Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review

There’s hardly any competition in the high-end Android tablet market. These days, if someone wants a tablet, the first word that comes to mind is iPad. Apple’s devices deliver great displays and plenty of performance for as low as $330, but the key to the success of the iPad lies in the sheer amount of tablet-optimized apps for iOS. It’s why using the iPad Pro with a keyboard as a laptop replacement isn’t a ludicrous idea. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 review”

Senator Akpabio is walking against the tide and will of his people ― Uche Secondus

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PDP chairman, Uche Secondus and Sen Godwin Akpabio

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Uche Secondus, on Wednesday declared that it was very ‎unfortunate that the former Senate minority leader Senator Godswill Apkabio chose to walk against the tide to endanger his fine political career, saying that he actually deserved pity.
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Air-to-air missile ‘accidentally fired’ by Spanish Typhoon jet over Estonia



An investigation has been launched after a Spanish fighter jet accidentally fired a missile whilst on a training exercise in Estonia.

The Eurofighter Typhoon, normally based in Siauliai, Lithuania, was flying with another Spanish aircraft and two French Mirage 2000 jets when the incident occurred on August 7, near the city of Otepaa in south-east Estonia.
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Israel’s wave of strikes on Gaza ‘kill pregnant woman and toddler’ after militants’ rockets hit town of Sderot


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Israel carried out a major wave of strikes across the Gaza Strip overnight in response to some 150 rockets fired at its territory, leaving three Palestinians including a toddler dead in another severe flare-up of violence, officials said on Thursday.

Most of the rockets fired by Palestinian militants landed in open areas, but at least two hit the Israeli town of Sderot near the Gaza Strip and sirens sounded throughout the night, sending residents to bomb shelters. Continue reading “Israel’s wave of strikes on Gaza ‘kill pregnant woman and toddler’ after militants’ rockets hit town of Sderot”

Freezing of Benue govt account unconstitutional — Gov. Yari

Zamfara State Governor Abdulaziz Yari yestedday said freezing of Benue State government accounts by the the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is an attempt to shut down the state.

Yari, Chairman of the Nigerian Governors Forum (NGF), also described the EFCC action as unconstitutional.

He spoke with State House correspondents after a meeting the Acting President Yemi Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa.

He urged the Federal Government not to allow security agencies to become lawless.

He said: “The freezing of any account of the state government whether Benue or anywhere is unconstitutional and not right. That is shutting down government. Government must spend, most especially Benue that is facing insecurity challenges.

“Well, we don’t know why the EFCC took the action. But if indeed the EFFC froze the account, from my point of view, it is wrong.

“This government will not sit down and oversee unlawful operation from security agencies. From what happened yesterday (Tuesday, Daura sack), everyone can understand that government is following due process and the laws of Nigeria.

“For one to just send security agencies to shut down the National Assembly, and the action that followed, that is what gave credit to this government by local and international community.

“Similar thing happened in 2011 and 2014 but nothing was done about it, this time around, government said enough is enough. The government of Muhammadu Buhari is following due process and will never oversee an unlawful activity by any security agency. So in the case of Benue, I believe something must be done.” he said

Kano State Governor Umar Ganduje condemned Tuesday’s invasion of the National Assembly by security agents, saying that the legislature must be allowed to operate according to law.

He said: “To use security agencies in trying to prevent them from doing there own normal legislative functions, i think it wrong.

“But I have to salute the acting President for taking immediate action in order to save the situation.

“The National Assembly is a very important institution and we should not embarrass ourselves and allow foreigners to view us as undemocratic.

“The situation now has been corrected. It is something that is unfortunate, we have to move forward.” he added.

Customs hold Eight over seizure of codeine syrups

GOODS worth over N2 billion were impounded by Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) between July 25 and August 7, Area Controller, Federal Operations Unit (FOU), Zone A, Mohammed Uba, said yesterday.

He told reporters at the unit’s Ikeja, Lagos command, that 17 assorted vehicles were also seized.

Eight suspects, the outgoing controller said, were arrested.

The unit seized 17 posh vehicles with Duty Paid Value (DPV) of N384 million.
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PDP aspirants can’t defeat zBuhari in 2019 election says Presidency

Acting President Yemi Osinbajo is sure that President Muhammadu Buhari will defeat other presidential candidates next year to continue his administration’s change agenda.

Prof. Osinbajo spoke yesterday at the Township Stadium in Ikot Ekpene, Akwa Ibom State, while receiving Senator Godswill Akpabio, who defected from the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC). Continue reading “PDP aspirants can’t defeat zBuhari in 2019 election says Presidency”