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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Degrees Vs Experience, Which Helps You Get A Job Faster? by tundewoods(m): 11:54am On Jun 19, 2015
Degree gets the job Experience keeps the job grin
Jobs/Vacancies / 2 Intern Positions For Male & Female Web Designers At WBRL, Ikeja by tundewoods(m): 11:07am On Feb 21, 2015
We have 2 intern positions for a male & a female web designer at our Web Development Consulting firm located in Ikeja.

Interested Interns should have a good grasp & understanding of understanding of HTML and Web Technologies.
Must be able to do basics in required tasks in Adobe Dreamweaver
Be able to use Image Editing tools like Adobe Photoshop CS / Adobe Fireworks
Have some understanding of php mysql ( Not to worry, we will teach & train you on php mysql serverside web development )
So you earn and still learn so its a win win situation for selected applicants

Interested Interns can send applications via email to careers@wbrlconsulting.com
Webmasters / 2 Intern Positions For Male & Female Web Designers At WBRL, Ikeja by tundewoods(m): 4:40am On Feb 21, 2015
We have 2 intern positions for a male & a female web designer at our Web Development Consulting firm located in Ikeja.

Interested Interns should have a good grasp & understanding of understanding of HTML and Web Technologies.
Must be able to do basics in required tasks in Adobe Dreamweaver
Be able to use Image Editing tools like Adobe Photoshop CS / Adobe Fireworks
Have some understanding of php mysql ( Not to worry, we will teach & train you on php mysql serverside web development )
So you earn and still learn so its a win win situation for selected applicants

Interested Interns can send applications via email to careers@wbrlconsulting.com

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Web Market / "Earn & Learn" Internship For (php Mysql ) Web Designers & Developers by tundewoods(m): 9:27am On Jan 19, 2013
Hi Guys,
In case there are some php mysql oriented web designers / developers in the house that want to horn their skill working on live projects as well as get paid for their efforts. I am offering a "A LEARN & EARN" opportunity at WebRelated Consulting. We need one or two aspiring php mysql geeks to join the my in house team to collaborate on some interesting php mysql driven apps we are working on.

Holla back at us a careers[at]wbrlconsulting[dot]com
Webmasters / Internship Positions Available For Web Designers In A Web Design Firm In Ikeja by tundewoods(m): 7:23am On Dec 15, 2012
Hi Guys,
its been a while, anyway i have 2 Internship positions available for young and aspiring web designers. Currently myself and my partners are working on a learn and earn program for young new comers in the web terrain.

Preferably I.T six months or 1 year students in computer science, graphic arts.

If you are interested : send mails to us at info[at]wbrlconsulting[dot]com
Nairaland / General / Re: Kidnapped Micheal Osagiede Freed After 6 Years In The Jungle by tundewoods(m): 1:33am On Apr 15, 2012
I mean no offense to earlier posters but u must have been denied access of watching Tales by Moonlight to believe such a bogus story.

Its either that man is nut case lunatic to be living in some alice in wonderland trans for him to be claiming he was kidnapped for 6 years. Or Vanguard newspaper have employed a lunatic reporter.

Do u know the cost of buying sardine and bread everyday for 6 years...... I laugh in Bini Language.

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Politics / When A Subsidized President Fueled By Luck Removes A Nation's Fuel Subsidy ? by tundewoods(m): 8:19pm On Jan 03, 2012
Let me first start by wishing you all a happy new year, despite all the circumstances that may be forcing the Nigerian citizenry to think otherwise.

With all due respect the year 2012 has started on a very turbo charged note, using the word high note will not do justice to this piece that is why I have used the term turbo charged considering the January 1, 2012 shocker our Commander in Chief, G.Ebele Jonathan gave to the Nigerian Nation.

Ok, so we Nigerians refused to eventually read the handwriting on the wall as per the implementation of the total removal of fuel subsidy and we received the surprise of our lives. How could we even have refused to sense this considering the fact that the recent concluded town hall meeting organized to debate the dreaded fuel subsidy removal by the Govt Pro agitators and the Labour & Masses, Subsidy retainership party ended on a rather “No winner, No Loser” Note. If the news reports that trailed after the town hall meeting was anything to go by,most press reports gave an April 1st 2012 kick off date for the implementation of the fuel subsidy removal era. To be honest I was suspect of this date considering the fact that it also doubles as the global date for April fools day. No doubt we may have fallen for the April 2012 decoy set up by Govt.

All said and done, Nigerians have gotten the big bang with the rather deceptive sudden kick off of the fuel subsidy removal but the fact remains that we the Anti fuel subsidy removal agitators have a very solid argument based on the fact that implementation of total removal of fuel subsidy in an economy like Nigeria’s is very disastrous considering the fact we have little or no social security provisions in place for the masses. Also considering the fact that the circumstances surrounding the decision by government to remove the subsidy is rather one sided than balanced. Reasons given for removal bordered around the premise that the savings accrued from the subsidy will be now be reinvested to capital projects bla bla bla. It is funny how the government wants the citizenry to make such huge sacrifices yet the executive and legislative are not willing to cut on their spending. I don’t need to go into details on the ridiculous spending of government but may I remind you that only the salaries of our lawmakers alone accounts for a chump of our recurrent expenditure budget.

Now let us get to the main course of my article. No doubt the word SUBSIDY may have grown to be the most frequently used word in the Nigerian political & economic landscape ever since the news hint of fuel subsidy removal filtered into the Nigerian atmosphere shortly after the re-election of President Jonathan.
I would like to shed more light on the word subsidy based on dictionary definitions.

According to thefreedictionary.com :
[1] Subsidy is defined as monetary assistance granted by a government to a person or group in support of an enterprise regarded as being in the public interest.
[2] Subsidy is a financial grant made originally for special purposes by Parliament to the Crown.
[3] A Subsidy is any monetary contribution, grant, or aid.

If you take a close look at all these three definitions you will notice that they are all applicable to the Nigerian fuel subsidy scenario in the sense that Government claims to be supporting & contributing to the money paid for a liter of fuel which in its own words translates into billions of Naira yearly until recently that our gracious economic cabinet revealed that subsidy spending have hit the trillion Naira mark which in my own little understanding of economics portrays the red light.

Now some may find my article caption of “A Subsidized President” hilarious or offensive but let’s get the facts straight. You and I know that our dear president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is also a product of this gracious word “Subsidy” fueled by Luck. GEJ as he is popularly referred to ascended the throne of power not once but twice because his bosses were one way or the other struck by hard luck. Any presently I guess I don’t need to play the history teacher to remind you of how the once unknown former lecturer from the University of Port Harcourt was handed the mantle of authority in Bayelsa state when his then immediate boss, Governor Diepreye Alamieyeseigha was enmeshed in the corruption scandal that eventually got him impeached and booted out of government house of Yenegoa.

Eventually,destiny repeated itself with the rather painful passage of former Nigerian president Umar Musa Yaradua, but this was not after a bitter scandalous power vacuum that was attributed to former first lady Turai Yaradua & former attorney general of the federation, Chief Michael Aondoakaa. So many pressure groups sprung up such as Enough is Enough & the Save Nigeria Group all in a bid to checkmate the reckless abuse of authority that eventually paved way for the emergence of Acting President Jonathan which ultimately transformed him to president after the demise of President Umar Yaradua on May 5th 2010.

The events that lead to Goodluck Jonathan’s emergence as the flag bearer of the PDP in the presidential elections could only be attributed to the hardluck of his immediate boss as well as the compassion that he enjoyed from millions of Nigerians considering the fact that it was practically the first time a Minority ethnic region of the Niger Delta would be given a shot at the helms of Affairs at Aso rock. No doubt the president enjoyed plenty of goodwill from all every single angle ; Nigerians in Diaspora ,Nigerians in Nigeria, Nollywood community, Associations of Witches, Youths in Nigeria, Pressure groups to mention a few.

When a president enjoys all the support of all the major groups & considering the fact he is an incumbent, please tell me how he won’t enjoy the subsidy of government funds to fund his way into power. I dare to say that the amount of money spent on the presidential election campaign of the duo of Jonathan & Sambo when audited and evaluated will in no doubt run into billions, when I say billions I don’t mean Naira. -___-

Now the ironic fact that a subsidized president that claimed to “have no shoes as a child” made it to become the number one citizen of the Federal republic of Nigeria despite the general outcry against implementation of total subsidy removal goes ahead to ignore his benefactors who elected him into power and suddenly pulls the plugs on the subsidy on the first day of 2012, leaving Nigerians to face the brunt of the pain & anguish that the multiplier effect will have on the economy. I don’t care what the sermon that Madam Ngozi Okonji Iweala or Sanuni Lamido Sanusi preaches about the eventual benefits of the subsidy the fact remains that these so called agents of IMF and the world bank are living a largely subsidized life style at the expense of the Nigerian tax payers, therefore they will never know that the everyday challenges that the common man faces on the streets.

Comrade Isa Aremu of the NLC asked Sanusi lamido Sanusi a very thought provoking question during the televised town hall meeting to address fuel subsidy removal last month. “When last did the Central Bank Governor, Sanusi personally buy fuel into his car with his own money” This question brings to the fore the frank reality that all these government officials (including our executive & legislative ) live a “larger that life” subsidized lifestyle at the expense of the Nigerian tax payers.

My parting words is simply for the Nigerian Executive & Legislative to cut the waste on government spending, half their salaries if that be the case. Why should a single individual in the person of a Senator or House of representative receive bogus constituency allowances that runs into several millions of Naira yearly without being asked questions as to the budgetary allocation. What is good for the goose is certainly also good for the gander. Nigerians may have made the sacrifice in the removal of subsidy now its time for the removal of political subsidy of the executive and legislative arm of government.
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Politics / Nigeria Doesn't Need Any More States As Long As They Aren't Commercially Viable. by tundewoods(m): 11:58am On Nov 01, 2011

Nigeria doesn't need any more states for goodness sake ?

I read with total disgust a new thread started in the politics section about proposed new states to be created in geopolitical zones. But the honest truth is why on earth will the law makers be bothering themselves with such misplaced priorities when there are much more serious issues begging for attention.

As long as states are not commercially viable and self sustainable we do not need any more states in Nigeria. Besides i believe all things that we should be bothered with right now. The last thing would be state creation. As long as our constitution enables state governors to embezzle security votes that can not be accounted for or is it the ridiculous Immunity clause that covers the governors we should talk about.

Any way you look at it, the last thing the economy needs is an increased bloated governance which we need to trim down to save ourselves from the impending economic disaster we are bound to face,
Politics / Re: Ekiti Speaker Rejects Constituency Allowance - 'it Is Criminal' by tundewoods(m): 11:07am On Aug 10, 2011
Spot on ! I do believe that it is indeed criminal for an individual to collect Constituency Allowance.
Politics / The Lessons & Bitter Truth That We Ought To Learn From The Lagos Rain Floods by tundewoods(m): 2:41am On Jul 13, 2011
Honestly speaking i was initially oblivious of the mayhem caused by the rain falls of Sunday 10th of July 2011 until the evening when i started getting broadcast messages on my blackberry of the damage caused by the flood, particularly the unimaginable pictures of floods on the streets of Lagos,seeing as cars being submerged by water to the point of mistaking them for speedboats and canoes.

No doubt the flood frenzy also was the leading topic on major social networking sites like facebook and twitter with most peoples status updates & tweets being dedicated to share experiences or pictures. No doubt the flood of Sunday did not discriminate based on social status as both the high class areas and middle or low class areas of Lagos were equally dealt with by the rain floods. No doubt residents of highbrow areas such as Victoria Islanders,Ikoyi , Lekki & Surulere will have unforgettable stories to tell not forgetting less exotic areas such as Agege,Mushin, Iyana Ipaja, Aboru, & Ayobo and more.

The anguish of the flood exceeded what i personally imagined. I expected to hear stories of flooded houses, broken fences, broken down and damaged cars to mention a few but i never expected to hear so many anguish stories of death caused by the floods. No doubt the floods was just a miniature version of the recent natural disaster in japan caused by the earthquakes and resultant flooding. A peep into the Monday morning newspapers were all filled with headlines and sad stories of the trail of death that the flood left behind. Stories of helpless citizens being carried and swept by the powerful currents of the rain floods.

But the fact remains that their are a number of lessons to be learnt from the Sunday flooding incident,these lessons are the bitter truths that i believe will forever hunt us as people and a Nation. I no that this is certainly not the period start the blaming game but i believe this is a period for sober reflection which will enable us see the light and face the realities of day.

As we proceed i will give logical explanations why Lagos may continue to experience dreadful floods such as the one we experienced on Sunday,if we as individuals and government do not remedy certain ways of life and trends that have accustomed us here in Lagos.  I know a good portion of people will blame government for the woes caused by the floods. Well there are 2 sides to a coin and in a nut shell i will say the blame lays both with us the people while the Lagos state government takes the other half of the blame.

When i say we the people own a fair share of the blame for the woes caused by the floods,it is quite simple. You and i know that over here in Nigeria and Lagos particularly,building laws and regulations are least of the things we abide by.An average Lagos Landlord will build any available piece of land he or she has erecting one illegal structure or the other. Its amazing to see this trend of residential houses fences being converted to adjoining walls for lock up shops and stores. I remember taking a course called construction technology while studying quantity surveying some 10 years ago which focused on the need for building to setting out reasonable "building space allowance".
I know most of us live in buildings that are fenced to the teeth consuming every inch of space of the actual plots of lands purchased, with virtually no allowance or plan for future gutter drainages when the ministry of works come knocking. Now tell me when these heavy rains come,i guess we expect the laws of evaporation to just saturate the water with out have gutters or drains to lead them to connecting canals. You must be joking.

Another impending factor aiding flooding in Lagos is what i would like to attribute to peoples carefree, careless or lackadaisical attitude in the areas of disposing and dumping of waste and the very few organized gutters,drains and canals. Sometimes i refuse to blame this problem on illiteracy or ignorance simply because i personally witness and observe educated and learned people litter and drop waste in these gutters and drains we expect water to pass through during floods and we expect not to witness floods. This leaves one wondering why we have decided to make it our way of life of being carefree and careless and expect not to witness such deadly floods due to the lack of well designed and refuse free drains.

No doubt Gov Fashola is working and trying his best to correct so many wrongs that have appeared to become our way of life here in Lagos. With the recent surge in the collapse of old structurally faulty storey buildings he recently reaffirmed the state government's will to take the painful but necessary decision in bulldozing existing structurally defective building structures in Lagos. I believe this should extent towards so many mushroom structures erected on canals blocking water flow in Lagos.

Lastly is the my argument or should i call it appeal for the Lagos state government to please absorb as many bright and outstanding graduates of Urban and Regional planning from Universities and Polytechnics in Lagos state. Being once a student myself in the of the School of Environmental Science, I had quite a number of buddies who studied Urban and Regional Planning. The very few ones i am still in touch with are working either in the banking sector or the Oil and Gas sector while some others are just business men and women. Lagos state certainly can not afford to toy around with its urban and regional planning considering the monstrous population that it accounts for.

There is no doubt that if both we the citizens and the government play our roles in getting it right. We may just be one step closer to avoiding miniature tsunamis floods similar to the recent one of Sunday 10th of July 2011 from occurring again.
Celebrities / Re: Ibinabo Fibresima's Miss Earth Holds In October by tundewoods(m): 2:09am On Jul 13, 2011
I wonder what this ex-con has to offer that it being taken seriously to make the front page on Nairaland .
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Webmasters / Re: Dora Akunyili Website - Let's Review by tundewoods(m): 3:06am On Dec 23, 2010
First of all, it feels so good to be back after such a long time away in Iraq , wink

Back to the issue of the day, Dora oh Dora ! Just as someone had earlier said the use of color green on that website would actually make you believe that it's suppose to be one ECO-friendly campaign website or they actually paid or bribed the web designer to use green as the predominant color.

Well that as side,just as yawatide had earlier mention,it takes a lot of guts to still be building static html sites for rather dynamic natured campaign or ego massaging website of this nature.

Any way,we are glad madam rebranding has voluntarily stepped as side so that we can continue using our Naija Naija Lingua.

Please can you guys look up the website for the new Minister of Mis-Information who was thanking GEJ for bringing facebook to Nigeria ! grin
Politics / Re: My One And Only Question For Bukola Saraki by tundewoods(m): 1:39pm On Sep 23, 2010
I will act like a very simple but matured prosecuting attorney in this Bukky Societe Generale Bank Saga ! The defense attorney's have show their heads but the fact still remains that Bukky & the rest of the Saraki's have questions to anwser concerning the collapse of that Bank.
Politics / My One And Only Question For Bukola Saraki by tundewoods(m): 5:54am On Sep 23, 2010
Hi Bukky,
My question goes thus : "How are we sure that Nigeria won't end up like Societe Generale bank once you become President" ? Over to you bukky,

hmmm, quite good job your PR/Media Campaign team is doing,i saw the colorful banner ads on google adsense. lol smiley
Webmasters / Re: Opening For A Contract Or In House Female Web Designer In Ikeja by tundewoods(m): 9:01am On Aug 26, 2010
OmniPotens:

Where has this my guy been all these while?

Paddy, i dey hail oooo

Bros , I dey oh
I've been around jare, since my senior colleagues like my2cents and afam don boycott i decided to join them sef. grin
But on a serious note, i have been quite busy doing what i do best, building web portals,
Webmasters / Opening For A Contract Or In House Female Web Designer In Ikeja by tundewoods(m): 3:56pm On Aug 24, 2010
Hello folks,
This is quite urgent and i will be very specific . We need a female web designer that has at least a good grasp web interface design and layout in Adobe Dreamweaver, Also a good knowledge of Visual interface design using Adobe Photoshop and Fireworks will be an added advantage. Bottom line is if you are female and you are good in website design and wish to work in a full fledge web development environment.

My web design studio is located in the heart of Ikeja and working hours can be very flexible in case you are still a student or have other engagements.
You will get to learn, get paid and also gain experience.

This opening closes by end of August. Interested folks can email

tundeaguda[at]gmail[]com


Politics / Re: Let Us Help Becomrich Get An Elective Post In Canada Or Quebec by tundewoods(m): 1:26pm On Jun 29, 2010
Beaf:

This hatch# sef!

What sort of wicked plan is this na? You want becomerich to forget we the wretched and abort all his plans of leading us into the promised land of Benin Republic?!! grin grin grin

Becomerich must become the Obama of Benin Republic!

Abeg,people should not awake the sleeping giant oh ! If Becomerich storms this place.
Politics / Re: Da Qqyar Shawara A Kan Arewa Kuwa 2011 Zaɓuka by tundewoods(m): 1:05pm On Jun 29, 2010
A very good advice for the north is to let the PDP zoning agenda die
its natural death. And allow Jonathan to contest in the 2011
Elections.

Because as it stands now, they are left with no choice but to choose
between the devil and the deep blue sea. Power is obviously not ready
to change hands back to the north at least not till 2015



I used an online language translator to translate my post into hausa language. so much for this online service undecided
Politics / Da Qqyar Shawara A Kan Arewa Kuwa 2011 Zaɓuka by tundewoods(m): 4:40pm On Jun 28, 2010
Da shawarar da ta wajen arewa ta bar jam'iyyar PDP zoning ajanda mutu mutuwar allahrsa. , Jonatan da takara a zaɓen 2011.

Saboda, ya tsaya a yanzu, ba ya da wani, da zabi tsakanin Shaiɗan zurfafan shuɗi teku. Shi ne a zahiri ku shirya hannu sake dawo Arewa a ƙalla ya kai zuwa 2015.
Politics / Re: I Was Not Banned From The Us : Aaadonkaa by tundewoods(m): 4:08pm On Jun 28, 2010
homerac7:

harakiri my guy, b kiaful o, no dey cause dat kain weeknd commotion for dt oyakilome thread again o! holy see don deliver contingent of swiss guards for naija as aftaeffect, so me don warn u o!anyway sha, dt was brilliant argument u put up but u no offer d people answers even afta u c say dm no fit answer. no dey start wetin u no fit finish o, as say na dat thin wey u dey try disprove na hin gan-an dey keep some going. if u remove am kperen, u go cause more kata-kata dan wetin been dey before. anyhw sha, make all man find hin God, abi wetin u thnk?

ROFLMAO!! Abeg don't kill me oh ! grin grin
Politics / Re: I Was Not Banned From The Us : Aaadonkaa by tundewoods(m): 2:28pm On Jun 28, 2010
The only way to solve this impasse is for Aandonkaa to show us proof that he has not been banned from the US.
I therefore suggest that he goes to the USA and snaps a photograph infront of the White House carrying a placard that with inscription :

[size=18pt] " I was not banned from entering the USA, And this is Proof"[/size]


Obviously this shouldn't be to hard a task to perform from a person that believed that a president can rule by proxy from any where in the world.
Webmasters / Re: Nigerian Web Hosts Vs Foreign Web Hosts by tundewoods(m): 11:58am On Jun 28, 2010
Ok let me get this straight and correct. Is this about hosting with a Nigerian resident Host Reseller VS hosting directly with a foreign hosting company ? I guess that is the actual scenarios that usually come into play in most cases. Well it all depends on the factors that determine your choice of hosting.

Personally experience shows that if you have direct access to a hosting company you are assured of peace of mind. wink
TV/Movies / Re: Who Is Your Cnn Best Presenter? by tundewoods(m): 2:20pm On Jun 27, 2010
Its gotta be Errol Barnett !
Politics / Re: Torchlight + Hanger + Toothpick + Condom = A Rep’s Toolkit by tundewoods(m): 7:28pm On Jun 26, 2010
Quite funny, i do agree that those items could only be a collectors item for an insane man . embarassed
Politics / Re: Are Nigerians Resident In Uk Jealous Of Their Visiting Counterparts ? by tundewoods(m): 10:29am On Jun 12, 2010
It is amazing how this thread ended up generating so much traffic, WOW !
with this kind of traffic Seun may soon become our digital Dangote .
Politics / Re: Are Nigerians Resident In Uk Jealous Of Their Visiting Counterparts ? by tundewoods(m): 7:52pm On Jun 10, 2010
Come on guys,knock it off.You can't continue getting at each others throat simply because of the original posters misconception. I personally don't think there is a need to get into a comparison but the fact remains that being successful is not easy any where and hard work and God's grace is key to succeeding in all we do,

cheers wink
Music/Radio / Re: You can now download "Ready For The Streets & Survivor" & please review by tundewoods(m): 6:56pm On May 25, 2010
Hey man, i just finished downloading the survivor and indeed i am still impressed at the level "on pointness" of the track. Once again nice job boi !
Music/Radio / Re: You can now download "Ready For The Streets & Survivor" & please review by tundewoods(m): 1:04pm On May 19, 2010
Boi i must say that you got talent if what i listened to is atually you. Sounds matured and very relevant to the everyday life in Lasgidi. I particularly love the line " My rhymes are as tight as handcuffs"

Keep it up boy, let me know when the album drops. wink

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