Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Funny Video: Husband catches wife cheating

So funny Husband catches wife cheating Lol This woman’s sexual urge is beyond the roof… Another one from ibrandnaijatv concepts



See Top 6 Nigerian Banks and how much they Pay Their Staff Monthly

The banking sector in Nigeria is one of highest paying sector as far as salaries are concerned. What banks pay their workers however differs from bank to bank. This is partly due to the fact that there are no particular regulations that stipulate what private organisations should pay their workers. Also, the financial strength, customer base and performance of the bank are other factors responsible for how much a bank pays.

Here is what some banks pay their staff in Nigeria.


1 of Top 6 Nigerian Banks and how much they Pay Their Staff Monthly

1. Zenith Bank

Zenith bank which is regarded as one of the most stable and reliable banks in Nigeria as of today pays its entry level staff about N110,000 (One hundred and ten thousand) monthly, which comes to about N1,320,000 (One million, three hundred and twenty thousand Naira) per annum. This is reasonably good enough for young graduates who know what they are doing. Suffice to say that this payment subsists only for the probation period of about a year, after which the salary increases.


2 of Top 6 Nigerian Banks and how much they Pay Their Staff Monthly

2. First Bank
As the name implies, First Bank is seen by many as the strongest bank in Nigeria and the bank has many achievements to prove this point. First Bank’s pay for its entry level staff goes between N90,000 to N110,000 monthly depending on department or unit. And this increases with confirmation and as you grow in rank within the system. Though FBN is the oldest bank in Nigeria, many people still prefer to work there because they believe that the chances of job security here are higher than some new generation banks.


3 of Top 6 Nigerian Banks and how much they Pay Their Staff Monthly

3. GTBank
GTB stands as the bank of the masses, yet maintaining a very positive and professional outlook. GTB pays her staff at entry level the sum of N209,000 per month after confirmation, which makes it one of the highest paying banks in Nigeria.


4 of Top 6 Nigerian Banks and how much they Pay Their Staff Monthly

4. Skye Bank
Skye Bank is also one of the oldest banking institutions in Nigeria, considering their antecedents. Skye Bank uses age 24 as the benchmark for entry level employees and pays N2.7 million per annum after confirmation.


5 of Top 6 Nigerian Banks and how much they Pay Their Staff Monthly

5. Fidelity Bank
Fidelity is one of the new generation banks, but has done quite well within a short period of its existence. The bank started as a Mortgage bank in 1988 and converted to a commercial bank in 1990. On the salary scale, it is doing pretty well too for its staff. Fidelity pays about N140,000 monthly at entry level, an amount many young graduates will agree is good enough to start planning life with in Nigeria.


6 of Top 6 Nigerian Banks and how much they Pay Their Staff Monthly

6. Central Bank of Nigeria
It is also good to know what the apex bank pay its staff. CBN does one month training for its new intakes and pays N122,000 per month afterwards. This is aside the many mouth-watering allowances. Many industry watchers say CBN is the master when it comes to allowances. So what is lacking in actual salary is made up for in allowances.

Do you work in a bank or have relations working there? You can add a comment to give us an idea how much the bank pays. 


Shocking!! 'Killer Road spotted on Nnekede in Owerri (photos)

This is the Nnekede street in Owerri, Imo state at the beginning of today, The street will soon split into two sections. Government attention is required as quickly as possible. More photographs bellow.


Disarray In Ile Ife As Palace Chiefs Debunk Ooni Of Ife Death Report

The Ife royal authority on Wednesday asked the world to disregard reports from the passing of the Ooni of Ife, Okunade Sijuwade, saying it remains the main trustworthy authority to declare the downfall of the lord.  The royal residence likewise denied Oba Sijuwade had gone on.  News of the 1st class Traditional eader in the South-West of Nigeria broke late Tuesday evening and has been generally distributed over all media network.

Yet, tending to columnists at the royal residence of the Ooni in Ife, the Traditonal high chief of the land, Joseph Ijaodola, Debunk claims Oba Sijuwade passed on in a London doctor’s facility Tuesday.  The Lowa Adimula of Ife, joined by the secretary, Royal Traditional Council, Adetoye Odewole, who spoke on behalf of other high chief, denied the news being circled crosswise over network of the media.

The Traditional chiefs said if the Ooni had passed, the royal residence would be the first to know, and would be the main power to report the advancement. They depicted reports of the ruler’s passing as minor gossip, the sort they said had been spread in regards to the traditional ruler in the past. They reviewed that the Ooni was supposed to have kicked the bucket in 1982 and in the year 2004, and approached inhabitants of Ile-Ife to discard the rumour and continue with their businesses.


It’s Not the Muslims Stup*d!

by GH Eliason 
@TomiLahren’s rant heard round’ the world was the first I’ve ever heard of her. I listened to it a couple of times and a few of her other shows to understand her perspective and motivation. The way she repeatedly ties radical terrorism to Islam and then backs off half a step before letting loose another salvo against Muslims and president Obama is almost artistic.
I live in Donbas and there are currently over 200 ISIL terrorists operating here. Should the US bomb them and everyone that supports them Tomi?

Its Not the Muslims Stupid

The new Russian Naval Doctrine – one very important sentence

Russia has recently published her new official Naval Doctrine.  The full document can be downloaded from the Presidency’s website here (in Russian).

To be honest, there is nothing earth shattering in this document.  The document explains the purpose of this doctrine, the missions of the Russian Navy and includes a region by region review of the challenges and opportunities for Russia on the world’s oceans, including the Arctic and Antarctic regions. But there is one sentence which, I think, deserves a lot of attention.  On page 20, in the section 54 it says:

5.5 Ways to Choose a Groovy Nightclub

Talk to friends

If you have got friends who love spending nights out in town, they can give you first-hand information which you will use to determine which nightclub to pick. Friends who have visited these clubs before can authoritatively tell you about the bar, music and other things you feel are important. However, no matter what anyone says, don’t go alone. Go with a friend and one other person that doesn’t take alcoholic drinks. He or she will be the ‘wing-man’ who drives you and your friends home if you get tipsy.

Photos: Ile-Ife in sombre mood following the death of Ooni of Ife, markets close down

Markets in Ile Ife have been closed down while the entire community is in a sombre mood following the death of the paramount ruler of Ile Ife, His Royal Majesty Oba Okunade Sijuwade who passed away in London yesterday July 28th. Motorcycle riders are pictured outside the Oba's palace.
More photos after the break.

1st Interesting Tip for a Ladies day’s out!

Similar interests.

For a fun day with your girls, invite friends that you have similar likes and tastes with; especially the ones who are true to you and will have no qualms packing a bag and hopping on the next vehicle out of town just to make you happy.

Tagging along people you have a frosty or malicious relationship with can spoil the mood and nobody wants to live with that memory. If you have got childhood friends who you would like to reconnect with, now is also a good time to meet and bond with them.


Gbajabiamila emerges House Majority Leader

The House of Representatives has named Femi Gbajabiamila the majority leader, in a move likely to help calm a house frayed for weeks by leadership tussle.

Railways: Jonathan Lacked Vision –Obasanjo

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday slammed ex-President Goodluck Jonathan for lacking vision in the rehabilitation of the railways.

He based his criticism on the fact that the railway lines were obsolete as they were constructed in 1903 and could not match the modern global trends.