Pastor Chris Backtracks On 5G Being Anti-Christ
In an earlier statement and teaching, the Nigerian cleric had stated that Coronavirus was created to instill fear in people who will embrace 5G as a way of escaping the pandemic.
However in a new teaching, Pastor Chris, who described himself as a technology enthusiast, said he was more concerned about 5G because of READ MORE>>>
Is It Right To Marry My Brother In-Law Three Weeks After My Husband’s Death? Lady Seeks Advice
A Nigerian lady who recently lost her husband has cried out over the advances she is getting from his brother barely a month after her husband’s demise.
The lady identified as Tina Kalu on Facebook, took to the platform a few hours ago to recount her experience and ask well-meaning Nigerians if it is right for her to go ahead READ MORE>>>
JUST IN: Lagos Records Another COVID-19 Death
Lagos State has recorded another death to Coronavirus, bringing the total number so far in the state to five.
Commissioner for Health in Lagos, Prof Akin Abayomi, made the announcement via his Twitter handle on Sunday.
He said the death was due to complication from READ MORE>>>
Man, 30, Allegedly Jumps Off Bridge In Anambra
A young man has narrowly escaped death after allegedly jumping off an overhead bridge at Upper Iweka in Onitsha, Anambra state.
Residents in the area said the 30-year-old attempted the suicide around 3.15pm on Saturday following news of total lockdown by the state government.
One of them, who preferred anonymity, said he saw the body of the man lying READ MORE>>>
It’s Been Hard For Us Surviving Lockdown Without Daily Income — Street Traders, Hawkers
Lockdown occasioned by the coronavirus pandemic is disrupting economy at different scales across the globe with several income-yielding activities being at their lowest ebb.
While big firms have devised some models like allowing their workers to work from home to cushion the effect of the shutdown, hundreds of small businesses have been brought to a standstill, leaving the operators in READ MORE>>>
Ayade Orders Partial Resumption Of Work For Civil Services
The Governor of Cross River State, Professor Ben Ayade has directed all civil servants from Grade Level 10 and above to resume work from Tuesday, April 14, 2020.
This is part of new orders issued by the governor as the State continues in measures to ensure that the COVID-29 pandemic doesn’t spread into READ MORE>>>
We Can’t Come To Pick Thieves, Cell Is Full – Police Allegedly Tell Ifo Residents
The Police in Ifo, Ogun state has been accused of allegedly refusing to show up after they were called upon by the residents when a thief was caught in the community.
According to a social media report, a boy was appeared to miss his way was caught in an estate in Ifo, an area in Ogun where robbers have been terrorizing since READ MORE>>>