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Jobs/Vacancies / Female Office Secretary In An Real Estate Firm. by iNVICTUSobi(m): 1:25pm On Jan 11, 2016
Invictus Group is a property development and investment company with a diversified focus both in terms of sectors and regions.

Requirements:

>must be computer literate
>fluent in English / *Hausa is a bonus
>must be between 23 to 35 years
>must pay attention to details
>ability to work under minimum supervision

Qualification: At least O.N.D. with Excellent Typing Skills and Knowledge in M.S. Word, Excel, e.t.c.

Must be a resident of Abuja.

Submit C.V. on or before 15th January, 2016 via e-mail to: careers@invictus.com.ng
Webmasters / Corporate Website Designer by iNVICTUSobi(m): 1:01am On Oct 20, 2015
I am looking for a web designer, preferably in Abuja, but if you're in Lagos cool.

Below are samples of corp entities I like. No flashy flasy website! this is serious stuff.

Hit me up on invictusobi@icloud.com with your portolio

http://www.shanduka.co.za/home/index.html
http://www.thebe.co.za/
http://www.vantagecapital.co.za/

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Business / Are You In Abuja? Do You Have Zeal For Start Ups? by iNVICTUSobi(m): 12:27am On May 11, 2015
Are yyou based in abuja? Do you have a zeal to work with a team to make a start-up reality? Only passionate entrepreneurs wanted, both male & females. If these phrases excites you, then email me on invictusobi@icloud.com for heads up.

Have a awesome evening.

Cheers!

Obi

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Jobs/Vacancies / Architect Vacancy by iNVICTUSobi(m): 2:08pm On Feb 16, 2015
Invictus Real Estate is a property management, investment and development company offering end-to-end services along the real estate value chain, from management to joint-venture investments. The company is physically based in Abuja, FCT. We need the services of suitable candidates to fill the position of:

Job Title: Architect wanted

Location: Gwarinpa, Abuja.

Responsibilities:
Reporting to the project manager, you will be responsible for the progression of schemes from inception to completion.
You will be working alongside the Project Manager to develop designs and manage construction of various projects
Responsible for preparing architectural working drawings as well as presentation drawings.
Must be good in Autocard & Automax and 3D rendering is a plus
Consult with client to determine functional and spatial requirements of structure.
Someone who can work under little or no supervision
Responsible for project supervision and project management when necessary

Qualification/Experience:
B.Sc/HND in Architect from a reputable tertiary institution.
A minimum of 3 years working experience.

How to Apply:
Interested and qualified candidate should send their applications and CV's to: career@invictusconsortium.com or call 09-291-8135
Jobs/Vacancies / Architect With 3D Design Experience, With Revit by iNVICTUSobi(m): 2:38pm On Feb 10, 2015
Invictus Real Estate is a property management, investment and development company offering end-to-end services along the real estate value chain, from management to joint-venture investments. The company is physically based in Abuja, FCT. We need the services of suitable candidates to fill the position of:

Job Title: Architect with 3D design experience, with Revit

Location: Abuja.

Responsibilities:
Reporting to the project manager, you will be responsible for the progression of schemes from inception to completion.
You will be working alongside the Project Manager to develop designs and manage construction of various projects
Responsible for preparing architectural working drawings as well as presentation drawings.
Must be good in Autocard & Automax and 3D rendering is a plus
Consult with client to determine functional and spatial requirements of structure.
Someone who can work under little or no supervision
Responsible for project supervision and project management when necessary

Qualification/Experience:
B.Sc/HND in Architect from a reputable tertiary institution.
A minimum of 3 years working experience.

Application Closing Date:
20th February, 2014.

How to Apply:
Interested and qualified candidate should send their applications and CV's to: career@invictusconsortium.com or call 09-291-8135
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Jobs/vacancies Section Chatroom by iNVICTUSobi(m): 2:00pm On Feb 09, 2015
Invictus Real Estate is a property management, investment and development company offering end-to-end services along the real estate value chain, from management to joint-venture investments. The company is physically based in Abuja, FCT.

An opening for the position of "Administrative Secretary" have just opened up for immediate employment;

Responsibilities of the job include:

* answering telephone calls
* maintaining diaries
* arranging appointments
* taking messages
* typing and word processing
* filing
* organising and servicing meetings (producing agendas and taking minutes)
* managing databases
* prioritising workloads
* handling correspondence
* implementing new procedures and administrative systems
* liaising with relevant organisations
* coordinating mail-shots and similar publicity tasks

Skills and Qualifications:

Administrative Writing Skills, Reporting Skills, Supply Management, Scheduling, Microsoft Office Skills, Professionalism, Confidentiality, Organization, Travel Logistics, Typing, Verbal Communication.

Email your cv to: info@invictusconsortium.com or call 081 740 19484

NB: It is vital to have good IT and administrative skills.
Jobs/Vacancies / Vacancy: Secretary Needed Urgently! (gwarinpa, Abuja) - CLOSED by iNVICTUSobi(m): 1:59pm On Feb 09, 2015
Invictus Real Estate is a property management, investment and development company offering end-to-end services along the real estate value chain, from management to joint-venture investments. The company is physically based in Abuja, FCT.

An opening for the position of "Administrative Secretary" have just opened up for immediate employment;

Responsibilities of the job include:

* answering telephone calls
* maintaining diaries
* arranging appointments
* taking messages
* typing and word processing
* filing
* organising and servicing meetings (producing agendas and taking minutes)
* managing databases
* prioritising workloads
* handling correspondence
* implementing new procedures and administrative systems
* liaising with relevant organisations
* coordinating mail-shots and similar publicity tasks

Skills and Qualifications:

Administrative Writing Skills, Reporting Skills, Supply Management, Scheduling, Microsoft Office Skills, Professionalism, Confidentiality, Organization, Travel Logistics, Typing, Verbal Communication.

Email your cv to: info@invictusconsortium.com or call 081 740 19484

NB: It is vital to have good IT and administrative skills.

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Autos / Re: CUSTOMS CLEARING AGENT ( ADEXFEM ) by iNVICTUSobi(m): 8:08pm On Nov 27, 2013
How much will it cost to clear these two automobiles coming from America to Lagos:

Nissan Murano (2006)
Porsche Cayenne (2008)
NYSC / Re: NYSC 2013 Batch C Corp Members House by iNVICTUSobi(m): 11:46pm On Oct 17, 2013
jeok:
so call up number you meant. Call up numbers came out early this month(sent to institutions) and those who had intention to "work" their service to a choice state have already done so...am afraid its quite late to do such as states like ABJ must be congested by now, you can give it a try but I bet the cost will be high.

This is my problem, to have access to the call up numbers. As I am foreign based, where would one obtain the call up number in my own case? Please any information you have will be appreciated.
NYSC / Re: NYSC 2013 Batch C Corp Members House by iNVICTUSobi(m): 10:55pm On Oct 17, 2013
jeok:
hello @iNVICTUSobi, call up letters will be delivered to institutions within oct 29th-31st as stated on the website and this, i trust, applies to foreign studentse, otherwise, we would have knoooown!

Thank you brother. I was just making sure. I was trying to "work" my primary assignment to Abuja and the person demanded my call up number and I didn't know how to access this and he tells me the call up numbers are out hence my panic.
NYSC / Re: NYSC 2013 Batch C Corp Members House by iNVICTUSobi(m): 10:21pm On Oct 17, 2013
Hi guys, I am a foreign trained student, I keep hearing the call up letters are out but I am not getting information from the website and everyone says this call up are sent to the institutions. Please anyone out here who studied abroad and have gotten their call ups? I hail una oh
Sports / Re: Kenya Vs Nigeria - W-C Qualifier - (0 - 1) On 5th June 2013 by iNVICTUSobi(m): 3:08pm On Jun 05, 2013
Career / Are There Management Consulting firms In Nigeria? by iNVICTUSobi(m): 2:25pm On Mar 27, 2013
Guys please I need help compiling list of top management consulting firms in Nigeria.

Any contribution with firm name, address, website and other details will be much appreciated.

Thanks
Travel / Re: N30,000 For Police Clearance...is This True? by iNVICTUSobi(m): 2:22pm On Mar 27, 2013
Thanks guys! Thank God for the heads up. My sister was able to get it done for 6k. Naija can be wahala!

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Travel / N30,000 For Police Clearance...is This True? by iNVICTUSobi(m): 3:36am On Mar 22, 2013
Guys please I need answers. I am in Australia and I sent my finger prints to my sister in Naija for her to get me police clearance, and she went to alagbon and they say its 30,000 and she can pick it up the next day...is this for real? Please if anyone has it cheaper let me know.

Thanks.
Travel / Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by iNVICTUSobi(m): 2:29am On Sep 26, 2012
yslamsdestiny: Where Are Nigerians living in Melbourne? Ive been here for a week nw and e still dey go... migrated from South Africa!#pkos#[color=#990000][/color]

Bro I am here in Melbourne. St Kilda East. I am doing my MA at Monash uni. I moved from south Africa too. Hit me up obinwannem@gmail.com

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Travel / Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by iNVICTUSobi(m): 12:30am On Jul 31, 2012
yogos:

I am at uni melbourne doing a masters too. send your contact details to my mail account and I'll give you a call. I moved from perth and i'm finding melbourne quite cold. It feels like europe weather wise. e_ojo@yahoo.com

You have a mail! Yes the weather here is different, cold, windy and rainy all in one day.
Travel / Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by iNVICTUSobi(m): 5:36pm On Jul 29, 2012
Wow! good to see the reply rate on this thread. I moved to Australia for my masters in February, didn't find much Nigerians and already ran back to Africa for holiday after my first semester. I am back now and just visited Perth last week fr 4 days. Anybody in Melbourne hit me up...I'm at Monash Uni
Business / Re: Onitsha, The Commercial Capital Of West Africa by iNVICTUSobi(m): 5:14pm On Jul 29, 2012
Ndata: My alma mata.D.M.G.S Onitsha.The oldest secondary school in Igboland.A school that has produce many illustrious sons of Igbo nation.Dengramite for life.

Lux fiat my brother. This is also my alma mata, taught me many things I know today as a man and will forever be a dengramite. I won't forget that great school.

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Music/Radio / From South Africa To Nigeria | Listen To The Spanking New Club Banger “ko Ma Jo” by iNVICTUSobi(m): 12:50am On Jul 12, 2012
iNVICTUS Entertainment presents “Ko Ma Jo” by Teezy, Rexx and Hydro. A mash up from South Africa to Nigeria produced by Lucas (UK based producer that has a hand in major UK hits like Jessie J‘s “Do it like a dude” and Sugababes‘ “Freedom”) and E-Kelly so you know there isn’t a short supply of funky “jollification” tunes to make you dance and groove.

Teezy is iNVICTUS Entertainment’s talented 15 year old Nigerian rapper currently residing in South Africa; Hydro is South African born rapper signed to the infamous Zar Empire, and on the hook is the fast rising Nigerian based singer/song writer Rexx. With these three in attendance, “Ko Ma Jo” was born… destined to rock the clubs.

Enjoy!

Play Rexx, Teezy and Hydro – Ko Ma Jo

http://www.bellanaija.com/2012/07/12/from-south-africa-to-nigeria-listen-to-the-spanking-new-club-banger-ko-ma-jo-by-teezy-rexx-and-hydro/

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Phones / Re: Instagram by iNVICTUSobi(m): 9:43am On May 10, 2012
My Instagram: invictusobi
I will follow back

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Travel / Re: Where Are Nigerians In Australia . by iNVICTUSobi(m): 6:29am On Mar 30, 2012
My people! I have just arrived in Melbourne for about a month now. Doing my postgrad at Monash Uni. Anyone around this vicinity? Or even anywhere in Oz, lets catch up.

Thanks.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Is China A Threat To World Peace And Security? by iNVICTUSobi(m): 6:24am On Mar 30, 2012
Callotti:

God bless you for your civilized response!
You are an inspiration.
Good to see most Nigerians on NL are not animals.
There is hope.

We are here to learn and I will not even waste my precious time on someone who wants to come on the internet and call names....too cool for that hahahah thanks by the way.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Is China A Threat To World Peace And Security? by iNVICTUSobi(m): 6:23am On Mar 30, 2012
Callotti: Yes, China could be a threat to world peace only if they choose to.
We all know from history that power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely!
China is strategically positioned to stay neutral, or tilt ANY socio-economic scale in ANY direction.
Time will tell.

Gbam!
Foreign Affairs / Re: Is China A Threat To World Peace And Security? by iNVICTUSobi(m): 6:23am On Mar 30, 2012
Mynd_44: America is the biggest threat to world peace

I agree! But China's character has to be questioned too.
Foreign Affairs / Re: Is China A Threat To World Peace And Security? by iNVICTUSobi(m): 6:22am On Mar 30, 2012
Capt.Barbosa:
You must have been smoking too much of CNN and other western propaganda outlets.

1. The USA support Saudi Arabia, saudi does NOT practice democracy and the last time I checked, it has one of the worst human rights and gender descrimination. Do you know that women can't drive in Saudi?

2. All the so-called US allies in middle east are roque dictators and never you hear her calling for election in those country. E.g Qater, Oman, UAE.

3. USA support Pakistan even when Gen. Musharraf was ruling the country, he used to visit white house in full military outfits and have photoshow with President Bush Jnr.

I see China, Russia, Iran and some southern american countries like Venezula, Brazil, as forces balancing the "evil" of US. I may not subscribe to all whats happening in those countries, but hey, no one plays by the rule. So, China is a "disruptive power" to evil US. cool




I really like the point of view you have taken here. I am not in support of the United States either, just asking a question to see what you guys think. But still on chine, do you not think that by the behaviour of Chinese government domestically, there is a perception that this can be a true picture of their character and can act the same way if they have the position internationally? Again just an argument...I clearly understand your previous point.

Thanks.

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Foreign Affairs / Re: Is China A Threat To World Peace And Security? by iNVICTUSobi(m): 3:02am On Mar 30, 2012
shymmex:

The US of A is the only threat to world and it has been since the end of world war 2.

You sir, are silly. Please, don't procreate because there are to many sheeple like you in the world - we don't need more.

I am no sheeple as you may think, this is a forum to learn and share ideas and when I asked for comments, you clearly pointed yours out but name calling isn't something I am willing to participate in. Thank you sir.

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Politics / Our Politricks Inspired By African Politicians by iNVICTUSobi(m): 2:44am On Mar 30, 2012
This is my very first post on the forum and considering the fact that this forum has been specifically set-up to serve Africans, I will start by giving a full profiling of Africa as we know it, yes I know that most of my readers will be Africans, but we will still give that brief profile and history of what is known as the most endowed continent.

Africa is indeed a very large continent; the world’s second largest after Asia. Its land area is slightly over 11, 500, 000 square miles stretching nearly 5 000 miles from Cape Town to Cairo and more than 3 000 miles from Dakar to Mogadishu. The political geography of this huge continent consists of 53 modern nations, including island republics off its coasts. The African continent is the most tropical of all continents, lying astride the equator and extending equal distances toward both north and south.

What must be noted is that the concept of the world is an invention and construction of the first literate observers. These first literate observers happened to come from the West. Beginning with the voyages of discovery, the Westerners formulated the concept of the world and began to define Africa. The voyagers drew sketch maps of what they saw which formed the basis of the modern world map.

The first problem for the early literate observers pertained to the size of Africa. Gerhard Mercator was the first Western cartographer to try and draw the map of the world that included Africa. In his map, Africa appeared as smaller than North America. In reality Africa is three times the size of the United States of America. Mercator’s map was so distorted that it even confused the lines of latitude.

Four hundred years after Mercator, a German cartographer, Arno Peters (1967) produced the Peters Projection Map of the world in which the sizes of the continents were more accurate relative to their surface areas.

Whereas the Europeans chose the name Europe for their continent, the name Africa was not coined by the Africans for their continent. The name is traced from Graco-Roman civilization. The Romans who dominated Europe, the Middle East and North Africa referred to their colonial province of Tunisia and Eastern Algeria as ‘Africa.’ The meaning of term is controversial. Some scholars trace it to Latin or Greek word Aprica, meaning sunny or Aphrike, meaning without cold. Later Arab immigrants arabicised the name to Ifriqiya. Initially, the name was used with specific reference to North Africa but as the Westerners expanded beyond the Sahara they extended the term to the whole continent.

However, many people living in Africa as well as foreigners do not think of the continent as unified, and there are quick to make a clear distinction between North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa/Black Africa. This division is often based on racial terms. Africa became the land of black people and a Dark Continent. An attempt was made to deny Africa its heritage of multi-colour. The African were from then racially identified on the basis of their differences from Europeans.

What must be noted is that we get most of the representations of Africa and the African from the western discourse. This discourse revolves around the ways in which the West has represented Africa and its inhabitants throughout history. Their representations of Africa stretch from the voyages of discovery (16th century) to colonial enterprise of the 20th century.

This representation of Africa has provoked one of the leading African philosophers Valentin Mudimbe to write two influential books; The Invention of Africa and The Idea of Africa, where he stated clearly that Africa has been the invention of Western scholars. Mudimbe made the important point that reality is socially constructed and Africa as we know it, through its western representation, is a social construct.

Up to today Africa and its people are still suffering from the politics of othering and representation. This politics of representation and interpretation of Africa and the Africans is always connected with power and power struggles.

In a nutshell, Africa is defined by its history and political contestation in political and social theory. In summary terms, the identity of Africa and Africans is the product of Europe’s Africanisation process: European hegemonic map-making, European criteria of Africanity based on skin colour, European imperialism that inadvertently fostered Pan-Africanism, African nationalism, and Diasporic cultures that emerged from the slave trade.

Your comments........ ?

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Foreign Affairs / Is China A Threat To World Peace And Security? by iNVICTUSobi(m): 2:40am On Mar 30, 2012
The most burning question of our time is, as it stands, is the PRC a force for good in the modern world or is it, simply put, a disruptive power.

The arguments for it are many-that it supports fundamentalist and military dictatorships in unstable states such as North Korea, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sudan etc., that it does not strongly oppose Iran in its pursuit of the 'bomb' and though it outwardly professes friendship and cooperation based on equality with other countries, it has a hidden agenda to dominate them through unfair trade practices such as in the recent 'currency imbroglio'. And lastly it is an anti-democratic entity which demoralises democratic societies by its mere existence.

If it is indeed a force of evil, then it begs the question as to how it can be stopped. How can it be bought down piece by piece? Your comments.......?

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