Rights and Privileges of Being A Nigerian is Been Shortchanged

Nigerian citizens living in parts of Jakarta the capital of Indonesia have come out to show their grievances to the illicit oppression been melted on them while domiciling in the country. I have come to wonder why we face much heated challenges in trying to secure visa schedule to most countries in the world, just recently the Dubai authorities have tightened their procedures to granting credentials to most Nigerians all in the name of fighting against fraud, which if you come to think of it most Nigerian milk [Budget Allocations]…

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[New Post] The Rising Hope For Nigeria’s Telecommunication Sector

Telecommunication development to the growth ratio in Nigeria can be felt in the socio-economic and political sectors which manifest in the positive and negative spheres. Telecoms have heightened the level of interconnectedness among and between peoples of the country and outside communities, through a systematic integration of autonomous economies into a global system of production and distribution. Apparently, Telecoms in Nigeria seeks to eliminate trade barriers through integrations and interactions which can be passive or active move or counter move, actions or reactions of capital and labor thereby leading to…

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Breaking : Ondo State Governor Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, has tested positive for coronavirus. Akeredolu confirmed his status via his Twitter handle on Tuesday. He tweeted, “Today, I tested positive for #COVID19. All is well. I’m asymptomatic and have been self-isolating. Work continues. Your continued prayers over my well being are most appreciated.” In a video attached to the tweet, Akeredolu said he took the COVID-19 test after being treated for malaria.

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FG Opens Resumption For Some Schools Categories

The Federal Government has approved what it called “safe reopening” of schools nationwide in the next phase of the gradual easing of lockdown ordered to curtail further spread of COVID-19. However, only graduating pupils in Primary 6, Junior Secondary School 3 and Senior Secondary School 3 will resume. Higher institutions, day care centres and other classes in primary and secondary schools, apart from final classes, will remain closed. The government has also lifted the ban placed on interstate travels with effect from July 1, provided such journeys are made outside…

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COVID19: 594 New Cases Discovered, Total Now 22,614

the NCDC has warned Nigerians against the Usage of face guards instead of face Mask 😷. PTF says they would refuse force in reopening schools amidst Coronavirus spread. Peace Airline and Dana Air tests their new acquired planes ahead of Airport Reopening. 594 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria; Lagos-159Delta-106Ondo-44FCT-34Edo-34Oyo-33Kaduna-33Enugu-28Katsina-25Imo-22Adamawa-15Ogun-12Osun-11Abia-8Rivers-6Nasarawa-5Bauchi-5Niger-5Kebbi-4Ekiti-3Plateau-1Taraba-1 22,614 confirmed7,822 discharged549 deaths

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NYSC: We’re Not Ready To Open Back Orientation Camps

Going by the incessant rise in the Coronavirus pandemic across the country the agency in charge of Corper’s deployment has come out to say its not ready to kick start operations. National Youth Service Corps has said it will not reopen orientation camps across te country until it is safe to do so. The NYSC, in a statement on Thursday by its Director, Press and Public Relations, Adenike Adeyemi, any report that it was planning to open the camps was false She said, “To put issues in proper perspective, it…

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Ex Gov Of Oyo State Abiola Ajimobi Is Dead

the former governor of Oyo state Sen. Ajimobi was reported to have contracted Coronavirus. the late Oyo state Governor Ajimobi was speculated as the Acting Chairman. The immediate past Governor of Oyo State, Abiola Ajimobi, has died at age 70 after battling coronavirus-related symptoms for a month, Emage News has learnt. Ajimobi, who was governor from 2011 to 2019, was named the Acting National Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress last week but never resumed. The former governor was hospitalised at First Cardiologist and Cardiovascular Consultants Hospital, Lagos on…

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PTF To Submit Reports This Week To President Buhari

The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 has said the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), would receive this week, its recommendations regarding the next steps of the country’s National Response to the pandemic. PTF Chairman and Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, made this known during a briefing in Abuja on Thursday. He said, “I wish to inform you that by the end of this week, the Presidential Task Force will be submitting a report containing our assessment and recommendations to Mr President for his consideration. READ…

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Face Mask More Effective Than Guards- NCDC

PTF had decried on the level at which Nigerians go in preventing themselves against Coronavirus pandemic. NCDC warns about people engaging with large gatherings across the country. The Nigerian Centre for Disease Control says the use of masks is more effective than face guards. The Director-General of the NCDC, Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu, said this during the Presidential Task Force briefing on Thursday. The NCDC boss said anyone who opts for face guard must still wear a mask underneath. The use of face guards has become common in the last couple…

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Resident Doctors To Resume Duties Today After Suspension Of Strike

Doctors across the country had embarked on industrial actions. They went on strike due to the non payment of their hazard allowances and other palliatives. The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) has suspended its nationwide strike with immediate effect from Monday, June 22. In a communique issued on Sunday, the association said the decision to suspend the industrial action followed a virtual meeting of over 300 of its members. NARD President, Aliyu Sokomba said the National Executive Council decided to suspend the strike in order to give the Federal…

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Nigeria Recorded 436 New Case Of Coronavirus Infections

COVID19 in the country has claimed many lives and businesses grounded. Two Years Old child tested positive to Coronavirus. 436 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria; Lagos-169Oyo-52Plateau-31Imo-29Kaduna-28Ogun-23FCT-18Enugu-18Bauchi-17Bayelsa-14Rivers-8Osun-6Kano-6Edo-5Benue-5Adamawa-3Borno-2Abia-1Ekiti-1 20,244 confirmed6,879 discharged518 deaths

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COVID19: Airport Cannot Be Operational June 21- Hadi Sirika

Coronavirus Pandemic has crippled the aviation industry. PTF lament the spread of Coronavirus across and steady increase Can’t allow the industry to go ahead with planned reopening. PTF gives guidelines for operating church activities, Others. The Federal Government says the June 21 date for the restart of domestic flights in the country is not feasible, Emage News has learnt. The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, made this known at a Presidential Task Force Briefing on COVID-19 in Abuja. Emage News had earlier reported that the PTF said aviation authorities will…

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COVID19: 667 New Cases Recorded, Total Now 19,147

Minister of Information Lai Mohammed says Coronavirus pandemic not a death sentence. PTF Opening of Schools and Worship Center’s not visible now. NCDC moves to community contact tracing to ascertain the level of spread of Coronavirus The Coronavirus pandemic has steadily risen in the country with almost all the states in the federation been affected, most businesses and agencies have been on lockdown since February, 2020. Lagos State Nigeria the highest infected region have been facing stiff issues on the spread of Coronavirus amidst current flood issues. The Nigerian Centre…

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COVID19- NCDC Records 745 New Cases, Total Now 18,480

745 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria; Lagos-280Oyo-103Ebonyi-72FCT-60Imo-46Edo-34Delta-33Rivers-25Kaduna-23Ondo-16Katsina-12Kano-10Bauchi-8Borno-7Kwara-5Gombe-4Sokoto-2Enugu-2Yobe-1Osun-1Nasarawa-1 18,480 confirmed6,307 discharged475 deaths

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Oyo State Government Lift Ban on Schools, Others

The Coronavirus pandemic has created seen of lockdown regime across the country, Schools and other activities of human endeavour have been restricted …as govt workers resume Monday Oyo reviews curfew, mosques, churches to operate at 25 per cent capacity ….Pry 6, JSS III, SSS III students resume classes by June 29 The Oyo State COVID-19 Task Force announced on Monday that it has relaxed the curfew imposed on the state following the advent of the ravaging coronavirus pandemic. The Task Force, which made the decision public after a two-and-a-half-hour meeting…

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COVID19: Schools And Viewing Centres Not Safe For Reopening- PTF

The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 says it is not safe to reopen schools, television viewing centres and other areas of public interest. PTF Chairman and Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha, disclosed this on Monday in Abuja, the nation’s capital. According to him, some governors were contemplating reopening schools and television viewing centres among others in their respective states. “We have received reports that some states are contemplating the opening of schools, television viewing centres, sports stadium and other places where large gatherings could take…

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Woman Delivered Of Twins Dies Of COVID19 In Imo

Imo State has recorded another death resulting from COVID-19 complications. Although the woman’s details are unknown, the deceased was said to have been receiving treatment in the isolation centre after testing positive for the coronavirus disease a few days ago. Confirming the incident to Channels Television, the Chairman of the State COVID-19 Taskforce, Professor Maurice Iwu, said the woman was delivered of a set of twins but after delivery, she couldn’t survive it. According to Professor Iwu, the babies were however fortunate as to have tested negative for the virus.…

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