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USSD War: Banks Unblock MTN, Reconnect Telco To Banking Channels
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USSD War: Banks Unblock MTN, Reconnect Telco To Banking Channels

After 48 hours of disconnecting MTN customers from banking channels including the Unstructured Supplementary Service Data and banking apps, commercial banks on Sunday have reconnected MTN customers to banking channels. Our correspondent gathered that the development followed the intervention of the Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Isa Pantami; and the Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele. The PUNCH had reported that the banks blocked MTN customers on Friday, leaving millions of MTN subscribers frustrated as they were unable to recharge airtime via USSD amid the Easter celebrations. MTN, with about 77 million subscribers, making up about 45 per cent of the total telecommunication market share in Nigeria, is arguably the largest telecommunicati...
26-year-old Man Electrocuted While Reconnecting Electricity Cable in Benue
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26-year-old Man Electrocuted While Reconnecting Electricity Cable in Benue

A 26-year-old electrician identified as Humble Paul, was electrocuted to death in Okpokwu Local Government Area of Benue State while reconnecting electric cables disconnected by power officials over non payment of bill. The incident occurred Sunday evening, March 28, at Ede Ai-agbenu community in Okpoga when some persons contacted the deceased to reconnect their wires for a pastry sum of N400. According to a resident of Ai-agbenu village, power was restored while Paul was carrying out his duty on the top of the electric pole with his body resting on the wires. He was electrocuted and died instantly. It was gathered that the electrician had climbed the electric pole without hand gloves or any protective jackets.
70-year-old Woman Engaged to Her age-Long ex
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70-year-old Woman Engaged to Her age-Long ex

A 70-year-old woman engaged to her ex-boyfriend after 20 years of reportedly staying off men.This is according to her grand-daughter who made the report on twitter. She also chipped in that the ex-boyfriend her grand mother got engaged to is the only man that she has ever loved and she had reconnect with him. She wrote: My 70 year old Granny is engaged…and I can’t stop crying. I’m so happy for her…like wow after like 20 years, she reconnected with the only man she ever loved. My 70 year old Granny is engaged…and I can’t stop crying. I’m so happy for her…like wow after like 20 years, she reconnected with the only man she ever loved…???❤️? pic.twitter.com/4F0MujhTwB — Servin. (@ServinAirBody) December 25, 2018 The post has since gone viral and most of h...
Nigerian Lady Starts a Search For Her Mother Who Left Home 21 Years Ago After Telling Them They’ll Never See Her Again
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Nigerian Lady Starts a Search For Her Mother Who Left Home 21 Years Ago After Telling Them They’ll Never See Her Again

A Nigerian lady has turned to Twitter to help find her missing mum who left home 21 years ago and hasn't been seen since then. @missk8babe said her mum named Evelyn Agarry Useh, left home after telling her son that they will never see her again. No news has been heard from or about her since then. Kate Useh said her mum is 47 years now and shared a photo of her mum while asking for the help of Twitter users to find her. Twitter users recently helped reconnect a black young lady and her Asian friend after the black woman asked for help in finding the friend she met on a ship years ago and her request went viral. Kate is hoping same will happen for her and, as usual, Twitter users are already doing their thing by retweeting.  
Bitter Mum Forbids Daughter To Attend Her Dad’s Funeral
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Bitter Mum Forbids Daughter To Attend Her Dad’s Funeral

  Almost 15 years after Gbemi had set eyes on her dad, she got a visit from her father’s half-brother.  “My dad was in town, he told me after a few minutes of trying to gauge my mood”, explained Gbemi now in her late twenties. “Dad had left his family years back for another woman.  My  uncle now wanted to know when I would be free to visit my dad at his place. Dad had relocated to another state as soon as he remarried.  The last time I’d seen him, I was 14 years old. I’d visited him fairly regularly after the separation before he moved with his wife to another town. “He called from time to time at first and even sent me cards, but the contact slowly dried up. It had been years since I’d spoken with him when my uncle turned up. I hadn’t missed him, in fairness. Mum had told me how h...

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