Gov. Abiodun set to reopen churches, mosques in Ogun Aug 14

He warned that any worship centre that fails to follow all the...
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Gov. Abiodun set to reopen churches, mosques in Ogun Aug 14

He warned that any worship centre that fails to follow all the...

Tropical Storm Isaias churns in Caribbean, could hit Florida

Tropical Storm Isaias formed in the Caribbean Wednesday night — becoming the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season’s ninth named storm. With winds of up to 50...

Sarah Ferguson lands new job as judge on a new TV show where celebrities dance with HORSES

Sarah Ferguson has been keeping children (and adults) entertained daily throughout lockdown with her YouTube series Storytime With Fergie and Friends. But the Duchess of...

RFU awaiting huge financial hit from Sky Sports for fixture shake-up

The RFU are facing another financial hit following the cancellation of the autumn internationals amid uncertainty over the television rights deal for the ‘Eight...
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Boris Johnson tells fat Britons to get on their bikes and lose weight

Boris Johnson will tomorrow tell the two-thirds of Britons who are fat to get on their bikes to lose weight – as the Government’s controversial...

Coronavirus UK: 123 fatalities announced on Friday

Another 16 people were today confirmed to have died of Covid-19 in the UK, as SAGE admitted the reproduction rate of the virus has risen...

Egypt homeless, street children hit hard by pandemic scourge

Wandering Cairo’s bustling streets, Zeinab was struggling to survive by selling tissues when the coronavirus left her even more vulnerable, along with thousands of...

Matt Hancock launches urgent review into the way PHE counts coronavirus deaths

Health Secretary Matt Hancock today ordered Public Health England to review the way it counts deaths because of a 'statistical flaw' that means officials are 'over-exaggerating'...

Covid-19 was still the third most common cause of death in June

Covid-19 was still the third most common cause of death in England and Wales in June, even though the darkest days of crisis are...

Politics

Edo Deputy Governor Mocks Oshiomhole For Kneeling While Campaigning For Ize-Iyamu

Edo State deputy governor, Philip Shaibu, has mocked Adams Oshiomhole, ousted National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, for kneeling down while campaigning for...
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BREAKING: Boko Haram Attacks Convoy Of Borno Governor, Zulum, In Baga

Boko Haram fighters on Wednesday opened fire on the convoy of Babagana Zulum, governor of Borno State, SaharaReporters has gathered.Security sources said that the...

Ondo AAC Holds Governorship Primary Election To Pick Candidate

The African Action Congress will today hold its governorship primary election in Ondo to pick its candidate for the exercise in the state.The election...

Ex-Nigerian Minister, Diezani, Must Face N17.6bn Money Laundering Charges –Court

The Federal High Court in Abuja on Friday ordered a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs Diezani Alison-Madueke, to appear for arraignment on money...

BUSINESS NEWS

Nigeria’s COVID-19 Outbreak Could Impoverish 5 Million People, World Bank Says

Nigeria's coronavirus outbreak may push 5 million people into poverty as it triggers the worst recession in the African powerhouse since the 1980s, the...

Why Nigeria Cannot Enforce Tax Against Facebook, Google, Others—Expert

Nigeria will find it impossible to place taxes on the transactions of foreign tech companies like Netflix, Facebook, Google, Youtube and other virtual firms...

COVID-19 Dealt Seriously With Us, Nigerian Private Jet Operators Say

Private Jet operators in Nigeria under the banner of Private Jets Nigeria have lamented the economic loss they suffered as a result of the...

FCT Admin, Automobile Dealers Clash Over Plan To Demolish Apo Mechanic Village

The Federal Capital Territory Administration is at  loggerheads with the automobile dealers at the popular Apo mechanic village in Abuja over the plan to...

More Nigerians Take Businesses Online As COVID-19 Restricts Movement, Threatens Incomes

The lockdown in most Nigerian cities put in place as part of measures to stop the spread of Coronavirus has caused a lot of...
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Covid-19 was still the third most common cause of death in June

Covid-19 was still the third most common cause of death in England and Wales in June, even though the darkest days of crisis are...

MSMEs to get succour from economic sustainability plan — Minister

The duo spoke with State House correspondents at the Presidential Villa after...

Five killed, 10 injured in Somalia bomb attack

Somali government spokesman Ismael Mukhtar Omar confirmed the attack, saying the militant group al-Shabab was behind the latest attack in Baidoa town, the administrative...
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WORLD NEWS

Tropical Storm Isaias churns in Caribbean, could hit Florida

Tropical Storm Isaias formed in the Caribbean Wednesday night — becoming the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season’s ninth named storm. With winds of up to 50...

Sarah Ferguson lands new job as judge on a new TV show where celebrities dance with HORSES

Sarah Ferguson has been keeping children (and adults) entertained daily throughout lockdown with her YouTube series Storytime With Fergie and Friends. But the Duchess of...

RFU awaiting huge financial hit from Sky Sports for fixture shake-up

The RFU are facing another financial hit following the cancellation of the autumn internationals amid uncertainty over the television rights deal for the ‘Eight...

Coronavirus-infected passengers on the Ruby Princess mistakenly able to disembark

Coronavirus-infected passengers on the Ruby Princess cruise ship were mistakenly allowed to disembark after Australian Border Force officers confused their test results.  The passengers wrongly...

Louie Gohmert Tests Positive for Coronavirus After Refusing to Wear A Mask

Representative Louie Gohmert, a Texas Republican who has frequently refused to don a face covering in the Capitol, confirmed on Wednesday that he had...
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Health

Boris Johnson tells fat Britons to get on their bikes and lose weight

Boris Johnson will tomorrow tell the two-thirds of Britons who are fat to get on their bikes to lose weight – as the Government’s controversial...

Coronavirus UK: 123 fatalities announced on Friday

Another 16 people were today confirmed to have died of Covid-19 in the UK, as SAGE admitted the reproduction rate of the virus has risen...

Egypt homeless, street children hit hard by pandemic scourge

Wandering Cairo’s bustling streets, Zeinab was struggling to survive by selling tissues when the coronavirus left her even more vulnerable, along with thousands of...

Matt Hancock launches urgent review into the way PHE counts coronavirus deaths

Health Secretary Matt Hancock today ordered Public Health England to review the way it counts deaths because of a 'statistical flaw' that means officials are 'over-exaggerating'...

Covid-19 was still the third most common cause of death in June

Covid-19 was still the third most common cause of death in England and Wales in June, even though the darkest days of crisis are...