COVID-19: Atiku’s Son Goes Against Fake News, Preaches Unity As He Narrates Experience
The son of former president Atiku Abubakar, who tested positive to COVID-19 on March 20, Mohammed Atiku, on Thursday, urged Nigerians to be circumspect about spreading false news especially about COVID-19 victims, as this may further aggravate their health by further weakening their immune system. READ MORE>>>
BREAKING: Osun confirms six new cases of coronavirus
The Osun State Government has confirmed six new cases of coronavirus on Thursday among 127 Cote d’Ivoire returnees that have been tested. READ MORE>>>
Mosque sealed after imam, members attacked Lagos officials
Officials of the Lagos State Government were attacked at Agege area of the state during a sensitisation exercise on social distancing to curb the spread of coronavirus. Jubril Gawat, digital media aide to Lagos State governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu disclosed the confrontation experienced by government officials. READ MORE>>>
Coronavirus: Bishop Oyedepo predicts end of COVID-19 in Nigeria
The respected man of God, who spoke through his son who is also a senior pastor, said COVID-19 will soon become a thing of the past in the country.
Oyedepo disclosed this while donating an ambulance and Personal Protective Gears (PPE) to the Ogun state government. READ MORE>>>
The president’s close ally was tested positive for COVID-19 on March 23 .
The report says that doctors have asked him to rest more for quick recovery. A report by The Cable reports Abba Kyari, the chief of staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, is responding “very well” READ MORE>>>
Akure Explosion: I didn’t know i was carrying explosives in my truck – Truck Driver
The driver of the truck that carried explosives which detonated, causing an explosion on Saturday at Eleyewo community in Akure, Ondo state revealed that he did not know he was carrying explosives.
The driver of the truck, Isiaka Yinusa, was transporting explosives from READ MORE>>>