Without a doubt, The richest African men have become considerably wealthier this year, despite the Covid-19 crisis that happened last year. However, it seems that these wealthy men are not dropping anytime soon as they have continued to grow their wealth over the years. As we all know that African countries are one of the most hardworking countries in the world, despite the large population in Africa.
There COVID-19 epidemic has acted as a sharp reminder of why maintaining a healthy immune system should be one of your top concerns. The lower your body's defenses are, the easier it is for whatever ailment is circulating to derail your life, and while COVID-19 has done a lot of damage, we've always been surrounded by diseases that have the potential to do a lot of damage.
Recall that last year being 2020, it was really a horrible year ever, in the history of Nigeria, as the country suffered two terrible plagues which were Covid-19 pandemic and the EndSars saga. These two plagues terribly affected every activities of the country and left her with a memory for a lifetime.
As the controversy continue about the Corona Virus vaccine in Nigeria. Some Pastors have directly or indirectly supported the Federal Government on getting vaccinated and some encouraged their members to take it if they want to. Though, we still have other pastors who have criticized the vaccine in Nigeria.
With the latest outbreak of the Corona virus, you could say it is a good time to enlighten people on the various diseases and viruses that this world has ever encountered. You will be amazed how these deadly viruses, almost wiped out the whole of humanity. At the end of it all, one can only conclude, that it must have been God's intervention that saved the world.
2020 was the year of the COVID-19 which crippled socio-economic activities around the world. However, the Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta (PIND), a Nigerian non-profit organization established in 2010, and its partners helped multi-sector market actors to create a joint-market response to the pandemic that lessened the negative impacts on thousands of poor smallholder farmers and small businesses in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region.
The federal government of Nigeria has recently made some crucial adjustments to the existing travel protocols that were instated to prevent the spread of Covid-19. According to the statement made on Friday, October 15, 2021, by the chairman of the presidential steering committee and secretary to the government of the federation, Boss Mustapha.
According to reports, former United States Secretary of State, Collin L. Powell has died. Powell, who was the first black man to hold the position of Secretary of State, died as a result of complications that arose from a Covid-19 infection. He was aged 84.
Given the pandemic nature of the covid-19 and the somewhat easy communicability, do much attention has been given to it. So many policies put in place to check the spread. (www.shutterstock.com) Vaccines have been developed for the virus, which even mutates, making the vaccine less effective for the variants.
This year's Big Brother Naija Show had the least recorded viewers in history when compared to the previous shows. The popularity of the show greatly dropped this year due to unclear reasons but I will suggest some of my proposed reasons in this article and I would also like to hear the opinions of my viewers.
Colin Powell who was alleged to be the first black US Secretary Of State, as well as a former top military officer, has died. According to reports, Powell (84) died of Covid-19 complications, on Monday morning, 18th October, 2021. His family disclosed that, he was fully vaccinated.
According to Prof. Akin Abayomi, the Lagos State Commissioner for Health, the state has reported 288 fatalities in the ongoing COVID-19 third wave. Since the beginning of the epidemic, the state has done 783,404 valid COVID-19 sample tests, according to the commissioner. On Monday, Abayomi revealed the information on his Facebook page, @Profakinolaabayomi, while providing the state's COVID-19 report for October 15.
According to "PREMIUM TIMES," news source, the Nigerian government has directed all its employees, to get vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, as this will soon become a prerequisite for gaining access into their various offices. According to a statement released by the Chairman of the Presidential Steering Committee (PSC), on Covid-19, Boss Mustapha, "he said the new directive was briefed on Wednesday."
As the world continues to suffer at the hands of the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of false assumptions have surrounded the discussions on it. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), this Virus which has spread from a little fraction of the world, in China, has metamorphosed from a mere public health emergency of international concern to a Pandemic in March 11, 2020.
Due to the Covid-19 crisis, many big clubs have gone broke. Check out the 5 big teams that are in huge debt in the year 2020. 1. Manchester United: Despite the reds being one of the biggest teams in the world, they are currently in a huge net debt of €568 million since the Glazer family took over the club in 2005.
As we mark the Global Hand washing day today, You should learn the best ways to wash your hands to prevent germs. Proper washing of hands can help prevent the spread of Covid-19 and other contagious diseases. A clean hand is your passport to a healthy life.
The Federal Government has proposed a N47 billion annual payment of hazard allowances for the Nigerian Association of Resident Doctors. Minister of Labour and Employment, Senator Chris Ngige disclosed this yesterday in a meeting with NARD leadership led by Dr. Dare Godiya Ishaya. Photo credit: Twitter.
Photo Credit: Goggle Nigeria will maintain COVID-19 Guidelines– Buhari Photo Credit: Daily Post President Muhammadu Buhari says the country will continue to maintain its COVID-19 guidelines and protocols to protect its citizens and stop the spread of the virus. The president stated this on Thursday in Abuja when he presented the 2022 Appropriation Bill for an aggregate expenditure of N16.39 trillion to the National Assembly.
VP talks of much progress in post Covid-19 economic stimulus but worried CBN,banks delaying full implementation with funding delays In a presentation at the ongoing Mid-term Ministerial Retreat of the Federal Government today in Abuja presided over by President Muhammadu Buhari, his deputy, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has given a detailed report of the Economic Sustainability Plan highlighting successful outcomes and problems that has delayed an even better implementation of the N2.3 Trillion post Covid-19 stimulus package.
Popular Nigerian and International singer, Tiwa Savage has revealed the things that she can’t do without when leaving the house. Tiwa Savage who is getting ready for her reality TV show had dropped a snippet on her Instagram page as an anticipation for the forthcoming show.