Compare And Contrast! Ghana Soldier And Nigeria Soldier In These Videos During Lockdown

Look At What This Ghana Soldier Did, After He Caught Some People Who Violated The COVID-19 Lock Down To Buy Food. .This Is How Any Reasonable Soldier/Police Officer Should Behave At This Difficult Time. Not All Those Ones Running Around Looking For Who To Brutalise And Flog.Ghana Soldier… Video not supported.Nigeria Soldier…

World Heavyweight Champion, Anthony Joshua Loses Close Ones To Coronavirus

World heavyweight champion, Anthony Joshua, has revealed that he has “lost close ones” to coronavirus.Joshua disclosed this via a clip on his YouTube channel on Wednesday.Quote“Wherever you are in the world I’m just checking in personally for everyone to just say, I hope you were well I will keep it safe.“I’ve lost no one immediate to me. But I’ve lost close ones from my boxing gym, close friends and friends of friends. And it gets serious when it starts coming closer to home,” the 30-year-old said.Joshua’s title defence against IBF mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev scheduled for June, is set to be rescheduled due to the pandemic.Quote“I would love to be out there right now doing the most on my dirt bikes, meeting up with my boys, sparring, going down to the boxing gym. Even a rebel like me is trying to follow some guidelines to do the right thing,” he added….

Former Somali Prime Minister, Nur Hussein Dies From COVID-19 In UK

A former Somali Prime Minister, Nur Hussein died on Wednesday in the United Kingdom from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.Hussein’s family confirmed the death at King’s College Hospital in London – one week after he contracted the deadly virus.The former prime minister served between November 2007 and February 2009 in the transitional government of Somalia.His death has already stirred reactions back home, with current Somali Prime Minister, Hassan Khaire, mourning him.Quote“My deepest condolences to the people of Somalia and to the family of former Prime Minister who died in London,” Khaire said in a statement.“I pray to Allah to let his soul rest in peace,”Over 900,000 have been diagnosed with the flu-like virus worldwide with about 40,000 deaths….

Ondo State Govt Declares Three-Day Fasting And Prayer To Seek God’s Face On Coronavirus

As the cases of coronavirus continues to rise in Nigeria, the Ondo state government has decla­red a three-day period of fasting and prayers commencing from Th­ursday, 2nd to Satur­day, 4th April for Ondo State and the country to seek the face of God over the pandemic.This was made known in a statement signed by the Commissioner for Information and Orientation in the state, Mr Donald Ojogo, where it was also revealed that the state would be closing its land and sea borders with its neighbouring states of Ekiti, Osun, Ko­gi, Edo as well as Ogun State.See the full statement below;Quote“Having observed the trend in respect of COVID-19 and the pos­sibility of its unde­terminable spread, the Government of Ondo State has ordered the closure of its borders with the neig­hbouring states of Ekiti, Osun, Ko­gi, Edo and Elefon, our coastal border with Ogun which in the recent past, has witnessed heavy human traffic from Lagos and Ogun…

President Buhari Approves Release Of More Food During Coronavirus Lockdown

On Sunday, March 29, 2020, the president placed Lagos, Abuja and Ogun states on a 14-day lockdown as one in a raft of measures aimed at curbing the spread of the virus in Africa’s most populous nation.However, President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the release of 70,000 metric tonnes of grains from Nigeria’s National Strategic Grain Reserves to cushion the pains of a coronavirus hit the nation.The grains will be distributed “to poor and vulnerable persons in frontline #COVID19 States, as well as persons whose livelihoods will be affected by the lockdowns,” the presidency announced in a tweet.The president also announced a ramping up of the administration’s social investment programs as people are forced to sit at home.Quote “I have directed that the conditional cash transfers for the next two months be paid immediately. Our Internally displaced persons will also receive two months of food rations in the coming weeks,” B…

Private sector contributions to COVID-19 relief fund hit N15bn – Businessday NG

Monetary contributions to the account set up at the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) under the auspices of the Private Sector Coalition Against COVID-19 (CACOVID) have hit N15 billion. A statement issued on behalf of the coalition by the Director, corporate communications, Central Bank of Nigeria, Isaac Okorafor, on Wednesday, April 1, 2020, listed 37 […]