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Crime / Re: Woman Boiled Water 3 Times And Poured On Her Niece (Disturbing Photos) by KayyDee: 1:31pm On Feb 01, 2021
Adeling:

Boinling point is 100 degrees.
But has she come boil am 3 times that one mean say na 3 x 100 = 300 degrees
Sorry 4 x 100 (water evaporates after boilin point) so it still remains 100 degrees.
But seriously, most women walking on this earth are demons clothed in flesh!

Please, be well guided,

Yes, water ONLY bIegins to boil at 100 degrees Centigrade, BUT it doesn't stop there if you keep boiling.
Therefore, if you continue boiling the water afterwards, some of the water will be evaporating, yes, but the temperature of the water will keep rising beyond 100 degrees.

If you wanna know for sure, get an appropriate thermometer and measure temperature of water you have boiled extra 15 minutes after it initially started boiling and see the difference.

If you remember your physics well, you'll know energy is neither created nor destroyed.
Each extra energy put into an already boiling water will keep elevating the Temperature, while some will be used to break the BONDS that allow the boiling water turn to vapor and evaporate.

Just like you should know that some ice are around - 20°C and more, despite 0°C being the standard freezing point.

I hope we have learnt something on this one.

Thank you.
Foreign Affairs / Re: China To Overtake US As World's Biggest Economy By 2028, Report Predicts by KayyDee: 1:45pm On Dec 26, 2020
Ok
Food / Re: How Much Is Tomatoes Paste In Your Area? by KayyDee: 10:23pm On Dec 19, 2020
okirewaju:
6 for #600 wholesale price

It's actually 5 pieces in a wholesale pack @ #600
...except you have a different wholesale arrangement in your area sha.
Travel / Re: 8-Lane Highway Linking Port-Harcourt & Obigbo (Pictures & Video) by KayyDee: 6:58pm On Dec 19, 2020
Chekwume16:
Shut up. What do you know about that road? People just sit in their villages and commend projects on video

Exactly my bro,

Indeed, most people rush to comment on a project they may know nothing about, just to glorify a government they are supporting.

I for one, believe this project is most likely a Rivers State Government project.

To the best of my knowledge, there was no Federal contract awarded for the reconstruction of Enugu-Umuahia-Aba-PH Expressway.

Rivers being a very rich state tend to do their section of Federal roads after waiting for FG long enough without answer.

They did it with the road leading to Owerri/IMO State, whereby travellers enjoy their trip till they get to Omerelu, then it's a case of nightmare down to Owerri, starting from the Imo State boundary.

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Travel / Re: 8-Lane Highway Linking Port-Harcourt & Obigbo (Pictures & Video) by KayyDee: 6:47pm On Dec 19, 2020
stealmatic:
Bro its like u dnt read b4 u comment,it is a federal project not state own

It seems your advice will be good for yourself too.

Please, do pause and consider carefully before commenting on topics like this...
Especially if you don't live in PH/Rivers.

The fact that this is apparently being done only on the RIVERS STATE section of the express, will tell any discerning person that the road project was most likely initiated by the Rivers State Government (Of course, in hopes of getting refund from the FG in the future)
Of course, many State Government do this/or has done this in the past (just in case you are among those who believe that once a project is ongoing at a federal road, it must then be an FG project)

This is not to argue who is better between Rivers Gov & FG, or who should take the glory. It's just to set the records straight.

So, be well guided my friend.
Thank you.

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Travel / Re: 8-Lane Highway Linking Port-Harcourt & Obigbo (Pictures & Video) by KayyDee: 6:39pm On Dec 19, 2020
vixpal:

Federal Government of Nigeria
That is part of East-West Road

Please, kindly check well before commenting.

This is Part of the PH - ENUGU Expressway instead.

East-West road only crossed the road at Eleme junction.

Again, the fact that this is apparently being done only on the RIVERS STATE section of the express, will tell any discerning person that the road project was most likely initiated by the Rivers State Government (Of course, in hopes of getting refund from the FG in the future) Many State Government do this/or has done this in the past (just in case you are among those who believe that once a project is ongoing at a federal road, it must then be an FG project)

This is not to argue who is better between Rivers Gov & FG, or who should take the glory. It's just to set the records straight.

Thank you.

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Music/Radio / Re: Di'ja's Single "Inyamuri" Generate Ethnic Reactions (Photos) by KayyDee: 7:24pm On Dec 10, 2020
Sanchez01, you are one very, very smart guy.
You made all the sense there needs to be made here, and quite eloquently too.

Origins of these names matter more than just thinking you are having some fun with them.

On a face-to-face level, I for one don't even call an Hausa man Aboki, because I'm not quite sure how derogatory or otherwise, he may find it, despite knowing the meaning as "my friend"

Again, some have argued it has a pre- Biafran war origin. Nonetheless, because of it's obvious use during the very gory war events of Nigerian/Biafran war, it would be a sign of wisdom to consider peoples feelings and sensitivities before using any word, most especially ones that are considered offensive.

Sanchez01:

Well, true. Branding as a result of what you eat isn't a crime.

I know for a fact that the Yorubas refer to Igbo folks as 'Aj'okuta ma m'omi' (One who eats stone without drinking water - Origin: The Igbo Akpu is stronger and stone-like compared to the typical Yoruba fufu' and then there is 'Ndi ofe mmanu' (Oil soup eater - Origin: The Yorubas obviously fancy palm oil to vegetable oil and they use it in abundance when cooking).

Where I'm from, we have a name for the Yorubas, Hausas and Igbos based on obvious habits. Regardless, the scenario is a bit different when 'Inyamuri' is compared with all other aforementioned names. There is a sad story to the name the earliest people who branded the names on the Igbo people did so out of spite and ridicule. While the average Northerner might not understand that it is derogatory, using the same in a body of work even though the song is non provocative is a huge miss. Research should be the foundation of every creative works.

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Career / Re: Secondary School Teaching Vs Lecturing: Which Of These Two Jobs Should I Choose? by KayyDee: 11:39am On Oct 07, 2020
Hello @OP

First, I want to say that it depends on the kind of person you are.
If you are an ambitious type (like myself) you would realize that ambitiousness does not look primal at money, but achievement, fulfilment, and steady growth.

Having said that, each option has its PROS & CONS.

For the Secondary School, the only PRO i Immediately see is the higher pay/other benefits (which I consider just a slight financial advantage)

However, I dont know how that Secondary School will afford to pay you as much as say 250k in the next 7 years.
Because, the truth is that yes they will increase you r salary, but they are not government owned, so it can't be guaranteed nor necessarily commensurate with the time you've spent in there.

And don't forget that sooner, 96k wont mean much to you as you marry and have a few kids to your family.

But when it cones to Lecturing work; initially, especially on financial grounds, it seemed quite the lesser offer. Then, there's this issue of being a private University...and we know that since it's not Government owned, it can be a bit dicey when it comes to steady promotions, and how much each promotions are worth in salary increments.

But the major advantages of a university (even a private one) are listed below:

1) You are more likely to grow with additional education, like getting your PHD.
Besides, when you have that PHD, you can more easily get a much higher placement in another university (even Federal) seeking to fill Lecturing openings/Positions in say, Lecture 1, Lecturer 2 or even A senior Lecture.
These positions i listed above are well paid in most Schools.

2) Again, you get to meet rich and influential people whom you teach their wards ( although I imagine that your current Secondary school job may be affording you this same privilege already and perhaps, even better at secondary school level, giving that the kids are still young, and so, parents tend to hitch them up with a good teacher at this leve l for better care)



3) As a lecture, you will have much time to pursue other endeavours (even if the chance is not there right now as a beginner, you'll figure it out sooner as you progress)


4) You could become an author easily and sell your books. If you are in the sciences, you could become a major researcher, and that could open you up to international repute, and could bring you research grants too.

5) Finally, being a lecturer places you higher in the society, regardless of the salary, and so it could build you up to a better equipped man. This could help you land better appointments or positions in the future.

Very Importantly;
Before choosing the Private University, be sure they are doing well as a School, I mean, already well established.

So, that you don't get in, and realize that they tend to owe salaries at the end of the month, or that most of their courses are not yet accredited.
All these may mean that the university could close up any time, and you will feel worse, having left a seemingly better paying job for it.

Just carry out some research about the school, and how reputable and suitable they are for your General life plans, and do your due diligence.

However, in all these, you should follow your own heart the most. Some people prefer teaching and mentoring younger children, as against teaching in the university.
So, if you are like that, and much more happy in the Secondary School, then stay on, and you will most probably be happy and fulfilled in the future.

But, avoid using current pay package as your major reason for reaching any conclusions, for tables can so easily turn
.

Finally, your Fiancee is only doing what some women tend to do (preferring to be called a wife of someone seemingly more respected in the society)

But threatening to leave a relationship on that grounds is all shades of wrong, and I totally frown at such.
Hence, I have no reason to try and convince such a woman to stay, if she's no longer comfortable with me and whatever LEGITIMATE stuff I choose to do with my own life.

It's your life, it's your decision to take, although it's a good thing to consult people in your life about important life decisions like this one, so as to get their input, listen to their legitimate concerns, allay their fears and convince them where needed, or maybe amend where needed. By so doing, reassuring them of your respect for their opinion, and because good communication is the lifeblood of any relationship.

But to arm-twist you into choosing what they like, instead of what you like, is a no no for me.
So, be strong-hearted about what you love and choose, regardless of what others want to cajole or emotionally blackmail you into choosing.

So, think deeply with all these points I listed above, and if you are honest to yourself, you will easily come to a solution good for your heart and life too.

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Romance / Re: Why Do Handsome Guys End Up With Less Attractive Women? by KayyDee: 11:38pm On Aug 08, 2020
jaxxy:
Fine guys don't hussle for babes that much they go for the ones arround their orbit. Fine gals wait for guys to hussle them sadly fine boys are preoccupied with other ladies attention to notice them. Average gals don't mind hussling for the fine guy so they are mostly in his orbit and he falls for them for more than just beauty cos he's fine and the average gals showcase more than just beauty which shes average in bt he likes.

In other words he goes for the gals that are not proud and have more than just beauty. Beauty isn't his top priority.


Very good observation.

Indeed, of all the comments i have read, you are the only one who seemed to have figured it out.

I just need to add this: in most cases, this is not even premediated or preplanned by the guy.
At least in my own case, it took me time before i figured it out as the reason why I'm mostly seen with average/not-too-fine but sensible girls.

Quite frankly i don't mind, as in most cases, they tend to bring much more good value to the table.

Finally, I believe many fine girls think same of fine guys (although, in a little different way and areas).
Many fine girls think fine guys don't try so much harder like the other guys to over please or over indulge her, and so they too, tend to end up more with less attractive men.

As an example some fine girls do murmur to my friends, that i don't always try to hello and hi them / acknowledge their presence or praise their looks.
But me, I'm just mostly preoccupied with 'better' stuffs i believe.

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Family / Re: Hidden Life Rules That I Learned Too Late In Life by KayyDee: 9:35pm On Jun 22, 2020
pansophist:
1. Lions are called the king of the jungle because Tigers (and other stronger formidable predators) do not live in the jungle. In other words, the people who look down on you do so because you haven't assumed your throne and shine in your glory. Go be a king in your domain.



You wrote so wonderfully well. Kudos.

However, I just need to use this opportunity to point out this widely held misconception.

First, to begin with, the lion does not live in the jungle...never. It actually lives on the grassland.

The Tiger, on the other hand, lives fully in the Jungle. But is typically a lone hunter, who mostly ambushes his preys, instead of hunting openly.

The lion is called the king of the jungle for two reasons.
1. It's appearance with its royal-like mane.

2. The fact that Nothing preys on them in the their domain...while they seemingly lord over and prey on almost every other animal no matter how big, due to it cooperative hunting style.

You can fact-check this yourself.

Once more, a very good write-up you have there.
Thanks.

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Family / Re: My Wicked Wife Didn't Buy Christmas Clothes For Our House Help by KayyDee: 12:07pm On Dec 21, 2019
phkka1:
She doesn't have value for this girl that is helping her to raise her own children.

Exactly.

However, the problem is that many people (most especially, women) don't see House helps as those helping them out...they instead see house helps as those they are helping.
Perhaps, this is because they believe that they chose them, and so, could have chosen another house help instead of you.

They also believe that feeding the house help is already a great job, high and above all.

However, i like to see people look at a house help firstly, As someone who is unfortunate to not have the means, otherwise they would have preferred their parents house to yours. This, normally, should give you a sense of compassion in dealing with the person.

This means that, even if you are not living with the person, you could still do charity for such a person. So, how much more if the person is living with you, and contributing to the success of your home.

If you view your househelp as stated above, it would be hard to maltreat them...except they themselves are either very bad to your family, or very ungrateful, in which case you should quickly send them packing.

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Education / Re: ABU Didn't Admit Goodness Thomas Into MBBS Cos In Niger Alone She Ranked No. 7 by KayyDee: 9:53am On Dec 20, 2019
Although ABU seem to have their admission policy already spelt out b4 this young girl's unfortunate misadventure, This is still not right in the 21st century where merit reigns supreme in most counties of the world.

In fact what their admission policy entails is that: someone from Zamfara who only scored 230 or lower, could be admitted to study medicine in ABU if he's ranked 1st or 2nd in his state's Jamb result (for that particular course/department). He ends up being a Med Doctor. While someone from e.g. Ekiti who scored 320 is denied because he's 4th in his own state.
So, if this is what ABU calls merit, then that is indeed the poorest form of merit that i have ever seen.

This is even despite the fact that they have reserved another 20% for educationally less developed states (whom we all know that are almost all from the Northern region)


While ABU's intentions might not necessarily be bad (as they may truly be pursuing a truly altruistic agenda, like having a truly cosmopolitan school), it still makes no sense in this modern time.
_______ _______ _______ _______ _______

In fact, admission to higher institutions should be at least 90% based on pure merit, as it's done in most Developed world.

Except they want to tell us that this is to accommodate most Core Northern states, who might not be able to get such competitive scores to be in some top departments.
This is because, i believe that without this their admission policy, most southern states will still make it in, by their own individual merits.


--Shallom--
Health / Re: What To Do When Snake Bites You And There Is No Hospital Nearby? by KayyDee: 9:48pm On Dec 17, 2019
dawnomike:
1 - Tightly tie the upper region and lower region of the bite wit a rope to reduce the venom flow into the blood stream...

2 - Cut open the bite areawit a knife or blade and try to such out d venom

3 - place a cut of onions on d region.

NB: Do all d above while rushing the victim to the hospital

Hello Friend, I'm not really totally countering your points, but I see that most of the things you suggested here, are simply against the advice of medical Doctors at WebMD.

See below for details:
Do not:
1. Cut a bite wound

2. Attempt to suck out venom

3. Apply tourniquet, ice, or water

4. Give the person alcohol or caffeinated
drinks or any other medications
.

NYSC / Re: My Service Year In Anambra - Corper Peter Omoniyi Gidado by KayyDee: 11:40am On Dec 17, 2019
Peace to you, my friend smiley

PerkinDossier:
All these useless long story is to prove one useless point about your village called Owerre being expensive because of your inferiority complex. When we know that owerre is a village filled with poor people. How it became an expensive town is what I don't know.

OP has told us the true situation on ground, stop coming here to prove one non existent point.


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NYSC / Re: My Service Year In Anambra - Corper Peter Omoniyi Gidado by KayyDee: 11:32am On Dec 17, 2019
KayyDee:


My brother, nice observations there.
However, I needed to point out that, most of Igboland, particularly Anambra was one of the very Last to start selling a pure water sachet @ #10 in this country.
I'm quite certain that as at 2014 when i last observed, that water sachet was still sold at #5 in Onitcha Anambra state.

Niger Delta states were possibly the first to start that, as cost of living is generally higher in most of those South-South states.

IMO state also has the highest cost of living in Igboland. This is perhaps due to their proximity to Major/very expensive Niger Delta Cities like PH.
So, i believe IMO was the first to switch to #10 per sachet of water.

But, even at that, as of 2009 when i was living in IMO state capital, Owerri, water was still #5 per sachet.

So, your assertion on the Water Sachet Price is hugely misinforming.

Maybe there was a water shortage in your area at the time. That's the only explanation that could make sense here.

As for market women charging u excess; well, generally they will give you a price, and hope that you price it down. That's how most traders operate.
So, when you unfortunately don't know how to price, then, even if some of them may feel guilt,, they may not urge you to price it down some more. That's business for you.

However, for most market women, if they clearly know you are a corper, they will gladly give you the best prices. Some even will give you wonderful discounts and freebies... Of course, depending on how nice the market is treating them on that day.

One thing i clearly noticed in Anambra in particular is this; they so much love and support Corpers...except you as a corper is troublesome to them.

Mostly in the villages, Some people, after you've rented a room in their house as a Corper, they will still be dashing u food stuffs from there farms, if they feel you are good or peaceful.

Most corpers whom I personally know, who serverd in Anambra, always gush about the place and the people.


Even in some communities where boys misbehave, most a times if they want to harass you, and then found out that u are a Corper, you may hear something like, "leave am biko, na Coper O" or "leave am, na my brother teacher for school"

The last thing vast majority of Anambra people will intentionally want to do, is to sour the experience of a peaceful visitor. NEVER.

Finally, nowhere is perfect, and so Igbo people have there own issues, and some troublesome people, that i agree.

Thank you.

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NYSC / Re: My Service Year In Anambra - Corper Peter Omoniyi Gidado by KayyDee: 10:59am On Dec 17, 2019
jahsharon:
I did my NYSC at Onitsha - Oweri Expressway. Anambra girls are the most beautiful in the country. Fulani girls are very beautiful, Kanuri and Shua Arabs girls are very beautiful. Port Harcourt girls are very beautiful. Benue girls are very beautiful. Ondo and Ekiti girls are quite beautiful. But Anambra girls are the most beautiful. I almost stayed back at Anambra fter my NYSC because of Anambra Agnels, these girls are super beautiful.

However, Igbos generally love money too much. As at 2002 when I was doing NYSC, sachet water was 10 Naira per sachet while it was still 5Naira in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. The market women also charged me excess for anything I was buying.

My brother, nice observations there.
However, I needed to point out that, most of Igboland, particularly Anambra was one of the very Last to start selling a pure water sachet @ #10 in this country.
I'm quite certain that as at 2014 when i last observed, that water sachet was still sold at #5 in Onitcha Anambra state.

Niger Delta states were possibly the first to start that, as cost of living is generally higher in most of those South-South states.

IMO state also has the highest cost of living in Igboland. This is perhaps due to their proximity to Major/very expensive Niger Delta Cities like PH.
So, i believe IMO was the first to switch to #10 per sachet of water.

But, even at that, as of 2009 when i was living in IMO state capital, Owerri, water was still #5 per sachet.

So, your assertion on the Water Sachet Price is hugely misinforming.

Maybe there was a water shortage in your area at the time. That's the only explanation that could make sense here.

As for market women charging u excess; well, generally they will give you a price, and hope that you price it down. That's how most traders operate.
So, when you unfortunately don't know how to price, then, even if some of them may feel guilt,, they may not urge you to price it down some more. That's business for you.

However, for most market women, if they clearly know you are a corper, they will gladly give you the best prices. Some even will give you wonderful discounts and freebies... Of course, depending on how nice the market is treating them on that day.

One thing i clearly noticed in Anambra in particular is this; they so much love and support Corpers...except you as a corper is troublesome to them.

Mostly in the villages, Some people, after you've rented a room in their house as a Corper, they will still be dashing u food stuffs from there farms, if they feel you are good or peaceful.

Most corpers whom I personally know, who serverd in Anambra, always gush about the place and the people.


Even in some communities where boys misbehave, most a times if they want to harass you, and then found out that u are a Corper, you may hear something like, "leave am biko, na Coper O" or "leave am, na my brother teacher for school"

The last thing the vast majority of Anambra people will intentionally want to do, is to sour the experience of a peaceful visitor. NEVER.

Finally, nowhere is perfect, and so Igbo people have there own issues, and some are very troublesome, and that i agree.

Thank you.

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Politics / Re: Garba Shehu Reacts To Punch Newspaper's Editorial by KayyDee: 6:04pm On Dec 11, 2019
shadeyinka:
The problem isn't the use of the title "General"
BUT
the use of "Regime" instead of Government.

Those crying evidence of freedom of speech had better think!


You are indeed the first person here to observe this critical point. Kudos.

Governments around the world hate it so much when referred to as "a regime".

It makes them feel illegitimate (or, having overstayed their welcome), and so, liable to be dissolved by domestic uprising or international pressures.

So, presidency is well wary of this and correctly afraid and possibly jittery over it.

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Politics / Re: DSS: We Didn’t Arrest Sowore In Court — His Supporters Were Only Acting by KayyDee: 1:16pm On Dec 08, 2019
sunkoye:
ohh...you expect them to wear a uniform that screams DSS when the are about to play their joker's? They have premeditated what the outcome might looks like. That is why they are intelligence agency. They must not get very caught!

My friend, God bless you..
Sense no go kill you jarre.

Its a huge shame that some people actually believed that the fact that they were not wearing the DSS Official jackets automatically means that they are not DSS Agents.

Like you said, they most probably had a clear plan ahead of time, and so in this case, they needed to appear less present by wearing suits instead of uniforms or DSS jackets.

In fact, DSS is known to wear SUITS more than DSS uniforms, after all, they are secret Agents.

Now, doubters should tell me who the hell is the guy in black suit under Sowore, and the other guy in black suit trying to pull Sowore in the longer video clip.

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Politics / Re: Group Storms Court, Demands Sowore Be Rearrested by KayyDee: 10:31am On Dec 06, 2019
The question should be this: Under what umbrella or group have they gathered? who is the convener??
Because, i have realized that most times, the shamelessly rented and assembled protesters, do not have any legally registered civil society or group behind them.

They simply look very hungry and tattered.
...and this is the power of hunger and poverty against peoples ability to choose not to participate in dishonest and dishonorable ventures.

I rest my case

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Celebrities / Re: Tacha Becomes Ciroc Ambassador, Shades Big Brother by KayyDee: 6:23pm On Nov 21, 2019
For those saying that she's shading bigBrother; has it not occurred to you that, it might be that she's actually only telling us her "grass to grace story". by starting with that unfortunate story of her life.
Because, indeed, it was very disappointing for her, and a very low moment of her life.

This Ciroc endorsement deal is very big, and So, this is most likely a celebration of climbing from a lowly place to a higher place for her.

The major problem here is that bloggers are always too quick to label everything as 'shading' just to sell their news.

We as people must also learn to reason on our own, and not always following what bloggers are saying hook -line-and-sinker.

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Crime / Re: When Sanity, Logic And Common Sense Come Under Attack by KayyDee: 12:29am On Nov 16, 2019
OP, your experience is quite an Unfortunate one.

Its just great that you didn't get injured in the whole accident, otherwise the bike man wouldn't be the one paying for your treatment (judging from how they turned the whole incident around against you)

However, I need to mention here that you need to go check yourself in the hospital to be sure you truly didn't sustain any internal injuries that could lead to internal bleeding (just in case you've not done that already)

I have heard of many such cases of people celebrating that they didn't get hurt in an accident, only for them to find out, mostly quite late, that they had internal bleeding.

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Jobs/Vacancies / MTN Nigeria Recruitment Oct. 2019 – Logistics Operations Officers by KayyDee: 7:08pm On Oct 11, 2019
MTN Nigeria Recruitment Oct. 2019 – Logistics Operations Officers

MTN Nigeria Recruitment – The leader in telecommunications in Nigeria, and a part of a diverse community in Africa and the Middle East, our brand is instantly recognisable.
It is through our compelling brand that we are able to attract the right talents who we carefully nurture by continuously improving our employment offerings even beyond reward and recognition.

Job Title: Officer, Logistics Operations (Supervisory)
Locations: Enugu/Port-Harcourt
Employment status: permanent

Job Description

To support the logistics processes which covers storage and transportation of requirements for trading stock and fixed assets.

Also responsible for planning & management of deliveries, management of inventory returned from site/customers including receipt, repair / replacement by supplier or declared as scrap and disposal.

Create/ maintain charge lines (refers to financial costs associated with shipping routes) and validate critical information has been included.

Manage landed costs

Job Condition
Normal MTN working conditions
May be required to work extended hours
Open plan office
Requirements, Experience & Training

Education:
First Degree in Supply Chain Management Or Related Qualification

Experience
3-7 Years of Experience in Supply Chain Management;
Experience working with others
Experience working in a small to medium organization
Working Knowledge of Oracle.

Minimum Qualification
BA qualification.

CLICK HERE For Further detail & Apply

Jobs/Vacancies / TECNO Recruiting Graduate Sales Supervisors (Oct. 2019) by KayyDee: 12:26pm On Oct 11, 2019
TECNO Recruiting Graduate Sales Supervisors
OCT. 2019

Carlcare Development Nigeria Limited, a subsidiary of Transsion Holdings formerly known as TECNO Telecom Limited, established in July 2006, is a high-tech company specializing in the R&grin, production, sale and service of mobile communication products. After years of development, Carlcare Development has become an important part of the mobile phone industry and one of the major mobile phone manufacturers in the world. Currently, it has full ownership of three famous mobile phone brands TECNO, itel and Infinix alongside with our Electronic appliance department (SYINIX) and an after-sales service brand Carlcare.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: Sales Supervisor

Location: Lagos

Job Summary
We are seeking a detail-oriented, organized sales supervisor to join our growing team
In this position, you will play a key role in establishing the training system and outlet activity system for syinix retail team
He/she will monitor the sale performance and makes sure that the team meet and exceed sales Quota.

Application Closing Date
30th October, 2019.

CLICK HERE For more details & Apply

Jobs/Vacancies / CWAY Group Job Recruitment Oct. 2019 – Internal Control Officer by KayyDee: 11:43am On Oct 11, 2019
CWAY Group Job Recruitment Oct. 2019 – Internal Control Officer

CWAY Group is a multinational company specialized in the production & whole-sale supply of treated water, water dispensers, soft drinks, foods & beverages industry in countries of Africa & Asia.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Internal Control Officer
Location: Lagos

Role Summary
To review all Internal processes, systems and policies and make recommendations. And ensure the risk to the business is minimized with a view of delivering improvement.

Qualification/Skills
B.Sc/HND in Finance or Accounting
2 years or more experience in Accounting, Finance or Auditing in an FMCG Firm.
Good knowledge of internal controls process and procedures
Strong analytical skills. Detail oriented and ability to interpret figures and other financial information.
Sound written and oral communication skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft office and SAP.
Application Closing Date
15th October, 2019.

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Jobs/Vacancies / Philips Outsourcing Recruiting Nce/ond/hnd/bsc Holders For A Commercial Bank by KayyDee: 10:53am On Oct 11, 2019
Philips Outsourcing Recruiting NCE/OND/HND/Bsc Holders For a Commercial Bank

Philips Outsourcing – Our client is one of the leading financial institutions (commercial bank) in Nigeria with branches across the country. Providing financial service for individuals, families, SME’s Multinational companies and more. As a matter of urgent needs, we are currently recruiting for a Sales executive for our client.

*The work environment is In Lagos (Ilupeju, Itire, Surulere, Mushin, Apapa, Costain, Ebute Metta, Ikeja, Victoria Island, Lekki, Yaba, Gbagada, Oworonshoki, Iganmu )*
Person’s Specification
– Must Possess NCE/OND/HND/Bsc
– Age: 38 years and below
– Must be a goal getter, prior experience in this field is an added advantage.

Job package
– Basic salary
– Leave allowance
– 13th month salary
– Commission
– HMO
– Pension

How to Apply
Click the link below to apply

https://www.mydreamjobs.info/2019/10/philips-outsourcing-recruiting.html?m=1

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Jobs/Vacancies / The Nigerian Navy Direct Short Service Jobs 2019 by KayyDee: 12:46pm On Oct 10, 2019
The Nigerian Navy has Just commenced the recruitment of graduates and HND holders through the Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) Course 27
(October 2019)

Applications are hereby invited from suitably qualified Nigerians for enlistment into the Nigerian Navy through the Direct Short Service Commission (DSSC) Course 27.

Deadline: 6the November 2019

To see all the 15 listed departments, the entry requirements, and to Apply, Click the LINK below:

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