Boss Mustapha Says Madagascar herb majorly anti-malaria Olawale Ajimotokan and Onyebuchi Ezigbo in Abuja The federal government has raised the alarm over the rising cases of COVID-19 in the country, charging Nigerians to brace up for higher numbers. The country thursday recorded 626 new cases of COVID-19, bringing to 27,110 the number of confirmed cases in the country. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) said Lagos recorded 193 new cases; Federal Capital Territory (FCT), 85; Oyo, 41; Edo, 38; Kwara, 34; Abia, 31; Ogun, 29; Ondo, 28; Rivers, 26; Osun, 21; Akwa Ibom and Delta, 18 each; Enugu, 15; Kaduna, 13; Plateau, 11; Borno, eight; Bauchi, seven; Adamawa, five; Gombe, four; and Sokoto one case.- Thisday News
“We have lost a colleague, a gentleman per excellence and a dedicated professional whose commitment to assigned responsibility is legendary.
“I am personally pained by this loss. We have lost a dependable ally with a fatherly mien,” Akeredolu who spoke from isolation said about his commissioner who died of Covid-19.- Legit News
Presently, there are 70 pregnant women at the Faskari camp, at various stages of pregnancy. Also, four deliveries were each recorded at Dandume and Batsari camps.- Daily Trust
These visually impaired students are begging Nigerians for help after flood destroyed their food items and property.
They want Nigerians to help with anything they can as the situation they find themselves is critical.-Legit News
China on Friday warned India against making a “strategic miscalculation” following a bloody clash last month between forces from the two nuclear-armed Asian giants along their disputed border.- The Nation Newspaper
UN suspends two employees over viral s*x video
The United Nations says it has suspended two workers involved in a recent s*x video that went viral. Spokesperson for UN Secretary-General, Stephane Dujarric, disclosed this in a statement in New York.- Punch News