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  1. bobdiva

    SARS wahala again!!!!!

    Some where In Nigeria If SARS wan jump I naked follow dem Officer Wetin dey happen me and you get problem 1529665670133.mp4
  2. Mark Zuckerberg has announced a new TV service, IGTV that is designed to lure young viewers away from YouTube. It features one major difference from it’s rival: Instagram’s video display will be designed to fill a vertical smartphone screen, rather than horizontal displays like YouTube. The featured is called IGTV and will increase Facebook-owned Instagram’s video time limit from one minute to 10 minutes for most users. Accounts with large audiences will be able to go on for as long as an hour. The video will be available through Instagram or a new app called IGTV. The video will eventually give Facebook more opportunities to sell advertising. It’s the latest instance in which Instagram has ripped a page from a rival’s playbook in an effort to preserve its status as a place for young people to share and view content. In this case, Instagram is mimicking Google’s YouTube. Before, Facebook and Instagram have copied Snapchat – another magnet for teens and young adults. Instagram, now nearly 8 years old, is moving further from its roots as a photo-sharing service as it dives headlong into a longer-form video. The initiative comes as parent company Facebook struggles to attract teens, while also dealing with a scandal that exposed its leaky controls for protecting users’ personal information. Instagram, which Facebook bought for $1 billion six years ago, now has 1 billion users, up from 800 million nine months ago. More importantly, 72 per cent of U.S. kids ranging from 13 to 17 years old use Instagram, second to YouTube at 85 per cent, according to the Pew Research Center.
  3. Cement Limited based in Ashaka, Gombe State is a subsidiary of Lafarge Africa Plc. The Company produces the famous brand “AshakaCem” popularly known as the Star of the North because of its proven record of quality and integrity. Lafarge’s vision is to build a stronger Nigeria safely, ethically and sustainably through innovative construction solutions. Ashaka Cement has commenced its 2018 Graduate Trainee Programme targeted at attracting suitably qualified, young, exceptional and highly motivated individuals to join its workforce. Successful candidates will work at Ashaka Cement’s plant in Ashaka, Funakaye LGA, Gombe State. Lafarge offers its employees careers with a meaning: building the future. Lafarge offers personal development opportunities, international mobility as well as safe and attractive working conditions. 2018 Graduate Trainee Programme Job TypeFull Time QualificationBA/BSc/HND Experience2 years max LocationNigeria Job FieldGeneral Graduate Jobs Eligibility A minimum of Second Class Honours (Lower Division) or a Higher National Diploma (Upper Credit) from any of the following disciplines: Engineering; Social Sciences; Management; Arts/ Humanities or other related disciplines. Completion of the mandatory NYSC programme as at the time of application. A maximum of 2 years’ post-NYSC work experience. A maximum age of 28 years, as at 31 December, 2018. Candidates from Gombe, Bauchi, Borno, Yobe, Taraba and Adamawa States and other states in Northern Nigeria are strongly encouraged to apply. In addition, candidates should demonstrate strong passion for excellence, enthusiasm, analytical, communication (written and verbal), presentation and problem solving skills. Method of Application Interested applicants should: Send their resumes (prepared as a Microsoft Word document, and saved with full names and functional e-mail address and phone numbers) to ashakaapplications@hcp-ng.com And also Include in their applications, a statement showing how they meet the advertised criteria, as well as names and contact details (including telephone and e-mail addresses) of three referees who are knowledgeable about their professional achievements and abilities. Please Note All applications will be treated in strict confidence and will be considered only based on merit. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Aptitude Test notifications will be sent via e-mail and SMS. Security clearance will be conducted for all applicants invited for the Test. In addition, all educational qualifications presented by applicants will be investigated.
  4. bobdiva

    How Not to be Scammed – See Format

    Yahoo fraudsters are constantly coming up with new ways to get money from people. Inheritance Yahoo format is one of the ways, which they often use to deceive the Internet users. This article will discuss the Yahoo scam format which involves inheritance and show you how to prevent yourself from being scammed. LATEST SCAM FORMAT Lots of Nigerians have heard about Yahoo boys, and unfortunately, some people are familiar with their tricks from their own unlucky experiences. Yahoo boys are internet fraudsters who usually hide behind the Yahoo e-mail addresses, that is why they are called so. Most of them have no official job, and the only thing they can do for a living is to deceive innocent people. According to the statistical data that was provided by the police, Yahoo boys are often university students, who are afraid of unemployment. However, older people who are more experienced are also involved in Internet crimes. Yahoo boy business became really prominent at the beginning of the 2000s, when not so many African people had Internet and were aware of common fraud schemes on the worldwide web, so they easily fell for various deceitful tricks. Later, people started raising more awareness about Yahoo scams. However, the fact that Yahoo boy business still brings the fraudsters a lot of money shows that there are users who still fall for them. The Yahoo scam formats are different. Sometimes, the fraudsters send e-mails with a sad story where someone is ill and needs money. The dating format is also very popular – the criminal poses as a beautiful woman or handsome man, and makes you fall in love with her/him, then starts asking to send money for different purposes. The other scam is getting an e-mail that your bank account is suspended, and you need to send money to unlock it. We will also be talking about the inheritance Yahoo format, which originated in the early 2000s and is still quite common. Sometimes, it is also called “Nigerian scam”, because Nigerian fraudsters often go as far as deceiving people from other countries, and they have already earned the bad reputation. INHERITANCE SCAM So, what is the inheritance Yahoo scam all about? This is easy: you get a new e-mail in your inbox. You click and see the message from someone you have never seen before. They sent you a story about you inheriting a large amount of money. Sometimes, the inheritance document can be attached. The stories can be different: The wealthy official has died after a brief illness, and the one who is writing to you is their successor, who now has a lot of money and possessions. There is a problem with division of the dead official’s property, so they have moved their part to the security and finance firm, and are looking for someone who is willing to buy it. The dying father told the person who is writing that there is a deposited sum of money that he saved at the security company. Now their mother is seriously ill too, and they are unable to access the money because the mother is not Nigerian. They are looking for a way to claim the money, and for this, they need an assistant. However, the security company told them that before their money is released, they will have to pay for demurrage – that is why they need someone to pay for them. The person promises you that you will get your share of their money afterwards. The dying father revealed that he has left a large sum of money in the bank, and told the person to look for the foreigner who will assist the person in transferring these funds abroad. Of course, you will have to make some payments for this person, and they promise you to give a large percent of the total sum. Again, the dying father has left the person big money in Ghana or another African country, and they are unable to access the funds. You are someone who they are willing to trust with their family fortune. Just like with the previous versions, you will need to make payments, before they grant you with the generous gift of 10 to 25 percent from their total sum. The father was killed in the political crisis, and he was saving some money for the election, which was inherited by the writer. They are choosing you as a business partner and asking for assistance. Someone close to the writer died, and they are searching for a trustworthy person who will manage the funds that the deceased person has left. For this, they will earn your trust to make you pay them and possibly get your personal details. The father of the writer died in the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attack in New York, and before his death, he used to be the owner of the company. You probably can predict what comes next – the person inherited large money from the dead father, and wants you to help them manage this money – which, of course, means that you will have to trust them with your personal data, and make some payments for getting a big part of this sum in return. As you can see, all these stories are very similar to each other and follow the same scheme. Sometimes, the grammar and spelling of the writer are poor. But usually, they will use some word constructions that will make you either feel sorry for them or trust them. This is the catch – you should never, under any circumstances, believe these people. If you send them the money that they need, they will not give you any sum in return. In fact, they will disappear, change their e-mail address, and go on sending scams to other people who are likely to fall for their scheme. Some of these e-mails are also trying to trick you into giving the person your credit card details. Providing these details to anyone, even the bank workers, is dangerous. They should always remain private and known only by you. Besides, the person who sent you this e-mail is someone unknown, who you have never met, so it is impossible for you to guess their real motives. WHAT CAN I DO TO PROTECT MYSELF FROM THE FRAUDSTERS? Even if you are fully aware of the scams, some of your friends and relatives may still be vulnerable to falling for the fraud schemes. So, you can share the protection means with them and keep them safe from Yahoo scammers: Sending someone your card details and other personal information that is linked to your money is strictly forbidden if you want to stay safe. Only trusted people, like your family, can know these details. Giving them to strangers would lead to unexpected consequences, which, as you have already guessed, will not be pleasant. Arranging anything with strangers who are asking for payment will most often result in permanent loss of money. It is very rare that people recover the money that they have lost to the scammer. If you have received a suspicious message, do not rush into believing everything you see and negotiating with them. It will only make things worse for you. Seek advice from someone who knows these things, such as a lawyer, financial planner, accountant or a family member who has had experience with fraudsters. Look up the name of the fraudster on the Internet. Even if the story seems believable to you, you should never jump into instantly sending money to this person. Often, a simple Google search of their name can do wonders. You can often find other victims of their fraud this way and read their stories. If you see a scam e-mail in your inbox, it is strongly not recommended to respond to it and ask questions. The fraudsters are good at persuasion. They will find a way to play on your emotions and make you fall for their scheme. It is much better just to leave it without reply. Always remember that it is highly unlikely you can get a huge amount of money without effort, or someone is willing to trust you with their funds – especially if they have never seen you before. This is a good scenario, but in the majority of cases completely unrealistic. And if you got a suspicious e-mail that touches the inheritance topic, it is definitely a scam, the sole purpose of which is to make money off your trust. If you or your friends were scammed into providing personal details, you should immediately contact the bank or other financial institution and seek help. You are also advised to report scams to the authorities, including the detailed description of them (e.g., screenshots of the e-mails you received). Perhaps it will prevent other people from making mistakes. Spread the word to people you know, especially those who you consider being most likely to fall into the trap of the fraudsters. Always stay safe and alert!
  5. Nigerian music legend, Daddy Showkey has taken to his Instagram page to blast singing duo, Anthonio Akpos Dixon and Andre Andos Dixon aka Mamuzee twins for abandoning their mother until she died and then rushing to their social media pages to mourn her. The singing duo lost their mum recently and Andre took to his IG page to pay her a tribute. . He wrote; "Romans 6: 5. For if we have been planted together in the likeness of his death, we shall be also in the likeness of his resurrection: It please's God to call my Mom, yesterday back unto His glory! Adieu Mommy......Rest in perfect peace in the bossom of Lord" Daddy showkey in his video said this is hypocritical of the twins as they abandoned their mother until she died. He also blasted clergymen who tell people that their mothers are witches. Watch the video below;
  6. The Harley-Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy that Arnold Schwarzenegger ( T-800 ) drove in Terminator 2: Judgment Day has been sold at auction For N181m ($500k). The auction house was hoping to sell it between $200k and $300k for the fully functional bike.The 1991 bike has missing side mirrors and 392 miles on its odometer. After stealing the Harley-Davidson from the owner in the movie , T-800 used the bike to rescue John Connor from the menacing shape-shifting android assassin called T-1000. The bullet-riddled jacket worn by Arnold Schwarzenegger's in the film was also sold at the same auction for N8.7m($24,000). The 49hp 1991 Harley-Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy has an air-cooled,4-stroke V-Twin engine and a top speed of 148.0 km/h (92.0 mph). Watch video of the bike in action:
  7. Iceland coach, Heimir Hallgrimsson announced on Thursday that his players are permitted to have sex ahead of their game against Nigeria, as long as it's with their wives. Iceland's players were due to be reunited with their families on Thursday in Volgograd where they face Nigeria on Friday in Group D. At a press conference ahead of Nigeria clash, an Icelandic reporter asked if sex was banned for members of the squad, Iceland captain Aron Gunnarsson while laughing replied: "For the time being, yes." But Iceland coach Hallgrimsson interjected: "At least as long as the wives have not arrived. No, sex is not banned, it's bullshit."
  8. The faces of some of the Edo state indigenes who were killed in an accident as they returned from Spain, have been revealed. This is just heartbreaking... The accident occurred around 8:30am at the Wictech stretch of the Lagos - Ibadan expressway about two km away from Danco filling station. The victims - all believed to be Edo State indigenes, who just flew into the country from Spain this morning, had chartered the bus marked BEN 313 YX on the fleet of Iyare Motors and were going to Benin City for an engagement, when the accident happened. The Public Relations Officer of TRACE, Babatunde Akinbiyi, who confirmed, said the driver of the speeding hummer bus ram into the rear of a truck marked MUS 730 XN in bids to overtake it. Akinbiyi said seven of the victims died at the accident scene while one other died later. Their remains have been deposited at the morgue of the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital (OOUTH), Sagamu where two others rescued alive, were also receiving treatment. Photos Below ;
  9. One Nawab Ali Qureshi has reportedly confessed to slitting the throat of his 4-yr-old daughter as a sacrifice to God for Ramadan. According to Nawab, he needed to be free from the devil's possession at the time which was his reason for slaughtering his daughter. Times of India reports that the 26-year-old meat seller earlier blamed Rizwana's death on a family cat but finally confessed to the crime on Friday, June 8, 2018. He reportedly said, "I had to offer my most prized possession to Allah". The reports revealed that Qureshi recited passages from the Koran before killing his daughter in Jodhpur, India. He is reported to have confessed after his wife, Shabana reported the case to the police after she discovered Rizwana dead at about 3 am that morning. He said ; "I am a devout Muslim and love my daughter more than my life. For several days she was at her grandmother's place and returned on Thursday. "I took her to the marketplace and bought sweetmeats and fruits. In the night I took her to the courtyard downstairs, recited a kalima, killed her, and then went back to sleep upstairs." May her soul rest in peace.
  10. A Nigerian man identified as Obazie Sunday has taken to the social media to narrate his experience with a new generation bank that mistakenly credited him with cash way above the amount he deposited. According to the man, he made a deposit of N167,000 but was surprised to be credited later in the day with N1,670,000. He returned the cash to the bank, but was surprised as the manager at the branch and other staff did not even commend him for what he did Read his narration below:- Early this month, June 5, 2018 I went to the bank,(name withheld) to deposit 167000. I did the normal transaction and left. Hours later, i saw an alert of 1,670,000. I was shocked and was tensed, because i have never handled that sum before. I thought it was a dummy sum, so i transferred 500,000 out ,to my other account. I confided in a school bro, who told me to await the bank call, and told me not to tell anyone else.When i got home(8-9pm), i got a call from a banker there. He said it was a mistake,and i should transfer the money to an account he would provide. My mind drifted to bankers siphoning money ,and i told him i'd rather come see the bank manager the following day. He gave the bank manager the phone or i'd rather say a man who claimed to be the bank manager.He said i should transfer the money, of which i bluntly refused ,and decided to go to their head office. I hung up,and switched off my phone ,to stop their incessant calls. Then the next day, the banker called me, and pleaded that they could not balance their books, because of the fund in my account. And he said they did sack them, before 12:00pm if they dont. I knw about the labour market, and how difficult it is to get jobs. So i told him i'd return the 500,000 which i transferr I knw it wasnt scam or fraud bacause i did not transfer the money. They unfroze my account , so i could send and recieve cash. They also used the bank reversal technique. I thought i was given the 4000 as a way of compensating me tho. So.i just transferred the 171,000 out of the account. The next week or probably friday, cash was sent to the account, so i went to the bank to cash it out. When i got there, they were just looking at mend the only thing i heard them say was"that is the boy". Not even a soul came to say thank you. I was not mad ,and i thought they saw no need in saying thank you, since they already said it in cash. I withdrew the money from the bank, and when they wanted to give me the money, the "bank manager" told the cashier to take the 4000 out of it.. I was now given the balance.. I was very mad tho, but being an introvert, i was cool and i left the bank.I transferred over a million naira back, and a thank you was not given. I was hurt, because then i had needs and wants. But i was not tempted to use the money.Even if it happens again, i will not hesitate to be that good person. " GOODNESS STARTS FROM YOU" "YOU CAN MAKE IT LEGALLY "YOU CAN CHANGE THE WORLD"
  11. The Nigerian Police Force, via it's twitter account, held a question and answer session and an interesting question was asked.. The Nigeria police force stated that SARS officers do not have the mandate to stop and search anyone as their job description is to tackle robbery, cattle rustling, kidnapping, The Nigerian Police Force, via it's twitter account, held a question and answer session and an interesting question was asked.. The Nigeria police force stated that SARS officers do not have the mandate to stop and search anyone as their job description is to tackle robbery, cattle rustling, kidnapping, violent crimes and others. A user @bsleeves007 tweeted ; SARS officers really need to tell us our crime as citizens... Is it a crime to use an IPhone? Is it a crime to dress good? Is it a crime to own a decent car? If I get stopped and I clearly not committed any crime,,why must I pay before I can go free? Is it even the job of SARS to arrest yahoo boys? They don't even arrest to prosecute them...they arrest and give tell them to pay heavy sum as bail.. The Nigeria Police Force then answered ; In investigating cyber crimes, you find out that perpetrators can be violent, then members of the FSARS are invited when there is element of violence It is not within the (SOP) of the FSARS to dwell into indiscriminate arrest of innocent Nigerians.
  12. Former BBNaija housemate, Bamike Olawunmi pupularly known as Bambam looks absolutely stunnung in secondary school uniform as she poses for the cameras. She has once again showed she is a natural as she takes to her instagram to share the photo. She wrote; "Amaka what went wrong? #thegiftamovie #actor I love my job. Isn't she so beautiful?
  13. Real Madrid expect £100million will be enough to buy David de Gea from Manchester United this summer, reports say. De Gea has been constantly linked with a transfer to Madrid and was on the verge of switch to Real in 2015 before the deal collapsed at the final hour. United went on to convince De Gea to remain at the club and the Spain international has been the club's most consistent performer for the last three seasons. But, Real have always retained an interest in De Gea and believe it may be time to return for the stopper. The Manchester Evening News claim Real president Florentino Perez is so confident his side will seal the transfer, he has openly spoken about making De Gea the world's first £100m goalkeeper. United will not want to lose De Gea and have repeatedly rejected all talk about a possible sale. Jose Mourinho has personally shot down rumours of De Gea's exit and when he was asked in April if the goalkeeper could leave the club, his response was: 'No chance.' De Gea's focus is now on the World Cup as Spain prepare for the tournament at their base in Russia. But, Spain were rocked on Wednesday when their head coach Julen Lopetegui was sacked just 24 hours before the start of the World Cup. Lopetegui was fired after he took the Real Madrid job without consulting the Spanish FA and the decision was taken to sack him. A new coach, Fernando Hierro, has already been installed, but the Spanish players are reportedly furious their preparations have been derailed.
  14. The shortest players at the FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 That being said, YBL brings you the 10 shortest players that will be playing in Russia for their national teams. Let's go !!! - 1. Yahya Al-Shehri The Saudi attacker is also about 165 cm tall (5 feet and 4 inches). 2. Javier Aquino Javier Ignacio Aquino Carmona is a Mexican professional footballer who plays for Liga MX club Tigres and the Mexico national team, Javier stands at at 166cm (5 feet and 4 inches) 3. Xherdan Shaqiri is a Swiss professional footballer who plays as a winger for Championship club Stoke City and the Swiss national team, the attacker stands at 169 cm (5 feet and 5 inches) 4. Alberto Quintero The Panama midfielder stands at only 165 cm (5 feet and 4 inches). 5. Eduardo Antonio Salvio is an Argentine professional footballer who plays as a right winger for Portuguese club Benfica and the Argentina national team, he stands at 167CM (5 feet and 5 inches) 6. Ahmed Musa is a Nigerian professional footballer who plays as a forward for English team Leicester City, and the Nigeria national team. The pacy forward stands at 1.7m (5 feet and 6 inches) 7. José Andrés Guardado Hernández is a Mexican professional footballer who plays for Spanish club Real Betis and the Mexico national team. The 31-year-old midfielder stands at 1.69m (5 feet and 6 inches) 8. Lionel Messi : You already know one of the greatest footballer on planet earth, Lionel Andrés Messi, he stands at 1.7m (5 feet and 6 inches) 9. Eden Hazard is a Belgian professional footballer who plays for English club Chelsea and the Belgium national team. The 27-year-old stands at 1.73m (5 feet and 8 inches) 10. N'golo Kante is a French professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for English club Chelsea and the France national team, he stands at 1.68m (5 feet and 6 inches)
  15. Don’t know why they do this knowing it’s a beach. No matter how private, lol. Rita Ora and boyfriend Andrew Watt were caught by paparazzi enjoying some down time together during a holiday in Tuscany with some friends. The couple relaxed in the sun as Rita and Andrew showered her with kisses, before taking a dip in the ocean to cool off. The English singer looked great in her two piece bikini, fresh face and red hair as she laughs with her beau and poses for pictures. But at one point, when the couple thought that paparazzi wasn’t around – Rita took off her top and sunbathed Tople$$. Un.clad pics below… See first pic here Second pic here Third pic here

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