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How to apply for Oyo State teachers’ recruitment.

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Oyo state government has opened a portal for the recruitment of primary school teachers into public primary schools in the state.

On Tuesday, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran, Chairman of the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board (OYOSUBEB), revealed the application portal during a press conference in Ibadan, the state capital.

According to Dr. Adeniran, the recruitment aims to fill vacancies in public schools across the state.

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He said the portal will begin accepting job applications as from 6:00p.m. today, June 25, 2024, and will remain open for the next three weeks.

He said application will close on Tuesday, 9th of July, 2024.

He advised applicants to provide all required information, as failure to do so may disqualify them from taking the computer-based test.

HOW TO APPLY:

Click on the portal to start application

https://subeb.jobportal.oyostate.gov.ng/login/

https://subeb.jobportal.oyostate.gov.ng/login/

https://subeb.jobportal.oyostate.gov.ng/login/


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NNPC speaks on 7.2% stake in Dangote refinery

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The Nigerian National Petroleum Company Limited (NNPC Ltd) said it now owns a 7.2 per cent stake in the 650,000 barrels per day Dangote refinery.

 

Olufemi Soneye, the chief corporate communications officer of NNPC Ltd, disclosed this in a statement on Sunday.

 

The NNPC Ltd made this known in reaction to reports that the company no longer owns a 20 per cent stake in the refinery


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WHY DO PETROL COME IN DIFFERENT COLOURS, DOES THE COLOUR MATTER ?

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The real name of petrol is PMS (premium motor spirit). Reason for this name is because theybelong to family of spirits like your alcohol and other volatile solvents.

Petrol can come in different colors because of the type of additives used in refining it and there are reasons for that.

Some of the reasons are:

1. EASE OF IDENTIFICATION :

We have about 3 popular categories of petrol, they are:

i) PREMIUN = this one is a high grade and normally comes in pink/ wine red colour.

ii) REGULAR = this one is normally greenish in colour.

iii) The Mid grade, this one is in between the premium and the regular.

The best grade of petrol suppose be the Premium and thats why they named petrol Premium Motor Spirit but its unfortunate we hardly see this grade in this country because they prefer importing the lower grades because they are cheaper.

2. DYE ADDITIVES :

During refining, they normally add dye additives to help indentify the type of fuel and its octane rating for specific uses.

3. OCTANE RATING :

Petrol with higher octane ratings are usually differenciated from the ones with lower octane rating by colour. Different types of engines are built to use specific type of petrol just the way they use different ratings of engine oil. Turning your engine to anything goes fuel is very dangerous to the engine. Always stick to manufacturers recommendation.

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4. ADDITIVES AND TREATMENT :

Some petrol contains additives and detergents for cleaning of the internal components of the engine for improved performance, reduction in emissions and engine lubrication. This is why when you open an engine that comes from abroad no matter how old the car is the engine still looks very clean without sludge but once the car stays here and use our fuel for few months the engine and fuel pump colour changes from gold to dirty brown or black.

5. REGULATION AND CONTROL :

Some countries use different petrol colours for differenciation in areas of control and regulation.

You cant expect a heavy duty petrol engine to use lowest rating of fuel and give you same result, no way.

DIFFERENT COLOURS AND THEIR MEANING.

▪︎ RED = Premium or higher octane fuel.

▪︎ GREEN = Higher octane fuel with additives.

▪︎ Yellow = Regular unleaded fuel.

▪︎ Clear/ water like = Ethanol blended. This is the most common in this country. This is suppose to be for very light engines but see where we are today. Fill your tank, weather you drive or not the fuel will keep evaporating.

 

First thing I  consider before i buy fuel in any filling station is the quality of fuel they sell. Most of our people here are only concerned on the ones selling at cheaper rate without knowing that when you buy white fuel from them at cheaper rate you ended up short changing yourself because its combustion rate will keep you wondering if you actually bought fuel or not.

 

 


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FG suspends cybersecurity levy

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The federal government confirmed on Tuesday the suspension of the implementation of the cybersecurity levy, the imposition of which was recently announced.

Minister of Information and National Orientation Mohammed Idris told correspondents after the meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) presided over by President Bola Tinubu at the Presidential Villa in Abuja that the 0.5% levy on electronic transactions has been put on hold to enable the government to review it.

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However, when asked to confirm the status of the levy, Idris affirmed that the issue was discussed at the FEC meeting and it was resolved that it should be suspended pending a review.

 

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