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NEED A PROFESSIONALLY WRITTEN CV TO GET YOU YOUR DREAM JOB OR LOOKING TO RECRUIT/HIRE?

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It is one thing to have your CV (Curriculum Vitae) written yet another thing to be called for an interview after which you land that desired job. Competition for jobs is fierce as we have more unemployed youths everyday. Of recent, a set of Youth Corpers passed out of the Nigerian Youth Service Corp (NYSC) adding to the already many unemployed youths in the country. To make things worse is the emergence of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) which crumbled so many businesses and economies all over the world making it difficult for people to have gainful employment. Due to the virus, so many also lost their jobs increasing the rate of unemployment all over the country and the world at large.  This has led to a reduction in youth employment and a decline in availability of job vacancies leading to a very fierce competition for a job search. In order to stand out from the hundreds of potential applicants, you would need a very powerful CV professionally written by sound professionals.  So man

BANIGO COMMENDS ELECTORATES FOR PEACEFUL POLLS IN DELGA

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Rivers State Deputy Governor Dr. (Mrs) Ipalibo Harry Banigo has commended the electorates in Degema Local Government Area for their large turn out and peaceful conduct in the ongoing Presidential and National Assembly Elections. Rivers State Deputy Governor, Dr. (Mrs.) Ipalibo Harry Banigo casting her vote during the 2019 Presidential and National Assembly Election at Ward 14, Unit 10 in Obuama, Degema LGA on 23 rd  feb. 2019 Dr. Banigo made this commendation shortly after casting her vote at Ward 14 Unit 10 in Obuama (Harry’s Town) on Saturday 23rd February, 2019.   According to Dr. Banigo it is gratifying to note that despite the postponement of the elections last week the people were still enthusiastic in the exercise of their civic responsibility, noting that it shows the determination of the people to vote in good governance. She also commended the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for the smooth conduct of the polls in the area and expre

THESE THINGS SINK YOU IN LIFE

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In life, we all have our sinking points but what we do at such points will determine whether we actually sink or not. The circumstances we find ourselves sometimes are enough to make us sink in life. There are times it feels like nothing is working in our lives and we see our lives at a standstill; no forward or backward movement. I have experienced such moments in my life and still do sometimes. I have had a long period of time in my life where it seemed like I wasn't moving ahead in life; no moving forward in life. There were days I felt stagnated in life and did not see a way out and I'm sure so many of us have experienced such moments and possibly still do or are in such moments presently. Such things that try to sink us in life include;  The fear of loosing loved ones. the fear of having a failed relationship depression. anxiety lack of faith discouragements the loss or lack of a job insecurity of our present jobs lack of confidence in our selves and

THE ROLE OF NIGERIAN YOUTHS IN THE FORTHCOMING GENERAL ELECTIONS

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With the forthcoming 2019 general elections scheduled to take place on the 16th and 2nd of March, there is the much needed urge to talk about The Role of the Youths in the forthcoming general  elections. The awareness amongst the youths on this forthcoming elections have never been this witnessed in my life. Seems youths are eager and ever ready to be part of the forthcoming  general elections to either make things right or to make it a do or die affair. The United Nations defined a youth as one between the ages of 15-35 years of age but to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), a youth is anyone from the age of 18 and above and are therefore eligible to vote. In essence, anyone from age 18 and above is suppose to be part of the electoral process to either vote or be part of INEC officials in conducting a free and fair election in the country. The youths in Nigeria, hold a significant proportion in the nation's population and they play a vital role in

WHILE YOU WAIT, WHAT SHOULD YOU DO?

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Waiting is one of the most difficult things to do especially when you need an urgent attention from someone, need to get something done or want something urgently. No one likes waiting and no one wants to wait. Waiting can be so frustrating sometimes especially in this time of instant gratification when it seems the reason for your waiting will never come to pass and the waiting seems unending. At every stage of our lives, there is a waiting period for one thing or the other and most times we wait for things that are out of our control (if they were within our reach, then no one would wait for anything) but there is always a beautiful side at the end of our waiting . Waiting increases our patience, builds our character, hope and faith hence patience as a virtue that we all should practice. "And patience produces character and character produces hope and this hope will not disappoint us because God has poured out His love to fill our hearts. He gave us His love through the Holy sp

BANIGO EXPRESSES GRATITUDE TO NMA FOR SUPPORTING GOVERNOR WIKE

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Rivers State Deputy Governor Dr.(Mrs) Ipalibo Harry Banigo has expressed gratitude  to the  Nigerian Medical Association(NMA) for supporting the Nyesom Ezenwo Wike led Administration. The Deputy Governor expressed this while playing host to the top echelon of the NMA at the Government House in Port Harcourt.  According to Dr. Banigo the NMA has been a dependable partner in the Governor Wike led Government’s quest to reduce the disease burden of the Rivers People, noting that circumstances and the will of God had placed them in a position to serve the totality of our people. While stressing that health is paramount in the socio economic and political development of the Society, Dr. Banigo described Governor Wike as a health friendly Governor, who would continue to put the wellbeing of the Rivers People on the front burner of governance in the State and called on the NMA to support Governor Wike’s second term bid.  The National President of the Nigerian Medical Ass