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Pandemonium As Bandits Rob Houses And Loot Shops In Lagos

There have been numerous reports of unrests in several Lagos communities following rising cases of robb​​ery attacks during the COVID-19 lockdown. The affected neighbourhoods are reportedly Ajao Estate, Abule Egba, Iju, Agege, Alimosho and Alagbado. It was learnt that residents of the affected communities have since formed vigilance groups to contain the rampaging robbers. The…

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Just In: Lagos State Announces The Death Of Another COVID-19 Patient

The  Commissioner for Health in Lagos State, Professor Akin Abayomi has just announced the death of another COVID-19 case. Abayomi, who made this known via his Twitter handle today April 11, stated that the patient died in a private hospital bringing to the number of COVID-19 related deaths to 4 in the state. With 166 confirmed cases,…

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Gbajabiamila Confronts Chinese Ambassador Over The Maltreatment Of Nigerians In China

Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila has expressed his displeasure and demanded an end to the inhumane treatment of some Nigerians living in China. He said this when the leadership of the House met with the Chinese Ambassador to Nigeria, Zhou Pingjian on Friday. Gbajabiamila asked the Chinese envoy to look into viral…

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COVID-19: Osinbajo Meets President Buhari, Discusses Offering Nigerians Welfare Packages

The Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo on Friday met with President Muhammadu Buhari and the COVID-19 task force to consider more economic stimulus measures towards cushioning the effect of the coronavirus pandemic on the poor and the vulnerable in the country. Prof. Osinbajo disclosed this while speaking to the National Television Authority, NTA, after meeting with President Buhari…

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Confirmed Coronavirus Cases Reaches 1.6 Million With Over 100,000 Deaths

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases  around the world is now more than 1.6million, according to the Johns Hopkins University tracker. The worst affected country remains Italy, with 18,849 deaths so far, according to the tally kept by the US-based university. The US is now the second worst-affected country, with 17,925 deaths. Spain is third, with 15,970 deaths. The tracking platform also revealed…

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#OgunUnrest: Residents In Despair As Robbers Attack Communities On Lockdown

Severa lOgun state communities and provinces are currently faced with fear following the rising cases of robbery attacks amid the Coronavirus lockdown. According to affected residents who took to social media to clamor with an #OgunUnrest campaign, the neighborhoods affected range from Ayede, Ilepa, Ijoko, Ifo, Ibogun, Itori, Gudugba and Ayepe to Agbado in Ifo…

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OB Cuisine: Enjoy Easter In Self-Isolation With This Jamaican Easter Spice Bun

We’re not going to let something like Coronavirus stop us from enjoying Easter celebrations and luckily, food blogger, Immaculate Bites is sharing her Jamaican Easter Spicy recipe. Immaculate says “Gosh! I miss those days… I always do have a fondness for spicy bread — this Jamaican Spice Bun is no exception. The good thing is it’s eaten year round.…

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UK’s Boris Johnson Waves Health Care Workers While Being Wheeled Out Of Intensive Care

British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson has been moved out of intensive care and he was captured waving to nurses and doctors at NHS as a gesture of thanks. Downing Street confirmed this today, The Guardian reports. The statement is a rare glimpse into the Prime Minister’s condition as he begins his recovery from severe COVID-19 at St Thomas’…

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