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Comedy Video: Broda Shaggi – The Galaxy

Comedy Video: Broda Shaggi – The Galaxy

Popular Instagram comedian Broda Shaggi is back with a new comedy skit titled BRODASHAGGI EXPLAINS THE GALAXY #brodashaggi #oyahitme #comedy #laughs

Broda Shaggi is a Nigerian actor, comedian and voice over artiste. His passion for acting and comedy originated during his childhood days. While he was growing up, he has the burning passion to act drama and he couldn’t wait to grow up so that he can fulfill his destiny.


Most Football Players Scared Of Returning – Sergio Aguero

Sergio Aguero
Sergio Aguero

Sergio Aguero says “the majority of players are scared” by the prospect of returning to football too soon amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Premier League clubs remain determined to finish the 2019/20 campaign and are due to receive ‘Project Restart’ proposals at a meeting on Friday about how the season could resume as early as June 8.

Agüero, 31, has been spending lockdown in his Cheshire home, but could return to training in the next couple of weeks.

“The majority of players are scared because they have family, they have children, they have babies, parents,” Aguero told Spanish TV programme El Chiringuito.

“It does scare me but I have just been here with my girlfriend, I haven’t had contact with other people and they say that to contract the disease is very rare and difficult but they say that there are people who have it, and they don’t have symptoms and they can infect you.

“That’s why I’ve stayed at home. You can be infected and you don’t know anything about it.”

Manchester City’s training complex at the Etihad remains closed with players fulfilling individual programmes.

Foreign players and managers returning to England are likely to be asked to self-isolate as part of steps to curb the spread of the virus.

Fernandinho, Gabriel Jesus, Ederson, Rodri, Bernardo Silva and David Silva are among those to have left the country during the lockdown.

Proposals have been drafted by Premier League director of football Richard Garlick but a return to training will only happen with the agreement of the government.

Plans include testing all players and officials 48 hours before returning to training and they will also be tested for potential respiratory problems associated with coronavirus.

Nigerian Evangelist Reportedly Commits Suicide In Malaysia (Photos)


Nigerian Evangelist Reportedly Commits Suicide In Malaysia (Photos)

A middle-aged Nigerian man, identified as Evangelist Nwabueze Franklin Kelechi, has died in Malaysia.

The man reportedly died after allegedly plunging down from his condo at Skyvilla, Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia.

The tragic incident occurred on Thursday morning. According to reports, the deceased was going through a rough patch in life and the frustration might have been the reason why he took such step.

His body has since been moved to the morgue by Malaysian police after his younger brother filed an official report.

Below are images from the scene of the reported suicide.

Nigerian Evangelist Reportedly Commits Suicide In Malaysia (Photos)

Six Almajiris, Four Others Test Positive For COVID-19 In Bauchi


Six Almajiris, Four Others Test Positive For Covid-19 In Bauchi

Ten more persons have tested positive for COVID-19 in Bauchi State, The PUNCH reports.

This brings the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 48 including 42 active cases and six recoveries.

Confirming the new infections shortly after the announcement by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control on Friday night, the Chairman, Bauchi State Primary Health Care Development Agency, Dr Rilwan Mohammed, said the new cases included six more Almajiri deportees from Kano State.

The state governor had said 345 Almajiri children were repatriated to the state from Kano, Kaduna, Plateau, amongst others.

Speaking with our correspondent on phone, the state’s PHCDA chairman said, “We recorded 10 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Bauchi State. The results were sent to me from the National Research for Veterinary Institute, Vom, Plateau State at about 11pm today (Friday).

“This brings the total number of confirmed cases in the state to 48 with 42 of them active while six have already been discharged after they tested negative. All our cases are returnees except our index case.

“Six more Almajiri children that were returned from Kano State are among the results we got. There are seven Almajiris that are now positive (for COVID-19) out of the 38 brought in from Kano and they are on isolation at the General Hassan Katsina Unity College, Yelwa.”

How Policemen Enforcing Curfew In Ondo Caused A Horrific Vehicular Accident (Photos)


How Policemen Enforcing Curfew In Ondo Caused A Horrific Vehicular Accident (Photos)

Some policemen enforcing the dusk to dawn curfew in Akure, Ondo State, have caused an accident after throwing wood at the tyre of a speeding Sports Utility Vehicle, a report by SaharaReporters has shown.

The accident led to the injury of the yet to be identified driver of the vehicle.

SaharaReporters learnt that the incident happened around 8:30pm on Friday.

The policemen fled the scene immediately after causing the accident.

Residents told SaharaReporters that the policemen are attached to Ijapo Divisional Police Station in Akure.

“The attitude displayed by the policemen tonight is unprofessional. They saw that the vehicle was coming and they immediately threw a heavy wood at the tyre.

“This caused the vehicle to veer off the road, causing the driver to hit his head on the windshield.

“The man was badly injured and was rushed to the hospital while the vehicle got damaged.”

Spokesperson for the police in the state could not be reached for comments at the time of this report.

How Policemen Enforcing Curfew In Ondo Caused A Horrific Vehicular Accident (Photos)

How Policemen Enforcing Curfew In Ondo Caused A Horrific Vehicular Accident (Photos)

I Need A Man Badly, I Don’t Mind Being A 3rd Wife – Beautiful Actress, Christabel Egbenya

I Need A Man Badly, I Don'T Mind Being A 3Rd Wife - Beautiful Actress, Christabel Egbenya

Nollywood actress, Christabel Egbenya has claimed she is badly in need of a man and does not mind being a third wife.

Beautiful actress, Christabel Egbenya says she needs a man badly. As it is now, she doesn’t even mind being a second or third wife as long as her happiness is guaranteed.

The Enugu State-based role interpreter confessed to Inside Nollywood that she’s presently not in any serious relationship and therefore she is ready to welcome a man into her life now.

Hear her: “When it comes to serious relationship, for now, I don’t have a man. But that doesn’t mean I don’t have a boyfriend. I need an understanding man. I need a man who will love me for who I am and will support my business and all. It’s better if he is rich, handsome and dark. Who doesn’t like better thing? That is every woman’s prayer. However, I can marry from any tribe. It doesn’t matter if he is Igbo, Yoruba or Hausa; as long as I am happy with him, it’s okay. I can even be a second or third wife, it doesn’t really matter as long as there is true love and happiness.”

The CEO of Label Beauty World, however, lamented the COVID-19 lockdown that has affected her business.

“My shop has been on lockdown. There is no movie and no income. Staying at home is even a burden because there is no light to do anything. Things haven’t been easy. I feel very terrible because there’s no money at the moment. The cosmetic goods in my shop are changing colours, and I am losing millions. For now, all I do is sleep, wake up, do some exercises, and then pray. I miss traveling. I am not used to staying in a place. I love working. I just pray this pandemic ends soon,” she bemoaned.

‘This is the strangest championship I have won’ – PSG captain, Thiago Silva confirms his team has been crowned champions of France


'This Is The Strangest Championship I Have Won' - Psg Captain, Thiago Silva Confirms His Team Has Been Crowned Champions Of France

Paris Saint-Germain captain, Thiago Silva has confirmed his team were crowned champions of France’s Ligue 1 following the cancellation of the season due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP) made a decision this week to award the title for the 2019-20 campaign to PSG, as they currently lead with 12-points over Marseille with a game in hand.

In a statement published via club’s official website, the Brazilian defender admitted that he agrees with the decision to cancel the league because the important thing is the health of the players.

He said: ‘The most important thing is the health of the players, and of everyone.

'This Is The Strangest Championship I Have Won' - Psg Captain, Thiago Silva Confirms His Team Has Been Crowned Champions Of Francehttps://alexis.lindaikejisblog.com/photos/shares/5ead49fb140b5.jpg
‘If the championship had resumed, it may be that a fortnight or a month after the virus is back. This avoids worsening the situation. I believe the right decision has been made. It’s a little weird for us. It is the strangest championship I have won, but we are going to celebrate it anyway because we deserve to win it. ‘

He also wrote via Instagram page: ‘In unimaginable circumstances, this title remains a source of great pride.

‘I can only thank God for being the champion for the seventh time in eight years in Ligue 1. I would not have come this far without the support of my family, in particular my beloved wife and children, my teammates, all staff and fans’.

He continued: ‘I dedicate this title to all the doctors and healthcare staff who are fighting Covid-19 around the world. They are our players today, who are fighting so that we can return to the fields and stadiums as soon as possible. ‘

The club, meanwhile, also dedicated the win ‘to caregivers and everyday heroes.’

Super Eagles player, Moses Simon and wife, Ibukunoluwa, welcome a baby girl


Super Eagles Player, Moses Simon And Wife, Ibukunoluwa, Welcome A Baby Girl

Super Eagles player, Moses Simon and his wife Ibukunoluwa have welcomed a baby girl

The Nantes forward who shared a photo of him carrying their daughter, said she arrived on Thursday April 30. He wrote;

Glory be to God !!On 30:4:20 God added another princess to my castle and a special thanks to my @princess_mide27 Words will never be enough to express just how thankful I am that you are my wife i will keep loving and cherish you forever

Super Eagles Player, Moses Simon And Wife, Ibukunoluwa, Welcome A Baby Girl

The couple welcomed their first child in 2018.

Emir of Rano reportedly rushed to hospital in critical condition


Emir Of Rano Reportedly Rushed To Hospital In Critical Condition

One of the emirs of the newly created emirates in Kano, the Emir of Rano, Dr Tafida Abubakar Ila ll, was allegedly taken to a hospital yesterday, May 1, over an illness.

Though it is still not clear if his illness is related to Coronavirus, Daily Trust reported that he was brought to Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital (AKTH) in a critical state. He was reportedly referred to the Nassarawa Specialist Hospital for further medical attention.

A traditional title holder in Rano emirate who pleaded anonymity told the publication that the Emir of Rano was first rushed to AKTH, but was referred to Nassarawa hospital due to lack of oxygen.

He said;

“The vehicle conveying the emir to Nassarawa hospital just left the premises of AKTH, the condition of the emir was critical at the time they departed AKTH.

“The emir is in critical condition and from the look of things, the situation is alarming, may Allah protect us all.”

Cristiano Ronaldo plans to overtake Pele’s goalscoring record and become greatest of all time- Gary Neville


Cristiano Ronaldo Plans To Overtake Pele'S Goalscoring Record And Become Greatest Of All Time- Gary Neville

Premier League football legend, Gary Neville, has said that he doesn’t see Ronaldo retiring from the game of football until he has surpassed Pele’s goalscoring record because he wants to be termed the best footballer of all time.

Gary Neville and Ronaldo were team-mates at Manchester United and the ex-Manchester United defender says Ronaldo’s obsession with perfection might see him play until his 40s.

Cristiano Ronaldo Plans To Overtake Pele'S Goalscoring Record And Become Greatest Of All Time- Gary Neville

Pele scored a total of 1281 goals in 1363 games, a Guiness Book record, while Ronaldo has scored over 700 goals prompting Neville to say surpassing Pele is Ronaldo’s main target.

“He just wanted to be the very, very best in the world and it’s so important to him,” Neville told SkySports.

“It’s an obsession. Absolute obsession with scoring goals. Applying himself every single day, being the fittest he can possibly be. I think he’s lifted his professionalism every single year and progressed.

Cristiano Ronaldo Plans To Overtake Pele'S Goalscoring Record And Become Greatest Of All Time- Gary Neville

“Jamie (Carragher) mentioned before about James Milner wanting to play into his late 30s and 40s. I think he [Ronaldo] has a plan to go on and take over Pele’s record. “I genuinely believe he wants to go on and beat Pele’s numbers.

“That’s where I think he’s at in his mind, he wants to be the greatest of all time, that is his sole purpose, understanding that along the way if he is the greatest of all time, the teams that he plays for will win trophies and be successful.”

It’s suicidal and irresponsible to ease the lockdown- Sheik Gumi tells FG


It'S Suicidal And Irresponsible To Ease The Lockdown- Sheik Gumi Tells Fg

Popular Islamic cleric, Sheik Ahmad Gumi, says it is suicidal and irresponsible for the Federal government to ease the lockdown even as the nation continues its fight against the Coronavirus pandemic.

President Buhari on April 27 announced the ease of the lockdown in Lagos, Ogun and the FCT beginning from Monday May 4th.

In a chat with New Telegraph, Sheik Gumi said the Federal government need not bow to pressure from Nigerians but should be firm in its approach to tackle the ravaging viral disease.

He opined that the decision to ease the lockdown is because the Federal government is running away from its responsibility, adding that people are locked down in hunger and that the government is not ready to spend on the palliatives.

  • ”The government is just running away from their responsibility. This is just the truth, people are locked down in hunger and the government is not ready to spend on the palliatives. So they are saying the best thing is let’s release you people; but this is suicide, it is suicidal, it is suicidal and I’m very sorry to say it is irresponsible.
  • Yes it is because of pressure and hunger, that is it. If not it is not right to do that. Even in China where they have controlled opening, like the schools they made every child to come with mask, there was serious testing and taking of people’s temperature before coming into the school. Can we afford to do that here? We cannot. And what we are afraid of is if there is community transmission, meaning that it is not only the man to man contact, but it comes into the community and it becomes endemic; then it is going to be seriously fatal and we pray it does not happen.” he said

Speaking further, he said

  • ”Sincerely, I’m not comfortable and I don’t really know the word to use in describing what is happening, either in regards to the government or the people. But let me talk about the government because the government has seen what it should do although it is trying to derail now. Government is trying to derail because of pressure, but the Nigerian populace is something else too.
  • People are behaving like a child you took to the hospital for injection and he is struggling and doing everything possible not to receive the injection. This is how Nigerians are behaving. You are trying to do what is good for them, but then they’re resisting. But also you cannot blame them, because they are hungry, left uneducated; they are not well informed, because even the clergy or the Mallams are not ready to explain to them the real situation of things. Even some of the rejections of the issues stemmed from what they heard from the clergymen, so I don’t really blame them. But the government is not doing enough”

Germany’s Bundesliga now in doubt to restart as Cologne announce three positive COVID-19 cases


Germany'S Bundesliga Now In Doubt To Restart As Cologne Announce Three Positive Covid-19 Cases

Bundesliga side, FC Cologne, has announced that three members of their staff have tested positive for COVID-19.

The club confirmed on Friday that playing staff, as well as coaches and backroom staff, were tested on Thursday at training, but three results came back positive.

The trio, who are all symptom-free, will enter a 14-day quarantine period, the club said.

Cologne managing director Horst Heldt said: ‘The health and private sphere of players and staff have priority above all else.

‘The previous measures, as well as the strategy of regular tests, have proven themselves so that we can now react with individual solutions.’

The news has now cast doubts if the Bundesliga season will still go-ahead to restart games within the next few weeks.

The German league was initially set to restart on May 9, but the decision was pushed back to May 16 for safety reasons.

Odumeje – Oku Na Ele Ele

Odumeje - Oku Na Ele Ele

Prophet Odumeje – Oku Na Ele Ele Mp3 I Gospel Song download

Prophet Odumeje whose real name is Chukwuemeka Ohanemere has come to establish himself as a popular musician and here’s another powerful single from him titled “Oku Na Ele Ele”.

This song is off his recently released album and we totally love the high-life vibe he brings to this one.

Listen to the brand new single below and enjoy. The songs are also available on all your favourite streaming platforms, you can get them from there as well.


VIDEO: Terri – Ojoro

Video: Terri - Ojoro

Starboy premieres the official music video for Terri’s latest hit “Ojoro“.
‘Terri – Ojoro video‘ is a short film directed by Loups.Garous …”Ojoro” (produced by Sarz) is the lead single off Terri‘s debut body of work – “Afro Series EP“.


On this music video Terri came in contact with a lady thief who always ends up leaving him in trouble, Cash strapped. Latter there was a plot twist….

Watch to get the full video juice below

American Actor Sam Lloyd Dies At 56

Sam Lloyd
Sam Lloyd

A popular American actor Sam Lloyd, who was best known for his role in many American movies has died on thursday night in Los Angeles. This was revealed to The Hollywood Reporter, by his agent, Kevin Turner. He was 56.

Lloyd who died at 56 is a talented actor who was best known for his role as New Sacred Heart lawyer Ted Buckland on the long-running NBC-ABC medical comedy Scrubs.

In january 2019, weeks after his wife, Vanessa, gave birth to their first child, he was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumour and cancer which later spread to his lungs, jaw, liver and spine.

Meanwhile, other actors have paid tribute to him on social media.

Scrubsoar Zach Braff wrote on twitter:

Rest In Peace to one of the funniest actors I’ve ever had the joy of working with. Sam Lloyd made me crack up and break character every single time we did a scene together. He could not have been a kinder man. I will forever cherish the time I had with you, Sammy.

He was also described hi as a kind and sweet guy by “Scrubs” creator Bill Lawrence

Lloyd also as a talented musician, sang in a cappella group The Blanks – that made several appearances on “Scrubs” .

As Buckland, he appeared on 95 episodes of Scrubs , and reprised the role for another Lawrence series, Cougar Town. Lawrence’s Spin City, Seinfeld, Desperate Housewives, Shameless, Modern Family and Happy Together are his other TV credits

His wife, Vanessa and their son Weston survived him

Govt not doing enough for Nigerians – Seyi Shay

Seyi Shay
Seyi Shay

Nigerian Singer, Deborah Oluwaseyi, who is professionally known as Seyi Shay, is of the opinion that the government isn’t doing enough to alleviate the sufferings of Nigerians, especially during the lockdown.

In an interview with Saturday Beats, she said, “I heard of all the billions that private individuals donated but I can’t see the relief for our people. There is anarchy everywhere and people without homes have no place to ‘stay at home’. It is very sad and I think the government should be doing more than just telling everyone to stay at home. It’s very impractical and irresponsible.

On how she had been keeping herself engaged during the lockdown, the ‘Yolo’ singer said, “I have been well; thanks to God. I have been staying at home and working out every day. Funnily enough, I am getting a lot more work done than I ever did in the past. I also have a studio at home so I have been working on more music and other contents.

Shay stated that she had been engaging with her fans despite the lockdown. “I have been engaging (with my fans) a lot on social media. I have been supporting charities via my platforms and having open conversations about our current situation. I had a virtual concert at home and I partnered with YouTube to stream it to over 1,000 people around the world. I also had a concert at home for the World Health Organisation, which was streamed to over 7,000 people on Instagram Live.

The singer also urged people in relationships to stay in touch with their partners by using digital platforms. “We live in digital times. Use Zoom (video telephony and online chat service) and messaging apps. By all means, stay in touch,” she said.

I had a crush on 2baba for a long time –Mercy Aigbe

Mercy Aigbe
Mercy Aigbe

Nollywood Actress, Mercy Aigbe, has revealed that for a long time, she had a crush on ‘African Queen’ singer, 2baba (formerly 2face Idibia).

Aigbe stated this during the week as a guest on Gbenga Adeyinka’s Instagram Live chat. After Adeyinka played ‘African Queen’ while on the video call, Aigbe said with a broad smile, “Don’t tell anybody o. For a very long time, I had a crush on 2baba.

The fashionable role interpreter also stated that before she got into the industry, she admired Liz Benson and Sola Sobowale. She said, “Coming into the industry, there were two people I admired a lot— Liz Benson and Sola Sobowale. Liz Benson was just so beautiful and she still is. I absolutely loved her back then. I also loved the way Sola Sobowale interpreted her roles. She inspires me whenever I see her on a movie set.

Recounting the first encounter she had with Sobowale, Aigbe said, “Before I got into the industry, I admired Sola Sobowale because she knows her onions. One day, I got a call to come on set for a movie titled, ‘Ohun Oko So Mi Da’.

“The movie was produced by Aunty Sola and I was shivering when I got to the set. I asked myself, ‘Would I be able to act in the presence of my role model?’ I went to a corner and prayed to God and told myself, ‘This is my opportunity. I shouldn’t allow Aunty Sola overshadow me. I should let my star shine.’

“Unfortunately for me, in that particular scene, I wasn’t meant to talk at all. I acted the role of her husband’s secretary and was dating her husband. She came to my character’s house to warn her. I was not supposed to say anything but I thought that as an up-and-coming actress, she would just kill my ‘star’ if I didn’t say anything. Guess what I did. I gave myself lines. As she was ranting, I was reacting to her rants. When she held me, I put my hands inside her brassiere. She just told the director to end the scene at that point, asking where they found ‘this kind of girl’.

The ‘77 Bullets’ actress also maintained that she learnt consistency and doggedness from her mother. She added, “I learnt being dogged from my mum. She is a very strong woman, who never gives up. She is very consistent and hardworking. I believe that whatever one wants to do, one has to keep at it until one succeeds.

MUST READ! Seven things you shouldn’t do when lockdown ends


Must Read! Seven Things You Shouldn’t Do When Lockdown Ends

By May 4, there will be a phased and gradual easing of the lockdown occasioned by the coronavirus in the Federal Capital Territory, Lagos and Ogun states, as announced by the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd), in a televised speech on Monday. Also, the people of Osun state will experience the same thing as declared by the state governor, Mr Gboyega Oyetola.

The President also announced a nationwide curfew from 8 pm to 6 pm and reiterated the ban on public gatherings and non-essential interstate travel as well as enforcement on social distancing until further notice.

He also ordered new measures such as the compulsory wearing of face masks and a two-week lockdown of Kano State for health officials to investigate the series of mysterious deaths happening there.

Buhari on March 30 ordered lockdown for an initial period of 14 days in the FCT, Lagos and Ogun states, followed by a two-week extension which ended at 11.59 pm on Monday. Several other states had introduced similar restrictions to curb the COVID-19 spread.

However, when the lockdown is eased, experts said it was not yet time to take things for granted.

“Nobody should expect life to return to normal just at once. Even though we are making progress in containing the COVID-19 spread, it is not yet over,” said Dr Jeremiah Kajewole, a public health expert in Lagos.

As of the time of filing this report on Friday, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control said there were 1,932 coronavirus cases. While 319 patients had been discharged, 58 had died.

Kajewole said, “Many people are looking forward to resuming their daily activities. People want to go back to work, go to the movies, spa and others. Parents want their children back in school because some are already tired of living with the kids; many people want to resume going to church and mosque.

“Couples who had postponed their weddings want to pick new dates; people want to bury their dead. In short, people are already tired of living at home. Many are depressed. All these feelings are expected. All the same, life won’t return to normal all at once when the lockdown is lifted.”

According to Kajewole and other experts, Nigerians should not do the following things when the coronavirus lockdown ends.

1. Don’t throw a party or hit the club

Kajewole asked Nigerians not to throw a party immediately the lockdown ends, saying since no vaccine had been discovered for the coronavirus, it was important to still observe the social distancing measure, which is to slow the spread of viral transmission from person to person.

He said, “When the coronavirus lockdown ends, it is not yet time to host a party at home or crowd into a bar or club when they reopen. It is not time to hold your wedding party or bury the dead unless you abide by the government guidelines.

“This is because these are activities that make people to be crowded, which means if there is any asymptomatic coronavirus patient, they can infect others, who then could pass the virus to their family and friends.

“The coronavirus is a highly contagious virus, and until a vaccine is found, social gatherings should still be avoided, like the President announced on Monday.

2. Don’t stop washing your hands

A writer for CNET magazine, Jessica Dolcourt, asked people not to stop washing their hands when the lockdown ends, as it is a safe way to protect oneself from contracting any virus, whether it is coronavirus or others.

She said, “Of course, you should continue to practise common hygiene. Remember that relaxed restrictions don’t necessarily mean that the coronavirus outbreak is over, even after a vaccine eventually arrives.

“There may be economic reasons for schools and businesses to reopen, but remember that the goal of stay-at-home orders and thorough hand-washing is to keep hospitals from being overwhelmed with patients in critical condition and minimise your risk of acquiring life-threatening symptoms.

“Hopefully, the good hand-washing habits you’ve acquired during this time will stick around. Remember, longer, thorough and frequent hand-washing is important after coming into contact with people and public surfaces.

  • 3. Don’t immediately visit loved ones

A medical practitioner based in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Bosede Osunniyi, urged Nigerians to resist the urge of visiting their loved ones immediately the lockdown ends.

Most people will definitely want to rush out and meet their loved ones to catch up on the latest gist. But that might not be the best move for now. People should know that we are still dealing with a virus outbreak which can kill,” Osunniyi told Saturday PUNCH on the telephone.

She said with time, life would return to normal but while the country still battles the pandemic, it was not yet time to want to meet with people.

We should be patient; this is not time to start shaking hands and hugging one another. It’s really depressing we can’t do all these things for now, but it’s better to make sacrifices and save lives than take foolish decisions and kill people,” Osunniyi said.

Keeping a distance may still be the best way to keep ourselves safe from the virus,” she added.

  • 4. Don’t embark on flight

Dolcourt said when the restrictions were lifted, it was expected that hotel and airfare prices would be enticingly cheap, she, however, advised that unless it’s an essential trip, it was wise to avoid airports and airplanes, as flights remained one of the ways to contract the coronavirus.

She said, “The international movement of people contributed to the coronavirus reaching pandemic proportions so quickly – through person-to-person transmission like coughing and sneezing.

“If a recurrence were to happen, the last thing you want is the stress of finding yourself quarantined in an unfamiliar country, without a clear or quick way home.

In many countries, including Nigeria, the coronavirus index cases were people who came on international flights.’’

  • 5. Don’t dump face masks

Not to be the bearer of bad news, but as a global society, we can’t say for certain what will happen next – if a sudden surge in new coronavirus cases will make it necessary to reinstitute quarantine measures, as has happened in Singapore and Hong Kong, or, worse, if a new strain emerges,” Dolcourt said.

When the time comes, the smart thing to do is remain cautiously optimistic about regaining your freedom to move, but remain realistic that we don’t know what the future holds. So keep those homemade face masks handy.

  • 6. Cover your mouth when you sneeze or cough

While this practise has been made popular because of the coronavirus pandemic, medical experts said it was a practice people should observe when the coronavirus ends and throughout their lifetime.

According to Kristina Duda, a specialist in infectious diseases prevention and a writer for VeryWellHealth based in the United States, aside from washing your hands with warm water and soap for 20 seconds or using an alcohol-based hand sanitiser, one of the most important and effective ways to stop the spread of germs is to cover your cough and sneeze.

She explained that an uncovered cough or sneeze could send infected droplets up to six feet away and remain airborne for several hours and for up to 48 hours on surfaces.

She said the idea behind covering your mouth when you cough or sneeze to avoid propelling the germs in your body into the air or across the room, which could make others sick.

It’s not just good manners to cover your cough or sneeze. Doing so helps reduce the spread of germs, including the highly contagious influenza virus.

“The flu and some other infections are spread through microscopic water droplets expelled from an infected person, commonly through coughing, sneezing, and hand-to-mouth contact,” she said.

Duda, however, noted that although it sounded easy to cover your cough or sneeze, many people usually did it in a wrong way.

She noted, “Putting your hand in front of your mouth to cover your cough (or sneeze) is not advised. When you do this, the germs will then spread onto everything you touch, including surfaces like remote controls and doorknobs, but also things like food you serve and hands you shake. Put another way, your attempt to halt the spreading of germs will be moot.

“The CDC (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention) recommends coughing (or sneezing) into a tissue and throwing the tissue in the garbage. Then, wash your hands with soap or use hand sanitiser just in case any germs were transmitted from the tissue onto your skin.

“If you don’t have a tissue handy, the next best option is coughing into the crook of your elbow. This is obviously simple, but it may take time to make a habit. It’s worth it, as this practice dramatically drops the odds of you spreading those germs.

  • 7. Don’t visit public places like malls, banks, others

Kajewole advised against visiting public places such as shopping malls, banks, parks and others when the lockdown ends, explaining that it would be easy to contract the coronavirus in such places due to the fact that they attract a large number of people.

He said, “Visiting shopping malls, restaurants, banks, Computer Village, pet shops and others are still risky for now; we should be careful. The only places I will advise people to visit are essential places such as pharmacies and market stalls for groceries. We must try as much as possible to comply with the social distancing rules.

“It will be a hard time for many people but if you look at the merits of still staying away from public places, they are more than the demerits. Meanwhile, people can explore alternative services. For example, you don’t need to go to the bank to carry out many transactions. In fact, some banks have online call centres which operate 24/7; you can also order certain goods online without going to the mall. I think we should keep on exploring these options until the coronavirus siege is over.

North Korea’s Kim makes first public appearance in three weeks

Kim Jong Un
Kim Jong Un

North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un, cut the ribbon at the opening of a fertiliser factory, KCNA reported Saturday, the first time state media has reported him making a public appearance since speculation about his health began last month.

Kim “attended the ceremony” on Friday and “all the participants broke into thunderous cheers of ‘hurrah!’” when he appeared, the Korean Central News Agency said.

Kim has not made a public appearance since presiding over a Workers’ Party politburo meeting on April 11, and the following day state media reported on him inspecting fighter jets at an air defence unit.


Customs men allegedly killed twin brother, took away his corpse in Ogun


Customs Men Allegedly Killed Twin Brother, Took Away His Corpse In Ogun

Taiwo Ogunji, 25, whose twin brother, Kehinde, was allegedly killed by Customs officers in Ogun State during a recent encounter with smugglers, tells DAUD OLATUNJI that he was with the deceased when he was shot

What do you know about the death of your twin brother, Kehinde?

I’m a farmer like my twin brother, Kehinde. We were together and coming from the farm when we heard a gunshot. I looked back and saw that some Customs officers were chasing some people smuggling rice on motorcycles.

Meanwhile, Kehinde and I were on our motorcycle; he was the one riding it while I sat at the back and we were returning home from our farm. Suddenly, a bullet hit Kehinde and we both went down. I didn’t know it was a bullet that hit him because when we went down, I was briefly unconscious. Later I woke up and ran home to call my father. My father followed me to the place where we fell down. When we got there, we got to know that Kehinde had been killed and his corpse covered with leaves.

Customs Men Allegedly Killed Twin Brother, Took Away His Corpse In Ogun

The Customs officers were trying to throw our motorcycle into a river as there is a river in the area, but they were not successful because the area was swampy. More Customs men later came and took my brother’s corpse away. All I want from them is to produce my brother alive.

Customs has said they killed a smuggler, are you not a smuggler?

We were coming back from our farm when the incident happened. We are not smugglers, we are farmers. Even the people that we went to the farm with, the police have invited them for questioning and to write statements. They will find all our farm tools at the farm there.

How close were you and your twin brother?

We were very close; we went everywhere together. We always wore the same types of clothes. I have two wives and two children and he also had two wives and children.

What do you want from the government?

I just want to see my brother. I want the government to prosecute the Customs men that killed my brother.

Where are the remains of your twin brother now?

The Customs officers have seized the corpse. They killed him and refused to allow us to bury his corpse. I have gone to the police station and told the police that what I want from them is to produce my twin brother alive. I will not take anything from them except they produce him alive. We did everything together. We owned a farm together, married two wives each, wore the same types of clothes, ate together, and slept in the same house. We had never been separated since we became mature. My brother and I were together from inside our mother’s womb till we were 25 years old and now that they have separated us by killing him, I will not take it lightly with them.

My marriage to Oluwo built on falsehood –Chanel Chin, monarch’s estranged wife


My Marriage To Oluwo Built On Falsehood –Chanel Chin, Monarch’s Estranged Wife

Chanel Chin, the ex-wife of the Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Akanbi, talks to SAMSON FOLARIN about her marriage to the monarch and the issues that led to her exit from the palace

There was an allegation that you cheated on the Oluwo, which led to your separation. Is this true?

It is not true. I, Chanel Chin, swear on my life before the God of Abraham and Moses that I did not have any extramarital affair. I have never slept around with any man or woman. There was no man I was involved with except the Oluwo himself.

I was never caught with another man. We had 10 civil defence officers and policemen following us; and they were armed. They lived in the palace and followed us everywhere. So, it was absolutely impossible for Oluwo to catch me red-handed with a man. If I wanted to go to the bathroom, there was a policeman following me. I challenge him to give details of any such encounter. I have never defiled my bed or my body. I was never an unfaithful wife. Rather, I have forgiven many unfaithful acts committed against our bed, our marriage and our family.

So, what really happened?

I was actually chatting with somebody I had known for a long time. It was a WhatsApp message after the person saw my display photo. The person said he loved and cared about me and that I should always make myself happy. Oluwo saw the text and sensationalised it that I had a boyfriend. And that was not the case. My crime was that the person said he loved and cared about me and I did not correct him and say, ‘Don’t say you love me’. I take responsibility for that. But I don’t think I deserved the public shame and disgrace I went through because of that.

I was actually begging and prostrating (myself), telling him not to destroy our family. While I was begging, he had a small tape recorder he always carried in his agbada (flowing gown). He always used it to record things. He recorded me apologising to him. He was saying, ‘You agree that I have caught you?’ Imagine a woman apologising to the husband. So, I was saying, ‘Yes’. And that is what he has been showing all the dignitaries that he caught me red-handed. He’d been looking for a way out and he used that little thing to end the relationship. He had been seeing a few women on the side. He wants power, wealth and popularity and those things are supreme for him above family values.

How was life inside the palace for you?

While I was in this relationship with Oluwo, I was forbidden to speak with anybody. I was not allowed to speak with anyone from my past, even friends that I came into Nigeria with, either male or female. I have Yoruba friends in Canada; but I was not allowed to speak to them because he did not want anybody to tell me my rights. When I first got to the palace, one of the things I wanted to do was to wear coral beads. But he was saying, ‘It’s not (our) culture, you don’t need it.’ And my friends that are Yoruba said I could wear beads. But he said, ‘Don’t talk to them, they are jealous of you!’ So, I was totally isolated.

We had 30 Oloris (wives of the king) in our jurisdiction, married to the kings around us. But I was not allowed to mix with them. If you go to Iwo and ask the Oloris about their relationship with me, they will tell you they didn’t talk to me. I was not allowed to even go out and mingle with the people of Iwo. I was just inside the house from morning to night like a prisoner and I stayed because of my child.

There were some people I reached out to privately to help me, and the Yoruba women told me, ‘Just pray to God; pray that he will change’. So, that was what I was doing. In that palace, it was me, my son and God. Not even my parents were allowed to visit. No one from Canada was allowed to come to see me. I was there for four years on my own. There is an unspoken culture of silence within the royal household.

He has six personalities. When you wake up in the morning, you don’t know the kind of personality that will greet you. And I have names for them. The one that is violent, I call it Dexter. The one that is nice, I call Paul. The one that is sensationalist, I call it Jerry. I know him because I was with him for four years. I won’t lie and say I did not love him. I loved him.

How did you meet him? It is said that you met in Canada…

It is not true. That was what he told a popular magazine. I did not know him in Canada. We met in Lagos. I came for holiday with some friends. Then there was a royal burial party in Lagos; he was there and I was there as well. That was how our paths crossed.

After his coronation, they had a party for him in Lagos and I was invited. Not by him, but by one of the people throwing the party. Another prominent Oba in Lagos introduced me to him for marriage. And they said it was great to be an Olori.

So, you agreed because he was an Oba?

No. When I met him, he had nothing. He was few days from coronation. He was driving a Toyota Camry; there was no ‘packaging’ like we have now. The only thing that connected us was that we were both from Toronto, and Canadians. And we talked about different things, which built the bond.

The reason he came out with the story that we met in Canada was that at the time of his coronation, he was dating a girl from Iwo. After we met at the party, he brought me back to Iwo. He then started parading me around as (his) queen. He then told the girl’s family that I was his wife from Canada. He said, ‘I have a wife in Canada. I did not think she would come to Nigeria. She came from Canada to take her spot.’ So, he told the girl that he would still keep her, but she would be his second wife. The girl refused.

When I found out about the girl, I was already pregnant with my son. When I met him, I became immediately pregnant, like three weeks after we met. It was not planned and I was not going to kill my first child. I was stuck.

How would you describe your marriage to the Oluwo?

He used me to build his profile. He was always saying, ‘My wife is a Canadian; we are Canadians.’ People did not even know him before. He used me as a ‘show horse’, saying he put a crown on my head. He named our son Oduduwa. Does any Yoruba person name their son Oduduwa? Nobody does that. I was later advised by some elders and I renamed him Ademola. I told him my son should have a name with ‘Ade,’ but he fought it and said that was not the culture. But all princes have Ade. I am not Nigerian, but I have my senses. And that was why he did not want me to know anybody or speak to people.

Has your divorce been formalised?

There is nothing like a divorce yet. He just woke up, saw the message on my phone and shouted that I had a boyfriend and I should leave. The policemen were standing over me while I packed four years of my life. I had one hour to pack four years of my life. The policemen were standing there to ensure that I did not pack any of my clothes or wigs or my child’s toys. He said when an Olori leaves, he leaves everything for the incoming Olori and that it is the culture.

This was what I went through for four years and I was being told it was the culture. Whenever I said no, he would say, ‘You’re not Yoruba, you’re not Nigerian, you don’t know anything.’ And if I said my friend, Bola, a Nigerian woman in Canada, said ‘this is not culture,’ he would say, ‘Don’t talk to Bola, don’t talk to her.’ I was forbidden from talking to anybody who would advise me. I was not allowed to take any of my native clothes, Ofi (Aso-Oke). Only the clothes I came into Nigeria with before I met him were the clothes they allowed me to take. I really suffered.

But you keep saying you suffered, are you suggesting you did not enjoy a life of luxury with the Oluwo?

We did not even have a generator. It was a senator that donated a Mikano generator to us. What we had before was a small generator that we could only switch on at 6pm and the only things it could power were the televisions, bulbs and the fan. You could not turn on the fridge or freezer or air conditioner. This was what I went through whereas he was busy ‘forming’ (pretending to be living) a life of luxury.

I have my bank records from the day I entered Iwo and the day I left. He’s been telling people that I was a money shark and that he’d been spending on my lavish lifestyle, which is not true. My bank statement shows for the four years I was with Oluwo, I was making roughly N1m a year, which is $3,000 every year, which was mostly from gifts. During the elections, a lot of dignitaries came and gave me and my child gifts. Those were when I had the chance to have money. I have my bank records to show this.

When we visited Canada, we slept in hotels. We didn’t have a home. I have receipts to show this. We didn’t have a car. We used Uber to move around. I have proof of everything.

Why did you not speak out until now?

I did not speak out because if I started talking about the things I had seen, it would be detrimental to the throne – things I saw in the palace and things he did. But I feel he is already doing things that are detrimental to the throne, so why should I keep quiet? I can’t allow anything to destroy my son and myself.

I was quiet because I was afraid for the security of my son and myself. I lived with him for four years. I don’t want this to be used against my son in the future. As a crown prince, if he returns to Iwo 50 years later, I don’t want him to be abused and or a situation where somebody will say his mother was kicked out of the palace, and that he does not have the right to contest. My son is baby number 10 of his children.

Your child is number 10?

I believe there are six of us and I am the fourth wife. When we met, I asked him to tell me the number of children he had, but he didn’t (tell) me the truth. He did not say 10 or even five. Our relationship was built on the foundation of lies. It was not until my son was six months old that I saw a blog post from one of his past wives, showing the names of all his children, wives and the ages of the children. When I brought it to him and challenged him, he said if he had told me at the time, I would not have agreed. But this is my life; he was playing with my life.

I did not speak out because it would be my words against a king’s. He is very popular and in Nigeria, tradition and religion reign supreme. Even if a king is wrong, people will still stand by him. As a foreigner, the only person I know is him, and he was shouting, ‘She tried to kill me’. What am I going to do? I am still going through shock because I was kicked out of the palace for not correcting somebody that said they loved and cared about me.

Did you try to kill him?

I, Chanel Chin, swear on my life that I never put anything like juju or poison in the food of the Oluwo of Iwo. It’s not true. Imagine a king, a first-class king saying those things, what are you going to do? That is what I am going through and a lot of people are telling me not to talk. But the more I don’t talk, the more I will go down in history as the person he is portraying me to be. It has to be on record so that when my son goes to school, he is not stigmatised. There are lots of princes in Nigeria, but not everyone is a crown prince. My son has that and nobody can take that away from him.

Why are you still in Nigeria?

I was with the Oluwo for four long and hard years. Oluwo sent me and my child out of the palace. Where are you sending us to? You don’t have a house in Iwo, you don’t have in Lagos and you don’t have in Canada.

When Oluwo said airplane tickets had been bought and travel arrangements had been concluded, it was not true. The five-star arrangement he talked about, he did not pay for it. When he sent me and my son out, it was one engineer who told the bus driver to take us to Radisson Blu and let us cool off for two days there. The engineer had to fly to Paris and we had no way to pay for the third day. So, the hotel management contacted the Oluwo to pay for the third day. He did not want to pay, but he had to.

He then got a lower-class Air Ethiopian Airlines’ economy ticket for me and my son to go home. I was not so sad because it was economy ticket, but I felt it was a big slap. I was there when you had nothing and nobody knew you. You are just someone who came from Canada to contest and you used me and my son to make a statement and this is how you want to send us away, covered in shame, and disgraced. That was why I did not go. That was December 18, 2019.

Around December 19/20, four female immigration officers showed up at my hotel. They said I had to come to Ikoyi and sort out my immigration issues. I did not go. They even issued me two plane tickets to go to Abuja, but I did not go. The last plane ticket they issued to me was on December 24, Christmas Eve. I wondered why they wanted me to be in Abuja on that odd day. The people in my hotel told me not to go. That was when I was terrified and I sought legal representation.

When we got to the bottom of it, we discovered it was the Oluwo that filed a petition to the immigration of Nigeria that I was no longer his wife and that the documents I was using to reside in Nigeria were now invalid. Imagine that! You met and married me in Nigeria. I was on vacation when we met and now you’re harassing me and telling me not to have any dealings with you.

So, what do you hope to achieve?

From the day we left the palace, he has not given one naira to my son. He does not know how my son eats or where he sleeps at night. He does not care because my son is number 10. My son is three years old and has never been to school. He went to the primary school at Bowen University, Iwo for only two days. That was in May 2019. He withdrew him from the school and said he was popular and famous, and that they would kidnap him. He said, ‘You don’t know Africa, kidnapping is a big business. Do you have N20m to pay as ransom? I will tell them I don’t know you!’ My son has never gone to school. I have been the one teaching my son.
I also want my son to be free to live in Nigeria. I want to be free to come and go out of Nigeria as I wish. I should not be discriminated against. My son has a Nigerian passport. I am a Nigerian mother. I believe I served this country because I lived here for four years and suffered with this man, defending him through the different allegations and accusations against him. If he does not want us in Nigeria, then he should buy a house in Canada and put us there. I have nowhere to go in Canada. Do I return in humiliation?

What are your plans for the future?

I plan to move on bravely and boldly with my son. I hate that this happened to me. It was my first time of visiting Nigeria and look at what happened to my life… I am now a single mother. Can a woman teach a boy how to be a man? No matter what, a father shouldn’t cast out his son. I have accepted it and I plan to give my son a good life. I will do everything in my power to make this little boy happy. He is my best friend. I love him so much. He is smart and handsome. I hope to start an NGO in honour of my son to help assist children and single mothers because it is not easy.

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02-05 12:00
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Simulated Reality League – Bundesliga SRL
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Simulated Reality League – Bundesliga SRL
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Simulated Reality League – Bundesliga SRL
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Simulated Reality League – Bundesliga SRL
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Simulated Reality League – Polish Ekstraklasa SRL
Zaglebie Lubin SRL – Korona Kielce SRL – under 3.5

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Simulated Reality League – Polish Ekstraklasa SRL
Lech Poznan SRL – Pogon Szczecin SRL – under 3.5

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Simulated Reality League – Ligue 1 SRL
FC Toulouse SRL – Olympique Nimes SRL – over 1.5

02-05 19:00
Simulated Reality League – Ligue 1 SRL
Dijon FCO SRL – Olympique Lyonnais SRL – over 1.5

02-05 19:00
Simulated Reality League – Ligue 1 SRL
Lille OSC SRL – Stade de Reims SRL – over 1.5

02-05 19:00
Simulated Reality League – Ligue 1 SRL
Montpellier SRL – Girondins de Bordeaux SRL – over 1.5

02-05 19:00
Simulated Reality League – Ligue 1 SRL
Strasbourg SRL – Olympic de Marseille SRL – over 1.5

02-05 19:00
Simulated Reality League – Ligue 1 SRL
Amiens SRL – Saint-Etienne SRL – over 1.5

02-05 11:00
Simulated Reality League – Turkey Super Lig SRL
Goztepe SRL – Genclerbirligi SRL – over 1.5

02-05 14:00
Simulated Reality League – Turkey Super Lig SRL
Denizlispor SRL – Trabzonspor SRL – over 1.5

02-05 17:00
Simulated Reality League – Turkey Super Lig SRL
Fenerbahce SRL – Sivasspor SRL – over 1.5

02-05 12:30
Simulated Reality League – Premier League SRL
Burnley FC SRL – Wolves SRL – over 1.5

02-05 15:00
Simulated Reality League – Premier League SRL
Crystal Palace SRL – Manchester United SRL – under 3.5

02-05 15:00
Simulated Reality League – Premier League SRL
Leicester City SRL – Sheffield United SRL – over 1.5

02-05 15:00
Simulated Reality League – Premier League SRL
Newcastle United SRL – Tottenham Hotspur SRL – under 3.5

02-05 15:00
Simulated Reality League – Premier League SRL
Southampton SRL – Brighton & Hove Albion SRL – over 1.5

02-05 15:00
Simulated Reality League – Premier League SRL
West Ham United SRL – Watford FC SRL – over 1.5

02-05 17:30
Simulated Reality League – Premier League SRL
Arsenal FC SRL – Liverpool FC SRL – over 1.5

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US approves Gilead’s remdesivir drug for coronavirus patients


Us Approves Gilead’s Remdesivir Drug For Coronavirus Patients

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted authorisation to Gilead Sciences Inc. for emergency use of its experimental antiviral drug remdesivir to treat patients with Covid-19, President Donald Trump announced on Friday.

US medical officials have announced evidence from a trial that remdesivir helped patients with serious cases of Covid-19 recover faster.

Trump has been a vocal supporter of remdesivir as a possible way to bring the novel coronavirus pandemic under control. Nearly 65,000 Americans have died in the global crisis.

Initially developed by Gilead Sciences Inc. to combat Ebola, the treatment has proven to be effective against the various coronaviruses that have emerged since the early 2000s.

Gilead said on Wednesday the drug had helped improve outcomes for patients with Covid-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, and provided data suggesting it worked better when given earlier in the course of infection.

The closely watched drug has moved financial markets in recent weeks, following the release of several studies that painted a mixed picture of its effectiveness.

Vice President Mike Pence said 1.5 million vials would start being distributed to hospitals on Monday.

Dr Anthony Fauci, director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a prominent member of the White House’s coronavirus task force, oversaw the US study on 1,063 patients in the US, Europe and Asia to test the effectiveness of the antiviral drug.

The data, Fauci told reporters earlier this week, “shows that remdesivir has a clear-cut, significant, positive effect in diminishing the time to recovery” of Covid-19 patients.

But a team of Chinese researchers published much less encouraging conclusions in the British medical journal The Lancet.

Their experiment, conducted on 237 severely ill patients in 10 hospitals in Hubei province (the region where the epidemic originated), appeared to indicate that remdesivir makes little difference. “Unfortunately, our study shows that this treatment does not provide any specific benefit compared to a placebo,” wrote Bin Cao, the main author of the article.

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