IGP Flags-off 1st NPF Invitational Triathlon Championship  ….    Says event II’ impact policing services,sports development

The Inspector General of Police, IGP Usman Alkali Baba,  today, Saturday, 4th December, 2021, flagged-off the 1st Nigeria Police Force Invitational Triathlon (Swimming, running and biking) Championship, at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja. The IGP noted that the Championship, which is the first of its kind in the FCT, would help enhance mutual respect and inter-agency collaboration amongst participating agencies, impact positively on policing services in the country, promote Community Policing through stakeholders and multi-agency collaboration that encourages participation for problem solving, identify talented Triathletes…

APC needs a unifying National Leader,says Gov Sani Bello

 Niger state Governor,Abubakar Sani Bello has said the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) needed a leader that will unite every member of the party. Governor Sani Bello stated this when he received former Governor of Borno state Senetor Ali Modu Sheriff on a visit to formally declare his intention to contest for the national Chairmanship position of the APC. He said that the party was having its challenges hence the need for an experienced and credible leader that would carry everyone along. “I want us to have a stable party…

We ‘ll Investigate alleged killing of Four Fulani boys In Edo – NHRC Boss vows

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has assured the Association of Matasan Fulani of Nigeria (AMFN) that the Commission will thoroughly investigate the alleged killing of four Fulani boys in Edo state last weekend, so as to ensure that all culprits are brought to book and to also forestall further clashes. The Executive Secretary,Tony Ojukwu esq, made this known in Abuja  when members of the Association visited the Commission to register their grievances and to file a petition over the alleged atrocious acts recently witnessed in Edo and Anambra state…

WORLD DISABILITY DAY: Gov Sule visits Lafia Special School, appoints new aides on disabilities

Nasarawa State governor, Engineer Abdullahi Sule, has said his administration will continue to evolve measures to further integrate persons with disabilities into the larger society. Engineer Sule stated this while marking this year’s World Disability Day, with the governor visiting the Lafia Special School, where he interacted with the students, on Friday. This was just as the governor announced the appointment of two new aides on disabilities,  Hadiza Kasimu and Umar Dahiru, who are both graduates of the university,  as Special Assistant and Personal Assistant respectively. He used the opportunity…

Huawei ranks No.1 in Global Modular Data Center market share

Research and consulting firm, Frost & Sullivan has released its Global Modular Data Center Market Report.  According to the report, market share for Huawei’s Smart Modular Data Center Solution has grown rapidly in recent years, increasing from 12.7% in 2017 to 20.5% in 2020, demonstrating the solution’s leadership position worldwide. The report also noted that the global modular data center market is expected to maintain rapid growth, with a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 20.9% over 2020–2026. While such growth will place higher requirements on the product strength and…

Akande and his hidden treasures By Dare Babarinsa

There is something truly amazing about Chief Bisi Akande, the son of a palm-wine tapper who became a qualified accountant at 22. At 60 in 1999, he was sworn in as the second elected Governor of Osun State, taking the baton from the last military administrator, Brigadier Theophilous Bamigboye. Four days into his tenure, Osun State workers embarked on a general strike, paralyzing the city of Osogbo and subjecting the new Secretary to the State Government, SSG, to serious harassment. Four years later, Akande’s tenure ended in controversial circumstances when…