six geo-political zones of the Nigerian federation and is part of a cabinet of 44 with which our sources say Jonathan hopes to kick-start his new administration.

These 40 names are to be added to names of a few ministers to be known as "super-ministers" that might include Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, who is still negotiating with Mr. Jonathan for a jumbo ministry and, some sources say, salary. The name of Henry Odein Ajumogobia, the former Minister of Foreign Affairs did not appear on the original list but sources say he is still being considered.

SaharaReporters also learnt that Mrs. Stella Odua-Ogiemwonyi , who served as Jonathan's personal treasurer during the last election, and who appears on this list at number four, will likely become the Minister of Aviation while the discredited People's Democratic Party former deputy chair and Siemens’ bribetaker, Bello Haliru Mohammed, is penciled for the juicy Ministry of Defence.

Dr. Mohammed Pateh will likely run the Ministry of Health while Senator Bala Mohammed, who is said to be a close associate of Jonathan's wife, will head the Ministry responsible for the Federal Capital Territory.

Elder Godsday Orubebe will head back to the Niger Delta ministry, and Mohammed Bello Adoke will return to his old post as Attorney General and Minister of Justice just as Mrs. Ruqqayat Rufai will resume her position at the Ministry of education.

Mrs Dieziani Allison-Madueke, the controversial Minister of Petroleum Resources, who has severally ben accused of massive corruption in the oil industry, has also reportedly retained that post.


North West
39. Ambassador Bashir Yuguda- Zamfara
37. Alhaji Yusuf Suleiman-Sokoto-(Transport)
19. Ruqaayat Rufai-Jigawa-Education
20. Hajia Abiba Isah Dutshe-Jigawa
21. Alhaji Yusuff Abubakar -Kaduna
22. Dr. Shamsudeen Usman-Kano- (National planning)
23. Arc. Mohammed Musa Saada-Katsina
24. Bello Haliru Mohammed-Kebbi-(Defence)


South South
7. Mrs. Diezana -Allison-Madueke-Bayelsa
36. Arc. Tonye Cole-Rivers-(Works)
11. Mrs. Martina Odom-Cross River
12.Elder Godsday Orubebe- Delta
14. Arc. Mike Onolememen- Edo state
3. Prof. Ita Okon Bassey-Ewa-Akwa Ibom

South East
18. Biola  Viola Onwuliri-Imo
16. Barth Nnaji-Enugu-(Power)
4. Mrs. Stella Odua-Ogiemwonyi-Anambra-(Aviation)
13. Professor Onyebuchi Chukwu-Ebonyi
1. Barrister Emeka Nwogu-Abia

North Central
25. Mohammed B. Adoke SAN-Kogi-(Justice)
26. Alhaji Bolaji Abdullahi- Kwara
28. Labaran Maku-Nassarawa-(Information)
29. Hajia Zainab Ibrahim Kuchi-Niger
9. Dr. Samuel Loraer Ortom-Benue State
35. Dr. Jonah Madugu-Plateau
8. Comrade Abba Moro-Benue

South West
27. Olusegun Aganga-Lagos
34. Ms. Olajumoke Akinjide-Oyo
31. Akinwunmi Ayo Adesina-Ogun
33. Erelu Olushola Obada-Osun
32. Mrs. Omobola Johnson Olubushola-Ondo
30. Ambassador Olugbenga Ashiru-Ogun
15. Navy Capt. Caleb Olubaolade -Ekiti

North East 
10. Bukar Tijjani- Borno
40. Obadiah Ando-Taraba
17. Senator Idris Umar -Gombe
38. Dr. Yerima Lawan Ngama- Yobe
2. Hajia Zainab  Maina-Adamawa
5.-Senator Bala Mohammed-Bauchi-FCT
6. Dr. Mohammed Pateh-Bauchi-Health


BY Sahara Reporters
Politics / Re: To All GEJ Supporters - Do You Regret Your Vote? by ama27(f): 4:30pm On Jun 21, 2011
@ Noblezone

Before I say anything, let me just point out that im female. Also the main purpose was to get people's views, and educate each other by sharing our views/ opinions etc.
I think its is very disappointing that it is diffuclt to express differing opinions without word slinging and insults. We need to progressive. It’s a simple question , I was kind of hoping I will be educated with ALL opinions expressed.
My comments are below .

Mr POSTER!

You are either a commedian, a mischief maker or simply an innocent ignorant soul.
I am neither a comedian or mischief maker I think the forum is open to every , you could have ignored the post rather you took time out to extensively contribute. You seem to have already decided am ignorant _ why ask again?

1. The unfortunate incident with NYSC corpers
The Jihardist "North" has been maiming, Desecrating and killing fellow Nigerians from "before" ONE Nigeria was found? Please, have you heard about the Usman Dan Fodio and the slaughters that lked to the spread of Islam?

Some poeple were calling for "violence" even before the elections and such peopel are not harrassed by the govt simply because the President is a gentle man and more so, people like you are going to call for his head if he dares touch them. Don't remind of my the pains of the Reinhard Bonnke roits, or Akaluka's head on a spike paradded on streets of Kano because a woman in the same yard used a torn Koran to clean here baby. N o just make me vex o.

- My comment What was the resposnse when the NYSC corpers ran into the police station, was there any instant response to address the reports when they came in? Also was there not intel gathered

2. Kidnap of NYSC corpers

Kinapping has been going since the days of OBJ its only a pity that it happened to Corp members. Is has nothing to do with who is in charge.

3. That kidnappings happen the whole of Nigeria and not  the Niger Delta anymore ( and now to Nigerians - young and old)
Kidnapping spread from ND even before OBJ was forced out. It escalated during Yaradua, abi you just return?

My comment -Yes , and it is evermore present now and on the constant increase and it is to anyone. It links to the current state of security.
4. The oils spills and the inability of the govt to ensure the compensation is right, remedial action is taken and that the money actually gets to those affected. This is despite the fact that our President is from the region and has also been in state govt so he should know the issues by heart.

hahahaha (my ribs e, kai, my ribs). did you say oil spills? Please, have you heard of Ken Sarowiwa? Of how why and how he died? Please, google oo. I say, google ooo.
My comment -I know the story but does that mean it should continue – who bases their actions of inability of the past? I would have thought it would have been at the forefront of his mind to address those issues. Afterall he was in on the Amnesty program?

5. Boko Haram - has metermophed into a group of intelligent, educated peeple ( see latest press release from them) as opposed to initial police intel of a sharia sect .

OBJ no fit stop Boko Haram, eveen yaradua who is both from the North and a moslem could do nothing. George Bush could stop Al Qaeda (or whatever) neither could he catch Bin Laden, and you are hear to call names on a man who who took oath of office just three weeks ago.
My comment -I don’t remember any name calling , do you? See my statement. Did Obama rest even though he prev president didn’t catch osama?
Besides the war on terrorism was initiated straight away


6. The fact that it took MR President over 24 hours to address the nation following the Police HQ bomb and assure Nigerians of their security.

It is wisdom to think before you speak than to spoeak before you think.  
My comment -If your relative was affected will you take that? Look to other parts of the world is that the norm?

7. The increased armed robbery in banks

Armed robbery in Banks? You are so hilarious! Plz, just google "Lawrence Anini Monday bank". They were robbing banks as far back as 1986.
My comment -Again see my comment for number 4[/b]8. Bombings has now become a common occurence in Nigeria ( all over even those not detonated - Ogun) as well various bomb scares

Why wont bomb become a common thing? When poeple like you are not taking up their responsibilties of nation building. Thank God they stopped some, thank God they intercepted some at the ports. Thank God, a bomb factory at Kaduna was discovered and closed. Thank God bombers and would bees are being arrested. I just thank God.
[b]My coment -Who are people like me? How am I responsible for the bombing?
Can you please educate as it seems you are ‘nation building’

9. That a U turn was made about the PDP 'zoning ' policy  and the fracas that ensued in the House You can celebrate the 'fracas" as much as you like, but oine thing I know is this. I personally looked at all the conterstants and Mr President was the best option for me, zoning or no Zoning. As for the so called "fracas", good things will come out it.
My comment - you did not address the point
10. That will be a month next week and the cabinet is still not in place. - We are already seeing signs of recycling in the name being mentioned - will wait for outcome.
It is wisdom to take your time and get it right, than to hurry and mget it wrong. Foru years is not four days, its good to take time to pick the people. If he hurried, you'll complain. As he is taking his time, you are aslo complaining. Them send you?
My Comment - If your loved one was involved will you take that , it that how things are done in the world ?

11. The consistent decline in electricity generation. - We all know NO economy can grow without power
Is has improved my area. Yet, Power genration and distrubtion cannot be achieved under one month. Okay?
My comment - Yes sir ‘ Okay’

12. Bankole - His ability to resist arrest and still  have security staff assigned to him , our President quoted as referring to him as a key supporter and didnt want anyone spreading rumours. Also the fact that he was only arrested when GEJ was to meet Obama ( he has now been released and since then we havent heard anything else)
I once wathed a movie called "Conspiracy theory". You can wirte and produce the Nigerian version.
My comment - again you didn’t address the issue

13. The take by legislators to increase wages when the 18000 minimu wage cant even be paid ( never mind the fact that there is great concern about their current wages and the recent missappropriation case)

My comment - You mean you are blaming Mr President for the irresponsiblity of our (dis)honourable representatives? You must be a clown.

MY comment - I have never worked as a clown , might attempt it -. But Mr President can interfere in other matters regarding the legislators abi?

To all my fellow Nairalanders that voted /supported GEJ do you think you made the right decision?

Yes, yes, yes ,  and yes. a million times.

Now if you don't mind, use google. okay?
My comment - Thanks you have answered my question. What has google got to do with getting people’s opinion? This is a forum. Thanks
Politics / To All GEJ Supporters - Do You Regret Your Vote? by ama27(f): 7:53am On Jun 21, 2011
Following the elecetions , there was so much hype about how GEJ is 'different' , 'fresh' , 'a good man' in fact the most people used to say ' i voted GEJ and not PDP' - do you still really think so?
The fact that he is a returning president also means things should be carried out faster.

Already all sorts of events have started to unfold:



1. The unfortunate incident with NYSC corpers

2. Kidnap of NYSC corpers

3. That kidnappings happen the whole of Nigeria and not  the Niger Delta anymore ( and now to Nigerians - young and old)

4. The oils spills and the inability of the govt to ensure the compensation is right, remedial action is taken and that the money actually gets to those affected. This is despite the fact that our President is from the region and has also been in state govt so he should know the issues by heart.

5. Boko Haram - has metermophed into a group of intelligent, educated peeple ( see latest press release from them) as opposed to initial police intel of a sharia sect .

6. The fact that it took MR President over 24 hours to address the nation following the Police HQ bomb and assure Nigerians of their security.

7. The increased armed robbery in banks

8. Bombings has now become a common occurence in Nigeria ( all over even those not detonated - Ogun) as well various bomb scares

9. That a U turn was made about the PDP 'zoning ' policy  and the fracas that ensued in the House

10. That will be a month next week and the cabinet is still not in place. - We are already seeing signs of recycling in the name being mentioned - will wait for outcome.

11. The consistent decline in electricity generation. - We all know NO economy can grow without power

12. Bankole - His ability to resist arrest and still  have security staff assigned to him , our President quoted as referring to him as a key supporter and didnt want anyone spreading rumours. Also the fact that he was only arrested when GEJ was to meet Obama ( he has now been released and since then we havent heard anything else)

13. The take by legislators to increase wages when the 18000 minimu wage cant even be paid ( never mind the fact that there is great concern about their current wages and the recent missappropriation case)

To all my fellow Nairalanders that voted /supported GEJ do you think you made the right decision?
Romance / Re: See Me See Trouble O by ama27(f): 9:05am On Jun 12, 2011
@poster can i just say be careful. my husbands friend has lived with us for over 2 years and i have never asked him to help me put any jewellery on, not because i have not been in a position where i needed help and he is the only one at home, but because i don't want to make him uncomfortable.

if it was my own friend ( a guy) then its diffrent. This doesn't mean we dont gist and talk .

Also i assume she knocked on the door, why did u say come in' when you knew u had only a 'short' towel on infact why did you say 'come in' when u had only a towel on period!
Travel / Re: Move Back To Nigeria Club by ama27(f): 11:32pm On Jun 05, 2011
Busy_body:


Wow, na another person dey travel, na my own heart wan jump out through my mouth outta fear and trepidation embarassed Wishing you journey mercies oh my dear kiss kiss kiss .



Thanks o me sef i dey fear no be small.Am hoping my planning for the last 2yrs will help. i have also gone to naija every 3 months during those 2 yrs. so i have a clear pic and not romantising about moving to naija but with all that sef, i dey still fear , God is in control.
Travel / Re: Move Back To Nigeria Club by ama27(f): 9:48am On Jun 01, 2011
@lucabrasi i cant agree with you more. my transition to naija has taken me 2 years and i am now finally making the move now. I believe it the right thing for me. the 2yrs has enabled me set the right expectations for my self, understand limitations, do away with ideals and embrace reality.

i want to do my NYSC because i want to tick that box and have the certificate. i have also started my own business and have some other things in the pipeline.
Loads of opportunities in naija, but its tough to break through.
goodluck !!!!

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Travel / Re: Move Back To Nigeria Club by ama27(f): 12:42pm On May 31, 2011
NYSC is pretty straight forward for foreign graduates. you need to go the the nysc office in the state ( before it was abuja) The website has all the details about what you will need

You will need the help of someone based in nigeria though and you will need to go down there to submit and all .

i am UK based , moving back to nigeria in august , i am hoping to do the 'C ' batch of NYSC in Oct . If you need to any other info you can drop me a line t.adesemowo@gmail.com

My journey of trying to move back started 2 years ago , its finally becoming reality . ticket bought , date set , im now counting down , sit everyday at my desk day dreaming . i ve got loads of friends who have moved back ( few have had to come back to the Uk though- naija is tough.

anyways good luck
Politics / Anyim Pius Anyim - New SGF by ama27(f): 8:54am On May 31, 2011
Political Experts in the House Your view on Mr Presidents 1st appointment is welcome; What signals are being sent forward with this appointment ?

CULLED FROM THIS DAY

Anyim Pius Anyim, Former Senate President


The speculation and lobbying over who would become the next Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) ended Monday with the appointment of former Senate President Anyim Pius Anyim into the position regarded as “prime minister” in some circles.

This confirms THISDAY report last week that the former Senate President was being strongly considered for the position, with former Minister of Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, being also tipped to return to the cabinet if the discussions go well.

And while General Andrew Owoye Azazi retained his position as National Security Adviser, the cabinet was finally dissolved by President Goodluck Jonathan a few days after he told his ministers to carry on until the appointment of new ones.

Anyim, who now replaces Alhaji Yayale Ahmed will be sworn in Tuesday at the Council Chambers, Presidential Villa in Abuja, at noon.

The statement issued by the Director of Information in the Presidency, Musa Aduwak, said: "President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has approved the appointment of Senator Anyim Pius Anyim as the Secretary to the Government of the Federation. He will be sworn in on Tuesday, 31st May, 2011 at the Executive Council Chambers at 12 noon.

"Also, President Jonathan has approved the re-appointment of General O. A. Azazi as the National Security Adviser.”

Anyim, born on February 19, 1961, was Senate President under Obasanjo from 2000 to 2003, sought to become the national chairman of the PDP in 2007 but the governors rooted for and installed Prince Vincent Ogbulafor instead.

In the heat of the failure of former President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua to transmit a vacation letter to the National Assembly when he went for medical treatment in Saudi Arabia in 2009, Anyim led a delegation of 41 eminent Nigerians to the federal legislature calling on Yar’Adua to send the letter so that Jonathan, who was then vice-president, could be made acting president.

Also Monday, Jonathan formally dissolved his cabinet, saying their letters showed that their appointments ended on May 29, 2011, even though he had asked them to continue till the next cabinet is formed.

In the statement also signed by Aduwak, he said the president thanked them for their cooperation and asked them to be available when called for service to the country at any time.

The statement read: "In accordance with the appointment letters of members of the Federal Executive Council, Special Advisers, Senior Special Assistants, Special Assistants, and other political appointees, their appointments ended on May 29th, 2011. This brings to a close the former administration, and marks the beginning of the new one.

"The President thanked all the outgoing ministers, advisers and assistants and other political appointees for their service to the nation. He particularly lauded their patriotism and dedication, and wished them God's blessings in their future endeavours.

"The President called on them to always see themselves as partners in progress with the new administration, stating that the Federal Government would from time to time draw from their repository of knowledge in steering the ship of state."

The dissolution of the cabinet has effectively resolved constitutional issues raised by some lawyers over the validity of their continued stay in office beyond the life of the last administration which terminated on Sunday.

Lagos lawyer, Mr Festus Keyamo, Monday raised a legal puzzle on the non-dissolution of the Federal Executive Council, describing it as illegal and unconstitutional.

Keyamo, in a statement made available to THISDAY, said the continuous stay in offices by the ministers amounts to a fresh appointment by the president which needs the approval of the Senate in accordance with Section 147(2) of the 1999 Constitution as amended.

The section states: “Any appointment to the office of Minister of the Government of the Federation shall, if the nomination of any person to such office is confirmed by the Senate, be made by the President.”

He stated that anything short of this will amount to a progression in illegality and unconstitutionality.

He stated that if this anomaly was no immediately corrected, all official actions performed by the ministers after the fresh oath of office by the President would be null and void.

Supporting Keyamo’s argument, Chief Emeka Ngige (SAN) said beginning from Monday, any minister found in his or her office would be deemed to have breached the constitution.

He argued that ministers are supposed to go with the government that appointed them and that since the current ministers were appointed by President Jonathan to serve an administration that ended May 29, 2011, their reappointments would be subject to Senate’s confirmation.

Ngige also argued that apart from the fact that Jonathan was starting a fresh tenure, which requires that all his ministers whether old or new be screened afresh, the National Assembly is equally new and replete with new members.

But constitutional lawyer, Dr. Joseph Nwobike (SAN), disagreed with the views of Keyamo, saying  since the constitution does not have fixed tenure for ministers like the office of the president, and governors, it means that no law prevents them from continuing in office if the president so desires.

Nwobike argued that since the ministers had already been screened by the Senate, a fresh oath of office by the president should not prevent them from performing their duties as ministers as long as the President has not sacked them.

He stated that it is only those who were not in the cabinet before that need to appear before the senate for screening and not those already serving.

Corroborating Nwobike’s submission, another lawyer, Fabian Ajogwu (SAN), faulted Keyamo, saying that he may have confused Section 151 (3) of the Constitution which deals with the appointment of Special Advisers Section 147(2).

Ajogwu noted that under Section 151 (3), any appointment made pursuant to the provisions of this section shall be at the pleasure of the president and shall cease when he ceases to hold office.

He stated that there was nowhere in the constitution where it was stated that once a minister is appointed, his or her tenure has a fixed duration and has to be re-screened by the senate.

He contended that it is only new ministers that need to appear before the senate for screening and not the old ones.

Also, an Owerri-based legal practitioner, Donald Dewingwe (SAN) in his contribution, faulted Keyamo, saying that there was no provision in the constitution that stops the president from retaining a minister or asking any of them to continue in office.
Romance / Re: Nigerian Woman convicted for stalking Rio Ferdinand Manchester United by ama27(f): 12:59pm On Apr 20, 2011
i hardly post replies but i'ii make an exception here.

@ y'all bashing the lady

have  u all  thought for a moment that the woman in question could be a bit mentally unstable it takes a mind that suffers a degree of insanity to resort to such means just to have an audience or whatever else with the guy.

methinks she is not alright and in fact needs medical assessment to verify her sanity level. asides star stalking is a relatively boring topic, happens all the time and only becomes a sensational news when something really negative happens.

her nationality in this case is really unimportant, she is acting in her personal capacity and this in anyway shouldnt be used to judge nigerian women.

get a life people, this is such not 'news' nigeria is going through quite a lot now what with the rioting and killings in the north, the last thing that should  make front page news  now shouldnt be about a  perhaps mentally ill woman stalking her favorite football star!

@ poster

i do not see anywhere in the article she is identified as a nigerian, the report  was made based on a woman stalking football star and not a nigerian woman stalking a football star!

@ faithup - thank you . there are stalkers everywhere - u dont see people of those nationalies start shouting  i.e british people shouting about a brit stalker , besides she is referred to as a british woman. Na wa for us , just like the generation before us quick to judge and point fingers and not being able to think outside the box , thats why u have in naija people with learning difficulties termed as stupid and unserious because they are surrounded by ignorant adults
Travel / Re: Cheap Ticket To Nigeria From Atlanta by ama27(f): 11:04am On Mar 22, 2011
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Autos / Re: I Am A Clearing Agent,if You Have Consignment,am @ Your Service by ama27(f): 11:20am On Jan 30, 2011
@Mr banji

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Washing Machine
Old baby clothes
Picture
christmas tree
old clothes
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Travel / Re: Qatar Visa by ama27(f): 11:08am On Jan 30, 2011
@justwise - really appreciate that. Thank you. enuf respect

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thanks
Travel / Re: Qatar Visa by ama27(f): 1:09am On Jan 30, 2011
@justwise-  i was taken aback by your comment on scamming . You have never had any dealings with me so how have you come to that conclusion. I always tell people not everyone that is Nigerian is a scammer. Ar you Nigerian? If yes are you a scammer?

I also wonder when ignorant people post certain things but surely not a seasoned poster like u? ( looking at the number of posts you made)

People all over the world do not believe in us and we too dont believe in each other i wonder what hope we have. I havent asked anybody for money , neither have i offered services that were not requested. Visa processing is not illegal and i am sure you know that visa to the Midlle East is mainly coordinated by your travel agent.
My email shows i have a domain , i havent supplied a yahoo, gmail etc address. we all advocate freedom of speech , system of governace etc but at the same time do we practise it?

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Autos / Re: I Am A Clearing Agent,if You Have Consignment,am @ Your Service by ama27(f): 12:54am On Jan 30, 2011
Mr banji , i have already stated what is in the container. do you mean you want an itemised list?
Travel / Re: Qatar Visa by ama27(f): 2:44pm On Jan 29, 2011
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Autos / Re: I Am A Clearing Agent,if You Have Consignment,am @ Your Service by ama27(f): 2:41pm On Jan 29, 2011
Mr Banji

How much will it cost to clear a 20ft container- it will have a Honda accord and other personal effects inside

Thanks
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Travel / Re: Looking For Flights To Dubai! by ama27(f): 10:56pm On Jul 07, 2010
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