Archive | October, 2016

U.K. Growth Shows an Economy Resilient to Brexit

The U.K. economy grew faster than economists forecast in the third quarter, with services single-handedly ensuring resilience against any Brexit fallout. The 0.5 percent expansion was better than the 0.3 percent median forecast of economists in a Bloomberg survey. Services surged 0.8 percent, offsetting declines in construction and production, its performance helped by box-office receipts […]

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Education must top governments’ priority list, says Oshiomhole – Nigeria Today

Governor Adams Oshiomhole says education must top the priority list of governments at all levels, if the country must make any headway. Speaking at the 20th convocation of the school, where seven finished in First Class Division for the 2013/2014 and 2014/2015 sessions, Oshiomhole urged management of universities to, on their parts, ensure that schools […]

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Don’t shut down oil facilities, Nigerian military warns aggrieved host communities – Premium Times Nigeria

The Joint Military Force deployed to the Niger Delta, Operation Delta Safe, says it will not tolerate any attempt by aggrieved communities to shut down oil facilities under any guise. Joseph Okojie, commander of the joint force, stated this on Wednesday when the Bayelsa Oil and Gas Task Force paid a familiarisation visit to the […]

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IOC threatens Nigeria over Heritage bank ‘Skoolympics’ – Vanguard News

Nigeria could incur the wrath of the International Olympic Committee, if the organisers of the Lagos Heritage Bank ‘Skoolympics’ failed to desist from using the name of the Olympics for commercials purposes. Nigeria Olympic Committee secretary-general, Tunde Popoola was said to have received a letter from the IOC warning of the consequences of  infringing on […]

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Putin’s Greatest Warning to The West Yet: Russia Unveils First Image of its Satan 2 Super-Nuke Capable of Wiping Out England and Wales

The RS-28 Sarmat missile, dubbed Satan 2, will replace the SS-18  Flies at 4.3 miles (7km) per sec and with a range of 6,213 miles (10,000km)  The weapons are perceived as part of an increasingly aggressive Russia It could deliver a warhead of 40 megatons – 2,000 times as powerful as the atom bombs dropped on […]

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Imported commercial vehicles must be fitted with speed limiter from January 1 – FRSC – Vanguard News

Kaduna -The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Mr Boboye Oyeyemi, on Monday said all commercial vehicles coming into the country from January 1, 2017 must be fitted with speed limiter. Oyeyemi stated this in Kaduna when he visited the FRSC Sector Command for routine interaction with personnel to strengthen operational duties […]

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when the other room became the topic of conversation | SocDaily

What happens in the other room stays in other room. Read top twitter conversations as regarding this. Number 4 will make you laugh out loud!! Source: when the other room became the topic of conversation | SocDaily

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These Tweets Sum Up The Chelsea Vs Manchester United Match

The Massacre at Stamford Bridge Source: These Tweets Sum Up The Chelsea Vs Manchester United Match

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Finally, APC Accepts Responsibility for Nigeria’s Poor Economic Situation, Promises Solution

After several months of blaming the erstwhile ruling party, PDP, for the current state of Nigeria’s economy, the APC has accepted responsibility. The ruling party also promised to fix the problems. The APC’s position was stated by Governor Rochas Okorocha who briefed journalists after a meeting between the party’s governors and President Muhammadu Buhari at […]

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Cameroon train crash death toll rises to 80 – Vanguard News

Eighty people have been confirmed dead and more than 600 others injured, three days after the derailment of a passenger train in Cameroon. The Transport Minister, Edgar Mebe’Ngo’o, on Monday said in Yaounde that government was expecting the toll to rise further. “There may still be corpses hidden in the rubbles, and we have critical […]

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Police to create special unit to tackle cybercrime – Vanguard News

The Nigeria Police Force on Monday said it would create a Specialists Unit to deal with the rising cases of cybercrime in the country. The Inspector-General of Police (I-G), Mr Ibrahim Idris, disclosed this at a three-day Training Workshop on Cybercrime for police officers in Abuja. Idris was represented by AIG Umar Shehu, Assistant Inspector-General […]

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Recession: Dangote sacks 36 expatriates, 12 Nigerians – Punch Newspapers

The current recession rocking the Nigerian economy has hit one of the biggest employers of labour in the country outside of the government as the Dangote Group, belonging to Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, has fired 48 members of staff. Our correspondents gathered that those sacked were made up of 36 expatriate and 12 Nigerian […]

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Experts Urge Nigerians to Publish Fraudsters’ Phone Numbers

Security experts in Lagos on Sunday urged Nigerians to publish and report phone numbers of suspected fraudsters on every available platform, so that the appropriate security agencies could go after them. In separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos, they said that reporting the numbers would reduce cases of fraudsters who […]

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10 Things You’ve Always Done WRONG!

Have you ever wondered why your earphone falls off your ear? Do you know how to eat popcorn from the paperback without getting your hands soiled? Like this post if you learnthink something new.

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