Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Friday donated his former residence at the Presidential Hilltop, Ogun State, as Isolation Centre. He approved that the residence be used as an accommodation and treatment center for victims of coronavirus. Obasanjo said the multiple-room apartment has been handed over to the Ogun State Government for immediate takeover. His spokesman, Kehinde Akinyemi, confirmed the development to us. He noted that the former Nigerian leader was concerned about the spread of…"Coronavirus: Obasanjo Donates 32-room Residence As Isolation Centre"
A photo circulating on Facebook in Nigeria appears to show President Muhammadu Buhari shaking hands with the nation’s Code of Conduct Bureau Chairman Mohammed Isa while both men are wearing face masks a seeming flouting of precautions during the novel coronavirus pandemic. This is not what happened. The image was doctored using an old photo, taken long before the pandemic. The image was used in several Facebook posts, including this one by Scannews, which has…"President Buhari’s Picture Doctored To Add Face Masks To Deceive Nigerians"
The National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed five new cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria. Three new cases were confirmed in FCT, and two in Oyo state This brings the total number of confirmed cases in Nigeria to 70. However, three have been discharged, with one death recorded so far. According to NCDC, “As at 8:00 pm 27th March, there are 70 confirmed cases 3 discharged 1 death For a breakdown of cases by…"Nigeria cases jump to 70 as NCDC confirms five new cases"
Bauchi Governor Bala Mohammed has assured he is sound, calm and in good spirit despite been infected with coronavirus. He however regretted not been there to perform his duty, which is to serve the indigenes of the state due to his condition. The governor tested positive to COVID-19 and has been on self-isolation, which will last for 14 days. A close friend of the governor, whose identity is yet to be ascertained, also tested positive…"I feel good, says Bauchi Gov after COVID-19 infection"
Vudu Innermost Production singer, Vudumane returns with the official music video for his song “ShoeSize” featuring Zlatan ibile ( Produced by PRAISBEATZ ) which was released some couple of Weeks ago. The song which has already become the fans favorite, attracting the attention of both up and coming artists across the country and beyond with several covers released, has finally been given a music video treat. You can watch and download “ShoeSize” video below and check out the website’s homepage for…"[Video] Vudumane – “ShoeSize” ft. Zlatan"
South African Superstar, Nasty C, signs to Def Jam Records and releases first single under the label titled. “There They Go” SOUTH AFRICAN SUPERSTAR NASTY C – THE MOST-STREAMED RAPPER IN AFRICA – SIGNS TO DEF JAM RECORDINGS “THERE THEY GO,” DEBUT DEF JAM SINGLE, PREMIERES TODAY WITH EBRO ON APPLE MUSIC BEATS1 NEW ALBUM “ZULU MAN WITH SOME POWER” SET FOR RELEASE VIA DEF JAM IN 2020. “It’s powerful to be a part of the Def…"[ Video] Nasty C – “There They Go”"
Controversial Nigerian cross dresser, Okuneye Idris Olarenwaju aka Bobrisky says it is funny how people now solicit financial help online amid the coronavirus crisis. While sharing this, he took to his Instagram page to ask if this virus is a christmas period because everyone keep asking him for coronavirus money. See what he posted below:-"“Is COVID-19 A Christmas Period? Why Are People Asking For Corona Money?” – Bobrisky"
The Kano State Government said no fewer than nine suspected cases of COVID-19 in the state have tested negative. The Commissioner for Health, Amina lbrahim Tsanyawa, made this known at a press conference on Friday. According to him, from the test conducted, Kano remain free from the dreaded disease. He explained that the state government will not relent in its efforts in taking all necessary measures to prevent Kano residents from the virus. Tsanyawa, further…"COVID-19: Nine suspected cases test negative in Kano"
The United Kingdom is exploring flight options to evacuate its nationals willing to leave Nigeria. The British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Ms Catriona Laing, disclosed this on Friday. She said the decision was necessitated by “the rapidly changing situation in the region and recent airport closures” over the coronavirus pandemic. The envoy, who said this in a statement on the UK High Commission’s twitter, noted that the commission had decided to reduce the number of…"COVID-19:UK plans to evacuate Britons in Nigeria"
A Federal High Court in Lagos has sentenced a gateman, James Paul Tuksa, to 20 years imprisonment for terrorism, threat to life and fraud. Justice Ayokunle Faji sentenced Tuksa on three counts of the charge: 10 years for terrorism, five years for threat to life and another five years for fraud. The sentences will run concurrently, the judge said, meaning Tuksa will spend only a maximum of 10 years in jail. The sentence takes effect…"Gateman bags 20 years for terrorism"