Buhari Receives Madagascar’s COVID-19 Drug, Nigerian Doctor, Wife Die 10 Days Apart + Taraba Discharges All Its Patients

Good evening. Here are the top news headlines for Saturday, May 16, 2020

Buhari Receives Madagascar’s COVID-19 Herbal Drug

The herbal drug which Madagascar says it uses to treat COVID-19 patients has reached Nigeria.

President Muhammadu Buhari, who received portions of the drug from Guinea Bissau President Umaro Sissoco Embalo on Saturday, said the drug must be verified before use…READ MORE>>>


Three Die Of COVID-19 In Lagos

Nigerian president's top aide and 'de facto head of govt' dies of ...

Lagos State has recorded 179 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total confirmed infections in the state to 2, 278.

Three more patients also died from coronavirus-related complications in the state, The PUNCH reports…READ MORE>>>


UK-Based Nigerian Doctor, Wife Die 10 Days Apart

UK-based Nigerian doctor, wife die 10 days apart

NIGERIA-born Dr. James Oniah and his care home director wife, Mary, have died from coronavirus infection in the United Kingdom 10 days apart.

Seventy-nine year old retired radiologist Oniah died on April 24 only for Mary to succumb to the virus on May 4…READ MORE>>>


Taraba Discharges All COVID-19 Patients

Taraba State governor, Darius Ishaku, has stated that COVID-19 patients in Taraba State have all been discharged after testing negative…READ MORE>>>


How My Aunt Sold My Baby For N800,000 – New Mother Narrates

How my aunt sold my baby for N800,000 then lied to me that he died at childbirth - New mother narrates

A 20-year-old woman, Abiola Komolafe, has narrated how her aunt, Tolulope Bosede sold her one-month-old son to a child trafficking syndicate in Onitsha, Anambra State, after lying to her that the baby died after delivery…READ MORE>>>


Mo Abudu Demands Sky News Take Down Post Of ‘New Coronavirus Haircut’

Mo Abudu condemns Sky News and demands that they take down a post where they referred to thread hairstyle as new Coronavirus haircut

Media entrepreneur, Mo Abudu has expressed her displeasure and demanded that Sky News takes down a post where they referred to the threaded hairstyle as a “spiky coronavirus haircut” that gained popularity because it resembles the shape of the Coronavirus…READ MORE>>>