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Incredible, Official Autopsy Says George Floyd Died of ‘Police Restraint, Combined With Heart Disease and Potential Intoxicants in His System’  And Not Asphyxiation Or Strangulation By Officer

Incredible, Official Autopsy Says George Floyd Died of ‘Police Restraint, Combined With Heart Disease and Potential Intoxicants in His System’ And Not Asphyxiation Or Strangulation By Officer

The family of George Floyd has hired their own pathologist for a separate autopsy after the official results claimed he did not die of strangulation or asphyxiation. The preliminary results of the county’s autopsy instead concluded Floyd, 46, died from a combination of heart disease and ‘potential intoxicants in his system’ that were exacerbated by the restraint placed on him ... Read More »

Discourse : Assessing The Impact Ff COVID-19 On The Nigerian Digital Economy And Post Pandemic Strategies – By Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami), PhD

Discourse : Assessing The Impact Ff COVID-19 On The Nigerian Digital Economy And Post Pandemic Strategies – By Isa Ali Ibrahim (Pantami), PhD

“…following my meeting with the Executive Governors, they had resolved to adopt the 2013 resolutions reached by the National Economic Council (NEC) which agreed on a maximum Right of Way charge of N145.00 per linear meter of fibre.” ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON THE NIGERIAN DIGITAL ECONOMY AND POST PANDEMIC STRATEGIES BEING A KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY ISA ALI IBRAHIM ... Read More »

COVID-19: FG VALIDATES THREE LOCAL CURE CLAIMS

COVID-19: FG VALIDATES THREE LOCAL CURE CLAIMS

The Federal Government on Wednesday said it has validated three of the numerous claims of local COVID-19 cures. The Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF) and Chairman of Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19, Boss Mustapha, made the disclosure this on Wednesday at the daily briefing of the Task Force. He said this followed the Federal Ministry of ... Read More »

OYO COVID-19: 143 Test Positive from Same Firm,As Government Battle To Curtail Rising Cases

OYO COVID-19: 143 Test Positive from Same Firm,As Government Battle To Curtail Rising Cases

An increase within the week, due to the rising number of cases among the staff of a customer centre outsourcing firm, iSON Xperiences, has brought the total number of positive cases in Oyo state to 233 as at Saturday evening. Out of the number, iSON Xperiences alone accounted for 143 persons who tested positive within the last three weeks. A ... Read More »

GOV BUNI FELICITATES WITH MUSLIM FAITHFULS, CALLS FOR MORE PRAYERS

GOV BUNI FELICITATES WITH MUSLIM FAITHFULS, CALLS FOR MORE PRAYERS

BY INUSA NDAHI, DAMATURU Yobe state Governor, Hon. Mai  Mala  Buni, has on Sunday congratulated Muslim faithfuls for successful completion of the one month Ramadan fast and call for more prayers for the state and country at largr. The Governor stated this in an Eid-el-fitr Sallah message marking the end of the Ramadan fast. The Sallah Message were contained in ... Read More »

Convid-19 : Face Mask Dangerous For Asthmatic And People With Lungs Infections -Expert

Convid-19 : Face Mask Dangerous For Asthmatic And People With Lungs Infections -Expert

People who have asthma or other lung conditions should not wear a face mask if it makes it difficult for them to breathe, experts say. People who have asthma or illnesses such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) or cystic fibrosis may find masks or face coverings make it hard for them to breathe. Masks can make it more difficult ... Read More »

Ceballos: Arsenal team have all tested negative

Ceballos: Arsenal team have all tested negative

Dani Ceballos has told TVE that the entire Arsenal team have tested negative for Covid-19 as the players return for individual training sessions. This is part of a phased process, which will ultimately lead to the recommencement of the 2019-20 Premier League season. The Spanish international has even revealed a time frame for that, suggesting that they’ve been told the ... Read More »

Police Harassment: Nigeria Medical Association Begins Sit- At -Home Protest

Police Harassment: Nigeria Medical Association Begins Sit- At -Home Protest

PRESS RELEASE OF THE LAGOS STATE BRANCH OF NIGERIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ON THE CONTINUED CONFLICTING DIRECTIVES OF GOVERNMENT AND LAW-ENFORCEMENT AGENTS ON THE STATUS OF ESSENTIAL WORKERS, INCLUDING DOCTORS AND OTHER HEALTH-WORKERS AND THE INCESSANT HARASSMENT OF HEALTHCARE WORKERS IN LAGOS Whereas the directives of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, President Muhamadu Buhari, through the Presidential Taskforce ... Read More »

Large doses of vitamin D won’t do anything to help with coronavirus

Large doses of vitamin D won’t do anything to help with coronavirus

Scientists have dismissed ‘very misleading’ claims that so-called ‘mega doses’ of vitamin D can protect against coronavirus. Some articles have claimed that it can act as a protective measure – which scientists say is ‘not true’ and prompted an urgent need to inform the public. However, they have emphasised the importance of maintaining a healthy level of vitamin D in ... Read More »

BREAKING: PTF Extends Gradual Easing Of COVID-19 Lockdown By Two Weeks

BREAKING: PTF Extends Gradual Easing Of COVID-19 Lockdown By Two Weeks

  The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 has extended the gradual easing of the lockdown by two weeks. The PTF Chairman and Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Mr Boss Mustapha, announced this on Monday during the briefing of the members of the task force in Abuja, the nation’s capital. He said, “The reality is that in ... Read More »

BORNO CONDUCTS 3- DAY TRAINING FOR HEALTH WORKERS ON COVID-19, INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL

BORNO CONDUCTS 3- DAY TRAINING FOR HEALTH WORKERS ON COVID-19, INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL

BY INUSA NDAHI, MAIDUGURI The National Primary Health Care Development Agency and Borno State Primary Health Care Development Agency (BoSPHCDA) under the Executive Director, Dr. Sule Meleh on Monday flagged off 3- Day Training of Trainers (TOT) on Infection, prevention and Control of COVID-19 for over 270 participants/Primary Health Care Workers drawn for 27 local government areas of the state. ... Read More »

People who lose smell or taste will be asked to self-isolate

People who lose smell or taste will be asked to self-isolate

Losing your sense of taste or smell is now officially listed as a symptom of coronavirus and anyone suffering must self-isolate for seven days. The loss of senses is to be added to the NHS coronavirus symptoms list, weeks after experts first raised concerns that Covid-19 cases are being missed. According to Metro.co.uk, England’s deputy chief medical officer Professor Jonathan ... Read More »

Coronavirus did not come from animals in Wuhan market, study finds

Coronavirus did not come from animals in Wuhan market, study finds

The Coronavirus did not come from a lab but was brought to the Wuhan wet market by humans, according to new research published this month. Scientists examining how to stop future pandemics found the virus that causes Covid-19 had already pre-adapted to human transmission and was ‘imported’ into the market by humans. The team said that because the market was ... Read More »

Convid -19 Lockdown: President Buhari To Address The Nation Tonight

Convid -19 Lockdown: President Buhari To Address The Nation Tonight

President Muhammadu Buhari will address the nation in a broadcast on Monday following the end of the first phase of the gradual easing of the COVID-19 lockdown. The president had addressed the nation on COVID-19 measures on three previous occasions. Sani Aliyu, the national coordinator of the presidential task force (PTF) on COVID-19, made the disclosure when he appeared on ... Read More »

‘We may never find a successful coronavirus vaccine,’ UK minister admits

‘We may never find a successful coronavirus vaccine,’ UK minister admits

The UK must accept the possibility that a successful Covid-19 vaccine may never materialise, the business secretary has warned. Metro.co.uk reports that during today’s daily No 10 press briefing, Alok Sharma said that in order to ‘definitively conquer this disease, we need to find a safe, workable vaccine’. He announced that the Government has pledged another £84 million to continue ... Read More »

30 staff members of a company test positive for coronavirus in Ibadan

30 staff members of a company test positive for coronavirus in Ibadan

  In an unprecedented manner,no fewer than 30 members of staff of an organisation in Ibadan have tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus (COVID-19). Oyo State Governor, Seyi Makinde,confirmed this development in a tweet  late on Saturday. He said: “The COVID-19 confirmation tests for thirty-one suspected cases came back POSITIVE. Thirty of these cases are members of staff of the ... Read More »

Tammy Abraham Moves out Of Family House, Says ‘My Father  has asthma, so the last thing I need is to catch Coronavirus and endanger everyone’

Tammy Abraham Moves out Of Family House, Says ‘My Father has asthma, so the last thing I need is to catch Coronavirus and endanger everyone’

It has been his breakthrough campaign at Chelsea, including his first goal for England, his first in the Champions League, his first hat-trick in the Premier League and a memorable late winner at Arsenal but he may need to move out of the family house because football  may return too soon,while public health remained  endangered by coronavirus. ‘That was my ... Read More »

Coronavirus: Jigawa Records 51 New Cases,30 of Them Almajirai From Kano

Coronavirus: Jigawa Records 51 New Cases,30 of Them Almajirai From Kano

BY DAHIRU SULEIMAN, DUTSE. Jigawa State has announced an increase of 51 new Covid -19 cases and one fatality bringing the total number of confirmed cases in the state  to 169, and 3 deaths recorded so far. The commissioner of Health Dr Abba Zakari Confirmed this to newsmen at the NYSC orientation camp in Dutse. Dr. Abba Zakari who is ... Read More »

Coronavirus could take five years to bring under control – WHO Scientist

Coronavirus could take five years to bring under control – WHO Scientist

Without an effective vaccine it could be four to five years before Covid-19 is safely under control It could be four to five years before the coronavirus pandemic is under control, a senior official from the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned. Chief Scientist Soumya Swaminathan said key factors in defeating Covid-19 in the long-term include whether the virus matures, ... Read More »

Raymond Dokpesi,2 Grandchildren Survive Coronavirus Scare

Raymond Dokpesi,2 Grandchildren Survive Coronavirus Scare

Twelve days after contracting the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19), High Chief Raymond Dokpesi and two of his grandchildren, have tested negative for the virus. Dokpesi and his two grandchildren were deemed to have recovered from COVID-19 after testing negative twice for the virus. Dokpesi, who is the founder of Daar Communications Plc, his son Raymond Dokpesi jnr, as well as his ... Read More »