Employment In Nigeria
Some residents of Oto-Ilogbo slum in Ebute-metta area of Lagos have experienced their deep concerns over the issue of missing children.
Abdullah Sule is a 22-year-old physically challenged guy who is defying all odds to stay relevant and useful despite his state. The Adamawa state indigene shared the story of his life in an exclusive interview with Legit.ng.
With the discovery of hydrocarbon deposits in the Kolmani River II well in the Upper Gongola Basin section of Benue Trough can be a plus to the Nigerian economy, Mele Kyari, Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation boss, has said.
Some Twitter users recently shared a piece of information with members of the internet community, about a job opportunity that pays as much as N5000 for attending events and clapping.
The international bank in its report said that while Nigeria's economy is gradually recovering from the 2016 economic recession, a growth projection of 1.9 per cent to 2 per cent is expected between 2018 and 2019.
A Nigerian man recently shared the story of an employer who kept some jab seeking candidates waiting for several hours, simply because he wanted to test their patience. Several Nigerians berated the employer.