Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Not Again! Annie Idibia & Pero Adeniyi Shade Each Other

Annie Idibia & Pero Adeniyi have taking to their respective insta-story to shade each other. Pero started the shade, saying she wonders why a person will be so terrible and pretend to the world that she is good, and called the person fake. Shortly after her shade, Annie replied saying,  "I don't do fakes. When I'm mad.... damnnnn you gon feel it and know it."

This is coming after Tuface left the country to be with his first daughter with Pero, Ehi as she turns 13. Though Annie didn’t celebrate Ehi like she used to celebrate Tuface kids from Sunmbo Adeoye, she however commented on Tuface’s birthday message to his daughter, saying she will be missing out of the fun.

Recall just 6 months ago, November , 2018 precisely, Annie and Pero who are long time rivals made up publicly in Lagos. Tuface cried that day, saying it was his happiest day. Has this now been short-lived?

Photos: Uber Driver Strips At Airport To Protest Towing Of His Car

An Uber driver has stripped to protest the towing of his car. This happened at the General Aviation Terminal of the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Lagos, when an airport tow truck driver pulled to his front in an attempt to tow his car.

It led to an argument and to prevent paying a sum to FAAN he decided to remove his shirt and trousers to attract attention. Poor man! He is probably doing that job to survive and now a fine? Nibo... lol.

Regina Daniels Reportedly Having A Talk Of The Town Wedding Next Month

Trending actress, Regina Daniel is reportedly having a talk of the town wedding next month according to a report. She is expected to walk down the aisle with her billionaire boo, Ned Nwoko. The report also claims, what they had weeks back was nothing but an introduction but many took it to be an engagement because it was elaborate, though very private. We wish them all the best!

Reps Jerk Up 2019 Budget, Pass N8.916tn

House of Representatives today passed a total of N8,916, 964, 098, 373 trillon as 2019 budget.

President Muhammadu Buhari had in December 2018 presented a budget estimate of N8.83 trillion before a joint session of the Senate and the House for the 2019 fiscal year.

But the House while considering the budget added N86 billion to what the Executive arm of government proposed.

Nigerian Man Killed After Being Wrongly Accused Of Kidnapping In South Africa

A 34-year-old Nigerian, Nkennaya, has been killed while another Nigerian, Nwudo is in critical condition in a South African hospital following a mob attack.

Mr Victor Ayanfe-Oyebanjo, Secretary of Mpumalanga Province branch of the Nigerian Union in South Africa, made the disclosure in a statement made available to News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday.

He said that Nkennaya and Nwudo were attacked following accusations that both men kidnapped Chinonye, a six-year-old girl, who unknown to their attackers was Nwudo’s daughter.

 “It all started when Nwudo took his six-year-old daughter, Chinonye, to visit Nkennaya at White River town in the evening of April 27.

“Later, Nwudo and Nkennaya proceeded to buy food for Nwudo’s daughter, Chinonye, at KFC restaurant in the area.

Ayanfe-Oyebanjo said shortly after buying the food, some bystanders raised false alarm alleging that both men kidnapped the six-year-old girl.

“Thereafter, the community did not bother to ask questions and immediately mobbed the two Nigerians.

“While they were being attacked, Nwudo kept on shouting that the girl was his daughter and pleaded that they speak to his South African wife to confirm his claim – which actually saved his life.

“The Police later intervened and called for backup to rescue the victims. Nkennaya died at the hospital on April 28, while Nwudo is in critical health condition,” he said.

Ayanfe-Oyebanjo said that a week before the incident that two South Africans were murdered for allegedly kidnapping a child in the same area.

He said a murder case had been opened at the White River Police station and pleaded to Nigerians in the province to remain calm in the wake of the unprovoked attacks.

“The incident has been reported to NUSA’s national secretariat, while the union is currently seeking redress to ensure that the culprits were brought to book,” he said.

Mr Adetola Olubajo, the President of NUSA confirmed the killing to NAN.

Speaking, the wife of  Nwudo, Mrs Katlekho Ndlovu, a South African national, also confirmed the incident to NAN on the telephone from Mpumalanga Province.

According to her, Chinonye had been traumatised by the incident and was currently undergoing counselling in an undisclosed hospital.

“They (attackers) did not bother to ask her anything and didn’t even bother to remove her from the scene before beating her dad (Nwudo) unconscious. Chinonye’s dad is in the hospital while her uncle (Nkennaya) is dead,” she said amid tears.

Uber Driver Angry After Returning Lady’s N25k & International Passport But Got Only N500 As Thank You

A uber driver has expressed his anger online after a lady forgot her purse that has N25,000 cash in it and her international passport that has a valid American visa, but all he got as a thank you was N500. According to the driver, the lady forgot her property, he realized she forgot it, drove back to her house and all she could do was give him N500 as a thank you gift. The driver has now labeled her UNGRATEFUL while sharing his experience online.

'Today a lady forgot her purse in my car, there was N25,000 and an international passport that had an American visa in it. I drove back to her house to return it and she gave me a N500 tip. Some people are just so ungrateful,' he wrote sharing his experience.

Police Arrest Lover Who Set Ablaze 8 Members Of His Estranged Girlfriend’s Family

The Ondo State police command has arrested Deji Adenuga, the suspected murderer who set ablaze eight members of his estranged girlfriend’s family in Igbodigo, Okitipupa Local Government Area of the State.

The Police Public Relations Officer of the command, SP Femi Joseph, confirmed the arrest on yesterday in Akure to newsmen. Joseph said the suspect was arrested under a bridge around a bus park along Lagos-Benin Expressway in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State.

According to him, the suspect was said to be one of the inmates who escaped from the Olokuta Prison in Akure during the prison break that occurred in 2013. Joseph said the suspected arsonist would be paraded today (Tuesday) at the command’s headquarters in Akure.

Adenuga was reported to have at about 2:00a.m. while the family members were asleep, poured petrol around their apartment and set it on fire. Only his estranged girlfriend, who was not around at the time of the incident survived the arson in a family of nine.

Prostitution Is Sin Under The Two Religions Practised In FCT -Abayomi Shogunle

The Head of Public Complaints Rapid Response Unit, Abayomi Shogunle, has said that prostitution is a sin under the two main religions practised by residents of the Federal Capital Territory.

He slammed those who condemned the clampdown on prostitutes in Abuja, warning that prostitution is a criminal act in Nigeria.

He also drew attention to medical warning that prostitution is responsible for the spread of HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases, adding that prostitution provides lifeline for violent criminals.

He noted that the practitioners don’t pay tax to government, and concluded by saying that the (Nigerian) culture frowns at it.

Shogunle, an Assistant Commissioner of Police, made his view known via a tweet on his verified Twitter handle @YomiShogunle on Tuesday.

Shogunle tweeted in reaction to the arrest, conviction and subsequent sentencing of 27 prostitutes at the FCT.

24hrs After Kidnap UBEC Chairman, Daughter Regain Freedom

Muhammed Mahmood, chairman Universal Basic Education Commission, and his daughter have been released by their abductors. Their release was confirmed by Hussain Danladi, one of his aides.

Mahmood and his daughter were abducted along Kaduna-Abuja road on Monday afternoon while travelling from Kaduna to the federal capital territory (FCT).

His driver was shot dead when armed bandits opened fire on the vehicle they were travelling in.

Danladi reportedly said no ransom was paid to secure their release. However, according to The Cable, there is no information on the the other travellers who were kidnapped alongside the duo.

Several cases of kidnappings have been recorded along the route in the past months. Many commuters have abandoned the route for the train station as a result of insecurity.

Efforts by security to end the activities of kidnappers and bandits have not yielded the desired result. 

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Journalists barred from NGF induction after report on recession

Journalists have been barred from continued coverage of the ongoing induction programme for newly-elected and returning governors. They were refused entry into the state house conference centre in Abuja, the programme venue, when they arrived on Tuesday morning.

The decision was reached after it was reported that Governor Yari of Zamfara state and chairman of the Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF), predicted that the country would suffer a recession again.

Both the governors and the organisers were said to be unhappy over the report which emanated from the event on Monday, The Cable reports.

While addressing incoming governors on Monday, Yari had said that they should be prepared for a possible recession. He had recalled that the recession Nigeria suffered recently was as a result of the reduction in the price of crude oil by up to 75%.

“On our part, we made a lot of achievements in infrastructural development and provision of social services because we enjoyed a relatively high oil price of about $100 to $114 per barrel between 2001 and the middle of 2014,” he had said.

“However, by the mid-2014, the price of crude oil, which is sadly the main driving force of government’s expenditure, dropped to $75 per barrel. It, therefore, became very difficult for many states to even pay salaries of their workers.

“This scenario is a wake-up call for all of you to come amply prepared to face these kinds of challenges, especially since we are expecting the possibility of another cycle of recession by mid-2020 and which may last up to third quarter of 2021. Your good spirit of stewardship will make you contain the situation should there be one.”

At the continuation of the programme on Tuesday, journalists — with exception of the NTA crew — were refused access to the venue.

The security officials at the premises claimed the order to refuse journalists entry was from the NGF.

However, Abdulrazaq Barkindo, the forum’s spokesman, denied the claim saying security officials took the decision on their own accord.

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Venezuela's Guaidó Accused Of Attempted Coup

Venezuelan authorities say they are putting down a small coup attempt after opposition leader Juan Guaidó announced he was in the "final phase" of ending President Nicolás Maduro's rule.

He appeared in a video with uniformed men, saying he had military support.

Mr Guaidó, who declared himself interim president in January, called for more members of the military to help him end Mr Maduro's "usurpation" of power.

The military has generally supported Mr Maduro in the stand-off with Mr Guaidó.

But as resentment has grown following years of hyperinflation, power cuts, food and medicine shortages, Mr Maduro's detractors hope the military will change its allegiance.

So far, they have stood by Mr Maduro - despite dozens of countries, including the US and most of Latin America, recognising Mr Guaidó as Venezuela's rightful leader.

The world is now watching to see if Mr Guaidó's latest bid will be the moment Mr Maduro is toppled from power.

UBEC Chairman, Daughter Regain Freedom

The Chairman, board of Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), Muhammed Mahmood and his daughter have regained freedom.

Hussain Danladi, one of Mahmood’s aides, confirmed their release by their abductors on Tuesday.

Mahmood and his daughter were abducted along Kaduna-Abuja road on Monday afternoon while travelling from Kaduna to the federal capital territory (FCT).

His driver was shot dead when armed bandits opened fire on the vehicle they were travelling in.

Danladi reportedly said no ransom was paid to secure their release.

Ripples Over Buhari's Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari Daughter's NSIA Appointment

Coalition Against Corruption and Bad Governance, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to order an investigation into the appointment of Ms Aisha Abba Kyari as an Assistant Vice President at the Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority.

The group gave the Presidency notice to commence “a series of lawful civil actions in a matter of days to compel the administration to order a comprehensive investigation of this employment scam.”

The appointment of Aisha, daughter of the Chief of Staff to the President, Abba Kyari, was said to have been done under alleged secret and controversial circumstances.

The Chairman of CACOBAG, Alhaji Toyin Raheem, in a statement on Saturday, described the appointment as controversial “because it violates set procedure at the NSIA, which is the legally constituted agency that manages Nigeria’s excess crude oil revenues.”

He said, “The position was not publicly advertised, contrary to what is expected of such position. Besides, Aisha Abba Kyari clearly does not meet the criteria for the role. She has just five years working experience at the National Integrated Power Project where she worked up until February 2019 when she got the NSIA job.

Her appointment, which is a level 3 appointment, is the highest level in the organisation, whereas the average working experience for that level is 10 years. We are by this statement giving the Presidency notice that we shall commence a series of lawful civil actions in a matter of days to compel the Buhari administration to order a comprehensive investigation into this employment scam.”

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Nurses Beat Up Woman In Labour 'Because She Couldn't Afford N20,000 Bill'

A woman in the throes of labour was allegedly beaten by a team of nurses on duty for her inability to settle her N20,000 bill when she entered the hospital for prompt medical recourse.

The very ugly incident reportedly took place on April 12, 2019 at the Primary Healthcare Centre, Ekpo Abasi in Calabar, Cross-Rivers state capital.
The woman said the nurses thought her to be a mentally deranged person and they started beating her with sticks.

According to SR, she said not until they saw the baby 'coming' out of her did they stop the beating and delivered her of the baby.

"They thought I was a mad woman and they started beating me, telling me to leave the hospital premises," she said. "I had no option but to find a means to save myself and the baby. And it was when they saw the baby coming out of me that they exclaimed 'oh the baby is coming o, it's like she is not a mad woman o'."

The woman, however, said even at that, the heartless nurses almost denied her bed but for the intervention of an empathetic woman who came to her aid in the hospital.

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Young Ladies & Their Boyfriends Nabbed For Robbery (Photos)

Two suspected criminal and their girlfriends have been apprehended for allegedly robbing residents of their properties in Rivers state. The gang who reportedly specialize in stealing around Ikwerre local government area of the state, were nabbed following a recent security raid at their base.

They were arrested after the police received an intelligence report from an unknown caller who exposed the gang said to be ‘living large’ in the area.

Security agents raided the hideout of the criminals and caught them with over 15 stolen Smartphones, brand new generators, refrigerator, laptops and other items belonging to people living around them.

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How to Create a Simple Invoice Using Excel

Whether you’re a freelancer doing work for multiple companies, or a business that plans on extending a credit line to its customers, you’re going to need an invoice. Creating a custom invoice in Excel isn’t difficult. You’ll be ready to submit your invoice and receive payments in no time.

Using an Invoice Template

Creating a simple invoice in Excel is relatively straightforward. Create a few tables, set a few rules, add a bit of information, and you’re good to go. Alternatively, there are many websites out there that provide free invoice templates created by actual accountants. You can use these instead, or even download one to use as inspiration for when you’re making your own.

Excel also provides its own library of invoice templates you can use. To access these templates, open Excel and click the “File” tab.

File tab

Here, select “New” and type “Invoice” into the search bar.

New - Invoice search

Press Enter and a collection of invoice templates will appear.

Invoice templates

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Senate Passes 2019 Budget

The Senate has passed the 2019 Appropriation Bill of N8.916 trillion. This figure is N86 billion higher than the proposal of N8.83 trillion presented by President Muhammadu Buhari to the National Assembly for the 2019 fiscal year.

The lawmakers passed the bill during Tuesday’s plenary after considering the report of the Committee on Appropriations on the 2019 Appropriation Bill presented by Senator Danjuma Goje.

A breakdown of the budget estimate reveals that 
statutory transfer is N502.58 billion, N2.25 trillion is for debt servicing, recurrent expenditure gets N4.65 trillion, and N2.94 trillion is earmarked for capital expenditure.

Following the consideration of the report submitted by Senator Goje, the lawmakers resolved to approve the total sum of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.

They also adopted the recommendation of the Appropriations Committee which proposed that N10 billion be added to the service-wide votes to support the victims of crises in Zamfara State.

Thereafter, the Senate dissolved into the Committee of Supply for the consideration of the 2019 Appropriation Bill
The bill was then read the third time and passed by the lawmakers.

In his remarks, the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, commended his colleagues for the efforts that led to the passage of the bill and called for its complete implementation by the Executive.

He said, “I want to thank our colleagues, particularly for their understanding and for us to be able to meet today’s deadline in passing the bill and (I) thank the Committee on Appropriation too.

“I hope that with this budget passed, the Executive will also ensure the full implementation of the budget for the benefit of Nigerians as a whole."

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Innocent Zainab Aliyu Held For Drugs In Saudi Arabia Has Been Released (Photo)

The federal government of Nigeria has secured the release of Zainab Aliyu, who was arrested in Saudi Arabia for alleged drug trafficking. It was later discovered that a cartel planted the said drugs.

This is is coming after her father had cried out for his innocent daughter to be saved from execution.

Drug Trafficking: FG Secures Release Of Zainab Aliyu

The Federal Government has secured the release of Zainab Aliyu who was arrested in Saudi Arabia for alleged drug trafficking.

The Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, disclosed this at a news conference in Abuja on Tuesday.

He said the government has been able to establish the innocence of Zainab and the second Nigerian involved in the case, Ibrahim Abubakar will be released tomorrow to the Nigerian Mission in Saudi Arabia.

There had been several calls for her release with President Muhammadu Buhari directing the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr. Abubakar Malami, to swiftly intervene and secure her immediate release.

Following the President’s directive, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Diaspora Affairs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, assured Nigerians that they were making good progress and she will be back, along with 2 others in the same situation.

Zainab who is a student of Maitama Sule University, Kano, was arrested after a banned drug, tramadol, was found in her bag.

She claimed it was planted in her luggage by unknown persons.

The student had reportedly travelled from Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport in company with her mother, Mrs. Maryam Aliyu, and sister, Hajara Aliyu, but was arrested over allegations that a bag bearing her name tag contained the unlawful substance.

Good Nigerian Doctor Uses Bathroom Slippers To Save Accident Victim's Life (Photos)

A good and dilligent Nigerian doctor, Chibuike Joseph Chukwudum has narrated how he used a bathroom slippers to save the life of an accident victim.

Chibuike who had to improvise due to non-availiability of the materials at the hospital where he works narrated in details all he had to do to save the victim's life...

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"Just In Case You Find Yourself In A Jungle. 
Emergency medicine is as exciting as it is unforgiving. People who excell in it are those who can think fast on their feet, and those who are daring. This is so as every minute counts, and the slightest delay could spell doom for the patient.

More often than not, especially in a third world country like Nigeria, the need arises for an emergency physician to reach into the deepest recesses of his brain and pull out an improvisation -- a hack, to save a patient whose life is hanging by a thread.

For people working in standard hospital settings -- where emergency tools are just a tray or trolley away -- there may not be much need to familiarize oneself with the different hacks in emergency medicine. However, for the NYSC medical officer who may find himself in a rural setting, far removed from civilization, being familiar with these hacks is very important for two reasons:

- when in a charted territory, using a hack one is already familiar with saves both oneself's time, and most importantly the patient's time.

- it has a way of sparking one's own genius to come up with a denovo improvisation when in an uncharted territory.

This is why I always share my own hacks, as I believe that it may someday be of help to someone who may find himself in a situation similar to the ones I often find myself in. As a matter of fact, I've had several colleagues call to tell me that they were in the doldrums one time or the other, and had to employ one of the several improvisations I write about, and it worked.

BLUNT CHEST TRAUMA and C-SPINE INJURY, following RTA [Road Traffic Accident]
I was already on my way to work when they informed me that men of the Nigerian Road Safety Commission had just brought two accident victims to our hospital. So, I quickened my steps, knowing full well that a minute could make a world of difference.

I have a knack for smelling danger. So, immediately I entered into the mini theater, where they were being attended to, I was alarmed as I noticed that one of them was practically choking-- he was struggling to breathe and was not doing a good job about it.

My argus eye caught two things in an instant: he was coughing up blood, and the left side of his chest looked bigger than the right, and wasn't moving with each intake of breath as it should. Given the hemoptysis [coughing up blood], that could only mean that he'd taken some pretty bad hit to the chest, contused [bruised] the lung, and air was leaking freely into the pleural space, suffocating him. The fact that he sounded confused, even with no evidence of head injury, only told me how serious it must have been, as confusion in this setting is an indication of cerbral hypoxia--that the brain isn't getting enough oxygen.

I gloved up, and just like I had expected, he'd fractured multiple ribs, and there was widespread crepitus over the left side of chest, showing that there was an air leak. The trachea and the heart were pushed to one side; and air wasn't entering into his left lung at all, making the oxygen saturation to be as low as 60%. Tension pneumothorax!

Also, the cervical spine was a tad unstable, and if not attended to urgently, he could become paralysed in all for limbs. What more, the motor control of the diaphragm could also be knocked off, leading to paralysis of that muscles, and inability to breathe "at all at all," and of course death.

Bottom line? He needed two things urgently: 
1. Stabilization of the cervical spine [neck bone].
2. Relieving the pneumothorax.

To be able to do number 1, above, I'd need a cervic collar. And for number 2, I'd need a wide bore needle, and then a chest tube thereafter.

However, none of these were handy, nor could they be gotten within a 100km radius.

Back in school, they had hammered the differemt ways of improvising a cervical collar into our heads, considering how important the cervical spine is to survival. However, I've never had cause to use any of them.

One of the hacks involves using a bathroom slipper, I remembered. So, looking around, I saw one lying carelessly. I reached for it, removed the straps, and then created a hole at the heel end, to mirror the one at the toe end. Next, I wrapped the slipper around his neck-- with soft pads underneath as a cushion; and held it in place with a tourniquet passed through the holes at both ends.

And there it was: a cervical collar!

I thanked my trauma teachers silently under my breath.

When someone has a tension pneumothorax, the pressure building up in his chest needs to be relieved fast, so he can breathe fine, else he could die within minutes.

Usually, tension pneumothorax is relieved by emergency needle thoracostomy, which is practically inserting a special, wide bore needle into the person's chest so that the air trapped there in, under high pressure, can escape. Visualize this as puncturing and deflating a football, or a tyre.

After this-- relieving of the tension pneumothorax by emergency needle thoracostomy -- depending on the cause, a chest tube should be passed to continue the drainage of the excessive air accumulating in the chest, else it could build up again, leading to another tension pneumothorax.

In the index case, none of the above was available -- not a standard needle for thoracostomy, nor a chest tube.

What I did was to relieve the tension pneumothorax with the regular needle that comes with syringes. Once I stuck it into his chest, you could hear jets of air escaping under high pressure. Within seconds to minutes, he began to breathe easy, and his oxygen saturation appreciated exponentially. That was the easy part.

The difficult part was how to pass a chest tube to prevent an inevitable reaccumulation of excessive air, and a recurrence of tension pneumothorax. Like I mentioned earlier, there was no chest tube available. However, a senior colleague had taught me how to improvise one by fenestrating an NG tube, or a urethral catheter, and inserting either of them into the chest. Unfortunately, none of these were available too. And moving the patient -- without knowing the full extent of his cervical injury, and not having a ready means of transportation that could carry him in one piece, without unnecessary bending of the spine -- was not an option, as it could have him paralysed in all four limbs, or worse still -- dead from paralysis of the diaphragm.

While I was still thinking of what to do, he started deteriorating again: apparently enough air had accumulated in his chest again to impair breathing, leading to hypoxemia, and malfunctioning of the brain from lack of oxygen.

Then a bright idea popped into my head. I got a wide bore cannula, and stuck it into his chest, so air could be leaving through it. Then I connected one end of a drip-giving set to the cannula, and the other end of it to a urine bag. It was an airtight arrangement.

Almost immediately, you could see mist forming along the length of the tubbing of the drip-giving set, showing that humidified air was making its way through it. After few minutes, the hitherto collapsed urine bag started inflating, showing that air was collecting there.

The challenge was how to ensure unidirectional flow of air, since there was no underwater seal to create a a valve mechanism. Without a system of valve, air could potentially flow backwards into the chest, especially when the pressure in the bag becomes higer than that in the chest.

I did two things to prevent this from happening: 
1. Knowing full well that expired air is denser than atmospheric air, I made sure that the urine bag is placed at a level below the chest.

2. Most importantly, I made sure that air didn't accumulate in the bag under pressure. Once a sizeable volume of air accumulates there, we would occlude the drip-giving set with it its regulator, maintaining an air-tight system upstream. Then we would open the valve at the tail end of the urine bag, to allow the accumulated air to escape, without the risk of having atmospheric air rushing into the chest.

We carried on like this until he was fit enough, and the family was buoyant enough, to take him to a proper Hospital. 24 hours it took. And guess what. Within that period of time, there was no single incident of deterioration from hypoxemia. He was lucid all through, and breathing relatively fine.

Now you have a new air-bending skill to add to the ones you already know.
I am CJ, the last air bender!

PS: Needless to say, this should only be tried when there's no chest tube available; no NG tube, or urethral catheter, to improvise with; no nearby Hospital to refer the patient to [or moving the patient has its own risk]; and the BENEFITS CLEARLY OUTWEIGHS THE RISKS!

NB: Patient was fully conscious when the pictures were taken. The purpose was explained to him, and he gave his consent."

Many on social media commended the doctor but slammed the Government as President Buhari continues to patronize foreign hospitals while leaving the poorly-equipped ones to Nigerians.

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Jay Jay Okocha Gushes Over His Beautiful Daughter

The proud dad shared the photo on his instagram page writing; My baby girl is rocking @danniie_okocha ❤️❤️❤️

How to Share a Static Snapshot of your Google Calendar

google calendar logo

We’ve previously covered how to show your live Google Calendar in Outlook, but what if you just want to share a static snapshot of your calendar with someone? There’s a way to do that too.

Sharing a static snapshot can be useful if you want to share your Google Calendar with a colleague—or with your own work calendar so you can see it—but your company policies don’t allow you to synchronize with a live, non-corporate calendar. It’s also useful if you’re going to be somewhere with intermittent Wi-Fi for a while and you want to see your calendar even when you’re offline.

To share a static snapshot, you need to export your calendar and import it into another calendar program.

How to Export a Google Calendar

Exporting a Google Calendar is pretty simple, so start by logging into to your Google account and heading to Calendar. Once you’re there, find the calendar you want to share and hover over it to show the three dots.

The calendar options

Click the three dots and on the menu that appears, click “Settings and sharing.”

The "Settings and sharing" options

Near the top of the settings, find the “Export calendar” button and click it.

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First Photo Of Tania Omotayo’s Daughter

Tania Omotayo, has shared the first photo of her daughter on her instagram page. Tania and her husband, Sumbo, welcomed their baby girl in March.

Sharing the beautiful photo, the proud mum wrote;

Before you even entered the world you were anticipated, loved and cherished. Now that I can hold you in my arms, those feelings have multiplied tenfold. I fall deeper in love with you every time I look at you. You are actually ours, our precious gift from God.... Can’t believe my princess is one month old today. This time last month she was making her way into the world 💕💕💕💕💕🥰🥰🥰🥰

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Daily News Roundup: Virtual Desktops on Chrome OS are Coming Along Nicely

Virtual Desktops are coming to Chrome OS. The first glimpse of how this is going to work showed up in February, and now there’s a new video of how the feature is progressing. And it looks amazing.

As Chromebooks have grown in both feature and popularity, this is a feature that many users have asked for—myself included. Having the option to switch between multiple screen layouts for various tasks seamlessly would dramatically improve workflow on Chrome OS, and the implementation shown in the video looks great.

All that said, this is still a very early—and notably unfinished—look at how “virtual desks,” as they’re being called, will work. First off, we know that the number of desks will be limited to four. That’s understandable, especially given the lightweight hardware found in most Chromebooks. Comments on the video also note that desk switch animations or mini view haven’t been implemented yet. Again, understandable since this is still very much in development.

Chrome OS Virtual Desks

While we’re getting a better look at how the feature will work, there’s still a lot of unanswered questions. For one, how much of a hit is this going to have on the system—especially lower-end Chromebooks? I’ve been able to peg my Pixelbook’s 8 GB of RAM on more than one occasion with little more than a slew of Chrome tabs, so I can only imagine what it will be like when I can keep multiple apps open across several desktops.

Secondly—and probably the more significant question—when can we try it? As About Chromebooks’ Kevin Tofel points out, it’ll probably be Chrome OS 76 at the earliest. I’m just glad I keep my Pixelbook on the developer channel, as this is one feature that I absolutely can’t wait to try out. [via About Chromebooks]

In other news, Google is having a hard time selling Pixel phones, older Huawei routers were found to have hidden backdoors, Energizer’s massive-battery phone flopped hard, and more.

  • Google reported “lower than expected” Pixel sales: Smartphone sales are down overall this year, but it seems that Google is taking an even harder hit than expected. One analyst even went as far as comparing Pixel sales to Windows Phone. Ouch. [Android Police]
  • Backdoors in Huawei routers: Vodafone Italy says it found “hidden backdoors” in Huawei routers that allowed the Chinese company to access users’ home networks and Vodafone’s fixed-line network. The now-patched backdoors were discovered between 2009-2011; there was also no evidence of breached data. [Bloomberg]
  • Energizer’s big bet on a big phone: Remember the ridiculously huge Energizer phone announced back in February? Well, unsurprisingly, it completely flopped on Indiegogo, only grabbing about one percent of its goal. lol. [The Verge]
  • Netflix will need ads…according to advertisers: Because that’s exactly what advertisers would say. [Tech Radar]
  • Moto’s new RAZR foldable breaks cover: A new supposed leak shows off the rumored RAZR foldable Motorola has been working on. And man, it looks…pretty good. [Engadget]
  • Vudu is getting OC: Original content is coming to Vudu next year, according to a new report. The best part? It’s all going to be free with ads. Well, free is the best part. Not the ads. [MacRumors]
  • Anki is shutting down: No more toy robots for us. :( [Axios]
  • Alexa is getting support for Spanish: Right now, Alexa can only speak English. Starting later this week, she’ll also speak Spanish. Good. [Digital Trends]
  • T-Mobile-Sprint merger delayed: The Justice Department is still in deliberation, so it pushed back the dealing to July 29th. Maybe one day we’ll let the two become one. For the good of humanity. [Android Police]
  • Apple kills Aperture: Apple announced that Aperture will no longer work in macOS versions after Mojave. Makes sense—it’s been out of development since 2014. [MacRumors]
  • Burger King does the Impossible: The company announced that it’s bringing the Impossible Whopper—a totally meatless burger that is said to taste like, well, meat—to all BKs by the end of the year. Wild. I’m gettin’ one. [Vox]

In a bit of interesting science news, scientists have found that “water worlds”—exoplanets completely covered by one huge ocean—are not only common in our galaxy, but have more water than initially imagined. We’re talking massive amounted of water here; potentially thousands of kilometers deep. Of course, water worlds are still technically hypothetical is it were, but this new research, paired with computer simulations, show that planets that were previously thought to be gas with thick atmospheres are actually water worlds. Neat. [Gizmodo]