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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.
Luis Fonsi’s record breaking music video for ‘Despacito’ has been deleted from YouTube by a group of hackers.
Only days after making history by becoming the first video to reach 5 billion views, the video has disappeared from the site.
When a search for the video is undertaken, users are instead greeted by a video still that shows masked figures aiming their guns at the camera – indicating that YouTube may have been compromised by hackers.The hacker named Kuroi SH also hacked other Vevo channels on YouTube deleting most watched videos such as Shakira’s with 2.1B and had also taken over Drake’s God’s Plan video with 357M views changing the names.
YouTube is yet to comment on the hack.
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
email@example.com on or before Friday April 6th 2018.
Head Corporate Communications
Tech giant, Google, on Tuesday created a doodle of the late former Nigeria coach, Stephen Keshi, on its search engine page.
The gesture is to celebrate the football icon who would have been 56 today.
Google said the doodle was to recognise the legacy of the former coach Super Eagles captain who died on June 7, 2016, at 54.
A Google Doodle is a special, temporary alteration of the logo on Google‘s homepages that commemorate holidays, events, achievements, and people.
Mr. Keshi born on 23 January 1962 was a world-acclaimed soccer icon who first played football before going into coaching and made a success of both.
During his playing career, Keshi earned 60 caps for the Nigerian national football team, making him the nation’s second-most capped player at the time of his retirement.
He represented the country at the 1994 FIFA World Cup and the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations, captaining the Super Eagles to victory in the latter.
He also played club football in five countries, most notably Belgium, where he won the Belgian league championship with R.S.C. Anderlecht in 1991.
As a manager, Keshi achieved success by qualifying Togo for the only FIFA World Cup appearance in its history in 2006.
However, he left the position prior to the tournament and was replaced by Otto Pfister.
He later coached his native Nigeria, where he became one of only two people, along with Egypt’s Mahmoud El-Gohary, to have won the Africa Cup of Nations as both a player and a coach.