Thursday, 20 October 2016
Poolside scene in Lagos is far from boring. A splash of pool parties are thrown on the regular at shindig-friendly hotels around town. From grand oceanfront resorts to smaller boutique properties, there is a variety of hotel options from budget-friendly to truly opulent; and some of the city’s best hotels host pool parties that kick-off during the day and lead into nights of fun long after the sun goes down.
Read the customs statement below:
Twenty-nine (29) Senior officers of the Nigeria Customs Service have been dismissed for various acts of gross misconduct. The dismissed officers are among forty-four (44) Senior officers who were punished for actions capable of compromising national economy and security.
Watford manager, Walter Mazzari, has stated that Nigeria forward, Isaac Success, still has a lot to learn to become a complete player. Success made his first start for Watford in their 1-0 away win against Middlesbrough over the weekend.
The management of Kano Pillars Football club led by Kabiru Baita has been dissolved by the State Government. Governor Ganduje gave the directive when he received players of Kano Pillars Basketball team who visited him in his office earlier on Wednesday.
Akwa United have relieved Maurice Cooreman of his duties as Technical Adviser of the Promise Keepers, reports. According to the media officer of the club, Uwem Ekoh, Cooreman was sacked following a poor disciplinary record throughout last season.
Technology evolves every day, thus it is important to stay updated. While young Nigerians who were born during the outbreak of modern technology have no problems keeping abreast and coping with the complexities and intricacies of modern technology as well as the internet, their parents, on the other hand, who grew up pre-technology era seem to find it all confusing and intimidating.
A majority of Nigerians have and use smartphones on the daily, but how many of them actually maximize its functions? Aside from voice calls, social networking, telling the time, listening to music and maybe using the device as a flashlight, there are so many other creative ways the smartphone can be used beyond their standard features to make life easier. Jumia Travel, Africa’s No.1 hotel booking portal shares 5 awesome things Nigerians do not know they can do with their smartphones.