Samsung is back again with another mind-blowing device. This time, Samsung has gone beyond their normal products which also include last year’s Samsung Galaxy S9. The new Samsung Galaxy S10 has everything you need. From the last longing battery to the high space in terms of the RAM and the ROM, to the sharpness of the camera, it all contains the very best.
Important information has it that the new Samsung Galaxy S10 is set to be released on Friday March 8. However, the Samsung Galaxy S10 was officially announced to the market on February 20th, as Pre-orders opening in some countries.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes as the 10th anniversary for Samsung as a brand. With the new Samsung Galaxy S10, you are guaranteed to have a novel-looking Infinity-O screen which is very large and wide as well. The screen is so wide that it will make the front camera look like it is no longer there. The Galaxy S10 also contains a triple-lens rear camera which when in use will make your photos ultra-wide.
As most developed phones now have, it has an in-screen fingerprint sensor that will make only the owner of the phone be able to unlock the phone, preventing the usage of the phone from people who are likely to steal some important information from your phone.
There comes what no other phone is capable of doing in this current generation. The Samsung Galaxy S10 is very much capable of sharing power with other phones. The Galaxy S10 is embedded with a Wireless PowerShare which is very vital in helping you share the power of your battery with your friends.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is a phone engineered towards changing your thoughts towards purchasing the phone without really having to ask yourself if you really need to purchase the phone. The 6.1-inch infinity Display makes your phone have an edge-to-edge look which will stretch the top to the bottom. As previously said, it will displace the front camera, making it look like a small punch-hole in the screen.
Phones naturally have a fingerprint sensor at the back, but with the new Samsung Galaxy S10, you need not to worry about that function. That is because the new Samsung Galaxy S10 has a finger print sensor which is invisible and can be found on the front of the screen where you touch with your fingers.
- 9 x 70.4 x 7.8mm
- 1-inch, 19:9 (Edge), Wide Quad HD + Dynamic AMOLED
- Dual Pixel 12-megapixel OIS f/1.5 – f/2.4 AF + 16-megapixel ultra-wide f/2.2 FF + 12- megapixel telephoto OIS f/2.4 AF rear, Dual Pixel 10-megapixel f/1.9 AF front cameras
- 8GB + 128GB or 8GB + 512GB – microSD up to 512GB (all versions)
- Octa-core 8nm processor
Dimensions: 149.9 x 70.4 x 7.8mm
OS: Andriod 9
Screen Size: 6.1-inch
CPU: Octa-core chipset
New users of the Samsung Galaxy S10 will not overly be surprised by the design. However, there are some small changes which comes with the Galaxy S10, with two surprises which are hidden in the phone and will be difficult to detect if you are the type of person that does not notice things easily.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a thin aluminum frame which is put in between the smooth glass. The back of the Samsung Galaxy S10 can come in different colours, all depending on the type of color you want to purchase. The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes in colors such as: Prism Black, Prism Blue, Canary Yellow, Flamingo Pink and as well Prism Green. It is important to note that the Samsung Galaxy S10 colors differs in terms of countries. For example, you may be able to purchase the Prism Green in the US but you may not be able to purchase the same type of color in Nigeria.
The Galaxy S10 has a small camera bump located at the back of the device, which covers the triple-lens camera array. The Samsung Galaxy S10 has a Wireless PowerShare feature like I stated earlier. The Wireless PowerShare feature can be activated at the quick setting notification area.
There are 2 instances in which the Galaxy S10 Wireless PowerShare is efficient. One is that it helps you in charging the phone of your friend, and the other is to help you charge your Galaxy Buds in the night. However, note that the Samsung S10 Wireless PowerShare feature will not work if your device is below 30%.
The camera of the Samsung Galaxy S10 is quite sophisticated and more exciting than your normal camera in other phones. Samsung made the feature available in order for you to be able to take pictures from every angle. The Samsung Galaxy S10 has the feature of a triple-lens camera located at the back and also has a 12MP regular lens, 12MP optically zoomed telephoto lens, and also a new 16MP ultra-wide lens.
The front camera has a single 10MP camera with also dual auto-focuses. When it comes to the video aspect of the Galaxy S10, it is improved than the S9 and other Samsung phone models. The Samsung Galaxy S10 has software which makes it possible for you to record HDR10+ and as well provide Digital Video Stabilization. According to Samsung, this new development is driven towards achieving all videos being Ultra HD.
The price of the Samsung Galaxy S10 varies from the country of purchase or of the model you want to purchase. In the UK, the Samsung Galaxy S10 goes for 799 Pounds for the model that comes with 128GB and for the model that comes with 512GB, it is just one pound short of 1000 pounds. However, in the United States, the Galaxy S10 goes for $899.
SPECS & BATTERY LIFE
When you focus on the Specs and the battery life of the Samsung Galaxy S10, you would definitely discover the difference between this new model and the previous model of S9. The difference is, however, a positive one. When it comes to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset, it was quite an improvement, but the iPhone XS is still faster by a small margin. The iPhone runs on a 11,481, while the S10 runs on a 11,002.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 comes with an 8GB RAM, which is quite an improvement from the 4GB RAM which the S9 had. The Samsung Galaxy S10 also has options for either 128GB or 512GB of internal storage that will satisfy your needs. In addition to the internal storage of either 128GB or 512GB, Samsung also supports external storage.
The battery is also an improvement from the S9. The Galaxy S10 has a battery life of 3,400mAh. The previous Samsung Galaxy S9 has a battery capacity of 3,000mAh.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 also has the feature of a Wi-Fi 6. This feature supports seamless transition between both Wi-Fi routers. The Samsung Galaxy S10 Wi-Fi is also four times faster than the 802.11ax.
From investigations carried out, the Samsung Galaxy S10 should have a 20% boost in speed which will guarantee fast internet connectivity.
We can go on and on describing the new Samsung Galaxy S10 which has been formally announced by the Samsung brand but are yet to begin sales. For a lot of people, the Infinity-O display is the kind of screen which they admire a lot and will definitely love to have.
Nigerian Newspapers: Top Today Headlines On Friday 24th, May 2019
Here are the Nigerian newspapers Today Headlines on Friday, 05 24th, 2019 from www.Nigerianews.com
Punch Newspapers Headlines Today Friday 24th, May 2019
Bayern president Hoeness confirms Sane interest
Banditry: Top security chiefs arrive in Katsina
I had failed surgery in Kirikiri, says man arraigned alongside kidnap suspect Evans
FG has been generous to state governors, says Buhari
Gunmen behead businessman in Rivers
South African prosecution push for Zumas graft trial
[BREAKING] NNPC recruitment 2019: Aptitude test fixed for June 1
Russian tabloid publishes Skripal audio recording
Facebook figures five percent of accounts are fake
After 61 years, Israeli PM plans visit to Nigeria
UEFA dismisses Montenegros appeal against racism rap
Senate okays bill seeking to upgrade Yaba Tech to varsity status
Pelosi warns move to impeach Trump now premature, very divisive
UKs Boris Johnson lied in Brexit campaign, court hears
FIFA: Blatter lashes out at Infantino after World Cup expansion scrapped
Kogi confirms four cases of Lassa fever
FIFA U-20 World Cup: Qatar may seem easy for Flying Eagles but still tricky hurdle
Nadal primed for another French Open charge
NASS bill empowers FCT to reintroduce park and pay in Abuja
May postpones her final Brexit showdown
Atiku alleges plan to stage-manage crisis, indict him
Buhari confirms Adamu as Police IG
Reps reject Nigeria Police Bill earlier passed by Senate
Alleged money laundering: Justice Ajumogobia challenges criminal trial
Southern, Middle Belt leaders criticise FG for setting up radio to reach Fulani herdsmen
Ronaldo included in Portugal squad for Nations League finals
PHOTOS: Osinbajo presides over final NEC meeting
Millionaire puts plane on auto pilot for sex with 15-year-old girl during flying lesson
All eyes on Mbappe as PSGs rivals prepare for summer of change
NSCDC arrests varsity student, nine others over alleged cybercrime
Police arrest Anambra pastor foralleged kidnapping
Okorocha calls on NASS to make laws for the less privileged
Buhari greets Fayemi after election as NGF chairman
IMF warns US-China trade war will jeopardize 2019 global growth
I didnt accuse foreign airlines of running drug cartels, says Dabiri Erewa
Football star Kanu Nwankwo meets Police IG Adamu
1600 athletes to participate at Okpekpe 10km road race Official
Three killed as tornado strikes Missouri
Fianc will adopt my surname after marriage, says South African female dancer
VIDEO: Operation Puff Adder engages bandits in Katsina forest
Football: CAF Champions League title winners
Premier League welcome Sterlings offer to tackle racism
Police seize 1,665 cars from criminal gang
China lodges protest with US over bullying of Huawei
Ten killed in Mexico shoot-out between alleged criminals
APC congratulates Fayemi on election as NGF chair
Youth Council gets new president as Ugochinyere leaves office
Oyo workers give 24-hour notice to commence strike
Tennis: Anticipation grows ahead of Federers return to Paris
Guardian Newspapers Headlines Today Friday 24th, May 2019
Dabiri-Erewa denies accusing foreign airlines of running drug cartels in Nigeria
2019 Recruitment: NNPC fixes June 1 for aptitude test
Police nab 24 suspected kidnappers, armed robbers in Kogi
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Atiku alerts of plots to falsely link him to stage-managed killings
Buhari confirms Mohammed Adamu as IGP
Nollywood gets boost with PAU MSc programme, Harvard review
Ex-health minister denies complicity in alleged N300m constituency project fraud
Horrors of Darfur retold at Sudan sit-in
IMF warns US-China trade war will ‘jeopardize’ 2019 global growth
Buhari congratulates new NGF Chairman Fayemi
France’s Le Pen ordered to repay EU for misused funds
Malawi president takes lead in election count
I saw the 17-year-old student in a pool of blood in bed’ ‘ Policeman tells court
EFCC chasing fraudsters, not musicians, says Magu
Super Eagles Player Ndidi Wilfred And Fianc Tie The Knot In Traditional Ceremony
Modi claims India poll victory, vows ‘inclusive’ future
Atiku reacts to Bulkachuwa’s recusal from tribunal
UN names Ebola czar for DR Congo outbreak
Nigerian Army says 22 suspected criminals arrested in Sokoto
Putin does not watch caricatures of himself, Kremlin says of BBC show
Salkida says ‘officials threatening’ him over reports
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Court convicts ex-NIMASA DG over N136 million fraud
Is chivalry dead’ No, it is not
India’s Modi on course for big election win
Indonesian troops flood Jakarta streets after post-election riots
Trump ‘less prepared’ than Putin for key meeting: Tillerson
China slams US ‘bullying’ as firms step away from Huawei
Panasonic joins firms stepping away from Huawei after US ban
Three killed as violent tornado strikes Missouri
Drug trafficking: Airport Scanners not functioning optimally Dabiri-Erewa
5 Times A Text Message Is Better Than A Phone Call
Huawei’s own OS system may be ready this year: report
NEMA receives 195 Nigerians from Libya
Kris Jenner Reveals Inspiration Behind Kim Kardashia And Kanye West’s Son’s Name, Psalm
Alicia Keys Talks Peace, Purpose And Parenting As She Covers Essence Magazine
Simi Writes About Her Personality
Fayemi, Tambuwal clinch Nigeria Governors Forum top posts
Many people don’t believe Buhari cracks jokes, laughs
Pressure on CJN to resign as Bulkachuwa steps down
Revealed: How IAAF’s $135,000 was ‘spent
Site engineer, others trapped under collapsed four-storey building in Onitsha
How discriminatory admission criteria, poor performance haunt unity schools
The unbreakable one of Gani
Gas-fired power generation most economically viable for Nigeria
Anambra trains 1,000 youths in honey production
Vanguard Newspapers Headlines Today Friday 24th, May 2019
Former youth football coach, Bob Higgins convicted on 45 counts of sexual abuse
Recruitment: NNPC schedules CBT for shortlisted candidates, June 1
Obaseki targets opportunities in entertainment industry with Edo Creative Hub
NSE transactions maintain positive outlook, indices up by 1.07%
Reps Speakership: Waive drums support for Gbajabiamila/Wase ticket
NASS leaders: NANS cautions Oshiomhole against imposition
Senate passes bill for act to establish Federal University, Uga
Nigerians react to ASUU threat for another strike with funny memes
Woman throws 9-month-old baby into well in Delta
NGF: Kayode Ojo urges Fayemi to be patriotic
Breaking : Police Council confirms IGP Adamu
Just in: ASUU threatens another strike, says Buhari’s Govt to blame
Language proficiency: Army trains 51 officers, 113 soldiers in Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo
Maina opened 3 accounts where ‘unspecified amounts’ were lodged ‘ Witnesses
Investment in Nigeria’s telecom industry stands at $70bn ‘ NCC
Youths’ poor participation in elections: Group blames lack of funding, party delegate system, godfatherism, others
Video: Buhari in closed-door meeting with Govs, others
Two migrants die after hiding in fuel truck in Serbia
Oil spills:Bayelsa communities accuse DPR, NOSDRA of complicity
Never a ‘chance in hell’ of 48-team 2022 World Cup: analysts
Just in: Kidnappers of Christian choristers in Kaduna demand N10 Million
FAAC disbursed N257.76bn to FG in April ‘ NBS
I never expected to be Lagos Dep. Gov. ‘ Adebule
I saw the 17-year-old student in a pool of blood in bed’ ‘ Policeman tells court
Benue killings: BMO bunch of noise makers ‘ Dr. Wayas
I saw the 17-year-old student in a pool of blood in bed ‘ Policeman
Justice Ajumogobia challenges criminal trial
Obaseki, Emefiele advocate increased productivity for self-sustaining economy
HIV ‘outbreak’ causes panic in Pakistan’s Sindh
May 29: Presidential Tribunal declines to stop Buhari’s inauguration
Certificate of Return: Court halts proceedings on Okorocha’s suit
Olujonwo Obasanjo’s divorce suit to estranged wife stalled
We’ll work for Air Peace’s success, Ngige, Sunmonu, other pledge
British government postpones Brexit vote
Furore on twitter over Wizkid’s alleged disrespectful greetings to 2baba
PSG’s Al-Khelaifi charged in Qatar athletics graft probe
Oil set for worst week in 6 months as crude stockpiles surge
Sanitation: Nigeria needs additional 2m toilets annually over 7 years ‘ UNICEF
Ex-Works Minister, Ogunlewe dumps PDP for APC
UNPAID SALARY: LUTH doctors begin warning strike
I have done charity work for 20years yet no recognition ‘ Okorocha
Rise above limitations to be new tribes of women, Nwuneli urges women
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Women task 9th Assembly on bills, laws to protect women, children and youth
Corporate Guard introduces female guards
Yoruba youths hail Fayemi’s election as governors’ forum chairman
TUITION FEES HIKE : Armed police tear gas protesting Ondo students
I left DELSU voluntarily for greener pastures ‘ Former Provost
Why Adeleke dragged IGP to court
Leadership Newspapers Headlines Today Friday 24th, May 2019
Activist Gives Obaseki 7 Days’ Ultimatum To Disclose Names Of Contractors
Monarch Seeks Support To Move Kingdom Forward
Lagos Assembly Moves To Reform Electric Power Sector
Salesgirl Docked For Stealing N108,500 Worth Of Phones, Cash
Ogun Governor-elect Abiodun Vows To Prioritise Rule Of Law, Accountability
Forum of States Commissioners of Finance Congratulates NGF New Leadership
Police Launch Operation ‘Puff Adder’ In Lagos, Parade 159 Suspects
BCO Slams Obasanjo Over Attack On Buhari
NDLEA, NAGAFF To Partner On War Against Illicit Drugs
Hearing In Obasanjo’s Son’s Divorce Suit Stalled
Oyetola Charges Legislators-elect on Discipline, Selfless Service
Police In Edo Recover Girl Sold For N850,000
Court Convicts Ex-NIMASA Acting DG, 3 Others of N136m Theft
Excitement As Senate Okays Bill To Establish Varsity In Anambra
Ramadan: ECWA Distributes Food Items To Muslims, Nigeriens In Kaduna
LACON Partners Paralegals On Provision of Justice To Rural Communities
ICAN Commends Commitment Of ECOWAS, To Nuclear Disarmament
VC Warns Students Against Social Vices As LASU Matriculates 5,500
Kogi Confirms 4 Cases Of Lassa Fever
Monarch, 1 Other Released After N1.5m Ransom In Osun
Customs Reshuffle Zone B, D, Strike Force
Oyo Joint Transition Committee Unveils Line Up Of Activities For May 29
American Taliban’ Released From Prison
I Didn’t Visit Venezuela To Cut Oil Deals ‘ Kalu
Workers Issue 24-hour Ultimatum To Oyo Over Demands
Rivers: TEPNG Takes Healthcare Awareness Campaign To Offshore Communities
Fayemi Deserves To Be NGF Chairman ‘ Fayose
Corruption: Justice Ofili-Ajumogobia Challenges Court’s Jurisdiction To Try Her
Anti-godfatherism: el-Rufai Spoke Mind Of Millions Nigerians, Says Civil Society
FRSC Seeks Collaboration With Stakeholders To Tackle Overloading Of Vehicles In FCT
BREAKING: Police Council Confirm IGP’s Appointment
Nigerian Senator-elect, Ned Nwoko Honoured In South Africa
Monarch Woos Investors, Vow To Champion Economic Growth of Ogun
BREAKING: Police Council Confirm IGP’s Appointment
We’re Not Aware Of N25bn Approved By FG ‘ ASUU
6 Northern Groups Root For Gaya Deputy Senate Presidency
Shell Spends N221m On Infrastructural Projects In 9 Rivers Communities
Shell Inaugurates N221m Projects In Eight Rivers Communities
Release El-Zakzaky, Wife, For Medical Treatment Abroad ‘ Group Asks FG
Rotary Club Lists Delta Chief For Paul Harris Award
FRSC Sets Up 5-Corridor Commands To Tackle Crashes
Obaseki, Emefiele Advocate Increased Productivity For Self-Sustaining Economy
Group Urge Ikpeazu To Support Passage Of Abia Disability Bill
Minister of Finance Gets Certificate Of Compliance On IDEC Project
British PM Expected To Quit Friday ‘ Media
British PM Expected To Quit Friday ‘ Media
EFCC Arraigns Oil Merchants Over Alleged N115m Fraud
50 Children Rescued In Operation Against Sex Abuse Website
Thisday Newspapers Headlines Today Friday 24th, May 2019
Social Intervention Programmes Will Outlive Buhari, Says Iorwa
Caverton Grows Profit by 338% in Five Years
Wapic Insurance Grows Premium
SEC Approves New Rules for Trading of Shares on the NSE
MainOne to Invest N25bn in Lagos Broadband Infrastructure
CWG Assures Shareholders of Profitability, Expansion
Why Nigeria Needs Disruptive Entrepreneurs
Benefits of Diversified, Strategic Investments and Operation
Ajene-Ayere: PR Practitioners Must Evolve in Line with Global Trends to Provide Solutions
Harnessing the Power of Technology Innovation
Kassim: Uber Lite Will Address Riders Connectivity Issues
US Proposed Ban on Huawei Equipment Will Stifle Telecoms Growth
Firm Moves to Enhance Data Collection, Analysis with NGOs
Luno Takes Cryptocurrency Literacy to Varsities
Software Manufacturer Addresses Customer On-boarding, Fraud in Financial Services
Smile Repositions for Market Challenges
Experts Harp on Proper Data Management
Report: Trade Tensions, Policy Uncertainty Dampen Growth Prospects
Desist from Ethical Practices, Revenue Agency Warns Licencing Officers
Mobil Support Host Communities
Report: Nigeria, Others Lose $3bn to Counterfeit Products Yearly
FG Moves to Enforce Digital Regulation
Africas Tech Challenges Open Opportunities for Innovation
Carbon Limits Appoints New Managing Director
Firm Offers Bonus to Sports Fans
NNPC and the Fuss Over Staff Re-Deployment
Are Parties to PSC Entitled to Tertiary Education Tax Receipt
Trust Fund Sensitises Retirees
Preparing Workforce of the Future
Investing in Tomato Paste Production Plant
Botswana, Rwanda Voted Africa Most Ethical Countries
Rack Centre Inducted into Hall of Fame
APTN Celebrates World Telecoms Day
Phase3 Announces Jegede as Chairman, Teniola as CEO
Ogwashi-Ukwu Community Applauds Meju
Delta Urges Oil Host Communities to Sustain Peace
Unpaid Debt: Access Bank, Etiebet to Settle Out-of-Court
Dogara: House Under My Leadership Gave Buharis Government Maximum Support
PDP: Lai Mohammeds Fabricated Claims Expose APC as Purveyor of Fake…
APGA is Referred to as Ndigbo Party for Good Reasons
Why We Support Gbajabiamila
Okponipere Applauds INEC on New Date for Bayelsa, Kogi Elections
Victim of His Own Foibles
Of Suicides and the Sniper Debate
NFFs Autonomy Imminent as Senate Passes Bill Abrogating NFA
Otedola Assures Chukwu Money Will be No Impediment for His Treatment
Let the Games Begin at Poland 2019
Nigeria breaking news today headlines Friday, 05/24/2019
Good morning, welcome to NIGERIA NEWS, we have provided all the headlines from major Nigeria Newspapers for news summary today being 24th, May 2019 Nigeria news today headlines on Friday, 24th of May 2019 and here is the top headlines news summary in Nigeria curated by NIGERIA NEWS for your online reads. enjoy
1. Southern, Middle Belt leaders react to FG’s move to create radio station for herdsmen
The Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum have opposed the plan by the Federal Government to set up a radio station for herdsmen.
A statement on Thursday signed by Yinka Odumakin (South-West), Senator Bassey Henahaw (South-South), Dr. Isuwa Dogo (Middle-Belt) and Professor Chigozie Ogbu (South-East) said it received the news with rude shock.
It said the announcement came at a time the Federal Government had been acting as the information arm of Boko Haram and Fulani herdsmen by dissing the correct interpretation of the groups activities by former President Olusegun Obasanjo as an attempt to “Fulanise” Nigeria.
2. Fulanization of Nigeria: Bode George slams Sule Lamido, backs Obasanjo
Former National Vice-Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Olabode George, has slammed a former Governor of Jigawa State, Sule Lamido, for describing ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo as a religious and ethnic bigot.
Pa George, a former military governor of Ondo State, spoke to journalists at his Ikoyi office in Lagos.
He accused Lamido of disrespecting Obasanjo, whom, according to him (George) was a concerned nationalist.
3. Why Buhari, Police council confirmed Mohammed Adamu as IG of Police
The Police Council headed by President Muhammadu Buhari on Thursday, confirmed the appointment of Mr Mohammed Adamu as the Inspector-General of Police.
A member of the Council and Governor of Ekiti State, Dr Kayode Fayemi, made this known to State House correspondents at the end of the council’s meeting at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, NAN reports.
The president appointed Adamu as acting IGP on Jan. 15 following the retirement of his predecessor, Ibrahim Idris.
4. Amaechi reveals who’s behind his success as Minister
The Minister of Transportation, Mr Rotimi Amaechi, says the support and commitment of President Muhammadu Buhari to the development of transport infrastructure led to his achievements in the last four years.
Amaechi disclosed this during his valedictory news conference on Thursday in Abuja.
He said that the interest of the President was the yardstick for the performance of any minister.
“The president’s commitment to developing rail infrastructure was the secret behind our success in the ministry of transportation,’’ he said.
5. JAMB names UniIlorin, ABU, UNIBEN as most subscribed universities
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has named the University of Ilorin (UniIlorin), as the most subscribed university by candidates in the 2019 admission exercise.
Is-haq Oloyed, the Registrar, Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), disclosed the information at 2018 National Tertiary Admission’s Performance Merit Award held in Abuja, on Thursday.
A total of 86,401 candidates applied to UniIlorin.
Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Zaria, Kaduna State, with 74,635 candidates and University of Benin (Uniben) with 70,322, emerged second and third most subscribed universities, respectively.
6. Tribunal fixes date to hear PDP’s petition against Kwara gov-elect
The Kwara Governorship Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Ilorin has fixed June 13 and 14 for hearing on the petition of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) against the governor-elect, Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq.
The Chairman of the three-man tribunal, Justice Bassey Effiong, announced the date after listening to counsel to the parties at the continuation of pre-hearing session on Thursday.
The chairman said the trial will hold at 10a.m. on every hearing date.
7. EPL: Van Persie apologizes to Arsenal fans over Man Utd move
Robin van Persie has apologized to Arsenal supporters, over his move to Manchester United in 2012.
The Dutch striker went on to win the Premier League the following season, finishing as the top goalscorer in the league.
Van Persie’s departure left a bitter tastes at the Emirates, that still resides in some quarters today.
But he has taken the first step in an attempt to make amends.
Van Persie told BBC Sport: “I get that the fans were angry with me.
“I was the captain, top scorer and we came third that year. But just sometimes you feel you need a challenge, a new adventure.
8. Girl sold for N850,000 recovered in Enugu
Men of the Edo State Police Command have recovered a child, Christabel Omokpia in Enugu State who was sold for N850,000 by an orphanage in Rivers State.
Christabel was two years old when she and her sister, Amanda, were stolen away from Utesi village in Ovia North East local government area by two female tenants of their father in June last year
Their mother, Faith, left them in the care of the tenants, Mary and Rose, who disappeared with the children to unknown destination.
9. Police arrest 24 suspected bandits, kidnappers in Kogi
Kogi Police command, on Thursday arrested 24 persons suspected to be kidnappers, armed robbers and bandits.
The Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Hakeem Busari, stated this on Thursday in Lokoja, while briefing newsmen.
He said that four persons – Adamu Hassan, Umar Salihu, Ibrahim Musa, Usman Abubakar and Muhammed Bello – suspected to be herdsmen were arrested on a tip-off by operatives of “Operation Puff Adder”.
10. 2023: APGA vows to take over S’East
Engr. Uchenna Okogbuo, the Deputy National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) for South, has declared that the party will take over the governance of Abia State in 2023.
Addressing leaders and Stakeholders of APGA, after the party’s Congress, in Umuahia, on Thursday, Okogbuo, said that the party was repositioning itself for 2023 election, adding that it’s leadership was committed to ensure it take over Abia and four other South eastern states.
According to Okogbuo, “In 2023, we are not going to give excuses again. I’m very hopeful, we are going to take over this state, whether they want it or not. And taking over the state (Abia) starts with you today. If we fail to get strong people, committed people, APGA rooted people, into the ward, into the local government areas and into state, we will be wasting our time.
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