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Access bank customers unable to withdraw cash with their ATM cards for over 3 days.

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Many customers bearing Access bank ATM cards have been left frustrated as they could not access their bank accounts through ATM machine.

In Lugbe, a suburb in the FCT , many customers were visibly angry that the bank has not been able to fix a problem they claimed to have lingered for more than 3 days .

A male customer whose wife is hospitalized said he has been trying to withdraw money from the ATM to pay for his wife’s medical bills but without success.

He said he has tried all the ATM points in Lugbe but to no avail and his attempt to use POS for the transaction was equally unsuccessful. He is now desperate and looking for someone to lend him money.

Another customer, a female who came with her customer to fidelity bank’s ATM, along Tudun Wada, Lugbe to pay for some goods she had purchased said she did not go to the bank because she thought the problem should have been fixed by now, having tried the previous day without success.

Many others complained bitterly as they all seemed to have urgent and immediate needs for money.

One mason named Sunday, on Friday evening came with some of his labourers to an ATM spot behind Total filling station, FHA Lugbe to make withdrawal and settle his labourers but could not complete the transaction.

Unfortunately for him, it is the only account in which he has enough cash to pay the labourers. They were almost coming to blows before people intervened to plead with the labourers to accept what he was able to withdraw from his other bank account.

They now seem frustrated and stranded as efforts to effect cash transfer via the bank’s mobile App has been equally futile, they said.

They are now calling on the bank to immediately fix whatever the problem might be as soon as possible so that they can carry on with their lives.


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Oregon dog’s 12-inch ears earn Guinness World Record

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Lou, a 3-year-old canine belonging to Paige Olsen, officially has the longest ears on a dog (living).
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An Oregon woman’s black and tan coonhound earned a Guinness World Record when each of her ears was measured at 12.38 inches long.

Guinness said Lou, a 3-year-old canine belonging to Paige Olsen, officially has the longest ears on a dog (living).

Olsen said she always knew Lou’s ears were “extravagantly long,” but she only decided to measure them while sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“All black and tan coonhounds have beautiful long ears, some are just longer than others,” Olsen, a veterinary technician, told Guinness.

Olsen said Lou’s especially long ears have not led to any medical complications for the canine.

“Of course everyone wants to touch the ears, they’re very easy to fall in love with with just one sighting,” she said.

Olsen said Lou is also a competitor at dog shows and has earned titles from the American Kennel Club and Rally Obedience.

Source: (UPI)


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Breaking: Ganduje appoints new Emir of Gaya

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Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of Kano State has in the early hours of Sunday appointed Alhaji Aliyu Ibrahim-Gaya as the new emir of Gaya.

Ibrahim-Gaya succeeded his late father, Alhaji Ibrahim Abdulkadir who died at the age of 91 years after protracted illness.

The Secretary to the State Government, Alhaji Usman Alhaji announced the appointment on behalf of the Governor.

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Tanks head for Kosovo-Serb border as Balkans tensions grow

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A Kosovo security unit trooper guards the border with Serbia as the Balkan nations trade accusations.
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Kosovo’s Prime Minister Albin Kurti has accused neighbouring Serbia of “provoking a serious international conflict”, with tensions between the two countries at their highest for years.

In the latest flashpoint, two interior ministry offices in northern Kosovo were on Saturday attacked near border crossings blocked by local Serbs angered by a ban on cars with Serbian licence plates entering the country.

The car registration office in the town of Zubin Potok was set ablaze, and two hand grenades were thrown at the civil registration office in the nearby town of Zvecan, though they did not go off, police said.

There was no mention of any casualties.

Serbs from Kosovo’s north have blocked two main roads near the border since the government ban went into force on Monday.

Drivers from Serbia must now use temporary printed registration details that are valid for 60 days.

The Kosovo government says its move mirrors measures in force in Serbia against drivers from Kosovo since 2008, when Kosovo declared independence from their neighbour.

Serb fighter planes flew close to the border crossing of Jarinje where protesters cheered them. A day before, three helicopters also flew in the vicinity.

Media in Belgrade reported that tanks and other military equipment were heading towards the border, but the Serb army did not give any details.

NATO’s mission in Kosovo, where peacekeepers maintain a fragile peace, called for restraint.

Source: (NewDaily)


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