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LG washing machine: Enhance your laundry experience inside out — Rita Dominic



LG Electronics, a global leader in innovative home appliances, is revolutionising the laundry experience with its cutting-edge washing machines. With a commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction, LG’s latest washing machines are designed to enhance your laundry experience from the inside out.

With school and extracurricular activities back in session and holidays just around the corner, staying on top of the at-home to-do list may have you wishing for extra hours in the day.

As the pace of life accelerates, appliance makers such as LG Electronics (LG) are incorporating smart technology into their products to help you keep pace with household tasks—from cooking to vacuuming to doing laundry—as they pile up.

One feature spearheading this innovation is the addition of artificial intelligence Direct Drive Motor (AIDD) to front load washing machines. We at LG strive to build innovative solutions to revolutionize daily chores like washing clothes. Our diverse washing machine range becomes even better with AI Direct Drive Washing Machines.

“The new AI Direct Drive Motor technology we have at LG uses artificial intelligence and advanced fabric care to deliver unrivaled performance, speed, and convenience,” said Nollywood actress and LG home appliances brand ambassador, Rita Dominic. “It can be termed the most advanced innovation in the industry that provides optimal results.”

Users purchase a washer based on a variety of factors such as automatic washing machine price and features. However, there are some essential washing machine features that can truly affect a buyer’s purchase decision, like AI Direct Drive (AI DD) technology.

AI Direct Drive (AI DD) intelligent technology makes washing easy. LG’s Smart Washing Machines with AI DD can automatically determine the best settings based on the weight and softness of your fabric for an optimal wash. The AI DD technology has matured over 20 years of advancements, observations, and experiments by LG to deliver effective and efficient washing.

“Experimenting with different cycle settings can also save time and household energy in the long run,” continued Rita, “That’s huge! My machine also offers a Quick Wash function, so if I have something I need cleaned really fast, it’s a 39-minute cycle that gets the job done in next to no time.

“My washing machine boasts a suite of features that make doing the laundry a cinch. Its headliner here is the eponymous AI DD (Artificial Intelligence Direct Drive), which doesn’t just measure a laundry load’s weight but also the fabrics’ softness. Based on LG’s accumulated data, the wash cycle is then adjusted for each load to better protect its fabrics and extend their longevity,” she said.

Various other features complement this. TurboWash360°, for instance, uses four directional 3D multi-nozzles to reach every part of the laundry for a thorough wash that’s also faster. Steam+, on the other hand, comprises an integrated steamer that enhances hygiene by killing off dust mites while also relaxing fabrics to make them less wrinkled and easier to iron.

“We are more likely to do something if it is easy and repeatable, so we don’t have to use up a ton of mental energy to get the job done,” said General Manager, Home Appliances Division, LG Electronics West African Operations, Brian Kang.

“I find that having the right products and tools makes doing laundry every week a lot easier.”

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Minister canvasses support for national digital economy, e-governance bill



The Minister of Communications and Digital Economy, Dr Bosun Tijani, on Tuesday, canvassed support for the National Digital Economy and e-Governance Bill.

He said when the Bill was passed into law, it would provide legal framework and accelerate progress in the digital economy agenda.

Speaking at a media engagement on the bill in Abuja, the minister said that Nigeria’s digital economy had been projected to generate N18.3 billion by 2026, which had the capacity to revolutionise the economy of the nation.

According to him, Nigeria has unicorn companies like Flutterwave, Jumia, Andela and Interswitch which have demonstrated that digital economy is strong and can lift the country to where it should be.

“Technology is providing jobs for our young ones because presently, there is job deficit in the tech ecosystem which we need to put measures in place to take hold of the sector.

“This bill will accelerate the progress in our digital economy because there is no clear legislation in that space.

“We believe that the bill will support the growth and transformation of Nigeria’s economy through the application and the use of this technology in all facets of life in Nigeria.

“This bill will create the enabling environment for fair competition, promote innovation, growth and competitiveness for Nigerian economy,” Tijani said.

According to him, when the bill is passed into law, it will be implemented in all the six geopolitical zones of the country.

Malam Kashifu Inuwa, the Director-General, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), said the bill would enhance the use of digital economy in the entire country, both in government and the private sector.

Inuwa, who was represented at the occasion by the Director, Standards, Guidelines and Frameworks Department, Mr Emmanuel Edet, urged Nigerians to embrace digital technology as an enabler.

The D-G added that the ecosystem was growing, hence the need to harness its potential to drive economic desires with the country’s youthful population and digital skills.

“The bill tries to ensure that digital capabilities are accommodated in our everyday lives and experiences,” he said.

He mentioned that the bill was structured in 16 parts with over 60 sections and would address validity of electronic, digital transactions, digital contracts, signatures and time stamps.

“The bill will address topics like consumer protection for digital transactions, use of technology such as Artificial Intelligence, blockchains for public services, among others.”

According to him, people should not feel scared of losing their jobs to technology because people are likewise gaining jobs with the integration of technology.

He said: “technology offers opportunities, it is unique and people should find their niche and build on it.”

“Part of other objectives of the bill is to mandate, promote and enable the digital transformation of public institutions and government processes for efficient and effective service delivery.

“The bill also seeks to create a basis and process for secure, reliable and confidential data exchange for reusability and innovation, provide a framework for the systematic development of digital literacy to support citizens for improved life, among other objectives,” he stressed.

Senate Committee Chairman on ICT and Cybercrimes, Sen. Shuaib Salisu and Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Digital and Information Communication Technology, Rep. Stanley Adedeji, pledged lawmakers’ commitment towards the adoption and implementation of the bill.

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Ekiti Governor eulogises Adenuga, Glo



Governor Abiodun Oyebanji of Ekiti State has paid glowing tributes to the Chairman of Globacom, Dr. Mike Adenuga, Jr. for his outstanding contributions to the development of Nigeria and the economy in general.

Speaking in his office in Ado Ekiti when he received the Public Sector team from Globacom on Monday, the Governor also commended him for Globacom’s positive impact in the telecommunication industry, describing the company as the leader in the telecommunications sector in Nigeria.

“Globacom is our own and a good ambassador of this country as far as telecommunications services are concerned,” said Governor Oyebanji who also added that the Ekiti State Government would be delighted to do business with the company.

He promised that the state would be ready to partner with Globacom, especially in the areas of building a digital economy, fibre connectivity services to take the state to greater heights and in youth empowerment.

Speaking at the event, the leader of the Glo team, Mr. Adeniyi Odejobi, said that Glo pioneered revolutionary changes in the telecommunications industry for the benefit and empowerment of Nigerians in the last two decades.

He explained that the company was the largest integrated telecommunications service provider in Nigeria, servicing enterprises, large corporates, public sector organisations, SMEs and millions of individuals all over Nigeria as well as a total digital solutions

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Enugu: Galaxy Backbone to deliver internet connectivity across 265 schools, data centre services



Galaxy Back bone Limited is set to deliver Internet connectivity across 265 schools and provide data centre services in Enugu.

This was disclosed during a visit by the Galaxy Backbone Limited team led by Hon. Olusegun Olulade, Executive Director, Customer Centricity and Marketing to the Enugu state Governor, Peter Mbah at the Governor’s Office in Lion Building, Enugu.

In his remarks, Governor Peter Mbah expressed his gratitude and optimism regarding the partnership, stating, “It was indeed my pleasure to meet you and your team this evening at my office. Thank you most sincerely for your kind words and expression of support. I look forward to collaborating with Galaxy Backbone in areas that are necessary to achieve our common goals.”

The meeting was attended by key officials from both the Enugu State Government and Galaxy Backbone Limited. Present from the state government were: Secretary to the State Government (SSG) Prof. Chidiebere Onyia; Special Adviser on Governor’s Delivery Unit, Mr. Ozurumba Afigbo; and Special Adviser on ICT Mr. Nnaemeka Ani.

Representing Galaxy Backbone were: Acting Regional Coordinator for South East and South South, Mr. Henry Akubue; Head of Solution Design, Engr Udochi Ododo; and Admin for South East and South South, Mr. Obinna Ifenze.

Hon. Segun Olulade commended Governor Peter Mbah for his hospitality and the productive discussions that promise to drive significant advancements in the state’s ICT landscape.

Galaxy Backbone Limited, a premier ICT services provider in Nigeria, aims to foster connectivity and digital transformation across various sectors within the state.

The collaboration encompasses several critical areas, including the provision of connectivity in all 265 Smart Schools across 260 wards, 160 primary health centres, the Enugu State Secretariat, and the Lion Building.

Additionally, Galaxy Backbone will offer data centre and cloud services, alongside other ICT-related services as required by the state government.

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