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Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by ariesbull: 7:14am On Apr 17
The Senate website http://www.senate.gov.ng is suspended by its host, a USA based company, BlueHOSTS.

Could be one of two things.
1. Unpaid bills, which cannot (actually) be more than $2,400
2. Violation of the hosts Terms of Service (ToS)

They know they must host with Galaxy Backbone, setup by Government for handling its Communications needs, has all its infrastructure in Nigeria and is sufficiently competent to meet and exceed the needs of the Senate, but a party divided against itself will obviously fall.

Where all over the world, nations are reacting to GDPR and protecting its citizens and their privacy, a Government is hosting its sovereign information overseas, cannot pay its bill which may be lower than my estimate by the way, but over-inflated because of graft.

Can you see the capital flight and the inefficiency? The lawmaking body has demonstrated that they don’t have trust in local hosting firm thereby jettisoning and dumping buy Nigeria to grow the Naira policy of Buhari.

Later some officials will come to ask you … “What do you know about websites?” and the need to continue with your ignorance in 2019!https://etimes.com.ng/nigeria-senate-website-its-shutdown-implications-for-the-country/

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by LibertyRep: 7:18am On Apr 17
Yet these people will be championing 'Buy Naija Grow Naija'

Thieving hypocrites.

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by HsLBroker(m): 7:19am On Apr 17
ariesbull:
The Senate website http://www.senate.gov.ng is suspended by its host, a USA based company, BlueHOSTS.

Could be one of two things.
1. Unpaid bills, which cannot (actually) be more than $2,400
2. Violation of the hosts Terms of Service (ToS)

They know they must host with Galaxy Backbone, setup by Government for handling its Communications needs, has all its infrastructure in Nigeria and is sufficiently competent to meet and exceed the needs of the Senate, but a party divided against itself will obviously fall.

Where all over the world, nations are reacting to GDPR and protecting its citizens and their privacy, a Government is hosting its sovereign information overseas, cannot pay its bill which may be lower than my estimate by the way, but over-inflated because of graft.

Can you see the capital flight and the inefficiency? The lawmaking body has demonstrated that they don’t have trust in local hosting firm thereby jettisoning and dumping buy Nigeria to grow the Naira policy of Buhari.

Later some officials will come to ask you … “What do you know about websites?” and the need to continue with your ignorance in 2019!https://etimes.com.ng/nigeria-senate-website-its-shutdown-implications-for-the-country/

Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by Onechancearmy(m): 7:30am On Apr 17
And yet our National Assembly and SINATORS budget 150 Billion Naira for themselves every year and included in this "budget" is money for overhead costs such as maintaining office complexes, library and keeping a functional website.

National Assembly with less than 500 members (in both Senate and House of Reps) has a bigger budget than some states and yet the moronic APC led by the even more moronic DULLAR-DINHO don't want to hear of anything like restructuring.

This country's stupidity has even passed the level of shithole. Someone should think of a more fitting terminology.

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by motherfucker: 7:31am On Apr 17
ariesbull:
The Senate website http://www.senate.gov.ng is suspended by its host, a USA based company, BlueHOSTS.

Could be one of two things.
1. Unpaid bills, which cannot (actually) be more than $2,400
2. Violation of the hosts Terms of Service (ToS)

They know they must host with Galaxy Backbone, setup by Government for handling its Communications needs, has all its infrastructure in Nigeria and is sufficiently competent to meet and exceed the needs of the Senate, but a party divided against itself will obviously fall.

Where all over the world, nations are reacting to GDPR and protecting its citizens and their privacy, a Government is hosting its sovereign information overseas, cannot pay its bill which may be lower than my estimate by the way, but over-inflated because of graft.

Can you see the capital flight and the inefficiency? The lawmaking body has demonstrated that they don’t have trust in local hosting firm thereby jettisoning and dumping buy Nigeria to grow the Naira policy of Buhari.

Later some officials will come to ask you … “What do you know about websites?” and the need to continue with your ignorance in 2019!https://etimes.com.ng/nigeria-senate-website-its-shutdown-implications-for-the-country/

lol... Dem never pay dues to web developer. Mschwwww

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by obaataaokpaewu: 7:31am On Apr 17
Before we conclude that they have jettisoned Buhari's buy Nigeria and grow the naira policy, can you please investigate and find out the hosts of the presidential website?

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by Sarang(f): 7:31am On Apr 17
Eziokwu I tire for Naija at times cheesy cheesy
Exactly what can we do? Ordinary website.. chai


Please check my signature
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by deepwater(f): 7:32am On Apr 17
Can't get even the basics right

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by ifyalways(f): 7:33am On Apr 17
The joke is on them.

Buy Naija to shyte Naira. cheesy The change is here

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by BabyApple(m): 7:33am On Apr 17
its fake
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by Lucid1(m): 7:33am On Apr 17
grin

ifyalways:
The joke is on them.

Buy Naija to shyte Naira. cheesy The change is here
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by myboy2111: 7:33am On Apr 17
They could not pay for hosting and domain renewal
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by frankman365(m): 7:33am On Apr 17
Wait for their explanation b4 concluding. even if you host it by yourself, you are not safe from western intruders
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by omoadeleye(m): 7:34am On Apr 17
their father
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by ebuk4real: 7:34am On Apr 17
grin

Shame...If they can't maintain the site of the institution that provides them the platform to criminally steal us dry, how dare we think they can keenly protect & ensure Nigeria is better for us all?

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by ebuk4real: 7:34am On Apr 17
grin

Shame...If they can't maintain the site of the institution that provides them the platform to criminally steal us drive, how dare we think they will keenly protect & ensure Nigeria is better for us all?

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by IgbosAreOsus: 7:35am On Apr 17
Bloody morọns

Woe betide Saraki

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by ariesbull: 7:35am On Apr 17
BabyApple:
its fake

What is fake ..you sentimental person ?
.gov.ng is reserved for government of Nigeria and nobody can use it

Be reasonable here

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by inoki247: 7:35am On Apr 17
abi dem one request for loan from world bamk to pay for the domain contact el rufaii e go epp una
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by Mrnoniz(m): 7:36am On Apr 17
When you have Analog Leaders, cry what do you expect

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by Adeolajude: 7:36am On Apr 17
group of goats.. thieving yam.

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by wwwtortoise(m): 7:37am On Apr 17
grin

Buhari: I will run for 2019 election

Me: I will run before 2019 election
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by Youngstar76(m): 7:37am On Apr 17
It's a shame.

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by donnie(m): 7:38am On Apr 17
20,000,000 naira to renew grin

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by Mathsgist(m): 7:38am On Apr 17
tongue

I am not surprised at all. It's the corruption of the Senate that suspended the site. The host doesn't want the corruption to corrupt the site.
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by IMASTEX: 7:40am On Apr 17
Like it been serving any purpose to the people in the first place
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by donestk(m): 7:41am On Apr 17
They don't care
Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by Pengician(m): 7:41am On Apr 17
Thanks
For
Bringing
This
Up!

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by King4Roller: 7:42am On Apr 17
They didnt use the hosting companies in Nigeria. It says alot about the #MadeInNigeria campaign embarked upon by this government.

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Re: Senate Website, It’s Shutdown & Implications For The Country by dermmy: 7:42am On Apr 17
Dem don embezzle money wey dem dey use maintain website again? Lol

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