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Two opposing forces define today’s digital business challenge for IT. People expect their tech-infused customer experience to constantly get better, and they’re less and less tolerant of tech failure. At the same time, the level of technical change required for that fast-changing experience makes IT more difficult and complex to manage, and further raises the risk of outage.
A Petroleum Tanker coming from the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation depot in Calabar, Cross River State in Nigeria on Monday lost control and crashed into a pavement along Obong Itam Road in Itu Local Government Area killing five people on the spot.
The tanker which was reported to have had only one headlamp and driving at night tried to elude policemen who attempted to stop the truck.
According to some eye witnesses the truck swerved and fell on a tricycle and immediately burst into flames killing five persons .
The Public Relations Officer of the Federal Road Safety Corps Godsgift Uwem who confirmed the incident said it occurred along Kilometer 8 on the Uyo – Calabar highway. Those who survived and injured were rushed to a hospital.
Indian Vice President, Mohammad Ansari who was on a visit to Nigeria on Tuesday, reiterated Nigeria – India long term partnership, a development which has helped in boosting the economy of the two countries.
The Indian Vice President, promised to increase the quantity of crude oil purchased in Nigeria and also investing the sum of $5 billion in Nigerian economy.
Senior Special Assistant to Nigeria’s President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Harba Shehu noted that Nigeria and India relationship is mutual as both countries “have nothing to quarrel about”.
Responding, President Buhari appreciated India’s plan to invest in Nigeria noting that India has invested about $10 billion into the Nigerian economy.
He stressed the need for the two countries to harmonize investments in Agriculture, technology, education, health and trade ; laying emphasis on Indians agricultural model which is capable of feeding the Asian countries large population as well as exportation to other nations.
Fourteen persons have been confirmed dead in a road accident in Dhading district bordering Kathmandu on Tuesday afternoon in Nepal. Dinesh Yadav a police officer deployed to the accident scene told Xinhua that the bus carrying the passengers crashed at Marpak village in Dhading district.
So far a total of 14 bodies were discovered from the crash including 10 males and 4 females. The passenger bus was enroute Dhading district headquarters to Darkha village development committee.
As part of President Muhammadu Buhari’s efforts to reposition the nations dwindling economy and to inject efficient hands, President Buhari has appointed 13 Chief Executives for 13 Federal Agencies in Nigeria.
A statement signed by the Director of Press in the office of the Secretary to the Government of the Federation Mr. Bolaji Adebiyi listed the appointments as follows;
AS preparation for the USA presidential election heightens six weeks way from the election, the first of the three presidential debates takes place Monday night and there is a lot of anxiety on what to look out for by Americans and the international community. The debate will give candidates best chances to make their cases to the nation.
The debate will be in six segments of about 15 minutes each on a different topic to be moderated by NBC Anchor, Lestor Holt and venue is Hofstra University on Long Island, New York. The start time is 21.00 Local Time (01.00GMT).
Early hours of Sunday morning 25th September, 2016 a man was caught while trying to steal a flat screen television at Aka-Itiam in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State, belonging to a football viewing center located within the area.
Unfortunately, his hand was chopped off by angry youths living within the locality where he was caught.