The Nigeria Oil and Gas Industry in a bid to support Nigerian States in its efforts to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic has donated valuable items to the Cross River state COVID 19 response team poised to help boast the fight against the dreaded COVID-19 pandemic.Speaking during the presentation of the items, Mr Bappah Babayo who is an official from NNPC appreciated the government of Sen Prof Ben Ayade and his Health Commissioner Dr Betta Edu for their efforts towards tackling this Virus in the State as the remain a great success story in Nigeria and africa.
Since the break out of the dreaded coronavirus also known as covid-19 pandemic, the entire world has not being the same, the modus operandi of virtually everything in our world has changed, I won't be wrong if I say, covid-19 brought compulsory harsh discipline to us.
The Covid-19 pandemic was a major hit everywhere in the world.Despite being a health crisis that claimed a lot of lives, the pandemic also affected economies and businesses globally.The Covid-19 pandemic started hitting our nation in early 2020 and it has had a huge impact on our economy and way of life.
Covid-19 pandemic which struck Nigeria last year affected every sphere(Economically, Academically, Socially and Otherwise) of our human existence as a nation.The area of our life that has been the most hit by this dreaded virus is the Nigerian Economy.It was made worst due to the dependency of the nation on importation of Goods.
Nigeria's economy contracted by 6.1 percent year on year in the second quarter of this year, owing to many Nigerians being rendered unemployed by COVID-19, as well as lower volumes of exports such as oil.Over 21 million Nigerians (27 percent of the labor force) are unemployed.
Coronavirus (Covid19), a deadly disease that has affected the system of human life in Africa, Europe and other continents.The virus was discovered in the City of Wuhan, People Republic of China on 31 December, 2019, in which it was spread throughout the entire world However, the first case was confirmed in Nigeria on 27th February, 2020 in Lagos State, in which an Italian man who works in Nigeria contacted the virus in Italy and came to Nigeria via Lagos Airport.
Nigeria has suffered terribly due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.It was even more difficult during the lockdown, as many people lost their businesses and did not have much avenue for making money.The bad situation continued to the extent that it was as though the country was at the verge of war.
During the Living Faith's Covenant Hour of Prayer that was held yesterday, Pastor Oyedepo revealed that he would not take Covid-19 vaccines.He added that he was not a Guinea pig.He insisted that Church is the only answer to Covid-19.He further explained that he has never seen a generation where people are forced to take drugs against their wish.
With numerous Nigerians made jobless by COVID-19, joined with lower volumes of fares like oil, Nigeria's economy has shrunk by 6.1% year on year in the second quarter of this current year.27% of Nigeria's workforce (more than 21 million Nigerians) are jobless.
Actually, The world is in the midst of a COVID-19 pandemic.As WHO and partners work together on the response tracking the pandemic, advising on critical interventions, distributing vital medical supplies to those in need they are racing to develop and deploy safe and effective vaccines.
In life, we all know that everyone is entitled to their own opinions.Bringing us to the fact that according to report from Punch News, it was made known that Bishop Oyedepo challenged the Covid vaccine and vow never to take it.He made these statement during a church program (Covenant Hour of Prayer).
Apostle Suleman is one of the most influential men of God in Nigeria.He is the general overseer of the Omega Fire Ministry (OFM) international.He is particularly known for his critical contribution to the sociopolitical matters of the country.
Popular Yoruba rights activist and national publicity secretary of the Yoruba rights group, Afenifere, Yinka Odumakin, has been announced dead.Yinka Odumakin is one of Nigeria's leading activist who have advocated for human rights over the years.
Nigerian's pastor and founder of Christ Embassy Church worldwide, has landed a fine of about £125,000 in the UK over his controversial posts that was broadcast across their country on topics of 5G technology, as well as the Corona virus pandemic.
The Federal Government of Nigeria is proposing to spend the sum of N396 billion for the Importation of Covid-19 vaccines to the country in 2021 and 2022.
A stimulus check is a check sent to a tax payer (someone who pays their tax) by the United States government.The intention of the stimulus check is to stimulate the economy by providing consumers with some spending money.
Shehu Sani took his Twitter account to share important information.Read below Yinka Odumakin; It’s unusual for me to send a message to comrade Yinka without a response.That happened just yesterday.
After Chris Oyakhilome’s claims about COVID-19 & 5G network, See how much UK fined him(More details)
The founder of the Christ Embassy church popularly known as Pastor Chris has been fined by a United Kingdom based firm known as OFCOM for the alleged false claims and statement made by Chris Oyakhilome about COVID-19 and 5G network.
According to reports, authorities in the United Kingdom have slammed a £125,000 fine on Loveworld TV channel, owned by Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, for airing conspiracy theories about Covid-19 that were unproven.
The Office of Communication in the United Kingdom, preferably called Ofcom, has placed a fine against a religious channel, Loveworld, owned by a renowned Nigerian Pastor, Chris Oyakhilome.