Servetek is currently running a ‘Management Trainee Programme’. The aim of this programme is to build and nurture our institution through the development of our youth today.
Servetek has placed an advert in The Guardian Newspaper of today (15th June 2010). We are seeking to employ fresh graduates that are ready to start a career in any Engineering company of repute.
Servetek aims to develop these trainees to build their competence level and progress to managerial positions.
Servetek is seeking:
· First degree in any Engineering discipline from a reputable university
· Minimum class of 2.1
· NYSC completion by end June 2010
· Not older than 28 years of age by June 30th 2010
· Should have an entrepreneurial spirit, IT savvy, highly creative, analytical and a strong team player.
You are encouraged to direct any one that fits the selection criteria above to www.servetek.net/registration. Please note that the closing date is July 6th 2010.
This is a great opportunity and the HR department welcomes your support to make this a success!
HR Performance Management & Training
0805 509 7407
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
Christine Ibie-Ibori was found guilty on all nine counts of money laundering and mortgage fraud. She was detained as soon as the court rose today and sent to prison. The Southwark Crown Court Judge, Christopher Hardy, is awaiting a psychiatric assessment report on her before setting her prison sentence. Efforts by her lawyers to secure her bail were denied.
A legal source told Saharareporters that the jury’s decision regarding Udoamaka Okoronkwo would determine if Ibori’s former mistress is to stand trial with Ibori's wife, Theresa Nkoyo, and his London-based lawyer, Bhadresh Gohil. The prosecution of Mrs. Ibori and Mr. Gohil will commence later this month in the same court. A third trial involving Mr. Gohil, James Ibori, former Governor Victor Attah of Akwa Ibom, and two UK citizens as well as the former private secretary to Umaru Yar'adua, Mr. David Edevbie, will follow later in the year.
UK authorities are currently seeking the extradition of Ibori from Dubai to the UK. A London-based lawyer told Saharareporters that, if the extradition succeeds, Ibori’s trial in the UK on the laundering of Delta State assets worth £70 million pounds, “may well be an international test case in the effort to curtail the illicit outflow of funds from Africa.”
Mr. Ibori remains under arrest in Dubai awaiting extradition hearings by a UAE court.
Several eyewitnesses told Saharareporters that some courageous youngsters prevented the rogue oba’s escape, but that officers of the Nigerian police ran to rescue him as the angry youth vandalized one of his cars.
The police contingent escorted the Oba to safety, claiming that his hideous assault on his wife was a domestic affair between husband and wife. The police guided him into the safety of his well-fortified palace a few meters away.
The battered woman is currently admitted at State Specialist Hospital in Akure across from her house. “I find it difficult to believe that a man who called himself a traditional ruler would inflict this kind of bodily harm on another person,” said a nurse who is involved in treating the Oba’s estranged wife.
One source said that law enforcement officials took a statement from the battered woman but told her they were powerless to help her or prosecute her batterer.
The pictures tell the savage story.