here is power in unity. There is power in dialogue. There is power in prayer. As much as there is power in brotherly love. A family in crisis comes together and everyone joins hands in prayer. We look onto the heavens asking God to intercede and bring peace and healing in our time. We fast and meditate and take steps backwards to re-tune the mind and a temperament juiced with anger and on this premise come together as one united family to bring the best out of one another and march into the future like Brothers and Sisters on a common cause, overcoming the embers of war in this trying moment of our history as a nation. This should be our prayer and mantra in this phase of our national discourse, when multiple forces of hegemonies fuel a centrifuge of destruction and carnage at a time when our nation should be consolidating on the gains of diversity, religious tolerance and national unity. The birth of any nation has never been an accident of history. The amalgamation of the … [Read more...] about A vote for Atiku and Obi in 2019: A paradigm shift in the direction of a new Nigeria
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The Lagos State Government says nine bodies from the Otedola Link Bridge fire incident which occurred on June 28 have been successfully matched to the families. In a statement, the Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris, said that 11 families had showed up at Lagos State DNA and Forensic Centre (LSD&FC) for testing and only nine families had been matched. “”On July 5 2018, samples from the incident were picked up by LSD&FC staff from the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) Forensic Pathologist, under secured chain of custody. “”Reference DNA profiles were generated at LSD&FC from representative family members and compared to the DNA profiles generated from the victims’ samples received from the Forensic Pathologist. “”Based on the DNA analysis performed at LSD&FC, all victim samples were successfully matched to relatives’ samples. “”Nine bodies have been successfully matched to nine … [Read more...] about Otedola Fire Accident: 9 bodies have been matched to 9 families, says LASG
Blame it on Thomas Edison. His invention of the light bulb some 140 years ago led to a monumental shift in cultural norms, and average sleep times declined from nine to seven hours or less. In all fairness, his invention can’t shoulder all the blame for the fatigue epidemic that’s sweeping the U.S. Expanding waist lines have led to the growing prevalence of sleep apnea, leaving many dazed and confused. Twenty-two million Americans suffer from the problem, and more than 80% of sufferers are undiagnosed, according to data from the American Sleep Apnea Association. Apart from a long list of health-related consequences, lack of sleep can have more far-reaching, catastrophic ramifications for the industrial and transportation sectors. Anyone who operates machinery or watches a process console is a threat to safety when fatigued. A National Safety Council study found that injury risk begins increasing beyond an 8-hour shift, with a 13% increase in the 10th hour and a 30% increase … [Read more...] about How is industry mitigating fatigue-related hazards?
Share on twitter by Misa Han AMP may have been unlawfully deducting service fees from customer accounts since 2009, but it was its attitude to dealing with the regulator that has got the company in the most trouble.Evidence before the royal commission showed AMP misled the corporate regulator 20 times, including by portraying its "fee for no service" problem as a process error rather than deliberate decisions and mischaracterising findings from an external audit by PwC.Counsel assisting the commission, Rowena Orr, said that over a two-year period between May 27, 2015 and May 3, 2017, AMP and its licensees made 20 false or misleading statements in 12 communications to ASIC about the extent and nature of its ongoing service for fee conduct.She said four of the 20 misleading statements may have contravened sections 1308(4) and (5) of the Corporations Act. The sections deal with the criminal offence of making misleading statements under the Corporations Act. The royal commission … [Read more...] about Banking royal commission: AMP’s misleading of ASIC explained
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Politics by Jenna Johnson by Jenna Johnson Email the author April 27 Email the author Top, from left: John Rausch, Alysha Nishikawa, Jose Antonio Colina, Sandra Jones. Bottom, from left: Jitu Brown, Mariam Zaiat, Bill Campbell. (Daniel Heyman, Scott McIntyre, Joyce Koh, Adeshina Emmanuel, Trevor Bach, Allyson Crowell/For The Washington Post) In the past three weeks, President Trump has bombed Syria, hosted his first state dinner, signaled that he’s open to brokering a new deal to constrain Iran’s nuclear weapons program and explored rejoining a trade deal with Pacific Rim countries that he pulled out of last year. He … [Read more...] about What does ‘America first’ really mean?