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  1. The federal government of Nigeria has okayed the reopening of cinemas, gyms, and parks across the country as the gradual reopening of the country continues. This is coming following calls from players in this sector for the government to lift the restrictions placed on the sector. Dr. Sani Aliyu, the National Coordinator of the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 made this known during the daily briefing on Thursday. Aliyu pointed out that amusement parks, gyms, and cinemas could only open at half capacity. He, however, pointed out that bars and nightclubs are to rema
  2. The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, has confirmed the resumption of international flights in the Abuja and Lagos airports on the 5th of September 2020. Nigeria shut its airspace to international travel on March 23, 2020, to contain the spread of COVID-19. The Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, and Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, are the two airports allowed to resume international flight operations in Nigeria as from September 5, 2020. Taking to Twitter to make the announcement, the Minister wrote; The N
  3. 2020 was meant to be the year of cinema blockbusters – from action thrillers to sci-fi. There was a forecast of huge turnovers from several box office hits. But for the intrusion of COVID-19, about five box office hits would have been witnessed by the end of the second quarter of this year. Before COVID-19, 2019 saw the growth of Nigerian cinemas. The movie ‘Living in Bondage: Breaking free’ accrued a total of N158,435,642 million thereby making it the eleventh overall highest-grossing movie and the highest-grossing Nollywood movie of the year. With such a feat achieved in 2019, ther
  4. President Buhari says his government is doing everything within its power to bring down the prices of food items across the country. One of the major effects of the Coronavirus pandemic, is the increase in the prices of food items in the country. The President in a recent tweet today, September 3, has assured Nigerians the decrease in food cost as he reveals plans of releasing 30,000 tons of Maize from the National reserve to help feed producers. In a tweet posted on his official Twitter handle, he said: See tweet:
  5. The Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello has approved a date for reopening of schools at all levels in the state. The state’s Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Wemi Jones revealed that primary, secondary schools and tertiary institutions would reopen on September 14. Jones made this known at a press conference, in Lokoja, the state capital, on Tuesday. The Commissioner explained that the decision was taken after a series of consultations with relevant stakeholders in the state. All educational institutions from primary to tertiary institutions in the state were
  6. Alaafin of Oyo, Oba Lamidi Olayiwola Atanda Adeyemi lll has described Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu as Nigeria’s hero in the battle against COVID-19. The Alaafin made this statement through his Media Director, Bode Durojaye, in Lagos over the weekend. Alaafin added that ‘’the success stories in Lagos means Nigeria as a country is winning the war as Lagos is the leading state in the fight against this common enemy that is ravaging the whole world. “Despite the less preparedness of the government to handle a pandemic at this time of our shared history, the
  7. Amidst the ravaging coronavirus pandemic, an Indian University has created cartoon characters of its students for their virtual graduation. The avatars of more than 2,000 students from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Bombay were awarded their certificates by an avatar of IIT director Subhasis Chaudhuri during a ceremony on Sunday. The unique celebration, designed to abide by coronavirus safey measures, was broadcast on two local TV channels as well as YouTube and Facebook Live, according to a statement from the Indian government’s Press Information
  8. The worst single-day spike of COVID-19 has been recorded in India, as the country confirmed over 77,000 cases of the virus in 24 hours. India now has a total of more than 3.38 million cases since the start of the pandemic with 46 percent of infections detected in August alone. Four of India’s 28 states – Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka – are the hardest hit regions.The country also reported 1,057 new deaths, the Health Ministry said earlier today, taking the total to 61,529. The figures show that India has been recording more than 60,000 new daily infectio
  9. Kim Jong-un has reportedly ordered North Korean troops to open fire on anyone who goes within half a mile of the country's border with China to avoid coronavirus spreading. It comes after the dictator back-peddled on claims his country is totally untouched by the deadly global outbreak. Instructions have been sent out to shoot anyone who goes within a kilometre of the border with China, according to incendiary reports. The draconian move has been made despite Jong-un previously stating North Korea is free from Covid-19 - and he isn't worried by the pandemic. But he ac
  10. The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, said on Thursday that the Federal Government was creating a “payroll support” for private schoolteachers and artisans to cushion the untoward economic effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on them. He added that the Federal Government had secured land in 11 states of the federation to build thousands of two-bedroom apartments for Nigerians at the cost of N2m each. He also declared that he was too busy to think about the 2023 elections. Osinbajo spoke at the ongoing 60th Annual General Conference of the Nigerian Bar Association. He featured
  11. Mustapha Baba-Shehuri The Nigerian Government has disclosed that it borrowed over 5,000 metric tonnes of grain from ECOWAS to feed citizens. This was disclosed by the Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural Development, Mustapha Baba-Shehuri on Monday. He stated this while receiving the 3,999 tonnes of cereals donated to Nigeria by ECOWAS. According to Shehuri, “The Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria loaned 5,000MT of assorted grains from ECOWAS Stock which was agreed to be paid back on grain for grain basis. “Modalities had been put in place to replace
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