NCDC ANNOUNCES 5 NEW CORONAVIRUS CASES TAKING THE TOTAL TO 214

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has reported five new cases of coronavirus in the country, taking the total number of infections to 214. According to NCDC, “Five new cases of #COVID19 have been reported in Nigeria: three in Bauchi and two in the FCT, Abuja. As at 10:10 pm 4th April, there are 214 confirmed cases of #COVID19 reported in Nigeria. Twenty-Five have been discharged with four deaths”

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BAUCHI GOVERNOR OFF CORONAVIRUS HOOK, TESTS NEGATIVE

The Bauchi State governor, Bala Mohammed, has tested negative for Coronavirus, two weeks after testing positive for the virus. Recall that the governor had disclosed that he had Governor of Bauchi State, gone on self-isolation following contact with the son of Atiku Abubakar. Two close contacts of the governor had also been tested positive for the virus. A credible source at the state government house told DAILY NIGERIAN that the governor has substantially recovered from the sickness, adding that the governor would be discharged from the Isolation facility at the…

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SEE NIGERIA’S HIGHEST PAYING JOBS, &WHAT THE PAY LOOKS LIKE

Despite the debate about the continued relevance of oil and the turbulence in the global oil and gas industry, upstream oil and gas remains the highest paying industry in Nigeria In this article, we present the top 7 highest paying oil and gas companies in Nigeria based on our research: TOTAL: Total Upstream (Total Exploration & Production) is the highest paying oil and gas company in Nigeria. An entry level graduate earns more than N25,000,000 per annum as gross pay. CHEVRON: The American oil company pays more than N22,000,000 per…

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WE WON’T TAKE ONDO INDEX CORONAVIRUS PATIENT TO LAGOS SAYS AKEREDOLU

Osagie Otabor, Akure Ondo Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, has ruled out taking the COVID-19 patient in the state to Lagos for treatment. Governor Akeredolu said the state has the capacity to treat the patient, who is a military officer that just returned from India. Akeredolu, who spoke in Akure at a world press conference, said contact tracing for the patient has begun. He stated that the contact tracing has been confined to the military barrack as the patient was in self isolation since he returned from India. The Ondo Governor said…

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I HAVE NO REGRET KILLING MY MOTHER IN-LAW SAYS SUSPECT, SEE PICS

Linus OOTA, Lafia   The entire Abena community in Doma Local Government Area, Nasarawa State, is in mourning mood since a housewife, Rosemary Osegba Chem, hacked her mother-in-law, Mrs Ashi Chem, to death over the latter’s alleged undue interference in the former’s marriage. Sensing that her marriage to Mr Abaagu Chem was on the verge of collapse on account of her mother-in-law’s undue influence, Rosemary decided that the only way to save her marriage was to kill her mother-in-law. Rosemary had got married to Chem, a farmer and petty trader,…

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MAN WHO LURES YOUNG BOYS INTO SODOMY THROUGH VIDEOS ARRESTED IN NIGER

Justina Asishana, Minna A 30-year-old tailor, Ahmed Shelle is currently cooling his heels at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of the Niger State Police Command for sodomizing two underage boys in his shop. Ahmed was caught in the act by some curious neighbours, who had been suspecting his activities, and took a peek into the half-closed doors of his shop located around Angwan Daji area in Minna, Niger State. According to the neighbours, his trousers were down while the boys were naked and he was already in the act with…

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BBNAIJA’S KHAFI KAREEM AND GEDONI EKPATA CALL OFF THEIR WEDDING OVER CORONAVIRUS

BBNaija star, Khafi Kareem reveals she cancelled her wedding over COVID-19. She was supposed to get married to Gedoni Ekpata today but they cancelled it because of coronavirus lockdown. Khafi revealed this via her Instagram page. She wrote “A lot of people don’t know this but I was supposed to be getting married today…” She also spoke extensively on it via a video she uploaded on YouTube. Watch below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbUbHcwSsYM (Quote) (Report) 3 Likes (Like) 1 Share (Share)

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APC GUBER ASPIRANT, CHRIS OGIEWMONYI RALLIES EDO PEOPLE IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CORONAVIRUS, SHARES SANITISERS

It’s not all politics for Edo GUBER hopeful, Chris Ogiewmonyi. In a drive towards ensuring governments’ efforts in tackling the spread of the deadly Coronavirus in Edo State, Engr. Chris Ogiewmonyi, a  front-running governorship aspirant in collaboration with a Non governmental Organization, Daisy Heart Initiative, has launched an awareness campaign to keep the people of the state abreast with information regarding the virus. Tagged “EDO Together,” the awareness campaign would be basically on how to educate the people of the state across all the 18 local government areas of the…

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FG REQUESTS NASS APPROVAL FOR 500BIL CORONAVIRUS INTERVENTION FUND DESPITE NOT RELEASING BILLIONS CONTRIBUTED BY PRIVATE SECTOR

The Federal Government through the Ministry of Finance on Saturday reached out to the National Assembly to intimate it with an Executive Proposal to establish a N500 billion COVID-19 Crisis Intervention Fund. This is despite the fact that the Government has failed to make available the intervention fund contributed by private sector running into billions both to its agencies controlling the spread of the virus as well as agencies ameliorating  Coviv-19 effects on the citizens. The Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mrs Zainab Ahmed, led the Federal Government’s…

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UBTH DOCTORS JITTERY AFTER CORONAVIRUS PATIENTS TESTED NEGATIVE AND LATER POSITIVE

University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH): Doctors jittery about contracting coronavirus By Jethro Ibileke/Benin Doctors and nurses at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital (UBTH), are worried that they may have been exposed to coronavirus. Their jitters arose after two patients earlier declared negative tested positive. The leadership of the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors (NARD), in a post on WhatsApp expressed concern over the safety of its members who had contact with the patients. The doctors said one of the patients, who was handled without precautions, died. Further tests…

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