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What Will Happen To Polaris Bank after 2019 Election

Polaris Bank, formerly Skye Bank, will be sold off to interested buyers after the 2019 general elections, it has emerged.

See What Will Happen To Polaris Bank Soon

The spokesman of the Assets Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON), Jude Nwauzor disclosed on Tuesday that the electoral period was delaying the corporation’s planned bid to sell the bank.

He noted that expression of interest from investors would be advertised after the general election to kickstart the sale process.
“The election season has slowed down things,” he said. “We would advertise for expressions of interest from investors after elections and commence the sale process.”
However, the management of Polaris Bank has assured customers of the safety of their deposits in the bank.

In a tweet, the bank said that it remained a “stable” financial institution that was capable of meeting its obligations anytime.

Responding to a query from a customer on Twitter, the bank tweeted: “We would like to use this opportunity to assure our valued customers of the safety of their funds. Polaris Bank is financially stable and capable of meeting our obligations anytime.”

INEC Recruitment: Three arrested for impersonating officials

Do not fall vitims to scammers on the currently ongoing INEC recruitment excercise as some people are desperate to get money from you.

Three suspects have been arrested at the Akoka area of Lagos for allegedly impersonating the  INEC officials.
INEC Recruitment 2019 - See What Has Started Happening

The suspects were arrested by policemen attached to the Police Command in Lagos, following a complaint by the Deputy Director of INEC at Shomolu LGA, NAN reports.

If you have not applied yet, use the link down to apply for the ongoing INEC recruitment

Disclosed by the Lagos Command’s Spokesman, CSP Chike Oti, the suspects were reported to be recruiting ad-hoc staff for INEC.
“Following a complaint from the Deputy Director of INEC, Shomolu LGA, Mrs Akinwunmi S.O., on January 22, that some persons at Shop No. 33, Aluta Plaza, Federal College of Education, Akoka, were impersonating INEC workers and recruiting ad-hoc staff.
“The state Commissioner of Police, CP Edgal Imohimi, directed the Pedro Police Station DPO to infiltrate the camp of the culprits with his undercover operatives.
“The operatives did as directed, leading to the arrest of the suspects, namely: Kaiyewu Folahan, Akintunde Ibukun and Azeez Kazeem.

“Exhibits recovered from them included a laptop, 511 INEC Lagos Ad-hoc recruitment forms, already filled with passport photographs attached.
“Meanwhile, the suspects were today arraigned at the Chief Magistrate’s Court 2, Yaba, for conspiracy, impersonation, forgery, fraudulent act and unlawful possession of INEC materials,” it read.
Finally, the statement added that the suspects were remanded in prison pending when they would meet their bail conditions and the case was adjourned until April 16.

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BRISON Shortlisted Candidates PDF - (See Full List)

The Federal Government has announced the  shortlisting of 10,000 applicants for employment into Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria (BRISIN).

BRISON Shortlisted Candidates PDF - (See Full List)

We are pleased to inform the general public especially those who took part in the just concluded BRISON recruitment that the agency has shortlisted names of candidates for the 2019 intake.
BRISON Shortlisted Candidates PDF - (See Full List)

This was disclosed by by the National Coordinator, Public Affairs unit of BRISIN, Mr Tony Okorocha, BRISIN directed all the applicants who successfully completed their application to check their positions on from  Wednesday 23rd, 2019.

The Head of BRISIN Implementation in Nigeria, Dr Anthony Uwa however stated that the list of total List of 10,000 shortlisted applicants has been shortlist into the agency and we believe your name is there is shortlisted. However, you should know that out of these 10,000 candidates only 5,000 will finally be selected.

Mr Uwa said those that paid the N1000 application fee but could not complete their application process would be either refunded or given the opportunity to re-apply in the permanent BRISIN employment portal coming out at the end of March for you to complete your application.

“You would be given the chance to upload without further payment, but you must show your former application code to confirm you have paid before you could be allowed to upload your data,” he said. Uwa stated that some people have been refunded their application fees.

BRISON Shortlisted Candidates PDF - (See Full List)

The Federal Government has announced the  shortlisting of 10,000 applicants for employment into Basic Registry and Information System in Nigeria (BRISIN).

To check your name use the link below to access complete list and if you have any questions bordering you, you can use the comment box below and be sure we will get back to you in jiffu.

He said the date for the new portal would be communicated and new method of application explained. “Please be careful to not fall into wrong hands,” he warned

Nigerian Newspapers Today (23ed January 2019) - Vanguard, Punch, Dailypost, Thisday

Read today's Nigerian Newspapers headlines, All Nigerian Newspapers published are all available on SearchNGR

Nigerian Newspapers Today (23rd January 2019) - Vanguard, Punch, Dailypost, Thisday

Vanguard Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (23rd January 2019)

  • In Nigeria, presidential debates have no impact!
  • Benue Assembly suspends 8 LG bosses
  • Aftermath of hot exchanges: Buhari, OBJ greet; NCS okays N27,000 minimum wage
  • Presidential election showdown: Amaechi and Saraki, two friends in each other's gun sights
  • Delta monarchs task INEC, politicians on violence-free, fair elections
  • Our overcrowded trains
  • FG refutes news of N850,000 claims for retirees
  • Atiku not a messiah but better than Buhari ' OBASANJO
  • Protect your votes, Governor Wike tells Nigerians

This Day Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (23rd January 2019)

  • Analysts Outline Factors that Will Drive Stock Market in 2019
  • Micro Pension to Raise Pension Assets by N3tn, Says PenCon
  • CBN Deputy Gov. Disowns e-Mail Addres
  • Marketing Trends to Look Out for in 2019
  • Growing Investor Confidence
  • Again, ANRP Calls for Upward Review of 2019 Budget
  • Containing the Uproar over the Presidential Debate
  • Abubakar Finds His Voice Against Traducers
  • Osinbajo Bemoans Capacity of Fake News to Cause Harm

Daily Times Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (23rd January 2019)

  • Defamation: Buhari Campaign Organisation slams libel suit against Atiku
  • Buhari expresses joy with INECs readiness for elections
  • 2019: EU election observer mission tasks INEC, security agencies, others on transparency
  • ASUU strike: NANS threatens boycott of 2019 general elections
  • Dambazzau, Police end cold war
  • Ortom swears-in six Acting LG chairmen
  • Inter-Faith Clerics launch 30-days Deliverance Prayers for Obasanjo
  • Court retains El-Zakzaky, wife in custody, grants them access to medical services
  • Restructuring, jobs, defence of votes dominant as PDP campaign train lands in South East

Daily Trust Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (23rd January 2019)

  •  Submit Gana's name to INEC within 24 hours, SDP youths tell Falae 
  • 2019 polls: Why governors support Buhari's re-election bid ' Gov Yari
  • Lagos 2019: Agbaje woos non-indigenes, promises fairness
  • 4 injured, property destroyed as Abia governorship debate ends in fiasco
  • Ezekwesili, Durotoye, Moghalu pledge violence-free 2019 election
  • Buhari's campaign train expected in Sokoto tomorrow
  • Buhari's campaign train lands in Ebonyi next week
  • Kaduna court grants Elzakzaky, wife, access to medical services, adjourns to March 25
  • Speed Limiting Regulation: Enforcement on private vehicles soon ' FRSC

Leadership Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (23rd January 2019)

  • As Prof Bogoro Returns To TETFUND
  • Fayemi Sacks Ekiti Varsity VC, College Provost, EKSUTH CMD
  • Don't Interfere In Our Forthcoming Election, NANS Tells Dalung
  • Ortom Reads Riot Act To LG Chairmen
  • NASU Shuts Poly Ibadan Over Unpaid Salaries
  • NSCDC Secures Conviction Of 11 Persons In Kaduna
  • Nigerian Army Flags Off Exercise 'EGWU EKE III' In Kaduna
  • Amnesty Programme Trains Over 100 Ex-Militant
  • DPR Generates N1.3tn Revenue In 2018 

Tribune Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (23rd January 2019)

  • UI academics 'hail and wail' over Buhari administration
  • We're pacesetter in the implementation of SDGs ' El-Rufai
  • PDP lashes out at Tinubu over comments on OBJ
  • PDP will create wealth, honour traditional rulers ' Makinde
  • Governors are backing Buhari because of bailouts ' Governor Yari
  • 2019: Agbaje promises equity for Lagos 5 divisions
  • Minimum wage:Nothing'll deny workers any kobo from N30,000 ' Labour
  • 25 Fulani associations distance self from Miyetti Allah's endorsement of Buhar
  • 2019: EU observers warn INEC, security agencies, politicians

Daily Independent Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (23rd January 2019)

  • Eric Abidal admits club are waiting on Frenkie decision over transfer
  • Niger Delta Needs Economic Summit 'Environmentalist
  • Niger Delta Community Raises Over Imminent Military Attack
  • You're A Role Model, Okowa Tells Oldest Reigning King In Delta
  • Emevor Gets Women Cooperative Society
  • Uruan To Become Oil Producing Community Soon
  • Cleric Lauds FG Over Niger Delta Roads
  • Urhobo Social Club Lagos Celebrates Thanksgiving Da
  • Night Of Glory For A' Ibom Speaker At 2018 Independent Awardspensation 

Peoples Daily Headlines Nigerian Newspapers Today (23rd January 2019)

  • Onnoghen: Court extends hearing over CCT jurisdiction to January 28
  • Minimum Wage: FG convenes Council of State on revenue sharing formula
  • 2019: Nigerians expect transparency ' Dogara tells INEC, Police
  • FG to brief Nigerians on status of recovered loot, says Buhari
  • Senate worries over rampant burglary, vandalism in NASS
  • At last, Atiku in US, to return tomorrow
  • Climate change responsible for Farmers/herders crisis
  • Court orders police to give reason for detaining Melaye
  • IGP: Averting pitfalls for a successful tenure

New Minimum Wage: N30,000 for federal, N27,000 for state workers

The Council of State has approved the transmission of the National minimum wage bill to the National Assembly.

The council, presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential Villa, Abuja approved N30,000 for federal workers and N27,000 for thier state counterparts.

New Minimum Wage: N30,000 for federal, N27,000 for state workers

The Minister of Labour, Chris Ngige who briefed State House correspondents at the end of the meeting, said the proposal will cover employers of labour with minimum of 25 workers
“The bill approved by the Council include N30,000 minimum wage for Federal workers and N27,000 for states and private sector,” he said.
Furthermore, He recalled that the Federal Executive Council (FEC) and the National Economic Council (NEC) have already considered the bill.

Ngige said the bill will be transmitted to the National Assembly before the close of business on Wednesday.

Application for Access Bank Recruitment 2019 - Application Guidelines

Access Bank Plc is a financial institution with presence in 9 countries in Africa and the United Kingdom and in all major cities in Nigeria. Also referred to as the Africa’s Bank of Best Practise, Access Bank operates on a platform of strong ethics, governance and professionalism.

Application for Access Bank Recruitment 2019 - Application Guidelines

After the recent merger with Diamond bank, applications are invited for:

Title: Fresh Graduates
Location: Nigeria


Are you driven, confident and enthusiastic about the banking industry?
Would you like to make your passion your career?
Are you willing to join us in our journey to becoming a world-class financial institution? Our Entry Level Training Programme is just for YOU!

Your career journey with us starts with a 4.5-month intensive training program at the School of Banking Excellence, giving you an opportunity to be trained with other high caliber applicants.


A graduate with a minimum of a second class upper division from a university acceptable to the bank, NYSC certificate and a maximum age of 24 years for Bachelor degree holders, 26 years for lawyers with a law degree.
A graduate with a minimum of a second class lower from a university acceptable to the bank, NYSC certificate,a Masters’ degree from top tier Universities acceptable to the Bank and a maximum age of 26 years.


In our quest to retain the best pool of exceptional talents in the industry, the Bank consistently rewards high-performing employees and teams with adequate monetary and non-monetary compensation. This practice has had a significant impact in spurring our people to greater personal and organizational achievement. For more interesting job posting like this please use our subscription button or comment using the link below.

BBNaija 2019 - Apply For Big Brother Naija 2019 Audition

Big Brother Naija 2019 Auditions (BBNaija 2019). Big Brother Naija (BBNaija), Africa’s biggest reality show is back & bigger than ever this 2019. #BBNaija returns for its fourth edition! Do you have what it takes to be the next big star?

BBNaija 2019 - Apply For Big Brother Naija 2019 Audition

This edition of BBNaija season 4 will be hosted in Nigeria. After headlining two seasons as the major sponsor, also, Payporte will give way for Bet9ja as the new headline sponsor for Big Brother Naija 2019. As usual, the audition process will take place in major cities across Nigeria.

Auditions will hold on Friday, February 1, 2019 and Saturday, February 2, 2019.

  1. Lagos: DPodium Event Centre
  2. Port Harcourt: Hotel Presidential
  3. Abuja: Multichoice Office (Plot 1548 Ademola Adetokunbo Street, Maitama)
  4. Ibadan: MAUVE 21 Events Center
  5. Enugu: Oaklands Hotel and Park
  6. Warri: Deluxe Garden Suites
  7. Calabar: Venetian Arena
  8. Ebuka Obi-Uchendu will return as the host of the Big Brother Naija Season 4.

Note: Auditions are open only to those above 21, with a valid Nigerian international passport. Audition is Free!

Make Up to N50,000 Weekly Online From this Easy Steps

The time of lazy has far gone, many people now make money online some with their mobile phones some with their PC with internet enabled.

Why waste time on social media when others are using that same social media to make thousands of dollars daily.
Make Up to N50,000 Weekly Online From this Easy Steps

I have been into this business for quite some time and I must say I never regreted a bit joing it. At first stage I almost gave up thinking it wouldn't work out. But then I took it one step at a time. And today I can boast of my online earnings.

The youngest millionaire in South Africa is Shezi, Shezi’s story began with selling muffins at school, for which he was laughed at. Then he traded in all the money that was supposed to be for education, a big move that turned him into a millionaire. Forex Trading. That was his breakthrough.

And Hence I want to quickly introduce you to this business of a thing called Forex Trading, Meanwhile, I know you have heard of this business before because forex trading is one of the most popular online businesses in the world and many makes millions from it daily.

This post is just an introduction into the business, I will be writing more on Forex trading so you too can start making money online and smile to you bank every day.

So what's the big deal?

One of the biggest promises of forex trading is quick returns on investments. And it boasts of huge returns that fund the lavish lifestyle of some forex traders, at least as evidenced on social media.
Even better, this can happen at a relatively young age.

Just the other year, Sandile Shezi was dubbed South Africa's youngest self-made millionaire at the age of just 23. Simz D' Mandla is another one. By 20, he had reportedly made his first million and is described as a multi-millionaire forex trader.

There is also the lure of not being bogged down by a 9 to 5 job, but instead the flexibility to determine your own working hours while earning much better than a regular job could offer.

So, when people say they are into forex trading what exactly do they do? 

Because if we go by social media, to trade requires an open laptop with a moving graph.

forex trading is the buying and selling of currencies based on market activity. Forex traders speculate on whether the exchange rate will go up or down and just like any other form of speculation, they want to buy a currency at one price and sell it at a higher price in order to make a profit.

For example, if they think the euro is going to rise against the U.S. dollar, they can buy the EUR/USD currency pair low and then sell it at a higher price to make a profit. However, if they buy the euro against the dollar (EUR/USD), and the U.S. dollar strengthens, they will then be in a losing position. They will then lose the trade or the money they risked on that specific trade.

However, there is no way of accurately predicting how the currencies will perform. According to Jaba Investments, forex traders "take calculated risks by relying on statistical probabilities to determine trades".

To get started and start making Up to N50,000 Weekly Online From this Easy Steps use the link highliged to learn more about forex and how to open an account. Learn more here

Application for NIMC Recruitment 2019 | See Registration Form

This recruitment is guide is for the National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) 2019 Recruitment, to see the needed qualifications as well as how to apply please see below.
Application for NIMC Recruitment 2019 | See Registration Form


The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) established by the NIMC Act No. 23 of 2007, the NIMC has the following responsibilities:

To own and maintain and manage the National Identity Database in Nigeria
Register persons covered by the Act

Assign a Unique National Identification Number (NIN) and issue General Multi-Purpose Cards (GMPC) to those who are citizens of Nigeria as well as others legally residing within the country.
NIMC operates and regulates matters of national identity in Nigeria with services covering National Identification Number (NIN) enrolment and issuance, National e-ID card issuance, identity verification as well as data harmonization and authentication. The Commission is headed by Engr. Aliyu A. Azizwho.

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About NIMC Recruitment

Please note that NIMC is currentlty not recruiting

This post is only to serve as a guide to various applicants.
If there are any new vacancies there will be an update on this post or check official website.
Candidates are to apply for one job position, Candidates who attempt to apply multiple times will have their application disqualified
Online application is free.
When available, vacancies tend to exist in the Commission for the:

Consultancy Services

As part of strategies for harnessing worldwide examples of best practices, and to stimulate involvement of the public and private sectors in order to continually re-affirm the priorities for the implementation of an effective Nigerian Identity Management System, the NIMC provides for the engagement of suitably qualified individuals, firms or consortia of firms to render consultancy services in various areas related to its main objectives.

Interested individuals or firms may submit their application to our database here online. The engagement of such individuals or firms is in accordance with stipulated Federal Government’s Due Process Guidelines and Regulations.

Regular Staff

Recruitment will normally commence with widely published advertisement in at least four (4) national daily newspapers.

NYSC / SIWES Students

The Commission provides for the mandatory one year National Youth Service Scheme for Nigerian graduates as part of its national development. Students on Students Industrial Work Experience Scheme (SIWES) from various tertiary institutions are also absorbed in the Commission. Aptitude tests are normally conducted for these two categories of students and their engagement is based on performance and availability of vacancy.

The Nigeria Police Force has snubbed an order of a Federal Capital Territory High Court which granted Kogi West Senator, Dino Melaye, bail.

It was gathered that the police refused to release the lawmaker on Monday despite the fact that Melaye had fulfilled the bail conditions.
Dino Melaye Detained By Police As They File Fresh Charges

The Punch learnt that the FCT Commissioner of Police, who was served the bail order, declined to release the senator.

Findings showed that the police had filed fresh nine charges against the embattled lawmaker and one Silas Omenka.

The charge dated January 14, 2019,was co-signed by Kehinde Oluwole, Malik Taiwo and Seyi Otunla, all of the force legal office, Abuja.

Melaye was accused of illegal obstruction of lawful arrest, resisting arrest and accusing the erstwhile Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, of planning to “inject him to death.”

One of the charges read in part,
 “That you Senator Dino Melaye, 45years, representing Kogi West… at about 11am, at your residence… inform the public on Twitter that the police detectives are trying to plant guns in your cars outside, an information you know to be false… thereby committing an offence punishable under Section 392 of the Penal Code."


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