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    Ladoke Akintola University Of Technology: How ownership tussle and lack of funds plunged LAUTECH into perennial crises
    Jul02

    Ladoke Akintola University Of Technology: How ownership tussle and lack of funds plunged LAUTECH into perennial crises

    The frustration of an unending strike continues for the students as there is no willing money bag like Moshood Abiola to help them out this time. When the ownership of Oyo State University of Technology was entrusted in the hands of Oyo and Osun States due to the creation of the latter in 1991, no one knew a school founded, owned and financed by...

    In Osun: State on world stage as 50 Nigerian students steal show at Ukrainian Varsity graduation
    Jul02

    In Osun: State on world stage as 50 Nigerian students steal show at Ukrainian Varsity graduation

    The 50 Nigerian students from Osun were the cynosure of all eyes at the event. It was a day of joy for 50 medical students of the Osun State University and their parents at the weekend as they ended their medical studies at the V.N Karazin Kharkiv National University, Kharkiv, Ukraine. One of the new medical doctors, Miss Oyeleye Lateefah Abiola,...

    Strategy: Vladimir Putin’s morning routine involves a late wake-up and breakfast from the country farm of a close political ally
    Jun30

    Strategy: Vladimir Putin’s morning routine involves a late wake-up and breakfast from the country farm of a close political ally

    A typical day for Russian president Vladimir Putin starts with a late wake-up, exercise, and breakfast from the country farm of a close political ally. Vladimir Putin is a night owl. The Russian president has been in the US news lately due to — among other things — an investigation into President Donald Trump’s campaign, tensions around...

    Jean-Claude Juncker: European Commission chief admits ‘I still don’t have a smartphone’
    Jun30

    Jean-Claude Juncker: European Commission chief admits ‘I still don’t have a smartphone’

    Juncker, a former Luxembourg prime minister, uses an old Nokia mobile phone, EU sources told AFP. European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker admitted Friday that he had not yet joined the smartphone revolution, as he helped launch the EU presidency of digital-savvy Estonia.”I shouldn’t say but I have to say it, I still don’t...

    Politics: Trump has reportedly asked his aides to come up with ‘deliverables’ he can offer to Putin in their big meeting
    Jun29

    Politics: Trump has reportedly asked his aides to come up with ‘deliverables’ he can offer to Putin in their big meeting

    President Donald Trump has asked National Security Council staff to come up with "deliverables" that he can offer to Russian President Vladimir Putin. President Donald Trump has asked National Security Council staff to come up with “deliverables” that he can offer to Russian President Vladimir Putin during their meeting on...

    Cyberattack: Fresh incident likely ‘more sophisticated’ than WannaCry
    Jun28

    Cyberattack: Fresh incident likely ‘more sophisticated’ than WannaCry

    The wave of cyberattacks hitting Europe and North America is similar to last month's WannaCry ransomware havoc, but appears potentially "more sophisticated," the European police agency said Wednesday. The wave of cyberattacks hitting Europe and North America is similar to last month’s WannaCry ransomware havoc, but appears...

    Tech: Victims of the global cyberattack have paid $9,000 so far but can’t get their files back
    Jun28

    Tech: Victims of the global cyberattack have paid $9,000 so far but can’t get their files back

    German email operator Posteo said it shut the hackers' account — leaving the victims out of luck. Victims of the ongoing Petya cyberattack have paid £7,064 ($9,000) in Bitcoin to hackers so far to try and get their files back — but they won’t have much luck. The cyberattack broke out on Tuesday, impacting the Ukrainian government...

    Finance: 10 things you need to know in markets today
    Jun28

    Finance: 10 things you need to know in markets today

    Everything you need to know on Wednesday morning. Good morning! Here’s what you need to know in markets on Wednesday. 1. Splits over Brexit emerged yesterday at the very highest levels of the British government as the Brexit secretary accused the chancellor of inconsistency and Boris Johnson faced mockery, the Times reports. Prime Minister...

    Politics: ‘They sow chaos wherever they can’: A familiar actor may be behind the massive cyberattack that swept Europe
    Jun28

    Politics: ‘They sow chaos wherever they can’: A familiar actor may be behind the massive cyberattack that swept Europe

    Tuesday's colossal cyberattack may just be a harbinger of what's to come. A colossal cyberattack on Tuesday has been wreaking havoc on countries and corporations across the globe, and some cybersecurity experts are zeroing in on a familiar name as the possible culprit. The attack, dubbed “Petya,” is a ransomware worm that...

    Politics: ‘They sow chaos wherever they can’: A familiar actor may be behind the massive ‘Petya’ cyberattack
    Jun28

    Politics: ‘They sow chaos wherever they can’: A familiar actor may be behind the massive ‘Petya’ cyberattack

    Tuesday's colossal cyberattack may just be a harbinger of what's to come. A colossal cyberattack on Tuesday has been wreaking havoc on countries and corporations across the globe, and cybersecurity experts are zeroing in on a familiar name as the possible culprit. The attack, dubbed “Petya,” is a ransomware worm that has so...

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