DSS Foils Bomb Attack on Computer Village by IPOB Member

The Department of State Security Services, DSS, on Thursday announced that it has captured an IPOB member plotting to blow up the Computer Village in Lagos, Nigeria. “This Service arrested one Chidiebere Onwudiwe, a graduate of Mechanical and Chemical Engineering and known member of IPOB, on 22nd June, 2016,” the statement said. “Onwudiwe and his… Continue reading DSS Foils Bomb Attack on Computer Village by IPOB Member

Hunger in Nigeria: Parents Now Use Kids as Collateral to Obtain Food

These are indeed hard times in Nigeria as parents have resorted to using their children as collateral to obtain food. A PUNCH News feature highlights a few of cases of children used as collateral. Ibrahim Bala, five, ran around the premises in company with other children as they engaged each other in a game of… Continue reading Hunger in Nigeria: Parents Now Use Kids as Collateral to Obtain Food

UBA Security Guard Honoured For Returning Misplaced $10,000

Tony Elumelu, Chairman of the United Bank for Africa, UBA today honoured Mohammed Ibrahim Ogbanago, a security guard at the UBA branch in Oba Akran, who returned a misplaced $10,000. Elumelu narrated the story on Instagram. He wrote, ”Last month, Mohammed Ibrahim Ogbanago, a security guard at the @ubagroup branch in Oba Akran, found $10,000… Continue reading UBA Security Guard Honoured For Returning Misplaced $10,000

U.S. Department of Energy plans to counter China’s fastest supercomputer

The latest Top500 list of the most powerful supercomputers on the planet saw China snatch the top spot away from the United States. Now, there’s word that an IBM is working to put the U.S. back on top. The U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory will apparently receive an IBM system known as… Continue reading U.S. Department of Energy plans to counter China’s fastest supercomputer

  Biography Nelson Mandela Nelson Mandela (1918 – 2013) was a South African political activist who spent over 20 years in prison for his opposition to the apartheid regime. He was released in 1990 and, in 1994, was later elected the first leader of a democratic South Africa. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize… Continue reading