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In the ongoing summit in Tunis, world leaders gathered in to discuss the future of the Internet and ICT. What do you think Nigeria stand to gain from the ongoing delibration.
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Hi every body i really need your advise so i can move on with my life.the story goes thus:
i am a graduate of mathematics with statistics from the univ of ibadan.i use to work witrh naira.com limited an IT firm that deals in broadband wireless internet service.i went for my NYSC orientation camp some weeks ago,my dad helped me in getting a job in ernst and young nigeria now i am confused if i shuld remain in the IT world by starting out some certification exams or start doing ACCA which initially i wanted to do before i graduated?
Please advise me honestly. Thanks.
I would like to know whether there is any bank that offers maestro cards in Nigeria. I just need to know the bank's name, I would carry on with researching, any other information that I might need.
IS IT POSSIBLE TO BECOME CISCO NETPRO through online training
I am in the UK, just came in actually from Nigeria. I was looking for work through advert placements on the paper and came across this www.skills-train.co.uk.(check it out), I registered on-line on my interest and in a week I got a phone call and the next thing thisyoung chap, cool guy comes to my house, tell me about the options, he adviced that I go for the CISCONETPRO because I studied Mathematics.
To be honest the only thing I can do with my laptop is browse, type, draw a little basically not too much. The package looks good though, promises of getting me a job once I get certified.
The programme he mentioned, will start with a foundation in CompTIA N+ certification programme then CCNA, CCNP and all training is done on-line, one practical session every 2 months. I was informed I don't need to go for the practicals. Then I will be assigned to a Phone tutour.
My problem is I have never had on-line training before, and I don't know how I am going to cope with it. Then I have to sign a contract, this means no going back if I don't like what I get this will cost £70 each month for 34 months. I need some expert advice on this issue.
I have a friend that is contemplating on whether to send his brother to the Philippines for higher education from Nigeria. I would like to ask the people in the house that have experience in regards, whether the Philippines degree is recognized in Nigeria. I tried to visit the Ministry of Education website but it seems to be in total mess without any contact information.
So I would be very grateful if anybody that knows anything in regards to the inquiry, provides me with the information as requested. Thanks .