With 553 COVID-19 cases in 24 hours, Nigeria records highest daily toll – TheCable

With 553 COVID-19 cases in 24 hours, Nigeria records highest daily toll  TheCable Despite Low Testing, Nigeria Ranks Third In COVID-19 Cases In Africa  SaharaReporters.com Nigeria records highest daily COVID-19 infections with 553 new cases  Vanguard Over 1,000 cases recorded in four days as Nigeria’s COVID-19 toll surpasses 9,000  TheCable COVID-19 : NMA writes President Buhari over situation in

Lai Mohammed: With Buhari’s Courageous Leadership, Nigeria on the Road to Greatness – THISDAY Newspapers

Lai Mohammed: With Buhari’s Courageous Leadership, Nigeria on the Road to Greatness  THISDAY Newspapers EXPOSED: Presidency Lied, Technical Issues Blanked Out Buhari While Giving Speech During UN Virtual Meeting  SaharaReporters.com Buhari has put Nigeria on irreversible road to sustainable development, says Mohammed  Guardian Buhari’s fifth year: Lingering hopes and barriers  Guardian Is President Buhari re-beginning May 29, 2015?Opinion  Guardian View

Kaduna Government Discharges Four-month-old COVID-19 Patient

Kaduna State Government has disclosed that a four-month-old child, who earlier tested positive for COVID-19, has been discharged after testing negative for the virus. Amina Mohammed Baloni, Commissioner for Health in the state, made this known in a statement on Saturday. She said, “Out of the total number of 232 cases reported, 149 have been

BREAKING: 286 Stranded Nigerians Evacuated From China Arrive Abuja Airport

The Nigerian Government has evacuated 286 Nigerians stranded in China due to the COVID-19 lockdown. The Nigerians arrived the Nnamdi Azikwe International Airport, Abuja, on Saturday. Chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, while announcing the arrival said the returnees would be proceeding on compulsory 14 days isolation.  NIDCOM A tweet by NIDCOM

Social Investment Programme Monitors Ask President Buhari To Sack Minister Of Humanitarian Affairs Over Unpaid Monthly Stipend

Sadiya Umar Farouk Independent monitors of the National Social Investment Programme have called for the sack of Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Sadiya Farouq. The team made the demand on Saturday while expressing their grievances following the refusal of the minister to pay their accumulated monthly stipends. Findings by SaharaReporters showed