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  • Obasanjo, Sachs for Afreximbank Lecture

    Peter Uzoho Former President Olusegun Obasanjo and leading development economist Prof. Jeffrey Sachs will headline the second Babacar Ndiaye Lecture, to be held in Bali, Indonesia, next month, the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) has disclosed. They would speak on the theme “Global Power Disequilibrium, Trade Wars and Implications for Africa” during the international lecture series […] The post Obasanjo, Sachs for Afreximbank Lecture appeared first on THISDAYLIVE. […]

  • I Have Done Nothing Wrong, Kwande Replies APC

    Seriki Adinoyi in Jos A member of the Board of Trustees (BoT) of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Ambassador Yahaya Kwande who was queried by the party over alleged anti-party activities, has replied the ruling party, saying he was quoted out of context. “I have not done anything wrong by my action, because to do […] The post I Have Done Nothing Wrong, Kwande Replies APC appeared first on THISDAYLIVE. […]

  • Microsoft Fortifies Cybersecurity, Takes AI to Customers

    Emma Okonji Microsoft, the software giant, at its Ignite 2018 annual Information Technology (IT) event, released an array of security programs and products that underscore the need for increased IT security for customers. Among them were the Microsoft Secure Score, a dynamic report card that assesses Microsoft 365 customer environments and makes recommendations that can […] The post Microsoft Fortifies Cybersecurity, Takes AI to Customers appeared first on THISDAYLIVE. […]

  • Economic Development Product of Vibrant MSMEs, Say NACC, SMEDAN

    Jonathan Eze The President, Nigeria America Chamber of Commerce (NACC) Oluwatoyin Komolafe, has said that the creation, growth, advancement as well as development of Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) have proved essential to the growth and development of the economies of many countries; particularly the developed and some developing nations like United States of […] The post Economic Development Product of Vibrant MSMEs, Say NACC, SMEDAN appeared first on THISDAYLIVE. […]

  • INEC is a Threat to 2019 Polls, Says Ekweremadu

    Deji Elumoye in Abuja Deputy Senate President, Senator Ike Ekweremadu, has described the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), as a threat to the 2019 general elections in the country. Ekweremadu, who spoke in Abuja yesterday against the background of the Saturday’s governorship poll in Osun state which the electoral body declared inconclusive, said what transpired […] The post INEC is a Threat to 2019 Polls, Says Ekweremadu appeared first on THISDAYLIVE. […]

  • Dancing Before His Victory

    Nseobong Okon-Ekong writes that the People’s Democratic Party governorship candidate, Senator Ademola Adeleke in Osun State has stirred a lot of interest his propensity for public entertainment and the conversion of the political capital of his late brother to an asset to achieve his goal Usually celebration comes after the victory, but Senator Ademola Adeleke […] The post Dancing Before His Victory appeared first on THISDAYLIVE. […]

  • Bill Cosby Sentenced to Three to 10 Years in Prison

    Disgraced US television icon, Bill Cosby, was sentenced to three to 10 years in prison by a judge yesterday and branded a “sexually violent predator” for assaulting a woman at his Philadelphia mansion 14 years ago. The 81-year-old, once beloved as “America’s Dad,” is the first celebrity convicted and sentenced for a sex crime since […] The post Bill Cosby Sentenced to Three to 10 Years in Prison appeared first on THISDAYLIVE. […]

  • WBC Cautions INEC on Osun Polls

    By Yinka Kolawole Osogbo The World Bishops Council (WBC), Africa, has cautioned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) not to kill the country’s democracy being nurtured since 1999, noting that the reported manipulation of the results of the recent Osun State governorship election should be a major concern to all. The WBC Directorate of Information […] The post WBC Cautions INEC on Osun Polls appeared first on THISDAYLIVE. […]

  • CAS Rejects Valcke’s Ban Appeal

    The Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) yesterday ruled against the former FIFA Secretary General, Jerome Valcke against an appeal on ban on him. Valcke used private jets for himself and his family and exploited his position as FIFA scribe to help his son to win a job. He was also implicated in the resale […] The post CAS Rejects Valcke’s Ban Appeal appeared first on THISDAYLIVE. […]

  • Madrid’s Isco Diagnosed with Appendicitis

    Real Madrid forward Isco has been diagnosed with acute appendicitis and is set to have an operation, the club have announced. The Spain international scored the opening goal in Real’s 3-0 win over Roma in the Champions League last week. Isco, 26, has played six times this season but will not be available for upcoming […] The post Madrid’s Isco Diagnosed with Appendicitis appeared first on THISDAYLIVE. […]

  • Macron delivers sharp rebuke of Trump's message

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  • Dramatic airport opens on roof of the world

    Sometimes an airport is just a strip of asphalt on a flat bit of land outside of town. Other times, as with India's new Pakyong Airport, it's a breathtaking piece of engineering on the roof of the world. […]

  • Gene editing could eliminate mosquitoes, but is it a good idea?

    Researchers have rendered a population of mosquitoes in a lab sterile using the gene-editing tool CRISPR-Cas9 by homing in on a specific target in insect DNA -- the doublesex gene -- raising the possibility of eradicating disease-carrying species of the insect entirely, according to a new study published Monday in Nature Biotechnology. […]

  • Pricey F-35B jet poised for US combat debut

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  • Shockwaves from WWII bombings reached the edge of space

    While the impact of the massive bombing raids during World War II left deep and obvious scars on the land, a new study suggests that the shockwaves reached the edge of space as well. As a result, those shockwaves actually weakened Earth's upper atmosphere, called the ionosphere. […]