Africa Covid19 Sports 

BREAKING: Nigerian Super Eagles striker tests positive for COVID-19

Super Eagles striker, Paul Onuachu, has tested positive for COVID-19. However, the results of his fellow Nigerians: Stephen Odey and Cyril Dessers at Belgian club, Genk, came out negative. The 26-year-old becomes the first Eagles star to test positive for coronavirus that led to the cancellation of suspensions of sports worldwide. “In the run-up to the first exhibition game of the season, the entire Genk group was tested on Tuesday. “Everyone tested negative except Onuachu,” a report on Belgian website stated. Onuachu returned to his club on June 28,…

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Energy Oil and Gas 

Seven Dead As NNPC Confirms Explosion In Benin.

The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has actually reported an explosion incident which happened at Gbetiokun, OML 40, run by the Nigerian Petroleum Advancement Business (NPDC), on behalf of the NPDC/Elcrest Joint Venture. The incident, which happened on Tuesday during the installation of a ladder on a platform (Benin River Valve Station) for gain access to throughout discharging of Gbetiokun production, sadly, triggered 7 fatalities, a release by NNPC Group General Supervisor, Group Public Affairs Department, Kennie Obateru, has actually said. The release mentioned that in-depth examination of the reason…

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Financial Services Fintech Startups Technology 

Fintech in Nigeria, shows expanding business scopes

The report discusses Farmcrowdy and Cowrywise, as 2 leading start-ups in the space currently running wealth management platforms. Cowrywise objectives for the Nigerian middle-class with their online financial investment items. Farmcrowdy gives financiers an opportunity to co-own farms by providing farmers capital expense options. Other fintech startups provide digital insurance coverage to; auto companies, the health sector, education, and funeral services. Rates charged for the cover are as low as $0.50 monthly. The report highlights some shortcomings such as the slower pace in setting up a fintech start-up in Nigeria,…

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Africa Covid19 Transportation 

Nigerian govt finally approves resumption of domestic flights

The Federal Government has approved the safe resumption of domestic flights across the country nationwide in the next phase of the gradual easing of lockdown ordered to curb further spread of COVID-19. It also lifted the ban on interstate movement with effect from July 1. The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, SGF, Boss Mustapha, disclosed this on Monday during the daily media chat of the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 in Abuja. Mustapha, who is the Chairman of the taskforce, said: “Maintaining the current phase of the national response,…

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Advertising Africa 

Strategies For Implementing Proper Educational Technology In Nigerian Schools

Prior to we talk about how to implement Educational technology in Nigeria, there is a need to understand what it means. Educational Technology is the usage of tools such as online tools and resources for the benefit of establishing education. Along with utilizing tools, academic technology assesses both theoretical and useful applications of these tools for learning. Establishing instructional technology in a school makes learning more engaging. Trainees will be interested to understand more, due to the fact that their lessons are now interactive with pictures, videos and slides, all…

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