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BREAKING: Two New COVID19 Cases Test Negative in Enugu

Enugu State covid-19 pandemic free plus positive case

Two more COVID-19 confirmed cases in Enugu State have test negative as the state records one positive case with travel history, in violation of inter-state transportation ban The Enugu State Ministry of Health announced in a statement on Wednesday morning that 2 more active COVID-19 cases undergoing treatment in Enugu State have tested negative and are being assessed for discharge ...

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CSOs To Obaseki: Your Judicial Commission of Inquiry Lacks Merit

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Coalition of Organisations for Good Governance and Internal Democracy has dismissed report of a judicial commission of inquiry set up by Edo governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki saying, “it lacks merit, because the Governor had his biological brother in the panel”. The Coalition said Governor Obaseki’s desperation to indict his benefactor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole through “the commission of inquiry is ultra ...

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WHO Director General Agrees With TB Joshua’s Prophecy, Says Coronavirus Outbreak Is Teaching The World Humility

Chinese residents confirm TB Joshua's prophecy and present economic crisis

The Director General of the World Health Organisation, Dr Tedros Ghebreysus, has declared the coronavirus outbreak is “time for humility”, echoing the 2020 prophecy of Nigerian cleric TB Joshua. On Monday 18th May 2020, Ghebreyesus, whilst addressing world leaders who had gathered for the first virtual session of the World Health Assembly amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, announced, “If this virus ...

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Community Leaders Protest Against Suspension of 5 Kingmakers in Ekiti

Mr Paul Omotosho (Gboyin Local Government Chairman) and Prince Olatunji Olatunde

The residents of Imesi-Ekiti, Gboyin Local Government community in Ekiti State of South West Nigeria has dragged the leaders of All Progressive Congress (APC), in the mud over alleged imposition of Kingmakers after declaring the stool vacant by the executives. The residents during a protest withdrew their support for the Olatunji family after being imposed on the Imesi-Ekiti residents. According ...

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Intersociety in A Letter Accuses NCDC of Encouraging Censored, Mutilated Opinions And Guesswork Reports On Harvest Of Infections & Deaths

Confronting rising cases of Covid19 in Nigeria NCDC

The Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & Rule of Law (Intersociety) has, in a letter accused the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) of not taking charge. It noted that the country’s citizens and the international watchers would want to be expertly told what caused certain infections and deaths classified as “strange” since the centre’s mandate goes beyond the current ...

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Special Report: 620 Christians Hacked To Death By Nigerian Jihadists In 4 Months And 15 Days of 2020 – Intersociety

Muhammadu Buhari Nigeria's President Nigerians independence anniversary speech

…Fulani Jihadists killed 470 in 4 months and half & 140 in 45 days … Boko Haram killed 150 since Jan …. Ansaru rejoins the killing fields ….32, 000 Christians hacked to death since 2009 By Intersociety Nigeria’s main Islamic Jihadists: Militant Fulani Herdsmen and Boko Haram/ISWAP have intensified their anti Christian violence in the old Middle Belt and Northeast ...

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Police Operatives Nab Armed Robbery Suspects

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Police operatives have arrested two armed robbery suspects and recovered a locally made pistol, tools for house breaking and other incriminating items, including cash. The suspects were arrested in the early hours of Thursday at about 5:23am, The Spokesman of the Anambra State Police Command, SP Haruna Mohammed on behalf of the Commissioner of Police Anambra State Command, said in ...

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Rivers Govt Converts Demolished Hotel Site to School

Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State

The Rivers State Government Wednesday announced the death of a member of its Taskforce on COVID-19 attacked by hoodlums at the demolished Prodest Hotel in Port Harcourt, the state capital. The state Commissioner for Information and Communications, Paulinus Nsirim, who though did not mention the name of the victim, said he died from injuries he sustained during the incident. Nsirim, ...

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Nigeria’s Confirmed Cases of COVID19 Nearing 5000 with 146 New Cases

NCDC Number of New cases 146

Nigeria’s total confirmed cases of #COVID19  fast nearing 5000 with number of discharged patient at 959 cases. This followed the confirmation of 146 new cases across the country. The details as released by the Nigera Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in a tweet is as follows: 146 new cases of #COVID19; 57-Lagos 27-Kano 10-Kwara 9-Edo 8-Bauchi 7-Yobe 4-Kebbi 4-Oyo 3-Katsina ...

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