Sanwo-Olu Tests Positive For Coronavirus, PDP Blasts Buhari Over Missing Students As President Holidays

Sanwo-Olu tests positive for coronavirus

Lagos State governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has tested positive for the coronavirus after he was exposed to a confirmed case.

“A PCR test performed yesterday the 11th of December has confirmed that he has indeed been infected with the virus,” Lagos State commissioner for information Gbenga Omotoso said.

The commissioner said the governor is showing mild symptoms and fatigue typical of a mild case of COVID and that he has started receiving treatment.


Call Off Holiday, Search For Missing Katsina Students, PDP Tells Buhari

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has condemned what it sees as the gruesome attack on Government Science Secondary School, Kankara, Katsina State, by suspected terrorists, leading to reported deaths and abduction of no fewer than 600 students.

The party has also called on President Muhammadu Buhari, now on a week-long visit to the state, to abandon his holiday and lead the search for the kidnapped students.

Addressing a press conference in Abuja on Saturday, Kola Ologbondiyan, National Publicity Secretary of the main opposition party, who made the declaration, also said that the PDP is standing with the entire Katsina people and charged the president “as the commander-in-chief, who promised to lead from the front, to account for the abducted students, as the large-scale abduction happened a few hours after the President and his security machinery took over the state.”


Actor, Chinedu Ikedieze ‘Aki’ Celebrates 43rd Birthday

Veteran Nollywood actor, Chinedu Ikedieze, popularly known as Aki is celebrating his 43rd birthday today December 12th, 2020.

Chinedu Ikedieze Aki
Taking to social media to share a photo of a customized cake with his face on it, Aki wrote;

“This is why I have every reason to be grateful to God:
Growing up wasn’t easy
The Struggles
The journey to stardom
Keeping up with stardom
Wonderful health
And my QUALITY FREE -TO- AIR LIFE at no cost

You See Why I’m Shining My Teeth 😂😂😂😁😁😂
Oya let’s celebrate…its my BIRTHDAY 🕺🕺💃💃💃🕺💃💃🍾.”


Manchester United, Manchester City play out dismal derby stalemate behind closed doors at Old Trafford


Manchester United and Manchester City played out a dismal derby stalemate behind closed doors at Old Trafford.

In a game devoid of quality and excitement, neither side were able to carve out the opportunity that could make a difference amid the eerie silence of the so-called ‘Theatre Of Dreams’.

Gabriel Jesus was off target and Riyad Mahrez brought a routine save from David de Gea with City’s best first-half chances while Scott McTominay was agonisingly inches away from Victor Lindelof’s flick as United sought the breakthrough.

United thought they had a second-half penalty when Kyle Walker fouled Marcus Rashford but the decision was overturned as VAR revealed the United striker was offside.

It led to an unsatisfactory conclusion for both sides, leaving United seventh in the Premier League and City a place below them.