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Zoom: Child ‘murders father’ during visit in New York state

Zoom: Child ‘murders father’ during visit in New York state

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A 72-year-elderly person has been wounded to death by his child in New York state during a Zoom video visit with 20 different members, police say. Dwight Powers was assaulted by his 32-year-old child, Thomas Scully-Powers, who at that point leaped out of a window and fled in Long Island's Amityville town. He was held inside an hour after visit visitors had called the police. The rationale of the assault was not yet clear. Mr Scully-Powers was later accused of second-degree murder. In an announcement, Suffolk County police said additional data would be given once the suspect, who supported minor wounds, was dealt with and released from medical clinic. Police said it had been alarmed of the episode on Thursday evening after a few of the talk's members saw the man fall, yet th...
Ayade uncovers why Cross River is yet to record any COVID-19 case

Ayade uncovers why Cross River is yet to record any COVID-19 case

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It was said in the later hour that Ayade uncovers reasons why Cross River is yet to record any COVID-19 case till date. Nigeria as at Thursday morning had 6677 affirmed instances of COVID-19 shared among 34 states and Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Cross River and Kogi states are the main two states in the nation yet to record any instance of the feared infection. Ayade, who talked in a meeting on Channels Television breakfast program, Sunrise Daily, said the state was at this point to record an instance of the infection since his legislature reacted rapidly to the pandemic by closing its outskirts, shutting aviation routes and announcing 'No Mask No Movement.' He additionally said that he, keept vigil at state outskirts to guarantee wellbeing, contributed. "...
Breaking News: Nigerian Postal Service central command was ablaze

Breaking News: Nigerian Postal Service central command was ablaze

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The Nigerian Postal Service Headquarters was on Wednesday hit by an early morning fire, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports. The Federal Capital Territory Fire Service work force were, in any case, available to contain the fire, which pulled in a huge group at the bustling Area 10, Garki, in Abuja. Endeavors by a NAN reporter to get data from authorities of the administration, on what prompted the occurrence, were unsuccessful. A security official, who argued obscurity, revealed to NAN that the fire began at about 8:40 a.m. An observer, Mr Adamu Bala, said he drew the consideration of the security officials guarding the structure when he saw smoke returning from the of the structure.
Court fixes June 2 for Orji Kalu’s application looking for discharge from jail

Court fixes June 2 for Orji Kalu’s application looking for discharge from jail

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A Federal High Court in Lagos has fixed June 2 to hear an application recorded by Sen. Orji Uzor Kalu, looking for his discharge from jail. The movement on notice will be heard by Justice Mohammed Liman. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Kalu is at present serving a 12 years prison term at the Correctional Service Center in Kuje, Abuja for supposedly plundering N7.2billion having a place with Abia State. He was condemned by Justice Mohammed Idris on Dec. 5, 2019, to 12 years detainment while his co-respondent, Jonnes Udeogo had packed away a 10 years prison term. Kalu had employed a 12 man group of legal counselors, including six Senior Advocates of Nigeria (SAN)s, to arraign his opportunity offer. He documented the movement on May 12 requesting that the court ...
Nigeria: Buhari sacks NECO registrar, & four others for fraud

Nigeria: Buhari sacks NECO registrar, & four others for fraud

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Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari has affirmed the end of the arrangement of Prof Charles Uwakwe as the enlistment center and CEO of the National Examinations Council (NECO) including other four personnels for fraud. "After due thought of the analytical board on the charge of unacceptable direct leveled against you and some administration staff of the committee, Mr. President in exercise of his forces, has affirmed your expulsion as the Registrar and Chief Executive Officer of National Examinations Council with impact from the date of your suspension from obligation," Permanent secretary of the Federal Ministry of Education, Sonny Echono said in a letter for the Minister of Education, Adamu. Buhari additionally excused four individuals from the administration of the test body f...
Engineering students fight coronavirus with inventions in Senegal

Engineering students fight coronavirus with inventions in Senegal

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Engineering undergraduate students in Senegal have joined their nation's battle against the coronavirus pandemic with developments, for example, programmed sanitiser distributors and clinical robots. The understudies going to a top building school in the capital, Dakar, have turned their specialized abilities towards facilitating pressure on the wards - and they are as of now in converses with clinics over a portion of their advancements. One model is a little robot, named "Dr Car", which will have the option to quantify patients' pulse and temperature, as indicated by understudies from Dakar's Ecole Superieure Polytechnique (ESP). The college is viewed as one of West Africa's best for designing and innovation, and is exceptionally particular, with 28 nationalities spoke to a...
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