I Delivered Before Flight Attendants Arrived, Says Woman Who Delivered Aboard UAE

Woman Who Delivered

The Nigerian passenger who delivered a baby boy aboard a United Arab Emirates (UAE) flight en route Lagos, Mrs Kafayat Omoshalewa Amusan yesterday narrated her ordeal, saying she delivered her baby before flight attendants could get to her. In an exclusive telephone interview from her hospital bed in Dubai, Kafayat, a 32-year indigene of Ibeju Lekki in Lagos had desired to come home to have her third baby in Nigeria on or before May 30, but for flight cancellations. Narrating her Labour experience aboard the Emirates Airline flight evacuating 256 Nigerians from…

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Yekini, Okwaraji’s Mothers To Get N30,000 Monthly Stipends – NFF

Stipends

The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) has placed the mothers of late Super Eagles stars, Rashidi Yekini and Samuel Okwaraji on monthly stipends of N30,000. According to a tweet on the NFF official Twitter handle, the move is in furtherance to, and in appreciation of the Minister of Sports, Mr. Sunday Dare’s efforts at helping the mothers of the duo. “In furtherance to, and in appreciation of, the recent pronouncement of the HM Sports @SundayDareSD to put the mothers of late ex-internationals Sam Okwaraji and Rashidi Yekini on a monthly stipend, the NFF…

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British-Nigerian Rapper ‘TY’ Ben Chijioke Dies From Coronavirus

Ben Chijioke

British-Nigerian Rapper ‘TY’ Ben Chijioke Dies From Coronavirus     British rapper Ty, who was nominated for the prestigious Mercury music prize, has died after contracting coronavirus, according to a fundraising page set up to support him. Stars including Roots Manuva paid tribute to the 47-year-old Londoner, real name Ben Chijioke, who died on Thursday. Ty released his debut album “Awkward” in 2001, the first of five. His follow-up, “Upward”, was nominated for the Mercury in 2004 alongside Amy Winehouse. Roots Manuva, who collaborated with the rapper, tweeted on Thursday:…

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The Church Is Back On Its Feet, Anyone Who Hates To See That Dies – Declares Bishop Oyedepo

Bishop Oyedepo

The Church Is Back On Its Feet, Anyone Who Hates To See That Dies – Declares Bishop Oyedepo     Founder and presiding Bishop of Living Faith Church aka Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, has once again kicked against the continuous closure of churches across the nation due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Two days ago, the clergyman kicked against the Federal government allowing markets to open while keeping churches shut. Speaking at the church’s headquarters in Otta, Ogun state this morning, Oyedepo declared that churches are now open and that anyone…

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Unity Bank Resumes Forex Sales to Customers

Unity Bank Resumes Forex Sales to Customers   Unity Bank Plc has received supply of foreign exchange (forex) from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to adequately meet eligible demands from customers. We therefore wish to assure our customers that there is sufficient forex provision to meet legitimate needs. Customers are encouraged to come forward with their respective demands.

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