COVID-19: FG commends Air Peace, UK denies airline landing permit, as Global Air Charter comes to the rescue

The British Government has refused to grant Diplomatic Landing Clearance to Air Peace Limited for the purpose of evacuating Nigerians, who are stranded in the United Kingdom. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs disclosed this in a statement on Sunday by its spokesman, Ferdinand Nwonye. The ministry regretted that as a […]

COVID-19: Aso Villa Contemplating A Total Lockdown Till November, 2020

Controversial journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has alleged that the presidency is planning a total nationwide lockdown that will last till November, 2020. Kemi Olunloyo took to her Twitter page to disclose the plot by the Federal Government to impose the lockdown, she wondered if there are enough palliatives and stimulus packages for […]

COVID-19: 939 undergo home treatment in Ogun, Bayelsa, Katsina, others

…NCDC rules out elderly, symptomatic patients from home treatment As a result of shortage of bedspaces for COVID-19 patients at isolation centres in the country, no fewer than 939 patients are undergoing home treatment in six states across the country, reports have revealed. The following states Ogun, Bayelsa, Katsina, Oyo […]

Post COVID-19: Obasanjo charges Nigerian youths on modern skills acquisition

Olusegun Obasanjo has stressed the need for both employed and unemployed youths in the country to acquire modern skills to be self-reliant in view of the current and post COVID-19 pandemic era. Obasanjo gave the charge at the official unveiling of a newly constructed building by Yoruba Youths Forum, YYF, […]

COVID-19: Imo sets up modalities for the resumption of schools

The Imo State Government under the leadership of Governor Hope Uzodinma has disclosed that the government is setting up diligent modalities for the resumption of schools with strict adherence to the coronavirus protocol guideline. The information was contained in a press statement from the office of the governor, Imo State […]

GOODNEWS: COVID-19: First person to be vaccinated against virus showing promising results

A Maryland man believes he could be one of the first people successfully vaccinated against coronavirus after his body produced antibodies in response to a trial.  David Rach hailed the ‘promising’ results from a trial at the University of Maryland in Baltimore, where US drugs giant Pfizer and German firm BioNTech are gearing up […]

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