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Proscription Of IPOB: Plot By The South-East Governors And Ohaneze To Support Nigerian Government In Rendering Ala Igbo Defenseless – IPOB

  Going by unfolding events and the imminent danger of attack by Fulani terror herdsmen in the South East and South South, it has become imperative for concerned citizens to compel Gov. Dave Umahi, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi, Okezie Ikpeazu, Rochas Okorocha, Willie Obiano and Ohaneze Ndigbo to reverse their public proscription of IPOB or else they…

Kevin’s Week in Tech: Let’s Check In on the Other Social Networks, Shall We?

Kevin’s Week in Tech: Let’s Check In on the Other Social Networks, Shall We? Photo Twitter reported a profit that was driven, in part, by its data licensing business — the part of Facebook’s business that got it into trouble. Credit Richard Drew/Associated Press Each week, Kevin Roose, technology columnist at The New York Times, discusses developments in the tech industry, offering analysis and maybe a joke or two. Want this newsletter in your inbox? Sign up here.
Hello again! I write to you this week from my underground bunker, deep below The New York Times’s headquarters, where I’ve gone to avoid all news about Kanye West’s political views.
As usual, there was some Facebook news during the week: The company reported strong first-quarter earnings and user growth, showing that not even a global privacy freakout can keep those sweet, sweet “likes” and shares coming. The company’s chief technology officer, Mike Schroepfer, pulled the short straw and got stuck on crisis cleanup duty this ..

Pound falls sharply against dollar and euro as UK economy almost grinds to a halt

Weak growth figure increases likelihood Bank of England will keep interest rates at 0.5% next month
The pound crashed more than 1 per cent against the dollar on Friday morning after official figures revealed that the UK economy almost ground to a halt in the first quarter.
Sterling fell 1.04 per cent against the dollar to $1.3768 and 0.9 per cent against the euro to 1.1395 on the back of news that UK GDP grew just 0.1 per cent in the first three months of the year.
Analysts had expected a slowdown due to the “Beast from the East” which covered much of the country in snow, causing travel chaos and halting construction work.
Read more Pound sterling falls to five week low against US dollar But the worse-than-expected number prompted fears that the economies problems are more deeply rooted than just bad weather, and increased the likelihood that the Bank of England will not raise interest rates next month.
GDP per person, which strips out economic growth resulting from a rise in p..