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BREAKING: 3 MORE COVID-19 PATIENTS DIE IN LAGOS

Three more patients have died from coronavirus-related complications in Lagos State.

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PRESIDENT BUHARI RECEIVES MADAGASCAR'S CORONAVIRUS HERBAL CURE

President Muhammadu Buhari, today, received the delivery of Nigeria's portion of the Madagascar coronavirus antidote.

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YOBE INDEX COVID-19 PATIENT DISCHARGED, SAYS TEST RESULTS WEREN'T SHOWN TO HIM

The index COVID-19 patient in YOBE has been discharged.

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RWANDA GENOCIDE: POLICE ARRESTS MOST WANTED SUSPECT HIDING IN FRANCE

Police have arrested Rwanda’s most wanted genocide suspect, Felicien Kabuga in France. Officials say Kabuga was one of the last key suspects responsible for the killing of around 800,000 people ...

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53 NIGERIAN RETURNEES FROM GHANA AND BENIN REPUBLIC ARRIVE LAGOS

Another batch of 53 Nigerian returnees from Ghana and Benin Republic arrived Seme Border in Lagos State today.

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FLEEING BOKO HARAM TERRORISTS ABANDONED 72 FAMILY MEMBERS

Seventy-two family members, which consists of 33 women and 39 children were said to have been abandoned by some Boko Haram and Islamic State of West African Province (ISWAP) fighters, who fled duri...

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#BOPDADDYCHALLENGE: NIGERIA IMMIGRATION SERVICE SUSPENDS TRANSFER OF FEMALE OFFICERS

The Nigeria Immigration Service has suspended the transfer of five of its female officers who participated in the social media competition called #bopdaddychallenge

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BREAKING: NIGERIA’S COVID-19 CASE RISES TO 5,445 AS NCDC CONFIRMS 288 MORE INFECTIONS

The number of coronavirus cases in Nigeria has increased from 5,162 to 5,445 as the Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC on Friday, May 15th, announced 288 new confirmed cases.

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NIGERIAN OFFICIALS SIGN LOAN DOCUMENTS WRITTEN IN CHINESE, LAWMAKER CLAIMS

Nigerian government officials are signing loan documents written in the Chinese language, Mr Ben Ibakpa, a member of the House of Representatives said.

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OGUN EXTENDS LOCKDOWN BY ONE WEEK, MAINTAINS RELAXATION DAYS

Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun has extended the lockdown in the State by one more week to further curb the spread of the Coronavirus Pandemic.

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ABDULRASAQ ATTRIBUTES INCREASE IN COVID-19 CASES TO THE INFLUX OF PEOPLE FROM LAGOS

The Kwara State Government has attributed the increase in COVID-19 cases in the State to the influx of people from Lagos and North Western states to Ilorin, the State capital despite the ban on int...

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DIEZIANI'S FORFEITED PROPERTY TO BE USED AS ISOLATION CENTRE

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), on Friday, May 15, handed over a three-storey residential building forfeited by former Minister for Petroleum, Diezani Allison-Madueke to Lagos ...

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CHURCHES, RELIGIOUS CENTRES CAN OPEN - EBONYI STATE GOVERNMENT

David Umahi, Governor of Ebonyi State has announced that religious centres in the State can be opened from May 15.

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FORMER PRESIDENT OLUSEGUN OBASANJO WOULD HAVE REBUKED NIGERIANS FOR DEMANDING A PRESIDENTIAL ADD...

Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo would have rebuked Nigerians for demanding a Presidential address, said Femi Adesina

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COVID-19: 35 INFECTED ALMAJIRI STUDENTS DISCHARGED FROM ISOLATION CENTRE IN KADUNA

35 Almajiri students infected by COVID-19 in Kaduna State has been discharged.

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CHINA AND THE US SHOULD COPERATE IN COMBATING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC – ZHAO LIJAN

China and the US are better off cooperating to end the pandemic for the sake of reviving the economy and rebooting industrial production, spokesman of the Chinese foreign ministry, Zhao Lijian said...

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PREMIER LEAGUE CLUBS SET TO BEGIN PLAYERS PERMANENT PAY CUT

Premier League clubs have warned players that it might be forced to introduce permanent pay cut if the season which is slated to begin by July is terminated.

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FRUIT SELLER TESTS POSITIVE TO COVID-19 IN DELTA

A 29-year-old lady has tested positive for coronavirus in Agbor, Ika South Local Government Area, Delta State.

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DO NOT ASK ME ABOUT CHINESE DOCTORS WHEREABOUTS – MINISTER OF HEALTH

Osagie Ehanire, Minister of Health, on Thursday, told journalists not to disturb his ministry over the whereabouts of Chinese medical team because they were not invited by the Federal Government, b...

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CORONAVIRUS COULD KILL 150,000 PEOPLE IN AFRICA - WHO

The novel coronavirus could kill 150,000 people in Africa in a year except urgent action is taken; according to a World Health Organisation (WHO) modeling study that says over 200 million people wi...

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ATIKU FAULTS FG BUDGET, PROPOUNDS SOLUTIONS

Atiku Abubakar, Former Vice President of Nigeria, has criticized the latest review of 2020 budget prepared by the Federal Government, describes it as evidence of lost touch with the current realiti...

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DUBAI RETURNEE DID NOT DIE OF COVID-19 – AKIN ABAYOMI

The 32-year-old Dubai returnee who was presumed to be the 34th COVID-19 related death in Lagos on Monday did not die from COVID-19, the Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi has a...

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BUILDING WITH 6 FLATS ON FIRE IN LAGOS

A six flats building has been gutted by fire at Mile 2, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos

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BAYELSA SETS TO DISTRIBUTE 10,000 FACE MASKS TO RESIDENTS

Bayelsa State Government has approved the distribution of 10,000 face masks to vulnerable residents across the state.

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WOMEN ARISE WRITES SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO LEAH SHARIBU WHO TURNS 17 IN CAPTIVITY

Leah Sharibu, a young girl alongside over 100 other school girls was kidnapped in a Girl’s school by Islamic extremists in the northern town of Dapchi, since February 2018.

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BREAKING: NIGERIA’S COVID-19 CASE RISES TO 5162 AS NCDC CONFIRMS 193 MORE INFECTIONS

The number of coronavirus cases in Nigeria has increased from 4,971 to 5,162 as the Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC on Thursday, May 14th, announced 193 new confirmed cases.

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BUHARI DELIGHTED OVER EMIR OF DAURA RECOVERY

President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed joy over the news of the Emir of Kano's recovery from COVID-19.

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COVID-19: NAMIBIA’S PRESIDENT ISSUE A 5-YEAR BAN ON BUYING CARS FOR POLITICIANS

Namibia’s President Hage Geingob has announced a 5-year ban on buying of cars for government officials to help save funds to fight against COVID-19.

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GANDUJE INAUGURATES FEMALE-ONLY ISOLATION CENTRE

Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje has inaugurated a female-only Daula Isolation Centre in Kano State.

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13 MORE COVID-19 PATIENTS DISCHARGED FROM THE ISOLATION CENTRES IN LAGOS

13 more covid-19 patients have been discharged from the isolation centres today after they tested negative twice to Coronavirus.

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CORONAVIRUS MAY NEVER GO AWAY - WHO

The World Health Organisation, (WHO) has warned that the Coronavirus disease, just like HIV may never go away.

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COURT SLAMS DSS N10M FINE FOR ILLEGALLY DETAINING TRADER WHO PURCHASED A SIM CARD PREVIOUSLY USED...

The Federal High Court in Asaba, Delta State, on Thursday, May 14 slammed the Department of State Service (DSS) for illegally detaining a trader, Mr Okolie, who legally purchased an MTN sim card

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BREAKING: KANO GOVERNMENT QUARANTINES 2000 ALMAJIRI KIDS

Kano State Government has quarantined 2000 almajiri kids to curb the spread of Coronavirus in the state.

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BREAKING: WORLD TRADE ORGANISATION DG ROBERTO AZEVEDO TO STEP DOWN IN AUGUST, EARLY AMID GLOBAL E...

World Trade Organisation Director-General Roberto Azevedo says he will step down in August, one year early amid the global economic crisis.

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20 MORE COVID-19 PATIENTS DISCHARGED FROM ISOLATION CENTRES IN EDO

20 more Covid-19 patients have been discharged from Isolation Centres in Edo.

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DELTA STATE GOVERNMENT BEGINS DISTRIBUTION OF FACE MASKS TO HOSPITALS

The Delta State Ministry of Health has commenced the distribution of face masks to health facilities across the State as part of measures to contain the spread of COVID-19 in the State.

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COVID-19 PATIENT DIES IN DELTA

Delta has recorded a new Coronavirus death.

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THE US HAS CARRIED OUT THE LARGEST CYBER THEFT IN THE WORLD -CHINA

Tensions between the US and China continues to deepen as the Asian country on Thursday accused the United States of carrying out the largest cyber theft in the world.

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LAGOS GIVES REASONS FOR LOCKDOWN RELAXATION SOCIAL MEDIA POLL

Lagos State Government has said the results of the polls it conducted on its social media platforms are not primary determinants of its decision to extend COVID-19 lockdown or not.

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BREAKING: OYO STATE COMMISSIONER DIES

Kehinde Ayoola, Oyo State Commissioner for Environment and Natural Resources is dead.

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BURUNDI DECLARES WHO OFFICIALS IN THE COUNTRY PERSONA NON GRATA

Burundi has declared the WHO team responsible for supporting the country in its response against COVID-19, persona non grata and ordered them to leave by Friday,

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GOVERNOR ZULUM SUSPENDS LOCKDOWN INDEFINETELY IN BORNO, ASKS MOSQUES, CHURCHES TO OPEN

The Borno State Government has suspended the lockdown in the State indefinitely, while also lifting the ban it placed on Friday and Sunday congregational prayers due to the Coronavirus Pandemic.

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DELTA RECORDS FIVE CASES OF COVID-19

Delta State has confirmed five positive cases of Coronavirus in the State.

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OGUN PDP CRISIS: ICE COMPELS BAYO DAYO TO STEP DOWN AS CHAIRMAN

The Ijebu Igbo Council of Elders ICE has compelled Engr. Bayo Dayo to step down as the Chairman of Ijebu-Igbo Council of Elders (ICE) for his involvement in "partisan politics and the on-going poli...

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COVID-19: KWARA STATE GOVERNOR SACKS DRIVER, SANCTIONS HEALTH WORKERS FOR MISHANDLING CASE (VIDEO)

AbdulRaham AbdulRazaq, Governor of Kwara State has ordered the sack of a Government driver for using COVID-19 ambulance to evacuate an unkempt person without PPE.

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BREAKING: NIGERIA’S COVID-19 CASE RISES TO 4971 AS NCDC CONFIRMS 184 MORE INFECTIONS

The number of coronavirus cases in Nigeria has increased from 4,787 to 4,971 as the Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC on wednesday, May 13th, announced 184 new confirmed cases.

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THE SOUTHERN KADUNA PEOPLES UNION RAISE ALARM ON THE CONTINUOUS KILLINGS BY FULANI MILITIA

The Southern Kaduna Peoples Union SOKAPU has raised alarm on the continuous destruction of lives and properties of the communities in Southern Kaduna by Fulani militia.

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KOGI PROCURES 5,000 COVID-19 TEST KITS

Kogi State Government has acquired 5,000 COVID-19 test kits and conducted over 100 tests, Dr Saka Audu Haruna, the Commissioner for Health said.

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FULANI MEN OF NIGER REPUBLIC ORIGIN ARRESTED IN GARRIKI, ENUGU (VIDEO)

The Taskforce officials of Enugu South Local Government Area have arrested some Fulani men from Niger Republic.

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RIVERS STATE GOVERNOR NYESOM WIKE POSTPONES THE COMPLETE LOCKDOWN ON SOME PARTS OF PORT HARCOURT

Governor Nyesom Wike has postponed the earlier scheduled total lockdown on Obio/Akpor and Port Harcourt City Local Government Areas to Sunday, May 17 2020.

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