Coronavirus Outbreak Is Teaching The World Humility, Says WHO Director-General, Agrees With TB Joshua’s Prophecy

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Coronavirus Outbreak Is Teaching The World Humility, Says WHO Director-General, Agrees With TB Joshua’s Prophecy     The Director-General of the World Health Organisation (WHO), Dr. Tedros Ghebreysus, has declared the coronavirus outbreak is “time for humility”, echoing the 2020 prophecy of Nigerian cleric TB Joshua. On Monday 18th May 2020, Ghebreyesus, whilst addressing world leaders who had gathered for the first virtual session of the World Health Assembly amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, announced, “If this virus is teaching us anything, it’s humility. Time for humility.” The former Ethiopian Minister of…

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Sanwo-Olu Gives New Guidelines As Lagos Enters Next Phase Of Lockdown Ease

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Sanwo-Olu Gives New Guidelines As Lagos Enters Next Phase Of Lockdown Ease     As Lagos state begins the second phase of the gradual easing of the lockdown, governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu has given new guidelines that would hasten and guarantee the safety of residents and contain the spread of the coronavirus. Governor Sanwo-Olu says a register will be opened to ensure inspection of businesses and compliance with physical distancing rules before the lockdown can be lifted totally. He also called for special considerations for the elderly while he explained that he’s…

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Nigeria Records 193 Fresh Cases Of COVID-19

193 Fresh Cases

Nigeria Records 193 Fresh Cases Of COVID-19     Nigeria has recorded 193 fresh cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections to 5162. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) confirmed the new figures in a tweet late Thursday. According to the NCDC, 58 of the new cases were in Lagos, 46 were recorded in Kano, 35in Jigawa, and 12 in Yobe state. Nine cases were recorded in the FCT while 7 others were recorded in Ogun. Plateau and Gombe had five new cases each, four cases were…

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Dokpesi Recovers From Coronavirus, Discharged

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Dokpesi Recovers From Coronavirus, Discharged     Founder of DAAR Communications, Raymond Dokpesi Snr, has won the battle against the dreaded coronavirus and has been discharged from the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Gwagwalada Isolation Centre. In a personally signed statement, the media mogul revealed that he has been discharged from the COVID-19 treatment centre at Gwagwalada, FCT-Abuja. He appreciated all those who reached out to him and his family while they were in isolation/treatment. Dokpesi and some of his family members tested positive for the coronavirus infection about two…

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Tanzania’s Handling Of Coronavirus Highlights President Magufuli’s Relationship With TB Joshua

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Tanzania’s Handling Of Coronavirus Highlights President Magufuli’s Relationship With TB Joshua     The respected Pan-African magazine ‘The Africa Report’ has written a detailed report on Tanzania’s unique approach to the coronavirus pandemic, citing the faith of its President John Magufuli and his relationship with Nigerian Pastor, TB Joshua as a mitigating factor. With just months to go to the end of his first term, Magufuli is making global headlines as his administration continues its unusual approach to controlling COVID-19 within its borders. On May 3, Tanzania’s head of state…

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‘Win Cool N40k!’ Soundfactory Joins War Against Hunger, Offers Giveaway

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‘Win Cool N40k!’ Soundfactory Joins War Against Hunger, Offers Giveaway     As the coronavirus pandemic spreads like wildfire and with its attendant economic meltdown, SoundFactory, an ingenious consumer music company which specializes in using music as a strategic tool to build brands and deepen their relationship with consumers, has joined the war against hunger and created a win-win plan for willing Nigerians to help cushion one of the negative effects of a lockdown. Here is the opportunity for two lucky candidates to smile to the bank with N20,000 (twenty…

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Buhari Mandates Pick Up Of Madagascar’s COVID-19 Herbal Drug

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President Muhammadu Buhari has mandates that Madagascar’s COVID-19 herbal drug sent for Nigeria be picked up in Guinea-Bissau. This was disclosed by the secretary to the government of the federation, Boss Mustapha on Monday during the daily briefing of the COVID-19 task force. Boss Mustapha, said the product, which is currently in Guinea-Bissau, would soon be freighted to Nigeria and subjected to all necessary validations before usage. He said: “With respect to the Madagascar syrup, it has been freighted to Guinea-Bissau by the President of Madagascar. “Certain allocations have been made to…

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Breaking: Nigeria Records New 386 COVID-19 Cases

Nigeria Records Fresh 386

Breaking: Nigeria Records New 386 COVID-19 Cases     Nigeria has recorded fresh 386 COVID-19 cases on Friday making the total number of cases 3,912. This is the highest number of new cases recorded in a day. The Nigeria Centre For Disease Control (NCDC), confirmed the update via its official Twitter handle on Friday night. Of the 386, the NCDC said  176 were reported in Lagos, 65 in Kano, 31 in Katsina, 20 in the FCT, and 17 in Borno. The NCDC also noted that 679 of the 3,912 cases…

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

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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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Nigeria Records 381 New COVID-19 Cases, Total Now 3,526

Nigeria Records 381 New

Nigeria Records 381 New COVID-19 Cases, Total Now 3,526     Nigeria has recorded 381 new COVID-19 cases which brings the total number of infections in the country to 3,56. The Nigeria Center for Disease Control(NCDC), gave the update in a tweet on Thursday night. Of the new cases, 183 are in Lagos, 55 are in Kano, 44 in Jigawa while 19 each are in Zamfara and Bauchi. A breakdown of cases by state can be found via https://t.co/Z5x7UFFOyD#TakeResponsibility pic.twitter.com/KMzJkVV4qp — NCDC (@NCDCgov) May 7, 2020

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