Month: January 2021

Lagos PDP supports Makinde, says party will win state in 2023

APC tasks members on fresh registrationLagos State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has declared support and adoption of what it described as Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde’s “revolutionary leadership style.” In a statement issued by the state PDP Publicity Secretary, Taofik Gani, the party said Makinde’s leadership style was strategic and strong enough …

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Sacked EKSU technologists want Fayemi to stop appeal against reinstatement

Sacked technologists at Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti have appealed to Governor Kayode Fayemi, to prevail on the institution’s authorities to discontinue the process of appeal against the industrial court judgment which reinstates them. The 32 technologists, who said they were happy with the industrial court judgment and were preparing to resume their duty posts, …

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ON THIS DAY IN 1992, REBEL FORCES OCCUPIED ZAIRE’S NATIONAL RADIO STATION IN KINSHASA AND BROADCAST A DEMAND FOR THE GOVERNMENT’S RESIGNATION.

As if that wasn’t bad enough, things got really dicey when Brendan Fraser and his band, the Lone Rangers, force the DJ to play their demo tape on the air in a bid to get a record deal. There had been conflicts in Zaire right from 1977 through the 1980s and 1990s.During the 1980s, Zaire …

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ON THIS DAY IN 1973, A CHARTERED BOEING 707 EXPLODED IN FLAMES UPON LANDING AT THE KANO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN NIGERIA, KILLING 176 PERSONS OF THE 202 PERSONS ON BOARD.

On this day in 1973, a chartered Boeing 707 exploded in flames upon landing at the Kano International Airport, Nigeria, killing 176 Persons.The chartered Boeing 707 passenger flight crashed while attempting to land at the Airport. It is one of the worst aviation disaster ever to take place in Nigeria, as 176 passengers and crew …

ON THIS DAY IN 1973, A CHARTERED BOEING 707 EXPLODED IN FLAMES UPON LANDING AT THE KANO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IN NIGERIA, KILLING 176 PERSONS OF THE 202 PERSONS ON BOARD. Read More »

UniJos Student Unveils a Pathway for Easier and Better Learning Experience

As tertiary institutions across Nigeria reopen after the COVID-19 lockdown and the ASUU strike, Seth Michael Longe who is a software developer and a computer science student of the University of Jos has decided to leverage EdTech so as to provide an easy learning experience for students. In February 2020, Seth founded UnifiedCamp with the aim …

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In 1931 King George V of Great Britain Shocked his Countrymen and Women by Appointing a Person of Indigenous Australian Origin as Prime Minister

On this day in 1931, Sir Isaac Alfred Isaacs, popularly known as Isaacs Isaacs was sworn in as the first Australian-born Governor-General of Australia. He was an Australian lawyer, politician, and judge who served as the ninth Governor-General of Australia, in office from 1931 to 1936. He had previously served on the High Court of …

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In 2018, Rocket Lab’s Electron Became the First to Reach Orbit an Electric Pump-Fed Engine

ON THIS DAY IN 2018, ROCKET LAB’S ELECTRON BECAME THE FIRST ROCKET TO REACH ORBIT USING AN ELECTRIC PUMP-FED ENGINE. On this day in 2018, Rocket Lab’s Electron became the first rocket to reach orbit using an electric pump-fed engine and deployed three CubeSats. Rocket Lab is a private American aerospace manufacturer and smallsat launcher …

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In 2009, Israel Withdrew From Gaza Strip Officially Ending a Three Week War It Had With Hamas

ON THIS DAY IN 2009, ISRAEL WITHDREW FROM GAZA STRIP OFFICIALLY ENDING A THREE-WEEK WAR IT HAD WITH HAMAS. On this day in 2009, Israel withdrew from the Gaza Strip, officially ending a three-week war it had with Hamas. However, intermittent fire by both sides continued in the weeks to follow. The Gaza War, also …

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In 1999, As a Fallout on the War on Drugs, One of the Largest Drugs Burst Was Effected by the United States Coastal Guards

ON THIS DAY IN 1999, AS A FALLOUT ON THE WAR ON DRUGS, ONE OF THE LARGEST DRUGS BURST WAS EFFECTED BY THE UNITED STATES COASTAL GUARDS.. On this day in 1999, as a fallout on the War on Drugs one of the largest drug busts in United States history was effected by the United …

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In 2019, The Sporting World Was Thrown Into Confusion Following the Disappearance of a Light Aircraft With Cardiff City Argentine New Signing Emiliano Sala

ON THIS DAY IN 2019 THE SPORTING WORLD WAS THROWN INTO CONFUSION FOLLOWING THE DISAPPEARANCE OF A LIGHT AIRCRAFT WITH CARDIFF CITY ARGENTINE NEW SIGNING EMILIANO SALA AND PILOT DAVID IBOTSON ONBOARD AND WHILE SALA’S BODY WAS LATER FOUND IBOTSON’S BODY HAS NEVER BEEN RECOVERED. On this day in 2019, after saying goodbye to his …

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