Big Boy Ray’ Reacts To Call For His Arrest By EFCC

Ray Hush Puppi just can not catch a break.

The Malaysian based social media star has reacted to Deji Adeyanju’s call for his arrest.

He took to social media to share a photo of his wallet and some money captioning it:

Rich…!!! Comman beat me !


TY Dolla Sign And Wizkid In The Studio (Photos)

American Musician, TY Dolla Sign shared pictures from a productive studio session with Nigerian Musician, Wizkid.

TY Dolla Sign shared this news on Twitter, as the pair work on new music.

Wizkid and TY Dolla Sign had previously collaborated on tracks on his “Sounds from the other side” album.



Conte keen to sign Mahrez

Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte has reportedly spoken with Leicester’s Riyad Mahrez about a possible move to Stamford Bridge.

Renowned Italian journalist, Emanuele Giulianelli made the disclosure on Tuesday.

He said that Chelsea have offered £46million for Mahrez and could seal the deal before Thursday’s deadline.

The Blues signed N’Golo Kante from the Foxes last season.

They are close to wrapping up a deal for fellow midfielder, Danny Drinkwater.

Leicester City manager, Craig Shakespeare, recently reaffirmed Mahrez wants to play for a top-six side.

He quickly added that Leicester had not received any bids from England’s biggest clubs.

“He wants to play for a top-six club. If we don’t get an offer, he stays,”, Shakespeare said.


Davido: “I Am About To Make Most Disrespectful Song For All My Haters”-See Video

Someone might have annoyed the “If” crooner “davido”, as the omo baba olowo claim that he is about to make the most disrespectful song as he hit the studio.

“I’m about to make the most disrespectful song, and don’t be surprised if you hear your name in it” he says

This might be because NBC banned his song or because 9ice said he begged him before he allowed davido to featured him in “living things” remix. Let’s wait for the song davido is cooking for us.

Watch Video Below:


Big Boy Ray’ Tackle All Nigerian Youths, Read What He Shared Online

Hushpuppi usually brags about his lifestyle on social media but this time, he came out to tackle youths.

The popular internet big boy Recently slammed youths who insult their elders.

He said the elders who are on the receiving end of the insults are fighting for the future of Nigeria and instead of them to be commended, uncouth youths keep lambasting them.

He made this known via his Snapchat account.

See his posts below:-


The Bank Of Industry’s (BOI) N10 Billion Youth Entrepreneurship Support (YES)

The Bank of Industry’s (BOI) N10 Billion Youth Entrepreneurship Support (YES) Programme (2nd Round) 2016 – Apply

Bank of Industry (BOI) – The Youth Entrepreneurship Support (YES) programme is an ambitious programme by the Bank of Industry (BOI) aimed at addressing youth unemployment in Nigeria which is currently over 50%. According to a 2013 survey by the Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research (NISER), most of the capacity building programmes aimed at addressing youth unemployment, have concentrated more on training without any tie-in to the provision of small business loans, which is a critical success factor to the establishment of small businesses. In addition, they hardly take care of the entire training value chain in terms of Entrepreneurship, Business Management and Technical Skills.
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Bank of Industry’s N10 Billion Youth Entrepreneurship Support (YES) Programme

Components of the YES Programme

The YES-Programme comprises the following:

Eight weeks extensive online Entrepreneurship and Business Management training which has the ability to test participants’ understanding and track their progress.
Five (5) days in-class Entrepreneurship and Business Management training (5 modules).
Technical skills training in partnership with the various technical training and vocational institutes in the country.
Financing the businesses by BOI under its SME Cluster initiative in consonance with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa’s Commodity-based Industrialisation Strategy.
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All applicants who are successful will be trained in the following areas:

Business Management
Technical Skills
Objectives of the Programme

The YES-Programme has the following broad objectives:



Peter Okoye Shares Pictures From His Dubai Vacation(Photos)

Nigerian Musician, Peter Okoye took time off his busy schedule to travel to the United Arab Emirates for a short vacation.

Peter shares pictures from his relieving Vacation.


Davido Shows Off Wads Of Dollars From His 30 Billion

Davido, who has been having so much fun off his ’30 Billion World Tour’, has decided to show us some wads of dollars from the ’30 billion’ in his account.

Nigerian Musician, Davido has been known as one celebrity who likes to show off.

The billionaire’s son who recently claimed he had 30 billion in his account on one of his hit songs “If”, decided to show us part of it.


Apply For The 2018 Stanbic IBTC Fresh Graduate Trainee Program

Stanbic IBTC Holdings is a member of Standard Bank Group which is Africa’s largest banking group ranked by assets and earnings and has been in business for more than 150 years. It is a global Bank with African roots and has extensive operations in 19 African countries including South Africa and 12 countries outside Africa including key financial centers like Europe, United States and Asia making us one of the biggest banking networks in the continent. It operates in Nigeria as Stanbic IBTC Bank; a subsidiary of Stanbic IBTC Holdings.
We are recruiting to fill the position below:
Job Title: Graduate Trainee Program 2018
Job ID: 26028
Location: Lagos Island, Lagos
Job Sector: Banking

Job Details
The joint CEO’s are responsible for leading the development and execution of the bank’s strategy, overseeing planning and management, upholding high standards of governance and corporate citizenship, accounting to all our stakeholders, and ensuring that we deliver value to our shareholders, customers and staff.
Job Purpose
The Graduate Trainee Program of Stanbic IBTC Group has been designed to build capacity and create a sustainable pipeline in our group by developing young, talented, trained professionals for our future.
It is an intensive program and unique opportunity for young people who are resourceful and passionate about building a fast tracked career and to help us drive our success into the future.
About the Graduate Trainee Program
The Stanbic IBTC Graduate Trainee Program is a 6-7 week classroom and 12 months on-the-job training program designed to nurture the next line of business leaders for the Stanbic IBTC group.
Trainees will be required to successfully complete all modules of classroom training and obtain a minimum score of 60% on each course and an overall score of 70%(this is subject to upward review) to be deemed successful and suitable to move into the next phase of the program.
The training school assessment will be based purely on merit and will include both technical and behavioral skills.
Upon successful completion of the 6-7 week classroom training program, graduating trainees will complete self-development experiential learning.
Whilst working with Stanbic IBTC, you will have an opportunity to learn and benefit from our local and international insight, experience and pioneering spirit.
We promote a high performance culture and a conducive work environment where passionate, engaged and accountable employees thrive in careers with endless possibilities.
Each trainee will be assigned a mentor for 6 months to guide and coach him/her throughout the program.
Successful trainees can be posted to work in any business unit or any location in any part of the country.
Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities
Graduates Trainees will be required to work in varied work roles/ locations and context with increasing levels of complexity.
Applicants must be passionate about building a career in Stanbic IBTC.
Trainees would be based in Lagos but Graduates may be deployed to any department and locations across the country.
Preferred Qualification and Experience
Minimum of a 2.1 degree in any course from an accredited University.
Minimum of 5 credits (Mathematics and English inclusive) in GCE, NECO or its equivalent in one sitting.
Applicants should not be more than 26 years of age as at August 1, 2017 .
Applicants must have concluded NYSC, and must have discharge certificate in hand.
Knowledge/Technical Skills/Expertise:
Conceptual, Innovative and Analytical
Customer-service oriented
Computer literacy is a must.
Intermediate to expert competence in the use of MS Office Suite

Application Closing Date
20th September 2017.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should:



Apply For The Chatham House Africa Internship Recruitment Programme

Chatham House Africa Internship Programme 2017 – The Africa Programme at Chatham House is looking for an individual with demonstrable interest in African affairs who would like to gain valuable work experience in a policy institute.
This internship is an opportunity to gain insight into one of the world’s leading independent centres for practical policy research and debate on the politics and international relations of sub-Saharan African states. The successful applicant will be an integral part of the Chatham House Africa Programme team and gain valuable experience from supporting its current projects and activities.
Applicants should have:
A bachelor’s degree or higher in international relations, development studies, politics, or related field;
Ability to work as part of a team as well as independently;
Strong administrative and organizational skills;
Strong interpersonal skills
Demonstrable interest in African affairs;
Strong writing skills and excellent attention to detail;
Other information

Although flexible, we are ideally looking for someone who is able to commit 3 -4 days a week.
Please note that this is an unpaid internship. However, travel expenses to and from work within London (zones 1-6) will be reimbursed for the days worked. Lunch will also be provided in the staff canteen.
Application Method
To apply please send a CV, covering letter, a writing sample and the names of two referees to:
Eugénie McLachlan
Programme Administrator, Africa Programme
Start date: 11 September 2017
End Date: 15 December 2017
Closing date for applications: 27 August 2017
Interview Period: 6-8 September 2017
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