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  1. WHO on Wednesday warned Nigeria and 15 other African countries of a listeriosis outbreak that started in South Africa in 2017, confirming its support for their preparedness and response to the disease. The other African countries are Angola, Botswana, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe Listeriosis is a bacterial infection most commonly caused by Listeria monocytogenes. It can cause severe illness, including severe sepsis, meningitis, or encephalitis, sometimes resulting in lifelong harm and even death. Listeria is ubiquitous and is primarily transmitted via the 0ral route after ingestion of contaminated food products According to WHO numbers, nearly 200 South Africans have died since January 2017 as a result of contaminated ready-to-eat meat products that are widely consumed in the country and may also have been exported to two West African countries and 14 members of the South African Development Community. South African health authorities recently declared the source of the outbreak as a factory in Polokwane, in the country’s northeast. This prompted a national and international recall of the food products. However, in light of the potentially long incubation period of listeriosis and the challenges relating to large-scale nationwide recall processes, further cases are likely to occur. Whole genome sequencing of isolated strains of the Listeria bacteria was used to make the link between the contaminated products, the producing company and strains of Listeria isolated from the patients. The WHO is currently supporting further genome sequencing to determine which cases are linked to this ongoing outbreak. In March, South Africa hosted a meeting of SADC health ministers to address regional preparedness and response to listeriosis. The ministers committed to regional collaboration, exchanging information and strengthening national food safety systems in line with international standards. The WHO, however, does not currently recommend any trade-related measures in relation to the current outbreak of listeriosis in South Africa, other than the recall of products identified as sources of infection. The UN health agency is working with the 16 priority countries to improve their ability to prepare for, detect and respond to potential outbreaks. Immediate steps include increasing awareness on listeriosis, enhancing active surveillance and laboratory diagnosis, ensuring the readiness of Rapid Response Teams, and strengthening coordination and contingency planning. Experts have been deployed to South Africa, Lesotho and Swaziland to support these efforts. “This outbreak is a wake-up call for countries in the region to strengthen their national food safety and disease surveillance systems,” said Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, WHO regional director for Africa
  2. Former President Olusegun Obasanjo of Nigeria, Chairman of Advisors of the Africa Initiative for Governance (AIG), after delivering a speech titled “Leader In African Context” at the Blavatnik School ofGovernment, the University of Oxford, United kingdom, on Monday, said that Nigeria Will Collapse if Buhari wins in 2019 general elections. He said this in an interaction with international media in the UK. The former Nigerian president has been most erratic in his political leaning and ideological belief. Dr. Obasanjo has become renown for sponsoring candidates in presidential elections after he vacated office in 2007 and turns back before the end the tenure to run down same president the supported in the election. Obasanjo since his famous statement on February 23, 2018, where he made a clarion call on Nigerians to abandon both the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and embrace the emergent Coalition for Nigeria Movement, the Third Force, for generational change of leadership in 2019, has intensified his campaign against incumbent President Muhammadu Buhariboth within and outside Nigeria, advocating change in leadership. Obasanjo had in his statement advised Buhari not to seek re-election in 2019 bit retired to join the league of former presidents in the country. Thereafter, the former president tool his campaign to United States of America, now turning to the United Kingdom top strengthen his campaign against the incumbent president; the same thing he did top former PresidentGoodluck Jonathan. Former President Obasanjo has continued to list the failures of President Buhari and the reasons why he should forego 2019. He maintained that Nigeria will not remain a corporate country if Buhari wins the presidential election in 2019.
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  4. Thieves love smartphones (especially expensive models). What should you do if you suddenly notice your phone is lost or stolen? How to block a stolen phone in Nigeria? Is it something simple or hard to do? Is it possible to perform the task without IMEI and by using IMEI code? Find all the answers in our post below. Every day someone loses his or her phone. This happens all across the world, including Nigeria and other African countries. Some people are able to track their stolen device. Others forget about such options and simply decide to purchase a different device instead. However, if this is a valuable gadget and it contains important data (impressive memories, imagines, contact list), do not let thieves get their hands on it. Simply block the device (distantly) and protect yourself. We are about to tell you how you can block your phone in case it is stolen or lost. HOW TO BLOCK A STOLEN PHONE USING IMEI NUMBER Firstly, you need to understand what IMEI is. We will be quick to explain this. IMEI are the four letters that stay for the unique identifier of the mobile device. Every phone has its IMEI code. It has nothing to do with your SIM card because IMEI is also with the phone even if a thieve takes the SIM out or replaces it with his own card. Everyone can see their IMEI by calling a short number *#06# – the number (sometimes two numbers) will be displayed right on your screen. You would say, ‘How to block my stolen phone if I cannot use it to find the IMEI number?’ There is no need to write it down or remember. Your identifier is written on the original gadget’s box – so keep the boxes for all new phones you purchase, just in case. Once again, do not worry if you have no phone and no box because below we will tell you how to block a phone without IMEI. By the way, it is usually completely free for the device owner to request its remote blocking. HERE IS HOW YOU CAN BLOCK YOUR PHONE WITH IMEI: As soon as you notice that you have no phone anymore, you need to visit your closest police office in Nigeria and file a report about missing or lost mobile device. Let the police know your IMEI number so that they can try to track and locate it for you. Sometimes, however, it is impossible to trace lost and stolen gadgets. If tracking and location of a phone are impossible even with the help of police, you should call your mobile operator customer service and tell them your phone is lost or stolen and needs to be blocked by IMEI code. Your carrier will ask for a copy of a police report and your information. Provide the documents and your gadget will be distantly blocked by your operator. Each blocked gadget cannot be used on a different network since carriers share a database of blocked devices. Besides, whoever finds or has your lost device won’t be able to access your financial details and personal information. HOW TO BLOCK A STOLEN PHONE WITHOUT IMEI NUMBER Now let us say your phone is stolen or lost but you don’t know its IMEI number and don’t have that box your phone came in. How is it possible to block such a device in Nigeria? METHOD 1 Contact the carrier whose SIM you have inserted into your phone. They will not be able to block your device, but they can at least block your SIM card. This way you will not be suddenly surprised by a huge bill made by a person who has found and kept using your device (making phone calls, sending text messages, and surfing the web). METHOD 2 If you own any authorized phone from a Nigerian mobile network, you can easily ask the mobile operator to block your device even without telling them your IMEI number. How is it possible? Mobile networks can access the ‘call list’ of their clients with authorized gadgets purchased from this network. If this is your case, the company has to confirm your identity (make sure that you are the original device owner) and then it can block your gadget. All you have to do is make a request through customer support and identify yourself. Phone block process usually takes up to 48 hours. Such blocked gadget won’t be accessible through any other mobile network, so whoever has your device won’t be able to make calls and use the mobile network. By the way, authorized phone users who have a legit insurance on their device can request a device replacement. It would cost you some money, but you will end up with a new replacement of the phone. You see that there is a solution if you notice that your phone is no longer with you. We explained how to block a stolen phone in Nigeria, so follow the methods above and you will protect your personal information from being used by third-party persons. Source: Naija.ng
  6. How to Apply for UK Visa in Nigeria

    Many Nigerians want to visit the UK, and this time we will tell you how to apply for UK visa in Nigeria. The process is not so hard but you should do everything correctly. We welcome you to find out all the details. Many Nigerians consider the UK as a second home because even in London there are more than one million Nigerians. Nigerians for decades go to the UK to gain the education, find work, for shopping, or some medical reasons. This connection of the two countries started at the times of colonization. The connection is still strong even after Nigeria gained independence. Metropolitan Police of UK even announced that all the constables should be able to speak in the Yoruba language, this shows the big impact of Nigerian immigrants in the UK. HOW TO APPLY FOR UK VISA FROM NIGERIA? We have prepared for you the instruction on how to apply for UK visa in Nigeria. The common requirements are simple if you act consistently. To start your path to the UK visa, or any other visa you should receive an international passport Make 45mm x 35mm photography which must not be older than 6 months You should pay $141 -$150, this is a nonrefundable fee that can be paid online Make a copy of the filled online form If you are going on a holiday you should have a letter of invitation If you plan to take children, it is necessary to have their birth certificates Utility bills, such as PHC bills Documents that can confirm your hotel booking and flight tickets Statement of account Marriage certificate, if you are married Let’s consider some details. First, you should get an international passport in Nigerian immigration service. You can apply for UK visa in Nigeria online, just visit www.visa4uk.fco.gov.uk and create the account. Remember that there are different kinds of visas, so read all the information and conditions at the website. Follow the online instruction and you will find out how to pay the fee for visa. The sum can be changed so confirm it on the website. After filling online form you will get GWF number and an email with all the information of the visa. WHERE TO APPLY FOR UK VISA IN NIGERIA? If you want to get a visa you should book an appointment in some visa application center. The centers are situated in Lagos (Victoria Island and Ikeja) and Abuja. It is necessary to visit visa application center for the interview with an official of the embassy. You are expected to come with appointment confirmation proof and international passport, online application forms and proof of payment. Do not be late to your appointment, this is very important. Be ready that the officials will take your snapshots and fingerprints at the center. SOME TIPS TO APPLY FOR UK VISA IN NIGERIA Visit and register at www.ge2ng.tpcontact.co.uk this is a new service that can help you to gain Long Term Visa in easiest way. As for official and diplomats visas, they are a lot easier to get but only if you are government official. It will be harder to receive a visa if you have been rejected earlier. Remember that it is important to have a genuine reason for visiting the UK, otherwise, you can be disqualified. It is very important not to tell lies during the process because the Embassy does everything to make the process as fair as possible. Now you know how to apply for UK visa in Nigeria, we hope that this information will be useful for you. Source: Naija.ng
  7. Barely 24hrs after visiting Nigeria, US President Donald Trump sacks Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Moving swiftly, Trump announced Mike Pompeo, Director of the CIA, and said he will become the new Secretary of State. He will do a fantastic job! Thank you to Rex Tillerson for your service! Trump said.
  8. More people have been reported killed in Nigeria in the first 10 weeks of 2018 than have been reported killing in Syria, where there is a full blown war, in the same period. 1351 Nigerians were killed in violent crimes in Nigeria as against the 1017 people killed in war-torn Syria. These violent crimes include killings from rampaging Fulani Herdsmen, Boko-Haram killings etc. If this doesn’t scare you, then I dont know what will.
  9. A coaster bus belonging to Imo state Actors Guild of Nigeria, yesterday was involved in a ghastly accident, along Onitsha/Owerri road. According to reports, the group was on their way back from the burial of the sister to the National chairman of AGN, Emeka Rollers. Though no life was lost, few sustained injuries.
  10. The owner of WhatsApp is not relenting as he's still continuing working hard to release updates from time to time in order to make sure the platform become easier to use. A few weeks back, Whatsapp Business was released, which is a must-have for all small business owners or anybody offering services to the public. This is another great news. WhatsApp has rolled out its Payments service in India to the Android and iOS users. Earlier WhatsApp began the testing of its digital payment service in India with limited beta users. WhatsApp has rolled out its Payment feature for all the users in India and in order to use the WhatsApp payment feature, users need to update their WhatsApp messenger to the latest version. The WhatsApp payment service has been integrated with BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) and takes the advantage of the UPI (Unified Payments Interface) to let the users link their bank account, send and receive money directly from their WhatsApp messenger. Hopefully, the feature will be available very soon in Nigeria and other African countries. WhatsApp Payment Feature, A Major Concern to Nigeria Banks Do you know that telcos have hated the global messaging app due to the fact that "the activities of ‘over-the-top’ companies like WhatsApp, Viber have adverse effects on their business and affects the sustainability of Nigeria’s telecommunications industry." Now, it seems the banks will join the battle royal. The risk to banks is clear: if WhatsApp becomes very successful in payments, it may become a small bank of itself. In other words, if people decide to be leaving money in their wallets without moving them to their bank accounts, most banks would struggle [liquidity issues]. In other words, you can leave N100k in your WhatsApp account to handle basic things, and only move the money to the bank when you need hard cash. Under this scenario, the bank is merely serving as a dumb terminal which is good when you need to withdraw cash or pay in money. Once the money is in the wallet, you have no need of your bank. Most Nigerian banks are enjoying growing transaction-based fees with ATM charges and all kinds of charges including stamp duty on digital transfer. WhatsApp could help Nigerians to handle their financial transactions without hitting any bank server, and in the process avoid most of those fees. The excessive fees would push many people to adopt WhatsApp. Just load your WhatsApp wallet, and from there handle basic things of your life. Provided the money is leaving the wallet, banks would not access the stamp duty, SMS fees, etc.
  11. The Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo, has confirmed that his eldest daughter, Damilola Osinbajo is set to wed her heartthrob, Oluseun Bakare. Osinbajo confirmed the news on his social media accounts saying "With joy and praise to the Lord, Dolly and I announce the betrothal of our daughter Oludamilola Osinbajo to Oluseun Bakare." Damilola's sister, Kiki Osinbajo, also shared the exciting news on her page "My sister is getting married. My new brother OluSeun Bakare in the house".
  12. The Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has said Nigeria will experience a doomed situation if President Muhammadu Buhari gets a second term in office. Fayose, who stated this when he appeared on a national television broadcast on Saturday, alleged that the President was being led by a cabal in power. The governor, according to a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Idowu Adelusi, also said he organized hunters to tackle the herdsmen menace because the federal security agencies appeared helpless over the issue. He said, “The constitution of Nigeria is no longer working. The constitution was not even drafted to make the governor have control over the security apparatus that could be used to help his people.
  13. The only remedy for affordable data plan in Nigeria, Glo the grand master of data seems to be having difficult times lately and so unable to keep up with their data promise. Despite its epileptic network, people are still managing the Glo data due to their cheapest plan. The complaint of their customers didn't give them the courage to fix their slow network issue, but they went ahead to frustrate users the more. With the new unbalanced data bundle, Glo N1000 for the 4GB plan has reduced to just 2GB and Glo N2000 for the 9.5GB plan has reduced to just 4.5GB for the same price and duration. See the screenshot below. To confirm this, you can dial *777# from your phone with a Glo line to check further. This is a new development (as of yesterday). As of this morning, some people testified that they were given 4GB for N1000 and others said they got 2GB for N1000. I don't really know whom to believe for now, but all I know is that Globacom has reduced the volumes of their data plans and it's a matter of time before the new change gets to all customers. Recommended: Special Offer: Get 9Mobile 1GB Data For Just N200 or Get 5GB for N1000 If you compare the old data plans with this new plans, you will notice that they just slashed everything by half, just like how they did during April last year, before they later increased it. Is this not going to chase away their subscribers?
  14. Are you looking to upgrade from your old mobile phone this new year? Or looking for a present for a friend or family member? Then you sure need a guide through the best and popular android phones currently selling in Nigeria with their price and specifications. The phones that are listed below are in no particular order: Samsung Galaxy S8 Samsung is known to manufacture some of the best and most innovative smartphones in the world. Their products are always of high quality, they look stunning and technological. The newest model is not different in this regard. specs: ★ Display: 5,8 inches, 2960 x 1440 pixels ★ OS: Android 7.0 (Nougat) ★ Memory: 64 GB, 4 GB RAM ★ Camera: 12 MP (secondary 8 MP) ★ Battery: 3000 mAh (non-removable) ★ Price ~₦300,000 OnePlus 3T The company which produces product may be considered new in the smartphone market but their latest model, 3T has greatly uplift their reputation with incredible specs and significantly cheap. Specs: ★ Display: 5,5 inches, 1920 x 1080 pixels ★ OS: Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow), which could be upgraded to 7.1.1 (Nougat) ★ Memory: 64/128 GB, 6 GB RAM ★ Camera: 16 MP (secondary 16 MP) ★ Battery: 3400 mAh (non-removable) ★ Price ~₦220,000 Huawei Mate 9 Pro Many phone experts and tech persons call this phone ‘the best Android phone of 2016’. Like the Mate series, it is equipped with a lightning-speed processor, long-lasting battery, innovative security measures and beautiful external (and internal) design. Specs: ★ Display: 5,5 inches, 2560 x 1440 pixels ★ OS: Android 7.0 (Nougat) ★ Memory: 64/128 GB, 6 GB RAM ★ Camera: 20 MP+12 MP (secondary 8 MP) ★ Battery: 4000 mAh (non-removable) ★ Price ~₦350,000 Tecno Phantom 6 Tecno has been one of the top mobile phone manufacturers in Nigeria, and its Phantom 6 was not a disappointment. Specs: ★ Display: 5,5 inches, 1920 x 1080 pixels ★ OS: Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) ★ Memory: 32 GB, 3 GB RAM ★ Camera: 13 MP+5 MP (secondary 8 MP) ★ Battery: 2700 mAh (non-removable) ★ Price ~₦90,000 Infinix Zero 4 Plus Infinix could be considered a new addition to the market of mobile phones in Nigeria,but they have clearly shown that good Android phones can be affordable. With just ₦100,000, you can afford a world class phone. Specs: ★ Display: 6 inches, 1920 x 1080 pixels ★ OS: Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), which could be upgraded to 7.0 (Nougat) ★ Memory: 32 GB, 4 GB RAM ★ Camera: 20,7 MP (secondary 13 MP) ★ Battery: 4000 mAh (non-removable) ★ Price ~₦100,000 GIONEE Marathon M5 Plus Wonderful build, curved metal lines and affordability are the three things that come to mind when we hear the name Gionee. But the best attribute is its battery, which will allow hours upon hours of telephone calls and music playback. Specs: ★ Display: 6 inches, 1920 x 1080 pixels ★ OS: Android 5.1 (Lollipop) ★ Memory: 64 GB, 3 GB RAM ★ Camera: 13 MP (secondary 5 MP) ★ Battery: 5020 mAh (non-removable) ★ Price ~₦100,000 LG G5 LG has always been a good reputed company but it has been overshadowed by newer aspiring brands. The company lately has found it's way to the top with its G5 model. Bright display, dual main cameras, impressive speed. Specs: ★ Display: 5,3 inches, 2560 x 1440 pixels ★ OS: Android 6.0.1 (Marshmallow), which could be upgraded to 7.0 (Nougat) ★ Memory: 32 GB, 4 GB RAM ★ Camera: 16 MP +8 MP (secondary 8 MP) ★ Battery: 2800 mAh (removable) ★ Price ~₦170,000 After serious considerations, my pick as the best smartphone coming into 2018 is Samsung Galazy S8. My choice may not blend with yours so choose wisely!
  15. One of the new addings to the smart phone family this 2018 is the Lenovo K320t smartphone and was launched in January 2018. The phone comes with a 5.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 720 pixels by 1440 pixels. The Lenovo K320t is powered by 1.3GHz quad-core Spreadtrum processor and it comes with 2GB of RAM. The phone packs 16GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card. Specifications and features GENERAL Release date: January 2018 Form factor: Touchscreen Dimensions (mm): 155.20 x 73.50 x 8.50 Weight (g): 153.80 Battery capacity (mAh): 3000 Removable battery: No Colours: Black DISPLAY Screen size(inches): 5.50 Touchscreen: Yes Resolution: 720x1440 pixels HARDWARE Processor: 1.3GHz quad-core Processor make: Spreadtrum RAM: 2GB Internal storage: 16GB Expandable storage: Yes Expandable storage type: microSD Expandable storage up to (GB): 128 CAMERA Rear camera: 8-megapixel Rear Flash: LED Front camera: 8-megapixel Front Flash: No SOFTWARE Operating System: Android 7.1 CONNECTIVITY Wi-Fi: Yes GPS: Yes Bluetooth: Yes Headphones: 3.5mm FM: Yes SENSORS Proximity sensor: Yes Accelerometer: Yes Ambient light sensor: Yes PRICE ~ N64,000
  16. The Nokia 6 (2018) smartphone was launched in January 2018 and is relatively cheap. The phone comes with a 5.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels and is powered by 2.2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 630 processor .It comes with 4GB of RAM. The phone packs 32GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 128GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Nokia 6 (2018) packs a 16- megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies. The Nokia 6 (2018) runs Android 7.1.1 and is powered by a 3000mAh non removable battery. Specifications Screen Size: 5.50-inch Resolution: 1080x1920 pixels Storage: 32GB Processor: 2.2GHz octa-core RAM: 4GB Rear Camera: 16-megapixel Front Camera: 8-megapixel OS: Android 7.1.1 Battery Capacity: 3000mAh Release date: January 2018 Form factor: Touchscreen Dimensions(mm) :148.80 x 75.80 x 8.60 Weight (g): 172.00 Battery capacity (mAh): 3000 Removable battery: No Colours: Black and Silver Price: ~ ₦94,000 Screen size(inches): 5.50 Touchscreen: Yes Resolution: 1080x1920 pixels Internal storage: 32GB Expandable storage: Yes Expandable storage type: microSD Expandable storage up to (GB) :128 Wi-Fi: Yes GPS: Yes Bluetooth: Yes, v 5.00 USB OTG: Yes Headphones: 3.5mm FM: Yes Number of SIMs: 2 SIM 1 SIM Type: Nano-SIM GSM/CDMA GSM 3G: Yes 4G/ LTE: Yes SIM 2 SIM Type: Nano-SIM GSM/CDMA GSM 3G: Yes 4G/ LTE: Yes Proximity sensor: Yes Accelerometer: Yes Ambient light sensor: Yes
  17. Jorge Sampaoli, Argentina's national team coach, has admited that La Albiceleste face a tough test to overcome Nigeria in their Group D Russia 2018 World Cup clash at the Saint Petersburg Stadium in Saint Petersburg on June 26, but the 57-year-old has revealed what they need to do to earn the desired points from the game. Other occupants of the group are debutants Iceland and Croatia. The Eagles open their World Cup campaign against Croatia at the Kaliningrad Stadium in Kaliningrad on June 16 before travelling to Volgograd to face Iceland on June 22. Nigeria handed a surprise 4-2 defeat to two-time champions Argentina in a friendly affair in Krasnodar in Russia on November 14, making three-time Africans champions Eagles favourites to win the Saint Petersburg encounter. Sampaoli came under huge criticism from the Argentine media and fans over the Krasnodar defeat, which was the White and Sky Blue's second after beating Nigeria five times in their previous seven meetings. And Sampaoli, who guided Chile to the 2015 Copa America glory, is wary of the potential threat posed by the Eagles to the South American giants in their Russia 2018 group. But he insists La Albiceleste could prove their superiority over Nigeria by winning the game. According to a Punch report, the former Sevilla manager is also worried about the potential threat posed by dark horses Iceland to Argentina's bid to reach the next round. "These are rivals that are coming with few obligations and a lot of enthusiasm for a unique opportunity as the World Cup is," Sampaoli was quoted as saying on La Albiceleste's official website on Sunday. "They are going to make us fight but it will depend on us. We need to establish a way and be the Argentina we want to be. "Iceland will make us work, as everyone else. Nigeria is unpredictable, they are very fast. We need to study them well. Croatia has an excellent midfield line with Luka Modric, Ivan Rakitic and Ivan Perisic. They also have (Mario) Manzukic as a No. 9. They are very strong." Meanwhile, former Argentina forward Jorge Valdano says he is worried about his country's chances in the group. The Mexico '86 World Cup winner, who guided Real Madrid to the 1995 La Liga title, fears Argentina could be embarrassed in the group. "It is a worrisome group," the former Real Madrid striker was quoted by El Universo as saying on Sunday. "Iceland is a stone, Croatia has a good foot, especially in the centre of the field with players like Modric or Rakitic." "Finally, Nigeria just played a friendly match with Argentina in which Argentina clearly lost, so it does not seem like a comfortable group," Valdano said.

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