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Classifieds Ads for Nigeria, Ghana, Benin, Togo, Cameroon, United States, United Kingdom, France, and Canada

Classifieds Ads for Nigeria, Ghana, Benin, Togo, Cameroon, United States, United Kingdom, France, and Canada | Nigerian Workers Community | Scoop.it
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Growth and Threats of the Internet in Nigeria : Nigerian Workers Community

Growth and Threats of the Internet in Nigeria : Nigerian Workers Community | Nigerian Workers Community | Scoop.it
While internet access in Nigeria is growing by leaps and bounds, few people understand the danger that comes with it. Of those few, only a small percentage have taken steps to protect themselves from cyber criminals. This leaves the rest of the internet users in Nigeria vulnerable to attacks of all sorts.
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A Closer Look at the Death of the NYSC Members in Nigeria : Nigerian Workers Community

A Closer Look at the Death of the NYSC Members in Nigeria : Nigerian Workers Community | Nigerian Workers Community | Scoop.it
While the one year National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program for Nigerian graduates has been around for several decades, it is high time we took a second look at its benefits and risks.

The NYSC program may be a great idea to many, but not adequately addressing the risks involved is nothing but a grave mistake that will continue to undermine the real benefits of the program. One of the drawbacks of this program is the way members are posted with little or no choice on the table. Most members get posted to different places they are not familiar with.
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