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Fresh Kaduna Attacks Reportedly Leaves 22 Dead, Properties Destroyed

Kaduna reported another unrest on Thursday as gunmen invaded four communities in Zangon Kataf council area of the state, killing 22 persons and setting ablaze a number of buildings. Even with curfew in place, Guardian Nigeria reports that the victims were mainly women and children, while scores scampered for safety. The affected settlements are Apyiashyim,…

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Nigeria Extends Eased Coronavirus Lockdown By Four Weeks

The Nigerian government on Thursday extended the country’s eased lockdown for at least four more weeks, Mr Boss Mustapha, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) and Chairman of the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 announced. Speaking during the Task Force briefing in Abuja, Mustapha noted that the PTF made some recommendations to the…

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COVID-19: FG Grants Gradual Resumption Of International Flights

The Federal Government has begun the process of reopening International airports for operations and train services across the country as COVID-19 cases continues to be recorded daily. Mr Boss Mustapha, the Chairman of Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 and Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), disclosed this while speaking at their daily briefing on Thursday in…

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OB Cuisine: Crispy Fried Chicken And Sauce Dip By Meals With Abi | WATCH

Who doesn’t love a crunchy, crispy, juicy and gently fried to perfection chicken accompanied with a rich and flavorful sauce dip! On the menu today, Food vlogger, Meals with Abi is sharing her recipe which includes how to fry the chicken, how to make the coating and sauce dip. It’s absolutely easy to make and this…

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COVID-19: Nigeria’s Toll Surpass 45, 000 As NCDC Records 3 New Deaths

Nigeria has confirmed three more COVID-19 deaths as the country’s infections from the ravaging virus crossed the 45, 000 mark. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) revealed the latest figure on Thursday, noting that 354 fresh COVID-19 cases were recorded in 16 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), taking the West African nation’s tally to 45,244. A…

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UAE Debunks Reports Of Restricting Travels From Nigeria

On Thursday August 6, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Government denied unfounded claims that Nigerians have been barred from entering the Western-Asian country. Recall that an unverified report made rounds accusing them of suspending different categories of visa to Nigerians after Hushpuppi was arrested for alleged fraud. In a statement released by the nation’s embassy in Abuja, the agency noted that the UAE took a…

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Former US First Lady, Michelle Obama Says She Has ‘Low-Grade Depression’

Former First Lady of the United States, Michelle Obama has revealed that she is suffering from “low-grade depression” because of the Coronavirus pandemic, racial injustice and the “hypocrisy” of the Donald Trump administration. According to Mrs Obama, who made the comments during the second episode of her eponymous ‘The Michelle Obama Podcast’ with NPR’s Michele Norris on…

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LASG Vows Justice For Families Of FAAN Employees Involved In Truck Accident

The Lagos State Government has ensured the families of late Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) employees – Chidinma Ajoku and Chima Nnaekpe – who were involved in an accident weeks ago, that justice will be served for their untimely deaths. Recall that a truck conveying a 20-feet container had crush them both when it fell on a commercial bus,…

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Facebook, Twitter Remove Trump Post Over “Harmful Coronavirus Misinformation”

US President Donald Trump and have been penalized by Facebook and Twitter along with his campaign for posts which  contained false claims about the coronavirus also known as COVID-19. The campaign post featured a link of a video of an interview the President granted Fox News on Wednesday morning,August 5, in which the president claimed children are “almost…

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