Ex Kogi Gov,Idris to Commission Project In Rivers

Former Kogi Governor, Alhaji Ibrahim Idris will commission remodelled and furnished waterlines building in Porthacourt.   A special invitation from the Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike stated that the program is expected to hold on Wednesday, 17th , August, 2022.   The former Kogi Governor will be in Porthacourt for the second time this year, having commissioned the eastern bye pass road early this year.   It is the tradition of Governor Nyesom  Wike to invite former Governors, political appointees and elected representatives to commission laudable programs in the state.

CONVICTED CORPS MEMBER: NYSC expresses disappointment, charges Corps Members to uphold ideals of the scheme

Management of the National Youth Sevice Corps has expressed disappointment over the conviction of Corps Member Christopher Adetuberu, arising from his involvement in cybercrime.   The scheme described the incident as shameful,that is antithetical to the ideals and image of the National Youth Service Corps.   “While the Scheme unreservedly upholds the judgment of the court which doubtlessly will serve as deterrent to other Nigerians of like minds, it however restates that the action of the convict is not a paradigm for other Corps Members; therefore does not represent the…

FCT Police arrests 6 suspects, recovers 76 Laptops 

The menace of theft of items in parked cars on occasions and public spaces around the Central Area of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has finally been brought to a low ebb as Operatives of the FCT Police Command attached to the Central Police Station (CPS) in a painstaking investigation following public outcry arrested six(6 ) suspects of 2 syndicates and recovered one (1 ) Tablet, and seventy-five(75) laptops of various brands and grades The ongoing operation which has lasted 5 days is targeted at identifying distinctive styles of the…

Yanluowang Ransomware: NCC-CSIRT urges stronger security measures

The Nigerian Communications Commission’s Computer Security Incident Response Team (NCC-CSIRT) has urged organisations to adopt stronger cybersecurity measures like ensuring their employees use strong, unique passwords for every account and enabling multi-factor authentication (2FA) wherever it is supported to prevent ransomware attacks. It also advised organizations to ensure regular systems backup. The NCC-CSIRT’s warning contained in its advisory of August 12, 2022, came after the Yanluowang threat actors gained access to Cisco’s network using an employee’s stolen credentials after hijacking the employee’s personal Google account containing credentials synchronised from their…