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

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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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#COVID19: ILO Advocates Plugging Social Protection Gaps in Developing Countries to Prevent Future Crises

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The COVID-19 crisis has exposed devastating gaps in social protection coverage in developing countries, and recovery will only be sustained and future crises prevented if they can transform their ad hoc crisis response measures into comprehensive social protection systems, according to new analysis from the International Labour Organization (ILO). Two briefing papers released by the ILO warn that the current ...

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COVID-19 Testing Capacity: This Detailed Open Letter to DG NCDC Could Leave You Weeping

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…Challenges NCDC on Testing Capacity as There Could Be Shocking “Dark Figures” on COVID-19 Infection The Street Reporters Newspaper presents a strongly worded and data-laden open letter from the International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law (Intersociety) to the Director General, Nigeria Center for Disease Control, Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu on the COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria and need for ...

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Buhari Govt Accused of Distributing Rotten Rice As Palliatives to South West

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Controversies have continued to trail President Muhammadu Buhari administration’s distribution of COVID-19 lockdown palliatives as items sent to all states in the South West of Nigeria were said to have included rotten rice. Osun, Ogun, Ekiti, Ondo, Oyo states, The Street Reporters Newspaper learnt, were set to return to rotten rice to the Federal Government while Lagos State Government, reports ...

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Intersociety Writes Army, Police Authorities Over COVID-19 Corruption

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International Society for Civil Liberties & Rule of Law (Intersociety), has written a strongly worded letter to the Nigerian Army and Police authorities demanding immediate investigation into an alleged shocking and startling revelations concerning the criminal activities of stationed or drafted soldiers and policemen who openly and shamelessly undermined the Government efforts at controlling the spread of COVID-19 by engaging ...

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EXPLICIT! NCDC Publishes 4-Page Advisory on Use of Masks for Nigerians without Respiratory Symptoms

EXPLICIT! NCDC Publishes 4-Page Advisory on Use of Masks for Nigerians without Respiratory Symptoms 1

The National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has published a 4-page advisory on the right use of masks for Nigerians without respiratory symptoms associated with Coronavirus disease. The right use of masks has been a major area of misconception, even among the elites in the society. The Street Reporters Newspaper present the advisory on the use of masks: Background Since ...

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Covid19: Gombe to Introduce More Stringent Measures After Recording 5 Index Case

Covid19 Gombe to Introduce More Stringent measures

…Governor Yahaya Moves to Prevent Community Transmission, Enforce Compliance in Gombe Governor Muhammadu Inuwa Yahaya of Gombe State has announced the confirmation of five index cases of Coronavirus in the state, introducing more stringent measures to curb spread of the disease. The Governor gave the confirmation while addressing members of the press shortly before a meeting with the state traditional ...

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Shut South East Borders Now – SERG Urges Eastern Governors

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….Beyond Borders Closure, SERG Wants Regional #COVID19 Intervention Fun Established In view of the increasing number of confirmed cases of #COVID19 in the country, the five governors of the South East of Nigeria have been advised to take more drastic steps to safeguard the region by closing all their state borders. Worried by the plight of ordinary citizens in the ...

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Killing of 21 Nigerians: Nigerian Security Forces High Commands, National Rights Commission Shedding Crocodile Tears – Intersociety

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The International Society for Civil Liberties & Rule of Law (Intersociety) has said the Nigerian Security Forces High Commands and the National Rights Commission are shedding crocodile tears concerning the reported extra-judicial killing or killing outside the law of 21 defenseless citizens across the country. This they said in a statement issued on Friday and signed by its four principal ...

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