Month: March 2020

TREM: Members Flee as Impact Of Explosion Blows Off Church Roof

The fire explosion that rocked the pipeline in Abule Ado, Festac this Sunday morning has been said to have made members flee after it has blown off the roof of a church nearby. According to an eye witness who posted the video via his Twitter  @IC_Ju, and captioned it “Trem festac 7th avenue after the explosion. #heard #festac“ Trem festac 7th avenue after the explosion. #heard #festac pic.twitter.com/4mYmNz1Z8J — poetic-jvstice (@ic_ju) March 15,...

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Apostle Suleman – Diri’s emergence new dawn for Bayelsa

The General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministry, Apostle Johnson Suleman, has described the emergence of Douye Diri as Governor of Bayelsa as the beginning of a new dawn in the state. Apostle Suleiman stated this during a courtesy visit to the governor at the Government House, Yenagoa. A statement by the governor’s Acting Chief Press Secretary, Mr Daniel Alabrah, quoted the Christian cleric as describing Diri as a profound leader and a divine gift to the people of the state. He added that he has been praying for the governor against conspiracies and gang ups by mischief makers, maintaining...

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Dethronement from Emir of Kano “the will of God”, says Sanusi Lamido

One of Nigeria’s most influential Muslim and traditional leaders, the Emir of Kano, says he accepts his dethronement as the “will of God”. Muhammadu Sanusi II was dethroned on Monday for “insubordination”, the Kano state government said. He was escorted out of the palace by security officers, and replaced by his predecessor’s son, Aminu Ado Bayero. In his first comments since he was deposed, Mr Sanusi called for calm and for people to “embrace” the new emir. “God in His infinite Wisdom had willed that I will become an emir of Kano so I was enthroned on the 8th...

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First confirmed new coronavirus case in Poland

Poland on Wednesday announced its first confirmed case of the new coronavirus, highlighting the disease’s spread around the world in spite of health officials’ efforts to contain it. Health Minister, Lukasz Szumowski, said that the patient is feeling well and is being treated in a hospital in Zielona Gora in the west of the country. “The patient recently visited Germany. The patient’s family, and people the man had contact with, are being quarantined,’’ the minister said. In total, 500 people are being currently quarantined in Poland, while 68 people suspected of having contracted the virus are treated in hospitals....

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Global Shortage of Medical Supply to Fight Coronavirus-WHO Warns

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned of a global shortage and price hiking for protective equipment to fight the fast-spreading Coronavirus. Speaking Wednesday, it asked companies and governments to increase production by 40 per cent as the death toll from the respiratory illness surges. Crowds wearing protective masks, following the outbreak of the coronavirus, are seen at the Shinjuku station in Tokyo, Japan, March 3, 2020. Meanwhile, the U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates on Tuesday in an emergency move to try to prevent a global recession and the World Bank announced $12 billion to help countries fight...

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