Any Celebrity That Messes Up Will Be Called Out, If You Have A Problem With It Take A Dive Anywhere – Activist, Aisha Yesufu Slams Burna Boy (Video)
BBOG Activist Aisha Yesufu has slammed Burna Boy for saying “Nigerians will suffer if they don’t use same energy they use in dragging celebrities, to call out the government”.
Aisha who stated that Burna Boy has never called out the government for any of their ill-doings, maintained that any celebrity who messes up will get called out.
She also disclosed that everyone suffers from READ MORE>>>
Jilted Husband Allegedly Burns Ekiti Chief Alive For ‘Snatching His Wife ‘
The Ekiti State police has arrested a Tiv man identified simply as Sunday, after being linked to the death of 35-year-old Onibedo of Ilotin community of the state, Chief Sola Fatunla.
Before the incident, Sunday had apologized to the deceased for accusing him of snatching his wife Tadeni who he had two kids with before their marriage collapsed. The apology came after he found out that READ MORE>>>
Easter Celebration: Lagos Govt Speaks On Relaxing Covid-19 Lockdown
The Lagos State government has dismissed rumors that it has relaxed the COVID-19 lockdown in the state ahead of Easter celebration.
Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Gbenga Omotoso, gave the dismmissal while addressing journalists during the inter-ministerial media briefing on Thursday.
He said that the restriction of persons and vehicular movement is READ MORE>>>
EXCLUSIVE: How Kwara Government, Private Clinic, Concealed First COVID-19 Case
Fresh facts have emerged about how a private clinic in Kwara State and the state authorities attempted covering up the first COVID-19 case recorded in the state.
Kwara government had earlier announced that two cases were recorded in the state a few days ago.
However, when the state government revealed that one of the two cases is the wife of a United Kingdom returnee who died in the READ MORE>>>
Mid-Week Wrap-Up: Five Things To Know As Lagos Fights COVID-19
Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital as of Wednesday accounted for 52.5% of the total confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country with 145 cases out of 276 nation-wide.
So far 32 people have recovered and been discharged compared to just 3 deaths READ MORE>>>
202 Joggers, Cyclists, Loiterers Arraigned In Lagos For Defying Lockdown Order
202 persons were today arraigned before two mobile courts at the Force Criminal Investigation Department (CID), Panti, Yaba in Lagos state for violating the movement restriction order in the state.
A task force team empowered by the state government this morning arrested the defaulters at 15 areas in the state including Yaba, Agege, Ogudu/Ojota and Iju while they were either jogging, cycling or loitering.
They were immediately arraigned before Magistrates Makanju Oshodi and Nurudeen Layeni on a one-count charge of READ MORE>>>
88,981 Dead, 1,519,260 Infected In 192 Countries As COVID-19 Clocks 100 Days
The worldwide number of fatalities from the novel coronavirus pandemic rose to 88,981 on Thursday, according to a tally compiled by AFP at 1100 GMT from official sources.
More than 1,519,260 declared cases have been registered in 192 countries and territories since the epidemic first emerged in China in December.
Of these cases, at least 312,100 are now considered READ MORE>>>