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What A Cow Says About The President — Leadership Nigeria Newspapers

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - There was a video of President Muhammadu Buhari that shocked me recently and undermined my confidence in his ability to end the deadly attacks by Fulani herdsmen. It was not the video of him purportedly admiring a cow in his Daura ranch on a tablet. And certainly not the tape of his reported visit to […] The post What A Cow Says About The President appeared first on Leadership Nigeria Newspapers.   continue reading ...continue

Maymunah, using various platforms for mental health advocacy, including movie production - BusinessDay : News you can trust

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - Maymunah Yusuf Kadiri is the Medical Director, Pinnacle Medical Services. She is a Consultant Neuro – Psychiatrist, Psychotherapist and mental health advocate with over a decade experience and practice, pushing the mental advocacy campaign further through outreaches, radio and now movies. She speaks to Kemi Ajumobi on her decision to follow this path among other matters. Excerpts. Why the decision to go into movie production? Being a Physician is acceptable because people fall ill and want to see a Doctor, specializing as a Mental Health Physician (Consultant Neuro-Psychiatrist) isn’t appreciated, in fact, you are most times viewed as one of your patients. Starting my practise some years ago, I was already aware of some of the challenges of which STIGMA tops the list. What I didn’t realise that we needed the most is the urgent need for mental advocacy which isn’t available. With this in mind, we decided to change the narrative and started with campaigns, seminars, workshops, print me ...continue

How your smart phone can save your life - Vanguard News

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - By Ikechukwu Chukwuma & Omolola Shobowale Smartphones have clear-ly evolved. In this new era, a number of apps are now connected to medical health care and safety. These apps are very easy to operate and can help in a case of emergency. Here are ways your smartphone can save your life. Share location Google’s new personal safety app, Trusted Contacts, is designed to help in cases of emergency. All you have to do is download the app, and then allot Trusted status to friends and family. This allows them to see your activity status. It then opens a direct line of sharing between you and your loved ones. If you feel threatened, you can share your location with your contacts and vice-versa. If there is no cause for alarm, you can deny the request. But in a case where you don’t respond after five minutes, your location will automatically be shared with your friends and family anyway. The app displays your last known location to friends and family even if your phone is offline. Anot ...continue

Fulani herdsmen attacks new form of terrorism—Benue community

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - BENUE Indigenes in Kaduna under the umbrella of Benue Community Development Association, Kaduna State chapter, has called on their people at home and in the diaspora to come together and brainstorm on how to put an end to killings in the state, saying the Fulani herdsmen attacks were a new form terrorism. The association in […]   continue reading ...continue

Usman: The World Has Confidence in Our Aviation Sector

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - The Director-General of the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority, Captain Muhtar Usman says Nigeria has maintained a good record in air safety because of effective regulation, further adding that security has been beefed up at nation’s major airports. He spoke to Chinedu Eze. Excerpts:   Nigerian airlines were elated by the recent weather review done by the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA). What prompted NCAA to do the review? On the issue of the review of the weather minimum, normally and professionally we are guided by the published approaches for coming in to land at the airports and on those published approaches of landing procedure also come along with takeoff procedures also where weather minimums are specified on the landing, depending on the ground equipment available. Also take off depends on the available ground equipment. That is in terms of navigation and lighting. However, for quite some time because of issues like mishaps that had happened before, it was decide ...continue

President Buhari approves TV licence for UNILAG

Friday, January 19, 2018 - The University of Lagos (UNILAG) has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for approving a TV licence for the institution, UNILAG TV....   continue reading ...continue

Lassa fever kills four in Ebonyi State

Friday, January 19, 2018 - Another state function, a reception being organized by the Ohaozara, Onicha and Ivo Federal Constituency to honour the state governor, David Umahi, on Saturday may also be cancelled....   continue reading ...continue

Why we can’t establish plant in Nigeria: Samsung

Friday, January 19, 2018 - Samsung Electronics has said that one of the reasons for not establishing a manufacturing plant in Nigeria is because its market share in the country… The post Why we can’t establish plant in Nigeria: Samsung appeared first on Daily Times Nigeria. Nigeria News from Nigeria Newspapers   continue reading ...continue

NSE All-Share Index crosses 45,000 mark

Friday, January 19, 2018 - PRICE of some blue chips on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Friday rallied with GT Bank hitting an all-time high of N54.71 per share. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the bank [...] The post NSE All-Share Index crosses 45,000 mark appeared first on Tribune.   continue reading ...continue

Boko Haram kills five in Adamawa

Friday, January 19, 2018 - Boko Haram jihadists have killed five people in an attack on a village in Adamawa state, northeast Nigeria, a community leader and a local resident… The post Boko Haram kills five in Adamawa appeared first on Daily Times Nigeria. Nigeria News from Nigeria Newspapers   continue reading ...continue

Night Guard Remanded Over Alleged Assault On Ex-Wife — OsunDefender

Friday, January 19, 2018 - By Abdullahi Omotayo A 45 year-old man, Hammed Abiodun, was on Monday remanded in Ilesa prison custody by an Osogbo Magistrate Court over alleged assault. Abiodun is facing a one-count charge bothering on assault preferred against him. The Prosecutor, Inspector Fagboyinbo Abiodun, told the court that the accused committed the offence on January 13, 2018 along Ola-Egbon street, Dada Estate, Osogbo. Fagboyinbo said the accused assaulted one Olagunju Temitayo, his ex- wife before he was arrested at his place of work, where he is working as a night guard. He said the offence committed contravened section 355 of the criminal code cap 34 vol. 11 laws of Osun, 2003. The accused pleaded not guilty to the one-count charge leveled against him. Counsel to the accused, Mrs Abosede Dada, applied for the bail of his client and prayed that the bail should be granted in the most liberal terms. The Presiding Magistrate, Mrs Olubukola Oloyade overruled the bail application by the defence counsel ...continue

The Late 5: Uganda could begin enforcing the death penalty again, INEC assures Nigerians that votes will count in 2019 and other top stories » YNaija

Friday, January 19, 2018 - These are the top stories that drove conversation today: Gabriel Agorye, a prosecution witness in the trial of Raymond Dokpesi has revealed how he withdrew N40 million from his account and handed it over to the former chairman of DAAR Communications Plc. The Economic and Financial Crimes Commissions (EFCC) in 2015 charged Dokpesi to the federal high court, Abuja, over an alleged N2.1bn fraud — funds he reportedly got from the office of the National Security Adviser. Agorye, who is the 11th prosecution witness, told the court that he was Dokpesi’s personal assistant and ran errands for him. Five people were feared killed Friday by suspected Boko Haram insurgents in an early morning attack in Kaya village of Madagali in Adamawa, residents and local officials have said. Kaya is one kilometer drive from Gulak, the administrative headquarters of Madagali. The attack came two days after a similar incident in Pallam where Boko Haram militants killed three people. Residents say soldier ...continue

Families Of Japanese 'Kidnapped By N. Korea' Seek ICC Probe • Channels Television

Friday, January 19, 2018 - Japanese families who believe their relatives were abducted by North Korea want the International Criminal Court to investigate the disappearances and punish the country’s leader, a support group said Friday. They will submit a petition to the court next week, at a time when attention is already heavily focused on Pyongyang and its nuclear weapons and missile drive. North Korea admitted in 2002 that it had dispatched agents to kidnap 13 Japanese in the 1970s and 1980s who were tasked with training its spies in Japanese language and customs. Five of the abductees were allowed to return to Japan but Pyongyang has insisted — without producing solid evidence — that the eight others are dead. Tokyo says at least 17 people were abducted, but a support group for relatives believes the disappearance of up to 470 Japanese may be linked to North Korea. Families of the missing, and their supporters will submit a petition “seeking punishment of (North Korea’s) Ki ...continue

'Mutant flu' Could Lead To More Effective Vaccine – Study • Channels Television

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - Photo: Miguel SCHINCARIOL / AFP   Experiments in lab animals have shown signs of success for a newly engineered flu virus that may lead one day to a more effective vaccine, researchers said Thursday. Trials in humans are still a long way off, but the report in the US journal Science earned praise from experts who described it as a promising first step toward better prevention of the flu. The World Health Organization considers the flu a major public health concern because it infects up to five million people with severe illness each year and causes up to 650,000 deaths. “Because the variations of seasonal influenza viruses can be unpredictable, current vaccines may not provide effective protection against them,” said senior author Ren Sun, a professor of molecular and medical pharmacology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). “Previous pandemics and recent outbreaks of avian influenza highlight the need t ...continue

‘Winning political contest never an end in itself’ - The Nation Nigeria

Friday, January 19, 2018 - To many, politics is just a game. But, All Progressives Congress (APC) stalwart Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu believes it is more than a game. He says a process that determines governance can never be taken as a mere game. In his remarks yesterday at a dialogue organised by Daily Trust Newspapers in Abuja, the former Lagos State governor describes politics as a link that spins either toward progress, or accumulation of problems. Both, he argues, have dire consequences. Asiwaju Tinubu’s speech entitled: “Nigeria and the challenges of 2019: This is not a game” was read by one-time Lagos Finance Commissioner Wale Edun. The mouths of babes speak truths that the hoary and the wise dare not utter. This may be an unusual way to begin an address on the political challenges that lie before us. But, I have a good reason for this unique entrance. Before I provide that reason, permit me to commend the Daily Trust for having the foresight to inaugurate this important event 15 years ago. This dialogu ...continue

Oil price touches record high in Nigeria’s Naira terms - BusinessDay : News you can trust

Friday, January 19, 2018 - Nigeria, Angola and Russia are today earning more local currency from oil sale per barrel than at any point in history, even though even though crude prices are still languishing at less than half their peak level in dollar terms, set in 2008.   Countries such as Nigeria are all enjoying record nominal prices per barrel in local currency terms and the trend is helping repair fiscal and external deficits and rebuild foreign currency reserves, even though oil prices in dollar terms remain at $69, well below the peak of $150, set in 2008.   “This is very significant for these economies. The currency [effect] is an enormous benefit for them,” said Chris Weafer, senior partner at Macro Advisory, a Moscow-based consultancy.   Russia for example is now receiving Rbs3,930 per barrel of oil, up from just Rbs2,300 in January 2016 and comparable to what it was being paid in local currency terms at the previous peak in February 2014, when Brent crude was trading at $110 a barr ...continue

Clock running out to avert government shutdown as Trump blames Democrats

Friday, January 19, 2018 - RACING against a midnight deadline, the US Congress will try on Friday to send President Donald Trump legislation to keep the government operating and avoid federal agency shutdowns that would otherwise begin on Saturday. The [...] The post Clock running out to avert government shutdown as Trump blames Democrats appeared first on Tribune.   continue reading ...continue

These Videos Posted by Aisha Buhari are sparking a Discussion on Social Media

Friday, January 19, 2018 - A series of videos posted by wife of the president Aisha Buhari is sparking a discussion on social media. In one video, Senator Isah Misau, representing Bauchi Central district is seen saying that “it’s as if (president Buhari) is not in charge. It’s as if some people are the ones in charge of this country. Even […] The post These Videos Posted by Aisha Buhari are sparking a Discussion on Social Media appeared first on BellaNaija.   continue reading ...continue

Brazil's Copacabana Car Accident Kills Baby, Injures 17 • Channels Television

Friday, January 19, 2018 - An injured man is taken away by stretcher at Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro on January 18, 2018. At least 11 people were injured by a car that drove up onto Copacabana’s tourist-packed seafront promenade in the heart of Rio de Janeiro.PHOTO: CARL DE SOUZA / AFP A car ploughed into a crowd on Rio de Janeiro’s tourist-packed Copacabana seaside promenade on Thursday, killing a baby and injuring 17 people, authorities said, with the driver telling investigators he suffered a seizure. The black car, its windshield shattered and the front caved in, came to rest on the beach where some of the injured were frantically being treated. The Rio de Janeiro health secretariat told AFP that a nine-month-old baby girl was killed and 17 people injured in the crash. The driver “lost control of his vehicle, which went up on the sidewalk of the promenade” and was taken for questioning, police said. “The driver explained at the police station that he had an epilep ...continue

Buhari Cannot Run, Time Ran Out on Him

Thursday, January 18, 2018 - Hometruths By Adeola Akinremi, Email: This year is not looking good for President Muhammadu Buhari. The incurious president has spent half of January confronting what he had ignored—the herdsmen extremism. Allies of Buhari are increasingly confident that he would run again, but they don’t see why the president is too timid to declare his ambition. In fact, a group of seven governors mostly from rural states in the North who wants to be known as G7, simply defined by me as Ghetto7 are now in the lead acting like we are in the days of Sani Abacha, when Daniel Kanu, led the infamous Youth Earnestly Ask for Abacha march in support of Abacha’s continued stay in power. In reality, Buhari, 75, cannot run. The president who ran his 2015 campaign with messianic zeal has become the antithesis of hope. The sorry story of thousands of Nigerians who left the country in search of better life, trekking through the Sahara desert, only to end up in shackles in Libya i ...continue