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Now they have developed to technologies for communications, Google, Facebook, YouTube, Uber, etc. all depending on our own fascination and should I say closeness and obsession with the use of the smartphones, the owners of these technologies rely on a simple fact, that algorithm was the answer to all problems.
A group of accomplished Nigerian professionals in the U.S. have expressed their eagerness to come home and invest in the Nigerian economy to fast–track the development of the country.
China has concluded that radiation levels remain normal in the provinces near the North Korean border after Pyongyang’s most powerful nuclear test yet spurred concerns of residual environmental damage.
Zimbabwe has applied to rejoin the Commonwealth, the group said Monday, marking a major step in the country’s international re-engagement after Robert Mugabe was ousted last year.
The captains of Australia, Denmark and France have asked Fifa to lift the ban on Paolo Guerrero - the skipper of group rivals Peru - so he can play at this summer's World Cup in Russia.
The African Development Bank and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Monday, May 21 to step up collaboration to boost Africa’s industrialization.
Bad leadership is the reason while poverty is ravaging Nigeria Executive Director, African Heritage Institution, Afri-Heritage, Prof. Okeke Uzodike, has said.
The Acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Ibrahim Magu, on Monday refuted a report which said he had ambition to become Borno State Governor.
Primate of Anglican Church, Most Rev. Nicholas Okoh, on Friday, told President Muhammadu Buhari that larger percentage of Nigerians have lost confidence in his government.
Hawaii residents are in serious danger after the U.S. Geological Survey upgraded its previous volcano warning from “orange” to “red,” signifying an imminent eruption.
The US has felicitated with the Muslims on the occasion of Ramadan as the holy month begins.
The Nigerian military Wednesday warned members of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) protesting against the detention of their leader, Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, not to disturb the peace and security of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Two graduates, Enohomfoh Osagie Favour and Ebong Christopher, have been arrested by the police in a case of conspiracy, obtaining by false pretence and internet banking fraud.