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China’s 5G network has more than 600,000 base stations – Ministry

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China’s 5G network has more than 600,000 base stations – Ministry

China is stepping up the construction of its 5G network, and has now built over 600,000 5G base stations, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).

With the rapid increase in 5G users, the number of connected devices on the network has exceeded 150 million, data from the ministry showed.

“In the next three years, China will be at the introduction stage of 5G development, so it is necessary to make proactive moves in construction,” said Wen Ku, an official with the MIIT.

Also read:  NCC moves to formulate policies on 5G

The COVID-19 epidemic has accelerated the implementation of digital applications, aided by the development of 5G.

These include various digital products, services and solutions.

As the number of 5G users continues to increase, innovative services related to 5G will grow substantially, according to Liu Duo, head of the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology.

 

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Looming Divorce: “My husband follows anything under skirt”, wife tells court

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…As another marriage hits rock over Wife’s monitoring of phone, husband’s lockouts 

Mrs Jane Ebi, a businesswoman, on Friday dragged her husband, Monday, before a Customary Court in Jikwoyi, near Abuja.

She accused him of “following everything under skirt”.

Jane, who is seeking a divorce, said that her husband is hot tempered, wicked, and had a bad attitude of getting drunk and following different women or anything under the skirt.

The petitioner alleged that her husband had been trying to get her out of the way by killing her.

She also told the court that her husband passes nights outside their matrimonial home.

“My husband always sleeps outside our matrimonial home with small girls leaving me and the children in danger.

“I have done all I can to make the respondent change from that life, but he has refused to change. It is on these grounds that I seek to divorce him,” She said.

The respondent, Monday, who is a driver, however, denied all the allegations.

The presiding judge, Doocivir Yawe, advised the couple to explore reconciliation and adjourned the matter until March 7, for a report of settlement or hearing. 

In another development, a businessman, Mr Ojo Owo, on Friday, dragged his wife, Muyibat, before a Customary Court in Jikwoyi, near Abuja, for always locking him out of the house.

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His claims are contained in a divorce petition he filed against his wife.

“On several occasions, my wife locked me out of the house whenever I come back home late from work.

“She has the habit of monitoring my phone calls, picking my phone to go through my messages.

“She searches my calls log, picks and calls the numbers on my phone to insult, embarrass and call my customers names,” he alleged. 

The petitioner also accused his wife of sleeping around.

“She admitted this to me when questioned,” he claimed. 

The petitioner further told the court that he gives his wife money to take care of her hair.

“I also provide body creams and food.

“I don’t know why she is sleeping around; I beg this court to dissolve the marriage,” he said.

The respondent, however, denied the allegations.

The Judge, Thelma Baba, advised the couple to explore settlement options for the sake of their children and adjourned the matter until March 7, for a hearing.

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Op-ed: Rising Cost Of Cement, Reinforcing Bars, Cabals’ Calculated Attempt To Strangulate Economy- Engr. Emem Coffie

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The rising cost of cement and Reinforcing Bars which are key component raw materials in the Construction Industry which employs over 70% of Youths is obviously a calculated attempt by Catel and Cabal to strangulate the Economy and Government of the day. 

It is pertinent to note that if you say the Government is insensitive, then these members of the Cartel and Carbal are not only insensitive but barbaric and devilish. 

The populace suffering from this dastardly act have relations and family members suffering this same fate. 

The Government should sanction the key players and allow the importation of food and cement (at least temporarily) into the country and make very stringent rules on dollar transactions that will increase the inflow of the dollar and discourage trading in the dollar that has enriched some banks and the Cabal.

*Engr. (Dr.) Emem Samuel Coffie

 

More investors should be allowed to invest in cement production for which most raw materials are from Nigeria and regulate the activities of Steel companies. 

Government needs to wake up. 

The Media team of Mr President should wake up to their responsibilities. Trading the media with half-truths is dangerous. Enough is Enough.

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Establish Radio Stations, For Wider Outreach Of Policies, Kanwan Katsina Tasks State Govt

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The Kanwan Katsina District Head of Ketare Alhaji Usman Bello Kankara mni has called on the Katsina state Government to establish FM radio Stations across the Three Senatorial zones of Katsina, Daura, and Funtua.

Alhaji Usman Bello made the call while delivering a goodwill message as the Royal Father of the Day at the twenty twenty-four World Radio Day Celebrations organized by the Nigeria Union of Journalists NUJ, Katsina State Council.

At the event which took place at the NUJ Secretariat in Katsina, the Monarch explained that establishing State-owned FM Radio Stations will go a long way in generating revenue into government coppers, creating employment opportunities, and providing wider outreach of government policies and programs at the grassroots.

*Picture shows the Kanwan Katsina, Alhaji Usman Bello Kankara mni the NUJ Patron of Katsina State Chapel Presenting Certificates of Award to deserving Radio broadcasters who excel in the year 2023

The Kanwan Katsina who is a retired comptroller of Customs congratulated the NUJ Katsina State Council for joining the rest of the world to celebrate this year’s Radio Day with the theme “Radio and Democracy”.

The Monarch who is the Patron of the Union called for training and retraining for working journalists in the state and improved welfare to boost capacity and morale.

*Kanwan katsina District Head Ketare Alhaji Usman Bello Kankara mni arrived at the NUJ Secretariat Katsina for the World Radio Day

Alhaji Usman Bello who used the occasion to commend the efforts of the Dikko Radda-led administration for establishing the Katsina Watch Corp which was deployed to the seven frontline local governments battling with insecurity also called on the government to consolidate on the security gains and not to relent on its efforts as it has been yielding positive result.

*The Kanwan Katsina, Alhaji Usman Bello Kankara mni the NUJ Patron of Katsina State Chapel Presenting Certificates of Award to deserving Radio broadcasters who excel in the year 2023

Highlights of the event include a paper presentation by members of the academia on the importance of Radio and presentation of awards to some outstanding Radio personalities in the State.

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