PDP Faults Inauguration Of State Executives In Ogun

    The National Working Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has condemned the inauguration of a new State Executive Committee of the party in Ogun. In a statement jointly signed by its party’s National Chairman and National Secretary, Uche Secondus and Senator Umaru Tsauri on Saturday, the party dissociated itself from the exercise. … Continue reading PDP Faults Inauguration Of State Executives In Ogun

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Ondo FRSC Intercepts Truck Conveying 13 Youths

  The Ondo State Command of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) on Saturday said it intercepted a truck conveying no fewer than 13 people of “northern extraction”. The visitors were hidden in the midst of goods in a truck, entering Akure, the state capital before they were intercepted at FUTA junction, the FRSC said. … Continue reading Ondo FRSC Intercepts Truck Conveying 13 Youths

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Umtiti Picks Up Calf Injury As Barcelona Players Return To Training

  France defender Samuel Umtiti has picked up a calf injury in just the second session since Barcelona returned to training from the coronavirus quarantine, the Spanish champions announced on Saturday. Barca said that Umtiti picked up an injury to his right calf during Saturday’s individual training session at the club’s Joan Gamper facility, but did not specify how … Continue reading Umtiti Picks Up Calf Injury As Barcelona Players Return To Training

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Obama Calls Trump’s Handling Of COVID-19 Pandemic A ‘Chaotic Disaster’

  Former President Barack Obama has launched a scathing attack on Donald Trump’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, calling it an “absolute chaotic disaster.” In a leaked web call Friday night with former members of his administration, Obama also said the Justice Department’s decision to drop charges against Michael Flynn, the former Trump national security … Continue reading Obama Calls Trump’s Handling Of COVID-19 Pandemic A ‘Chaotic Disaster’

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France Records 80 New COVID-19 Deaths, Lowest Daily Toll In A Month

  French health officials on Saturday announced another 80 deaths from the new coronavirus, the lowest figure recorded over 24 hours since early April. The figures for those in intensive care also fell, with 38 people admitted for critical care. The death toll in France now stands at 26,310, one of the Europe’s highest. Just … Continue reading France Records 80 New COVID-19 Deaths, Lowest Daily Toll In A Month

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Police Investigate Attack On Edo Policemen, Killing Of One Inspector  

  The Commissioner of Police, Edo State Command, Lawan Jimeta has ordered a full-scale investigation into the gruesome killing of a police officer, Inspector Felix Egbon, who was allegedly murdered during an attack on the operatives of Auchi Divisional Police Headquarters on Friday. In a statement on Saturday, the police said Inspector Egbon and members … Continue reading Police Investigate Attack On Edo Policemen, Killing Of One Inspector  

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Testing Capacity For Lagos Currently At 850 Daily – Sanwo-Olu

The Lagos State Government says the current lab testing capacity for the state is 850 persons per day.

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Security Forces Clash With Lockdown Rebels In India Amid Pandemic

  Indian security forces clashed with angry residents who flouted a pandemic lockdown in the city of Ahmedabad on Friday as the country saw a surge in coronavirus deaths and cases that is predicted to worsen. While authorities have insisted that the crisis is under control in the country of 1.3 billion people, experts have … Continue reading Security Forces Clash With Lockdown Rebels In India Amid Pandemic

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Indian Pharmacist Dies After Drinking Botched Coronavirus Treatment

An Indian pharmacist died and his boss was left hospitalised after the pair drank a chemical concoction they had developed in an effort to treat coronavirus, police said Saturday.

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Liberia Eases Prayer Restrictions But Extends Lockdown

Liberian President George Weah has said he will partially lift restrictions on praying in mosques and churches aimed at curbing coronavirus while extending a lockdown in the capital Monrovia.

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