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How to transfer with GTB USSD Code *737#

GTB bank code makes it easy to perform any transaction via SMS or USSD right from the comfort of your home or anywhere. GTB is one of the oldest and most reliable banks in Nigeria at the moment. With GTB bank code various transactions can be done such as bills payment, airtime recharge, etc.

How to transfer with GTB Transfer Code

To use the GTB bank mobile banking, you need to register first from a registered number associated with your bank account. *737#

To initiate transfers to a GTBank account, simply dial *737*1*Amount*NUBAN Account No# e.g. *737*1*1000*1234567890# from the mobile number registered with the Bank. For transfers to beneficiaries in other Bank’s, customers should simply dial *737*2*Amount*NUBAN Account No# e.g. *737*2*1000*1234567890#. Customers will then require the last four digits of their GTBank Naira MasterCard to authenticate each transaction.

How to Buy Airtime with GTB Airtime Recharge Code

You can use GTB mobile recharge code to buy airtime for yourself or your friends and family directly from your account.

  • To load airtime to your own phone, simply dial (*737*AMOUNT#) – for example, to recharge N500 for yourself dial *737*500#
  • To load airtime for a friend or family, dial  *737*Phone Number*Amount# – for example, to recharge N500 for a friend dial *737*08134609654*500#

How to Check GTB account Balance on Your Phone

I suppose you’ve registered by now. To check GTB account balance on your phone, dial *737# and follow through with the options presented to you.

How to Make Transactions using UBA bank code

UBA bank code makes it easy to perform any transaction via SMS or USSD right from the comfort of your home or anywhere. UBA is one of the oldest and most reliable banks in Nigeria at the moment. With UBA bank code various transactions can be done such as bills payment, airtime recharge, etc.

UBA bank code

How to transfer with UBA Mobile Money Transfer Code

To use the UBA bank mobile banking, you need to register first from a registered number associated with your bank account.

  • Dial *919# from on your mobile phone. Follow the on-screen command, Get your PIN and start using UBA mobile USSD banking.

How to Buy Airtime with UBA Airtime Recharge Code

You can use UBA mobile recharge code to buy airtime for yourself or your friends and family directly from your account.

  • To load airtime to your own phone, simply dial *919*Amount# – for example, to recharge N500 for yourself dial *919*500#
  • To load airtime for a friend or family, dial  *919*Phone Number*Amount# – for example, to recharge N500 for a friend dial *919*08134609654*500#

How to Check UBA account Balance on Your Phone

I suppose you’ve registered by now. To check UBA account balance on your phone, dial *919*00# – your balance will be displayed on your screen.

Update on ASUU Strike: FG To give ASUU N23bn Next Week.

Update on ASUU Strike: FG To give ASUU N23bn  Next Week.

Update on ASUU Strike. Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, has disclosed that the Federal Government has made arrangement to release the sum of N23 billion to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

Update on ASUU Strike

He made this known while speaking on Tuesday before the Senate Committee on Tertiary Institutions and TETFUND, led by Senator Jibrin Barau.

According to him, plans are on ground to honor the agreement between the FG and ASUU.

He stated that the Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, had already approved a total N53bn for the union so far, adding that the balance of N23bn would be released on Monday when the striking lecturers would receive the cheque.

He, however, said, “We didn’t agree with ASUU on their request that TSA should be taken out. I told them that it is not possible because it is a new policy and government is not going to change it for anyone.

“Concerning their salary short fall, we said the reason springs from universities employing people without proper authority.

“For instance, a university can just decide to go and recruit 50 people without notifying IPPIS. So, what they are going to get is the money they got last month, which will not be sufficient for them. We have told them that institutions should, henceforth, stop doing that and they accepted.

The Minister finally said that he is optimistic that the strike will be called off within the next one-week maximum.

Update on ASUU strike

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Nigerian Bottling Company Graduate Recruitment 2017

Nigerian Bottling Company Graduate Management Trainee Program 2017

Nigerian Bottling Company Limited, member of the Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (CCHBC) – anchor bottler for Coca-Cola with the franchise to bottle Coca-Cola products in 28 countries. We bottle Coca-Cola products in Nigeria, offering iconic non-alcoholic beverages such as: Coca-Cola, Fanta , Sprite, Schweppes and Limca in the sparkling beverage category; and 5 Alive and Eva in the still beverage category.

In line with our mission of enriching the lives of our local communities, we train and equip youths with employable skills in vocational areas, who will subsequently contribute to Nigeria’s capacity development. Thus, applications are invited for the vacant position below:

Job Title: Management Trainee

Location: Nigeria

What’s In It For You

  • High-performance culture
  • Reward and Recognition
  • Dynamic working environment
  • Diversity and inclusion
  • Professional training and development
  • Empowerment & Accountability

What We Are Looking For

  • Intelligent, mentally agile and ambitious
  • Always going the extra mile
  • Brave in innovating and making change happen
  • Open to learning and new experiences
  • Passionate about achieving exceptional result
  • A valuable team member
  • Have an ethical approach to work

Requirements
What you must have:

  • Second Class Honors (Upper Division) in any of the following disciplines:
    • Engineering (Electrical/Electronics, Mechanical, Industrial Production);
    • Sciences (Biochemistry, Chemistry, Microbiology)
    • Social Sciences (Accounting, Business Administration, Economics)
    • Logistics and Supply Chain Management.
  • NYSC discharge certificate not earlier than 2016
  • Minimum of 5 credits (including Mathematics and English) in one sitting in the Senior Secondary Certificate Examination.

Application Closing Date
22nd August, 2017.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

Diamond Bank Building Entrepreneurs Today (BET) Programme 2017 at http://diamondbet.com.ng/apply/

Diamond Bank – The Building Entrepreneurs Today (BET) is a capacity building and business education initiative aimed at generating interest in entrepreneurship and designed to support budding entrepreneurs of all ages.

Since its inception in 2010, The BET programme in partnership with the Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) has trained thousands of entrepreneurs, contributing immensely to the pool of skilled Micro, Small and Medium enterprise owners in Nigeria and ultimately, encouraging wealth creation across the populace.

Applications are invited for:

Building Entrepreneurs Today (BET) Programme 2017

Summary

  • The Building Entrepreneurs Today programme involves a six-month intensive entrepreneurial/business training of 50 budding Entrepreneurs every season from select sectors of the economy. After going through a selection phase from a pool of numerous applications received. The top five Entrepreneurs at the end of each season are awarded financial grants of N3,000,000 each as seed capital to take their business to the next level.
  • Giving support to over 150 businesses and awarding grants to over 20 entrepreneurs, The BET has positioned itself as a forerunner in the MSME led initiative in Nigeria gaining both local and international recognition.
  • Now in its 7th Season, this edition of BET with the theme ‘Innovation and Social Impact’ has opened its doors to all entrepreneurs in all sectors. Calling all who have innovative ideas and are ready to make positive social impact to apply and get on the programme.

Application Closing Date
29th September, 2017.

Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to start the application

Step 1 (Let’s meet you)

  • Fill out your personal and business details correctly
    • Fill out a simple form registration with your First Name, Surname, Email Address and
    • Mobile Number, Business Name/Idea and a brief description of your business/idea.

Step 2 (Your business in 60 seconds)

  • Tell us about your business/idea in 60 seconds.
    • Create a 60-second video with clear audio about your business/idea using a video
    • camera or a phone. Click the upload button afterwards to upload your pitch video.

Step 3 (Await the invitation)

  • Complete your registration, submit and await the invitation
    • Be on the lookout for your application, you may just be one of the 300 applicants
    • who would make it to the interview.

For more information, please send an email to: corporatecomms@diamondbank.com

How To Verify if a Nigerian Bank Account Number is Correct

Verifying a Nuban account number doesn’t necessarily require but the stress of logging on to your Internet banking platform or asking the rude customer service officials at your bank.

NUBAN number is the new general ten digit account number mandated by the Central Bank of Nigeria.

To immediately confirm any Nigerian 10-digit NUBAN bank account,

Visit, http://196.6.103.15/numap/faces/PublicVerify.jsp

Fear not, it is the Nigerian Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS) weblink.

It will immediately verify the account number and tell you if such account is valid or not.

All you need to do is just select the particular bank from drop-down list and type in the account number you want to verify.

Once again the link is http://196.6.103.15/numap/faces/PublicVerify.jsp

The Nigerian Police Force Ranks and Symbols

Are you interested in knowing the Nigerian Police Force Ranks and Symbols? Then this post will provide you will all the information you need.

The Ranks In Nigeria Police Force are divided across three structures; Administrative, Authority and Organizational structure. The authority ranks in Nigeria police force (NPF), from top to bottom is the Inspector General of police down to the constable.

The Nigeria Police Force Ranks

 

The Inspector-General of Police

In accordance with section 215(2) of the 1999 Constitution, section 6 of the Police Act, 1990,  “the Force shall be commanded by the Inspector-General of Police”.

This simply means that orders, directives, and instructions to carry out the duties with which the Police is carried, flows from the Inspector-General of Police, through the chain of Command, to any Officer positioned to implement such order.

The office of the Inspector General of Police is the highest rank in the Nigeria Police force.

The Deputy Inspector-General of Police

According to section 7(1) of the Police Act, the Deputy Inspector General of Police is the second in Command of the Force and shall so act for him in the Inspector-General’s absence.

Section 5 of the Act makes room for as many DIGs as the Nigeria Police Council considers appropriate. Every other rank below the IG, takes an order of Command from him, in the performance of their lawful duties.

The Asst. Inspector-General of Police

The Office of the Assistant Inspector-General of Police is provided for by section 5 and 8 of the Police Act. He shall act for the Inspector-General of Police in the event of the absence of the Inspector-General of Police and Deputy Inspector-General of Police

The Commissioner of Police (In-charge of contingents in a state)

Section 5 of the Police Act, in accordance with the provisions of section 215 (2), of the Nigeria Constitution, provides for the Office and rank of a Commissioner of Police who shall be in Control of contingents of the Police Force stationed in a State. He is subject, however, to the command of the Inspector-General of Police or who-so-ever acts for him, in his absence.

Every other rank in the Force is legally provided for by section 5 of the Police Act. The Command structure of the Nigeria Police can be presented in order of hierarchy as in the chain here under.

The Deputy Commissioner of Police

The Asst. Commissioner of Police

The Chief Superintendent of Police

The Superintendent of Police

The Deputy Superintendent of Police

The Asst. Superintendent of Police

The Inspector of Police

Sergeant Major

Sergeant

Corporal

Constable

The Administrative Structure of The Nigerian Police Force

The Nigeria Police is administratively structured and divided into departments: ‘A’ – ‘G’ with each department charged with peculiar duties. Although their duties are interwoven, they are distinguishable.

‘A’ DEPARTMENT:- ADMINISTRATION

Direction, supervision, and coordination of the various department within the Nigerian Police Force

‘B’ DEPARTMENT:- OPERATION

Responsible for Planning and organizing internal security measures and monitoring the execution of such security measures in the country

‘C’ DEPARTMENT:- LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY

Responsible for the supply of needed tools the Nigerian Police force needs to operate.

These includes; uniforms, planning of building programmes, construction and maintenance of Police Buildings and quarters, determination of costs of all equipment, e.g. vehicles, planes, Helicopters; Wireless equipment, Bomb Disposal equipment, Force Animals, Arms & Ammunition and other riot equipment, Boats, Medical, Stationers, Spare parts, Printing equipment.

‘D’ DEPARTMENT:- INVESTIGATION AND INTELLIGENCE

This department is responsible for criminal Investigations; Interpol, Antiquities, Crime Prevention Policies, Narcotics, Forensic Matters, Crime Records, Prosecution and Criminal Intelligence.

‘E’ DEPARTMENT:- TRAINING AND COMMAND

Formulation and implementation of a training policy and plan for the Nigerian Police Force. Well researched training programs to keep pace with modern thought in the field of training, staff development and equipment.

‘F’ DEPARTMENT

The ‘F’ department is responsible for research, Planning, Inspectorate Division, Management Information, Organization and Method

‘G’ DEPARTMENT (ICT)

The ICT department has become an important department and rightly so, as ICT has become a very important tool in fighting crime.

It is tasked with the duties of developing and implenting ICT Policies and programmes for the Nigeria Police Force.

OFFICE OF THE FORCE SECRETARY

The office of the force secretary is tasked with the duties of Promotion and appointment of Superior Police Officers, Deployment of Superior Police Officers, keeping records of Superior Police Officers, Discipline of Superior Police Officers, Police Council meeting, Inter-Ministerial matter; and Promotion Boards.

The Organizational Structure of The Nigerian Police Force

The Nigeria Force is further structured in line with the geo-political structure of the Country, with provisions for supervisory formations. The structure formation enables Police operational of the internal Territory of Nigeria.

The organizational structure of the Police Force is represented as shown below:

Force Headquarters

Zonal Headquarters

State Commands Headquarters

Area Commands Headquarters

Divisional Police Headquarters

Police Station

Police Post

Village Police Post.

MMM Latest Update: See Rise In PH Barely 24hrs After MMM New Rules

During the recent upgrade by MMM on the platform, many members and outsiders felt that there will be little or no PH after the upgrade. But as always MMM is here again to prove many wrong as it records rise in PH orders almost immediately after the upgrade.
Below are screenshots of latest PH orders created by some members of the MMM platform shortly after the news on MMM website about the completion of the upgrade.

 


 

The PH can only increase now as more and more members will hit the PH button to GH 100% and get a 20% defrost of old Mavros. What are you still waiting for? Go and PH something now, anything to enjoy MMM like never before.

More info will be coming soon as MMM begins the Merging of these orders, you can subscribe to our newsletter and get the latest info as it drops.

Full list of Countries Offering Visa Lottery for Nigerians.

Full list of Countries Offering Visa Lottery for Nigerians.

List of Countries Offering Visa Lottery… The visa lottery was established by the Immigration Act of 1990 in an attempt to bring individuals to the U.S. from countries that had been sending few immigrants to the United States in the past.

List of Countries Offering Visa Lottery

Currently, approximately 50,000 foreign nationals per year are awarded visas based on pure luck to come and live permanently in the United States under the visa lottery program.

There are not many countries that offer Visa lottery but here are list of the few countries that do;

  • USA
  • Denmark
  • Australia
  • Switzerland
  • Canada
  • Holland
  • Sweden
  • United Kingdom
  • San Marino
  • United Arab
  • Netherlands
  • Ireland
  • Iceland

In order to apply for DV Entry Form (E-DV) one of the requirements is to be born in the country eligible for this lottery.

The list below shows the countries whose natives are eligible for DV-2019, grouped by geographic region. Dependent areas overseas are included within the region of the governing country. The countries whose natives are not eligible for the DV program were identified by natives are not eligible for the DV program which was identified by USCIS, according to the formula in Section 203(c) of the INA. The countries whose natives are not eligible for the DV program (because they are the principal source countries of Family-Sponsored and Employment- -countries) are noted after the respective regional lists.

What does the terms “native” mean?
Native ordinarily means someone born in a particular country, regardless of the individual’s current country of residence or nationality. Native can also mean someone who is entitled to be charged to a country other than the one in which he/she was born under the provisions of Section 202(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

AFRICA

Algeria, Angola, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Verde Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Cote D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast) Djibouti Egypt, Equatorial Guinea, Eritrea Ethiopia, Gabon Gambia, The Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Libya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mauritania, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa South Sudan Sudan Swaziland Tanzania Togo Tunisia Uganda Zambia Zimbabwe

Persons born in the areas administered prior to June 1967 by Israel, Jordan, Syria, and Egypt are chargeable, respectively, to Israel, Jordan, Syria, and Egypt. Persons born in the Gaza Strip are chargeable to Egypt; persons born in the West Bank are chargeable to Jordan; persons born in the Golan Heights are chargeable to Syria.
In Africa, natives of Nigeria are not eligible for this year’s Diversity Visa program.

ASIA

Afghanistan Bahrain Bhutan Brunei Burma Cambodia Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Indonesia, Iran Iraq Israel* Japan Jordan* Kuwait Laos Lebanon Malaysia UNCLASSIFIED – 17 – Maldives Mongolia Nepal North Korea Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia Singapore Sri Lanka Syria* Taiwan** Thailand Timor-Leste United Arab Emirates Yemen.

*Persons born in the areas administered prior to June 1967 by Israel, Jordan, Syria, and Egypt are chargeable, respectively, to Israel, Jordan, Syria, and Egypt. Persons born in the Gaza Strip are chargeable to Egypt; persons born in the West Bank are chargeable to Jordan; persons born in the Golan Heights are chargeable to Syria.

**Hong Kong S.A.R. (Asia region), Macau S.A.R. (Europe region, chargeable to Portugal), and Taiwan (Asia region) do qualify and are listed here. For the purposes of the diversity program only, persons born in Macau S.A.R. derive eligibility from Portugal, and must select Portugal as their country of eligibility.

Natives of the following Asia Region countries are not eligible for this year’s Diversity Visa program: Bangladesh, China (mainland-born), India, Pakistan, South Korea, Philippines, and Vietnam.

EUROPE

Albania Andorra Armenia Austria Azerbaijan Belarus Belgium Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark (including components and dependent areas overseas) Estonia Finland France (including components and dependent areas overseas) Georgia Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland Italy Kazakhstan Kosovo Kyrgyzstan Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macau Special Administrative Region** Macedonia Malta Moldova Monaco Montenegro Netherlands (including components and dependent areas overseas) Northern Ireland*** Norway (including components and dependent areas overseas) Poland Portugal (including components and dependent areas overseas) Romania Russia San Marino Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland Tajikistan Turkey Turkmenistan Ukraine Uzbekistan Vatican City Macau S.A.R. does qualify and is listed above and for the purposes of the diversity program only; persons born in Macau S.A.R. derive eligibility from Portugal, and must select Portugal as their country of eligibility.

Note: For purposes of the diversity program only, Northern Ireland is treated separately. Northern Ireland does qualify and is listed among the qualifying areas.

Natives of the following European countries are not eligible for this year’s DV program: Great Britain (United Kingdom). Great Britain (United Kingdom) includes the following dependent areas: Anguilla, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, British Indian Ocean Territory, Cayman Islands, Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Montserrat, Pitcairn, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, St. Helena, and Turks and Caicos Islands.

NORTH AMERICA

The Bahamas in North America, natives of Canada and Mexico are not eligible for this year’s DV program.

OCEANIA

Australia (including components and dependent areas overseas) Fiji Kiribati Marshall Islands Micronesia, Federated States of Nauru New Zealand (including components and dependent areas overseas)

Palau Papua New Guinea Samoa Solomon Islands Tonga Tuvalu Vanuatu

SOUTH AMERICA, CENTRAL AMERICA, AND THE CARIBBEAN

Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Barbados Belize Bolivia Chile Costa Rica Cuba Dominica Ecuador Grenada Guatemala Guyana
Honduras Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Saint Kitts and Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Suriname Trinidad and Tobago Uruguay Venezuela

Countries in this region whose natives are not eligible for this year’s DV program: Brazil, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Haiti, Jamaica, Mexico, and Peru.

For DV-2018, natives of the following countries are not eligible to apply, because more than 50,000 natives of these countries immigrated to the United States in the previous five years:

Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China (mainland-born), Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Haiti, India, Jamaica, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, South Korea, United Kingdom (except Northern Ireland) and its dependent territories, and Vietnam.

Persons born in Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, and Taiwan are eligible.

Changes in eligibility this year: Ecuador is eligible for DV-2018.

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How to Get American Visa to Travel – Getting Started Guide.

How to Get American Visa to Travel – Getting Started Guide.

How to Travel from Nigeria to America I know you probably can’t wait to travel to Yankee, but you have no choice, you need to fulfil the rungs before you can leave this country. As your one stop hot news website, I have the steps simplified on how to travel from Nigeria to America- (God’s own country) hassle free. You can use the airway or port when travelling to US depending. The airway is much more preferable because it’s fast; you could to America in no time, unlike the port.

How to Travel from Nigeria to America

How to Apply for an American VISA

1. The first thing you need to do is determine the type of visa you need. This contains all the information that you might need including the qualification and application items. Read thoroughly and choose what best applies to your situation. (E.g. if you are travelling for a one-week conference, the b1/b2 visa is most appropriate for your category)

2. After determining the correct visa type, you must pay the visa fee. The visa fee page lists the visa types and correlating visa fees in US dollars and your native currency. Make sure you read the Bank and payment options page as it explains how to make your visa payment. Ensure that you keep your receipt number as it would be needed to book your visa appointment.

3. This entails filling in your DS- 160 form; the DS-160 is a simple form for collecting your contact information and other travel/security details). Be sure to read the guidelines to complete this form carefully and honestly. You should also bear in mind that no changes can be made to the form once it is submitted, so you only get one shot. It is only after filling your DS-160 you become eligible for a physical appointment at the American embassy.

4. Schedule your appointment using your passport number, receipt number from GT bank as evidence of payment for your visa fee and 10-digit bar code number from the DS application page.

5. Book a hotel close to the US embassy where your interview is scheduled to hold

6. Visit the US embassy on the date and time of your interview. Be punctual and try to calm your nerves.  Also, be sure to take all necessary documents along for your appointment.  Answer any questions put to you as best as you can.

7. If your visa is approved, the American visa will be sent to the document drop-off location you selected when you scheduled your appointment.

8. Be sure to attend the interview at the stipulated range of time to avoid cancellation. Once cancelled, you may have to undergo some more stressful means to get an appointment date.

Here are the addresses of US embassies in Nigeria

Embassy of the United States of America, Plot 1075 Diplomatic drive, Central District area Abuja.

Telephone : (234)-9-461-4000

US Consulate General, 2 Walter Carrington Crescent Victoria Island Lagos.

Telephone : (234)-1-460-3400.

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