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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Indian troops open fire on vehicle carrying UN military observers

ISLAMABAD: Two officials of the United Nations Military Observers Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) narrowly escaped a firing incident as Indian troops reportedly targeted their vehicle while they were visiting the areas along the Line of Control (LoC).
A statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) claimed that the Indian troops committed unprovoked ceasefire violation. The Indian troops deployed on LoC, ‘targeted UNMOGIP vehicle along LOC in Khanjar sector’, it added. According to the details shared by the military’s media wing, the vehicle was carrying UNMOGIP officers Major Emmanual of Philippine and Major Mirko of Croatia when it came under fire. ISPR further said that the officials, who were on a visit to the LoC, were targeted despite UNMOGIP blue flag hoisted on the vehicle as per procedure.
Both officers remained safe and were rushed back to a safe location.

Did Twitter make Donald Trump president?

Twitter co-founder Evan Williams made headlines when he apologized for the role his company may have had in electing Donald Trump president. Trump himself told Tucker Carlson "I think maybe I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for Twitter." Trump's supporters and detractors say there are many other factors at play besides social media in the election, but others argue Twitter let Trump drive the news cycle, dominate his competition and connect directly to millions. What do you think?

Hope for workers as FG sets up panel on N56,000 minimum wage demands

After the Minister of Labour and Employment, Chris Ngige, received boos of during the Workers Day celebration on May 1, the Federal Government has approved a 29-member tripartite committee to study the new minimum wage of N56,000 being clamoured for by Nigerian workers.
This was made known to State House Correspondents on Wednesday by Ngige, who explained that the approval followed an extensive deliberation on the report of a technical committee on the issue, which he presided over.
He said, “The matter needs to be thrashed out by all stakeholders, because already, employers under the umbrella of the Nigeria Employers’ Consultative Association have rejected the N56,000 minimum wage proposal.”
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According to the minister the tripartite committee will be chaired by an expert technocrat appointed by the Federal Government, which will also nominate five of the members, while six state governors will also be members.
“Council deliberated on the report of the joint committee of government on one side and the labour federation of NLC and TUC.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

2019: Nigerians will vote Buhari again

The Presidency has boasted that ailing President Muhammadu Buhari will still win the presidential election in Nigeria even if the election was to be held today.
It said that Nigerians are impressed with Buhari and would still vote for him regardless of anything the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and other opposition parties might be saying.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, told State House correspondents at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, on Tuesday, that the confidence reposed in Buhari by ordinary Nigerians had remained unshaken because he has continued to do what they want.
Also at the occasion, Shehu said that the Federal Government was still detaining former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, because there are many cases against him.

Monday, May 22, 2017

see how this children dressed to meet the president

People take photos to capture life moments. Moments of happiness, fun, friendship, etc.
We would like those moments to last, to remember them and to share them with others. We take photos to satisfy that deep desire of having life memories.
Social media played a big role in the explosion of this habit. People take photos wherever they go and share them with their friends online.
To me, it's almost like fishing is for some people. Everyone knows "that guy" that is happy to go fishing and doesn't care whether or not they catch a fish. It's just something they enjoy doing. For me, that's the biggest thing. I enjoy going out and trying to make a nice picture or three. Sometimes I even center a trip round it - for me, the photography is more of an excuse to go on a trip than it is for most people.

For me, it's a reason to go out and see things. To feel them. To appreciate them. On a particularly nice day? I'm in the zone. Relaxed. Focused, but not too much. It's invigorating. Scout out a location, wander around, find something interesting. Perhaps I never take the camera out of the bag. Perhaps I do. Maybe I just take a few quick snaps. Sometimes I'll be at a location for a couple of hours, taking my time, waiting for the light. I might spend 15 minutes getting the angle of the shot right... Or I might not. And it doesn't even matter all that much to me. It's the doing that pleases me, and the results are secondary.


Presidency calls for patience, says Babachir, Oke remain suspended

Palpable anxiety and expectations are now trailing the inability of the Acting President Yemi Osibanjo (SAN) to take key decisions on certain government activities especially the outcome of the probe panel over the suspended Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr. David Babachir Lawal and the Director General of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) Ambassador Ayodele Oke, in the absence of President Muhammadu Buhari. The development is creating room for speculations while the fates of Lawal and Oke are now hanging in the balance. The Daily Times recalls that Buhari had suspended Lawal over his alleged involvement in the violations of law and due process in the award of contracts to companies linked to him under the Presidential Initiative on the North-East (PINE) which he headed for the clearing of ‘invasive plant species’ (weeds) in Yobe State. The President also suspended Oke over his claim that the humongous N13 billion cash recovered by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) from a residential apartment at Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos belonged to the NIA. Buhari later directed Osinbajo to head the probe panel on Lawal and Oke. The panel submitted its report within two weeks. But the sudden departure of Buhari to London for a medical follow-up two weeks ago has had significant impact on the implementation of the Presidential Committee report on Lawal and Oke, which was believed to have been supposedly submitted to the President on the eve of his departure. However, a presidential aide, who spoke to The Daily Times on condition of anonymity on Sunday night, disclosed that the issues arising from the 2017 Budget has overshadowed other government activities. He said: “The outcome of the report against Lawal and Oke will have to wait because the budget is the most important issue at the Villa. “Right now, Acting President Osinbajo and other technocrats are scrutinising the documents for necessary action. You will agree with me that the whole country and Nigerians are waiting for the documents. “So other issues will have to wait. But the acting president will deal with the outcome of the report at the appropriate time. He has discussed the matter with President Buhari before he travelled to London.”

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How to Make a Career Choice When You Have No Idea What You Want to Do

By: Mr. Ayo Benson, When the time comes for you to pick a career, you will discover that you have a multitude of options. It can be difficult to pick one, especially if you have no idea what you want to do ... or if many things appeal to you. Does it seem like an insurmountable task? It's not. Yes, you will have to put some effort into making your decision, but your effort will be well worth it in the end. If you follow these steps, you can successfully choose a suitable career and avoid making a big mistake.
The most common question I'm asked is this one: "I don't know what I want to do. Is there a test or something that can tell me what career is right for me?" The answer is no. You can't take a test that will, as if by magic, tell you what to do with the rest of your life. You can however use a combination of self assessment tools that will aid you in your decision. This article will demystify this phase of the career planning process.During a self assessment you gather information about yourself in order to make an informed career decision. A self assessment should include a look at your values, interests, personality and aptitude.
  • Values: the things that are important to you, like achievement, status and autonomy
  • Interests: what you enjoy doing, i.e. playing golf, taking long walks and hanging out with friends
  • Personality: a person's individual traits, motivational drives, needs and attitudes
  • Aptitudes: the activities you are good at, such as writing, computer programming and teaching. An aptitude may be a natural skill or one you acquired.
Many people choose to hire a career counselor who will administer a variety of self assessment inventories. What follows is a discussion of the different types of tools you may encounter, as well as some other things to consider when using your results to help you choose a career.
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Indian troops open fire on vehicle carrying UN military observers

ISLAMABAD: Two officials of the United Nations Military Observers Group in India and Pakistan (UNMOGIP) narrowly escaped a firing inc...