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Business / Re: NYIF Loan Discussion Thread by Evalusiah(m): 4:01pm On Mar 18
Kabiyesi12:


Without fully registered how, didn't you register last year

I'm still applying online for the loan, but am stuck at the Business Information tab, where you'll fill your business type, and I just received the text message but when I opened the link to fill BVN it's showing invalid BVN
Business / Re: NYIF Loan Discussion Thread by Evalusiah(m): 3:45pm On Mar 18
Please I just got this text message, even without fully registering...abeg help me

Business / Re: NYIF Loan Discussion Thread by Evalusiah(m): 4:35am On Mar 18
Am stock at the business info tab.... ...it keeps showing error messages
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Npower Batch C 2020 - How To Apply. by Evalusiah(m): 7:24pm On Mar 17
When AV updated it's putting my national ID for certificate and passport for national id. Please how do I solve this?

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Npower Batch C 2020 - How To Apply. by Evalusiah(m): 7:18pm On Mar 17
ItzDonnie:


Don't know if this will help in anyway but I'll share it anyway. When I did mine earlier today, the same thing you described happened to me so I went back to the qualification section, chose ordinary diploma (something like that), it then brought out a new set of column, I filled them up (note: without clicking on the submit button yet), still went back and changed back to secondary school and refilled everything again. Then, I clicked on submit continuously till it logged me out(was still displaying those error messages alternately before eventually logging me out), when I would login again using chrome (I was using firefox earlier), I found my profile updated

This method actually works, I just successful updated mine...thanks
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Npower Batch C 2020 - How To Apply. by Evalusiah(m): 6:31pm On Mar 17
Help o!!!!
AV tried updating my profile but keeps showing error, ssce applicant
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Chelsea Vs Burnley (2 - 0 ) On 31st January 2021 by Evalusiah(m): 1:58pm On Jan 31
Damnnn
Investment / Re: Crypto Currency Investors Thread by Evalusiah(m): 4:14pm On Jan 19
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Travel / Re: Introduction - The diary of one of many tired Nigerians by Evalusiah(m): 7:46am On Jan 07
oludanobi:
Happy 2021 people !! Just when we thought we had seen it all POTUS brings out another trick . Thasallfornow

Same to You....
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Evalusiah(m): 8:01am On Dec 12, 2020
rebecausoro:
Complete landing gist

I flew from Uyo to Lagos on Tuesday evening and I stayed with a family friend for the night. I arrived the airport around 10am for a flight of 1.40pm. I thought I was early until I saw the queue. Quick tip: even if your flight is for 6pm, get to the airport around 12pm and stay there till they are ready for you cheesy.

Ethiopian airlines usually do manual verifications of all students travelling to Canada. You really need to be there on time for this because the man doing it is slow and doesn't care about your time. He asked for proof of enrollment, admission letter, ArriveCAN slip, and visa page. Please make at least two copies of all of these too. After showing him, he'll snap and then send to someone via WhatsApp to verify. Once confirmed, your passport will be given a number and you'll then proceed to where it will be scanned again for secondary verification. After this stage, you will then go to where you can get a boarding pass.

The plane left Lagos around 2pm. I was seated at the back and had space to stretch legs smiley. We got to Addis Ababa around 7pm (Nigeria time) and then we entered a long queue for onward movement. From Addis Ababa, we went to Dublin for refueling and then to Toronto. Upon arrival, we talk a long walk (very long o) and got to immigration people. The woman that attended to me asked for these (in the following order):
1. Declaration slip (will be given to you in the airplane)
2. Passport
3. LOI
4. Student Status letter (enrolment letter)
5. School fees/tuition receipt
6. ArriveCAN page (apparently, I didn't even fill my own well and was delayed for a while. Make sure you fill yours well)
7. POF
8. LOA

She asked me the following:
Which department were you admitted into?
Why did you choose MUN?
What is your name?

Then she took my finger prints and issued me a Study Permit for 3 years (my program is for 2 years but I don't know why it was issued in excess).

I went to wait board a St John's flight after a long wait at the airport. Got to St. John without qualms. Reach my apartment, checked in and slept off.


Exams start on Monday. Canada is beautiful and nice. I love the place. Good luck to all who are applying or will soon come.

It has ended in praises.
Wow�
Thank God for everything
It will surely continue in praises

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Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Evalusiah(m): 7:54am On Dec 12, 2020
rebecausoro:
I'm in St. John's now after 20 hours of flight from Lagos to St John's via Addis Ababa, Dublin, and Toronto. I was so tired that I just entered my room and slept off. I couldn't even celebrate my landing. Gist is loading soon...
Wow thank God for a safe trip

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Travel / Architects Living/studying In Canada by Evalusiah(m): 9:08am On Oct 29, 2020
After searching nairaland travel section for architects/ architecture students living/studying in Canada. I decided to open this thread for Architects to learn how to get admission in schools in Canada/work, best province to consider and share useful information. Thanks
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Evalusiah(m): 3:17pm On Sep 08, 2020
Please help am lost, ah need a guide.
Travel / Re: Canadian Student Visa Thread Part 17 by Evalusiah(m): 3:16pm On Sep 08, 2020
Please can someone help me here, am lost. I dunno where to start from? Ah really need a guide.
Travel / Re: Introduction - The diary of one of many tired Nigerians by Evalusiah(m): 6:06am On Jul 14, 2020
Thanks for this post.
I've learnt a lot from it.
I'd really want to experience other forms of life, and i'm looking forward to relocating to another country. But am not certain of my choice yet(either US, Canada, Australia or the UK) anyone that favours my profession most(Architecture).
I'm planning of going there to further for my M.Sc then remain there and continue my life there perhaps.
I never knew the process of getting there was this hectic (the visa issue) but i believe that I'll make it out of this place very soon.


Thanks for this thread and i hope we will get posted regularly and help when we need them.

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Phones / Re: Screenshot And Post Your Data Usage In The Month Of February by Evalusiah(m): 5:25pm On Mar 01, 2020
Mine

Romance / Re: Guys, At What Age Will Your Tie The Knot? by Evalusiah(m): 5:44am On Dec 20, 2019
Most preferably 30-35.
Politics / Re: Buhari Welcomes Proposal By Hyundai To Set Up Car Plant In Nigeria by Evalusiah(m): 11:03am On Dec 18, 2019
Is it a refinery or a car plant?
Car Talk / Re: Mercedes-powered Made-In-Nigeria “Bennie Purrie” Can Rival Popular Sports Cars by Evalusiah(m): 11:59am On Dec 16, 2019
Very innovative......Jus 25 years old.....hmmmmm
Celebrities / Re: Cee-C: I Don't Know Tacha, I Didn't Watch Big Brother 2019 So I Don’t Know Her by Evalusiah(m): 11:54am On Dec 16, 2019

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