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Nigeria Confirms Three More Deaths As COVID-19 Infections Cross 45, 000

    Nigeria on Thursday reported three more deaths from COVID-19 as the country’s infections from the virus crossed 45, 000. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) which revealed the latest figure, also said the West African nation had 354 fresh COVID-19 cases for the day. Nigeria’s latest COVID-19 infections were confirmed in 16 … Continue reading Nigeria Confirms Three More Deaths As COVID-19 Infections Cross 45, 000

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Microsoft Eyes Entire Operations Of TikTok In Talks – Report

  Microsoft has expanded its talks on TikTok to a potential deal that would include buying the global operations of the fast-growing video-sharing app, the Financial Times reported Thursday. Microsoft declined to comment on the report, after previously disclosing it was considering a deal for TikTok operations in the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. … Continue reading Microsoft Eyes Entire Operations Of TikTok In Talks – Report

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BREAKING: INEC Introduces Election Result Viewing Portal

  The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has introduced a dedicated portal where election results from polling units can be viewed in real-time. This was disclosed by Festus Okoye, INEC spokesperson, in a statement on Thursday. According to the statement, the portal is a new step to further strengthen INEC’s election management process and enhance … Continue reading BREAKING: INEC Introduces Election Result Viewing Portal

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Premier League clubs vote against retaining five subs rule

    Premier League clubs voted against continuing to allow five substitutes for the 2020/21 season on Thursday. Following the resumption of the 2019/20 campaign after the coronavirus shutdown, clubs were allowed to name nine substitutes and make five changes during matches to support player welfare. Some clubs wanted the new regulation carried over but … Continue reading Premier League clubs vote against retaining five subs rule

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‘Vaccine Nationalism’ Cannot Beat COVID-19, Says WHO

      The World Health Organization on Thursday warned against “vaccine nationalism,” saying vaccine-hogging richer countries would not be safe coronavirus havens if poor nations remained exposed. WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said it would be in wealthier nations’ interests to ensure that any vaccines eventually produced to protect against the new coronavirus were … Continue reading ‘Vaccine Nationalism’ Cannot Beat COVID-19, Says WHO

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Mauritanian President Reshuffles Cabinet After First Year

    Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Cheikh El Ghazouani on Thursday carried out a government reshuffle and replaced his prime minister, a day after prosecutors received a key report on the dealings of former head of state Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz. The Saharan state’s official news agency AMI said Prime Minister Ismail Ould Bedda Ould … Continue reading Mauritanian President Reshuffles Cabinet After First Year

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‘Current Goings-On Portend Grave Danger For Edo Elections’ – Atiku

    Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar says the current happenings in Edo portend grave danger for the forthcoming governorship elections in the state. Atiku also said, in a series of tweets on his official handle, that recent developments in the South South state is a threat to constitutional order in the country. The presidential … Continue reading ‘Current Goings-On Portend Grave Danger For Edo Elections’ – Atiku

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Naira Marley, Manager Plead Guilty To Violating COVID-19 Lockdown Order

  Pop-star Azeez Fashola, more known as Naira Marley, and his manager, Seyi Awouga, have pleaded guilty to violating a COVID-19 lockdown order in Lagos. According to a police statement on Thursday, the duo was “awarded a fine of one hundred thousand naira each by the presiding Magistrate.” Channels Television had earlier reported how Naira … Continue reading Naira Marley, Manager Plead Guilty To Violating COVID-19 Lockdown Order

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