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  1. Edward says:

    Hi, I need a job that has to do with communication, Lecturing and International NGO on development. I’m writing my Master’s thesis.





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  5. nigeriang says:

    Please use the search box on the site

  6. Dinesh kumar says:

    Where can i get a tender for document management system or archiving solution?

  7. We are a facility Management Company based in Nigeria and the UK
    We are looking for facility management contracts for housing estates, schools FM, hospitals, factories and so on
    Pls visit our website on
    Mob. 08062236639

  8. ESE-TECH NIG.LTD says:

    we are Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Contractors. we would like to be receiving Tenders on Installation, Maintenance of Transformers; Panels; Switch Gears; filtration of OCB’s, transformers, Capacitor Banks ie Power Analysis/Measurement, electrical works like wiring etc

    we will appreciate it so much.


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  9. Dasat Networks Systems is a nationwide installer of IT infrastructure for blue chips clients. Services include network cabling installation (structured cabling), IT infrastructure design, equipment installation, point of sales (POS), physical security (CCTV), voice and data networks, wireless WLAN.

  10. EGU CHUBBY says:

    Would like to recieve informations,invitations for tender on Rehabilitation/Rejuvenation of non functional concrete reservoirs in Nigeria

  11. Dear sir wt much respect dt u deserve 4rm us. Actually i wnted 2 b a mechanical engineer.

  12. falowo lana says:

    I’m an artisan welder if there is any welding job u want to do u can notify me on my mail or contact me with my number.08138500257,or07089285540.thanks.

  13. David Akpabio says:

    Where can I get tender for security jobs?

  14. Please i need to know where the Primary Health Care Centre PHC is situated in Ebeyi Nvosi Isi-Ala Ngwa South Local Goverment Area of Abia State.

    Thank you.

  15. Tugce Uraler says:

    Where I can find the tenders of telecommunication???

  16. Johnmark193 says:

    Lsiten my fellow Nigerians is better we tell out self truth here, the Abia state Governor must know something about those children where about, if he dont know about it then what is he waiting to take action about security in Abia state? T.O ORJI knows something about the children kidnaps in Aba and if he did not do something about that God will punsih him and his Enternal family Amen

  17. Dear Sir,

    We at Ion Exchange ( India) Ltd Manufacture of water treatment plant – chemicals for Boilers – Cooling Towers – Close System – ETP – Sugar Ind and Waste water treatment plant – FMR – STP – MBR ect.We have our presence at Nigeria. Would like to know how we can receive the Tender from Petrochemical Industries at Nigeira.

  18. Yahaya Ademu says:

    Am a qualified furniture and upholstery maker. It will be highly interested and appreciated if you could offer me any jobs relating to my profession. thanks.

  19. Richard Daniel says:

    hello, can some one please tell me how do i get my pub id cause i have registered with Google for my ad sense account but yet to receive my pub id as each time i attempt lo-gin in i’m told that my account is still under review. This is taking too long as this account was opened last week & am yet to submit my pub id

  20. Anonymous says:

    i like this site and your different write-ups… but seems their is no place for religion or africans are no longer religious?

  21. Sprkldavid says:

    Do What’s right. I love my job so much i cannot think of resigning, say YES! I know i have more nays than yes, Trust me, i think it’s high time we started doing what we like, what we feel gives us some meaure of happiness. Not just some crappy job that seems cool from the outside but on the inside you have no idea what you are doing there. Really, i look forward to a ,season of satisfaction where i enjoy what i am doing. Must it always be about money! Enjoy your life , have fun on the job. You cannot be productive if you don’t love your job. So, what makes you smile?

  22. oyemi says:

    oil serving tenders required

  23. Anonymous says:

    you should register but its optional

  24. Proface135 says:

    Hi, how come there is no category on governance?
    This is where the majority of my posts fall, which is why i have put them in the “General” category as they don’t fall into any of the others. I think there should be an option for including new categories. What should i do?

  25. Ebubechi20002000 says:

    I wanted to share my articles but they are asking me to register I am not a registered member of facebook and I dont intend to be so what will I do

  26. UMUNADI EFE says:

    As I asked in my last article ,is the NYSC program me at all needed presently and continuously, for the same reason that it was back then in 1973 when the scheme was initiated?
    A simpler way of rephrasing this is-how much ‘unity’ and ‘spirit of oneness’ have corp. members effectively brought to our nation over the years? The answer to this is glaring to anyone who has eyes to see- ‘the population of graduates recruited into the NYSC’S program me nowadays ,is so much compared to what it was in the 70’s. This is a tantamount way of saying: if the scheme of NYSC is one that is feasible, we would have had a nation in unity and oneness already in progress or may be achieved.
    But a quick look around shows us the opposite, it simply goes to say there is little or nothing a copper can do in relation to achieving this task. It is true that the stressful scheme of NYSC comes with attractive objectives and aims (space will not permit a review) mostly to the personal benefit of the copper, never to be denied, yet so many say the benefits under weigh the risks.
    A review of such risks are, road accidents, robbery attacks, being victims of religious, tribal, and ethnic wars, victims of epidemics, tribalism, female abuse ,kidnapping e.t.c.
    In these past years the governing body of NYSC keeps asking if there’s need to review NYSC’s scheme. They keep requesting for the opinions of coppers regarding this and end up asking the question all over again the next year, when coppers are expecting the reply to the former requests they made.
    There is never an end to the question: Is NYSC needed or not? I know the answer for most coppers is a ready no.
    Wait a second, despite all the circumstances NYSC’s scheme presents I say let the exercise continue. There are reasons why it should, read my next article you’ll agree with me.

  27. Ellaschanged says:

    A record taken from the forms filled in by several platoon representatives in Bornu State’s orientation camp last month, showed that eight out of every ten graduates had no prior understanding why it was necessary for them to respond to a call to serve their nation for one year; an exercise popularly called national youth service corps (NYSC) . I Know someone is warming up to say to me –well, isn’t that why we have the orientation camp and the activities that come with it? well that could be true , but I must say that so many of my friends from last month’s orientation exercise had hardly passed out through the gate when they sighed in endless complaints about how they have no idea what they should be doing in Maiduguri for the next eleven months.
    The primary reason for this exercise, as coppers have been made to understand, is given in the NYSC’s scheme:- To promote National unity and engender a spirit of oneness ,which was a gesture following the end of Nigeria’s civil war. Well for those who don’t know, this is the reason graduates must become parliamillitary for one year in a civilian system such as we presently have. With such a scheme, while we are waiting for coppers to warm up to the dream of being the instruments for promoting religious, ethnic, and tribal peace , they are actually the victims to promote all such wars. Ouch.. hope this does not reveal a flaw to the NYSC exercise.
    The big question is: what is the “State” of the NYSC’s scheme initiated sometime in the 70’s in comparison to all that it is presently and is it still an expedient exercise?
    I guess we’ll all just find out in my next article. Thanks for reading.

  28. arubasa_k@yahoo.com says:

    I’ve subscribed for Telecommunications Tenders, but will wish to subscribe for Oil and Gas Tenders, how do I go about it?


  29. Sprkldavid says:

    By concentrating on what’s good, we’re likely to be encouraged and motivated, and we’ll automatically start looking for ways to get more of the same. It’s easier concentrating on the awful things of our lives because the awful experience is present.
    The morning dew brings fresh breadth and soothing relief to mid night warmth. So, acknowledge
    the very few happy things and let it activate your thinking patterns towards positivity.
    Be spurred for good thinking , it generates possibilities.
    You think that all you have is a miracle how about thinking that you truly deserve those good things. You have worked for it. You deserve the best and that’s all you get.
    Ask yourself, Can you achieve greatness, Yes, You Can. Just believe

  30. Sprkldavid says:

    Recent surveys indicate that youths are often in a gridlock as per Next directions. Life after college or University seems to be an eternity away. Trust me, it’s closer than you think.
    Take a minute to plan strategies of survival. Must we all do the white collar jobs? There are a million ideas just popping up. I hear you say you don’t understand , there is no money? Nobody to finance me? Peeps, you can give yourself all the excuses in the universe and not move an inch. Use the challenges as fuel for success. Plan, prepare, perform…..
    A simple task of cooking can yield so much interest you can’t begin to imagine.
    What do you like doing? Sounds like something you’ve heard before?
    Trust me, it never fails.
    I love to cook. Gosh, that is the only thing that excites me. I cook as leisure to make money. I think recipes try it out and OMG, it sells.
    Look, not all the recipes come out fantastic but i know another way of not cooking it that way.
    Try out different ingredient make the best use of what you have.
    All i am saying is improve yourself.
    Work out those little life puzzles and turn it into a huge jackpot.

  31. Sprkldavid says:

    Without knowledge there can be no imagination. What is that desire that you have? What the dream that is so fueled by your passion is almost real, only that it’s still a dream.
    Self Improvement:
    Ask yourself honestly, how much do you know about your passion dream?
    You can have that dream but are you knowledgeable enough on the terrain?
    An everyday person, regular by all standards, how do you affect your society. Tall dreams you’ll say but every bit counts.
    Be the best you can because that’s all you owe yourself.
    Think wide, no one can hinder that. Read and develop yourself, it spurs up your imagination.
    Motivated by passion fueled by desire, inspired by knowledge. That’s my mantra, what’s yours?

  32. musbau says:

    i need any welding or any furniture job thanks

  33. okoye jonathan says:

    we need information for tender on water treatment chemicals and agriculture(fertilizer).

    Thank you.

  34. its goo to have you around!

  35. Ahmed Salau Onotu ( ASO) says:

    Tender in Nigeria is good website try to cover ECOWAS Countries.

  36. nigeriang says:

    Please do a search on the site

  37. nigeriang says:

    We are sorry that at the moment we can only offer them as bulk. In the nearest future we will categorize them. Hopefully before the end of September 2010

  38. Would like to receive information on Expression of Interest, Invitation to submit Proposals of Engineering Projects on Water, Waste Water and Solid Waste Engineering

  39. Kayode Nuga says:

    We are interested in partnering with you in the areas of (1) education and (2) management education and training.

  40. i will appreciate, you foward every construction, engineering tender both in federal govt and oil sector to my inbox.
    to thi end, i confirm my pertinetrship wih you



  41. Femi Oyekunle says:

    Please I need to prepare a bid documents for “Information Technology Consulting” and “Retainership of Service Agreement on computer maintenance/Technical Support Services”. I need a separate samples of each of them. Thanks.

  42. I’m an artisan welder,i need a welding job or any metal job.thanks.

  43. mohammed mahamud sanni says:

    they should b assisting us wt quick notice of contracts.

  44. mohammed mahamud sanni says:

    i’m into printing/publishing, steel/fabrication & general contracts. my company named: bieu monde ventures wt reg. no : 4550.

  45. michael ajisebutu says:

    where can i find tenders for agriculture and water resources

  46. Obikunle samson says:

    a graduate of politics philosophy and economics.wud any please link me up

  47. motun says:

    This site has been very helpful, pls keep it up I hope I’ll get a better job very soon

  48. Aku Lami says:

    This site is great,would luv a government job or travelling job.

  49. kola says:

    this site is helpful,kudos to the brain behind it.i bagged a higher diploma in computer science with upper credit.wud luv to work in a befitting organisation.pls link me up

  50. euchariaonoka@yahoo.com says:

    hotel and travel job in Nigeria

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