Month: August 2020

  • Ivey Engineering Awards $1,000 Scholarship to Charu Vijay

    Ivey Engineering, Inc. (IEI), an engineering consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Charu Vijay of Sarasota, Calif., is the winner of the summer 2020 bi-annual scholarship essay contest. Vijay, an environmental engineering major, plans to attend Tufts University in Medford, Mass., this fall. “Thank you so much for this opportunity,” says Vijay, after finding…

  • Entrepreneur Of The Year Award: David Rosen, CEO of Kira Labs has been nominated

    “Celebrating the unstoppable entrepreneurs whose ambitions transform our world” Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) today announced that CEO DAVID ROSEN of KIRA LABS INC was named an Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2020 Florida Award finalist. Now in its 34th year, the Entrepreneur Of The Year program honors entrepreneurial business leaders whose ambitions deliver innovation,…

  • DuPont Animal Nutrition Announces Operations in Wuxi, China

    DuPont Nutrition & Biosciences announced today the opening of a new Animal Nutrition manufacturing capability in Wuxi, China. The new plant operation will provide the local animal production industry with customized solutions according to DuPont’s global quality standards and advanced technology. “This facility will improve the flexibility of our offerings to the Chinese animal nutrition…

  • APM Terminals Apapa deploys scalable 4G wireless

    APM Terminals Apapa is the latest terminal in the company’s rollout of public 4G LTE networks at its facilities in Nigeria. Wireless connectivity supports APM Terminals’ global initiatives such as the standardisation of Terminal Operating Systems, reporting and support; Asset Digitalization; and GPS based Position Detection Systems used for auto-locating containers in a yard. 4G…

  • Colon cancer cause (Q&A)

    How does colon cancer start? Colon (or colorectal) cancer begins with small polyps that line wall of your large intestine. “Colon cancer is a growth in the colon that usually arises from a polyp. www.yourcareeverywhere.com/health-research/health-insights/colon–cancer-center/how-colon–cancer-starts.html Colon cancer is a type of cancer that begins in the large intestine (colon). The colon is the final part of the digestive…

  • 2023 Presidency: Can Igbo man win?

    It is reported that the President of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, the apex Igbo socio-cultural group, Nnia Nwodo, says Nigeria will witness a turnaround in fortune if an Igbo man emerges President of the country in 2023. He made this known in a congratulatory message he sent to Nigerian-born Kelechi Madu, the newly appointed Minister of Justice…

  • Technologies: Transforming maize breeding and production in Africa

    Scientists part of the Seed Production Technology for Africa (SPTA) and the Maize Lethal Necrosis Gene Editing projects are leveraging innovative technologies to transform seed production systems and speed up the delivery of disease resistance in elite new hybrids. This research is helping smallholder farmers in sub-Saharan Africa to access high-quality seed of new hybrids…

  • Canada supports UNFPA Somalia on Strengthening Sexual and Reproductive Health

    The Government of Canada has provided CAD$ 11 million to support the Government of Somalia, through UNFPA, on a new initiative on Strengthening Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights through strengthening midwifery education and practice. This includes CAD$ 1 million dedicated to an enhanced response to the current COVID-19 pandemic to protect the health care…

  • Japan to execute three major projects in Nigeria

    President Buhari and Japanese Prime Minister of Japan H.E. Shinzo Abe at the sidelines of 6th Tokyo International Conference on African Development (TICAD VI) in Nairobi Kenya on 27th Aug 2016 The Government of Japan has disclosed that it will implement three projects in Nigeria, as part of Japans’ regional support. The Resident Representative of…

  • Japanese Court Ordered Nation’s First Cryptocurrency Seizure – News

    Kyodo reported that police have already seized the BTC, which was held by a doctor from Hokkaido and an executive from the Osaka Prefecture. The two men were arrested in connection with the hack. They are accused of knowingly purchasing the stolen NEM (XEM) through a dark web market, violating organized crime laws in the…

  • This account is pissing off s*x workers

      A rep for OnlyFans tells us, “Transaction limits are set to help prevent overspending and to allow our users to continue to use the site safely. We value all of the feedback received since this change was implemented and we will continue to review these limits.” They continue, “Our objective remains to provide the…

  • Boston Lights is SOLD OUT

    Boston Lights is SOLD OUT through Sunday, August 30. We encourage you to purchase tickets on another evening!

  • Government of Japan has disclosed that it will implement three projects in Nigeria

    The Resident Representative of United Nation Development Programm, Mr Lealem Dinku, who disclosed this at the launch of ‘Strengthening National And Regional Capacities For Peace Support Operations’ (PSOs) Project. He said that these projects by Japan will be implemented in the North East, Lagos and Kaduna states in Nigeria. Dinku noted that these projects have…

  • Colon cancer: Black Panther hero dies at 43

    Chadwick Boseman, the famous “Black Panther” star, has passed on at age 43 following a 4-year fight with colon malignant growth. His family delivered an announcement, saying “It is with boundless sadness that we affirm the grievous going of Chadwick Boseman. Chadwick was determined to have stage III colon malignant growth in 2016, and struggled…

  • Homeowners, in foreclosure, will also face tax implications

    KEY POINTS The CARES Act provided some relief for homeowners with distressed finances, including mortgage forbearance and a moratorium against foreclosures on borrowers with federally backed mortgages. The Federal Housing Finance Agency said on Thursday that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will extend its foreclosure moratoriums until at least Dec. 31. Those protections were supposed…

  • Mortgage Rates Are Handling The Fed News Very Well

    Mortgage rates didn’t move much today, and the direction of that movement depends greatly on how any given lender reacted to the week’s big news from the Fed (more on that here) and the FHFA (more on that here). Some lenders lowered rates very quickly after the FHFA news.  That occurred on Wednesday afternoon or Thursday morning depending on…

  • Fannie/Freddie Extend Foreclosure Relief to Year’s End – News

    Both government sponsored enterprises (GSEs) have announced that their nationwide suspension of single-family foreclosures and evictions has been extended through the end of the year. The suspension, one of several relief options Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac originally announced in March when the COVID-19 national emergency was invoked, has been extended on short term basis and was most…

  • Naira vs e-currency exchange rates

    Today’s Ecurrencies Rates ECURRENCY Bitcoin Buy @ N470, Sell @ N410 Perfect Money Buy @ N470, Sell @ N405 Webmoney Buy @ N475, Sell @ N370 Skrill Buy @ N530, Sell @ Nil PayPal Buy @ N470, Sell @ Nil

  • S & SMOOTHIES DURING PREGNANCY – TMZ

    New mom Katy Perry‘s got sushi-on-the-brain now, but she effectively booted it from her diet during her pregnancy by adding a few new faves to her takeout orders. KP called on the good folks at Postmates 25 times while she was carrying Daisy Dove and almost half of those orders included some sort of salad. Baby needed her…

  • Remember sour candy. Lisa got repetitive lines

    I remember sour candy. Lisa got repetitive lines but did we talk sht about the other members? NO. We hyped Lisa’s part (even tho it was short and repetitive) and the song because it was still so good. Those dragging Ls rn are embarrassing af/lowest pc of sht.

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