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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Post Entry Level/Industrial Trainee Jobs Here For Those Without Experience by kinggenesis(m): 3:12pm On Sep 09, 2018
Somebody should please help me out. I urgently need a single room to rent at Isolo or it's environs. cool
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Updated-New Job Vacancies by kinggenesis(m): 3:11pm On Sep 09, 2018
Somebody should please help me out. I urgently need a single room to rent at Isolo or it's environs. cool
Jobs/Vacancies / It’s Time To STOP Discrimination On The Grounds Of A Person’s Age. by kinggenesis(m): 2:00pm On Aug 27, 2018
By Brigette Hyacinth
Author: The Future of Leadership: Rise of Automation, Robotics and Artificial Intelligence

I HIRED a candidate with 30 yrs experience. You wouldn't believe the opposition I got. The HR Manager said he is "too old" and won’t 'fit into our culture.' She was not impressed.

This guy had been laid off by his previous employer due to restructuring at the age of 53 years. He kept applying for jobs but was rejected for being 'Overqualified' which led to his 'Employment Gap' reaching almost 1 year.

Everyone is looking for that 18 year old with 20 years experience.

This guy brought an abundance of experience and taught me a lot that I never learned from all my years in the industry. You can’t Google Experience! Employers if you want the best talent, you need to be considering the 'OVERQUALIFIED' candidates.

The truth is 'Overqualified' is really the code word for age discrimination. AGEISM in the workplace is very real and sadly quite acceptable. Our society needs to change. All that should matter is if the candidate has the right skills and attitude to do the job.

It’s time to STOP discrimination on the grounds of a person’s age.
Agree?

Cc Davide470, Mynd44, Dominique

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/activity:6438361214652338176
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Most Common Interview Blunders And How To Avoid Them by kinggenesis(m): 3:25pm On Aug 09, 2018
In addition, job seekers should endeavor to understand basic laws in their field before going for an interview.

The interviewer may take you unaware with simple questions which can be really embarrassing. You go dey sweat under AC. cheesy

You can imagine being asked to state the 3 laws of motion or Ohms law (because you studied electrical electronics engineering) for the role of quantity surveyor.


Na there you go know sey your village people no sleep the previous night. grin
Business / Re: Football (+Other Sports) Betting Season 12 by kinggenesis(m): 5:02am On Aug 07, 2018
EMriss:
this nonsense is Here ..you guys should create a thread for this shit...just occupying space

I guess you are new here or you are just a Troll. Try and read from the first page of this thread (I no dey give you work o grin) and you will understand better. cool

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Business / Re: Football (+Other Sports) Betting Season 12 by kinggenesis(m): 4:55pm On Jul 24, 2018
Bigmex:
hahahaha. astana chop a lot of people money today. hasin

It's not over until you hear the final whistle cheesy

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Business / Re: Football (+Other Sports) Betting Season 12 by kinggenesis(m): 4:46pm On Jul 24, 2018
StRichard:
Seems like 1xbet is having problem.

wordbank:
I'm currently having issues logging into my 1xbet account (mobile and desktop).
initially, my account was logged in and was on history showing games i staked for today on my mobile phone before i tried logging into through desktop but on refreshing the page i noticed that i have no selected games today in my history.
Is anyone having similar issues and how can I fix this?

Yeah, the site is down.

Let's give them time sha, cos my body dey hot � cool

Modified: The site is OK now

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Sports / Re: Salisu Yusuf Caught Receiving Bribe On Camera by kinggenesis(m): 6:51am On Jul 24, 2018
Welcome to Nigeria where competent professionals are neglected and the Incompetents are allowed to do the job.

It's really pathetic. cry


Is he actually going to deny this?

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Updated-New Job Vacancies by kinggenesis(m): 12:25pm On Jul 20, 2018
Miniso:
Na marketing oooo u go wakaa tyre dey fynd who wan buy shoes..i was dere last month thinking it was an indoor sales thing
shocked shocked shocked
I don make up my mind since 12am sha (proximity to work).

Thanks for the revelation though, this would help other joblanders subsequently. grin
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Post Entry Level/Industrial Trainee Jobs Here For Those Without Experience by kinggenesis(m): 4:17pm On Jul 19, 2018
Please who knows something about this Yikodeen Footwear Limited?

I have an interview (Customer care representative) scheduled for 20/07/2018

The location is 279, Babs Animashaun, Surulere, Lagos.

I don search tire cry , I'm unable to get tangible information about them.

Please help a brother.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: The Job Factory by kinggenesis(m): 4:16pm On Jul 19, 2018
Please who knows something about this Yikodeen Footwear Limited?

I have an interview (Customer care representative) scheduled for 20/07/2018

The location is 279, Babs Animashaun, Surulere, Lagos.

I don search tire cry , I'm unable to get tangible information about them.

Please help a brother.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by kinggenesis(m): 4:14pm On Jul 19, 2018
Please who knows something about this Yikodeen Footwear Limited?

I have an interview (Customer care representative) scheduled for 20/07/2018

The location is 279, Babs Animashaun, Surulere, Lagos.

I don search tire cry , I'm unable to get tangible information about them.

Please help a brother.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Updated-New Job Vacancies by kinggenesis(m): 4:07pm On Jul 19, 2018
Please who knows something about this Yikodeen Footwear Limited?

I have an interview (Customer care representative) scheduled for 20/07/2018

The location is 279, Babs Animashaun, Surulere, Lagos.

I don search tire cry , I'm unable to get tangible information about them.

Please help a brother.
Events / Re: Happy Birthday Seun Osewa by kinggenesis(m): 5:44am On Jul 17, 2018
Happy Birthday bros











When are you getting married? wink (It is just a harmless question)




Nobody should attack me, I get headache grin

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Updated-New Job Vacancies by kinggenesis(m): 2:58am On Jul 17, 2018
tobylawal:
is this real.... need answers b4 2mao morning


Via your application, PTML invites you for Business Interview on Tue, July 17, at 13 Oladosu Str, Off Toyin, Ikeja. 9AM.
Bring a CV.
Best regards,
HR Grace.
Something is fishy here.

The said company is having the same address with another company (MAX Ltd).

I smell GNLD cheesy

https://www.nairaland.com/968512/list-fake-employment-companies-stay/74

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Politics / Nigeria Will Never Have Electricity Sufficiency Using Main Grid - Nebo by kinggenesis(m): 8:19am On Jul 16, 2018
INTERVIEW

He was Nigeria's Minister of Power for two years where the enormity of the power challenge stared him in the face. He is convinced that Nigeria cannot get power sufficiency but can deploy power generation to needed areas using the latest generation machines one of which he has invented. Professor Chinedu Nebo has completed research on what would be a power generating revolution that he explained to Charles Ajunwa and Ahamefula Ogbu



Your record at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) as Vice Chancellor was so resounding. A lot of Nigerians expected you to replicate same feat at the Ministry of Power when you served as minister. Why was that not possible?

With regards to power, you know when I came to the Ministry of Power the entire power system in the country was in a transition because government had decided to privatise all the generating companies (Gencos) and all the distribution companies (Discos) and to retain only the Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN). So, that period was not an easy one at all because that time of transition so many things were happening. There was so much unrest among the labour union members and so on. But in spite of that, we did a lot of innovations. We were able to get signed a policy for renewable energy in Nigeria and such a policy was put in place during the time I was minister. We also did the bill that made Nigerian Electricity Management Services Agency (NEMSA) a national agency of the country. In addition to that, we did quite a lot of things with regard renewable energy, solar power and so on, where we demonstrated using three towns- Shape, Walu and Durumi that people could use 24/7 power supply using only solar without being connected to the power grid. We really did quite a few things. We started Operation Light Up Rural Nigeria, but unfortunately, we were cut short. You know I was only there for two years and two months before our government was changed and then of course, I stopped being a minister. So, I would say that we didn't have all the time in the world to do all those wonderful revolutionary power systems we wanted to set up for the country. But because of that when I left office, I felt I still owe the country and that was what led me into continuing searching for a way of solving energy crisis in Nigeria, and by the grace of God we have something to show for it now.

Can we know that thing you have to show for it?

I have been working with so many young people in different places right from before I even became Minister of Power. The first time was when I was even Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Enugu State University of Science and Technology. I had an ally and we were talking about big power station, I said no, let's start with renewable and we did a lot of research. I had always believed, and I still believe, that we can generate electricity without fuel not necessarily using only gas or even solar or wind or hydro, but purely electromechanical means of sustained electricity generation. So, I had funded some people that are technologically savvy. They were talented. I notice them, fished them out and start working with them. But then when I became minister, there was a power group we started that I tried to encourage people in different places. So, I started working with them and soon after that, we were swept out of office. Of course, we continued the research. By the grace of God, we have invented a means of generating electricity using minimum fuel supply. What we have been able to do, is to build our own turbine system that incorporates an electro mechanical system, iterative system that multiplies power that is generated by a small engine. So, we have a small engine driving a large turbine. What we have succeeded in doing, is that we actually have 22.1 kilowatt engine driving a 250 kilowatt turbine using only the fuel of the 22.1 kilowatt engine. In other words, producing 10 times the power using the same amount of fuel as the small engine would use. We have been able to get enough equipment to measure the electricity output and we found out that we could generate over 200 kilowatts from a 22 kilowatt engine. That is almost 10 times. You can imagine the fuel savings! So, it's just that we don't have the resources. I invested substantially because the research is 100 per cent funded by me. So, I have received no money from anybody within the country or even outside. It was just recently that some people started showing interest but we still are yet to find investors. We have not publicised it, we are hoping that soon that we will do a public display of this machine then we will attract investors to come. So, what we have calculated is for this people using 500 kilowatts to 1,000 kilowatts generators, if they did a 10-hour shift every day we could save them N30-N50 million every year for each generator by the savings they get from fuel.

Have you patented it?

It's patented, we have a Nigerian patent. I'm the leader of the group.

But is the federal government aware of this?

The government is aware, but I'm sorry that the government doesn't seem to be interested in anything. It's surprising! The government has an idea because we presented this to the Ministry of Science and Technology. You would have expected that somehow the ministry would say "Okay why don't we fund this or the research through the Energy Commission or through any other commission or any other agency." But there hasn't been a single response from the government on that. But again, I have never believed that government can solve Nigeria's power problems. It has to be solved by the private sector and much of the problems that we have in this country are seemingly intractable for government to solve. So, the private sector has to sit up and I believe solutions will come from the private sector.

What is the problem with the electricity architecture of the country?

The problem, first and foremost, people wonder whether the government has good intentions. You know after the unfortunate military interregnum when President Obasanjo came to power he started very aggressive programme and that was what brought the National Integrated Power Projects (NIPP) into limelight and funded it. Unfortunately, it was discontinued when President Yar'Adua took over, but later President Jonathan revived all of that. That was an aggressive way of giving Nigerians several thousands of more megawatts of electricity. But I have been crying from the first day that I took office as Minister of Power that Nigeria will never, I repeat never have energy or electricity supply sufficiency using the Main Grid. It cannot happen. The reason is very easily obvious - To give every part of Nigeria the transmission infrastructure that would eventually distil to distribution infrastructure needed for every community to get electricity in Nigeria will cost several trillions of naira. Electricity or power supply is not the only problem government has; government has to work with health, give road infrastructure, do educational infrastructure, aviation, environment and so on. So many babies that the government has and the government cannot put trillions of naira in transmission infrastructure with the same amount of money they would have used in building very formidable, I would say, transmission infrastructure. They can take electricity to the people where they need it by what you call direct distributed power. You go to a community build a small power plant, use distribution network to do it or embedded generation. You take small engines, small generators or turbines to communities, to institutions - whether it's agriculture or business cluster or industrial cluster, you measure the power they need and give it to them. If they grow, you increase your capacity incrementally as growth comes. But when the country insists on doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result each time, it's one of the Chinese definitions of insanity. You cannot be doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result each time. It doesn't work! But that is what Nigeria has been doing and unfortunately, for the past few years not much has happened in the power sector. We are not generating anything more 4,000 megawatts till today. It's horrible! It's harrowing! Industries are folding up on a regular basis and we are pointing to government, to make the government look at power generation and distribution from another angle - Imbedded generation and distributed power. That is the way to go and then we need to capture renewable energy. Every part of Nigeria is amenable to renewable energy especially solar. Many parts are amenable to wind especially the coastal areas and some high wind velocity areas and a few are amenable to hydro power of different sizes. There are also even miniature hydro power plants that can be built easily with very little problem. But the government doesn't seem to care about these things and it's most unfortunate. And for us, these power turbines that we have built, we have done some tests and also realised that we can power the same turbine without a single drop of fuel by using compressed air and water. That is the next level we are going. So, while we are launching this one and as we get the resources for more research, we will be able to perfect it where it will be driven either by solar or by what we call aero hydro technology using compressed air and water to drive the same turbine that we are using small engines to drive now. When we do that, it means we can generate electricity anywhere in this country and give people the power. There is going to be industrial revolution based on our findings. In fact, an American friend of mine that I told about what we are doing said "This is disruptive technology". It's going to change the way power is generated in the whole world not just Nigeria. But as you speak, even engineers don't understand this. They don't believe it. They don't know it's a reality. That is why we decided to mount it, it's now mounted where we are going to do the display and presentation to the country at Coal City University, Enugu, where I happen to be Pro-Chancellor of the Governing Council.

Still on the problems of electricity, what is wrong with the privatisation policy of the federal government?

I don't think anything is wrong. It's just that governments appear to be too much in a hurry. It's the greatest or the biggest privatisation ever done in history with regards to power and I would have thought government would have done that incrementally. Sell a few Discos, not just outright sale because government still retains 40 per cent in the Discos and maybe 10 per cent or so in the Gencos. But they should have done that in piecemeal so that you learn as it matures, but this one fell-swoop privatisation took everybody by storm and some of those who bought the companies were not ready. They claimed to have what they didn't have. They said they had creditworthiness, many of them didn't. They said that they had resources, many of them didn't. Some said they have technical experts and partners, many of them didn't. That is why the government is still subsidising them underground to make sure that everything is afloat otherwise the entire system would collapse. But I tell you that the thought and the principle is correct. It's just that we should have taken these things stepwise or done that incrementally and if we were to do it completely the way it was done, I think a lot greater level of due diligence should have been done before privatising.

Is there any way you can interface this new technology that you are on now with the present turbine system that Nigeria has invested so many billions of dollars on?


Right now, what these turbines that Nigeria has built many of them especially the NIPP ones have not been commissioned. Most of them were almost essentially completed during the President Jonathan administration, but the current administration, because of some level of lackadaisical attitude doesn't seem to be interested in pushing everything forward in making sure because these people still need some kind of support. You don't give birth to a child and the child becomes independent the very first day. You keep allowing the child to learn how to crawl and then how to walk and then how to run eventually. That has not happened. It didn't take much time before we left the office. We are still in the learning process. But with our own technology, the beauty of it is we can design a one-megawatt generator that can be driven by only a 50-100 kilowatt engine or when we now have the resources to perfect the aero hydro technology driven by water and compressed air. We take it to anywhere even in the cities where there is constant power failure, we can sell power directly to the Discos and that is one good thing this government has tried to do by encouraging more people if you can generate up to two megawatts you are free to sell your power if you have a license. So, I believe if you look at the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC), it should be able to grant licences, so, we can sell directly or do them in smaller bits of 500 kilowatts and so on. Go to a Disco and tell a Disco, this is a high-priced area, these people need power and they are only getting six hours a day let's give you 24/7 power and we will sell it to you at the same price or slightly discount it from what you are getting from Gencos. So, it's a win-win situation for everybody. People get power 24/7, Discos make their money and we make our money. You know, what really pains me is one day a big going concern- General Electric, Siemens or even Mikano - any of them can come and buy our licence and start producing and we would lose the base.

We have no support from anybody, Nigerians are not interested. But it's horrible, nobody wants to do research. How can you think of me a public servant funding research? It's not done anywhere! But we have to do it because I passionately believed in this, even mortgaging asset that I have had for more than 30 years in order to make sure that this works. Thankfully, by the grace of God, we are at the verge of a new dawn. I believe we are very close to industrial revolution because with this system anywhere you want to site your industry, anywhere you want to build an estate, anywhere you want to do agricultural processing you get a machine like this. You don't need to be connected to the National Grid and you would get power 24/7.

Don't you think politics in the Nigerian system can negatively affect what you are doing?

Certainly, you know one of the greatest problems in our land is politicising everything. It's most unfortunate. Yes, but it could be that politics could also hamper this. For instance, people would say, how come it's coming from this part of the country? We are not going to support it. Or people can say well, if this thing goes on it's a 100 per cent Nigerian project. All of us who are part of this are Nigerians. So, this is a Nigerian technology there wouldn't be any opportunity for anybody to corruptly enrich themselves. Look at Nigeria, importing finished petroleum products till today. How can a country like Nigeria be importing fuel? Ghana wants to produce more electricity, why? They want to sell it to Nigeria. They buy gas from us, produce electricity and sell to us because we can't even produce our own with the gas we have in quantum. We have the seventh or eighth largest gas reserve in the whole world, what are we doing with it? Nothing! So, I believe that politics could affect it. We need a government that is proactive, a government that is competent and a government that is technologically savvy, that would see the opportunities in this kind of thing. Can you imagine that for instance, one big international firm comes and buys this licence or when they frustrate us as they tried to frustrate many people and we choose to go outside and manufacture it, people are now going to start importing it into Nigeria. Who makes all the money? The international companies. Now, we have an opportunity to do it in Nigeria, use our currency, have the industry, have tens of thousands of engineers working. Nobody is listening. They don't give a damn about these things. You can see how it hurts to know that here is an opportunity of a lifetime, of a Nigerian technology to change the way electricity is generated for the whole world and nobody gives a damn.

As former Minister of Power, what do you think would be a quick fix to the problems of power in Nigeria?

Well, there aren't easy quick fixes. Let me just give an illustration, Azura Power in Edo State has come on stream. How many years did it take to conceive that idea, to do the design, to market the design, then to have financial closures, get buy-in from international organisations, get the requisite bank guarantees? Now secure the soft loans and then begin to do the EPC, manufacturing of the components and so on. At the end of the year, you find out it needs a minimum of four to six years to get 100 or 200 megawatts in place. Six years, average five years my brothers! How do you wait for that? We don't wait, every day we are producing children, everyday people are streaming from villages and coming to the cities. You don't wait for five years. For our system if we have everything we need same 200 megawatts we can produce in a year easily and we can multiply this in so many places so that with this kind of system we have now, if we had the kind of investment people are talking about. For instance, for our own one megawatt, we could produce conveniently one megawatt of power with about 300,000 to 350,000 Dollars. A typical one megawatt deployed of these big engines is about $1.2 million. So, what we are doing would cost one third of the typical machines out there and save 50-70 per cent of the fuel. So, what we have indeed is disruptive technology but nobody seems to care.

Is the new technology environmentally friendly?


Yes, it's environmentally friendly because instead of generating 250-kilowatt level distortion of emission you only generate 22 kilowatts. But then when we now shift completely to renewable energy without pollution, aero hydro it would be zero pollution. The capacity is there, the knowledge is there, the expertise is there. Why isn't anybody interested? Why?


https://allafrica.com/stories/201807160058.html
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Updated-New Job Vacancies by kinggenesis(m): 1:38pm On Jul 14, 2018
herlecks:
Hello guys! please is this real? I first got a text from them, then this;

Dear Candidate,

Sequel to your recent online job application to our advertised vacancy,
The selection committee has carefully identified you for this great opportunity, please be informed that your application has been considered and you are hereby recommended for an aptitude test and oral job brief, followed by the job duties and specifications.


Opportunities: Customer Service Executives and Outsourcing Personnel


With SCHLEEZ NIGERIA LIMITED
First floor, left wing  No 49, OLOWU STREET, OFF MOBOLAJI BANK ANTHONY WAY, IKEJA, LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA.
On 16TH JULY BY 9:00AM.

The interview will be with the Human Resources department.
Upon arrival at reception ask the security for the center.

The interview is scheduled to last approximately 1 hour tentatively and will take the form of;
A written aptitude test for about 10 minutes or less,
One on one interview with the HR for about 5 minutes or less,
Then the job duty and specification for about 15 minutes or less,
The selection process with the Hr Head for about 28minutes or less,
Final interview with the Hr Head which will last for about 8 minutes for the selected candidates to be shortlisted for the job.

Please note that you are to bring along with you,
Any valid ID card, hard copy of your credentials, a copy of this invite and  the sms you will receive from JOB BRIEF

We look forward to meeting you.
Regards

Okon Shontelle

Human Resources Department

01-724-5339

http://schleez.com/


A simple search about the company revealed these, it's left for you to decide on the next step to take. cool

princeemmy123:
First class GNLD...�

9jayes:

They are gnld

ChocolateBunny:
Its gnld,dont waste ur time...Very useless set of pple

Temliztem:
A very big scam


akpaninnocent:
guy am sure u are one of the GNLD people that's why u are supporting this. I was at d interview today 6th September 2017 and this people are pure GNLD. after staying and listing to their nonsense for like 20mins I had to stand up and leave

Kpukpon:
I just got a message from them and I was thinking which company gives interview invite on a Sunday abi d admin don't go church. Tnx 4 d info abt dem here I would've wasted my money traveling from warri.

Haychay:

As in eh, i to love nairaland. i got the same mail too on friday and the interview was scheduled on 9th of october 9 am, same address. i was like when when did i apply for this undecided, so i decided to do my research and jejely found this thread smiley All this scams sef undecided

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Business / Re: Football (+Other Sports) Betting Season 12 by kinggenesis(m): 6:10pm On Jun 16, 2018
OMG! Someone said "There’s GOAT and there’s Nkwobi"


People get mouth Sha cheesy cheesy

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Updated-New Job Vacancies by kinggenesis(m): 4:38pm On Jun 16, 2018
You are here-by invited for a Test Interview with NMR-INT LTD for Operations Technician Position.

Come with a pen and a valid ID card.
Time: 12.00pm
Date: 19/06/2018
No 23 acme Rd,AcmeHouse,Ogba-Ikeja,Lagos,

you can Email: Prince.Okereafor@nmr-int.com OR Undiel.Ugbe@nmr-int.com or call 080 621 05831

No tangible information about them online. Please who knows about this firm?
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Jobs/vacancies Section Chatroom by kinggenesis(m): 4:38pm On Jun 16, 2018
You are here-by invited for a Test Interview with NMR-INT LTD for Operations Technician Position.

Come with a pen and a valid ID card.
Time: 12.00pm
Date: 19/06/2018
No 23 acme Rd,AcmeHouse,Ogba-Ikeja,Lagos,

you can Email: Prince.Okereafor@nmr-int.com OR Undiel.Ugbe@nmr-int.com or call 080 621 05831

No tangible information about them online. Please who knows about this firm?
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by kinggenesis(m): 4:36pm On Jun 16, 2018
You are here-by invited for a Test Interview with NMR-INT LTD for Operations Technician Position.

Come with a pen and a valid ID card.
Time: 12.00pm
Date: 19/06/2018
No 23 acme Rd,AcmeHouse,Ogba-Ikeja,Lagos,

you can Email: Prince.Okereafor@nmr-int.com OR Undiel.Ugbe@nmr-int.com or call 080 621 05831

No tangible information about them online. Please who knows about this firm?
Travel / Re: Lagos New BRT Buses: Analyzing The Facts And Figures - Photos by kinggenesis(m): 6:01am On Jun 16, 2018
Good development.

Na so I enter one danfo (yellow bus) last week Friday, all of us inside the danfo turned to prayer warrior. grin

If you never enter danfo, you no go understand. cheesy

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Ikeja Electric - Electricity Sales Representatives: Invitation For Interview by kinggenesis(m): 6:36pm On Jun 13, 2018
Millichamp:
Invitation for Medicals just rolled in for Treasury cheesy, I thank God. I just pray the whole recruitment process will be successful for me at the end of the day cheesy

Congratulations bro, since 24th?
I still get hope be that o cheesy

ET&C
Crime / Re: Husband Sets Wife’s Private Part Ablaze Over Infidelity - Pictures by kinggenesis(m): 7:56am On Jun 08, 2018
Oh boy shocked

People get mind o shocked shocked shocked

Please how can I UNSEE the picture? grin
Business / Re: Gtbank Debunks Reports Of Supreme Court Order To Pay Innoson N12b by kinggenesis(m): 5:34am On Jun 08, 2018
No be today e start na cheesy

I've learnt not to believe everything I read online (I don't know about you) wink
Sports / Re: Aden Marwa: Kenyan Referee Sacked By FIFA - World Cup For Receiving $600 Bribe by kinggenesis(m): 4:22pm On Jun 07, 2018
Everyday for the thief........

How many EYAH can I give this man? grin

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: How To Identify A Scam Interview Invitation by kinggenesis(m): 12:56pm On Jun 06, 2018
daceo1:
Good day.Sequel to your registration onwww.icsjobportal.com, you are being considered for the role of Customer Service Executive.Please follow the instructions below:· Log on totest.smarthire.organd input the username and password sent to your mailbox.· Complete the online test· Kindly report to ICS Limited, 6 Olusoji Idowu street off association avenue, by Obanikoro bus stop Ilupeju by 8am.Date is Wednesday 2/5/18· Come along with all your original credentials, 1 passport photograph and your updated CV.Please note that you must complete the test before you report to ICS Limited on Wednesday.


how real is this ?

Hello,
Were you able to attend the interview? If yes, please share your experience o.

I have a chat with them tomorrow.

Make I no waste money wey no dey grin grin
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Fire Service Nigeria Embarrassed Job Applicants With This Requirement by kinggenesis(m): 9:09am On Jun 05, 2018
It's unfortunate.

#This_is_Nigeria
Romance / Re: What A Horrible Experience I Had This Morning by kinggenesis(m): 7:16am On Jun 02, 2018
drstrange12:
What a horrible experience i had dis morning....

Ok a lady friend decided to spend the nite as she could not make it home due too TGIF birthday bash of a friend, so its not a bad biggie, so this early hours of the morning she snuck into my room, i noticed didnt say a word, dhe lied down beside me, started touching me down there, ok jr is already nodding in Agreement, and i was saying stop nodding, nothing for u (in my mind), for the records i dont have a gf, am a lone ranger, all of a sudden it started, there was no lite, after some few minutes i started having this feeling that something reeks the air not that much, so i got up to like change the CD maybe its slushed, and to my surprised she got up too and went back to the visitors room without saying a word, i was shocked, then i took a touch went to the bath, and lo and behold, the reason she left was starring me in the eyes, blood!!!, oh my f**king goodness!!!, i hated myself right away, it was irritating.., i washed right away with soap like 3 times, went back to the roam, Locked the door and started imagining if it was without CD, i still cant sleep, i dont want to blame her, but how da heck didnt she know that she was on, i will never know..

Hope i no go die sha

in other news, my angel just gave birth to 7 wonderful adoring pups
Story for the gods. cheesy cheesy
Politics / Re: The Missing $16 Billion And The Missing Power By Dan Agbese by kinggenesis(m): 5:18am On Jun 01, 2018
Hungerbad is back

But of a truth, hunger no good o cheesy

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Nairaland / General / Re: I Killed An Inland Taipan In My Factory.. Taipan Really Exist In Nigeria.. by kinggenesis(m): 11:46am On May 31, 2018
CosmeticChemist:
A customer ordered for a ton of palm kernel cakes. while I was trying to load them into the van.. I saw a snake undulating in between bags of cake. Without thinking I jumped up, fled and shook for several seconds. I called my boys who killed the snake.

A close up pic I harvested from the internet shows it was a baby Taipan.. Taipan's in Nigeria is real my friends. pls be careful..
Thank God for your safety.

How much is a ton of PKO and PKC now?
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Ikeja Electric - Electricity Sales Representatives: Invitation For Interview by kinggenesis(m): 11:11am On May 29, 2018
Millichamp:



Was the interview in their business unit or Head Office?
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