Budding Nigerian actress, Nancy Igbojionu has shared some of her challenges plying her trade as an up and coming actress in Nollywood.

Nancy Igbojionu who had an interview recently reported by Kemi Filani revealed that almost every director and producer wants to see the color of her pant before giving her a role in their movies.

According to her, this trend makes her feel very worthless as filmmakers do not look at what she can do with her talent but only have an interest in her kpekus.

My challenges coming up was that everybody wanted to see the colour of my panties with the promise that they will make me a star. Of course, it made me feel worthless, like all they want is just the pant, and not what I have to offer, my talent”.

Sharing her bad sex experience, the script interpreter said:

“I don’t experience bad sex because my man crush is so yummy on the bed. I have experienced bad sex once; it was not good at all.”

When the law is discriminatory
Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Mohammed Adamu
…charges them to deploy their wealth of experience in tackling security challenges

Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu on Tuesday decorated seven newly promoted Assistant Inspectors General of Police and seven Commissioners of Police with a charge the officers to deploy their wealth of experience towards curtailing the myriads of security challenges confronting the nation.

Adamu said, “I am convinced that all of you, newly promoted officers fit perfectly into my human capacity development vision. Let me however; remind you that to whom much is given, much more shall be expected.

“The Police leadership demands of you, higher sense of commitment to duty, and the nation expects  of you exceptional display of loyalty, courage and professional competence which are needed to move the Nigeria Police and our beloved country into the next level in relation to internal security”.

“I trust that you shall not fail the Nigeria Police Force, neither will you fail the nation in the critical responsibilities that your new rank shall impose on you”.

Noting that, “No organization can advance beyond the competence of its strategic leaders; neither can any organizational goals and plans be attained without a crop of highly committed personnel to drive the implementation process” the IGP said, “This assertion is even more critical for a law enforcement agency that is as strategic to internal security of the nation as the Nigeria Police force”.

“This is because the increasing complexity of crime and the challenges of policing a nation as diverse as ours require quality police managers that have the requisite professional knowledge, experience and competency to effectively provide leadership”.

He added, “It in cognizance of this that I have been collaborating with the Police Service Commission in ensuring that appropriate processes are emplaced to identify and promptly elevate deserves officers for promotion.

“This is a strategic management approach that is directed at motivating the workforce of the Nigeria Police personnel in committing to the duty of addressing current emerging internal security challenges”.

Towards this end, IGP Adamu said, “I am delighted to note that between January 2019 to date, a total of 141,391 officers and men of the police force have been promoted across all ranks. This comprises 41,480 officers and 99,911 Inspectors and Rank and File.

Among the AIGs decorated are AIG Habu Sani, AIG Aminu Pai Saleh, AIG Okon Ene, AIG Dasuki Galadanchi, AIG Joseph Mukan, AIG Ali Janga, and AIG Mukkadas Garba.

The Commissioners of Police decorated are CP Benjamin Nebolisa Okolo, CP David Jimwan, CP Rabiu Hussaini, CP Oyediran Oyeyemi, CP Monday Bala, CP Shuaibu Samaila and CP Abubakar Adamu.

Non–teaching staff in the universities will today commence indefinite strike over the Federal Government’s handling of the Integrated Personnel and Payroll Information System, sharing formula of the N40 billion earned academic allowances and non-payment of arrears of the new minimum wage.

Already, the National Joint Action Committee, JAC, comprising the Senior Staff Association of Nigeria Universities, SSANU and the Non-Academic Staff Union of Educational and Associated Institutions, NASU, has written to the branches to commence strike today.

A copy of the notice signed by SSANU National President, Mohammed Ibrahim, and NASU General Secretary, Prince Peters Adeyemi, was sent to our correspondent on Thursday.

Recall that the JAC had announced that it would proceed on an indefinite strike from February 5 following the alleged failure of the Federal Government to meet its demands.

Other demands include the non-payment of retirement benefits to former members, non-constitution of visitation panels to universities, poor funding of universities, teaching staff usurping the headship of non-teaching units, among others.

In a bid to stop the workers from embarking on strike, the Federal Government team led by Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige met with the leadership of the unions but the meeting ended in a deadlock on Tuesday.

Following the inability of the government to avert the strike through the meeting, a committee was set up to resolve the dispute over the N40 billion earned allowances and complaints about IPPIS.

Part of the notice read: “In view of the outcome of the meeting, the leadership of JAC of NASU and SSANU at the branches are hereby directed to commence joint general meetings on Friday to give reports on the outcome of the conciliation meeting and pass resolutions on the way forward.

“In the meantime, the nationwide strike takes effect from 12 midnight, Friday, February 5, 2021, pending any contrary resolution by the branches.”

Vanguard gathered that out of the seven demands, only the issues of IPPIS and the payment of arrears of the minimum wage were discussed at the meeting.

The government had told the unions that there was no money to pay for the arrears of the minimum wage and that a supplementary budget would be submitted to raise the money.

Buhari dashes South East’s hopes, allegedly appoints new Police IGP from Borno

President Muhammadu Buhari has reportedly appointed Zanna Mohammed Ibrahim, an Assistant Inspector-General as the acting Inspector General of Police; effectively dashing the hopes of the South East which had agitated for the region to produce the next IGP.

AIG Ibrahim, the alleged new appointee, hails from Borno State.

However, 1st News reports that the appointment is yet to be confirmed by the Presidency.

Nevertheless, feelers indicate that the development has already began to spark celebrations among sections of the Police Force. Meanwhile, the appointment of AIG Ibrahim by President Buhari comes in the wake of the retirement of Adamu Mohammed Abubakar; the erstwhile IGP.


Zanna Ibrahim, an indigene of Borno State, was born on November, 26, 1962. He obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and a Master’s degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies; both from the University of Jos, Plateau State. He was enlisted into the Nigeria Police Force, on 15th March, 1988.

On successful completion of training at the Nigeria Police Academy Annex, Kaduna; he was posted to the Borno State Police Command, where he had a one-year compulsory attachment at Biu Divisional Police Headquarters. Also, he later served in various Commands and Police formations across the country.

Equally important, the acting IGP was appointed Zamfara State Commissioner of Police on 2019.

Until his appointment, AIG Ibrahim was the Commandant of the Police Academy, Kano State.

Meanwhile, the Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has called on critics complaining about the purported worsening security situation in the country to end the needless emotion.

He challenged them to come up with facts and figures to buttress their claims, adding that the security situation had rather improved compared to when the administration came to power in 2015.

The minister said this when he featured on “Politics Nationwide”, Radio Nigeria programme on Tuesday, February 2, in Abuja.

Recently, A female Police officer got dismissed from service after she got pregnant. You may be wondering why she was sacked from service, simply because she got pregnant. Well according to the news report, the female Officer was not married. And so when she got pregnant, they saw it as an embarrassment to the Police Force, and she had to be relieved from all her duties. I guess she might be regretting her actions now, because it has caused her her work.

A Police Public Relations Officer, reacted to the news, and he defended the Dismissal of the Female Officer who got pregnant out of wedlock. According to the Police PRO, he said that getting Pregnant without being married is disgrace to the force. And so, the Police force was right in the decision they took against her. Activist Aisha Yesufu reacted to what the Police PRO said. She reacted to the news through her Twitter account.

Aisha in her reaction, asked the Police PRO a question, that was bothering her about the news. She asked that, what about Impregnating women out of wedlock? Here is the screenshot of her tweet.

From what Aisha asked, I guess that she feels that, what should be done to the Female should also apply to the male.

Here are some Reactions from of her followers

Mr. Aghughu Adolphus A. (JP), FCNA

PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has nominated Mr. Aghughu Arhotomhenla Adolphus for appointment as the Auditor-General of the Federation.

President has forwarded the letter of nomination to the Senate President, Senator Ahmad Lawan pursuant to Section 86(1) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (as amended).

In a statement yesterday in Abuja, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters( Senate) Senator Babajide Omoworare said that Aghughu has been acting as the Auditor-General since the voluntary retirement of Mr. Anthony Mkpe Ayine from service upon attainment of the mandatory retirement age of 60 (sixty) years on 25th October 2020.

The Auditor-General designate hails from Edo State and, holds a master’s degree in economics; he is a Fellow of the Association of National Accountants of Nigeria, Member of the Nigerian Institute of Management and Associate member of Chartered Institute of Taxation. He became an Auditor in the Office of the Auditor-General in 1992 and was promoted to the rank of Director of Audit in January 2016.

Recall that President Muhammadu Buhari had in December 2016, forwarded the name of Ayine to fill the post that was  held then by Florence Anyanwu in acting capacity.

Ayine’s name was then forwarded six months after the then former Auditor-General of the Federation, AuGF, Samuel Ukuru proceeded on terminal leave.

In a related development,  President Buhari has nominated Barrister Victor Chinemerem Muruako for appointment as Chairman for the Fiscal Responsibility Commission in accordance with provision of section 5(3) of the Fiscal Responsibility Act 2007.

Barrister Muruako, a legal practitioner had served as the Secretary to the Fiscal Responsibility Commission and currently acts as the Chairman of the Commission. He hails from Imo State.

The nomination letter was forwarded to the Senate President, Senator Ahmad Ibrahim Lawan for confirmation by the Senate.

President Muhammadu Buhari has sacked the Service Chiefs.

A statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, said he has named the replacements for the sacked chiefs.

The statement reads: “PMB appoints new Service Chiefs. Maj Gen LEO Irabor, CDS, Maj Gen I Attahiru, Army, Rear Adm AZ Gambo, Navy, AVM IO Amao, Air Force.

“He congratulates outgoing Service Chiefs on efforts to bring enduring peace to the country.”

Meet Major General Lucky Irabor, Nigeria’s new Chief of Army Staff
127 soldiers tender resignation from Nigerian Army

A total of 127 soldiers have tendered their resignation from the Nigerian Army, This is despite the worsening security challenges the military is currently combating in some parts of the country.

The soldiers, drawn from various formations of the army across the country, are all of the junior cadres who are mostly at the forefront in the field.

Their resignation may not be unconnected to the dwindling morale within the rank and file of the officers which has caused a lot of disaffection between high ranking officers and low ranking officers.

Also, the inability of military funding to translate to actual weapons of engagement for the troops against the insurgents, may be responsible for this latest round of resignation. This is despite the defense sector taking a large chunk of Nigeria’s budget.

This latest round of disengagement is coming barely seven months after a mass resignation took place last year.

The soldiers who tendered their resignation are one Master Warrant Officer, three Warrant Officers, 22 Staff Sergeants, 29 Sergeants, 64 Corporals, seven Lance Corporals and one Private, will disengage in May.

The Chief of Army Staff, lieutenant general Tukur Buratai, is said to have approved their formal resignation, according to PremiumTimes.

According to a memo signed by brigadier general T.A Gagariga, all the 127 soldiers who tendered their resignation are to submit all military properties in their possession.

“In compliance with the provisions of section A, the COAS vide reference B has approved the voluntary discharge of the above named NWO and 126 others listed in annex A. The soldiers are to proceed on terminal leave WEF 26th April, 21 while their disengagement date takes effect from 26th May 21 in accordance with the NA administrative policies and procedures No. 27 paragraphs 3 and 4,” the memo addressing the soldiers read.

“Accordingly, I am directed to request you relate to their respective units to release the affected soldiers to report to HQ CAR with their unit service documents for documentation NLT 5th January 21 and ensure that:”

“a. All forms of military controlled items, arms, ammunition and items of combat kits are recovered from the soldiers prior to their disengagement date and certified that they are properly de-kitted.”

“b. They complete all necessary documentation for withdrawal from: 1. NAWIS contributions 2. DENFUND contribution 3. National Mortgage Contributions,” the memo read.

In this post, we give you all the information you need about the Federal Civil Service Commission recruitment 2021. Here you will see the official FCSC recruitment portal, application requirements, and a step-by-step guide on how to apply.

This post is for the teaming Nigerian audience who are interested in the recruitment exercise of the Federal Civil Service Commission (FCSC). If you are a Nigerian citizen asking when the next recruitment of the FCSC will begin? You are at the right place. In this post I will provide you with hints and guides on the current status, requirements, application process, application guide and success tips for the Federal Civil Service recruitment for this year.

About the Federal Civil Service Commission

The Federal Civil Service Commission, FCSC is a government agency in Nigeria operating under the Ministry of the Interior and has the mandate of appointing, posting, promoting and exercising disciplinary functions over employees of the Federal government otherwise known as Civil Servants or Public Servants.

The Federal Civil Service Commission performs many duties on behalf of the government of the federation among which are:

  1. Representation of the Civil Service Commissioners at Senior staff meetings of Ministries
  2. Review and approval of recommendations on disciplinary cases of Senior Civil Servants
  3. Recruitment of Senior Officers into the Civil Service
  4. Ratification of promotion of offices to Senior Civil Servants
  5. Hearing appeals on matters of appointments, promotion and discipline
  6. Providing guidelines on appointments, promotion and discipline.

The FCSC is headquartered at No. 4, Abidjan Street, Wuse Zone 3, Abuja, Nigeria. The Commission had undergone so many reforms since Independence in 1960 namely: the Margan Commission of 1963, the Adebo Commission of 1971, the Udoji Commission of 1973 – 1974, the Dotun Philip Commission of 1985 (the most benevolent and acclaimed efficient) of all the reform panels of the Federal Civil Service.

Career Overview in the Federal Civil Service Commission, FCSC

The Federal Civil Service is one of the sought after places to work in Nigeria given the relative comfort, service benefits, retirement packages etc. Like other Federal government agencies, the Federal Civil Service Commission operates in similar administrative structure with many departments under the Ministry of Interior. These departments have heads with different nomenclatures. The departments are as follows:

  • Civil Service Commission Board
  • Executive Support
  • Corporate Human Picked and Programme
  • Employee and Family Assistance Programme
  • Organisation and Staff Development
  • Labour Relations Department
  • Supportive Employee Services
  • Report and Expenses department
  • Legislation

Source: (gov.mb.ca)

There are four categories or classes of employees in the Nigeria Federal Civil Service namely:

  1. Administrative Class
  2. Executive Class
  3. Clerical Class
  4. Minor Manipulative Class

According to Wikipedia, all staff of the Federal Civil Service Commission except the Chairman and Commissioners are directly controlled by the head of the Civil Service who is currently Mrs Folashade Mejabi Yemi Esan.

The Federal Civil Service annually recruits qualified manpower into Federal Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs). Quota of the FCSC recruitment is shared among the following MDAs:

  1. Federal Ministry of Aviation
  2. Federal Ministry of Commerce and Industry
  3. Federal Ministry of Education
  4. Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity
  5. Federal Ministry of the Environment
  6. Federal Ministry of Finance
  7. Federal Ministry of Youths and Sports
  8. Federal Ministry of Niger Delta Affairs
  9. Federal Ministry of Justice
  10. Federal Ministry of information
  11. Federal Ministry of Transport
  12. Federal Ministry of Transport
  13. Federal Ministry Power, Works and Housing
  14. Federal Ministry of Science and Technology
  15. Office of the Accountant General of the Federation
  16. Office of the Auditor General
  17. Office of the Surveyor General of the Federation, and other organisations within its scope of operation.

Federal Civil Service Ranks and Grade Levels

  1. Chairman
  2. Head of Civil Service (HCS)
  3. Commissioner
  4. Director
  5. Deputy Director
  6. Chief Officer GL 14 (at least 13 years post qualification cognate experience)
  7. Assistant Chief Officer GL 13 (12 years post qualification cognate experience)
  8. Principal Officer GL 12 (at least 9 years post qualification experience)
  9. Assistant Officer GL 11 ( at least 7 years post qualification cognate experience)
  10. Senior Officer GL 10 (at least 6 years post qualification cognate experience)
  11. Junior Officer or Officer Grade II GL 08 (Entry Level)

Federal Civil Service Commission Recruitment Requirements

Candidates applying for Federal Civil Service Commission job must possess or meet the following requirements:

  • Relevant University degree in Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities such as International Studies, Sociology, Political Science, Economics, Law, Business Administration, History, Geography, Environmental Studies, Conflict Studies and International Business.
  • Qualifications grade must be at least 1stClass or 2nd Class Upper Division
  • Relevant Master’s Degree and PH.D in the courses mentioned above
  • Relevant six (6) cognate post qualification requirements for Master’s Degree holders
  • All the above plus confirmation as suitable officer for transfer within the Public Service and nine (9) years post qualification experience for Principal Officer
  • 1 – 3 and twelve (12) years post qualification cognate experience

FCSC Recruitment Process

Suitably qualified candidates can apply through the Federal Civil Service Commission recruitment portal at https://.vacancy.fedcivilservice.gov.ng. Even though the portal is not currently opened as FCSC is not currently recruiting yet, applications only take place online and close 6 weeks after the publication of the vacancy.

N/B: persons eager to apply for the Federal Civil Service Commission are hereby notified that the commission is not currently recruiting as the application form portal remains closed. Meanwhile, we will give prompt update here as soon as the portal opens. So, stay updated. Also, be mindful of the fact that the FCSC forms are for free.

How to Apply for Federal Civil Service Recruitment

  • Login to the application form portal with the details you registered with
  • Fill all the required detail in the fields provided on the application form
  • Upload your credentials and certificate qualifications
  • Submit your application and take a print out
  • Apply while portal opens.

Tips for Successful Application in the FCSC Jobs

  • Apply early. At least be among the first 100 applicants
  • Give authentic information on the application form
  • Give attention to detail while filling the form to avoid mistakes
  • adhere to instruction strictly

Wrapping up

In the above article, I have covered all the necessary information you need to be acquainted with for a successful application process in the Federal Civil Service Commission. Areas covered include information about the FCSC, career overview, salary structure, ranks, recruitment process, recruitment status, application guide, and success tips.

Cute Medical Doctor intends to ask for a Man’s hand in marriage

Dr Halima Abubakar has taken her search for a husband online. Photos:
– A  Cute Female Doctor identified as Halima on Twitter, recently made a bold move – The pretty lady  took her search for a husband to the platform – She told people that she could no longer hide her feelings.

There is mixed reactions after a beautiful Doctor by the name Dr Halima Abubakar has taken to his social media account, tweeter to look for a husband. According to her she said that might propose to a man soon. She tweeted,

” I might just propose to a man soon.”

Here are some of her photos.

Netizens were quick to respond. Here are some of the reactions.

What do you think? Feel free to share your thoughts and opinion in the comment section and also do not forget to share with others.