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itels next budget smartphone set to take on Redmi 6A

first_imgNew Delhi: China-based Transsion Holdings’ itel Mobile is set to launch a new feature-packed smartphone in India on May 16 that would take Redmi 6A head on. Industry sources told IANS on Monday that the power-packed itel device is likely to be launched below Rs 5,000. On the other hand, the 2GB and 16GB Redmi 6A is currently priced at Rs 5,999. The device may house features like AI dual camera, capable of performing tasks beyond just capturing good pictures, 2GB RAM for multitasking, latest Android Pie 9 OS, full screen HD+ display and double security features like fingerprint and face unlock. Sources said that the upcoming itel device would be a good choice in the budget smartphone segment. The latest itel portfolio includes A44 Air (5.45-inch full screen device), A44 power and A23 — priced at Rs 4,399, Rs 4,599 and Rs 3,999 respectively. The latest addition could be a game changer for first time buyers and those consumers who are willing to upgrade from old entry level handsets. The company logged 7 per cent share in the feature phone segment in the first quarter of 2019, according to Counterpoint Research.last_img read more

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CPPIB and partners to sell 70 share of US cable company Suddenlink

TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board will receive about US$1.16 billion in cash and promissory notes as its part of a deal that will see European telecom company Altice SA buy a controlling stake in U.S. cable operator Suddenlink.Altice, headquartered in Luxembourg and active in several European countries, has agreed to purchase a 70 per cent stake in the company that owns Suddenlink from CPPIB and its partner, a fund advised by European private equity firm BC Partners.The sellers will each keep a 12 per cent stake in Suddenlink’s parent, Cequel Communications Holdings, and receive US$960 million cash and a US$200 million note for their portion of the deal, which requires U.S. regulatory approval.CPPIB investing more than $1 billion in German shopping centre operatorFresh opposition to Barrick Gold Corp’s executive pay structure from Canada’s largest pension fund managerCPPIB cries foul as Saskatchewan fends off pension funds from buying farmlandThe transaction — expected to close by the end of the year — pegs Suddenlink’s value at about US$9.1 billion.The CPPIB and its co-investors acquired Suddenlink in 2012 in a deal valued at US$6.5 billion.“This transaction is an excellent opportunity to realize a portion of the embedded value of CPPIB’s original investment in Suddenlink,” said Mark Jenkins, a senior managing director and global head of private investments at CPPIB.“We are now looking forward to developing a long-term partnership with Altice, one of the largest global telecom companies.”The deal marks Altice’s first U.S. acquisition.It has grown through a series of acquisitions over the past dozen years, expanding from a small regional internet and cable provider in France’s Alsace region to making a $18.5 billion acquisition last year of France’s no. 2 mobile phone operator, SFR. Earlier this year, Altice also bought Portugal Telecom for $8.4 billion.Based in St. Louis, Mo., Suddenlink offers television, high-speed Internet and telephone services to 1.5 million residential and commercial customers in several U.S. states.The CPPIB invests funds not currently required to pay benefits for the Canada Pension Plan. As of Dec. 31, 2014, the fund totalled $238.8 billion. read more

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UN agency reports jump in foreign investment in developing transition economies

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) today reported that foreign investment in developing and transition economies rose to $745 billion in the first half of 2013, up some 4 per cent over the same period last year.The October edition of UNCTAD’s Global Investment Trends Monitor notes that while developing and transition economies absorbed a record share – nearly 60 per cent – of global foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows during the period, flows to developed countries declined.“Cross-border mergers and acquisitions and large retained earnings kept in foreign affiliates were a driving force behind the current global FDI growth, rather than investment in new productive assets through greenfield investment projects,” the report clarifies.In developing and transition economies, the increase was driven by acquisitions in Central America and the Caribbean, as well as record inflows into Russia, according to the report. Although flows to developing Asia fell slightly, the region continues to absorb more than half of the FDI directed to developing economies as a group, and one quarter of global FDI flows.UNCTAD says that the fall in developed countries is mainly owing to declines in the major host countries including the United States, France and Germany. The United Kingdom remains an exception, continuing its upward trend in FDI attraction, and becoming the world’s largest recipient of FDI in this period.The agency estimates that 2013 FDI flows will remain close to the 2012 level, despite some improvements in macroeconomic conditions in developed economies. In addition to risks related to the Euro area and the so-called “fiscal cliff” in the US, the transition to a slower growth pattern in some emerging markets and weaker consumer demand in developed countries might have a negative impact on FDI flows this year. Looking further ahead, UNCTAD forecasts that global FDI flows are poised to increase in 2014. read more

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Beside The Points For Thursday March 1 2018

Things That Caught My EyeWe put some baseballs in an X-RayAre the balls juiced? Are material changes to the ball an influence on the spike in home runs analysts have found? Commissioner Manfred says that the balls have not changed, but a number of studies from journalistic outfits, this one included, seem to counter that idea. ESPN took the next logical step and did a CT scan on eight MLB balls. The finding? It surely looks like the core of the balls are less dense compared to the control balls from several years ago. Indeed, a layer of pink rubber in the core of the balls was 40 percent less dense in the dinger-era balls than the 2014-2015 era balls. [FiveThirtyEight]Lundqvist deserved betterThe New York Rangers made 11 of the 12 postseasons since the 2004-05 lockout, have won the sixth-most points, and failed to win a Stanley Cup. In the past week the Rangers have had a fire sale, all despite numbers that bear out goalie Henrik Lundqvist carrying much of the load for the team. [FiveThirtyEight]Try out our interactive, Which World Cup Team Should You Root For?The second week is the only reason the U.S. is not ashamed of its Olympics.The United States got 12.9 fewer medals in Pyeongchang than our very simple medal model would have projected them getting, underscoring a deeply unfortunate games for a typical Winter powerhouse. Most of that underperformance was in week one, though, with week two serving as a clawback toward the mean from what could have been an even worse games. [FiveThirtyEight]Philly is experimentingFirst-year Phillies manager Gabe Kapler appears to be experimenting with defensive shifts in the outfield. Essentially, two players swapped corner outfield positions when a switch hitter made it to the plate batting lefty. While the infield defensive shift is rather common, an outfield defensive swap is something new and compelling. [Fangraphs]North America 2026 in jeopardyWhile a combined bid from the United States, Canada and Mexico to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup seemed a likely prize after the U.S.’s 2022 bid lost to Qatar in a tainted-by-corruption 2010 vote, that bid appears to be in modest jeopardy. Sources indicated that some voters are unsure if the U.S. can be considered a friendly place for foreigners, and that a rival bid from Morocco may be gaining steam. [ESPN]MLBPA files grievancesThe MLB players association filed a grievance agains the Oakland Athletics, Miami Marlins, Pittsburgh Pirates and Tampa Bay Rays, alleging that the teams aren’t spending money they have to commit toward on-field product in the offseason. [CBS Sports]Big Number19.6 percentThat’s the probability that the Phoenix Suns get the top pick in the 2018 NBA Draft. There are seven teams that are virtual locks to make the top 10 draft positions at this point in the season. The Sacramento Kings have a 16.8 percent chance of getting the No. 1 pick, followed by Atlanta with a 14.2 percent chance, Memphis with a 10.8 percent chance and Orlando with a 9.3 percent chance. [ESPN]Leaks from Slack: neil:The Next Big Thing in Defense?kyle:the angels should do this in ohtani games just to further f— with positional changes on pencil and paper scorecardsPredictions NBA Oh, and don’t forgetThis guy can swing it We’re launching a sports newsletter. 🏆  Join the squad. Subscribe See more NBA predictions All newsletters read more

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Philippines president who called Pope a son of a b has promised

first_imgSo, I promise God to … not express slang, cuss words and everything. So you guys hear me right always because (a) promise to God is a promise to the Filipino people.Duterte’s vow was met with applause, but he cautioned: “Don’t clap too much or else this may get derailed.”ExpletivesHe shocked the dominant Roman Catholics last year when he fired an expletive while expressing his disgust over a monstrous traffic jam that trapped him while Pope Francis was visiting Manila.“I wanted to call. ‘Pope, you son of a bitch, go home.’ Don’t visit here anymore,” he told a mob of supporters, some of whom laughed.He later apologiszed after Filipino bishops expressed shock and outrage.It’s not certain if the 71-year-old president, who has been compared to U. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump because of his brash language, can keep his promise.Duterte made a similar pledge in June when it became evident that he had won the 9 May presidential elections overwhelmingly on a pledge to end crimes, especially illegal drugs, and corruption.He said then that he was enjoying his last moments as a “rude person” because “when I become president, when I take my oath of office … that will be a different story. There will be a metamorphosis.”It didn’t take long for Duterte to break the promise.He has repeatedly leveled SOB-laced tirades against Obama, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, a few outspoken opposition politicians and human rights advocates, while heaping praises on Chinese and Russian leaders.There were no expletives in his most recent speech, but Duterte still sounded mean toward critics.When asked for his message for a Filipino beauty queen who won the recent Miss International pageant, Duterte said he was proud.Many Filipinas are beautiful, but all of you there in the human rights commission are ugly.Asked if the days of his cursing the US and the EU are over, Duterte didn’t answer clearly.“I do not want anybody reading my mind because I couldn’t make a smart move anymore. But it’s all calibrated, it’s all about timing,” Duterte said.Read: Duterte’s popularity soars in Philippines amid claims of anti-crime ‘death squads’> Image: Eugene Hoshiko By Associated Press Short URL Share94 Tweet Email PHILIPPINES PRESIDENT RODRIGO Duterte, who once called the Pope a “son of a bitch” and told Barack Obama to “go to hell,” says he has promised to God he won’t spew expletives again.Duterte’s profanities have become his trademark, especially when threatening to kill drug dealers as part of his war on illegal drugs that has left thousands dead since he took office at the end of June.Duterte made the pledge on arrival in his southern hometown of Davao city late Thursday from a trip to Japan.While flying home, he said he was looking at the sky while everyone was sound asleep, some snoring, and he heard a voice that said “‘if you don’t stop epithets, I will bring this plane down now”.And I said, ‘Who is this?’ So, of course, ‘it’s God,’. Oct 28th 2016, 8:22 AM center_img 57 Comments Image: Eugene Hoshiko Philippines president who called Pope a “son of a b****” has promised God he won’t curse again Duterte’s profanities have almost become his trademark. 13,275 Views Friday 28 Oct 2016, 8:22 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Une tablette tactile Amazon avant octobre

first_imgUne tablette tactile Amazon avant octobreSelon le Wall Street Journal, Amazon sortira une tablette tactile avant le mois d’octobre alors que deux nouveaux Kindle seraient également à l’étude.Le succès de sa liseuse électronique Kindle a semble-t-il poussé Amazon à se lancer dans les tablettes tactiles. Selon le Wall Street Journal, la marque serait en effet en train de planifier la commercialisation d’une tablette tactile qui “aurait un écran d’environ 9 pouces et fonctionnerait avec l’OS Android de Google”, relaye Le Monde. Soit une taille assez semblable à celle de l’iPad d’Apple (9,7 pouces), preuve que cette tablette, fabriquée par un fournisseur asiatique et fonctionnant sous Android, chercherait à concurrencer celle de la marque à la pomme. Néanmoins, si le journal économique affirme qu’il s’agit d’une quasi-certitude, rien n’a pour l’instant confirmé la rumeur de sortie d’ici octobre.  Par ailleurs, deux nouveaux modèles de Kindle, le produit star d’Amazon, seraient également en préparation. La première serait tactile alors que l’autre sera seulement un appareil “amélioré et moins cher”. Il faudra bien cela pour résister à la concurrence de Google, qui a annoncé qu’il se lançait sur le marchés des liseuses électroniques aux Etats-Unis.Le 18 juillet 2011 à 11:40 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Corey Graves separated from wife for months, Update to story over the weekend

first_imgFacebook Doing This Popular Activity On Instagram Will Make You Seem Less Likable, Science Says Kristin Cavallari Won’t Take The Blame For Her Instagram Post Pinterest Adam Martin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Alexa Bliss shows off her new tattoos, Zelina Vega pays tribute to the late singer Aaliyah Now Playing Up Next Now Playing Up Next WhatsApp This Adorable Species Is Returning to Mainland Australia After Nearly Going Extinct Now Playing Up Nextcenter_img The latest body positive movement on Instagram WWE star Peyton Royce shares photo from Honeymoon with AEW star Shawn Spears Twitter Now Playing Up Next Pro Wrestling Sheet is reporting that WWE star and commentator Corey Graves has been separated and started divorce proceedings with his wife (Amy Polinsky) for around six months, despite the story that was made public over the weekend.If you missed the story, Graves’ wife stated in a since deleted Instagram post that Graves had been “sleeping” with WWE star Carmella, adding that she felt “hurt” and “sad” and knew making the information public was “below her.”Both Corey Graves and Carmella were trending topics on Twitter this past Saturday, prompting Wrestleview to cover the story. The same report indicates Graves informed Polinsky of his new relationship recently, prompting her to go public with it.Since this report went live today, Polinsky has deleted her Instagram account. The story by Pro Wrestling Sheet made it clear that Graves has been living away from home for the last two months and that his divorce is close to being finalized.Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipKristin Cavallari Won’t Take The Blame For Her Instagram PostVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 1:23/Current Time 0:04Loaded: 85.69%0:04Remaining Time -1:19 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list A bunch of celebrities fell for an Instagram privacy hoax Carmella speaks out on a recent health scare has caused her to miss time from WWE Google+ Now Playing Up Nextlast_img read more

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Fiveday training programme for NIA prosecutors begins in city

first_imgHyderabad: The NALSAR University of Law along with National Investigation Agency (NIA) is conducting a five-day training programme ‘Prosecutors of NIA’ from June 26th to 30th. Inaugurating the training programme here on Wednesday, Yogesh Chandra Modi, Director General of NIA, highlighted the achievement of the NIA in the recent past. Further, he said the conviction rate in NIA is about 93 per cent and that credit goes to NIA prosecutors. Also Read – Solve farmers problems, demands Congress in Kamareddy Advertise With Us He said the interrogation has to be objective and law officers should be attached to the investigation officer so that the officer can collect relevant shreds of evidence. While talking about the credibility of NIA, he also mentioned that in the last couple of days, the Union Cabinet has approved to an amendment of NIA Act and Unlawful Activities Prevention Act to allow the NIA to probe cybercrimes and cases of Human trafficking etc. These amendments will give more teeth to the NIA, he said. Also Read – Woman found dead, relatives stage dharna in Kamareddy Advertise With Us Justice KC Bhanu in his keynote address proposed that an amendment can be brought to reduce the standard of proof, from “Proof Beyond Reasonable Doubt.” While highlighting the important cases pronounced by the apex courts of India, he gave valuable tips and suggestions to the trainee prosecutors of NIA. SK Sharma, Legal Advisor of NIA said the prosecutors shall be updated in terms of appreciating Digital Evidence, Forensics etc. Advertise With Us Dr V Balakista Reddy, Registrar of NALSAR emphasised the achievements of NALSAR in recent past. Dr KVK Santhy, Coordinator of the programme mentioned the theme and scheme of the five-day programme. This programme was attended by S Praveen Kumar, DIG, NIA, 14 prosecutors of NIA from various States, Professors Dr D Balakrishna, Dr G Mallikarjun, K Shiva Charan, Advocate and Research Associate of NALSAR, and student volunteers of NALSAR were present.last_img read more

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Florida Ave Grill Partnership Feeds Homeless

first_imgImar Hutchins, Patricia Mullahy Fugere, and volunteers enjoy the launch event for Florida Avenue Grill’s latest service initiative. (Photo by Christina Sturdivant)The next time a customer orders Miss Bertha’s breakfast special on a Wednesday at the Florida Avenue Grill, they’ll be purchasing for two. On Feb. 25, The Grill and the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless launched Meal for Meal Wednesdays, a community service initiative that addresses two needs for people who suffer from housing instability.“We like to call it a hunger for delicious food and justice,” says Patricia Mullahy Fugere, executive director at the clinic.While the city is beginning to thrive on economic development following the country’s recession, low-income families remain victim to spending nights in shelters and recreation centers, says Fugere.  “There has been a loss of low income housing at the expense of longtime residents; it’s very challenging.”During seasons like summer and winter, being without shelter is life-threatening; homeless individuals become vulnerable to weather-related injuries such as heat exhaustion, heat stroke, hypothermia and frostbite. In 2014, the clinic’s staff and pool of over 200 volunteer attorneys serviced at least 1,000 individuals who experienced or were at-risk of homelessness by providing easy access to comprehensive legal services.“Partnering [with The Grill] gives us a chance to share what we do,” says Fugere, who first collaborated with the restaurant on its Third Annual Good Will at the Grill Thanksgiving Community Breakfast in 2014. During the event that occurs on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, the grill serves up its classic southern style menu to the homeless in the area.Last year’s goodwill event served 350 people. By establishing Meal for Meal Wednesdays, The Grill will open its doors to serve the homeless at least four times a year. “We thought it was time to heighten awareness of homelessness, not just one day, but year round,” says Imar Hutchins, owner of The Grill.On April 8, the first round of 2015 events will launch with Easter Good Will at the Grill. The number of homeless served is based on the number of meals purchased each Wednesday leading up to that day. In the meantime, customers at The Grill will have access to literature about the clinic, with perhaps, “not so fun facts” about the issue of homelessness, says Fugere.Because advocacy plays a vital role in the clinic’s services, both Fugere and Hutchins hope The Grill’s customers will be moved by not only their hunger for food, but their desire to ensure that every Washingtonian has as an equal right to basic necessities including safe and secure shelter.last_img read more

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This Wearable Computer Was Made Quite Simply With A Raspberry Pi

first_img Lyra Is a Handheld Gaming System Powered by a Raspberry PiRaspberry Pi Used to Steal 500 MB of NASA Data Wearable tech hasn’t exactly come a long way, at least not in the departments we’ve wanted it to. That’s why one author at The Verge took it upon himself to create something he thought was highly effective in terms of what a wearable computer should be like, how it should feel, and how useful it could be.Starting with a Vufine display, the Verge writer, Paul Miller, also purchased a Raspberry Pi Zero, USB hub, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi dongles, and additional parts to begin with. Then, he was able to pick up the new Raspberry Pi Zero W, which made the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi dongles unnecessary. He did, however, include a battery pack to power the Raspberry Pi and keep things charged up for an entire day. Stay on targetcenter_img Using a USB mouse and HDMI cable to plug the Vufine into the Pi Zero, Miller was able to put everything together, using the default Pi OS and pairing it to his Bluetooth keyboard. Using text editor Vim, he can write up what he wants with his new setup, a wearable word processor, essentially. But he’s still looking to find a lightweight version of Linux that’s a little snappier, and will eventually want to make it to where he can use his computer without looking at the screen and having his notes saved automatically via Wi-Fi.It’s a fascinating testament to exactly what the Raspberry Pi can do, somehow more cheaply and efficiently than what other wearable tech has been able to accomplish. Google Glass isn’t there just yet either, but I like the way Miller is thinking. His setup sounds lightweight, portable, and highly efficient. If you’re interested in experimenting with Raspberry Pi as well, it’s relatively inexpensive to pick up something and create your own projects as well. All you need is the drive and desire to put something together.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

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Bucknell calls for pvt investments to restore heritage assets

first_imgKolkata: Private investment is required to restore the heritage assets here, British Deputy High Commissioner Bruce Bucknell said. Fortunately the private sector is coming forward to save many such sites of heritage, Bucknell told reporters after unveiling of the restored RNM Galleria by a heritage conservationist in the city last evening. Stating that the city has rich associations in so many places, Bucknell said he would certainly work towards drawing the attention of the private sector to support the cause. “I am very supportive to various organisations working with this objective”. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flights Observing that there are not just buildings retaining British or European architectural style, he talked about some of the lesser known terracota temples in different parts of Bengal. He said one should keep in mind that architecturally preserved places could draw more visitors from outside and not just Britishers. “I am delighted to be here to support this fantastic building (RNM Galleria) where restoration took five long years with private investment. It is a labour of love,” he said. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killed The building was constructed in 1910 and restored in the past five years. Referring to the ‘Danish Tavern’ restored in Serampore and serving customers as a cafeteria, he said “such social models may make an impact on heritage restoration. If you can’t generate income you can’t preserve.” US Consul General Craig L Hall said Kolkata remained special because of its rich US connections “having one of America’s oldest diplomatic posts in the city as President George Washington nominated the first American Consul to Kolkata in 1792. Kolkata has also been a very enriching place and “we have so many common interests of things in which we work together – from culture to science,” he said. The RNM Galleria will promote performing art, house The Calcutta Heritage and Art Club and a Cafe Galleria 1910 on its different floors.last_img read more

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I can hardly be number two if I am not number one.Mr Bala Hassan Just like HIV, these viruses do no harm, the NURTW members came and attacked our members in the full glare of the security operatives and there was no move by them to stop the action. Vinaigrette may be prepared in advance and refrigerated for at least one week. The pomegranate vinaigrette is also excellent with chicken pork and fish dishesHow to easily (and cleanly) open a pomegranate:1 Fill a large bowl with cold water about full2 Use a sharp knife to cut off the pomegranate’s crown and then score the outside into sections from top to bottom3 Place the pomegranate over the bowl and use your hands to separate the sections into the water and loosen the arils from the white pulp The arils will sink to the bottom of the bowl and the rest of the fruit will float to the top Discard everything but the arils and then strain the water The succulent ruby red arils will be ready for you to eat and enjoy"Home With the Lost Italian" is a weekly column written by Sarah Nasello featuring recipes by her husband Tony Nasello The couple owned Sarello’s in Moorhead and lives in Fargo with their 13-year-old son Giovanni Readers can reach them at sarahnasello//thelostitalianareavoicescom This has emerged as a big catchment area. Wales Online reports. The Pakistani government knows that "that’s our review and this administration has already made significant efforts to hold them accountable and we hope that they’ll achieve the goal that we have out for them", And City know all too well the havoc they can cause as all three were on target in City’s only league defeat of the season so far as Liverpool ran out 4-3 winners at Anfield in January.

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He noted that the motion was endorsed by the court,At 9:20 p. Police Department released a statement Friday saying: "Due to a delay in the forensic identification of the deceased and out for respect for the next of kin, Schafer said. On Monday, Ihejiraka was responding to a claim by the former minister on Thursday that he (Ihejirika) and former Governor Modu Sheriff of Borno State were among those financing the activities of the bloodthirsty group. Ihejiraka said, “This is part of the efforts of FRSC to ensure that officials and stakeholders are physically fit to carry out their tasks and live a healthy life. Alhaji Musa Isewele, In his response.

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