Saturday 4 April 2020

Gov Yahaya Bello, suspends Commissioner accused of physically and sexually assaulting a lady over a Facebook post

Kogi Governor, Yahaya Bello, suspends Commissioner accused of physically and sexually assaulting a lady over a Facebook post
Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State has ordered the immediate suspension of the state Commissioner for Water Resources, Abdulmumuni Danga, who has been accused of rape.

Recall that Elizabeth Oyeniyi, a resident of the state, has accused Danga of physically and sexually assaulting her over a Facebook post she made about him on her page on March 29th.

Oyeniyi had published a post asking the Commissioner to be generous to his immediate family as he is with members of the public. She said this infuriated the Commissioner who she alleged arranged some men to pick her up, bring her to his apartment where he flogged her and then raped her. Read the initial story here. 


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In death, one's dream can be actualised. Indeed, Duro-Ladipo's dream of a museum of arts will come to light after 42 years of his exit.
The high hope of this dream made Duro-Ladipo to name his orita Basorun residence(bodewasinmi) a "HOUSE OF CULTURE".

The US experiences its worst day of the crisis yet as deaths rise by 1,084 to over 7,100, with more than 277,000 confirmed cases across the country - and experts warn the peak is still two weeks away

The coronavirus death toll in the United States tipped over 7,000 on Friday with 1,084 new deaths in the last 24 hours. 

The national total now stands at 7,164 deaths and 277, 999 cases, a jump of 32,234 new cases since Thursday. 

New York City remains the epicentre of the outbreak with 57,159 cases. The Big Apple's deaths reached 1,867 on Friday, recording 305 new deaths since Thursday. 

The state's death rate also hit a new high on Friday with 23 people dying every hour through the last 24-hour period. Deaths total 2,935 and there are 103,060 confirmed cases of the virus, as of Friday evening. 

Friday 3 April 2020

UK announces 684 more coronavirus victims today: Total death toll reaches 3,605 and more than 38,000 people have now tested positive for the infection as Matt Hancock warns there could be 1,000 deaths per DAY by Easter

The UK has announced 684 more coronavirus deaths today, taking the total number of fatalities to 3,605. 

Yet again the number is a record one-day high - this has been the case almost every day this week, with each day since Tuesday announcing more victims than the last.

Yesterday there were a record 569 new fatalities announced by the Department of Health and today's statistics show a rise 20 per cent larger.

The new numbers mean the number of people dead from COVID-19 in the UK has risen five-fold in a week, from just 759 last Friday, March 27.

Pregnant Princess Shyngle: My Man In Jail, I'm Struggling. Nobody Supporting Me

Princess Shyngle took to YouTube to cry out about her current predicament.

She revealed that she's pregnant, her fiance is in jail and she's struggling alone without help from her friends or family.

The curvy actress said life has been hard for her ever since her Senegalese fiancé, Frederic Badji, was jailed for fraud in New York

She called out those saying she's sharing her story for clout. She said that if she wanted clout, all she'll have to do is go naked or twerk and she'll get people's attention. She added that she decided to share her story to strengthen anyone going through the same ordeal.

Thursday 2 April 2020

World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua's Close Friends Die Of Coronavirus

World heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua revealed on Wednesday he has “lost close ones” due to the coronavirus.

Joshua’s title defence against IBF mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev was scheduled for June.

But the Briton’s bout is set to be rescheduled due to the pandemic.

“Wherever you are in the world I’m just checking in personally for everyone to just say, I hope you were well I will keep it safe,” Joshua, 30, said on his YouTube channel.

The Pentagon Orders 100,000 Body Bags For FEMA Amid Dire Prediction of 200,000 Virus Dead - As It's Claimed Defense Chiefs Warned Trump White House Of Potential coronavirus crisis in 2017

A forklift is used to help as dead bodies are loaded onto a truck outside Brooklyn Hospital Center. NYC hospitals have been using bed sheets to wrap bodies because they no longer have body bags, pictured Monday
The Pentagon is ordering 100,000 body bags as experts predict the coronavirus will claim the lives of more than 200,000 Americans and a new report has suggested the Trump administration was warned about the threat of coronavirus three years ago but failed to prepare.

By Wednesday evening the US death toll had surpassed 4,770 and 90 per cent of the country was on lockdown to help slow the spread of COVID-19. 

With more than 215,000 cases, the government was expected to get the next 50,000 body bags from a stockpile, however, preparations were being made to triple up as hospitals and morgues became overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients and were quickly running out of space in states such as California and New York.