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Daily Archives: 4th May 2018

Europa League: Diego Costa’s strike dumps Arsenal out, Marseille qualify for final

Atletico Madrid have qualified for this year’s Europa League final after beating Arsenal 1-0 on Thursday night. The Los Rojiblancos drew 1-1 last week in England and were favourites going into the leg at the Wanda Metropolitano. Diego Costa’s 53rd minute strike where he held off the challenge of Hector Bellerin to coolly slot past goalkeeper David Ospina was the ... Read More »

Kano University shutdown over death of student, protest

The authorities of the Kano University of Science and Technology (KUST) Wudil, has ordered the closure of the tertiary institution for two weeks following students’ protest on Wednesday night over the death of their colleague.The deceased, a 300 level student, Faruk Abubakar was drowned in River Wudil on Wednesday.Prof Shehu Alhaji-Musa, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, disclosed this while briefing ... Read More »

Graduate Customer Service Officers at United Bank for Africa Plc (UBA)

United Bank for Africa (UBA) Lagos, Nigeria Apr 26, 2018Full time Customer ServiceJOB DESCRIPTIONUnited Bank for Africa Plc (UBA)  is seeking to employ suitable and qualified applicants to fill the position of  Graduate Customer Service Officers.The Position is based in Nigeria.Reference No: UBAAbuja/NorthCentralCSO/FTO2018Location: North Central, Nigeria: Municipal Area Council, Abuja (FCT), Nigeria; Makurdi, Benue, Nigeria; Lokoja, Kogi, Nigeria; Ilorin South, ... Read More »

Lagos sacks five LASTMA officials, demotes 14 others

The Lagos State Government has sacked five officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, LASTMA, for various forms of offenses ranging from extortion, harassment and violation of Lagos State Public Service Rules.General Manager, LASTMA, Olawale Musa disclosed this on Thursday, saying that the agency recommended five of the unruly officials for dismissal and demoted 14 others, adding that 15 ... Read More »