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Nigeria’s President tested positive to #Coronavirus but is hiding the result — #CNN

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We are indeed aware of some signs and symptoms that seem to be having up this allegation of CNN, but are for some reason deciding to hide it instead, since our Governement will rather hide and force down an idea down our throats because they think it will cause hopelessness and chaos in the Country.

This is the extent of insincerity in the Country if this turns out to be true. CNN has not exactly very accurate with all their broadcasts, but when it was reported that one of the only two Ventilators in Gwagwalada teaching hospital has been taken to Aso rock, and Aso rock as a whole getting fumigated, people of the world are not fools, so they started putting the pieces of puzzle together and came out with this conclusion.

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Here are some #Coronavirus Myth Buster’s on #Handgloves, #HandSanitizers, and #Mosquitoes.

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Waooooooooooooooooo Baba fash

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The World Health Organisation has said the novel coronavirus which has infected over 400,000 people and killed over 18,000 in 196 countries cannot be transmitted through mosquito bites. . In 2018, WHO reported that there were an estimated 228 million cases of malaria worldwide with over 405, 000 deaths. . It commented that of the global malaria burden, “Africa carries a disproportionately high share as the region is home to 93% of malaria cases and 94% of malaria deaths”. . However, in a list of COVID-19 myth busters released recently, the UN specialized agency for global health stressed that mosquitoes, which spread plasmodium parasites and malaria vectors, DO NOT transmit coronavirus. . It also said taking a hot bath, alcohol consumption, drinking hot tea/coffee, using hand dryers, amongst others do not prevent the ravaging pandemic. . Here is the list: . 1. Coronavirus CANNOT be transmitted through mosquito bites —– To date, there has been neither information nor evidence to suggest that coronavirus could be transmitted by mosquitoes. Coronavirus is a respiratory virus which spreads primarily through droplets generated when an infected person coughs or sneezes, or through droplets of saliva or discharge from the nose. . 2. COVID-19 virus can be transmitted in areas with hot and humid climates ——- From the evidence so far, the COVID-19 virus can be transmitted in ALL AREAS, including areas with hot and humid weather. . 3. Cold weather and snow CANNOT kill coronavirus ———- There is no reason to believe that cold weather can kill coronavirus or other diseases. The normal human body temperature remains around 36.5°C to 37°C, regardless of the external temperature or weather. ……………. Read full report via punchng.com #MythBusters #WHO #Health #CreatingAwareness #Malaria #Coronavirus #News #Punchnewspaper

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#Nigerianpolice begins forcefully shutting down non essential Markets and shops

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Seems liquor is to someone what essential good and water is to others. They clearly are doing the one significant thing to make people comply, but that destruction is simply alittle too much and in my opinion, unnecessary to say. Were they trying to completely make you regret disobeying the Governor that they had to encure cost for the perpetrators.

Please stop the destruction and just enforce laws as expected. PLEASE, THIS is not the time to put people into more stress by causing them pain intentionally. Nigerian force will always go a step ahead.

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Lagos State Task Force seen enforcing market lockdown

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#America now with the highest #Covid19 positive cases as Citizens resist social distancing

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Stay the fuck in the house!!!!!! 😒😤

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#KylieJenner donates $1Million to the fight against #Coronavirus

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Just like the kind billionaires of the world are doing, 22 years old billionaire Kylie Jenner has joined in the donation act to help humanity fight the Coronavirus pandemic.

As seen on famous blogs, Miss Jenner is not at all letting the fight go down without her very significant contribution to the scary fight against Covid19.

The Mother of one was said to made the donation through her OB-GYN to help fund the purchase of masks, face shield, test kits and others.

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Nigerians applaud UBA after its 5billion Naira donation announcement to fight #Coronavirus in Africa

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@ubagroup today announced a donation of over 5 billion Naira (USD14 million), through the UBA Foundation, to catalyse a comprehensive pan-African response to the fight against the coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. The donation will provide significant and much needed support to Nigeria and 19 other African countries, by supplying relief materials, critical care facilities, and financial support to Governments. The UBA support programme will be allocated as follows: N1 billion (USD2.8 million) to Lagos State Government in Nigeria N500 million (USD1.4 million) to Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory, Abuja N1 billion (USD2.8 million) to the remaining 35 states in Nigeria N1.5 billion (USD4.2 million) to UBA’s presence countries in Africa N1 billion (USD2.8 million) for Medical Centres with equipment and supplies Free Telemedicine call centre facility The pan-African bank will fund a medical centre immediately in Lagos, Nigeria, with beds for isolation and ICU facilities, managed and operated in partnership with Heirs Holdings’ healthcare subsidiary, Avon Medical Hospital. In addition, UBA is providing a free telemedicine platform, that is physician-led, to provide direct access to medical advice to citizens, in compliance with social distancing requirements. UBA Group Chairman Tony O. Elumelu, stated ‘This is a time when we must all play our part. This global pandemic must bring citizens, governments and business leaders together – and quickly. As we see a rapidly increasing number of cases of the coronavirus in Nigeria and Africa, the private sector has to work hand in hand with various Governments, in stemming the spread of the global pandemic. We commend the efforts of governments and we are keen to partner and contribute our resources to the collective effort, that will ensure the response to the pandemic is swift and effective’. Operating in 20 African countries and globally in the United Kingdom, the United States and France, the United Bank for Africa has a strong record of supporting its communities, through challenging times. . #PulseNigeria #FeaturedPost #uba

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FG set to ban interstate travels by buses

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Uche Elendu reacts after Hilda Dokubo calls out Nigerian #Pastors for not bringing in the #Miracle when needed

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#leadership: While Lagos State Fumigates public Bus stops, Presidency fumigates Aso rock

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Coronavirus global update as at 9.00am

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Breaking: Lagos State Set to discharge 6 of it’s #Covid19 patients who have fully recovered

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#London Party Attendees begin revealing more details as #Coronavirus spreads.

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…Okoya, Osoba, Abiodun, Shagaya, Obey, others at Justice Oguntade’s birthday …Doctors obtain Abba Kyari’s medical records from British hospital …Edo speaker tests positive, Obaseki, Fayemi, Sule in self-isolation The number of people suffering from COVID-19 in the country rose to 51 on Wednesday from 18 on Thursday last week. The National Centre for Disease Control, on its Twitter page on Wednesday morning said, “Two new cases of #COVID19 have been confirmed in Nigeria: One in Lagos and One in Osun. Both cases are returning travellers to Nigeria in the last 7 days. As of 7am 25th March, there are 46 confirmed cases of #COVID19 in Nigeria. Two have been discharged with one death.” At 11:25pm, it said the cases had increased to 51. “Five new cases of #COVID19 have been confirmed in Nigeria: Two in the Federal Capital Territory, two in Lagos and one in Rivers State. Three are returning travellers into Nigeria and two are close contacts of a confirmed case. As of 11:25pm, 25th March, there are 51 confirmed cases, two discharged, one death,” it stated in its Twitter handle. The spread of the COVID-19 and possible contact with infected persons have made prominent Nigerians go into self-isolation. Those who have gone into self-isolation include the Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi; his Edo State counterpart, Godwin Obaseki; an industrialist and founder, Eleganza Group of companies, Chief Razaq Okoya; as well as a former Governor of Ogun State, Chief Olusegun Osoba. The Director General of the Nigeria Governors’ Forum, Mr Asishana Okauru, has also gone into isolation. Osoba, Okoya, the Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun and his wife, Bamidele; a veteran musician, Ebenezer Obey-Fabiyi; a popular businesswoman, Bola Shagaya and other prominent Nigerians attended the 80th birthday of the Nigerian High Commissioner in the United Kingdom, Justice George Oguntade, on March 10, 2020. Osoba, in an interview with one of our correspondents, said it was true that two people, who attended the party, had died, but stated that unnecessary alarm was being raised. ——- #london #nigeria #covid19 #punchnewspapers

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Nigeria takes delivery of #Coronavirus Test kits, protective gears and other relief kits from #Alibaba #Jackma

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Smiles turned upside down in wonder as #Tiwasavage reveals she adds sugar to her #swallow

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I never would have pinned her to be someone with a weird food behaviour. Adding sugar to your swallow is hard to understand since the soup taste will over shadow the entire taste of swallow, and all other mammals and fish in the soup will be left to chew after the swallow is sent down.

My question will be : Will the sugar go down with the swallow and soup, or will it now be left to mix with the meat and fish pieces ? Or just maybe she chews her swallow.. That may be the reason for this.

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I put sugar on my swallow – Tiwa Savage

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#Covid19 eats its way into the Nigerian politicians who have Ignored the shitty state of Nigerian hospitals

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#BindiSueIrwin Daughter of #TheAustralianzoo Pioneer, Weds in a private party

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Days after forgetting to shake, #PrinceCharles tests positive for #Coronavirus

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