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|Webmasters / Re: I Need The Contact Of A Professional Blog Creator by semasir: 5:01am On May 02|
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|Investment / Cryptocurrency: Tradefada Set For Relaunch On 1st May by semasir: 11:23pm On Apr 28|
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|Career / Re: I Currently Need Your Sincere, Unbiased advice by semasir: 5:49pm On Apr 27|
It will be a great advantage if you indeed need learn front end programming as you rightly wish to.
I appreciate your dad too making efforts to get you educated, schooling is really brat with money so get skilled, and earn online certification as much as possible. Your schooling will be useless if you can't be self sustainable besides you're of age to leave dad's loins to stay more responsible. Best wishes
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Coming To Lagos For Opportunities! by semasir: 1:34am On Apr 21|
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|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Coming To Lagos For Opportunities! by semasir: 10:33pm On Apr 20|
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|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Coming To Lagos For Opportunities! by semasir: 10:29pm On Apr 20|
A change in environment indeed can be some positive but from all I've read noting your responses, you're not prepared but mostly looking at Lagos as the promised land.
Get yourself financially buoyant as little as possible then you can make efforts. Ajegunle and Festac indeed are good places but your thoughts about sleeping under bridge is a miss, you might be wrong doing so and regret it.
Again, your choice of course is good enough to give you some food if you are diligent.
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Coming To Lagos For Opportunities! by semasir: 11:19am On Apr 20|
Work on yourself is what I'd say. There are some missing links in you
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Coming To Lagos For Opportunities! by semasir: 11:00am On Apr 20|
100 jobs and still unemployed? Don't you think you need to restrategize? I was once out of job for a month and got 2 offers and had to settle for one over the other even the longer one I was out of job for 5 months, I was engaged doing something online.
Please think it through your plans on this interviews.
|Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Coming To Lagos For Opportunities! by semasir: 10:57am On Apr 20|
Lagos can indeed make or mar you. There are opportunities for sure but the stuff you are made of and the divine grace you possess can take you farther.
If I have my way, I won't advise you chase any dream in Lagos due to the stress involved except you don't mind or even get luckier by getting yourself a job closer to where you'd live.
I have no where I might just think of running back to because I'm a Lagosian and married else I'd have done so! I've lived in Port Harcourt more and I still prefer it to Lagos (finance wise, they're almost equal but Lagos has the edge because of the cash flow) and also Abuja is fine too!
I dunno what dream you are dreaming of but be mindful that you can be anywhere and successful all the same though some environment speeds up the process.
All the best for you
|Family / Re: How Can I Save Money After Easter Season?? by semasir: 5:35pm On Apr 10|
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|Family / Re: How Can I Save Money After Easter Season?? by semasir: 8:05am On Apr 08|
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|Politics / Re: NAF Commissions New Residential Accommodation For Personnel In Lagos (photos) by semasir: 5:27am On Oct 09, 2020|
I have a relation in this sector and the place of commissioning and its all good stories at least too I'd say. I wish all officers are sincere across board as well as our leaders then we should have a better country to live in
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|Politics / Remembering Umaru Musa Yar’adua – Ten Things You Should Know About Him by semasir: 6:39am On May 05, 2020|
On this day, 10 years ago, 5th of May 2010, Nigeria lost her 13th President Umaru Musa Yar'adua.
He once said: dead or alive, Nigeria will become one of the greatest on earth.
Former President Umaru Musa Yar'adua with his wife, Turai and daughter in the late 70s when he was a University lecturer
Here are ten (10) things you should know about him:
1. He was born on 16th August 1951 into a titled Fulani family in Katsina; his father, Musa Yar'Adua, was a Minister for Lagos in the First Republic
2. Umaru Musa Yar'Adua was the first Governor to declare his assets in 1999 and remains the only Nigerian Head-of-State to publicly declare his assets on his own free will.⠀
3. He had ₦856,452,892 in assets, ₦19 million of which belonged to his wife. He also had ₦88,793,269.77 in liabilities.
4. He went to Saudi Arabia in 2009 to receive treatment and returned on 24th February 2010 but he died on 5th May 2010 at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa, Abuja.
5. Umaru Yar'Adua married Turai Umaru Yar'Adua of Katsina in 1975 with seven childrenand (five daughters and two sons) and was married to Hauwa Umar Radda from 1992 to 1997; they had two children.
6. Three of his daughters are married to former Governors - Zainab is married to Kebbi State governor Usman Saidu Nasamu Dakingari; Nafisa is married to the former Isa Yuguda the former Governor of Bauchi State; Maryam is married to Ibrahim Shema the former Governor of Katsina State.
7. Yar'Adua's first employment was at Holy Child College in Lagos (1975–76). He later served as a lecturer at the College of Arts, Science, and Technology in Zaria, Kaduna State, between 1976 and 1979.
8. During the transition programme of General Ibrahim Babangida to the Third Republic, Yar'Adua was one of the foundation members of the Peoples Front of Nigeria with other members such as Atiku Abubakar, Baba Gana Kingibe, Bola Tinubu, Sabo Bakin Zuwo, Wada Abubakar, Abdullahi Aliyu Sumaila and Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso.
9. He defeated his closest rival, Rochas Okorocha on 16 - 17 December 2006 as the presidential candidate of the ruling PDP for the April 2007 election, receiving 3,024 votes from party delegates; Okorocha received 372 votes.
10. He won the 21st April 2007 Presidential Election, with 70% of the vote (24.6 million votes) against Muhammadu Buhari and Atiku Abubakar
Yar'Adua proposed a government of National Unity when he assumed office hence two opposition parties, the ANPP and the Progressive Peoples Alliance (PPA), agreed to join his government. His new cabinet was sworn in on 26 July 2007. It included 39 ministers, including two for the ANPP.
His tenure also had the following positives:
-Increased Minimum wage
-Increased Armed Forces and the Nigeria Police Force salary
-increased NYSC allowance
-Reduce petroleum price
-Gave amnesty to the Militants
Former President Goodluck Jonathan eulogised him thus:
"Nigeria has lost the jewel on its crown and even the heavens mourn with our nation tonight.
|Culture / Re: Topa People Of Badagry by semasir: 3:13pm On May 02, 2020|
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|Culture / Re: Topa People Of Badagry by semasir: 2:08pm On May 01, 2020|
Topa is a town in Badagry! What do you need to know about Topa community?
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