Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, England’s National League Plays On

With the rest of European football locked down in response to the coronavirus, England's fifth-tier National League provided a controversial respite for fans looking to satisfy their craving for sport on Saturday.

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Osinbajo Visits Late Inspector’s Family, Pays Condolences

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has paid a visit to the family of the late inspector Ali Gomina, the outrider in the Vice Presidents’ convoy who was killed in the line of duty.

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Denmark Announces First Coronavirus Death, Closes Borders

  Denmark on Saturday recorded its first coronavirus death as it closed its borders to foreigners in order to slow the spread of the disease. The fatality “was a person aged 81 years who was hospitalized for other serious illnesses,” said officials at the hospital where the patient was treated. The death is the fifth … Continue reading Denmark Announces First Coronavirus Death, Closes Borders

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US Extends Travel Ban To UK, Ireland; Reviews Domestic Curbs

The United States said Saturday it was stepping up its fight against the coronavirus and extending a European travel ban to include the United Kingdom and Ireland, while acknowledging that some domestic travel curbs are also being considered.

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South Africans Flown Back From Virus-Hit Wuhan

South Africa repatriated dozens of its citizens from China on Saturday over the coronavirus, the health ministry said, the first such move by a sub-Saharan country as cases across the region continue to rise.

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Obiano Commissions NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp In Anambra

  Anambra State Governor, Willie Obiano has commissioned the new Permanent Orientation Camp for the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Mbaukwu-Umuawulu, in Awka South Local Government Area. According to the governor, apart from accomodating the corps members, the camp can generate about three hundred direct jobs and over one thousand indirect jobs. “The orientation … Continue reading Obiano Commissions NYSC Permanent Orientation Camp In Anambra

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I Am Moving On, I Don’t Want To Go Back – Sanusi

  Former Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II, has faulted the Kano State government over the issuance of his dethronement letter. Sanusi in a video circulating online said he is moving on and doesn’t want to go back to the throne following his banishment. According to the deposed Emir, his removal was so badly done … Continue reading I Am Moving On, I Don’t Want To Go Back – Sanusi

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Coronavirus: Here Are The Latest Global Developments

As the Coronavirus disease continues to disrupt activities globally, here are the latest developments in the crisis:

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PHOTOS: Niger Rerun Election Witnesses Large Turnout, Peaceful Atmosphere

  The rerun election into the Magama/Rijau Federal Constituency commenced in a peaceful atmosphere in the two local government areas of Niger State on Saturday. Three parties – the All Progressives Congress (APC), the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) – fielded candidates for the election. Channels Television observed a … Continue reading PHOTOS: Niger Rerun Election Witnesses Large Turnout, Peaceful Atmosphere

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Ugwuanyi Seeks Strict Compliance Of Asset Declaration For Public Office Holders

    Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State has called for strict compliance of assets declaration and code of conduct for public office holders in the state. The governor made this call on Saturday during a workshop organised by the state government in collaboration with the Code of Conduct Bureau (CCB) for holders of public … Continue reading Ugwuanyi Seeks Strict Compliance Of Asset Declaration For Public Office Holders

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