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God give you a testimony that will make people to marvel and glorify his name!
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Advice To Ladies Especially Those In Their Twenties

Ashiwaju Akorede Icon Akinjole on Facebook writes :  
ADVICE TO LADIES, ESPECIALLY THOSE IN THEIR
TWENTIES...
1. Guys love to marry an Independent and Matured lady So
instead of sitting there and waiting to be bluffed by a
guy,focus on getting a career that would take you out of
the house wife category..
2. Never let the sweet talks of guys deceive you,most
times they just want to go between your legs and run off
thereafter.
3. Remove the mentality from your mind that guys will
keep springing up to approach you.The older you get by
the day, the less toasters you will have.
4. Playing 'too' hard to get is the worst thing you should
ever start,remember, Nothing lasts forever.If you still
doubt,check out the number of matured single ladies
looking up to ALLAH FOR A MIRACLE.
5. Never extort things from a guy you don't love,guys
always have ways of paying a girl back,either through their
FRIENDS or total 'PAID' STRANGERS....BE CAREFUL.
6. Never be deceived you can trap a guy through sex.A
man will also return to his wife who sex starves him for
years once he loves and trust her.You can never win a
man over with your body.
7. If all you take to the relationship is the mind set to
EXTRACT MONEY from him,don't complain if all he ask
from you is your body.He has seen you have nothing else
to offer...
8. Don't be fooled when Guys tell you they have never met
a prettier girl, they will say that same thing to an 80 year
old woman they want to get
intimate with.
9. A guy always taking you to the SILVER-BIRD, FAST
FOOD, MALL AND EVENTS AT CONFERENCE CENTER /
NATIONAL THEATER is no sign that he loves you, if he
doesn't care to ask and PLAN YOUR FUTURE TOGETHER
then you are just his SOCIAL MATE' and nothing else....
10. If the only time he invites you over is when he needs
to cook,clean the house and do his laundry,then just
know you are his "executive house help".
11. If he avoids meeting your family and close friends then
it is an obvious sign he is just playing games with you.
12. If the only places he doesn't frown when you enter are
his bedroom and kitchen then know you aren't welcome
(only being used). Have you noticed that most of the
ladies that end up being EMOTIONALLY ABUSED are the
ones at the receiving end.
Always with open arms,requesting for something and
ready to receive.The more you widen your arms, the more
he widens your legs.A grown up guy who gives the excuse
about his parents being wild when he brings female
visitors to the house is a sign that HE HAS A SERIOUS
GIRL AND HAS INTRODUCED HER TO HIS PARENTS
ALREADY.
ADVISE YOURSELF.FINALLY,I ALWAYS SAY THIS AND WILL
REPEAT IT.
It's better to be sitting in a trotro or taxi smiling happily
than to be in your husband' fresh air conditioned BMWX6
with bruised eyes wearing a fresh Gucci shades alongside
a Burberry scarf
.JUST REMEMBER,THAT DATING A RICH MAN DOESN'T
GUARANTEE HAPPINESS IN MARRIAGE.MONEY IS NOT
EVERYTHING.MAKING RIGHT CHOICES IN LIFE IS WHAT
MATTERS MOST...........................



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Nigeria: To Break Or Not To Break - Femi Fani-Kayode

Today a great protest is taking place in the
Catallan region of Spain. According to the
polls, 52 per cent of the people from that
region wish to break off from Spain and to
establish a new European sovereign state.
Later this year, the people of Scotland are
having their own referendum to determine
whether or not they will stay in the United
Kingdom and, again, from the polls, it is very
clear that the majority of Scots wish to have
their own new sovereign state and that the
Scottish Nationalist Party enjoys massive
support. Nobody in either Spain or the United
Kingdom has insulted those people or labelled
them as ''ethnic jingoists'' or ''primitive
tribalists'' for wanting to break off from the
greater whole and establish their own country.
This is because everyone respects the right of
the various ethnic groups and nationalities
within their wider nation to exercise their
right of self-determination which is an
integral and fundamental aspect of
international law. Exercising that right does
not turn them into villains and does not make
them any less patriotic than their compatriots
who do not share their views. It just means
that they have a different perspective and
that they believe, as many believed before
Malaysia and Singapore broke up, that the
interests of their various peoples are better
served when and if they go their separate
ways.
They opted to be friendly neighbours rather
than to be compelled to remain within the same
territory against their collective will. As we in
Nigeria approach the 100-year anniversary of
our 1914 Lugardian amalglamation and, as the
2015 elections are fast approaching with both
the northern region and the south-south zone
desperate to take or to hold on to power at
any cost respectively, we need to begin to ask
ourselves some basic and fundamental
questions about our future. For example, is our
interest better served by remaining as one
nation or is it time for those nationalities that
wish to leave the federation in a peaceful and
orderly way, as a result of a legitimate and
honest referendum, be alllowed to go?
UNANSWERED QUESTIONS
If the breaking up of larger countries into
smaller and more viable ones is good enough
for India (which broke into three), the Sudan
(which broke into two), Czekhoslovakia (which
broke into two), Yugoslavia (which broke into
5), the Soviet Union (which broke into 15) and
numerous other countries over the years, why
is it not good enough for us? Again, why should
those that believe that Nigeria ought to break
up be subjected to so much suspicion, ridicule,
contempt and insults from those that do not
share their views?
Some of the questions that need to be
answered are as follows- firstly, is our union
working? Secondly, is our marriage a good one
and is it a happy one as well? Are we satisfied
with what has essentially become a country
that has been turned into nothing more than
(with apologies to Chief Bode George) ''Turn by
Turn Nigeria?'' where each ethnic group simply
looks forward to enjoying its time to control
the federation and all the nation's resources
from an all powerful centre? Are we not meant
to be far more than this? Is this what the
founding fathers of our nation envisaged?
More than anything else the recent igbo/
yoruba debate over the issue of the status of
Lagos state and the deportation of a handful
of igbo destitute back to the east has proved
to me that we as a people are very different
from one another and that our interests may
be better served if we are no longer bound
together as one. I dare to voice this opinion
even though many Yoruba share it but will not
say so publiclly.
Is it not time for us to begin to accept the
bitter truth that our marriage is
uncomfortable and unhappy and that it may
not have been made in heaven or ordained by
God? Is it not clear that each region or each
nationality ought to be able to develop at its
own pace? Is it not time for us to have a
confederation of nationalities in Nigeria and
to restructure the country drastically to give
maximum autonomy to the various regions and
nationalities or indeed is it not time to just
break up and go our separate ways?
DIFFERENCES Many may disagree but one
thing that I believe that we can at least agree
on is that perhaps it is time for us to be
courageous enough to begin to talk about these
issues openly and debate them. We must not
sweep our differences under the carpet and
ignore them as if they do not exist but instead
we must find the courage and muster the
resolve to acknowledge them and understand
them. As far as I am concerned, this is the
challenge of our time and these are the
questions that need to be answered.
Whatever happens in 2015 and whoever wins,
whether it be a northerner or Goodluck
Jonathan of the south-south, I see blood on
the horizon and I see disaster approaching.
Stark promises from notable players such as
''there will be bloodshed if Goodluck is not re-
elected'' do not help and are not encouraging.
There are equally strident and bellicose
murmurings from the other side as well and
some have threatened that if there is a repeat
performance of the massive rigging that the
North witnessed in the presidential election of
2011 anywhere in the country in 2015, ''Nigeria
will burn'' whilst another key player said that
''both the dog and the baboon shall be soaked
in blood''.
2015 AS KEG OF GUN POWDER
These words must be taken very seriously
indeed and they reflect the thinking and
mindset of millions of people from both sides
of the political and regional divide. Worste
still, whether we like to admit it or not,
religion has now become a major factor in our
politics with Christians being told in their
churches that it is their solemn duty to
support a Christian presidential candidate and
Muslims being told in their mosques that it is
theirs to support a Muslim. We are sitting on a
keg of gunpowder and, in my view, 2015 really
will be the year of make or break for Nigeria.
Sadly, in my humble opinion, it is far closer to
''break'' than it is to ''make''.
If we wish to avoid the road to Kigali, we must
change our mindset and make the necessary
concessions that we need to make. We must
begin to think outside of the box and be far
more innovative and adventurous. For example,
why is it a must in the minds of some that the
PDP must field a Christian as it's presidential
candidate and why are some in the APC of the
view that the party must field a northern
Muslim as its own?
These hard and fast fixed positions are most
unhelpful and the right thing and proper thing
to do is to completely discard them and
attempt to find a presidential candidate thate
is a Nigerian before being a northerner, a
southerner, a Christian or a Muslim. And
thankfully there are quite a few of such people
around in the new generation if only the
system will be far-sighted and enlightened
enough to allow them to emerge and run.
Failing that we must open up the space now and
consider the unpleasant assertion that the
premium that a united Nigeria attracts may
not be worth paying simply because we are
getting nothing but failure after failure and
sorrow after sorrow as our consistent return.
I do not have all the answers and neither do I
claim that I do. Indeed I may well be wrong
which is why I would be interested in hearing
the views of others and particularly those
from the younger generation who may see
things very differently. Whichever way it goes
and regardless of what we all think, let us not
allow this debate to be driven by the
uninformed or ignorance, pettiness, hate and
acrimony. Let us not insult one another or act
as if any tribe or nationality are a collection
of angels whilst others are nothing but demons.
Let us join issues and exchange ideas in a civil,
restrained and decent manner without hurling
insults at one another or allowing our emotions
to becloud our thinking.
At the end of the day, we all want the same
thing- namely, to put in place a system that is
in the best interest of the Nigerian people And
to empower a new leadership that will allow
them to achieve their full potentials? That is
the objective and that alone. Over to you.
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British Journalist Narrates Experience In Nigeria After short Visit

Read what a British Journalist and BBC
reporter, David Hayward said about Nigeria
after a short visit here.
Earlier this year, I was approached to do some
media consultancy in Nigeria. I'd just left the
BBC after 18 years, to set up my own business,
so this seemed a great opportunity. I spoke to
a number of friends and former colleagues. I'd
heard many stories about Nigeria, seen the
reports on Boko Haram and had my own
impressions of sub Saharan Africa.
The advice fell into two camps:
a) Don't go, you'll get kidnapped or catch
malaria. Either way, you're going to die
b) Nigeria is a nightmare. When you arrive,
you'll be swamped by hustlers trying to rip you
off, steal your luggage and all your money. If
they don't get you, the corrupt police officers
and officials will.
I was mainly to be based in Asaba, the capital
of the Delta State, one of, if not the biggest,
oil producing states is Nigeria. In an attempt
to be a bit more thorough with my research
than asking a few old mates, I contacted the
office of BBC Media Action in Abuja.
The fairly pragmatic response was: "We treat
the Delta State as a hostile environment. It's
an oil producing area and there is a strong risk
of kidnapping. However if you have armed
security, this risk will be slightly reduced". I
took this to be reassuring and made sure an
armed security clause was written into my
contract. I spent some time talking to my wife
Jo and children about the prospect of going to
Nigeria.
Jo's attitude was: "For God's sake, this is
exactly what you love doing. The more
dangerous a place the better the stories. You'll
be able to show off and bore people senseless
about roadblocks, men with guns and how
brave you are". Buoyed by this I accepted the
work and prepared for Asaba. I got my visa, all
the vaccinations I could fit into my arm and
made sure I had a small mountain of malaria
tablets.
I really didn't know what to expect from
Nigeria. It's easy to fall into preconceptions
that Africa is all about war, famine,
corruption and poachers killing endangered
animals.
I caught the overnight BA fli1around the site
to cater for a mass of cargo. About ten
minutes drive away, just across the Niger
Bridge, is the city of Onitsha. One of the
busiest markets in Africa. You can buy almost
anything there.
I was to travel in and out of the airport
several times in the next five weeks. Each time
something new was completed. The baggage
carousel, lacking when we first flew in, was
fully operational the next time. So were the
check-in areas and the very plush departures
hall.
The next morning was the first venture out.
Yinka and I decided to go for a bit of a run. It
seemed sensible to set off early because of
the heat and to avoid the risk of being
kidnapped or shot at. So at 6am we were off.
About a minute into the jog we approached a
group of somewhat hard looking men with very
big guns. They were guarding the gates to our
compound. This is not a sight I'm used to on my
normal runs in rural Leicestershire, in the UK.
Anxious to appear as inconspicuous as possible
I tried to sneak past, not drawing too much
attention to myself, convinced I was about to
be arrested. However quite the opposite. We
were greeted with cheers of "Good morning
sir, well done, how far?".
Once I had composed myself from the shock,
very nearly tripping over in a sweaty heap, we
continued our circuits. Every time we passed
someone we had the same greeting. It began to
feel as though we had our own troupe of
heavily armed cheerleaders. (Or should that be
troop?)
This was quite an introduction to what, I began
to realize, was one of the most friendly
countries I have been to. This is a genuine
friendliness. It is not a means to get to know
you and rip you off.
The following few weeks continued to surprise
me – and to make me feel very embarrassed
about my initial preconceptions. I've been lucky
enough to visit a whole range of places in the
Delta State. The TV and radio stations need
some work, but the staff are young,
enthusiastic and very hard working. Warri, the
oil centre, is a thriving hub that is only going
to get bigger, with the construction of the
largest business park in West Africa. The sign
at our hotel was a bit disconcerting. It asked
everyone carrying guns to make sure they
weren't loaded – which was nice.
The University Teaching Hospital in Oghara is
as well equipped as any I have been to in the
UK or the rest of Europe. There are state of
the art CT and MRI scanners, a world class
renal unit and 25 paediatric intensive care
beds.
The journey to the hospital gave me the first
opportunity to see a proper Nigerian village.
This was far closer to what I had been
expecting. The goats and cattle roaming the
dusty roads, the food stalls cooking chicken,
fish and corn over open fires. Dozens of bars
with dodgy looking satellites, advertising the
latest football matches live. When we slowed
down, or stopped the car we were surrounded
by two groups. The children pointing at me
were shouting Oyibo, Oyibo (white man) and
teenagers trying to sell anything from palm
wine to cola nuts, to the latest mobile phones.
Now I can't be sure, but I don't think the
iphone 5 I was offered for 5000 naira (about
£20) was as genuine as it could be. All of this
was done with great fun and humour. If you
chose to, you could buy everything you needed
from your car. If you didn't, that was fine too.
Suicidal Okada
The transport system is far from perfect but
all the roads we've driven on are absolutely
fine. The most interesting experience was
seeing the suicidal Okada motorcycle taxis in
full force for the first time. They have been
banned in Delta State and replaced by three-
wheel kekes. But this is certainly not the case
in Onitsha. It is about a fifteen-minute
journey from the centre of Asaba, but it could
be on another planet.
You drive over the Niger Bridge, enter the
neighbouring state and a different world. One
where thousands of the small machines ferry
people and any goods you can think of around.
We saw one driver with four passengers, two
adults and two children precariously balanced
in front and behind him. Oil barrels containing
God knows what, weighing heavily on the
clearly inadequate suspension. I was told
someone had seen an Okada carrying a donkey,
strapped to the driver as though he was giving
it a piggy back. I don't know if I believe this,
but, from what I saw in Onitsha that day, I
can't rule it out.
The drivers are quite mad. We were there for
about a minute before our car had its first
near miss. We were to have many more in the
next half an hour, with the rules of the road,
like driving in the same direction on a dual
carriageway, simply ignored.
The noise is deafening. As the Okadas rev
their tiny engines, they sound like a swarm of
very loud insects buzzing inside your head. You
very soon begin to choke on the fumes of
burning oil and petrol. It was quite a relief to
cross back over the bridge into the far more
serene and calm home ground of Asaba. The
welcome I have had everywhere is stunning. On
one occasion I interviewed a senior state
commissioner. It turned out it was his
birthday. He kindly invited me to his party
that evening. I didn't really know anyone else
going – so felt a little uncomfortable. No need.
When I arrived he insisted I sit with him.
He made sure my glass was never empty and
my plate constantly filled. I was introduced to
everyone and made to feel an honored guest.
There was a downside to this. The comedian
who anchored the programme took quite a
shine to me….. "Ahhh give it up for the white
man, where are you from"?
This was followed by ten minutes of him
royally taking the **** out of me. I understood
about one word in ten, but by the reaction of
everyone else, it was obviously very amusing.
So much for being inconspicuous.
Premier League
But the worst was still to come. People began
standing up and paying tribute to the
Commissioner. He is a very popular guy.
Halfway through the speeches the comedian
spotted me once again. "Does the white man
want to speak". I stood, said a few words and
wished he would see his children's children and
his children's children's children. This appeared
to be the toast de jour and went down very
well. The evening ended with lots of
photographs being taken and many new good
friends.
The one thing you cannot escape in Nigeria is
the love of the English Premier League. I have
so far failed to meet another Leicester City
fan, an obvious shame, but there are millions
of diehard Manchester United, Arsenal and
Chelsea supporters.
Watching the Liverpool v Man Utd game at the
Asaba viewing centre, with thousands of
people wearing the respective replica kits, was
one hell of an experience, although my
eardrums may take some time to recover.
There is no doubting their passion. They may
not have been to Old Trafford, The Emirates
or Stamford Bridge, but the passion they
exuded was clear. I'm not sure what 'come on
ref,' or 'what was that you idiot' is in pidgin,
but I heard it several times that day.
The viewing centre was created by the
governor of Delta State, Dr Emmanuel
Uduaghan. He is an Arsenal supporter. I met
him once while playing tennis. For some reason
he didn't seem very impressed by my love of
Leicester City. I simply don't understand why.
S
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Car Accident At Mushin, Lagos (pictures)

A car accident involving a Toyota 4runner had
a deflated tyre, then, due to the speed and
the bent road, somersualted like three times
into some parked tokunbo cars in a car lot,
this happened this afternoon as the three
occupants of the car cars out with bruises and
body scrathes.
Thanks God they made it out alive but....they
wld av wished they hadn't because, the
occupants and the driver, who are not original
owners of the car, had 'within a few seconds'
been indebted to an estimated value of N6m
on the spot'. These includes the cost of the
infinity Jeep, a camry and the 4runner itself.
I smypatize with them, most especially the
owner of the car lot, whom incessant calls
made were made to his phone.
I call this 'GOBE
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Mimiko Declares 7-Days Of Mourning For Agagu

Governor Olusegun Mimiko of Ondo state
has described the late former governor of
the State, Dr Olusegun Agagu, as an early
achiever who scaled dizzying heights in the
academic, political and social circles in the
country.
Speaking during a condolence visit to the
Ikoyi home of the Agagus, Governor Mimiko
said the late Dr Agagu "was a very brilliant
man who possessed a remarkable ability for
hard work which was evident as he gave his
best to the state first, as Deputy Governor
(in the old Ondo State) and later, as
Governor." The governor who expressed
shock on the death of the late Agagu said
the departed's recent physical and political
vigour "belied the possibility of this
occurrence," and counseled all to take
solace in the fact that the late Dr.
Agagu,"was an early achiever who scaled
dizzying heights in the academic, political
and social circles in the country."
While praying for the repose of the soul of
the departed, Mimiko assured the family
of the love and prayers of the people and
government of Ondo State at this period.
He announced the readiness of the
government to work with the family
towards giving a befitting burial to the
former Ondo governor. Mr Feyi Agagu,
speaking on behalf of the family, thanked
the governor and his team for the visit. He
said he is consoled by the outpouring of
grieve and words eulogizing his late father
from across the country. The praise and
eulogies, he said, are more than wealth and
riches that may have been left behind for
him and his siblings.
In the meantime, the Ondo State
Government has declared a 7 day mourning
in honour of the late former governor
beginning from Monday 16th September.
Governor Mimiko in a statement by his
Chief Press Secretary, Eni Akinsola,
ordered that condolence registers be
opened at the Governors Office, Alagbaka,
Akure, the State's liaison offices in Lagos
and Abuja and the headquarters of the 18
local government areas of the State. The
governor also called on indigenes and
residents of Ondo State to remember the
Agagu family in their prayers. On Governor
Mimiko's entourage were the senator
representing Ondo South at the National
Assembly, Sen. Boluwaji Kunlere, Hon
Joseph Akinlaja representing Ondo East
and West federal constituency,
Commissioners Yele Ogundipe, Nike
Ademujimi and Remi Olatubora of finance,
Commerce and Industry and Adult and
Vocational Education ministries
respectively. Honourables Jumoke Akindele
and Soji Akinkurolire representing the two
state constituencies of Okitipupa local
government area, the departed former
Governor's home local government area and
other top government and Labour Party
Chieftains were also on the entourage.

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Commandments To Follow In Life by Stegomiah

Try to understand the deeper meaning¬
They are like the ten commandments to follow
in life all of the time!
1] Prayer is not a "spare wheel" that you pull
out when in trouble, but it is a "steering wheel"
that directs the right path throughout the
journey.
2] So why is a Car's WINDSHIELD so large &
the Rear View Mirror so small? Because our
PAST is not as important as our FUTURE. So,
Look
Ahead and Move on.
3] Friendship is like a BOOK. It takes a few
minutes to burn, but it takes years to write.
4] All things in life are temporary. If going
well, enjoy it, they will not last forever. If
going wrong, don't worry, they can't last
long either.
5] Old Friends are Gold! New Friends are
Diamond! If you get a Diamond, don't forget
the Gold! Because to hold a Diamond, you
always
need a Base of Gold!
6] Often when we lose hope and think this is
the end, GOD smiles from above and says,
"Relax, sweetheart, it's just a bend, not the
end!
7] When GOD solves your problems, you have
faith in HIS abilities; when GOD doesn't solve
your problems HE has faith in your abilities.
8] A blind person asked St. Anthony: "Can
there be anything worse than losing eye sight?"
He replied: "Yes, losing your vision!"
9] When you pray for others, God listens to
you and blesses them, and sometimes, when you
are safe and happy, remember that someone
has
prayed for you.
10] WORRYING does not take away
tomorrow's TROUBLES, it takes away today's
PEACE.
Live simply. Love generously. Care deeply.
Speak kindly.
Leave the rest to God.
http://www.examiner.com/article/ten-for-
believers
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USA Minimum Wage Vs Nigeria Minimum Wage.

The state of California's minimum wage of $10
(N1,500) per hour to start by 2016. It seems
it is about $8 (N1,200)at the moment.
A US citizen that works 10 hrs daily for 20
days gets approximately N300,000 ($2,000)
per month!
Nigeria's is N18,500 ($123) per month.
Meaning N92 ($0.6) per hour pay.
Why won't people wanna run go greener
pasture.
#Im just saying ni o#
http://america.aljazeera.com/
articles/2013/9/12/bill-set-to-
raisecaliforniaminimumwageto10.html

Source:www.nairaland.com

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Hi

Tiwa

Ten Commandments For Ladies


1. Don't be in a hurry to
move out of your
parents house.
2. Don't wait for a man
before you start
living.
3. Stay away from
alcohol.
4. Don't entertain a
wrong number
call, especially at night.
5. Develop a healthy
eating habit.
6. Dress well: First
Impression counts
7. Don't use sex as
proof of love.
8. Don't marry for the
money.
9. Add value to yourself
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Nigeria civil service grade and the annual salary or pay

A circular released by the
National Salaries, Incomes and Wages
Commission (NSIWC) for the implementation of
the new national minimum wage shows that
school leavers who enter the Service on Grade
Level (GL) 04 Step (S) 1 will receive an annual
salary of N242,994 while officers at the peak of
the Public Service on GL 17 – S1 will receive
N4,183,600 annually.
A 12-month breakdown of the above shows that
the school leaver will receive N20,249 while the
director will receive N348,633.
A diploma certificate holder who enters the
Service on GL 07 – S 01 will receive an annual
salary of N517,965 which translates to
N43,163.75.
A graduate that enters the Service on GL 08 S 1
will receive an annual salary of N666,184 which
translates to a monthly salary of N55,515.3 a
month.
However the table which did not carry details of
emoluments of permanent secretaries and heads
of parastatals shows officers from GL 12 – 14 will
terminate on Step 11 while those on GL 15 – 17
will terminate on Step 9.
A further breakdown of the table shows that the
least paid cadre, GL 01 S 1 will receive an annual
salary of N226,800 which translates to N18,900
monthly.
For the school leaver on GL 04 who manages to
get to S 15, the annual salary will be N363,794
which translates monthly to N30,316,167 while
the diploma certificate holder who is on GL 07 -
S15 will receive an annual salary of N780,501
which translates to a monthly pay of N65,041.75.
A graduate on GL 08 – S15 will receive an annual
salary of N978,663 which when divided by 12
gives N81,555.25 while a director on GL 17 – S9
will receive an annual pay of N5,452,136 which
translates to a monthly income of N454,344.67.
A breakdown of the cadres in between the ones
mentioned above shows that officers on GL02 –
S1 will receive an annual salary of N230,128 and
receive N311,935 at same GL on S15.
GL 03 – S1 officers will receive an annual salary
of N232,970, to collect N333,522 on attaining S15
while officers on GL05 – S1 will receive an annual
salary of N261,298 and on attaining S15 will
receive N401,637.
Officers on GL06 – S1 will receive an annual
salary of N316,229 and on attaining S15 will
receive N487,295 while their counterparts on GL09
– S1 will receive N780,656 and on attaining S15
will receive N1,152,698.
Those on GL10 – S1 will receive an annual salary
of N914,511 and on reaching S15 will receive
N1,323,635 while those on GL 12 – S1 will receive
N1,053,208 to receive N1,506,493 on terminating
at S11 where they stop, unlike their subordinates
who reach S15.
Officers on GL 13 – S1 will receive an annual
salary of N1,174,233 to receive N1,653,453 on
attaining S11 while GL14 – S1 officers will receive
an annual salary of N1,295,818 and on attaining
S11 will receive N1,811,724.
On their part, officers on GL 15 – S1 will receive
an annual salary of N1,778,616 and on
terminating at S9 will receive N2,363,140 while
their colleagues on GL 16 – S1 will receive an
annual salary of N2,197,677 and also on
terminating at S9 will receive N5,452,136.
According to the Chairman of the NSIWC Chief
Richard Egbule, the table which was approved by
President Goodluck Jonathan, will come into
effect from the date the President signed the new
minimum wage of N18,000 last March.
Introducing the table, he said the "President of
the Federal Republic has approved the adjustment
of the Consolidated Public Service Salary
Structure (CONPSS), with effect from 23rd March
2011."
However, allowances were not captured in the
table and also officers hardly get to Step 15
before they are promoted to the next GL
Source : www.nairaland.com

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BON Awards 2013 Unveils Hosts, Gbenga
Adeyinka & Wana Udobang
The organizers of BON Award 2013 is proud to
announce Gbenga Adeyinka the1st and
Wanawana tona
currently works as a radio presenter and
producer at 92.3 Inspiration FM in Lagos,
Nigeria BON Awards 2013 Unveils Hosts, Gbenga
Adeyinka & Wana Udobang
The organizers of BON Award 2013 is proud to
announce Gbenga Adeyinka the1st and
Wanawana to anchor this year’s award which is
slated to hold in Asaba Delta state on the 9th of
November 2013 at The Dome.
As the longest running reward platform for Movie
stars in Nigeria, our mission is to celebrate the
true stars of Nollywood, a night of glitz and
glamor where world class entertainment will be
performed and rewarded. Read the profile of the
hosts below.
Gbenga Adeyinka is a graduate of English from
the University of Lagos with Television
programmes on AIT, MBI, GALAXY T.V and
AFRICA MAGIC on DSTV. He also appears on
segments of programmes on many television
shows. His humor emanates from an informed
mind with a lot of depth and richness in
meaning. He is a polyglot whose presentation
medium is English, blended with the three major
Nigerian Languages and a working knowledge of
three other international languages. His comedy
and music shows tagged "Gbenga Adeyinka 1st
and friends and Comedy Unleashed, are leading
upscale comedy events that have continued to
gather great momentum and won the hearts of
many.
Wana graduated from the University for The
Creative Arts with a first class degree in
Journalism. In the UK, she has worked as a
freelance features producer for the BBC world
service and Resonance FM(London’s only art
radio station). She honed her skills as a
researcher whilst working for some of Britain’s
biggest independent production houses. Wise
Buddah, Above the Title and Somethin’Else
productions are just a few on the list. She is a
keen performance poet, public speaker in the
areas of gender advocacy and youth mentorship.
A short fiction writer and an alumni of the
Farafina Creative Writers Workshop. Wana
currently works as a radio presenter and
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Fashola Banned Molue, Commercial Buses From Lagos Island

Fashola Banned Molue, Commercial Buses From
Lagos island
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Molue Buses Banned From Third Mainland
Bridge, Eko & Carter Bridges.
Months after the ban on Okada, Lagos State
Government under the leadership of Governor
Babatunde Raji Fashola has banned commercial
buses widely called Molue from operating on
Lagos Island .
Effective immediately, Lagos has banned Molue
riders from operating on bridges like the 3rd
Mainland , Eko & Carter Bridges.
Molue operators are no longer allowed to operate
in the Central Business District of the state.
LASG said the decision was made in order to
monitor commercial bus operators as regards
compliance with traffic rules and regulations.
This was confirmed by LASTMA GM, Babatunde
Edu on Wednesday Sept 3rd, 2013.
"Though the Lagos State Government was
supposed to have commenced enforcement last
month, being a responsive and responsible
government which believes in enlightenment
before enforcement, we therefore decided to shift
the enforcement to 4th of this month," he said
This is serious what do they want the poor
masses to do.
No Okada now no Molue.






Exam Malpractice: Cheat In WAEC Examination And Face Five Years Jail



Any West African Examination Council
(WAEC) candidate caught indulging in
examinations malpractices in any part
of the country risks a minimum of five
years imprisonment and N200, 000 fine nd N200, 000 fine.
This
is because the Federal Executive
Council has approved the memo
from the Ministry of Education
seeking to amend the WAEC Act 2004
in line with the 2003 convention in
Ghana.
Briefing State House correspondents
at the end of FEC meeting on
Wednesday, the Minister of
Education, Prof. Ruqayyatu Rufa'I,
said the proposal for the amendment
would be forwarded to the National
Assembly towards domesticating the
convention in Nigeria.
The minister, who attended the
briefing alongside the Minister of
Information, Labaran Maku,
Minister of Health, Prof Onyebuchi
Chukwu and Minister of
Environment, Hadiza Mailafia, said
the new penalties also involved
barring offenders from taking the
examination in future.
She said: "With this amendment, any
person that may be caught in one of
those acts will now be fined in the
sum of N200, 000 or he may be
imprisoned for five years or both
depending on the establishment of
that offence."



Incredible. Woman seen breast feeding her baby while cycling on a bike !!!

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The woman's baby was hungry, she
refused to wait and decided to
breastfeed her baby while driving
her motorbike.
Riding a motorbike while holding a
child can be
trouble, but breastfeeding while
driving is outright dangerous.
Instead of pulling over to the side
of the road, the mother in central
China, was seen breastfeeding her
child while rushing through traffic.
Witnesses said that the baby, who
is 18 months-old, was crying while
the mother was driving through
busy roads in Yuzhou, Henan
Province.
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