While we assume that the Covid19 issue is a hoax and is being manipulated by the government and NCDC to either receive or spend the budget allocation for it, let us not forget that the virus is still very much dangerous and out there.
The fact that it now has the mild case and the severe one makes it even more difficult for folks on the street to have any fear for it, since hunger now surpasses the virus.
It is on that note that we announce that yet another Nigerian lawmaker has succumbed to the virus. Seems this is going straight for the higher class in the country. May the soul of Senator Buruji Kashamu rest in peace.
A sad occurrence has left India in mourning after atleast 18 people lost their lives as a plane crash landed at an Airport in Kerala, India. This is following the series of battles waged by the country against the global pandemic Covid19, a mourning by Lebanon, and now India. While the casualties of this crash is considered not worse yet, seeing that all passengers on the plane didn’t lose their lives.
The Air India Express plane 190 people on board and split in tow after it skidded off the runway in heavy rain. The flight was said to have been repatriating Indians stranded by the Coronavirus pandemic. Two pilots were said to be among those who lost their lives. may God intervene in these series of mayhem witnessed by the world at this time.
See how this beautiful city is suddenly looking like a war torn zone after the devastating explosion/s that have left scores dead and thousands injured on various degrees due to this scary explosion/s whose cause and source are still yet to be determined as it has covered a wide spread of the nation’s capital. God have mercy.
Suicide is never the answer to anything. if you believe you have been accused of something, stay alive and prove it wrong. Killing yourself doesn’t automatically set you free from the allegations. Instead if the accuser was lying then they live with the guilt. But what about the general public? The guilty and the innocent all commit suicide, so it is not a means of justification of anyone’s innocence. Rip to him though.
Accidents is always no one’s doing, but putting in place a safety measure for situations that may bring about accidents is always the work of the employers. How is it so easy for a staff to find their way into the soap mixer?
With the soap making factory said to be owned by a foreign company that doesn’t value the life and well-being of its Nigerian workers, how then will they be responsible enough to put in place the safety measures to prevent accidents and casualties in the company?
This is sad and never the dream of any parent to lose a child, especially in such a horrific way, but just like what the family wants, Government should look into this and ensure that such an accident doesn’t happen to someone else in the future.
Imagine having the school session on hold due to Covid19, then you decide to have a quick job to make some money during the lockdown only to die in such a horrible way.