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Kaduna Polo Club Facts

It is said that the life of a horseman is closer to northern cultures than anywhere else in the country and the Kaduna Polo Club proves that fact.

Founded in 1918, the Kaduna Polo Club, the foremost Polo club in Nigeria, is home to 6 polo teams and is a very interesting place to visit.

It celebrated its centenary just recently with the ‘Kaduna polo centenary tournament’ or ‘Tournament as celebration of Legacy’ on the 13th to 21st October, 2018.

Kaduna Polo Club

The game of Polo is one that requires a delicate yet strong balance of partnership between man and horse.

While the sport is often associated with royalty and glamour, at its heart, polo is a basic battle of skills and strategy.

Kaduna Polo Club, The Pride of Crocodile City

Whether you’re playing or watching, the polo experience captivates with beauty and excitement.

The Kaduna Polo Club is your one stop place for all things equestrian. Aside from attending the Kaduna International Polo Tournament that happens yearly in November, you can also

  • Visit the club to hire a horse and ride on the solo.
  • You can take your horse for treatment at the club’s veterinary clinic.
  • Purchase any equestrian souvenirs.

Apply for the Sterling Bank Graduate Trainee Program

Do you wish to join a vibrant team of some of the best minds in the country?

Air start your career and enjoy your journey to greatness!

Are you interested in a world that aligns your passion, where talents are nurtured and challenged to express their capabilities in an innovative and agile environment?

If yes… Then join the Sterling Bank Graduate Trainee Program.

Sterling Bank seek candidates with the following qualities:

Passionate
Adaptable
Team-spirited
Innovative
Takes responsibility and Ownership
Integrity.

Basic Qualifications & Requirements

Second Class Upper Graduates from a recognized University
Applicants must have completed NYSC
Applicants must not be older than 26 years of age.

Are you also Tech savvy and you speak any or some of the following languages; Please indicate when applying:
Java, XML, Android Development, Git , HTML, CSS, Kotlin, Go, 3rd party libraries(Android), Sketch, Figma, Illustrator, Adobe XD, InVision, Marvel, Framer… Etc.

Click here to apply.

Kaduna Opportunities: Qualified Tailors Are Invited To Express Interest For Sewing Of Uniforms For Public School Students

The official twitter handle of the executive Governor of Kaduna State has announced that qualified tailors are to express their interest for sewing of uniforms for Public School Students, (2018/19) session. Interested tailors are to apply through the Commissioner for Education and submit at the secret registry (Room 8) of the ministry.

Applications MUST include local government area of residence, full address and Bank Verification Number (BVN). Deadline for this advert is on or before 14th September, 2018.

Kaduna Opportunities: Apply for the Aspiring Entrepreneurs Digital Programme

Earlier today Governor Nasir Elrufai of Kaduna State met Mrs Akua K. Gyekye, Public Policy Manager for Facebook (Anglophone West Africa). The Facebook team were in Kaduna to compliment efforts of the state government in areas of digital skills and entrepreneurship trainings for both young men and women.

In partnership with Fate Foundation, 40 select entrepreneurs in Kaduna will undergo an in-depth four-week training programme by Facebook to truly master the art of digital marketing and acquire key business skills. You can apply here.

Learn Web Development from Scratch with JOWAEL Technologies

Time is never on our side – that’s why we have to invest our time in things that matter!

Learn web development from scratch and become a pro in no time with these specially designed packages that will suit your schedule perfectly.
1. FRONT END DEVELOPER

These courses include
i. HTML
ii. CSS
iii Bootstrap 4
iv.Java Script
v.JQUERY
vi.JQUERY Mobile
vii. Graphics design (Fireworks)
Cost: N 20000, Duration: 2 Months

2. FULL STALK DEVELOPER

This has two sections you can choose one
first section
i. PHP
ii. MY SQL
iii.Ajax
iv. Oracle
Cost: N 20000, Duration: 1 Month

second section
i. C sharp
ii. ASP.NET
iii. Microsoft SQL
Cost: N 20000, Duration: 1 Month

3. WEB MASTER
i. API
ii. JSON
iii. Anugular Js
iv Mongo db
v. Node.js
6. PWA
Cost: N30000 Duration: 2 Months

4. WORDPRESS
This course is free for those that will learn webmaster and it will cost N15000 for those who want to just learn wordpress

VENUE AND START UP DATE WILL BE COMMUNICATED TO YOU AS YOU REGISTER. BUT NOTE THAT IT WILL BE WITHIN KADUNA CITY.
CALL +2348034810302 FOR MORE DETAILS OR EMAIL : jowaeltech@gmail.com

Click here to register.

RECRUITMENT INTO THE FEDERAL ROAD SAFETY CORPS (FRSC) BEGINS

The Federal Road Safety Corp Nigeria has commenced recruitment as approved by the Federal Government of Nigeria by opening it’s portal to receive applications from suitably qualified candidates for employment into the various Cadres of the Corps.

Visit recruitment.frsc.gov.ng to apply.

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Kaduna Based Photographer Drops Stunning Pictures of Models In Ankara[See Photos]

One of the most sort after photographers in Kaduna, Michael Tobi Emmanuel, CEO M.T.E. Photography, last week released beautiful pictures from his most recent project work tagged Ankara & Photography.

The A-rated wedding and portrait photographer said he embarked on the project to promote Nigeria’s locally made attires.

I had a photoshoot session with a model and needed a yellow backdrop which at that time was not available. So I decided to use something more of a muslin backdrop with a touch of yellow and had to opt for Ankara fabric due to time constraint. It came out pretty well and at that point, I knew Ankara and photography would be something special so I decided to put it to work.

Talk about creativity!

Follow @M.T.E_Photography on instagram for more.

Job Opportunities: Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Company To Recruit 3000 New Employees

The Board of Directors of Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing Co Ltd, today approves the employment of over 3000 new employees for its new factory extension in Nnewi, Anambra State.

The first batch of new intake will see the employment of 1007 workers in April 2018.

Based on the above, the following positions are needed for immediate employment.

Welding Engineers- (SSCE, OND, HND, BSc)
Automotive Painters- (SSCE, OND, HND, BSc)
Plasterers- (SSCE, OND, HND, BSc)
Auto Electricians- (SSCE, OND, HND, BSc)
Mechanical Engineers- (SSCE, OND, HND, BSc)

Administration Officers-(HND, BSc)
Account Officers- (HND, BSc)
Public Relation Officers- (HND, BSc)
Marketing Executives (OND, HND, BSc)
Quality Control Officers- (HND, BSc)

Interested applicants should send their curriculum vitae to
recruit@innosonvehicles.com on or before Friday April 6th 2018.

Announcer,

Cornel Osigwe
Head Corporate Communications
Innoson Group.

Kaduna State Government Announces The Kashim Ibrahim Fellows Programme

Are you a graduate, aged between 25 and 35, with a public interest orientation and a capacity for critical thought? The Kaduna State Government invites you to apply for the Kashim Ibrahim Fellows Programme.

The one-year programme aims to create a network of high potential young Nigerians who are expected to rise to top leadership positions in the public sector and other spheres of activity over the next decade. The overall mission of the non-partisan programme, as envisioned by Governor Nasir el-Rufai, “is to raise the next generation of leaders who will most likely be absorbed into the Nigerian public sector having had a first-hand experience of its workings and challenges.”

The Kashim Ibrahim Fellows Program

Kashim Ibrahim Fellows Programme will work with senior administration officials on ever changing issues and challenges. Fellows will spend a year as full-time, paid assistants to senior Government House Staff, Cabinet members and other top-ranking government officials in State Departments and Agencies. In this role, fellows will support public service delivery, attend interagency meetings and participate in the design and implementation of state government policies.

Fellows will receive salary and benefits equivalent to that of a Special Assistant to the Governor from the Ministry, Department or Agency for which they work. Kashim Ibrahim Fellows cannot receive compensation from any other source during their year of government service. Additionally, accommodation will be provided throughout the course of the programme. During the programme, fellows will also participate in the mandatory education programme which includes seminars, speaker series and policy trips.

In return for the privilege of participating in the Fellowship year, Fellows are expected to apply what they have learned by contributing to Kaduna State and the nation as greater leaders in their respective communities, professions, and in public service. Fellows are expected to return to their former or new occupations more experienced in public policy decision-making and better prepared to contribute to state and national affairs, thereby fulfilling the mission of the programme.

To be eligible as a Kashim Ibrahim Fellow, applicants must demonstrate a public interest orientation, and must have graduated from a recognised university and completed the mandatory year of national service.

Interested persons should visit the Kashim Ibrahim Fellows Programme website to study the Programme Overview, and complete the online application form. All relevant details can be found in the KIF Programme tab.

The application deadline is 20th March 2018.

Top Tips for Answering Common Interview Questions

Interviews help employers to find out who you are, what you know and where your skills lie. They’ll see if you have the talent for the job and the personality to thrive in their company.

During an interview, an interviewer will use a question and answer technique to find out about you: they pose a question, you articulate your best possible answer and blow them away.

But what are the top face-to-face and phone interview questions – and how should you answer them?

How to answer the 13 most common interview questions

From the very vague to the strangely specific, interviewers will ask a variety of questions to test your communication skills, confidence and ability to think under pressure.

Here’s are some of the more typical interview questions, and how you should try to respond.

1. Can you tell me about yourself?

Interviewers love opening with this one. It breaks any tension and starts the conversation.

Keep focused and give the interviewer a positive overview of why you’re a great fit for their company. Be yourself, keep it relevant and don’t ramble.

Try to build a rapport with the interviewer – paint a picture of why you’d be a great person to have around.

2. Why have you applied for this position?

You’ll have a personal reason for this. But try to relate what you say to the qualities listed in the job spec – and what attracted you to the job in the first place.

Perhaps it was the mention of career progression? Whatever your reason, use your answer to show off your talents and flatter your potential employer.

The key to giving good interview answers is preparing what you’re going to say before the big day

3. What are your strengths and weaknesses?

Employers like self-awareness. Being able to tell your strengths from your weaknesses shows them you can see what you’re good at and what you need to improve.

Share a few examples of your strengths and how they’ve helped you. Then be honest about some weaknesses and explain how you’re working hard to improve.

Keep all examples relevant to the job you’re going for. And don’t say you have no weaknesses – it shows a lack of self-awareness.

4. What’s your biggest achievement?

Here’s another opportunity to speak with confidence and show pride. Just make sure the achievement you choose relates the job you’re applying for.

Give an example that helps the interviewer to see how your successes could become their successes. Go into detail to show why you think it’s an achievement worth sharing.

If you’re worried you lack a great achievement, talk about the skills that help you adapt to different challenges.

5. What makes you the right person for this role?

It’s time to highlight what makes you a better pick than any other candidate.

Share the qualities, skills and achievements that show why you’re suitable. These should paint you in a positive light, and give the interviewer a clear picture of how well you’ll do the job.

Like always, keep your examples relevant to the role.

6. Where do you see yourself in five years?

This is a cheeky one. The interviewer wants to hear how ambitious you are, what motivates you, and how dedicated to their company you’ll be.

So set yourself some goals before the interview. Then take the interviewer through them in detail. Show your commitment, and reassure the employer you’ll be around for years to come.

Ambition to work your way up the career ladder might impress. But any sign you’ll leave the job if you hit a hurdle might scare them off.

7. Why did you leave your previous role?

A new employer won’t want lightning to strike twice. They’ll ask why you left your last job to work out if the same could happen with them.

If you weren’t a good fit or opportunities didn’t satisfy you, be honest and say so. Your interviewer would rather hear that than feel you’re not a team player, or you’re difficult to manage.

Whatever your reason for moving on, share it with the most positive angle you can find.

8. Can you give me an example of a time you had to cope with a difficult situation? What was the outcome?

Interviewers like to find out how you cope with challenges. Especially those that might come up in the role they’re recruiting for.

Give an example of a time you faced a serious problem, responded positively and overcame it. Even better, relate your response to the role you’re interviewing for. Show you’re a cool, calm, creative problem-solver.

Your interviewer will want to know you can stay composed – even during stressful times. So keep your answer positive. No stories of losing control.

9. Why do you want to work here?

Make sure whatever you say shows the interviewer your desire to work for a reputable company like theirs.

Then – to make sure they remember you – bring in your own personality and share examples of the successes you could experience together. Try not to sound so enthusiastic that you come across as insincere.

Also, do some extra research before you meet. Search the recruitment pages of the employer’s website. Are there company perks you’d like to discuss?

10. What do you do in your spare time?

The interviewer wants to get to know your personality.

So be yourself and share your hobbies.

From what you say, the interviewer will see if you’re a good fit or might create a personality clash. It’s their responsibility to build a productive, happy team.

If they feel you’re not the right fit, try not to take it personally. Say thank you and find another opportunity.

11. Why should I consider you for this role?

This is a biggie. It could win you the job. Or, if you don’t sell yourself quite right, put your interviewer off.

Think what attracted you to the role and the company. Look back over the job criteria. Then make sure your answer paints you as the only person who could do this job – and do it brilliantly.

This might be one of your last chances to sell yourself. So give it everything to finish the interview full of pride and confidence.

12. Can you explain what our company does?

Of course you can. Because you’ve done your homework and taken the time to research the company in detail.

Explain what they do, who they work with, and why this appeals to you. To really show you know them, give some examples of what they’ve done recently. Have they been featured in the news or won an award?

There’s no excuse for getting this wrong. So put in the time to read their website, blog or printed material to show you’re serious about joining their team.

13. Would you like to ask any questions?

Take this opportunity to ask anything that’s on your mind. As long as it’s related to the interview, of course.

What team-building activities do you do? How will you encourage me to learn new skills? Prepare a few good interview questions before you meet. Then ask those you haven’t already covered.

Just try not to answer ‘no’. Asking even a couple of good questions can make you look eager and excited to get the job and become part of the team.

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