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26 May 2020
With restrictions to movement persisting on account of the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual operations in the country may be jeopardised by cost-related challenges, infrastructure deficit and inadequate skills.
25 May 2020
The outbreak of coronavirus has led to different activities and businesses being carried out virtually. The legal system is not left out of this. Court cases have been done virtually via zoom. While the world is shifting to the use of online media, some activities are meant to be done with witnesses and the public.…
18 May 2020
Concerns over national security are growing as federal and state governments turn to virtual space for meetings. The worries stem from the porous state of the Nigerian space...
15 May 2020
One video calling application that has witnessed a boom in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic is Zoom. However, Zoom is now facing a legal suit after a church located in San Franciso, USA sued for an alleged infiltration by a hacker during one of its Bible study classes. The church, Saint Paulus Lutheran Church is…
24 Apr 2020
For Muslims to deepen their faith through various religious activities during this year’s Ramadan taking place amid coronavirus pandemic, Islamic organisations have resorted to holding virtual Ramadan tafsir
17 Apr 2020
A judge working from home left viewers stunned after he appeared half-naked during a live-streamed court hearing. Judge Carmo Antonio de Souza, a magistrate in the Brazilian state of Amapá, appeared shirtless before the start of an Amapá State Court of Justice video conference streamed on Zoom on April 7. Souza, 52, was part of a…
12 Apr 2020
It took the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic to make some Nigerians come to terms with the fact that physical meetings are not all the times unnecessary, just as working remotely
1 Apr 2020
Video conferencing app Zoom, which has seen its popularity skyrocket in the coronavirus pandemic, has been questioned and it is being investigated after users complained to the FBI of being startled by porn during meetings. New York Attorney General Letitia James sent a letter to the in-vogue California enterprise 'with a number of questions to…


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Nigeria’s worsening food insecurity, which has pushed the cost of food importation to over $10 billion and has escalated foreign exchange scarcity to a record high, may be significantly doused thanks to a new seeds technology.
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Gov. Bello Matawalle of Zamfara has lifted the ban on mobile telecommunication network in the state.
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Former President Goodluck Jonathan, has urged Nigerian leaders to value the interest of every section of the country in order to build a united nation devoid of agitation, disunity and disenchantment.
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Germany on Saturday confirmed its first two cases of the new Omicron strain of Covid-19, in travellers who arrived at Munich airport from South Africa, regional officials said.
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Britain on Saturday announced tougher entry rules for all arriving passengers and the return of a masks mandate, after confirming its first two cases of the new Omicron strain of Covid-19.