Telemundo: Law of the Heart 2 August 2021 Teasers

Law of the Heart 2 Teasers October 2021

Coming up in Law of the Heart 2 in August. Sunday 1 August 2021 Julia tells Maria Cristina that she needs to get Pato out of her life. Maria is outraged that her daughter is trying to get involved in her love life. Monday 2 August 2021 The judge puts Elías under house arrest. Meanwhile, Santiago and Emilia’s taxi driver alerts the police to their suspicious behaviour. Tuesday 3 August 2021 Macarena prepares a romantic meal for Adela, and tells her that she is going to fight so that the two of…

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Buhari’s Son, Yusuf Becomes Talban Daura

Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari’s son, Yusuf is now a traditional title holder in Daura, Kastina State. On Tuesday, Senior Special Assistant on Media to the President, Garba Shehu shared a picture of him and the newly turbaned Yusuf. “With Yusuf Buhari, just named Talban Daura and Musa Daura, the Dan (Son of) Madamin Daura”, he posted on Facebook. The Talban Daura is a top traditional position in Daura Emirate of Katsina State, reports say.  

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Telemundo: False Identity 2 August 2021 Teasers

False Identity 2 August 2021 Teasers

Helloo Telemundo fans, check out what will be showing on False Identity 2 in August. Sunday 1 August 2021 Fernanda is ready to pay a visit to Salas, taking Father Rafael as her accomplice. They gamble on a hazardous strategy, aiming to mislead everyone. Monday 2 August 2021 Intent on seeing Amanda, Diego and Ricas show Mateo a court order. But tension mounts when Corona tells Ramona to keep the girl from her relatives. Tuesday 3 August 2021 Learning about the existence of Diego’s self-defence group, Mateo Corona decides on…

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Eid-el Kabir: Odumosu Assures Adequate Security, Leads Officers to Clear Kara Bridge Gridlock

In preparation for hitch free Eid-el Kabir celebration, the Lagos State Police Command has restrategised and deployed adequate human and material resources with a view to fortifying security across the state before, during and after the festive period. This is contained in a statement signed by CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the Command’s spokesman and made available to NAOSRE. According to Adejobi, the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, made the assurance today, Monday 19th July, 2021, during a security meeting with the Area Commnaders, Divisional Police Officers, Heads of…

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JUST IN: BBNaija Season 6 Announces Premiere Date, Double Launch Show

All is now set for the premiere of BBNaija seaaon 6, Africa’s biggest reality TV show, Big Brother Naija (BBNaija), this July. This follows the conclusion of the open call auditions in May. Abeg is the headline sponsor of Big Brother Naija season 6 and associate sponsor is Patricia. For its sixth season, BBNaija will feature a special double launch show on Saturday, 24 July and Sunday, 25 July 2021. Both shows will air from 7pm on DStv channel 198 and GOtv channel 29 with a simulcast on Africa Magic…

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Pilot Survives as Nigeria Fighter Jet Crashes After Bandits Attack

Pilot Survives As Nigeria Fighter Jet The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has revealed how one of its pilots survived an air crash after an attack by bandits on the boundaries of Zamfara and Kaduna State. In a statement signed on Monday by Director of Public Relations and Information, Air Commodore Edward Gabkwet, the pilot identified as Flight Lieutenant Abayomi Dairo survived after he successfully ejected from the aircraft. “On 18 July 2021, at about 12.45 pm, a Nigerian Air Force (NAF) Alpha Jet aircraft, returning from a successful air interdiction mission…

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Why We Didn’t Approve Herbal Medicine for COVID-19 Treatment – NAFDAC

Fake Hand Sanitizers

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has given reasons why it has yet to approve any herbal medicine for the treatment of COVID-19. This is contained in a statement signed by the agency resident Media Consultant, Mr Olusayo Akintola, and issued to newsmen on Sunday, in Abuja. The statement quoted Prof Moji Adeyeye, NAFDAC Director-General, as saying that “no single drug has been found yet to cure COVID -19”. Adeyeye also warned Nigerians against excessive consumption of onions and garlic with a view to curing…

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Toast to Women in Leadership: Linda Ikeji Pays Courtesy Visit to Fidelity Bank MD

Women in Leadership

Two beautiful amazons and consummate professionals in their respective fields of endeavor (banking and media) met in what many have described as a toast to women in leadership to not only explore business opportunities, but also to lend their voice to the ongoing conversation about women empowerment. Fidelity Bank CEO, Mrs Onyeali-Ikpe accompanied by top female management staff on Tuesday in Lagos received the Chief Executive Officer, LIB TV, Linda Ikeji, who paid a courtesy visit to the bank. The purpose of the visit was also to strengthen the existing…

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Optimism of Francophone’s Strategic Cooperation Against Insurgency as Buratai Resumes in Tthe Republic of Benin

National Association of Online Security Reporters  (NAOSRE) in this piece, cast a diagnostic review and analyses of the appointment of General Tukur Buratai as Ambassador to the Republic of Benin. The association predicts sound health resulting in a reinvigorated diplomatic relationship between Nigeria and its Francophone neighbour, capable of checking illegal arms and ammunition smuggling that fuel insurgency in Nigeria Judging by Standard Performance Evaluation, SPV, even the most incurable cynics, among public affairs analysts, cannot help but attest to the fact that Lieutenant General Tukur Buratai (retd) was a…

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Senegal Asks Citizens to Avoid Travelling For Eid Over Virus Risk

Senegal

After daily record numbers of Covid-19 infections in recent days, Senegalese health officials recommended Thursday that people refrain from traveling for the Eid al-Adha Muslim festival set to take place next week. In social media posts, health minister Abdoulaye Diouf Sarr recommended mask-wearing at all times and avoiding “movement and travel during the Tabaski festival”, as the holiday is known in west and central Africa. Families typically mark Tabaski by gathering for a sacrifice, and may travel long distances in crowded cars and buses for the occasion. Diouf Sarr also…

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