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Here are top (5) hot News in the country this Morning.
1. <<"We Will Support You, Kwara State Government Tells Private School Owners">>
The state Government of Kwara has made it known to all concerned private school in the state, assuring them for full support during this COVID-19 period. The Kwara State Governor said promised to offer private school owners a free-interest loan to help amend necessary things they would need to attend to.
But the state Government requested for a database that would be needed for efficiency in circulation of plans. The Governor further said all actions should be in correspondence with Federal laws against the virus, urging all schools to have washing hand basin, sanitizers and others.
2. <<"Vibration On The Niger Delta Bridge Is a Not Dangerous Threat, Says FG">>
The 5 decades and 5 years old bridge linking Niger Delta and Anambra is making some unsafe sounds recently whenever vehicles transports on it. Mr Adeyemo Ajani, an official of Federal Works has posed peace into the people's mind that there is no cause for alarm, assuring them that it's not security at risk.
He explained that the bridges is standing on a roller and a rocker support which makes it sound that way. Ajani said the only fix it needs is the removal of checkpoints on both ends of the bridge and touts which causes long hours hold ups on the bridge.
3. <<"The Federal High Court Chief Judge Goes to 14 Days Isolation Over COVID-19">>
Justice John Tsoho, the Judge of the Federal Hight court has gone into a 2-weeks isolation over COVID-19 case that infected some of his official aides. Tsoho also ordered the other members to go into isolation to feel safe until the results are out.
For health is wealth, and is necessary for proper justice delivery such isolation is of paramount importance. Following order of strict compliance to safety measures against the virus.
4. <<"Ekiti State Ministry Exposes Sex Offender">>
Ekiti state has fulfilled its promise on allegations against sexual harassment. Just recently it has nabbed a 66-year old Bayo Atintewe a resident of ADO-EKITI. the culprit was convicted in High court against raping a 16-year old girl.
According to reports from the office of Ekiti State Attorney-General he said Ekiti state was first to work on exposing "sex offenders in the Federal Republic of Nigeria". Ekiti State is on the verge of making fixed punishment to such offenders which attracts life imprisonment.
5. <<"Mararaba Community in Taraba Where Water is Scarce">>
The Residents of Mararaba a community in Taraba State still suffers the supply of water in their abode and this has continued to cause whirlwind amongst them. The community is located in Donga LGA of Taraba, the residents are about 30,000 in number and any little discharge of water is luxurious to them.
But the good news is that they would soon be relieved of the issue as Government has taken steps to put end to their predicament. They were supplied with two drilling rigs and other water efficiency machines and smoke tankers.
The women of the community came out in their numbers to express their joy for what has been done would alleviate their sorrows.
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