Tag Archives: Nigeria

Mother, baby, three others test positive as cases rise to eight

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American contact of Ekiti case dies, Nigerian companion tests negative Govt faces tough task, traces 800 contacts North-West, Kwara close schools Lagos, Ogun ban gathering of over 50 people LASG schools shut Coronavirus cases in Nigeria on Wednesday increased from three to eight fuelling fears of the epidemic of the disease in the country. The Minister of Health, Dr Osagie Ehanire,
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Latest update on coronavirus worldwide

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With new tolls and key developments, here is the latest in the coronavirus crisis. – More than 3,800 deaths – Since the novel coronavirus first emerged in late December, 2019, 110,564 cases have been recorded in 100 countries and territories, killing 3,862 people, according to an AFP toll based on official sources on Monday around
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Nigeria not worth dying for – Bishop Kukah

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The Bishop of Sokoto Catholic Diocese, Mathew Kukah, on Tuesday, in Kaduna, expressed displeasure with the alleged poor management of Nigeria.

The Bishop stated this in his homily at the Good Shepherd Major Seminary, Kaukau, Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State before the burial of the seminarian killed by

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Why we placed travel restrictions on Nigerians —US

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Oyetunji Abioye, John Ameh, Sunday Aborisade, Femi Makinde, Kamarudeen Ogundele, Success Nwogu, Friday Olokor, Alexander Okere, Mudiaga Affe  and Adelani Adepegba

The United States has given reasons for imposing visa restrictions on Nigerians and five other countries’  nationals.

It said Nigeria did not comply with the established identity-management and information-sharing

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Plateau: One killed, houses burnt as attacks persist

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Gunmen have continued their deadly attacks in the Bokos Local Government Area of Plateau, killing a man and setting many buildings ablaze.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the gunmen had descended on Ruboi and Marish communities in Bokos Local Government, killing at least 16 people late on Sunday.

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- David Onuoha Bourdex, a chieftain of APGA faults politicians calling for the National Assembly to declare Abia north senatorial seat occupied by Senator Orji Uzor Kalu vacant

- Bourdex says declaring Kalu’s seat vacant would amount to undermining the electoral preferences of the people