Category: Entertainment

  • 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 […]

  • COVID-19 Test Remains Free for Lagosians – Lagos State Government.

    The Lagos State government has said that the COVID-19 tests would remain free as it was before. This was said by the Lagos State commissioner for Information and Strategy Mr Gbenga Omotoso on Wednesday, urging Lagosians to take advantage of the free tests whenever they feel any symptoms of the coronavirus. Speaking at the daily […]

  • UN appoints 2baba as Refugees Ambassador

    Despite the pandemic, eventual economic stagnancy, some Nigerians still have cause to smile as they experienced success in their endeavours. One of them is Cobhams Asuquo who was appointed UNICEF ambassador not too long ago. Simi’s Duduke was a hit and Rema got an international recognition. Now, it is Tuface Idibia’s time to ‘shine’ According […]

  • Civil Servants And Final Year Secondary Students To Resume By June – Oyo State Government.

    Governor Seyi Makinde has further eased restrictions that had earlier been implemented in Oyo State to combat the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) by informing all categories of workers to resume work at the Oyo State Secretariat on June. The news also came on huge reliefs on parents and students alike as critical classes […]

  • Lagos State Senator DiedAged 61.

    Adebayo Osinowo, Senator representing Lagos East Senatorial district, popularly known as ‘Pepperito’ died at 65 from an unknown illness. The cause of his death is yet to be made public, although family sources quoted stated that he died after a brief illness. Until his death, he was the Senator representing Lagos East senatorial constituency at […]

  • RCCG Members Can Attend When Churches Reopen, But Not Me, Wife And Grandchildren – Pastor EA Adeboye.

    The Redeemed Christian Church of God’s General Overseer, Pastor Adeboye announced on Sunday, June 14th that the church can start the usual religious gathering from next week Sunday at designated places where the law permits. He made this announcement during the Sunday service broadcast on Dove television. Having announced the date for resumption, Daddy G.O […]

  • Wife Of Popular Lagos State Pastor’s Wife Found Dead.

    Popular event planner and wife of the founder and pastor of Trinity House church Ibidun Itua-Ighodalo died in the early hours of Sunday, a family source said. She was aged 40. The cause of her death is yet to be known as at the time of filing this report. Trinity House, in apparent confirmation of […]