Buhari never said he won’t hand over to Tinubu — Presidency
RAMADAN TALK DAY 03: Don’t miss Taraweeh
FUT Minna agog as Alumni donates recording studio to Alma mater
CBN releases cash, orders banks to open on weekends
AFCONQ: Super Eagles’ loss to Guinea Bissau unbelievable — Adepoju
Why we must de-colonise our languages – Experts
Nigerians have been urged to promote the use of their native tongues while interacting with one another, as the use of foreign languages not only show the vestiges of colonisation, but is hampering the development of the society in a lot of ways.
Pan-Atlantic University hosts Carnegie African Diaspora Fellow
“Oral histories, which involve collecting people’s memories and perceptions of a period through interviews, allow researchers to understand cultural events”
2023 MOCK-UTME: JAMB to examine 176,408 candidates
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board(JAMB) has said that it will examine 176,408 candidates in its 2023 mock examination scheduled to hold on Thursday, March 30.
WAEC launches EDUSTAT with over 50m candidates on database
The West African Examinations Council, WAEC, said yesterday that the launch of EDUSTAT, an educational statistics platform, has removed the bottleneck and delay associated with access to information regarding the services of the body, noting that the platform currently has the database of over 50 million candidates tested over the years.
TikTok scans public videos to determine users’ ages, says CEO
Amid questioning about TikTok’s use of biometrics in today’s Congressional hearing, TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew offered some insight into how the company vets potentially underage users on its platform.
App hasn’t shared US data with Chinese govt – TikTok CEO
The Chief Executive Officer of TikTok, Shou Zi Chew has said the controversial popular Chinese-owned video-sharing app has never shared the United States data with the authorities in China.
FG finally exempts telecom from 5% Excise Duty
After six months of intense deliberations with the telecommunications industry stakeholders, the federal government has finally exempted the telecom sector from the five percent excise duty approved in 2020 to be paid by all sectors of the economy.
Digital Assets: Hyperspace technologies unveils Keymaster Vault in Africa
A Lagos-based Web3 startup, Hyperspace technologies has announced the launch of its product, the keymaster Vault.
Police: Gathering storm over election allowances
BARRING urgent intervention by the police authorities, the Rank and File of the Nigeria Police Force may take to the streets. This time around, it is surely not to protect lives and property but to vent their frustrations over unpaid election allowances and salary arrears.
Towards Ramadān: what shall we prepare for?
By Afolabi O. Quadri Ramadān as a holy month in Islam cannot be equated with any other month; carrying the heavyweight prescription of Allah for the entire Muslim Ummah to fast. This fasting has been prescribed for communities before that of Prophet Muhammad, though with notable differences. Fasting is essentially for the sake of boosting […]
Key factors that shaped Tinubu’s victory
On Wednesday, the presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, was officially declared the President-elect and presented his certificate of return by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.
National Assembly: The Shape of incoming 10th House of Reps
By Levinus Nwabughiogu, Abuja With the declaration of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) as President-elect by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the conclusion of the National Assembly elections, it has become clearer that a new government is underway. The new government is also heralding […]