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  • Boko Haram Terrorists Fire Mortars in Maiduguri, 2 Killed, 16 Injured.

    No fewer than two persons have been confirmed dead and over a dozen injured as Boko Haram terrorists fired mortars in Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State. reported that the terrorists’ attack occurred as Muslim faithful in the town were still making preparation for Eid-Kabir festival. The loud explosions sent many residents scampering for […]

  • Fahim Saleh’s Gruesome Murderer Arrested and Identified.

    The personal assistant of a young tech entrepreneur who was found decapitated and dismembered in his Manhattan apartment this week was arrested early on Friday and is expected to be charged in the grisly killing, according to two officials briefed on the matter. The entrepreneur, Fahim Saleh, 33, was discovered dead on Tuesday afternoon by […]

  • Ex-Chelsea Player Schurrle retires Aged 29.

    World Cup winner Andre Schurrle says he doesn’t “need the applause any more” after announcing his retirement at 29. The Germany forward had a year left on his deal with Borussia Dortmund but the two parties agreed to cancel it.Schurrle, who helped his country win the 2014 World Cup, had a spell at Chelsea and […]

  • Federal Government Stands Firm On WASSCE 2020 Decision.

    The federal government has given an update to remain unmoving regarding its decision to suspend school reopening and stop unity schools from participating in the forthcoming West African Senior School Certificate Examinations. The Nation reports that the minister of state for education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, said the government’s position remained unchanged. Nwajiuba, however, said the ministry […]

  • Another pandemic outbreak has killed 12 people in cameroon

    A recent outbreak called cholera has killed 12 people in the fishing village of Londji in Southern Cameroon, local health authorities said Wednesday. Officials are calling for urgent action to be taken in order to contain the spread of the pandemic which they blame on poor hygiene conditions by the villagers. The officials also announced […]

  • Federal Government to replace collapsed Plateau bridge. reported that the Federal Government has said that it will build a concrete bridge over the Wase Waterways in Wase Local Government Area of Plateau State, as a replacement for the recently collapsed Wase Bridge in the State. The Minister of Works and Housing, Mr Babatunde Fashola, said this on Tuesday, in a statement […]

  • Benue State Governor’s Wife and Son Tests Positive for COVID-19.

    The Benue State first lady Mrs Eunice Ortom has tested positive for COVID-19. She said the routine testing by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control for personnels at the government state house returned with her testing positive. She also noted that her son and some of her staffs had also tested positive for the virus. […]

  • 80 COVID-19 Patients Discharged In Edo.

    Edo state Governor Godwin Obaseki announced that 80 coronavirus patients have been discharged having tested negative for the virus. He also disclosed that the number of deaths have risen to 43 with the aged getting the larger percentage of deaths. The governor said, “We have discharged 80 more COVID-19 patients from our isolation centres. The […]

  • No Facemasks During Exercises – WHO

    The world Health Organization (WHO) has warned against the use of face masks while exercising of fitness trainings, stating that it leads to inability to enable adequate gaseous exchange. The organization stated that wearing of facemasks during exercise would cause difficulty in breathing and enable the growth of microorganisms as a result of sweat made […]

  • Benue State Executive Council Gives Go Ahead For Reopening Of Schools.

    Benue State Executive Council gives go ahead for reopening of schools At the end of the weekly state executive council meeting on Wednesday in Makurdi, the benue SEC has given permission for partial reopening of schools. This was made known by the state commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism Mrs Ngunan Addingi saying schools would […]