Wednesday, August 17, 2022

284 new COVID-19 cases recorded in Nigeria, raising total to 6677

Nigeria has recorded 284 new cases of COVID-19, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has announced. NCDC, on...

CBN, NNPC to Co-fund returnees quarantine

With lot of back lashing on Nigeria federal Government over the weeks on the responsibilities of who cares for the Nigerian returnees...

COVID-19: Buhari receives Madagascar cure sample

The Madagascar solution, prepared for the treatment of COVID-19, made its way to the Presidential Villa, Abuja on Friday but President Muhammadu...

COVID-19: Nigeria now with 5,621 reported cases

Nigeria’s confirmed cases of COVID -19 rose by 176 on Friday making a total of 5,621 across the states and the Federal...

COVID-19: 30 out of 31 reported cases in Oyo state are factory workers in...

Thirty workers in a factory in Oyo state have tested positive for coronavirus. The factory, which is located at Ibadan South West...

Wife of UK-based Nigerian doctor dies 10 days after Husband’s death

NIGERIA-born Dr. James Oniah and his care home director wife, Mary, have died from coronavirus infection in the United Kingdom 10 days...

FG deploys troops to Katsina over banditry

The Federal Government on Saturday deployed troops to combat bandit attacks and related violent activities in Katsina Governor Aminu...

Ogun State Govt extends lockdown for third time

Governor Dapo Abiodun of Ogun State last night extended  the COVID-19 lockdown in the state for the third consecutive week.

COVID-19: Governors to meet to review strategies

Governors of the 36 states have scheduled a meeting for Wednesday to among others, assess the impact of the various anti-COVID-19 measures...

FG commences school feeding programme on Thursday

The Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management, and Social Development said it will commence the school feeding programme from Thursday in...

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Breaking: UNILAG hostels shut indefinitely, suspends physical classes

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