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Heritage Bank Unveils OCTIPLUS The All-In-One App

Heritage Bank has launched its digital banking proposition, OCTIPLUS. The application is a bank-agnostic, all-in-one digital banking application, which grants users access to a bouquet of financial, lifestyle and social networking features with the convenience of converging card-based transactions within one application. The transactional and lifestyle application stands out in the industry, with its Bank-Agnostic …

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Trumps officials violets law ,missing campaign with governing report – Washington report

At least 13 senior Trump administration officials illegally mixed governing with campaigning before the 2020 election,

thereby intentionally ignoring a law that prohibits merging the two and getting approval to break it, a federal investigation released Tuesday found.
A report from the office of Special Counsel Henry Kerner describes a “willful disregard for the law” known as the Hatch Act that was “especially pernicious,” given that many officials abused their government roles days before the November election.

President Donald Trump — whose job it was to discipline his political appointees — allowed them to illegally promote his reelection on the job despite warnings to some from ethics officials, the report says.
“This failure to impose discipline created the conditions for what appeared to be a taxpayer-funded campaign apparatus within the upper echelons of the executive branch,” investigators wrote in the scathing 60-page report.

“The president’s refusal to require compliance with the law laid the foundation for the violations,” the report says. “In each of these instances, senior administration officials used their official authority or influence to campaign for President Trump.

Based upon the Trump administration’s reaction to the violations, OSC concludes that the most logical inference is that the administration approved of these taxpayer-funded campaign activities.”

The special counsel found that two Cabinet officials, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and acting homeland security chief Chad Wolf, broke the law when Pompeo gave a speech from isreal and Wolf led a tapped naturalization ceremony for newly minted citizens on White House grounds, both during the Republican National Convention.
The investigation was prompted by an unprecedented swell of complaints to the independent agency that enforces the Hatch Act following Trump’s decision during the Covid-19 pandemic to hold the convention at the House The probe started when Trump was still president.

But the report concluded that while the Hatch Act bars most federal employees — excluding the president and vice president — from politicking while on duty or in a federal office, it does not impose similar restrictions on others who were, in this case, Ho organizing or attending the convention.

The Office of Special Counsel, led by a Republican appointed by Trump, lays out a series of violations that the authors underscore were not innocent mistakes or slips of the tongue.
No punishment is expected to be assessed because, by most legal interpretations, the president in office at the time is the only person who can take action to fire or reprimand his political appointees when they act illegally.

The office’s lengthy treatment of how the administration flouted a law intended to ensure that civil servants and political appointees operate free of political influence was meant to illustrate that the law lacks teeth and needs stronger enforcement mechanisms, the report says.
“OSC is issuing this report to educate employees about Hatch Act-prohibited activities, highlight the enforcement challenges that [the office] confronted during its investigations, and deter similar violations in the future,” investigators wrote.

The political appointees who violated the law by blatantly promoting Trump’s reelection or disparaging rival Joe Biden in media interviews were Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette; senior counselor Kellyanne Conway; White House director of strategic communications Alyssa Farah; U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman; senior adviser Jared Kushner, Trump’s son-in-law; press secretary Kayleigh McEnany; White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows; senior adviser Stephen Miller; deputy White House press secretary Brian Morgenstern; Marc Short, chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence; and national security adviser Robert C. O’Brien.
The Post has sought comment from those whose actions were cited in the report and none has responded publicly.

The Trump White House was well aware of the Hatch Act’s restrictions, the report says, having received an unprecedented 15 letters from Kerner’s office during his presidency laying out violations and two report on repeats violator, Conway.
Pompeo and Wolf both ignored repeated warnings from career ethics officials and attorneys that they would be breaking the law with their appearances at the convention, the report found.

An ethics official even warned Wolf 45 minutes before the naturalization ceremony was taped that he should not move forward.
The report found that the naturalization ceremony “was orchestrated for the purpose of creating content for the convention” and that both events stemmed directly from requests that originated from the Trump campaign or possibly the president himself.

“Thus they reflect the Trump administration’s willingness to manipulate government business for partisan political ends,” the report says.

Pompeo changed a long-standing State Department policy to allow himself to speak at the convention. The policy had prohibited the secretary and all other political appointees at the agency from engaging in partisan political activities. He approved the change only for himself days before he delivered a taped speech from Jerusalem to the convention, the report says.
Investigators also said Pompeo violated a State Department rule on speaking about politics while abroad.

Internal emails show that the White House had planned to publicize a naturalization ceremony hosted by a “high level principal” in September 2020 but moved the event to the convention at the last minute.
In a written statement to the special counsel’s office, Wolf said he did not know whether video of the ceremony was going to be made publicly available or that it would be used at the Republican National Convention, the report says.

In Farah’s case, she appeared on Fox News in her official capacity on Oct. 9, weeks before the election, and told an interviewer of the two presidential candidates, “I can’t think of a starker contrast of two candidates against each other than even while sick with covid the president’s got boundless energy and is taking questions and being as transparent as possible on his positions and the fact that we still don’t have basic answers on policy from the Joe Biden campaign.”

O’Brien appeared June 25 on “The Hugh Hewitt Show” and was asked how a Biden victory would affect policy toward China. Rather than answer a question nominally about policy matters, as the law requires, O’Brien instead argued for Trump’s reelection.
“I expect the president to be reelected and reelected overwhelmingly,” he said.

“I think the president’s going to come out on top. The American people see the leadership that he’s providing not just with respect to China; they saw him build the greatest economy in the history of the world. We took a very bad hit because of this virus that came from China.

But who do you want to turn to to rebuild the economy — the guy who’s proven he can do it, President Trump, or somebody who’s been in Washington for 40 years?”
The cumulative effect of this flouting of the law has been to “undermine public confidence” in the nonpartisan operation of government, the report concludes.

The Biden administration has been cited once for a similar violation: The special counsel’s office gave Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia L. Fudge a warning in march about comment she made at a White House news conference when she weighed in on the possibility that Democrats could win the 2022 Senate rate in Ohio.

Fudge apologized for the comments.
Last month, a watchdog group filed a complaint that White House press secretary Jen Psaki violated the law by appearing at a White House briefing to have endorsed Democrat Terry McAuliffe, who last week lost the race for Virginia governor.

In the Obama administration, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius apologized in 2012 for partisan remarks she made to a gay rights group in North Carolina in which she promoted President Barack Obama’s reelection. Julián Castro, then-secretary of housing and urban development, endorsed Hillary clinton for president in 2016 in an interview in his official capacity.

Both were explicit violations, and both officials were reprimanded. The White House barred the Cabinet from speaking at the Democratic National Convention to avoid similar mishaps.

The 1939 law was originally titled “An Act to Prevent Pernicious Political Activities.” It applies to civil servants and political appointees alike. But the Trump administration showcased that there appears to be a two-tiered system of consequences; the special counsel’s office fined and in some cases fired hundreds of career employees for violations during the four years when Trump was in office.

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Biography of George Floyd to be published on may 2022 – Fox5 las Vegas

NEW YORK (AP) — Two Washington Post reporters are working on a biography of George Floyd, from his family history in the tobacco fields of North Carolina to his murder last year in Minneapolis by a white police officer.

Viking announced On Wednesday that “His Name Is George Floyd: One Man’s Life and the Struggle for Racial Justice,” by Robert Samuels and Toluse Olorunnipa, will come out next year ,on May, nearly two years to the day of Floyd’s death.

The book expands upon the Post’s six-part series “George Floyd’s America,” winner of a Polk award for justice reporting.
“George Floyd’s gruesome, videotaped death changed the world, as millions were moved by the raw humanity of a dying man pleading for air,”

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Olorunnipa said in a statement.

“As we’ve examined his life over the past year, we’ve learned how his struggle to exhale as a Black man in America began decades before a police officer’s knee landed on his neck.”

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Hundreds Volunteer In Search Of Missing Wisconsin Mother Ashley Miller – CBS Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – About 300 people gathered in northeastern Minnesota Sunday in search of a mother who went missing on Sept. 23.

Ashley Miller, 33, was last seen near the Lake Lena community, just 24 miles away from Hinkley.
“She’s all about family, especially her four beautiful kids, her mom, brother and sister who miss her tremendously,” said Carrie Miller, Ashely Miller’s aunt.

Credit: Greenfield Communications

Miller’s family say there’s been private search parties but Sunday marked the first public search effort.

“Over the last two days, we had a crash course from some very professional resources who helped us plot out what everyone does,” explained Carrie Miller.

Hundreds walked through the woods and swampy terrain to find clues leading to Ashley Miller, covering a two mile radius.

“Everyone wants answers,” said Stephanie Graupner, a search volunteer. “We had whistles, walkie talkies, dogs, gloves and a phone line we can call if we found something.”

To track which areas have already been covered, the Pine County Police Department is asking people to get GPS tracking apps and then send that information to investigators.

The family is offering a $20,000 reward for information leading to Ashley Miller’s rescue or recovery. A private investigator was also hired.

“If you hear this Ash, we are coming, we’re searching. We want to find you, we love you and miss you and want you back home,” said Carrie Miller.

Ashely Miller is from the Grantsburg, Wisconsin area. Burnett County law enforcement is aiding in search efforts. Ashley is 5’9” and weighs about 217 pounds.

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Obi Cubana’s wife shows support for husband

Obi cubana

Obi Cubana’s wife took to her Instagram page to show her solid support for her husband Obi Cubana who is currently detained by EFCC for alleged money laundering and tax fraud

she wrote ; He is Strong

he is Resilient

he is a Hardworker
He is a leader and
He is great
I call him Nwachinemelu !
Okpataozueora worldwide
Oji uno eme ogo
A man with a heart of diamond Nwoke ike
Odogwu m
we love you and we are solidly behind you even Jesus went through something worse than this so do not stress ,the Grace is overwhelming and it is overflowing God himself raised  you!……. again I repeat who God has blessed no Man Can curse because it is gonna turn everything around The Good The Bad and The Ugly for your good

Radio biafra 102.1 fm Give Biafra A Referendum – Sit At Home Order

Give Biafra A Referendum – Sit At Home Order

Sit at home

The Radio Biafra 102.1fm has just announced a sit at home order starting from 5th November to 10th with The headline give Biafra a referendum .

According to the reporter, failure to release Mazi Nnamdi KANU the IPOB leader before 4th of November 2021 , there shall be indefinite lockdown of all the biafran (south east ) land until the adjourned date which is 10th of November 2021 on the exception of Sundays.

Check out on the latest newsline The eNaira could mean embezzle Naira – Reno omokri trolls Buhari

“The E-naira is not a cryptocurrency” – Reno

The order has been just been signed by the leaders of the Indigineous People Of Biafra ( IPOB) group and sent out to the states.

The eNaira could mean embezzle Naira – Reno omokri trolls Buhari

Reno Omokri trolls Buhari over the launch of the eNaira digital currency he stated that the eNaira has no blockchain backbone , and no miners and was unnecessary ,

Further more he opposed that Nigerians do not need the eNaira as it was Unnecessary that what Nigeria needed was

  • Security
  • Jobs
  • Electricity
  • Roads
  • Schools etc

and so on he posted this on his social media handle

“If you asked buhari to explain what he launched, he won’t be able to say anything intelligent.

” how do you launch a digital currency with no blockchain, no Miners and no clear idea of what you want to achieve ?

Did you miss ? “The E-naira is not a cryptocurrency” – Reno

eNaira could as well mean Embezzle Naira, Nigerians do not need an unnecessary eNaira what they need is e-security, e-jobs, e-electricity, e-roads, e-schools and above they need an e-buhari. because the physical buhari is doing more harm than good so maybe an e-version of buhari would be better”

He posted this on almost all his social media handle imploying that President buhari has zero knowledge about digital currencies and the eNaira would be of little or no value to Nigeria and would have no effect on the economy

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Queen Elizabeth Cancels Trip To Northern Ireland

Queen Elizabeth Cancels Trip To Northern Ireland

Queen Elizabeth

BBC has just reported that Queen Elizabeth has pulled out of a global summit  due to medical and health reasons.

a report from Buckingham Palace says that the Queen had to cancel her trip to Ireland and accept medical advice to rest for the next few days though reluctantly.

these were the exact words of Buckingham Palace
  “95 years old Queen Elizabeth will remain in her castle , though she will attend the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow later this month,

the Queen held a virtual audience with the new governor-general of New Zealand some days ago, and later attended the races at Ascot .

She has really reluctantly accepted medical advice to rest for the next few days, though disappointed that she wouldn’t be going to Northern Ireland where she had been due, to undertake a series of engagements , she sent her warmest good wishes to the people of Northern Ireland and looking forward to visiting them soon.

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Reports made it clear that her case isn’t related Covid-19 neither is she seriously I’ll.

One official who is very familiar with the case has it that the Queen is due to arrive in Hillsborough in county down sooner, precisely on Wednesday afternoon.

And also after a church service markingthe centenary of the formation of Northern Ireland in Armagh by tomorrow,

sources had it that Queen Elizabeth is the Nation’s longest reigning monarch and had attended a series of events over the years.

       On Tuesday she will be hosting a global Investment summit at windsor castle, earlier today she was said to have held a video link with two audiences greeting the Japanese ambassador  Hajime Hayash and the EU ambassador Joao Da Almeida

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Casualties – Pipeline explosion In Rivers State

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