Dredging Machine excites Benue State Guber Elect, Dr Samuel Ortom

Benue State Governor-elect, Chief Dr Samuel Ortom, has expressed excitement with the installation of a dredging machine at the bank of River Benue in Wadata saying it conformed with his administration’s idea of thinking outside the box to bring development. Executive Director of Tojema Nigeria Limited, Mr Mark Hanmation, who owns the plant had invited… Read More Dredging Machine excites Benue State Guber Elect, Dr Samuel Ortom

Worlds’s Most Expensive Watch: Patek Philippe Timepiece Sells For Record $24 million

The most “complicated” handmade watch in the world has been sold at auction for an historic $24.4 million. The Henry Graves Supercomplication timepiece, made by the luxury watchmaker Patek Philippe in 1933 for the prominent banker Henry Graves, was sold at Sotheby’s in Switzerland. The sale smashed the world record for the most expensive watch ever sold at auction,… Read More Worlds’s Most Expensive Watch: Patek Philippe Timepiece Sells For Record $24 million

Nigeria, sub-Saharan Africa, account for 30% global oil discoveries

Almost 30 percent of global oil and gas discoveries made over the last five years were in sub-Saharan Africa, reflecting growing global appetite for African resources, the World Energy Outlook Special Report said. The report, recently released, also said that Nigeria is the richest resource centre of the oil sector, but regulatory uncertainty, militant activity… Read More Nigeria, sub-Saharan Africa, account for 30% global oil discoveries

Nigeria has 48 million active internet users – NITDA

Nigeria’s active internet users currently stands at over 48 million, Peter Jack, the Director-General of the National Information Technology Development Agency, NITDA, has said. In a statement issued by NITDA’s Head of Public Affairs, Hadiza Umar, in Abuja on Tuesday, Mr. Jack was quoted to have made the assertion in a speech at the global… Read More Nigeria has 48 million active internet users – NITDA

Most Luxurious first class cabins in the world

Make the flight an incredible experience have been the mission of most airlines. Not only the first class service have suffered major alterations to provide the best comfort and care to passengers, but also the 1st class cabins are becoming more comfortable and luxurious. Take a look to the world’s most luxurious first class airplane… Read More Most Luxurious first class cabins in the world

Microsoft ‘Windows 9′ is coming soon

Following its $2.5bn purchase of video game maker, Mojang, Microsoft has slated a ‘Windows 9′ event in San Francisco for September 30. “Join us to hear about what’s next for Windows and the enterprise”, the invitation to the event reads. Tech analysts have been expecting the software maker to produce another version of Windows, following… Read More Microsoft ‘Windows 9′ is coming soon

Nigeria, largest internet market in Africa— MINISTER

Yenagoa—The Minister of Communication Technology, Dr. Omobola Johnson, yesterday noted that with over 121 million active subscribers, the country’s tele-density has increased to 86.62 percent as against 114.76 million in 2011 and 95.9 million in 2010. Johnson, who spoke in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, during the third regular meeting of the National Council on Communication Technology,… Read More Nigeria, largest internet market in Africa— MINISTER

Over 4 million people pre-ordered the iPhone 6 on the first day

Lots of people want the iPhone 6: Apple announced that first-day pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus topped 4 million, which is twice as many pre-orders as Apple reported for the iPhone 5 in 2012. If you stayed up late to preorder the latest iPhone on Friday, September 12, you weren’t alone:… Read More Over 4 million people pre-ordered the iPhone 6 on the first day

Creation of more polling units: Ekwueme, Clark others ask Jega to resign

ABUJA—SOUTHERN leaders, yesterday, asked the National Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Professor Attahiru Jega to resign, accusing him of plotting to thwart the 2015 general elections by creating additional 30,000 polling units. Jega was accused of allocating 70 per cent of the additional polling units to the North. Led by former Vice… Read More Creation of more polling units: Ekwueme, Clark others ask Jega to resign

Nigeria will start exporting cars soon— Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan has said that Nigeria will become an automobile exporting nation very soon, noting that his administration is committed to the National Automobile Policy. He made the statement on his facebook page on Tuesday. The President stated that, “when this administration launched the new National Automobile policy, I promised Nigerians that our nation… Read More Nigeria will start exporting cars soon— Jonathan