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Nigerian comedian MC Tagwaye visits IDP camp in Katsina

Nigerian comedian gives back to the society

Nigerian comedian, Obinna Simon, popularly known as MC Tagwaye who is known for mimicking President Muhammadu Buhari might have just won the heart of many Nigerians. 

MC Tagwaye who is sometimes considered by many as Buhari’s doppelganger recently visited the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camp in Katsina state where he presented them with food items and money. He was accompanied by his twin brother. 

He took to his Facebook page to share photos from his visit after which he was showered with praises by his friends and followers on the platform. 

Source: https://www.naij.com/1117564-nigerian-comedian-mc-tagwaye-visits-idp-camp-katsina.html

How to become a software engineer without school

The job industry for software engineers has been booming. With startups always being born and seeking out developers to bring their visions to life, gaining the skills of a coder is a hot commodity. With so much information on the web, it’s never been a better time to learn how to code on your own time. We’ve compiled a list of free resources that can help you on that journey. 

If you stick to a routine and stay consistent with your learning, you can earn that high paying salary of a software engineer in no time! Keep reading for our carefully selected resources online. It will feel like you basically earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science.

5 College Degrees That Will Be Extinct In 20 Years


Do you remember when futuristic movies would show a future full of robots? Well, that future isn’t so far away. 

The robots are coming, and they will take our jobs. The technological revolution we are in is not stopping anytime soon, and automation is a huge part of its growth. We have witnessed this change before, and that was the Industrial Revolution. 

The solution was creating a more educated workforce to handle more complex issues, and again our solution to this issue lies in education. When choosing a college degree, it is important to be cognizant of the changing world and its changing demands. 

And so, I have found 5 college degrees that will be sure to be obsolete with the advent of technology.  

Police Officer Who Saved At-Risk Baby Does The Incredible 25 Years Later

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On Nov. 21, 1989, Santa Ana, California police officer Michael Buelna was investigating an unrelated crime when he heard a newborn’s cry from a place no newborn should ever be.

Officer Michael Buelna was a young cop on duty in Santa Ana The night was unusually chilly for California weather. Buelna was investigating a stabbing that had taken place in the area a few days prior. As he rounded the next corner, he was flagged down by a few neighbors in the area. They’d heard a baby crying.

Some states of the federation like Benue and Taraba now have laws against open grazing

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There have been allegations that Fulani herdsmen have defied rules and orders concerning open grazing in Nigeria.

Some states of the federation like Benue and Taraba now have laws against open grazing In Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city, Fulani herdsmen have allegedly continued with open grazing of cattle despite calls against it by the government and citizens of the country. 

Some of these states include Benue and Taraba. In Edo, the state Assembly is still battling with a law to stop open grazing. 

It was learnt that the need to discourage open grazing followed the alleged atrocities committed by herdsmen in many states. In some cases, the herdsmen are alleged to have defiled women, kill residents and farmers and even raze down communities. 

Photographs of a herd of cattle in roaming Durumi-Abuja, were released on social media by George Onmonya Daniel. 

Source: https://www.naij.com/1117565-fulani-herdsmen-allegedly-abuja-community.html

Trump Replaces Chief Of Staff Priebus With Retired General Kelly

President Donald Trump replaced his White House chief of staff, Reince Priebus on Friday, installing retired General John Kelly in his place.

Trump announced the move in a tweet a day after his new communications director, Anthony Scaramucci, accused Priebus of leaking information to reporters in a profanity-laced tirade.
Former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus in an interview on Fox News said he offered to resign and that he was not asked to resign hours after President Donald Trump replaced him after only six months on the job, installing retired General John Kelly in his place in a major shake-up of his top team.
Reince Priebus said “But I’m feeling good about the fact that he’s making a change that makes him comfortable with moving forward. You know we had a good talk yesterday, I resigned, he accepted it and then we started working together and talking quite a few times about who would be a great pick to come in here and be the chief of staff
“I can’t think of anyone better than a four star General John Kelly who is a good, decent, tough guy who is exactly the type of person the president needs. So I’m happy for him. I think actually going a different direction, hitting a reset button is a good thing and the president did that and so I think he’s happy.”

Kelly, 67, a retired four-star Marine Corps general, is currently secretary of the Department of Homeland Security and will assume the chief of staff post on Monday.

American POW Finally Rescued, But Circumstances Of His Release Stir National Controversy

Robert Bergdahl Story

War is Hell. Men fight, men die, and the battles and suffering can go on for many years, decades even, before any real progress or resolution is made. In the fighting and the violence, it’s not unusual for even the bravest, most dedicated soldier to lose their nerve.

Army infantryman Robert Bergdahl was an American soldier serving in Afghanistan in 2009. He was devoted, heroic, and reliable. But the war against terror had been going on for years, and Bergdahl was beginning to wonder of victory would ever come…

Cop Is Devastated After He’s Forced To Give Up His Longtime K-9 Partner

Police officers often spend more time with their partners than their own families. And when their partner has four legs, a bushy tail, and undying loyalty, it’s hard not to get attached.

Four years ago, Sergeant David Evans was paired with a nine-month-old German Shepherd puppy named Ivy, who would be his K-9 partner. Four years later, the two have become inseparable. However, now that David is about to retire after 34 years on the force, the police department is forcing the partners to separate so Ivy can be re-handled with another officer.

Lagos Chief Judge Inaugurates Tribunals

A week after local council elections took place in Lagos State, the states Chief Judge, Justice Funmilayo Atilade, has inaugurated two tribunals to look into petitions arising from the exercise.
The two tribunals, headed by Justice Olateru Olagbegi and Mrs Folashade Adetiba, are expected to provide a platform for aggrieved parties or individuals to seek redress through a seamless legal process, as prescribed by the electoral law.
The chief judge also said that members of the tribunals were men and women of proven integrity who are vast in relevant laws. nevertheless, she charged them to see their new task as a call to service and ensure that the oath of office
Nevertheless, she urged them to see their new task as a call to service and ensure that the oath of office remains their guide.

Former aviation minister emi Fani-Kayode criticizes the Arewa Youths for calling for Nnamdi Kanu's arrest

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The former minister said any attempt to arrest IPOB leader will have consequences.

Fani Kayode described Kanu as a hero whose call for Igbo independence is legitimate Former minister of aviation Femi Fani Kayode on Saturday, July 29, said that Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), leader Nnamdi Kanu is a hero and his call for independence for the Igbo is legitimate and lawful. 

The former minister in a series of tweets monitored by NAIJ.com spoke about the IPOB leader adding that any attempt to arrest him will have consequences. Fani-Kayode also berated the Arewa Youths for calling for the arrest of IPOB leader. 

He said: "The Arewa Youths that demanded that the Igbo must leave the north by October 1st and that have now given the Federal Government an ultimatum to arrest Nnandi Kanu in the next 10 days are stoking a fire that may end up consuming Nigeria. 

Source: https://www.naij.com/1117559-arewa-youths-gagged-put-chains-fani-kayode.html

The government also listed the qualifications for prospective participants in the programme

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The federal government warned prospective participants in the programme not to register through alternative websites.

The government also listed the qualifications for prospective participants in the programme The administration of Muhammadu Buhari has opened its YouWiN! Connect programme portal through which it funds ventures of successful participants in the country. 

The government is however warning prospective participants against registering through alternative sites, especially those that would demand for money. In a statement released by Mr Salisu Dambatta, the director of information in the ministry finance, Abuja, the portal: www.youwinconnect.org.ng was opened on July 24 and it is free. 

Source: https://www.naij.com/1117544-fg-begins-2017-youwin-programme-young-entrepreneurs.html?source=notification

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