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  1. The Federal Ministry of Education on Thursday updated its guidelines for school reopening, suspending assembly, and visiting days in schools. This was disclosed in a statement titled, ‘School resumption date of January 18, 2021 stands – Minister’, by the ministry’s Director of Press and Public Relations, Ben Bem Goong. According to the statement, the decision to reopen schools and review the COVID-19 protocols was following a comprehensive appraisal of the situation. The federal government directed that all students, teachers, and workers in all schools must wear facemask
  2. African Union (AU) has secured bout 270 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines for distribution across the continent, AU head South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has revealed. According to him all doses will be used this year. Although infection numbers and death rates are comparatively lower across most of Africa, a new variant of Covid-19 in South Africa is causing particular alarm and spreading quickly along the region. “As a result of our own efforts we have so far secured a commitment of a provisional amount of 270 million vaccines from three major suppliers: Pfize
  3. Legal Luminary, Afe Babalola (SAN), has described the mass closure of Nigerian universities by the federal government owing to the second wave of Covid-19 pandemic as unconstitutional. The founder of Afe Babalola University expressed this view in Ado Ekiti on Wednesday at a press conference about the attempt by the federal government to defer the resumption of universities earlier slated for January 18. He expressed that such action would turn out to be counterproductive and disastrous to the education sector, especially closing down of private schools without prior consultation.
  4. Controversial Nigerian author and former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has urged Nigerians to open up if any of their relative die from COVID-19. Reno Omokri tells people what to do if their relatives die from COVID-19 As the second wave of the COVID-10 pandemic looms in the country, Reno Omokri has cautioned his fans to be very careful about how they live their lives because the virus is real and it is taking lives. The trained Lawyer said it is not shameful to contract or for someone in your family to die of COVID-19 thus they should not be shy to divulge the informat
  5. A nephew of the late Nollywood actress, Mrs Folakemi Aremu, popularly known as Orisabunmi, has dismissed claims that she and her siblings died of COVID19 complications. The actress was reported dead last week after suffering from a cough, and about 24 hours after her demise, Steve Onishola, her elder brother, died at 71. But according to Punch, Gbenga Onishola, a nephew to the deceased, said the duo’s younger sister passed away on Saturday. Following their reported deaths, rumour was rife that they died from COVID-19. However, in an interview with NAN, son of late Ste
  6. A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Femi Falana, has urged Nigerians to resist any attempt to commercialize covid-19 vaccine by some persons. Resist any attempt to commercialize covid-19 vaccine – Falana The leader of the The Alliance for Survival of COVID-19 and Beyond, a coalition of labour and civil society groups, represented by the Deputy Chairman, Sina Odugbemi, stated this on Tuesday in a Channels TV program, Politics Today programme. Odugbemi said, “When it (vaccine) comes in, people may want to trade with it and there may be preference for the high and mig
  7. The Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 has come out to state that schools will resume on January 18 until the Ministry of Education issues a new directive. PTF National Coordinator, Dr Sani Aliyu, stated this while featuring on a television programme on Tuesday. Recall that Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, had on Monday, stated that the Federal Government would review the January 18 earlier date fixed for resumption of schools across Nigeria due to the increasing number of coronavirus cases. Clarifying the position of government, Dr. Aliyu stated that the minister did not sa
  8. As the debate on reopening of schools amidst the second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic continues, the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has urged the Federal Government and members of the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) to resume academic activities in public universities. This call was made by NANS President, Sunday Asefon, in a statement made available to newsmen on Tuesday. In the statement, the students’ body urged the Federal Government to rejig its basic COVID guidelines for schools resumption rather than shift resumption. The body also
  9. The national coordinator of the presidential taskforce on COVID-19 (PTF), Sani Aliyu has revealed that Nigerians will get the COVID-19 vaccine free of charge. He made this known during an appearance on Channel Television earlier today, as he said there is an assurance that over 40 million Nigerians will be vaccinated through the GAVI arrangement (a vaccine alliance created to ensure that any new COVID-19 vaccine would be shared equally between the world’s richest and poorest countries). Sani Aliyu said; “Yesterday, the president gave the PTF the mandate to proceed with
  10. Former lawmaker, Senator Shehu Sani has appealed to the Federal Government not ban flights from the United Kingdom in the wake of the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Many countries around the world have banned flights from coming in from the UK over the discovery of a new strain of COVID-19 in the country and this has led to calls from different quarters in Nigeria for the ban of flights from the European nation. However, in a surprising move, the former lawmaker from Kaduna appealed for the imposition of quarantine measures for those traveling to and from the UK inst
  11. Reddington Zaine Laboratory owned by the Reddington Hospital Group is offering Covid-19 PCR Tests to all Air Travelers going into and out of Lagos especially during this festive season. This includes FREE Doctors’ Consultation for those with positive Covid-19 test results. The Laboratory is also offering general Covid screening for the needs of corporate organizations & businesses, Individuals, family members, domestic workers, Schools, and the general public with an option for “walk-in or free home sample collection” service. Reddington ZaineLab has Sample collection Centres in
  12. Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has reacted to the deteriorating security situation of Nigeria under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari. The former Minister on his Twitter page described the reported absence of the President, his first lady, Aisha Buhari, who is reportedly in Dubai over the security situation in the Presidential Villa and the COVID-19 status of the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Muhammad Tanko, and some army generals as bad omens. Lamenting the insecurity in the country, Fani-Kayode once again condemned the abduction of over 333 students of the
  13. No fewer than 18 military generals of the Nigerian Army have tested positive for COVID-19 following the breakout of the virus during the aborted 2020 Chief of Army Staff Annual Conference. The top military officers are all confirmed to have participated in the annual conference held in Abuja. The event was shut down after an officer attending the meeting tested positive for the virus. The fresh development was confirmed to Channels TV on Sunday and the 18 army chiefs are understood to have contracted the virus from late Major General Olu Irefin. Recall Ir
  14. Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Boss Mustapha has gone into self-isolation after some of his family members tested positive for COVID-19. According to the SGF in a personal statement on Sunday night, his family members tested positive on Saturday, are currently asymptomatic, and have started treatment in a government facility. However, the Chairman of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 stated that both he and his wife tested negative. Mustapha asked Nigerians to uphold him in prayers, stay safe, and also prevent themselves from the virus.
  15. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, governor of Lagos state, has tested positive for COVID-19. Akin Abayomi, commissioner for health, broke the news in a statement on Saturday evening. The governor, whose aides had previously tested positive months ago, had recently gone into isolation after he came in contact with someone who had contracted the virus. “Following Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s exposure to a confirmed case of COVID-19, a PCR test performed yesterday, the 11th of December, has confirmed that he has indeed been infected with the virus, which is supported by mild symptoms and
  16. The federal government has ordered all isolation and treatment centres in the country to be prepared ahead of a possible second wave of COVID-19. The Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, made this known at a Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 briefing on Thursday. This is coming at a time when there has been an increased number of Coronavirus cases in the country. He expressed that the move was to prepare the country for a possible second wave of the pandemic which some European countries are already battling with. At the press briefing, the Minist
  17. The Federal Government have directed COVID-19 isolation centers to prepare for reopening, following the recent increase in the number of COVID19 cases in Nigeria. The isolation centers were closed before, due to the reduction in the number of Coronavirus cases across the country. However, the number of confirmed cases has increased in the last few days. On Wednesday, Nigeria recorded 550 cases, the highest in recent times. The Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, on Thursday, while speaking at the presidential task made the announcement. “We are seeing the increase i
  18. The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Nigeria has continued its daily rise as 474 new cases of the virus was confirmed yesterday by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC. Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people who fall sick with COVID-19 will experience mild to moderate symptoms and recover without special treatment. According to the statistics released by the Nigeria Center for Disease Control NCDC, the Federal Capital Territory Abuja recorded 180 new cases, the highest for the day, followed b
  19. Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, has approved Monday, November 23, for the reopening of Nursery and Primary Schools in the State. This was confirmed in a statement signed by Sir Chidi Adiele on behalf of the Commissioner of Education, Prof. Kaniye Ebeku. The latest date would signal the commencement of the first term of the 2020/2021 academic session. The Rivers government advised Parents, guardians, and the general public to prepare their children for resumption while adhering to COVID-19 protocols. The statement read: “This is to inform the general
  20. Former lawmaker, Senator Shehu Sani has cautioned Nigerian parents against posting photos of their children in school uniforms on social media. This advice is coming due to the insecurity being recorded in different parts of the country. He advised parents and guardians not to post photos of their children in school uniforms on social media platforms. According to the former lawmaker, school badges and uniforms can help criminal elements to track the location of the children, thereby exposing them to danger. He wrote: “As the schools resume, don’t post the photos
  21. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has warned that Nigeria may experience a second wave of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19). The NCDC made this known through its Director-General, Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu in a statement on Monday while speaking at an ongoing media briefing with newsmen organised by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC). The NCDC DG warned Nigerians to abide by the protocols and guidelines developed by the agency to avoid a second wave of the virus. He stated that the virus was still around and more dangerous despite the drop in reco
  22. Real Madrid have confirmed that Eden Hazard and Casemiro have tested positive for coronavirus. This comes after the Los Blancos tested their players for Covid-19 ahead of the La Liga match against Valencia on Sunday. Hazard, who has featured in just three games in 2020-21 after missing the first weeks of the campaign with an injury, will face another spell on the sidelines after receiving a positive coronavirus test result. The Belgian winger and Brazil international Casemiro, who has not missed a match in all competitions this term, trained with their team-mates on Friday in pr
  23. Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Professor Akin Abayomi has revealed that five members of staff and a student have tested positive for COVID-19 in a secondary school in Lagos State. He made this known in a statement titled, ‘Lagos confirms COVID-19 infection in secondary school’ and signed by the Commissioner for Health on Friday. He said the first COVID-19 case in the school located in the mainland part of the state was detected on Tuesday. The commissioner assured members of the public and stakeholders of the school that “the situation is completely under control.
  24. The 2022 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying fixture between Nigeria and Sierra Leone on Friday, November 13 at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium will now be played without spectators. According to the reports, the Ministry of Youth and Sports Development has insisted that Nigeria’s game against Sierra Leone will be played without fans as against the earlier reports that some fans will be allowed into the stadium. The Presidential Task Force on Covid-19 recently gave their approval for contact sports to return in the West African country but behind closed doors. In a letter, to the Depu
  25. Ajax Amsterdam could be without several key players after 11 squad members tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of Tuesday’s Champions League clash at Midtjylland, broadcaster RTL reported on Monday. Ajax travelled to Denmark on Monday with only 17 players listed in the squad on their website. The club would not release the names of players with the virus due to privacy rules. Skipper Dusan Tadic, goalkeeper Andre Onana and midfielders Davy Klaassen and Ryan Gravenberch were all expected to start the Group D match at Herning but were left out of the party. Reserve goalkeepe
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