SOURCE:macrumors.comThe latest update to WhatsApp Messenger rolled out on iOS on Sunday and adds a couple of notable new features, one of which is the ability to share files of any type within conversations. Version 2.17.40 of WhatsApp is the first to allow any file type to be sent using the Document option in the Share menu. Previously files were limited to PDF documents, but now the only limitation is file size, which is officially 100MB. It's also now possible to pin chats to the top of the chat list to quickly find important conversation threads. To pin a chat, swipe right on the chat and tap the pin icon. Additionally, users can now tap and hold on groups of multiple photos they've received to quickly forward or delete them. Version 2.17.40 also includes a couple of new hidden ...
SOURCE: saharareporters.comThe people of Kwara Central Senatorial District, under the umbrella of “Kwara Must Change,” have announced a plan to recall Senator Bukola Saraki, the current Senate President. In a press statement on Tuesday, the group apologized to Nigerians for electing Mr. Saraki as a Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in the first place, and for making it possible for him to become Senate President of Nigeria. “Realizing the extent of damages done by the man we supplied to Nigeria as our contribution, we take full responsibility for his stay in the Senate while representing us, though we regret his actions,” they said, adding that it has become clear Mr. Saraki cannot represent the interest of the people because he doesn’t care about the existence of the peopl
SOURCE: saharareporters.comA youth organization in Kwara State, Kwara Youths Stakeholders Forum (KYSF), has threatened to initiate a process to recall Mr. Bukola Saraki, the Senate President. The group made the threat in a statement jointly signed by its leaders, including Mr. Charles Olufemi Folayan, President; Ahmed Alanamu, Deputy President; and Abolarin Olusola, Secretary. The organization said the long-running face-off between the Senate and the Executive arm of government is hindering the operations of the government and affecting the masses. It blamed the situation on Mr. Saraki's lust for power. "We are cognizant of the separation of powers in a democratic government, but it is shocking to see the Legislative and Executive arms of Government formed by the same political party
SOURCE: saharareporters.comThe Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has said it would continue with the process for the recall of the senator representing Kogi West Senatorial District, Dino Melaye, despite a court ruling asking it to maintain status quo. Rotimi Oyekanmi, the media aide to the Chairman of the Commission, Mahmood Yakubu, who disclosed this Friday, said it was yet to be served with the court papers putting the process on hold. Mr. Melaye’s lawyer, Mike Ozekhome, had explained that maintaining the status-quo me status quo should halt the recall process. An Abuja Division of the Federal High Court had on Thursday ordered parties involved in the planned recall of a senator to maintain status quo. The order was made exparte; implying the order was given without h
SOURCE: saharareporters.comEmbattled Senator Dino Melaye failed on Thursday in his bid to stop the ongoing recall process by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). Justice John Tsoho in an ex-parte ruling rejected Melaye’s motion for a temporary injunction restraining INEC from proceeding with the recall process until the determination of suit challenging his recall. Instead, the judge ordered parties in the case to “maintain status quo pending the hearing of the motion on notice.” Chief Mike Ozekhome (SAN) argued Melaye’s ex-parte motion. The judge adjourned till September 29 hearing of Melaye’s motion on notice and applications filed by three individuals, led by Chief Cornelius Olowo, who applied to be made parties in the suit. In the main suit marked: FHC/ABJ/CS/587/2
SOURCE: saharareporters.comThe Kogi State senator, Dino Melaye, at the Senate plenary on Tuesday rallied his colleagues to save him from being recalled by his constituents. The appeal comes as the Independent National Electoral Commission unveiled a timetable and modalities for the exercise at his Kogi West Senatorial District. The senator restated his claim that his recall was masterminded by his state governor, Yahaya Bello. The Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, assured Mr. Melaye of the upper chamber’s support, proclaiming the recall process “dead on arrival.” Mr. Ekweremadu said the Constitution made recall a cumbersome process, and, as such, would be difficult for Mr. Melaye’s opponents to succeed. “The Senate would also verify the legitimacy of the votes before a conclusio
SOURCE: www.lailasblog.com/Reacting to the sudden threat of his position at the Nigerian Senate, and subsequent signing of registers to recall him back from the Senate, Nigerian controversial Senator from Kogi State, Dino Melaye, has slammed those staging such scenes, claiming that since they didn’t call him, they cannot recall him.Here are his tweets on the incident that has long sparked controversy;To Receive Free News Updates , Add Us To Your WhatsApp: 08080810909; BBM Pin: D8CB58EE Source link
SOURCE:macrumors.comPopular Mac drag-and-drop app Yoink received a substantial update on Thursday, adding the ability to bring back last removed files and better sharing options, as well as many smaller improvements. The Yoink app aims to simplify the action of dragging and dropping files and app-content on the macOS desktop by providing a temporary place for files to be dragged to. Yoink fades in when users starts a drag - either with files from Finder or app-content, like an image from a website - offering them a temporary place for your dragged files. With their files temporarily docked in the Yoink pane and the mouse free, users can more easily navigate to the intended destination of files, which is especially helpful when moving and copying files between different windows, Spaces...
SOURCE: saharareporters.comFormer minister of Health, Prof Eyitayo Lambo, former Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Chief Bayo Ojo (SAN), Mr Tunde Ipinmisho (FNGE) and Major Gen. Julius Oshanupin (Rtd) on Tuesday distanced themselves from a statement which purportedly claimed they have endorsed Senator Dino Melaye. They made their positions known in a statement jointly signed by the four of them and made available to Daily Trust in Lokoja to counter one issued by the Okun Development Initiative (ODI) which named them as signatories. "We wish to state that we do not know ODI and have no relationship with the body in any form whatsoever. It therefore follows that we did not and indeed could not have signed any statement for an organisation with which we are not a...
SOURCE: saharareporters.comSenator Dino Melaye, representing Kogi West Senatorial district in the National Assembly says the signatures allegedly collected to influence his recall and forwarded to INEC were forged. Addressing newsmen on Sunday in Lokoja, Melaye who said investigations had revealed that even the dead signed the recall across the seven area councils of the senatorial district, described the process as fraudulent. Speaking through one of his legislative aides, Malam Abubakar Sadiq, the embattled senator said names and signatures of dead constituents were on the list. According to him, the name of a former governorship aspirant of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the state, late Chief Rotimi Obadofin precisely from Iya-Gbede axis was on the list. “Let me also sound au