Monday, 22 August 2016

Etisalat Night and weekend Offer - Get 2GB for N1000 and 5GB for N2000 With Free 24/7 WhatsApp data Bonus

Etisalat NG has introduced another new data plan which gives you 2Gb for N1000 and 5GB for N2000 weekend and night data plans, plus free 24/7 WhatsApp data bonus. Etisalat was earlier released bullshit/extravagant night plan (1GB for N200), which made people beat one's breast and complaining bitterly. Etisalat is here to make an amendment, now, introduced another fair weekend and night data plans with a bonus of free 24/7 WhatsApp data.

With this plan, Etisalat will be the first telecommunication in Nigeria to offer Night and Weekend data bundle which starts from 7PM and ends by6:59AM the next day and all dayWhatsApp data Bonus. Below are the detail; 

To Subscribe for Etisalat 2GB For N1000 
Simply dial *229*3*12# 
The plan is valid for 30 days.

NB: It is the evening/night and weekend plan, usable from 7PM to 6:59AM every day and the whole hours during the weekends (Saturday and Sundays). 
To Subscribe for Etisalat 5GB For N2000 

Simply dial *229*3*13# 
The plan is valid for 30 days.

NB: It is the evening/night and weekend plan, usable from 7PM to 6:59AM every day and the whole hours during the weekends (Saturday and Sundays). Plus free 100MB usable for chatting on WhatsApp all the time.

What is your own view about this new Etisalt data offer?
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Saturday, 6 August 2016

Airtel Special Priviledge Offer: Get 6GB Worth of Data For Just N1,500

Airtel NG has here with awesome data offer to challenge the champion of cheapest data plan —Globacom. The offer was tagged as Special Privilege and it offers Airtel subscribers 6GB for just N1,500 with a month validity.

Hope you guys still remember the Airtel blackberry complete bundle that goes for N1,500 per 3GB? In which the plan is blazing well on non blackberry devices without special setting. The former plan of N1,500 for 3GB has now upgraded to 6GB for that same N1,500. This should be a very nice offer for those who think they value the use of huge data and this plan works for all devices ranging from Android, BB10, iPhone/iPad, Laptops, Windows phone, Symbian/Java phones; you just name it.

To Benefit From The Offer
» Load your Airtel sim card with N1,500 airtime
» Dial *440*161# to subscribe
» Also dial *123*10# to check your data balance at any time.

Note that you don't need to be on any special Airtel tariff plan before you will qualify for this, but one thing I can’t guarantee you is the mercy deduction of the Megabytes. We just hope and believe that Airtel has resolved the data zapping issue with this new offer.

Enjoy the new Airtel offer.

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Glo Officially Launched TGIF Bundle - Enjoy 3GB For Just N500

I wonder why Globacom thought that this is the right time to officially launch their Night and Weekend Plans. The plan that has been in existence since last year December, Glo had to officially launch and renamed it Thank Glo It’s Friday (TGIF)

Anyway, you have no reasons to lament of any data issues because you now have more than enough options of low-cost internet data plans. Glo TGIF data plan offers you 3GB for N500 usable on weekends and 1GB for just night browsing with N200. 

According to a statement released from its headquarters in Lagos and made available to the media, “This unbeatable offer will be available to Glo customers from 12:01am 
every Saturday morning to Sunday evening at 11:59pm.

The company explained that subscribers should dial dial *777# and select ‘Buy Data’ on the menu and then pick ‘Night and Weekend Plan’ which is number 7 on the next menu page.

Globacom stated that when the menu opens to the ‘Night and Weekend plans’, subscribers should pick option 2 on the last menu which reads “N500 = 3GB for Sat and Sun."

“This is simply designed to meet the expectations of subscribers who download and upload a lot of content during weekends. We have observed that subscribers have the time to do heavy browsing on weekends, hence the TGIF bundle is designed to meet that demand”, Globacom added.

To Subscribe For Glo Weekend Plan

Dial *777# and follow the prompt [Data Services » Buy Data »Night and Weekend plans], or simply dial *777*1*1*7#


If the Glo network is good in your area, TGIF should be the best bundle for you to download and upload a lot of content during weekends.

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13 Words That Do Not Exist In Your Nigerian Parents’ Vocabulary

1. “Allowance”

Which one is allowance? Are they not ‘allowing’ you live in their house for free? My friend, will you leave this place

2. “Privacy”

You want them to give you privacy in their own house? You want them to knock before they enter your bedroom? You’re a joker. You will get privacy when you move out and marry.

3. “Dating”

Which one is dating? Better face your book, graduate, then you can ‘date’ your spouse after both of you have married finish

4. “Sex”

Sex doesn’t exist. Simpu. The end. Full stop. Bye


5. “Rest”

Rest ke? Are you God? Even God created the whole world before he rested? What have you done in your small life that you are resting? You can rest when you have died, abeg.

6. “Please”

Why are the people that gave birth to you telling you “please” biko? So they should beg you to bring the remote that is right beside them? You are not a serious somebody.

7. “Sorry”

Shebi people only say sorry when they are wrong? Well, there you have it, your parents can never be wrong. So why should they even know that word?

8. “Thank you”

Wait, you want your parents to thank you for doing something? See this comedian. The only time you might mistakenly hear those words is if you tell them “I love you.”

9. “Adult”

You think you are now an adult because you have turned 18 abi 21? Ehn go and report to the police that your parents don’t know what adult means. You will still chop all these slaps and punishments.

10. “Sick”

You’re not sick, you are well in Jesus’ name. Now stand up from that hospital bed, wear your uniform and be going to school.

11. “Sleepover”

You want to go and sleep inside another person’s house? You don’t have house? You don’t have bed? Infact, you don’t have sense.

12. “Whispering”

Why should they be whispering? If they don’t shout on the phone and at the person standing right beside them, how will people now hear what they are saying?

13. “Grounded”

Which kind of oyinbo nonsense is that one, abeg? Go an bring that cane from their room now now jare.

sOURCE: nAIRaland
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Gold Customized Mercedes Benz Spotted In Kaduna - Photos

"The stone that the builders rejected has now become the cornerstone"... This 1982 classic Benz which has been labelled trash/outdated -has now become the center of attraction and attention in Kaduna state.

The old Mercedes Benz which was recently customized and wrapped with Metta Bronze / Chrome GOLD -is causing a buzz among car lovers... The car was designed for Kaduna Business school and was personally delivered to the Rector, Dr Sani Dahiru ....

what do you think?
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Watching the Olympics in Nigeria

The excitement is at its peak for the people of Brazil who have been welcoming athletes, fans and tourists to experience the spirit of the Olympics in Rio.
This year's Olympic organizers are expecting over five billion people from all corners of the world to watch some part of the Rio Olympics during its 17 days course.
Starting on August 5, 8pm Rio time, this is midnight on August 6 in Nigeria (Rio is four hours behind GMT); the opening ceremony will be held at the Rio's Maracana Stadium.
Olympic opening ceremonies are events to live for, the opening ceremony of the Beijing Games of 2008 paint a masterpiece of Majesty. Against the odds the London Games of 2012 was a spectacular sight, it featured a stand-in for Queen Elizabeth II parachuting into the Olympic Stadium and acts from David Beckham in a speed boat, James Bond, Mr. Bean and the Queen of England.
For travelers in Nigeria unable to snuggle up on their Sofa at home, here are some top tips on how to enjoy the Olympic events and get in the Samba groove while on a trip.
In your hotel room

You might intend watching the Olympics when you settle down in your hotel room. Things might go as planned if you booked 4 star or Luxury hotels like the Oriental hotel, Sheraton hotel Lagos or Golden Tulip Festac. These luxury hotels offer the best experience and good satellite Television is just a glimpse of it.

However, if you are booking a cheap hotel you might want to read on.
The Place, Lagos
The place features the best of popular sports and events. Located around Alagomeji bus stop in the mainland area of Lagos
The place has a serene relaxation environment and hosts a selection of entertainment events, live music and karaoke competitions.
Naijabet Hub
Naijabet has a chain of viewing centers in Lagos, their hub after Yaba market is a convenient place to enjoy the Olympics. This popular sports betting center features a variety of events on flat screen Televisions.
Bar 37
Bar 37 offers coverage of all major sporting events on TV screens, it has a serene relaxation environment and hosts a selection of entertainment events, live music and concerts.
It's a place can meet with lovers of sports; an arena that imbibes the spirit of the Olympics. Live matches are aired round the clock.  

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WAEC Releases 2016 WASSCE Results

The West African Examinations Council has officially announced the release of the May/June 2016 West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) results.

Speaking during a press conference in Lagos, the Head of National Office (HNO), Mr. Isaac Adenipekun, said that a total of 1,552,758 candidates registered for the examination, out of which 1,544,234 sat for the exam.

He said that 825,650, representing 53.5% were male while 718,585, representing 46.5% were female.

In a breakdown of the results, a total of 1,393,907 candidates, representing 90.26% have their results fully released while 158,718 candidates, representing 9.74% have a few of their subjects still being processed due to some errors mainly traceable to the candidates and schools in the course of registration or writing the examination.

Such errors are being corrected by the Council to enable the affected candidates get their results fully processed and released subsequently.

A total of 878,040 candidates, representing 52.97%, obtained credits in five subjects and above, including English Language and Mathematics.

The HNO added that there was a significant improvement in the performance of candidates when compared with the results of 2014 and 2015 examinations.

Speaking on the performance of blind candidates, Mr. Adenipekun, said that 133 visually challenged candidates registered for and sat for the examination from which 23 candidates, representing 17.29% got credits in 5 subjects, including English Language and Mathematics.

He further stated that candidates will be able to check their results on the Council’s website within the next 24 hours.
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Wednesday, 3 August 2016

5000 OPC Members Storm Ogun, Set To Turn Into Snakes & Lions To Fight Militants (Pic)

NO fewer than 5,000 members of the Reformed Oodua People’s Congress on Tuesday stormed the Imushin community in Ogun State, to confront suspected militants in the area.

Our correspondent gathered that the members of the ethnic militia, who arrived in more than 100 buses and cars, came from Lagos and Ogun states.

They reportedly moved around some of the areas and visited the Olumushin of Imushin, Oba Taiwo Bamgbose, who received them outside his palace.

A palace source said the OPC members, which did not carry any weapon, were only armed with charms, which they claimed had powers.

He said, “They were over 5,000 and they filled the whole community. They carried all kinds of charms and a few of them even carried placards, protesting militant’s invasion of the South-West.

“They said they were ready to enter into the creeks to face the militants and kill them and all they needed was the permission of the traditional ruler. Some of them said they could transform to snakes and lions, once they get into the creeks.

“The traditional ruler, after thanking them for their concern, asked them to leave because he had not received authority from higher authorities to allow them fight the militants. He urged them to get approval from the government before doing anything in the community.”

The President of the OPC group, Dare Adesope, who confirmed the visit to our correspondent on the telephone, said their presence in the community was to assure residents of their security.

Adesope said his group was incensed by the killings and kidnap of residents without any response from the government.

He explained that the members of the group had issued a 14-day ultimatum to the militants to vacate the South West, adding that the ultimatum expired on Monday.

He said, “On July 19, we issued a 14-day ultimatum to the militants to end their activities in the South-West and we said if they didn’t leave, we will challenge them and defend our people. That ultimatum elapsed yesterday (Monday).

“The recent military action against the militants might have been influenced by our ultimatum, because prior to the release, the Federal Government didn’t do anything.

“We decided to go to the community in 107 buses and some cars, to show that the Reformed OPC is still on the ground and our aim is to protect the lives and property of everyone that is residing within our area of jurisdiction.

“Our silence all this while is not an act of cowardice. It is because we believe in dialogue before action. It is wrong for anyone to be kidnapping, raping, robbing and killing our people.

We say no to that and we don’t want anything like that again in Yoruba land. After today, if we hear anything again in the area, we know what to do.”

The traditional ruler, who also confirmed the visit on the telephone, appealed to the fleeing members of the 18 villages in the community to return home.

He thanked the Federal Government, the Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun, and the members of the Joint Task Force for the efforts aimed at restoring sanity to the area.
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Video : Chinko Ekun - Bless Me (Download, Watch)

Fresh Out Of The Oven Is The Visuals To Chinko Ekun's Bless Me, Watch And Enjoy

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FRSC Seen Officials Buying 'Paraga' In Lagos" - Photos

Officers of the Federal Road Safety Corps -were seen patronizing a roadside herbs and alcohol (Paraga) seller. According to Ade Ogly who lives in Lagos, this happened on monday morning, the first day of the month. 

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Mbaka attacks Buhari, says Nigerians are hungry

Enugu Catholic priest, and Spiritual Director of the Adoration Ministry, Enugu State, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, has warned President Muhammadu Buhari that Nigerians will not vote for him in 2019 if he does not address the high level of hunger and suffering  in the country.
Mbaka has been one of Buhari’s most vocal supporters since he asked Nigerians to reject the incumbent, Goodluck Jonathan of the Peoples Democratic Party during the 2015 presidential pol and predicted Buhari’s victory.
But, in a surprising turn of events, Mbaka attacked Buhari in a recent message, details of which were obtained by journalists on Tuesday night.

In the message, Mbaka noted that there was too much suffering in the country, and faulted the President for not appointing the right people.
He also accused the President of listening to the wrong advice.
The message partly read, “The issue is that Mbaka is speaking as the Spirit leads him – there is hunger everywhere.  My job is to tell leaders the truth, the landlords are crying, the tenants are lamenting, sellers are crying, buyers are lamenting – there is hunger on the streets.
“I can’t keep quiet when things are going wrong.

“I am telling the President to look around him and know those who are advising him rightly and those who are telling him that there is no trouble.
“The President should know that there is trouble – if things continue like this, in the next election, nobody will vote for him.
“Whether they like it or not, I am speaking the raw truth.
“If the President should have somebody like me and he cannot be talking with me, then there is a problem.
“There is a problem somewhere; somebody who can advise you without asking for anything and he is representing the poor masses in the country and he won’t tell you lies.
“He will praise you when you are doing well and when you are not doing well, he will look at you in the face and tell you.”
Continuing, he said, “I don’t need the President; I need God, I need the Holy Spirit, I need Jesus; there is suffering everywhere, people are suffering.

“To feed is now a problem, and an hungry man is an angry man.
“Hunger and anger will lead to danger.
“So, let him know whether he can do away with some advisers around him and bring in the people who are experts in economic revamp.
“There are people who are experts in that; let them begin to empower people, people are not empowered, they are still walking around in vicious circles, planning and planning and planning.”
Mbaka said there were  no spaces left in mortuaries across the country.
“Hunger is everywhere, many neighbours don’t eat again, many are being attacked by hunger, hunger is becoming a normal thing and there are people responsible for this.
“Mortuary and ambulance business is now thriving because many cannot afford drugs.
“In today’s Nigeria, many are becoming hawkers, who will buy from you, with what?

“Everyday, more pipelines  are being blown, the Avengers are at work and up till now, there is no solution.
“You know when certain things begin to happen, you begin to ask some questions, somebody like me will begin to ask – when will this end?
“If it continues in the next three months, there will be no money to pay salaries – the vicious effect is disastrous and when salaries cannot be paid, teachers will come home, students will stop going to school, there will be more kidnappings, more hooliganism, more armed robbery, more prostitution, immorality will be on the increase.”
He urged Buhari to sit up and stop going after the leadership of the Senate.
Mbaka equally bemoaned the continuous depreciation in the value of the naira.
“So, the President should sit up – there is a red light blinking on the country.
“The issue of Saraki and Ekweremadu, nobody wants to listen to such stories any more, whether Saraki is the President of the Senate or Ekweremadu is not this or that, the countrymen are tired of such stories.
“We need economic experts, gurus, sages that are sincere, who can come in and think about our economic revamp and judicial reformation.”

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See The 10 Quotes That Got Pastor Adeboye Trending On Social Media

The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Pastor Enoch Adejare Adeboye is trending on the social media after giving remarks at the ongoing 64th RCCG convention on the expected lifestyles members of the church are to adopt.
1 Restricts ministers of gospel growing beards in the name of fashion. .see here

2 “I don’t want to see any of my pastors looking like fellows from the training camps of Al-Qaeda,”

3 “Anybody who brings tribalism into the church should either leave the church immediately or will soon die like Annanais and Sapphira.”

4 “No pastor has the church’s blessing to impose Yoruba songs as part of the church sevice in other parts of the country, emphasising the need for pastors in other parts of the country to encourage the locals to sing and rejoice in their local dialects”

5 The 74-year General Overseer also enjoined all pastors in the church to regularly do a medical check up to avoid unnecessary and sudden deaths that can be avoided if the proper thing is done.

6 He also decreed that no RCCG pastor should be seen to be involved in arranging marriages among brethren in the church.

7 Pastor Adeboye’s advise to youths “don’t ever marry outside the church and you have no reason to marry outside RCCG.

8 “The reason is that if you are both from the same church even when trouble comes it is easier for the pastors to handle it!”

9 “Don’t marry a girl who is lazy! Don’t marry a girl who cannot cook, she needs to know how to do chores and cook because you cannot afford to be eating out all the time.”

10 He announced the establishment of an Investigation Committee to assist the mission on issues bordering on security.
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Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Meet The New JAMB Boss, Prof. Ishaq Olanrewaju Oloyode: Profile And Pictures

Prof. Ishaq Oloyede has been appointed by President Buhari to replace Prof Ojerinde as Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board boss.

Below is his profile.

Prof. Is-haq Olarewaju Oloyede was born in October 1954. He hails from Abeokuta South Local Government Area of Ogun State. He was appointed Deputy Vice - Chancellor (Academic) on June 19, 2003 and Deputy Vice -Chancellor (Administration) on July 6, 2005.

He had his Secondary Education from 1969-1973 at the Progressive Institute, Agege Lagos and Arabic Training Centre Agege, Lagos, (Markaz) from 1973-1976 and later to the University of Ibadan between 1976 and 1977 where he obtained a certificate in Arabic and Islamic Studies.

His tertiary education began in the University of Ilorin in 1978 where he studied Arabic and was awarded a B.A. Arabic (First Class Hons) in 1981. In July 1982 he was appointed an Assistant Lecturer in the Department of Religions of the University.

In 1991, he had his Doctorate degree in Islamic Studies also from the University of Ilorin.

Prof. Oloyede earned several scholarships and prizes during his student days, notable among which were the Arab League prize for the best final year Certificate student in Arabic and Islamic Studies in 1977 at the University of Ibadan; Federal Government undergraduate merit award from 1979 to 1981; Department of Religions Award, University of Ilorin, 1981 and Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Award, Unilorin also in 1981.

Prof. Oloyede, who had attended several training programmes across the nation, is also a member of many learned and professional societies. He is a fellow of the Islamic Academy of Cambridge, United Kingdom; Fellow, Academy of Entrepreneurship; Member, Nigerian Association of Teachers of Arabic and Islamic Studies (NATAIS); Member, Editorial Board, Centre for Islamic Legal Studies, ABU, Zaria, among, several others. Between 1995 and 1998, he was National President of the Unilorin Alumni Association, and was a two-time 1st and 2nd National Vice-President of the Association, in previous years.

Prof. Oloyede was elevated to professorial rank in 1995.

Prior to his present appointment, he was a member of the University Governing Council; Students’ Disciplinary Committee; Revenue Yielding Committee; Honorary Degree and Monument Committee; Strategic Planning Steering Committee and Member, Capital Project Implementation Task Force among others. Until his present appointment, he was Director, Academic Planning of the University. In 2005, Prof. Oloyede was appointed co - secretary of the National Political Reform Conference by President Olusegun Obasanjo. Also in 2006, he was appointed a Consultant by the National Universities Commission on Educational Reforms in Nigeria. He was at a time Chairman of University of Ilorin Holdings Ltd where he served as Director, Unilorin Consultancy Services, among other business ventures of the University.

He was elected the Vice Chancellor on the 15th October 2007 for a single term of five years. Currently, Prof Is-haq Oloyede is the Executive Secretary of National Inter -Religious Council (NIREC) and also the President of Association of African Universities (AAU).

He is an International Advisory Board members of International Network for Higher Education in Africa (INHEA).

He has authored and co-authored several articles in reputable local and international outlets. Prof. Oloyede is married with 4 children and one grandchild.
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Saturday, 30 July 2016

Photos From Kwata Abattoir, Anambra. How Much Do We Know About The Meat We Eat ?

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Breaking!!! Militants & Army Clash In Arepo. Army Using Helicopter, Militants Hide (Pics, Video)

Arepo and Ibafo community in panic as people suddenly become worried after hearing gunshot and hovering of helicopters above their roof.

It was learnt that there was a serious exchange of gunfire between militants and military men inside the creek, people were advised to stay indoors as the militant now hide inside people’s compound to escape the military men

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Thursday, 28 July 2016

National Universities Commission (NUC) Recruitment 2016

How to Apply for National Universities Commission (NUC) Graduates Recruitment – 2016. 

The National Universities Commission (NUC) was established in 1962 as an advisory agency in the Cabinet Office. However in 1974, it became a statutory body and the first Executive Secretary, in the person of Prof. Jibril Aminu was then appointed.

The National Universities Commission (NUC) is a parastatal under the Federal Ministry of Education (FME). The Commission has a Governing Council, its Executive Secretary is Prof. Julius A. Okojie, who assumed office on August 3, 2006.

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following job positions at
The National Universities Commission (NUC):

National Universities Commission (NUC) recruitment for Graduates, July 2016

Job Title: Arts and Humanities Staff
Location: Abuja

Interested candidates must be graduates of any of the above-mentioned course/field from any approved Nigerian and recognized foreign universities with minimum of Second Class Lower Honours Degree.
Masters inrelevant fields will be an added advantage.

Job Title: Administration Staff
Location: Abuja

Interested candidates must be graduates of any of the above-mentioned course/field from any approved Nigerian and recognized foreign universities with minimum of Second Class Lower Honours Degree.
Masters in relevant fields will be an added advantage.

Job Title: Environmental Staff
Location: Abuja

Interested candidates must be graduates of any of the above-mentioned course/field from any approved Nigerian and recognized foreign universities with minimum of Second Class Lower Honours Degree.
Masters in relevant fields will be an added advantage

Job Title: ICT Staff
Location: Abuja

Interested candidates must be graduates of any of the above-mentioned course/field from any approved Nigerian and recognized foreign universities with minimum of Second Class Lower Honours Degree.
Masters in relevant fields will be an added advantage.

Job Title: Engineering Staff
Location: Abuja

Interested candidates must be graduates of any of the above-mentioned course/field from any approved Nigerian and recognized foreign universities with minimum of Second Class Lower Honours Degree.
Masters in relevant fields will be an added advantage.

Job Title: Social and Management Science Staff
Location: Abuja

Interested candidates must be graduates of any of the above-mentioned course/field from any approved Nigerian and recognized foreign universities with minimum of Second Class Lower Honours Degree.
Masters in relevant fields will be an added advantage.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates are to forward 10 copies of their Curriculum Vitae and a hand written applications to:

The Office of the Director,
Management Support Services (DMSS),
26, Aguiyi Ironsi Street,
PMB 237,
Garki GPO,
Maitama – Abuja.

Note: Only the shortlisted candidates will be invited for aptitude test and subsequently interview.

Application Deadline 7th September, 2016.
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