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Ondo: Agagu Leads Massive Defection from PDP to APC

Femi Agagu, the former Chief of Staff and younger brother to late Governor of Ondo State, Olusegun Agagu,  has defected to the All Progressives Congress, APC. Agagu defected alongside the former Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Victor Olabimtan. Others include Taofeek Abdulsalam, speaker and state coordinator presidential campaign 2011, Sanya Orungbemi, PDP chairman

Lagos INEC Gets 5,995 Smart Card Readers

The Lagos office of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has received a total of 5,995 smart cards and the first batch of 5,000 ballot boxes in preparation for the forthcoming general elections. This was announced today at the Commission’s office in Lagos by Akin Orebiyi, the new resident electoral commissioner of INEC in Lagos.

Facebook Starts Restriction on Violent Images

Facebook has started to place warnings over violent videos posted on the social media platform stating their contents might “shock, offend and upset” if viewed. Facebook says potentially distressing video clips would henceforth be covered by a warning that stops them from auto-playing unless they are clicked. The site is also preventing graphic videos and

PDP Condemns Attack On APC Office

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Rivers State chapter has condemned the destruction of the office of the All Progressives Congress in OkrikaLocal Government Council area of Rivers State. Calling onsecurity agencies to ensure perpetrators of such are brought to book, the PDP said news of the attack on the building came it with “sadness.”The party

Hoodlums Seize 4,503 Voters Cards in Akwa Ibom

Unidentified hoodlums have snatched about 4,503 Permanent Voter Cards from five Local Government Areas, LGA’s in Akwa Ibom State. The was disclosed in a statement issued by Austin Okojie, the Resident Electoral Commissioner, REC of the state. While addressing traditional rulers on Tuesday during a summit on peaceful conduct of 2015 elections in Uyo, Okojie

World’s Top Scientists Caution Against Artificial Intelligence

Top artificial intelligence experts from different parts of the world have signed an open letter calling for researchers to be cautious and avoid potential dangers of Artificial intelligence, AI. AI is a highly technical and specialised field where machines and softwares are made to simulate and exhibit human intelligence or even go beyond. Experts said

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