In an attempt to search for compromise with various countries, a Huawei executive declared they are willing to sign no-spy agreements with these nations.
This comes after backlash regarding the security of Huawei’s products, of which the US decided to ban altogether.
Huawei is a tech giant with an extensive infrastructure that is trying to alleviate these concerns.
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Court Don Adjourn Senator #ElishaAbbo Trial Because Say Im No Well
Dem Adjorn Senator Elisha Abbo trial for the Zuba Chief Magistrates’ Court, forn Abuja, today as im no appear for court.
For the hearing of the case today, his counsel, Adegbite Adeniyi, yarn the court say the Senator sick and no fit come the court today.
Make Una read wetin im yarn ”My Lord my client is suffering from Acute Febrile (medical term used to describe a sudden fever or elevation in body temperature)” Adeniyi also present medical report to the court and claim say Abbo dey on admission for one hospital for Yola, Adamawa.
The Magistrate, Abdullahi Ilelah, Kon adjourn the case until September 24th for hearing.
We Defeat #IBB and #Abacha, We No Go Allow Another Dictator — #FemiFalana
Femi Falana on Monday August 18, don yarn dis totori for Symposium wey Coalition for Revolution (CORE) organize for Lagos.
Make Una read wetin im yarn “Let the authorities in Abuja know that call for revolution is not new. Political leaders in this country have been calling for revolution and nobody charged them,” . “When Nigeria was at this stage in the 1940s, a group of young Nigerians, the Zikists, gathered at Glover Hall (Lagos). Their leader, Osita Agbonna, delivered a lecture titled “A Call For Revolution” and those who shared the same thoughts with them were arrested and charged with sedition, that they were trying to embarrass the colonial regime.
They were not charged with treason or treasonable felony.
“When we were outside and were told the symposium will not hold, my mind went back to 30 years ago during the Babangida and then the Abacha junta when we could not meet. We defeated both dictators and I can assure you that any other dictator will not be allowed to rear his ugly head.” “The Buhari administration knows those who are breaching the peace of Nigeria. Terrorists, armed robbers, herdsmen, coup plotters and others. Those who went on the street to protest in exercise of their right to assembly and complain against injustice, corruption and maladministration in our country cannot be said to have breached the peace in our country. “A revolution, like Chairman Mao Tse Tung said, is not a dinner party. A revolution is a very serious, rigorous and consistent battle for the soul of a country. “What you have done is mere declaration of intention. The journey is going to be intense, take time, but I believe we have started and there is no going back,” #madamaproko#pidginblog#pidgintori#instablog#instatori#politicalnews#bbcpidgin#APC#PDP
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Ci siamo, oggi è il giorno decisivo; è il giorno in cui si decideranno le sorti di questo governo.
Alle ore 15, Giuseppe Conte sarà chiamato a conferire in Senato: un’arringa difensiva sull’operato del governo e, ovviamente, una dura requisitoria nei confronti dell’uomo che ha dato il via a questa voragine governativa: il Ministro dell’Interno Matteo Salvini.
L’esito di quanto avverrà dopo il discorso del Premier, sembrerebbe essere scontato. Probabilmente Conte rassegnerà le sue dimissioni oppure attenderà il voto della mozione di sfiducia presentata dalla Lega.
Gli scenari che si stagliano sull’orizzonte sono molteplici: dall’improbabile
ricucitura tra i due azionisti di questo esecutivo, al governo “giallorosso”. Resta da comprendere se quanto dicono i giornali, sullo stato avanzato delle trattative tra PD e M5S, sia veritiero.
In bio, troverete un mio articolo su ciò che potrà accadere dopo la risoluzione di questa crisi di governo; una sorta di guida per gli elettori.