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Churches and mosques to operate at 25 per cent capacity, Oyo state government reviews curfew

The Oyo state government has reviewed the curfew order issued to curb the spread of Coronavirus in the state. Governor Seyi Makinde’s Chief Press Secretary, Mr. Taiwo Adisa said the curfew would now run from 10pm to 4am. While churches and mosques were directed to operate at 25 per cent capacity; public gathering in the state are to have not more than 25 persons. The state government also announced the resumption of classes for Primary Six, JSS3 and SS3 students from Monday June 29; and the resumption of work by all category of workers at the state secretariat from June 22. This is to enable students prepare well for their examination. The statement read; “The schools are to observe the COVID-19 protocols as released by the Task Force, ensure that stations for washing of ha...
Woman Plays Violin As Surgeons Operate On Her Brain In London Hospital
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Woman Plays Violin As Surgeons Operate On Her Brain In London Hospital

This violinist played her instrument as surgeons removed a brain tumor Dagmar Turner wasn't just showing off when she played the violin during her brain surgery at King's College Hospital in London. Surgeons asked the 53-year-old to play her instrument to ensure that the professional violinist's musical abilities were not damaged during a tumor removal. The tumor, in her right frontal lobe, was dangerously close to areas of her brain that were responsible for coordinating delicate movements in her left hand. These regions are crucial for playing the violin, and in some spots, their distance from the tumor was as narrow as a credit card. "The violin is my passion. I've been playing since I was 10 years old," Turner said in a February 18 news release. "The thought of losing my ...
Amotekun: We Won’t Rely On Guns, Will Use Ancestors’ Powers To Operate
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Amotekun: We Won’t Rely On Guns, Will Use Ancestors’ Powers To Operate

As the newly launched security outfit tagged Western Nigeria Security Network (tagged: Operation Amotekun) is set to begin operation, one of its personnel, Soludero Hunters’ Association has said the outfit doesn’t rely on guns to function well but would use their ancestors’ powers to ward off any aggression against Yoruba indigenes in the zone. Oba Nureni Ajijola Anabi who is the National President of the hunters, told newsmen that since the outfit was launched, they had resuscitated all “powers used by our ancestors to conquer their aggressors and that’s what we will use in protecting our zone”. “We promise to be civil and law-abiding in our operations. We will never disappoint our governors who initiated the security outfit. Also, the Ooni of Ife, Oba Eniitan Adeyeye Ogunwus...
Uber Loses Licence To Operate In London
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Uber Loses Licence To Operate In London

Uber will not be granted a new licence to operate in London, Transport for London (TfL) has said. The regulator said the taxi app was not "fit and proper" as a licence holder, despite having made a number of positive changes to its operations. Uber originally lost its licence in 2017 due to safety concerns, but was granted a 15-month extension. The firm says it will appeal against the decision and can continue to operate during that process. It had received an additional two-month extension in September which expired on Sunday. Uber has faced resistance from regulators and traditional taxi services in a range of countries after being dogged by controversy for a number of years. Helen Chapman, Director of Licensing, Regulation and Charging at TfL, said: "As the regulator o...
40 U.S. Doctors Operate On 1-Week-Old Baby With Huge Growth On Her Neck
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40 U.S. Doctors Operate On 1-Week-Old Baby With Huge Growth On Her Neck

A baby born with a football-sized cyst on her neck is finally going home after a team of 40 doctors removed the growth from her neck in a gruelling operation. Parents feared the worst when little Bella-Rose Burress was delivered with a growth that was twice the size of her own head. But the one-week-old child has made a full recovery after the meticulous operation in Chicago, Illinois, was successful on August 27. Doctors diagnosed Bella-Rose with cystic hygroma - a collection of fluid-filled sacs - at Ms Pilarski's 20-week scan. At that time the growth measured 6cm but more than doubled to 13cm by the time she was born. A team of 40 doctors battle to cut the cyst from Bella-Rose's neck after her birth last week. Daniel comforts Ms Pilarski as she ...
Austria Govt Gives Nnamdi Kanu Free License To Operate Radio Biafra
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Austria Govt Gives Nnamdi Kanu Free License To Operate Radio Biafra

The Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has been given free licenses to operate a ‘Radio Biafra Broadcast'(RBB) in Austria. Nnamdi Kanu has been on it, for almost nine months now, so that, he can transmit ‘across the globe. And finally, His wishes have been granted by the Austria government. According to Biafra Magazine, Biafra radio will start operation before the end of August 2019.
Oil Marketers to shut Down Operations Midnight
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Oil Marketers to shut Down Operations Midnight

By Ndubuisi Francis in Abuja The Depot and Petroleum Products Marketers Association of Nigeria (DAPPMAN) on Sunday directed its members to shut down all loading operations by midnight. The directive was conveyed in a statement by DAPPMA’s Executive Secretary, Olufemi Adewole. The statement said oil marketers had disengaged employees due to their inability to pay salaries. “The Association took a bold step to stop the financial hemorrhaging of its members by the painful disengagement of its loyal workers after over 3 years of engaging with the Federal Government in the efforts to secure the payment of all subsidy induced debt owed marketers,” the statement read. “To avoid owing staff without any hope of pay, it is hereby agreed that since all our staff have ...
Lovers Traffic Girls, Make Them Sleep With 10 Men Daily
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Lovers Traffic Girls, Make Them Sleep With 10 Men Daily

Two lovers, Ikechukwu Egbulefu, 27, and Vera John, 26, who operate Wagbas Hotel, Ajah, Lagos, have been arrested for tricking three girls: Helen Dickson, 22; Deborah David, 18 and Chinwendu Oyekachi, 18, into prostitution, after promising to help them get decent jobs. One of the victims, Deborah, said she was lured into the act two months ago. When she got sick and tired of the lifestyle, she confronted John and begged her to return her home. John allegedly gave her N2,000 for transport from Lagos State to Akwa- Ibom State. Deborah said: “I was tired of the whole thing. More than 7 men slept with me every day. Each of those men paid N2,500. I hand the money over to Aunt Vera. When Vera noticed that I was tired of the game, she started threatening me. Vera and Ikechukwu said that I must ...
Notorious Criminal Who Uses Government I.D Card To Operate Arrested
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Notorious Criminal Who Uses Government I.D Card To Operate Arrested

PRESS RELEASE NIGERIAN ARMY ARRESTS A NOTORIOUS CRIMINAL IN TARABA STATE 1. The Nigerian Army has arrested a notorious criminal, Mr Bwesse H. Tanimu a.k.a skin in Taraba State. 2. Preliminary investigation revealed that the suspect with other members of his gang still at large are said to be responsible for various criminal activities within Takum and its environ. 3. The Nigerian Army wishes to assured the public of protection of lives and property at all times. 4. The pictures of the notorious criminal suspect and his gang are attached below. 5. You are please requested to disseminate this information to the general public through your news media. 6. Thank you for your kind cooperation. TEXAS CHUKWU Brigadier General Director Army Public Relations
FCMB Staff Dies Using Phone’s Torch To Operate Generator
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FCMB Staff Dies Using Phone’s Torch To Operate Generator

The guy above, Bode Akinsanya was a staff of FCMB Ogba Branch, he passed on yesterday as a result of burnt suffered why operating his generator with his phone's torch. Please never operate a gen set with phone's torch. Educate all your friends and family please.