Coronavirus: Government Confirms One Suspected Case In Ondo

  Ondo State Government has confirmed that there is a suspected case of coronavirus in Akure, the state capital, which is being handled at the moment. Earlier publications on Wednesday suggested that a man named David, who came into Nigeria from Maryland, United States of America, has been taken to a government hospital in Ondo … Continue reading Coronavirus: Government Confirms One Suspected Case In Ondo

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Coronavirus: CBN Set To Inject N1trn Into Nigerian Economy

  The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) on Wednesday announced a plan to raise its intervention in all critical sectors of the economy by another N1 trillion. This is in response to the devastating impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The CBN governor, Godwin Emefiele, said the intervention will boost local manufacturing and import substitution in … Continue reading Coronavirus: CBN Set To Inject N1trn Into Nigerian Economy

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FG Working With States To Build Well-Equipped Isolation Centers – Oloriegbe

The Chairman, Senate Committee On Health, Senator Ibrahim Oloriegbe says the National Assembly has taken a decision that the Federal Govt should work with states to develop well-equipped and functional isolation centres.

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LMC Suspends NPFL Matches Over COVID-19

    The League Management Committee (LMC) has suspended the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) until further notice over the outbreak of the COVID-19.    

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Coronavirus: Infected Driver Drove American, Caregiver From Lagos To Ado-Ekiti – Ekiti Govt

      A driver who tested positive for Coronavirus is said to have driven an American suspected to have contracted COVID-19 and his caregiver, all the way from the Muritala Mohammed International Airport Lagos down to Ado-Ekiti.  According to a statement by the Ekiti State government, the driver whose identity was not revealed picked … Continue reading Coronavirus: Infected Driver Drove American, Caregiver From Lagos To Ado-Ekiti – Ekiti Govt

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Yoruba Nation Living Like Slaves In Nigeria, Says Professor Akintoye

  Professor Banji Akintoye says the Yoruba people are living like slaves in Nigeria, arguing that the Yoruba nation deserves more.  Speaking while appearing as a guest on Channels Television’s News Night, Professor Akintoye said it is sad that the Yoruba nation with all its greatness should be suffering as it is in Nigeria. Professor … Continue reading Yoruba Nation Living Like Slaves In Nigeria, Says Professor Akintoye

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UK Closes Schools As Coronavirus Deaths Rise

  Britain announced Wednesday it would be closing schools in the coming days to stem the spread of coronavirus, as the death toll topped 100 and Londoners braced for tougher measures to tackle the outbreak. Prime Minister Boris Johnson had held off following the lead of other European countries in shutting schools, because of the … Continue reading UK Closes Schools As Coronavirus Deaths Rise

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COVID-19: Arik Air Suspends Flights To West Coast

Arik Air has announced the temporary suspension of flights to all its West Coast destinations effective from Monday, March 23, 2020.

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COVID-19: Ogun Government Bans High-Density Gatherings

  Further to measures so far taken to ramp up its efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus, the Ogun State Government has banned high-density gatherings. In a statement on Wednesday, the Ogun government said it found expedient to announce some additional measures including an immediate ban of all high-density gatherings that would bring … Continue reading COVID-19: Ogun Government Bans High-Density Gatherings

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COVID-19: Africa Should Prepare For The Worst – WHO

  The head of the World Health Organization said Wednesday that while Africa so far had seen few cases of COVID-19, the continent should “prepare for the worst”. “Africa should wake up,” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told journalists in a virtual news conference. Tedros said that to date, 233 cases of the new coronavirus had been … Continue reading COVID-19: Africa Should Prepare For The Worst – WHO

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