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Friday, November 27, 2015

Nigeria now 22ND largest economy in the world, China the 1St

NIGERIA has been adjudged the world's 22nd largest economy with an annual growth rate of 5% during the course of 2015 according to the latest survey of the planet's wealthiest countries the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Sunday, July 5, 2015

PDP Drags Katsina state Governor and Assembly to court

The Katsina State chapter of PDP has instituted a legal action against the state governor, Aminu Bello Masari and the state house of assembly over alleged move to dissolve the 34 local government councils in the state.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

President Buhari assures giving possible support to victims of terrorism

President Muhammadu Buhari Tuesday, June, 30, 2015 in Abuja applauded steps being taken by the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) and other agencies of government to rehabilitate victims of terrorism and violent extremism in Nigeria.

Jeddah Among World’s Top 10 Cheapest Cities

The Saudi Arabian city offers a “cheap cost of living in a more stable environment,” says new survey.

The Saudi Arabian city of Jeddah is among the top 10 cheapest cities in the world, according to the 2013 Worldwide Cost of Living survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).

Friday, June 12, 2015

Nigerian Student Becomes Winner Of Microsoft Contest

A student from Lagos became one of the winners of a contest organized by Microsoft that asked young people from around the world to submit an idea to address a social issue through technology in their communities.

Saturday, September 13, 2014

Yahoo Faced $250,000-Day Fine for Not Giving U.S. Data

Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO:US) might have had to pay millions of dollars per day in fines if the company kept refusing to comply with U.S. government requests for its users’ Internet data, newly released documents show. In a small victory for Yahoo’s legal challenges to U.S. spying, a court permitted the company to release yesterday 1,500 pages of partly redacted documents that shed light on the scope and force of the government’s surveillance methods.

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Apple unveils big-screened iPhone 6 Plus, all-new Apple Watch and Apple Pay

Screen envy no more: the iPhone 6 Plus boasts a 5.5-inch display — large enough to compete with giant rival handsets from Samsung and HTC. There’s also a smaller iPhone 6 for folks who want more options. And the company unveiled not one, but three smartwatch models, as well as a surprise for U2 fans.

Saturday, September 6, 2014

Saudi Steps Up Ebola, MERS Monitoring Ahead Of Haj

The Kingdom has stationed health officials at all entry ports to monitor the health status of pilgrims coming to perform Haj, officials said. Saudi Arabia has set up a command center that will closely monitor Haj pilgrims for symptoms of the Ebola virus and MERS corona-virus, a senior health official told reporters.

Thursday, September 4, 2014

Half-year remittances by Nigerians in Diaspora hit $10.4b

On the first half of this year, $10.40 billion was remitted to the country by Nigerians abroad. These huge money include contributions through remittances to their families, friends, communities, medical missions and provision of scholarships, the Minister of Finance and Coordinating Minister of the Economy, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has said.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

FIFA To Discuss Dates For 2022 Qatar World Cup On Sept 8

Officials from football associations worldwide will debate on whether to shift the tournament from the summer months.
Football regulating body FIFA has said that will begin discussing the possible dates for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar during a meeting that it is convening with football officials next week.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Here Is What Coffee Actually Does To Your Brain

Here Is What Coffee Actually Does To Your Brain (SHARE THIS) Coffee wakes you up in the morning and keeps you alert throughout the day, but how does its magic ingredient actually work?

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Saudi’s King Abdullah Says US, Europe Could Be Next Terror Targets

King Abdullah warned that terrorism could spread to the West if strong action is not taken against the growing threat posed by militants in the Middle East. Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah has called for strong global measures to combat terrorism, warning that such threats could soon “target the west”.

Samsung Unveils Smartwatch That Can Make Calls Without A Phone

The Gear S has a 2-inch curved display and offers features like WiFi connectivity, pedestrian navigation and a built-in GPS. Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Thursday unveiled what it said was the first smart-watch capable of making and receiving calls without a mobile phone nearby, in the South Korean firm’s latest effort to find a new growth driver.

Qatar To Help Rebuild Gaza

Qatar has said that it will help rebuild the war-torn economy of Gaza following the ceasefire agreement reached between Hamas and Israel in Cairo this week, local media reported.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Katsina disburses N100m to victims of gunmen attack

The Katsina State Government on Monday began the disbursement of N100 million to victims of gunmen attack in Sabuwa and Faskari Local Government Areas of the state. Unidentified gunmen raided several communities in the two areas, killed 117 persons and injured 37 while 708 were displaced between March 11 and March 12.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Dubai Ranked 7th Among Top 10 Influencial Cities In The World

The emirate ranked seventh on the list, beating Los Angeles, Beijing and Sydney.

Dubai has been ranked the seventh most influential city in the world, above global cities such as Los Angeles, Beijing and Sydney, according to a new list published by Forbes magazine.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Understanding the Ebola Virus” Global Education Platform launches Free Online Course on Ebola Awareness

“Understanding the Ebola Virus” Global Education Platform launches Free Online Course on Ebola Awareness On August 8th 2014, the World Health Organization declared an international public health emergency as a result of the Ebola outbreak. A Free Course on “Understanding the Ebola Virus” has been launched with the aim of helping to spread awareness and knowledge of the Ebola Virus, its dangers and threats, and information on how to avoid it among millions of online learners across Africa and worldwide. ebola facts ALISON is one of Africa’s largest educators with approaching one million learners across the continent. With learners in every country worldwide, the ALISON free learning platform can be used as an efficient way of getting timely health literacy information and training to millions. Mobile enabled, ALISON has significant student numbers in the most affected countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. It has over 100,000 learners in neighboring Nigeria and 50,000 in Ghana which have experienced new outbreaks of the disease. Commenting on the launch of the “Understanding the Ebola Virus” course, ALISON CEO & Founder Mike Feerick stated that “as one of Africa’s largest educators we have a responsibility, as well as the opportunity to spread awareness and knowledge of the Ebola virus and help the global effort to contain the spread of this deadly disease.” Dr Eric Corbett, Head of Content at ALISON stated that the fact that online courses can be updated instantly as new information appears make it a dynamic and an especially useful communication and effective learning tool. While internet penetration in rural areas across Africa is below global averages, the use of mobile phones is climbing at exceptional rates making many more people reachable than ever before. Organizations wishing to use the free learning infrastructure for this course can do so directly via the ALISON website. The course was developed using as core content the World Health Organization, and the United States based CDC (Centre of Disease Control) Guidelines. To access the Free Course “Understanding the Ebola Virus”, please click here. To apply for a free learner group for your school, college or Workplace, contact including the words “EBOLA” in the subject line of your email. Include the number of students you wish to enrol in this free course.

“Understanding the Ebola Virus” Global Education Platform launches Free Online Course on Ebola Awareness On August 8th 2014, the World Health Organization declared an international public health emergency as a result of the Ebola outbreak.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

7 Foods That Are Bad For Your Brain

 7 Foods That Are Bad For Your Brain 

             We have all heard the touted benefits of “smart” foods that can boost our brain power by increasing alertness, memory, and even brain cell production. While we try to eat our way to good physical and mental health, we often ingest willingly, and unknowingly, foods that can have an impact on our brain development.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Latest New Words Added To The Oxford English Dictionary.

Latest new words added to the Oxford English Dictionary 

                         Oxford editors have welcomed a new batch of words to their database, validating young people and making life less confusing for old people Oxford Dictionaries, the arm of the Oxford family that focuses on current English, announced on Wednesday that they’ve added the latest batch of words to their ranks.