INSTAGRAM DOWN: APP NOT WORKING AS IT REFUSES TO LOAD PEOPLE’S PICTURES AND PROFILES

Instagram has stopped working, with people unable to see people’s pictures or profiles. Users are instead greeted with empty profiles and a message that the app “cannot refresh feed”. The web version of the app also has problems. Heading to any page brings up only a “5xx Server Error”. Issues are particularly affecting users in northern Europe, Australia and the west coast of the US, according to the outage-tracking website Down Detector. But that is probably because of time zones – in California, where Instagram is based, it is past midnight.…

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Customs raises global awareness, intercepts N10b Pangolin scales in six months

Massive interception of Pangolin scales and Elephant tusks by the Federal Operations Unit (FOU) of the Nigerian Customs Services has attracted global attention to the country and it’s strict compliance to a United Nation’s convention on endangered species. Officers of FOU Zone ‘A’ Ikeja have recorded the highest seizure of Pangolin scales and Elephant tusk worth N10 billion in six months. A worldwide ban on trade in Pangolin was unanimously agreed to at a meeting of the 181 nations including Nigeria on the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species…

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SoftTalk, Nigeria owned messaging app for unveiling in Lagos

Simple Azenabor, the Japan based Nigerian app developer SoftTalk, a social media messaging app, developed by a Japan-based Nigerian developer, is set to be unveiled in Lagos. The app, which is in the likes of WhatsApp, would help to solve local problems and create job opportunities in the country. Softtalk is an indigenous messaging application, which enables users to chat, make audio and video calls, unrestricted numbers of group chats as well shop for affordable and genuine products. With the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) putting mobile subscriptions as at June,…

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Federal Government To Reconstruct Road Linking Creek Road to Tincan Island, Lagos

The Federal Executive Council (FEC) on Wednesday approved seventy-two point nine billion for reconstruction of road linking Creek Road to Tincan Island, Oworonshoki and Toll gate at the Lagos end of Lagos-Ibadan expressway. The Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola, briefed State House correspondents at the end of FEC meeting presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari. He said the project which would be completed in two years covers twenty-seven point eight kilometers of five lanes on both sides of the roads. According to him, the project excludes Coconut-Mile…

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LOVE FM GENERAL MANAGER CALLS FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

Crowther Radio 104.5 (Love FM) is aiming to create empowerment opportunities for those who are in need of vocational occupation. Speaking on the needs to engage people in vocational skills, the General Manager of Love FM, Madam Lilian Anele stated that, poor people’s involvement in local associations and inter-community cooperation mechanisms can contribute to social empowerment by improving their skills, knowledge and self-perception. Going by the few employment opportunities in the country, General Manager of Love FM, Madam Lilian Anele disclosed that Crowther Radio 104.5 (Love FM) will soon offer…

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VLISCO FABRIC PRODUCTION

http://lovefmabuja.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/QUALITIES.mp3  The Chief Executive VLISCO FABRIC PRODUCTIONSOfficer, Vlisco Nigeria Limited, David Suddens says his company is in Nigeria to boost local production of textile. He made this comment in Abuja on Thursday in celebration of the one hundred and seventy years of existence of the company in business of fabrics production and the opening of the retail shops of the company’s products at Jabi Lake Mall, Abuja. INSERT = = = = QUALITIES Suddens remarked that Nigerians will benefit from its productions as it will generate employement and hard currency…

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FACEBOOK CEO, MARK ZUCKERBERG, IN NIGERIA, EXCITED ABOUT TECHNOLOGY DRIVE

Facebook’s Chief Executive Officer, Mark Zuckerberg, is currently in Nigeria to see how Facebook can better support technology development and entrepreneurship in the country and other African nations. The Facebook CEO visited a ‘Summer of Code Camp’ at the Co-Creation Hub in Yaba, otherwise known as the Silicon Valley of Nigeria, as one of his first stops on the trip. CcHub opened in 2011 and at the time did not have an office. Five years later, they have occupied three floors and the roof of a building. At the Cc…

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