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Internationally Accredited Fumigation And Pest Control Training

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Our organization has been promoting self-reliance via entrepreneurial skills by empowering participants through certified professional training in pest control and fumigation,with  intensive practical sessions using prominent pest control equipment and informing prospective participants of necessary details required to establish a successful pest control company in Nigeria.

Pest control business is a lucrative business in Nigeria with relatively low start-up cost, but professional skills and adequate training is necessary to qualify for a state or federal license.

Rotimax Integrated Services Ltd, a licensed and insured pest control training and service provider offers comprehensive Pest Control and fumigation training throughout Nigeria. Over the years, we have established a solid reputation for effective and quality training. Our pest control and fumigation training solutions are tailored to allow you to become proficient with the latest methods in pest control and pest management, providing you with detailed manuals and practical training.

This upcoming fumigation and pest control training has been endorsed by Environmental Health Association of Nigeria (E.H.O.A.N) and Pest Control Association of Nigeria (P.E.C.A.N), proudly supported by Alcochem Hygiene and Wacot Ltd.

We previously collaborated with Lagos state ministry of Environment, Cleaning practitioners of Nigeria (CPAN) in conjunction with Alcochem Hygiene, Netherlands regards professional trainings on how to legally and safely control rats,mosquitoes,bedbugs,snakes, cockroaches etc.

 

We offer Corporate Training and also One-on-One (Private) Training for organizations and individuals. Course content for this programme is available on request:

WHY DO I NEED THIS TRAINING?

To administer professional pest control services you’re required to be professionally trained, and if you’re using pesticides, you have a legal obligation, under the Control of environmental laws, to be adequately trained and competent. You also have a safety obligation to the environment, other people and non-target species, as well as yourself. By attending our courses, participants will learn how to control pests and rodents safely, legally and effectively, safety precautions and relevant license to operate in Nigeria.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Facility Managers
  • Environmental Consultant
  • Representatives of Pest Control companies
  • Graduate
  • Job Seekers
  • Interested individuals
  • Corps members/ HSE officers
  • Health Officers Representatives of Organizations and more.

For participants that meets up with the early bird registration, free personal protective equipment like Cover all, hand glove, safety goggle will be given free of charge while those who register late will have to buy at the venue. Access to the practical session is only guaranteed with full complaint to PPE`s. This is important as we want participants to operate various equipment on the fieldby themselves instead of seeing how it’s been operated.

 

Date: Nov. 2nd – 3rd (Friday/Saturday) 2018.

Venue: LCCI Conference Center, Alausa-Ikeja, Lagos.

Early bird registration with free starter pack (Before October 15th, 2018

 

Please click link on this link to register. http://training.rotimax.com

 

If you have any questions or concerns throughout this application process, please feel free to contact us at 08024509532 or via e-mail at [email protected] or visit www.rotimax.com

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CBN issues fresh guidelines on payments system

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CBN Headquarters Abuja

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Thursday issued regulatory guidelines for the operation of Indirect Participants in the Payments System, with effect from Nov. 11.

The apex bank made this known in a circular issued by CBN’s Director, Payments System Management Department, Mr Sam Okojere, to banks.

The Indirect Participants are payments service providers who are non-clearing financial institutions but settle their payments obligations through clearing banks.

According to the guideline, to qualify as an indirect participant, an institution shall: have a satisfactory risk-based rating from the CBN and secure a letter of recommendation from its direct participating bank, signed by the Chief Risk Officer and an Executive Director of the direct participating bank.

The bank also directed that an indirect participant expected to settle all its payments obligations through only one direct participating bank per payment scheme at any given time.

“The relationship between a direct participating bank and an indirect participant shall be governed by a Settlement Agreement.

“Where the account of an indirect participant with a direct participating bank is not adequately funded, the direct participating bank may decline further settlement services to the indirect participant and inform the payment processor accordingly.

“Except as otherwise agreed, a direct participating bank or an indirect participant shall give at least thirty 30 days’ notice to the other party before terminating the Settlement
Agreement for any other reason apart from the circumstances in 3.4.

“The terminating party shall notify the Payments Service Provider (PSP) of its intention to terminate.

“A direct participating bank and an indirect participating bank shall enter into a bilateral agreement to guide the relationship.

“Where an indirect participant connects directly to a PSP for transaction processing, the indirect participant, direct participating bank, and the PSP shall enter into a tripartite agreement”, the bank directed.

It also directed that indirect participants must process their e-reference instruments through the direct participating bank or directly, through the Nigeria Inter-Bank Settlement System (NIBSS).

“In the latter option, NIBSS shall indicate the source, (bank, indirect participant)
of the e-reference requests.

“The receiving bank shall not discriminate between e-references originating from banks and indirect participants.

“An indirect participant shall comply with the applicable provisions of the Nigeria Bankers’ Clearing System Rules (NBCS)”.

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Foursquare Suspends UNILAG Lecturer/Pastor Exposed By BBC Sex-For-Mark Documentary

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The Foursquare Gospel Church has asked Dr Boniface Igbeneghu, a senior lecturer at the University of Lagos, Akoka, to step down from all ministerial assignments.

This was released in a statement on Monday by the National Secretary of the church, Ikechukwu Ugbaja, the church dissociated itself from Igbeneghu, saying appropriate measures would be taken against him. The associate professor had been filmed making amorous advances at a ‘prospective student’ of the University of Lagos.

The ‘student’ who was actually an undercover reporter, had introduced herself to Igbeneghu as an admission seeker. She had also claimed to be 17 years old. The senior lecturer had shut the door against her and demanded a kiss, as he drew her closer to himself.

The video had attracted criticisms from Nigerians, who demanded that the lecturer be punished. The church’s national secretary said action was being taken on the matter.

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He said, “The attention of the leadership of the Foursquare Gospel Church in Nigeria has been drawn to a video clip trending on social media platforms titled, ‘Sex for grades: Undercover in West Africa Universities – BBC News’ wherein a lecturer at the University of Lagos named Boniface Igbeneghu, also described as a pastor in Foursquare Gospel Church, was allegedly involved in sexual misconduct with some female students of the university.

“The general public is hereby informed that as holiness and Bible-believing church, we do not condone such heinous and unscriptural acts among our ministers. We totally dissociate ourselves from the purported conduct of Dr Igbeneghu and promise to take appropriate measures as soon as the ongoing investigation is concluded.

“Meanwhile, the pastor in question has been asked to step down from all ministerial assignments.”

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BREAKING: UNILAG suspends Dr Boniface, lecturer caught on video sexually harassing ‘admission seeker’

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The University of Lagos has suspended its lecturer who was involved in a sex-for-marks scandal. The lecturer was exposed in a video by BBC Africa where an undercover journalist, Kiki Mordi, disguised as a 17-year-old admission seeker.

The vice-chancellor of the institution, Oluwatoyin Ogundipe, confirmed the development to PREMIUM TIMES in an interview Monday afternoon.

Mr Ogundipe said the lecturer has been suspended indefinitely. “A panel will be set up to investigate the issue,” he said.

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The investigation is part of a broader one that uncovers the sex for grade crises in universities in Nigeria and Ghana.

The UNILAG lecturer, Boniface Igbeneghu, is a former sub-dean of Faculty of Art and head pastor of local Foursquare Gospel Church.

Mr Igbeneghu invited the ‘admission seeker’ to his office for ‘tutorials’ and at their first meeting asked: “how old are you?”.

After responding, the lecturer commented on her appearance.

“Don’t you know you are a beautiful girl? Do you know I am a pastor and I am in my 50s but if I want a girl of 17 years, all I need is a sweet tongue and put some money,” he said.

He later continued with the harassment of the undercover reporter oblivious that he was being filmed.

Many Nigerians have called for the suspension and investigation of the lecturer.

Source :- Premium Times

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