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COVID-19 killed my mother, I barely survived — MICHAEL CHINWUBA

THE year 2020 has been a very precarious, apprehensive and uncertain for people across the globe. The COVID-19 has caused overwhelming pain and disruption for many, and has made people begin to review their own mortality and assess the safety of their loved ones.

My COVID-19 survival story begins with the death of my dear sister, Ngozi Janice Okonkwo who passed away at 4:30 a.m. on June 4, 2020, after battling breast cancer for close to two years.

At least 21 people have been reported killed, while 28 others sustained various degrees of injury when gunmen attacked Kukum Daji Village of Kaura Local Government Area of Kaduna State on Sunday night.

Gunmen kill 21 in fresh Kaduna village attack

While the State Police Command is yet to confirm the incident, the President of the Community’s Development Association, , Mr. Yashen Titus, said the gunmen, suspected to be herdsmen, invaded the venue of a wedding party in the community at about 10:35 pm on Sunday night.

Abia government commence massive test against covid 19

Abia State Governor, Dr Okezie Ikpeazu, on Monday flagged off the coronavirus (COVID-19) community surveillance and testing program in the State.

The process is aimed at breaking the chain of transmission and stem community spread of the disease.

40 corona virus patient discharge in Kwara State.

The Kwara State government, on Monday, announced the discharge of 40 Covid-19 patients.

A 9pm update by the state Covid-19 technical committee in Ilorin, now put the total number of patients discharged at 244.

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