Job Title: Quality Control Manager

Job Title: Quality Control Manager

Job Responsibilities

  • Manage the provision of analytical services (finished products, intermediate products, raw materials and packaging materials/components).
  • Have complete authority and responsibility for the sampling, testing, acceptance and rejection of all raw materials, packaging materials, intermediate materials being received into the company to ensure only materials of acceptable quality are received at all times.
  • Have complete authority and responsibility for the sampling, testing, acceptance and rejection of intermediate and finished products produced by the company.
  • Develop testing, manufacturing, packaging procedures and other critical quality documents, and manage their controls to ensure world-class Quality Management System.
  • Develop testing specifications, monographs and reports for all raw/packaging materials, finished and intermediate products.


  • B.Sc. / HND in Applied Sciences, especially Chemistry, Biochemistry, Industrial Chemistry,
  • Post graduate qualifications in science desirable.
  • Minimum of 5 years experience in Quality Management Process of a pharmaceutical company
  • Practical instrumentation method of analysis, a must.
  • Must be computer literate.

To Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their CV to: tnlrecruitment01@gmail.comusing the position as subject of email.

Application Deadline: 23rd October, 2020.


How to prepare Breadfruit aka ukwa from start to finish

In this post, I will show you how to prepare ukwa from scratch.

There are two methods which you can use to take the seed out from its pot.

The first method is to cut the breadfruit into to smaller piece, and start removing the seed.

While the second method is to allow it to decay, then put it inside a plastic basket and wash until its clean.

Steps on how to remove the peels.

1. Put the ukwa in a pot and allow to boil for 1 min

2. Drain water out of the pot with a sieve and allow to cool.

3.Blend to remove the peels.

4.Separate the chaff from the seed.

How to Cook ukwa

1. Put the ukwa in a pot and add water enough to cover it.

2. Allow to boil until it becomes soft.

3. Add more water if the initial one has dried up.Then add pepper, Ogri, palm oil and salt to taste.

4. Allow to boil for about ten minutes.

5. Serve with a chilled drink.

Note: Protein is optional.


How to make Nigerian pancakes aka Diet

Pancakes also referred to as diet in some part of Nigeria, is a delicious snacks that can be eaten with custard, pap, coffee, tea or cocoa.


Below is how to make pancakes in Nigeria.




1. 1 cup of Flour


2. 2 fresh Eggs


3. 1 cooking spoon Vegetable oil


4. Salt to taste


5. 2 table spoon Sugar


6. Ground pepper


7. Water


8. Liquid milk





1. Break eggs in to a bowl and add the vegetable oil and salt and beat till smooth. Then add a little water and set aside.


2. Sieve flour to remove any form of dirt.


3. Add the flour to the eggs and mix very well.


4. Add sugar to the liquid milk and mix very well.


5. Add the milk and the ground pepper to the flour and egg mixture and mix well. Then add more water if need be and mix again.


6. Put a frying pan on the fire, add a little vegetable oil and allow to heat for 5 seconds on a low heat. Then take a little of the flour mixture with a cooking spoon and fry until brown, flip to the other side repeat the process.


7. Serve with custard, pap, tea, cocoa or coffee.


Two easy different ways of making palm oil in the comfort of your home

In this post, I will show you how to make palm oil in the comfort of your home.There are two methods which you can use to produce palm oil at home.

I learned one from my mum, and the other method from a family friend. Now like they say, everything that has advantage also has a disadvantage.

In the first method, the advantage is that it takes less time to cook. But the disadvantage is that, it consumes a lot of water.

Now the advantage of the second method is that, it consumes less water but takes a longer time to cook. Anyways, I will show you both methods, so you can decide which is most suitable for you. This process does not require much.

The items you need are;

Palm fruit

Mortar and pestle

Pot ( the quantity of the palm fruit will determine the size of the pot)





But in this post, I will also show you how you can make palm oil without a mortar and a pestle.

Just follow these simple steps:

Method 1.

Put a basket of palm fruit in a pot large enough to contain it.

Pour water into the pot. The water should cover the palm fruit.

Boil until soft.

Drain the water out, and allow to cool a little.

Mash the palm fruit with your hands very well, add cold water and mash again for about 20 minutes.

Fill another basin with water, gradually take part of the mashed palm fruits and put into the fresh water.

Remove the chaff and the nut with a sieve.

Repeat the process until all the mashed palm fruit is finished.

Pour the liquid into a large pot and cook. After sometime, the oil will begin to float on top.

Use a clean plate and gradually fetch it.

Allow to boil again for a few minutes and repeat the process until there’s no more palm oil in the pot.

Method 2:

The process is similar to method one. Except that after you have finished removing the chaff and nut from the basin which you filled with fresh water, then use you hand to take the oil and pour into a pot.

Repeat the process until you have finished washing the mashed palm fruit.

Then put the pot on the fire and cook until the water in the pot is completely dried up.

Allow to cool, then pour into a container.


How to produce Cassava fufu ( Akpu, santana, loi-loi, packet shirt) from scratch

Cassava fufu also referred to as Akpu or Santana or Loi loi or Packet shirt, is a meal made from fermented cassava.

Many people do not like it because of the smell. But people who like it say it’s more filling than any other swallow.

Some people refer to it as six to six, meaning that it can carry you for a long time, before you feel hungry again.

Below is how you can make Akpu from scratch

Get a basin or a basket of cassava.

Peel and wash the cassava.

Put them in a bucket with cover, add water and make sure it covers the cassava. Then cover the bucket and allow for about four to five days to ferment.

fill a basin with water, put a plastic basket inside, put some of the fermented cassava and wash till it’s remaining the chaff.

Throw away the chaff and repeat the process until the fermented cassava is finished.

Pour into a bag and allow for 24 hours for the water in the bag to drain

finally,Pour into a bucket and store in a cool dry place.

Your Akpu is now ready to be cooked.


How to prepare moimoi ( Bean pudding)

Items needed for this lovely meal are;



Nylon, moimoi leaves, or moimoi plates ( The plates can either be plastic or aluminium).




Beans 4 cups

Pepper ( blended)

Crayfish ( blended)

Seasoning 2 cubes

Onions 1 ball

Salt to taste

Fish or eggs is optional

Vegetable oil


Put beans in a sieve to remove sand.

Put beans in a basin, add a little water and massage to remove skin.

Then add plenty water so that the chaff can float.

Separate chaff from the main beans by pouring it into a sieve.

Repeat the process until the chaff is completely out.

Pour beans into a grinder and grind together with onions.

Add pepper, crayfish, seasoning, and water. Stir and then add salt to taste.


Finally add the vegetable oil and stir.

Tie in a leaf, nylon or pour into moimoi plates.

Cook for 50 minutes.

Serve with pap, custard or drink.

How to cook ofe ede (cocoyam soup) with Ugu ( pumpkin)

Ofe ede also known as cocoyam soup is a type of soup that is common in igbo land. The igbos use ede (cocoyam) to

cook  different types of soup. Examples of soup made with ede are Ofe onugbu ( bitter leaf) soup, Ofe oha, Ofe

Nsala, Ofe Mpoto ede (cocoyam leaf soup), etc.

So in this article, I will show you how to make cocoyam soup with pumpkin.

The items you need are;


Big spoon

Mortar and pestle

Small basin


Ingredients :

Ede (Cocoyam)

pepper (Blended)

crayfish (Blended)


palm oil

ugu (pumkin)





Note; If you do not have a mortar, you can use cocoyam flour. So I used cocoyam yam flour to prepare mine.


Wash and cut the vegetable and set aside.

Wash and season the protein.

Add palm oil, crayfish, pepper, seasoning and ogiri.

Add a little water and allow to boil for about 10 minutes.

Add the cocoyam flour gradually and stir as you do so to avoid lumps.

Add salt to taste. Allow to boil for 20 minutes.

Finally, add the pumpkin and allow to cook for 2 minutes.

Serve with any swallow.

How to prepare Ndudu ( Red Kidney Beans)

Kidney beans is very nutritious and medicinal too. It has so many health benefits one of which is to reduce the sugar level in our body.

Traditional health experts believe that the water gotten from the beans after you parboil it can be used to reduce sugar level in the body.

Ingredients :

Kidney beans

Palm fruit

Dry fish







Procedures :

Boil beans for about 30 min, sieve and then pour the water out into a container and set aside.


Then cook the beans till it becomes soft, and set aside.

Cook the palm fruit for about 20-30 min

Bring it down, put the cooked palm fruit into a mortar and pound. If you do not have a mortar, you can mash it. Remember to sieve the water out before pounding.

Add a little water to the pounded palm fruit and wash to extract some palm oil.

Throw away the palm fruit and its chaff.

Then put the extracted palm oil together with the water, and allow it to boil for about 10 min.

Add all the ingredients ( pepper, onions, crayfish, seasoning, the dry fish and salt to taste.)

Allow to boil for 5 min, add the beans.

Finally add the Ugba and cook till done.


Meat (cowtail or any beef of choice)

Dry fish

Tribe (towel & roundabout)

Cow skin (kpomo or kanda)

Stockfish head or body

1 cup of Periwinkle in shell

2 small bunch of Atama leaves

Palm fruit

3 tablespoons of ground crayfish

Uyayak (local spice)

Knorr & Maggi cube

2 litres of Water (for extraction of the oily liquid)


Salt to taste.


Wash periwinkles thoroughly. Then Wash and boil the palm fruits for about 30
minutes. Strain off the water and pound the palm fruit until the pulp/fibre separates from
the nuts.

Boil some clean water and add to the pounded palm fruit and mix thoroughly to
separate the oily extract from the rest of the pulp, then strain off the oily extract.

Wash, cut up and season your meat and steam, Then add about 1 cups of water and
the stockfish head and continue boiling for about 20 minutes till the meat is almost
cooked, and remove from heat.

Cut the Atama leaves into very fine pieces. Pound them for about 10 minutes till the
leaves are finely pounded put it in a basin and wash, changing d water till d bitterness and
slowness is reduced. Then place the oily extract on the burner and allow to boil to remove
all moisture.

Add cooked meat and stock, periwinkle, crayfish, pepper, maggi, onions and Uyayak.

Then add d dry fish, Stir and allow to boil for about 10 minutes. Add the atama leaves and
boil. Stir and add salt to taste.

Allow to simmer for another 15 ?10 minutes or until slightly thick. Remove from heat
and serve with pounded yam, garri or cassava fufu.




*1 kilo chicken? or 1 full chicken


*10 fresh and plum tomatoes?

*4 medium spring onions?

*10 medium carrots?

*1 small cabbage?

*1 big green(bell)pepper??

*4 medium Irish potatoes ?

*1 cooking spoon of vegetable oil ?

*Spices: maggi, thyme?, curry, garlic, ginger and

Salt to taste


Wash the chicken put in a pot, add water, onions and the spices? and put on heat to
cook. When cooked remove chicken from the stock, allow to cool, then remove the
bones, slice into small pieces and set aside.

Wash the liver and put it in a pot add a little water and salt then boil on medium heat for
about 3mins?. When cooked drain the water allow it to cool then cut it into chunks and set

Peel the potatoes, wash them, cut them in chunks and blend with a blender?. Keep the
potato paste aside.

Wash the carrots, scrape of the back and slice into cubes. ?

Wash the green pepper, remove the seed and cut into strips.

Wash the tomatoes, spring onions and cabbage and cut them into small pieces.

Pass the chicken stock through a sieve to separate any bones in the stock, pour the stock
into a pot, and set the pot on heat. When it starts to boil, add the spring onions, cabbage
and tomatoes, cover pot and allow to cook for 10-15 mins. Add the carrots, chicken and
potato paste, cover pot and allow to cook for abt 1 min. Lastly add the liver and green
pepper and leave on heat for about 1 min. Remove from heat and serve with rice.


*The quantity of ingredients above serves about 10 persons. ?

*You can use corn starch, or oats as thickener instead of the potatoes.

* There are several variations of preparing this meal. You can decide to add more
vegetables or protein. Feel free to experiment on what suits you best.? Cheers!