MUSIC: De Jeac - Corona Patients

June 06, 2020
As of the time of dropping this song, 6th June 2020, Nigeria has recorded over 11,844 cases of Coronavirus of which over 3,696 of these patients have been discharged.

Following the number of cases recorded every day by Nigeria Centre For Disease Control (NCDC), yet patients who have tested positive for this virus are seen in viral videos online dancing, eating chicken, sometimes they even go on a protest when their drinks are finished.

This is unlike other countries that positive coronavirus patients battle to breathe even with the help of ventilators yet things seem to be different in Nigeria.

Some people are beginning to doubt if really there is actually the Coronavirus in Nigeria. Bueze Worldwide frontline Artist, De Jeac comes up with a comic song, asking funny questions relating to the case of coronavirus in Nigeria.

He titled it, CORONA PATIENTS.

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MIXTAPE: DJ C Boi - #BlackLifeMatter (BLM)

June 03, 2020
Your favorite DJ, DJ C Boi following the trend over the unjust killing of a black American, Floyd George killed by Minneapolis police officers during his arrest last week, has dropped a brand new mixtape titled #BlackLifeMatter (BLM).

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FG issues directive to Ministry of Education over re-opening of schools

June 01, 2020
The Federal Government of Nigeria has ordered that all schools in the country remain closed until further evaluation.

The presidential task force (PTF) on COVID-19 made this known on Monday.

Chairman of the task force, Boss Mustapha, announced that the Ministry of Education has been instructed to work with schools to start the process of preparing students that require exiting exams to allow them to take the exams early in the next phase of lockdown ease.

“The Federal Ministry of Education is instructed to work with schools to start the process of preparing students that require exiting exams to allow them to take exams early in the next phase of the lifting of the lockdown .”
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MUSIC: Seankiss – "Tomiwa" (Prod. By KennyKris Tunez)

May 30, 2020
ECB finest act, Olajide Gideon Joseph who is best known by his stage name as Seankiss dishes out another hit song titled TOMIWA.

The young singer and rapper said to have made this tune for all lovers out there. 

If your relationship is having aches or cracks, then TOMIWA is the best remedy. 

Cop the Kennykris Tunez produced song below.


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Teenager kills her husband for trying to have s3x with her; says she had no idea s3x is a marital obligation

May 23, 2020

A 17-year-old wife accused of killing her husband as he tried to have s3x with her in Bauchi has said she had no idea s3x is a marital obligation, so she thought her husband was trying to defile her. Salma Hassan, a resident of Itas-Gadau, was paraded at the Bauchi Police Command on Tuesday, May 19, for stabbing her husband to death 11 days after their wedding. She told journalists that when her husband approached her for s3x that night, she thought what he was doing was wrong, so she objected. However, her husband beat her and tried to force himself on her. She said she then picked a knife to scare him but mistakenly stabbed him with it. She said: “We were married. We loved each other. “I never knew that s3x is a marital obligation. On that fateful night when he approached me for s3x, I refused him because I have never been involved in it. I thought he wanted to defile me. “He later got angry and was trying to force himself on me with slaps and beating, then I picked up a knife to scare him away but he kept coming. I didn’t know when I stabbed him with the knife in his chest. “I have already given my statement. I’m in great suffering. I’m in great bitterness. I don’t know what will happen to me now. But I wouldn’t have done what I did if I knew better.” According to a Police statement, a knife was recovered when they arrested Salma for culpable homicide at her home in Itas-Gadau. “On the 24/04/2020 at about 0900hrs, one Haruna Musa ‘m’ of Itas-Gadau reported at Itas-Gadau Division, that one Salma Hassan ‘f’ 18yrs of the same address stabbed her husband, one Mohammed Mustapha on the chest. As a result, he sustained serious injury and was rushed to General hospital Itas–Gadau for treatment where he was certified dead. The suspect was arrested and has confessed to the crime. Exhibit recovered from the suspect was one knife,” the statement reads.
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Davido and Wizkid’s Photoshopped Image: Davido gifts the graphic designer the sum of N1M

May 23, 2020

Nigerian Singer and DMW Boss, David Adeleke has extended his benevolence to Ayo, the graphic designer who made a photoshopped image of himself and Wizkid. Davido had earlier acknowledged the image as he shared it on his social media page while declaring that they were the two greatest Nigerian artists of all time (Wizkid and Davido).
In another kind gesture that Davido is renowned for, the singer has now gifted the sum of one million naira to the excited Ayo. Tunde Ednut wrote on his page; Remember this guy from yesterday… DAVIDO just sent him N1,000,000…. One million Naira. God bless you @davidoofficial. This one touch me Oo! He got N100,000 yesterday. I thought that was all until David asked for his account again and sent him 1 Million. God bless David and higher, higher for you. …… @ayofrica keep up the good work. OBO, BADDEST!!!
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MUSIC: King Jamez - Things I miss

May 23, 2020

King James pops out with a new track due to circumstances of the COVID-19 lockdown and gives you all a quarantine challenge titled "Things I Miss".

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BBNaija: Leo Dasilva gives important advice to aspiring candidates

May 21, 2020

In light of the recent announcement that popular Nigerian reality TV show, Big Brother Naija is gearing up for its fifth season this year, 2020, former housemate, Leo Dasilva has served a piece of important advice to those who wish to audition for the show.

The organizers of the coveted reality show have announced that auditions have kicked off, with interested participants required to partake in an online audition that began on Wednesday, 20th of May 2020, and will run till the 30th of May 2020.

 
Leo Dasilva took to his Twitter account in light of this and shared a piece of important information to help contestants sail through the auditions.

The model wrote on his page,

If you’re auditioning for BBN this year, I’ll advice you not to put it on the TL.
It’s always a way to disqualify people because it must not be public knowledge if you get in. Wish you all the best. ❤️

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Bauchi Lifts Ban On Religious Gatherings, Suspends Lockdown.

May 21, 2020

Bauchi State Government has lifted the ban on religious activities and suspended the lockdown imposed on residents in the state.

This according to the state governor, Bala Mohammed takes effect from Thursday, May 21.

The governor made this announcement at the stakeholders’ meeting held at the Command Guest House in Bauchi, the state capital.

He explained that the development followed the success achieved so far in the management of the COVID-19 pandemic in the state and enjoined the stakeholders to assist the government in ensuring that the protective tool put in place are adhered to strictly in order to be free from the infection.

“This decision will be taken by you because the total decision of the lockdown was taken by you. We are just suggesting as a government and on behalf of the government, I am suggesting that as from Thursday, we should lift the lockdown, even the one in Katagum, because it has been 10 days and of course the whole state.

“People will go about their normal businesses, pray on Friday and Eid if we agree on context and character so that people will go to Eid, but we will need the support of our royal fathers so that there will be no such celebrations,” he said.
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COVID-19: We Don’t Know Whereabouts Of Chinese Doctors ― PTF

May 16, 2020

The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19, on Thursday, said that it is not aware of the whereabouts of the Chinese doctors and health professionals who were brought to Nigeria some weeks ago to help the country in its fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Speaking at the daily briefing of the PTF in Abuja on Thursday, the Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire, wondered why there was so much interest in knowing the whereabouts of the Chinese health professionals and he told journalists not to ask him the question again.

Controversies have trailed the choice of the Federal Government to allow the Chinese doctors to come in, as many groups and associations, including the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) and the National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM), kicked against it.

But the Minister of Health, on Thursday, said that the ministry was not their host and does not know their whereabouts, adding that the ministry cannot explain “because they are not really our guests.”

Dr. Ehanire said: “The other one is about the Chinese doctors. I think not all of them are doctors, some of them are technicians, but they are a staff of CCECC. The Ministry of Health is not their host, so we cannot always explain what happens to them or where they are.

“There seems to be a lot of interest in these doctors, but they are the staff of a company and I think they are on the company visa. So, I will be very happy if you don’t ask me about where they are because they are not really our guests in that sense.”

However, the minister said, “We have been able to learn some things from them by interacting with them from their experience in their country. They did tell us, and we shared ideas about what they did in their country, how they are managing COVID-19.”

On the issue of isolation of COVID-19 patients with mild symptoms at home, Ehanire said self-isolation at home “is an option we have been talking about. The NCDC has released very nice guidelines on that, but not everybody is eligible for that.”

The minister added that “the delivery of routine service in all our hospitals has been slated for special emphasis as attendance for medical services in all areas of health challenges have dropped drastically.”

According to Ehanire: “Latest statistics from the National Health Management Information System (NHMIS) indicates that out-patient visits dropped from 4 million to about 2 million, antenatal visits from 1.3 million to 655 thousand, skilled birth attendance from 158,374 to less than 99,000, while immunization services dropped to about half. All these have as yet undetermined consequences, which the easing of the lockdown should hopefully address.

“However, the downside of easing the restrictions needs to be balanced off with a collective determination by all of us, not only to comply with protective and prophylactic advisories, but to encourage relatives, friends, neighbors, and customers to do same.

“The use of facial covers like masks in places where social distancing may be difficult or impractical should be supported and emphasized through the donation of masks to the population, as an act of goodwill. Face masks should become commonplace and I look forward to all cooks and Food vendors, for example, wearing masks, or risk losing customers.”

He said the government has been in discussion with multinationals and development partners such as WHO and Global Fund on their plan, needs, and processes; adding that funds are also being repurposed for use in further increasing our diagnostic capacity and providing personal protective equipment for our health care workers.

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