The Nation Newspaper Today Headline Friday 17th May 2019
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The annual African drum festival was held in Abeokuta, Ogun State, recently with all the trappings of a world-class festival. Friday Treat presents excerpts from the event and how Trophy lager beer, one of the major sponsors of the event, made it extra special. The 10,000 capacity of Amphitheatre in Okelewo, Abeokuta, Ogun State, […]
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Iké Udé is a New York based,Nigerian-born photographer, performance artist, author and publisher. He is best known for his conceptual photographic portraits that explore issues of representation and sexual, gender, cultural, and stylistic identity. From June 1 to16,2019, Udé’s first photography exhibition in Nigeria entitled: “Nollywood Portraits: A Radical Beauty” will hold at Alliance Française, […]
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Since late 2018, early 2019, manufacturers like Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi, LG, Lenovo and Motorola have all revealed plans to sell foldable phones soon. Samsung, which recently released its Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F is set to make the Samsung Fold available for sale at $1980. The Samsung Galaxy Fold has a 4.6 inch display on […]
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WhatsApp has urged users to update their messaging app after concerns were raised that hackers could inject spy software on to phones via the call function. The Facebook-owned company said the spyware was spread by an “advanced cyber actor”, and infected multiple mobile phones using a major vulnerability in the app. The spyware, developed by […]
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Ever since mobility by the use of wheels has been invented, the need to improve ride comfort has become an unending quest for manufacturers. A major major of this evolution has been tyres. Through our daily driving, vehicles are exposed to different conditions, bumpy, wet, slippery, and rough roads, potholes, stones and all sorts. The […]
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IT should not be difficult to imagine Peter’s hurt and bewilderment that day in Palestine when his master, Jesus of Nazareth, rounded on him, branding him “Satan” and a “stumbling block”. It was totally unexpected… The master had been confiding in his disciples that he was soon to suffer great tribulations from the Jewish authorities […]
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ON Sunday, May 5, the Nigerian Army issued a statement entitled “Enforcement of Ban on the use of Motorcycles in Ex-Harbin Kunama Area of Responsibility.” The statement was signed by Colonel Sagir Musa, Acting Director, Army Public Relations. In the statement, the army explained that the ban was part of the efforts aimed at curtailing […]
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ALTHOUGH the church is generally seen as a source of moral and spiritual guidance, it has also been serving as a channel through which pungent messages flow to people in positions of authority whenever the need arises.Whether in the course of regular church services or on special occasions, state matters and the general conduct of […]
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The Shuwa village which is seven kilometers away from Michika both in the northern senatorial district in Adamawa is under a serious bombardment by Boko Haram insurgents. According to an account of an eye witness, the attack has placed the people of Michika and environs under great tension, as many are seen to be running […]
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Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday said the Federal Government was re-designing the country’s education curriculum as part of its education road map, and every child would count. Osinbajo said this while delivering the 23rd Convocation Lecture of the Lagos State University (LASU), during the university’s award of higher degree and postgraduate diploma certificates. The title […]
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