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Breaking!!! Buhari Steps Down From Presidential Race

Ahmed Buhari , the presidential candidate of the Sustainable Development Party (SDP) has pulled out of the presidential race days to the Election.
    Ahmed has now switched to the ruling All Progressives Congress to back President Muhammadu Buhari for the president seat again.
According to Concise News, Ahmed joined APC last week and on Wednesday he was on Channels TV Sunrise Daily.
According to him, he stepped down from the race as Buhari is the right man for the job.
He noted that the Buhari government has also made some gains in the last four years it came on board in the country.
In addition, he accused Nigerian youths of not backing a young person for the presidency.
This is as he rued his lack of resources to compete with the APC and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Ahmed was once a member of the main opposition PDP but left for the SDP to fulfill his dream of becoming the country’s leader. 
President Buhari and Atiku Abubakar of the APC are the main contenders for the president…

Wall Street Finally Taught Zuckerberg The Lesson He Deserved

This week Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally got the whack across the nose that many had hoped Congress would give him back in April.
     The social-media giant’s stock price took a spectacular nose dive Thursday after the company forecast a slowdown in the rate of new user sign-ups. Analysts reckon Facebook’s limp response to the European Union’s recently enacted digital privacy laws also soured investors on its near-term financial future.
     While Zuckerberg spent the first half of 2018 listening to but not really hearing complaints about how Facebook mishandles user data, it’s a good bet he’s listening now. All told, Thursday’s trading vaporized $119 billion of the Menlo Park, Calif., company’s market value. That’s roughly the equivalent of the gross domestic product of Kuwait.
     Public patience with Zuckerberg’s often unconvincing — and at times duplicitous — statements about the heroic lengths Facebook goes to protect user data appears to have come to an end. A rolli…

Panic Spreads As Crypto CEO Dies Without Revealing Password To Unlock $200 Million Customer's Bitcoin

Customers have cried out in shock as a Cripto CEO has died with all the passwords necessary to Unlock all their coins. Without their Digital Keys, his clients loss access to their funds .
    The company's board of directors said last week it is seeking Creditor Protection 🛡.

    According to a report by Bloomberg News, the online startup can't retrieve about C$190 million ($145 million)  in Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ether and other digital tokens held for it's customers, according to court documents filed January 31 in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Nor can Vancouver - based Quadriga CX pay the C$70 million in cash they're owed.
    Access to Quadriga CX's digital wallets - an application that stores the keys to send and receive Criptocurrencies appears to have been lost with the CX Chief Executive Officer ,Gerald Cotten, who died December 9 in India from complications of Crohn's disease.

    He was 30. Cotten was always conscious about security. The laptop, email addre…