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“Please Stay At Home” – Toyin Abraham Begs Fans Over #Coronavirus

Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham, has begged her fans to stay at home due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The 35-year-old made the plea when she shared some statistics regarding the outbreak in Nigeria from the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) on Instagram on Tuesday.

“Stay at home fam. The numbers are increasing,” she wrote.

The Okafor’s Law actress announced on Monday that she has postponed the release of her movie, Fate of Alakada due to the outbreak.

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Energy

IOCs Relocation Order And Okowa’s Politics of Development

What’s crucial about a vision is not its originality but how well it serves the interests of important constituencies-and how easily it can be translated into a realistic competitive strategy.-John P kotter, Professor of Leadership at Harvard Business School

By contrast, if a visit is presently made to the coastal areas of Delta state, and analysis/report of such visit placed side by side with documented accounts of deprivation, degradation and abandonment that formerly characterized the region, it will, however, reveal something fundamentally new and different about the crisis in the region; justifies the belief that creative concepts of leaders can bring both disruptive and constructive aspect; and authenticates the conviction that leader’s action and inaction laced with capacity to shatter set patterns of thinking, threaten the status quo, or at the very least stir up people’s anxieties.

Indeed, the ongoing development of the region cannot in anyways be attributed to guesswork but a decision process built on right judgement and supported by rational inferences basically different from mathematical probability process. Even more, from the strategic implication of developing the coastal areas of the state, it is evident that establishing policies, strategies, or authority are not the major challenges confronting a leader but how to nurture and sustain them.

As a background, separate from the communal rights to a clean environment and access to clean water supplies being violated, and oil industry abandonment of thousands of polluted sites in the region which need to be identified and studied in details and affected communities adequately compensated for their losses, it is no longer news that Niger Delta as a region increasingly faces socioeconomic difficulties with no good means of survival.

Also, since oil was discovered in commercial quantity in Nigeria, the region have encountered a fierce war that raged between ethnic and social forces-and as a direct consequence, a long dark shadow has been cast on the efforts to improve the well-being and economic development of the region’s individual, peoples and community.

This challenge was further fed by a double fold factor; the concentration of solution resulting from exploration and production activities in a mono source and the Federal Government timidity to hold the International Oil Companies (IOCs) accountable for their misdeeds. This is made a horrifying development in parts because they were so contrary to what the people of the region expected.

Certainly, if one had visited the Coastal areas of Delta state before the 29th of May 2015 date, he/she may have concluded that the area was a location that has apparently never heard of civilization. But under Governor Okowa’s administration, the people are coming to understand that education and infrastructural development of an area are best tools for shaping the future of the people, and not devices for an exclusive priviledged few. 

For one thing, Okowa has shown that strategic success cannot be reduced to a formula, nor can one become a strategic thinker by reading a book, but, through constant demonstration of competence, connection and character.

As an illustration, Mulade Sheriff, a coastal dweller and National Cordinator, the Center for Peace and Environmental Justice (CEPEJ), during an interview with the Ika Weekly Newspaper, a weekly tabloid based in Delta state; stated that the age-long excuse by previous administration that the coastal region cannot be developed because the terrain is marshy-a feature that renders construction difficult if not impossible, can no longer be sustained. Adding that the Governor being a God sent, used his politics of development to send such excuse to the dustbin of history. The region, he added is now blessed with appreciable level of good/internal road networks and other infrastructural development- a feat that qualifies the Governor as the first to give a sense of belonging to the people of the region.

With this development, the people of the region seem certain to make an increasing contribution to development of the state as a handful of them can now afford the luxury of education and access to good amenities. It is clear in hindsight that the Governor’s effort will not only give the people sense to feel that they have a governor that cares but act as a technique to support the people understand the Governor’s vision.

On the other hands, like every new invention which comes with opportunities and challenges, the Senate’s recent order on February 18 that the International Oil Companies (IOCs) should relocate their headquarters from Abuja and Lagos to their former base in the Niger Delta region, is another helping hand that if implemented, will expiate FG’s sins of  neglect of the region,  threaten the status quo, and stir up anxiety among the International Oil Companies operating in the region who sees call for participation in Corporate Social Responsibility(CSR) in their host communities as a dangerous fiction designed to rip the operators off.

To explain, it was in the news that  Chairman of the Senate Committee on Ethics, Priviledges and Public Petition, Senator Ayo Akinyelure, at a public hearing with the Peace Development, Security and Humanitarian Rights Association of Niger Delta, which had petitioned the upper chamber of the National Assembly to seek amends on the matter, directed the IOCs to relocate their corporate headquarters to the Niger Delta region without further delay-noting that relocating their headquarters to the oil producing areas would boost the internally generated revenues of the host states through taxation.

Arguably a well considered decision. Particularly as Nigerians with critical interest have in different times and places argued that the Headquarters of International Oil Companies (IOCs) and government agency such as the National Oil Spill Detection and Response Agency (NOSDRA), Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) and its subsidiaries have no business being in Abuja or Lagos since the chunk of its responsibility is in the Niger Delta region.

By this decision, the senate leadership has in my views, established the passion for their purpose, led with their hearts as well as their head; they have re-engineered a long term, meaningful relationships between the operators and the people of the region. From this effort, it will not be out of place to classify them to a group Bill George, Peter Sims and Andrew N. Mclean, in their academic research addressed as authentic leaders.

The reasons are compelling; separate from empowering more people in the  host communities with thousands of business opportunity around the move if executed, there are historical examples with vivid images to support the fact that their relocation will not only open up the region but bring about massive infrastructural deployment in the area.

Consider the striking quality in intensity, dept of commitment and sincerity in activities of the Egbema/Gbaramatu Communities Development Foundation, a Chevron Nigeria Limited Regional Host Communities Development initiative, with a template that deals directly with the host community; and has within the period of it’s existence brought consciousness of leadership, dedication and a sense of destiny to the people of the region.

From the above experience, the question may be asked; if Chevron could demonstrate such form of good neighborliness when its corporate headquarters is located in faraway Lagos, what will the experience look like if sited in Warri West Local Government Area of Delta state-an area that functions as its largest operational base?

While the people of the Niger Delta awaits the implementation of this directive by the senate committee, it is important to remind Governor Okowa and of course the IOCs that more more work needs to be done and more reforms to be made especially in the area of employment generation.

Jerome-Mario Utomi (jeromeutomi@yahoo.com), is a Lagos-Based Media Consultant.

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Moment Nigerian Lady Was Spotted M*sturbating With Huge Stick In Uncompleted Building [VIDEO]

A video currently making rounds on social media shows a Nigerian girl giving herself s£xual pleasure with a big stick while filming herself.

The video which lasted for only a few seconds was recorded in an uncompleted building.

This sad video and others that have been popping up in recent times show how low morality has degenerated in this generation.

Due to our in-house policy, we cannot upload the video, but you can CLICK HERE to watch it.

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Breaking Health

BREAKING: #Coronavirus Result For Bauchi Governor, Bala Mohammed Is Released

Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed has tested negative to the coronavirus.

The people of Bauchi state celebrated having waited anxiously for the test results of the Governor.

It was reported that the governor had announced on Monday (yesterday) that he was isolating himself following contacts with Mohammed Atiku, son to former Vice President Atiku Abubakar.

Atiku’s son had tested positive to the dreaded coronavirus and the Bauchi governor and some members of his entourage had made contacts with him abode a plane in Lagos .

Nigerians have however raised their concerns on the Governor defying the isolation rule.

Many feared the Governor is still unsafe as the symptoms of the disease usually manifest 5 days after infection.

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Health

EXTREMIST PROPENSITIES: Don’t Be More Muslim Than Prophet Muhammad — MURIC Tells Muslims Insisting On Going To Mosques

The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has warned Muslims against contravening the ban on religious gatherings over the outbreak of coronavirus in the country.

In a statement released by the group’s director Ishaq Akintola, Muslims in the country were asked to adhere to the restrictions on public assembly.

The group which pointed out that Saudi Arabia cancelled all Jumu‘ah prayers and also suspended Umrah for the first time in history, warned all faithfuls against being “more Muslim than Muhammad.”

MURIC reiterated that Islam is religion of moderation which does not encourage extremism, as the curse of Allah is upon extremists.

The statement reads;

“In spite of government’s efforts at sensitizing the general public on the need to shun gatherings, many Muslims are still calling our office asking us to speak against the ban on public gatherings so that they could observe Jumu‘ah service.

“Let us make our position clear on this. MURIC will not support any Muslim group or individual found contravening the ban on public assembly because the ban is in the best interest of citizens. It is not targeted at any religious group.

“Saudi Arabia cancelled all Jumu‘ah prayers. It also suspended ‘Umrah. For the first time in history, nobody is performing tawaaf at the Haram. In Kuwait, adhan (call to prayer) has been changed from ‘Come for prayer’ (haya ala al-salat) to ‘Pray in your houses (soluu fii buyuutikunm). But here in Nigeria we still find a handful of Muslims who insist on conducting Jumu’ah service. Do we want to be more Muslim than Muhammad (peace be upon him)?

“MURIC warns against extremist propensities. We all can see where Boko Haram has taken us. It started from little excesses like this. Islam is a religion of moderation. It is dangerous phenomena like Corona Virus that the Glorious Qur’an warned us against when it said ‘Do not make your hands contribute to your own destruction, but do good for Allah loves those who do good (Wa laa tulquu biaydiikunm ila al-tahlukah, Qur’an 2:195).

“We Muslims must face reality. The manner of congregational salat inside the mosque has all the likelihoods of infection. We stand shoulder to shoulder and feet to feet. There must be no gap between a worshipper and the man standing next to him. On the contrary, health experts recommend at least one meter between persons in social interaction in order to prevent infection.

“MURIC urges all Muslims to see government’s instructions on Covid-19 as necessary and beneficial to them. It is therefore in their best interest to cooperate. Zuhr prayers should be offered at home in place of Jumu’ah. The same may be done with the five congregational prayers where the number of those in the mosque is more than 20. However, we strongly advise praying daily salat at home with members of the family as domestic jama’ah.”

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Breaking Health

BREAKING: China Reports 78 New Cases Of #Coronavirus

On Tuesday March 24 Chinese authorities reported 78 new cases of coronavirus, leading to fear of a second wave of infection as a vast majority of the new cases came from overseas.

Wuhan, the epicentre where the virus emerged last year recorded its first new case in nearly a week. Three other local infections were also reported elsewhere in the country.

AFP reported that China’s National Health Commission said seven more people died, all in Wuhan.

The imported cases confirmed on Tuesday were the highest since officials started reporting the data at the beginning of March, and nearly double those reported Monday March 23. While the virus has killed more than 16,000 people worldwide, the tally of imported cases in China has soared to 427.

All Beijing-bound international flights are being diverted to other cities where they will be screened for the virus. There have now been over 81,000 cases in China, and the death toll has reached 3,277.

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Breaking

BREAKING: Nigerian Female Senator Dies In United Kingdom

Cross River Female Senator, representing Northern Senatorial District of the state, Dr Mrs Rose Okoji Oko is dead. She was aged 63.

The late Senator Oko, who died last night at a UK medical facility, was a second term member of the Red Chamber of the National Assembly and the serving chairman, Senate Committee on Trade and Investment.

A close aide of the late Senator, who confirmed expressed shock and sadness.

A close relative, Mr Patrick Ikorgor Okoroji speaking about he demise said, “Heart broken to hear of the passing of my dear Cousin Senator Dr Rose Okoji Oko after a long fought battle with physical affliction.

“You gave your best to your world now that it has pleased the Almighty God to call you home may your soul find eternal rest in Heaven.
Adieu, Distinguished Senator Dr Rose Okoji Oko.”

Rose Okoji Oko, was born on September 27, 1956 is a Nigerian politician and senator. She was a Member of the Federal House of Representatives from the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP), representing Yala/Ogoja Federal Constituency in Nigeria’s 7th class of the National Assembly.

She was elected into office as the first female representative from her constituency in June 2011 and sat as Deputy Chairman House Committee on Education.

She is the current Senator representing the people of Cross River North Senatorial District. She was elected into office as the first female representative from her Senatorial District in June 2015, which is remarkable. And re-elected in 2019.

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BREAKING: Jubilation As Man United Ready To Sign Odion Ighalo For £15m

Manchester United are ready to sign Odion Ighalo for up to £15million this summer after it emerged the Nigerian striker’s loan runs out on May 31

According to Sportsmail report, Ighalo’s temporary move from Shanghai Shenhua is set to end a month earlier than most loan deals.

United may have to negotiate an extension with the Chinese club if the Premier League season — on hold until the end of April —continues into June, although world players’ union FIFPro is working on a solution to the contract uncertainty caused by the coronavirus crisis.

Either way, there is already a willingness at Old Trafford to sign Ighalo permanently after the former Watford striker scored four goals in his first eight matches.

Shanghai are prepared to sell Ighalo and have put a £15m valuation on the player, who will be 31 in June. They did not ask for a loan fee in January because United agreed to contribute £130,000 a week towards Ighalo’s wages of £300,000 a week.

Ighalo was initially seen as a stop-gap signing after United failed with a bid to bring in Bournemouth’s Josh King on deadline day.

However, he has impressed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer with his performances after having to train alone due to concerns over his arrival from Shanghai at the height of the coronavirus outbreak in China.

Discussing his contract situation at the weekend, Ighalo said: ‘Talking about other things now would not only be selfish but terribly insensitive.

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Health

How Man Dies After Self-Medicating With Chloroquine Phosphate To Treat Deadly #Coronavirus Disease

A Phoenix-area man is dead and his wife is under critical care after the two took chloroquine phosphate – an additive used to clean fish tanks – in an attempt to self-medicate for the coronavirus.

Within 30 minutes of taking chloroquine phosphate, the man in his 60s experienced “immediate effects” and had to be admitted to a nearby Banner Health hospital, the medical system in Arizona said in a press release Monday.

His wife, also in her 60s, is in critical condition after taking the additive, which is used in aquariums to kill some organisms, like algae, that may harm fish.

Chloroquine has been touted by President Donald Trump as a possible treatment for Covid-19, but it’s also “an additive commonly used at aquariums to clean fish tanks,” Banner Health said in a statement. Chloroquine is approved by the Food and Drug Administration for treating malaria, lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. But the FDA has not approved it to treat the coronavirus.

The man’s wife told NBC News she’d watched press briefings where Trump talked about the potential benefits of chloroquine — and she recalled the name from the treatment she used on her koi fish.

“I saw it sitting on the back shelf and thought, ‘Hey, isn’t that the stuff they’re talking about on TV?,’” she told the outlet on the condition of anonymity.

The couple mixed a small amount of their fish treatment with a liquid and drank it as a way to prevent the coronavirus, she said.

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Health

#Covid19: Federal Government Orders Civil Servants To Stay At home From Today

The Federal Government has ordered civil servants to stay at home from Tuesday, 24 March, as the battle against Coronavirus was ramped up.

Head of Service, Folasade Yemi-Esan, in a memo said all civil servants from grade level one to 12 should work from home. Lagos gave the same order on Sunday.

For the senior civil servants coming to work, she ordered them to limit visitors

The head of service said government is concerned about the welfare and safety of all public servants just as it was about other Nigerians.

“All public servants are, therefore, strongly advised to follow the measures being put in place by government to curtail the spread of the pandemic,” she said.

“As a further step to check the spread of COVID-19, all non-essential public servants on grade level 12 and below are to work from home with effect from Tuesday 24th March, 2020 until further notice.”

Earlier on Monday, the Federal Government ordered the total closure of all its land borders to halt the spread of the pandemic.

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WHO: No Cure Yet For #Coronavirus

There is currently no treatment that has been proven to be effective against COVID-19,” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the World Health Organisation director-general said on Monday.

At a virtual news conference in Geneva, Tedros warned against the use of drugs not shown to work against the disease.

His remarks came as the number of deaths soared past 15,000, with more than 341,000 people infected worldwide.

“Using untested medicines without the right evidence could raise false hope and even do more harm than good,” he said.

Among other things, countries are looking at using antimalarial drugs as a treatment against the new coronavirus.

He praised the great energy being put into research and development to find a vaccine and of drugs to treat COVID-19.

He said there were “alarming” reports of large numbers of infections among health workers.

Protecting them from the virus should be a top priority because otherwise “many people will die because the health worker who could have saved their lives is sick,” he said.

Tedros believes the new coronavirus pandemic is “accelerating”, but said it is still possible to change its trajectory by going on the attack.

“The pandemic is accelerating,” he said.

He said it took 67 days from the beginning of the outbreak in China in December for the virus to infect the first 100,000 people worldwide.

In comparison, it took 11 days for the second 100,000 cases and just four days for the third 100,000 cases, he said.

It took 67 days from the beginning of the outbreak in China in December for the virus to infect the first 100,000 people worldwide. In comparison, it took 11 days for the second 100,000 cases and just four days for the third 100,000 case.

The number of officially recorded cases is believed to represent only a fraction of the true number of infections, with many countries only testing the most severe cases in need of hospitalisation.

“We are not helpless bystanders. We can change the trajectory of this pandemic,” Tedros said.

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Health News

“PMB’s Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari Is Seriously Sick, Suspectedly Has #Covid19”

A fresh report by SaharaReporters has claimed that President, Muhammadu Buhari’s Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari, is seriously sick, and suspected to have gotten coronavirus.

According to the media outlet, Kyari has been seriously “down” since returning from a trip to Egypt and Germany.

Egypt has 327 confirmed cases of Coronavirus and 14 deaths while Germany has 29,056 infections and 123 deaths.

The report went further to state that though Kyari is coughing severely, he is still attending meetings including with Buhari, Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, ministers and other members of the Federal Executive Council.

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“Get Ready For Tough Measures” – FG Tells Nigerians

The Federal Government of Nigeria on Monday has asked Nigerians to prepare for tough measures as the deadly disease, Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection ravage the country.

The measures might include restrictions and forced enforcement of the directives against politicians, religious leaders and states treating COVID-19 with levity.

It was also learnt that there will also be draconian steps on those infected but who refused to report for test.

The government also said it might use the military and the Police for contact tracing of  more than 1,300 people  who have dissolved into the society.

The government said with the likely multiplication of infected people every five days, hundreds of thousands of people would have been affected.

It said the designated centres have been receiving 4,500 calls a day.

The government reiterated that Nigeria has recorded its first coronavirus death, a 67-year-old man in Abuja with serious underlying diseases.

It also confirmed that COVID-19 cases have risen to 36 in the country.

It said henceforth all passengers on domestic flights are to be properly screened as it is done for international travellers.

Notwithstanding, the Federal Government said President Buhari has assured Nigerians that the government is on top of the situation and that there is no cause for panic.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed gave the government’s position while inaugurating a three-day per week Situation Report Programme.

He said: “As to whether or not we are going to lockdown the country, I think, we should prepare for tougher measures. The form it is going to take will come out either before the end of today or by tomorrow. But clearly, Nigerians should be ready for tougher measures.

“By the end of today, there are certain decisions that will be announced by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19. We won’t rule out restrictions for civil servants.

At our meeting today, we did make a lot of recommendations which if approved will actually affect all our lifestyles. Don’t forget that it is because we are alive that we can worship; it is because we can dictate certain things.

“We have heard all kinds of opinions that we are trampling on the fundamental rights of our citizens. No. We are protecting the lives of citizens. We must also be ready to suffer some inconveniences to be alive.”

Mohammed said the government was on the trail of more than 1,300 persons suspected to have come into contact with those infected or already infected.

He said: “We need the cooperation of all Nigerians in the area of ‘contact tracing’. As you may be aware, health services use ‘contact tracing’ to find people who may have been exposed to an infectious disease, in this case coronavirus. Those who have come into close contact with others who have coronavirus are at higher risk of infection, and of potentially infecting others. For those who will not cooperate by submitting to the authorities, as required, the government will use all lawful means at its disposal to trace and bring them in.

“Having now shut our gateway airports, the biggest assignment for us is ‘contact tracing’ to find all those who may have come into contact with those who have the disease.

“If we do proper contact tracing, the figure could be higher. As of Thursday, Lagos State was tracing about 1,300people. Today , the figure is going to be much more than that. Lagos State has succeeded in tracing hundreds of people.

“We will not hesitate to use any platform, including the military and the police to enforce social distancing. And to ensure that proper tracing is done because we are talking of a  situation where,  if we do not take time, there are several hundreds of thousand infected.

“If we don’t do proper contact tracing, the figures will multiply every five days. Which means if you have 1,000 cases today, in a month it  becomes  6,000 or even more. That is why it is important for us to embark on contact tracing. Again,  I think Nigerians, like  I keep saying,  must take ownership of this  crisis, they must cooperate with the government. And the government can only go as far as the cooperation they receive from Nigerians.

“A situation where you know just came back from the US, UK or France, you do not go on self-isolation and the next thing is you go to a pub or night club, you are not only endangering your life and that of your family, you are endangering the lives of Nigerians. That

“That is why I said we will not hesitate to use whatever platform  to ensure that you do not endanger the lives of other people.”

He pleaded with Nigerians not to underrate the spread of COVID-19 under any guise.

He warned politicians and religious leaders against flouting the directives of the government on the containment of COVID-19.

He said: “Like I said, Coronavirus does not distinguish between the rich and the poor or the high and the low. All of us should heed to the advice. That is, if we travel and come back, we should go into self -isolation. The Federal Government is ready to enforce this self-isolation.

“On total lockdown., we must first of all understand that this is not a disease that is indigenous to Nigerians. Every case we have had so far was imported.

‘However if we do not succeed in contact tracing, we might end up with a situation where we will start having cluster or community strips. That is what we are trying to avoid by contact tracing.

“On religious  leaders that are not taking this COVID-19 seriously, it is not only here. I think and I hope we are going to learn from Korea. The high rate of  incidents in South Korea was actually as a result of what happened at a particular religious sect.

“We have had not just religious leaders, some political leaders are making fun of government directive. As for religious leaders, we can handle them because we believe that various states can make those laws and enforce the,. I can assure you that the Federal Government will not hesitate to enforce any of the laws we make. The Federal Government will not shy away from making declarations that it is going to enforce even if it means another Executive Order.

“We have heard also some political leaders saying that their states are immune. No state is immune from Coronavirus, we should not mistake about that. But the full weight of the law will be brought upon anybody that violates any of these directives at any level.

“The Federal Government is aware that some political and religious leaders have either denied the existence of coronavirus or have defied the directives to avoid a large gathering. Leaders of all hues must show great responsibility at this time.

“ They must avoid putting the lives of not just their followers but also those of the general public in danger. Nigerians too must take responsibility, do what they are requested to do to stay safe and stop blaming others.

“For those who would continue to willfully flout the directives aimed at checking the spread of this disease, the long arm of the law will soon catch them.

“There is also the farce out there that the disease cannot affect Africans for one reason or another, or that the young is immune to it. This is not true. Based on what we know so far, no one is immune to this disease. In New York, for example, 54% of those infected are between the ages of 18 and 49. As the World Health Organization (WHO) has warned, young people are not immune to coronavirus and must avoid socializing and communicating it to older, more vulnerable people.”

The Minister was non-committal on any form of subsidy for Nigerians to cope with the tough measures.

He added: “As to whether or not the Federal Government was ready to give subsidy, my position is that let us work towards containment and prevention. Containment or prevention is always cheaper than cure.

“ That is why we are emphasizing  sensitization,  advocacy and appealing to people. And a few people have helped. Some of the people who have turned up for test did so, it is because their friends have threatened to expose them. If you know you have travelled out recently, go into self-isolation. If you have any symptoms, dial the numbers made available.

“It is true that some people are complaining about some numbers. Yes, we handle 4,500 calls a day and if  you divide the calls by hours, you are talking of almost 240 calls per hour. And per minute, we are taking for calls. That is why we are talking to the private sector to help us with more lines. We are also employing more people and training more.

He added: “The government, at the highest level, is already leading by example. Mr. President has cut down the number of courtesy visits. Mr. President is not shaking hands. One of the President’s daughters is in self-isolation. The meeting of the heads of state of the Chad Basin Commission, scheduled for next week, has been cancelled. Visitors to the State House get their hands sanitized and their temperature taken at several points before reaching the executive council chambers.”

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Celebrity

#Covid19: CDQ Gives Tenants 30% Off Their 2020 Rent

The family of Nigerian rapper CDQ has given their tenants a 30% off their 2020 rent over the inconvenience caused by the ravaging coronavirus disease.

Coronavirus: Rapper CDQ gives tenants 30% of their 2020 rent

Taking to his Instagram page, teh rapper mentioned that move was necessary to ease the burdens on the tenants who are likely to be affected economically by the disease.

He wrote:

So I was on the phone with my lil brother last-night for almost 2hrs discussing the issue of this deadly Corona Virus… I’ve never spoken to him for this long before 🤦‍♀️ Last night I realized how much I’m meant to have loved him… mostly I’m always concerned about my mum and my little sister, and I’ll be like after-all he’s a guy he’ll be fine.

So last night we concluded on taking some burdens off the people that are attached to the little properties we have control over in this temporal hard time.

I believe if there’s no productive activities happening with the ongoing shut-down issues everywhere right now, there has to be a way we can be rational and fair to ourselves to make life easy for our fellow humans… cos against all odds…we are all we’ve got ❤️ I’m actually posting this not as a show off but to commence a movement that will probably influence everyone with good heart out there to make life easy in this hard time for anyone under or attached to us somehow… Thank You

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Health

Popular Prophet, David Owuor Claims The World Will End 19-days From Now

Following the outbreak of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, a popular prophet, Prophet David Owuor, has claimed the world will end on the 12th of April, 2020 at midnight.

Owuor, also a Doctor stated this during a sermon to his congregation last week, adding that everyone should be prepared for the rapture.

The Kenyan prophet also shared with his congregation his claims that he would be assassinated in the City of Jerusalem but would be taken up to heaven by God. In his claims, the prophet said after his assassination, his body would be abandoned and denied burial.

Owuor, popularly referred to as the “Mightiest Prophet of the Lord” by his congregants said he would exit the scene just like Jesus Christ did but that his will be after he completes his witnessing assignment on earth.

In one of the recorded addresses titled “The Exit of the Mightiest of the Lord From the Scene” which was dated Thursday, January 4, 2018, Owuor reiterated again that he had been shown how, where and when he would be killed.

He said; “I will be assassinated after witnessing. My body will lie there. I will be denied burial and on the third day he would take me up. I will be assassinated in Jerusalem, Israel”.

Prophet David Owuor, popularly referred to as the “Mightiest Prophet of the Lord”

Prophet David Owuor’s rise to the world stage started in the humble village of Goma, Bondo. Born in 1966 to Hezekiah and Margaret Ochieng, Owuor is the second born in a family of nine; six girls and three boys