Four Out Of 11 Travellers From Sokoto Test Positive For COVID-19

Four out of the 11 travellers from Sokoto State en route Akure who were intercepted by the Oyo State Police at the weekend have tested positive to COVID-19.

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FG To Amend 2020 Budget Oil Benchmark To $20pb

Plans are ongoing by the Federal Government to review the 2020 budget to reflect an oil benchmark of $20 per barrel.

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Over 20 Health Workers Test Positive For COVID-19 In Kano

  Over 20 health workers have tested positive for the COVID-19 in Kano State. According to the Chairman, Association of Resident Doctors at the Aminu Kanu Teaching Hospital, Abubakar Nagoma, 12 health workers at the hospital, including doctors, nurses and lab scientists tested positive for the COVID-19. Nagoma confirmed this to Channels Television on Tuesday. … Continue reading Over 20 Health Workers Test Positive For COVID-19 In Kano

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California Sues Uber and Lyft For Tagging Drivers ‘Contractors’

    California on Tuesday sued rideshare operators Uber and Lyft for “misclassifying” drivers as contractors instead of employees in violation of a state law. The suit, joined by the state’s large municipalities, seeks to require the companies to compensate drivers and pay penalties that could total in the hundreds of millions of dollars. “California … Continue reading California Sues Uber and Lyft For Tagging Drivers ‘Contractors’

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Delta Govt Announces No Face Mask, No Movement Rule

The Delta State Government has announced that henceforth, there shall be a no mask, no movement rule in the state.

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15 Children Hospitalised With Rare Disease Linked To COVID-19 In New York

  Fifteen children have been hospitalised in New York with a rare inflammatory disease possibly linked to coronavirus, officials said Tuesday, in the latest reports of the worrying syndrome. Kawasaki disease is a mysterious illness that primarily affects children up to the age of five and causes the walls of arteries to become inflamed, resulting … Continue reading 15 Children Hospitalised With Rare Disease Linked To COVID-19 In New York

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Despite Our Political Differences, Yar’Adua Was Unarguably A Patriot – Buhari

  President Muhammadu Buhari has eulogised former President of Nigeria, Umaru Musa Yar’adua, who passed on as a serving president in the year 2010. According to a statement issued on Tuesday by the Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media & Publicity), Garba Shehu, in commemoration of the 10th year anniversary of his death, President … Continue reading Despite Our Political Differences, Yar’Adua Was Unarguably A Patriot – Buhari

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Updated UK COVID-19 Death Toll Becomes World’s Second Highest

  Britain’s death toll from the coronavirus has topped 32,000, according to an updated official count released Tuesday, pushing the country past Italy to become the second-most impacted after the United States. The new toll, from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and regional health bodies, has not yet been incorporated into the government’s daily … Continue reading Updated UK COVID-19 Death Toll Becomes World’s Second Highest

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Kano Govt Appoints New Emir Of Rano

  The Kano State Government has appointed Alhaji Muhammad Kabir Inuwa as the New Emir of the Rano Emirate. The appointment was announced on Tuesday by the Secretary to the State Government, Alhaji Usman Alhaji. According to him, Emir Kabiru was selected out of three candidates submitted. Meanwhile, Governor Abdullahi Ganduje has urged the new … Continue reading Kano Govt Appoints New Emir Of Rano

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Infectious Diseases Bill Conceived In Public Interest – Gbajabiamila

  Speaker of the House of Representatives Femi Gbajabiamila on Tuesday said the Control of Infectious Diseases Bill was conceived in the best interest of the Nigerian people and no one else. Gbajabiamila while addressing his colleagues at the resumption of the plenary session said since the introduction of the Bill a week ago, there … Continue reading Infectious Diseases Bill Conceived In Public Interest – Gbajabiamila

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