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LOOKING FOR LOVE Anthony Joshua opens up on his struggles with dating, life as a dad during lockdown and fighting Tyson Fury In a world exclusive interview, the 30-year-old fighter also discusses his determination to knock out boxing rival Tyson Fury, his flirtatious quip to The Queen and how sport can help reunite Britain after the Covid-19 crisis. However, despite all of his accolades, Anthony admits there is one prize which remains as elusive as ever – finding love. AJ says: “I think you can date and still be a successful sportsman but it’s hard to find a balance and I would have to compromise — which I’ve not felt able to do. “My dad never gave me advice about much. But in terms of relationships what I have learnt and what I tell my son is, it would be nice to find a high school sweetheart and to grow together because as you get older you get set in your ways. “For me to have a relationship now means I would have to compromise and change my ways and I don’t know how easy that would be for me to do. “So I do date but I don’t get to the stage where I actually put anyone into that position. “I don’t have a girlfriend and I haven’t had one for a while. But as I get older I do think it would be nice to have someone, someone to grow with as well — but I honestly haven’t found anyone.” Any future girlfriend would have to understand what it’s like to be famous, he believes. ‘I NEED TO GO TO CELEBRITY PARTIES’ He explains: “Maybe I need to get off the estate and start going to celebrity parties — maybe do something different. “I hope I will — and probably meeting someone else who understands fame would make sense. I would hope so. But it needs to be someone down to earth, family-orientated - someone who can call my mum their second mum. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thesun.co.uk/sport/11741378/anthony-joshua-next-fight-date-house-son-girlfriend/amp/  

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HAPPENING NOW Abandoned New born baby found alive wrapped in a dirty sack in Umunkwo, Ula-Ekwulobia. Early today morning, the family of Mr. Simeon Okeke of Umunkwo Ula-Ekwulobia discovered a crying baby wrapped in a sack at their backyard. They swiftly reached the Ichie of the village, Ichie Ohazume II and the village Chairman, Hon. Chinedu Okpala who responded accordingly and have been doing all things possible for the best of the found baby. The baby who might have there for over 20 hours, survived the downpour from last night, is hale and hearty and has been taken to the Health Centre for further examination. The Traditional Ruler of Ekwulobia, HRM Igwe Engr. Emmanuel Onyeneke, has visited the Ward II Health Centre in Umunkwo, Ula-Ekwulobia to see the miracle baby. The nurse present confirmed that the baby is being taken care of and all necessary efforts are being put into his wellbeing. Coincidentally, the woman whose household found this baby is the Leader of the Catholic Women Organization, Immaculate Heart Parish, Ula, Mrs. Okeke Ndikenwu. She poured out her heart to the King, who supported her with some money, as she swore to take care of this baby as her own. #EkwulobiaTV https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=279689286738899&id=113751596666003  

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He captioned it: "Nunca diga nunca, pois os limites sao como os medos: sempre sao apenas ilusao". Which translates: "Never say never, because limits are like fears:they are always just illussion" https://mobile.twitter.com/neymarjr/status/1266086963901280257?p=v  

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A video circulating the social media shows the moment a lady and her friends teamed up to smash the windscreen of her lover. In the video, it could be heard that the guy cheated on the lady with some of her friends. This warranted the lady to invite some of her friends over to deal with her guy for cheating on her with her friends. From the video, the lady can be seen ordering her friend to break the windscreen and her friend obeyed the order to the latter. Watch video below    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AUV2d9yLxX4  

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He tweeted: The king needlesly wasted his four years fighting the enemies of his friends and whipping up a sixteen year old corpse, while in the fifth year the skull of his subjects are mounting up in the outskirts of the palace. https://mobile.twitter.com/ShehuSani/status/1266345550112309251?p=v  

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Roger Federer is the world's highest-paid athlete for 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic knocked footballer Lionel Messi off top spot, according to the annual Forbes list released on Friday. The Swiss tennis great, owner of a men's record 20 Grand Slam singles titles, earned $106.3m (£86.3m) in the last 12 months, including $100m (£81.2m) via endorsements, to move up four places and become the first player from his sport to top the list. Football players Cristiano Ronaldo (£85.3m), Messi (£84.5m) and Neymar (£77.6m) and American basketball player LeBron James (£71.6m) rounded out the top five. "The coronavirus pandemic triggered salary cuts for football stars Messi and Ronaldo, clearing the way for a tennis player to rank as the world's highest-paid athlete for the first time," said Kurt Badenhausen, senior editor at Forbes. "Roger Federer is the perfect pitchman for companies, resulting in an unparalleled endorsement portfolio of blue-chip brands worth $100m a year for the tennis great." Japan's Naomi Osaka (£30.7m), who was ranked 29th on the list, surpassed fellow tennis player Serena Williams (£29.5m) as the world's highest-earning female athlete. Osaka and Williams were the only women on the list. Basketball players led all sports with 35 players among the top 100. American football occupied 31 spots, none higher than six-times Super Bowl champion Tom Brady (£36.5m) who was ranked 25th. Football was the next most represented sport with 14 players, followed by tennis (six), boxing and mixed martial arts (five), golf (four), motor racing (three), and baseball and cricket with one each. Source: https://www.forbes.com/athletes/  

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Ogun, Adamawa, Oyo and Lagos states are currently topping the list of states with the highest number of presidential aides in an updated list prepared by the Presidency, Saturday PUNCH reports. The 142 aides on the list are attached to the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.); his wife, Aisha; Vice-President, Yemi Osinbajo; his wife, Dolapo; Chief of Staff to the President; and a few ministers. An analysis of the list showed that Ogun, Osinbajo’s home state, topped the chart with 16, Adamawa, the home state of the President’s wife, Aisha, came second with 12, while Oyo State came third with 11 aides. Lagos came fourth with 10 aides while Kano followed closely with nine presidential aides to occupy the fifth position. Buhari’s home state, Katsina as well as Ondo state are tied in the sixth position with seven presidential aides each. Edo, Ekiti and Osun states are occupying the seventh position with six presidential aides each. Bauchi, Kebbi and Nasarawa states have the lowest number of presidential aides with one each. States without representation on the list are: Imo, Ebonyi, Bayelsa, Plateau, Zamfara and the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. A zonal analysis showed that the South West geo-political zone which has a total of 56 presidential aides accounts for the highest number. The North West is second with 25 aides while the North East came third with 21. The South has 17; North Central has 12 while South East came last with nine. According to an updated list, there are currently eight Special Advisers to the President; 55 Senior Special Assistants; 64 Special Assistants; and 15 Personal Assistants. However, not all of them are paid from federal coffers. https://punchng.com/ogun-adamawa-oyo-lagos-top-list-of-presidential-aides/  

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387 new cases of #COVID19; Lagos-254 FCT-29 Jigawa-24 Edo-22 Oyo-15 Rivers-14 Kaduna-11 Borno-6 Kano-3 Plateau-2 Yobe-2 Gombe-2 Bauchi-2 Ondo-1   https://twitter.com/NCDCgov/status/1266501075533692934?s=19   Highlights On the 29th of May 2020, 387 new confirmed cases and 2 deaths were recorded in Nigeria No new state has reported a case in the last 24 hours. Till date, 9302 cases have been confirmed, 2697 cases have been discharged and 261 deaths have been recorded in 35 states and the Federal Capital Territory The 387 new cases are reported from 14 states- Lagos(254), FCT(29), Jigawa(24), Edo(22), Oyo(15), Rivers(14),Kaduna(11), Borno(6), Kano(3), Plateau(2), Yobe(2), Gombe(2), Bauchi(2), Ondo(1)  https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/  

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  Donald Trump has announced that the US will be "terminating its relationship" with the World Health Organisation (WHO). Speaking in the Rose Garden at the White House, the US president said he wanted to redirect funds to other organisations in an anti-China address over the coronavirus pandemic. He accused the WHO of failing to adequately respond to COVID-19 because China has "total control" over the global organisation. He said Chinese officials "ignored" their reporting obligations to the WHO and pressured the group to mislead the world when the virus was first discovered. It comes after weeks of criticism of the WHO by Mr Trump who has accused the organisation of not acting fast enough on the coronavirus outbreak. The US is the biggest single contributor to the WHO, paying in around $450m (£360m) a year, with Mr Trump saying that China only contributed around $40m (£32m). His move to cut ties with the organisation is expected to significantly weaken it while in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. In his address, Mr Trump again blamed China for the COVID-19 outbreak, calling it the "Wuhan virus", and said the country is responsible for more than 100,000 US deaths. He also criticised China over its stance on Hong Kong, saying the city is no longer sufficiently autonomous to warrant special treatment from the US. He said he will revise US travel advice to the region, warning of increased risk of surveillance. The US will also take steps to sanction officials from Hong Kong who have been involved in "eroding" the autonomy of the region. China is set to introduce legislation in Hong Kong that would crack down on the anti-government protests in the city. It has prompted concerns that Beijing is chipping away at the "one country, two systems" principle, that outlines the region's autonomy. It was expected that Mr Trump would also use his news conference to address the death of George Floyd, whose death in police custody has sparked widespread protests in the US. Mr Trump had quipped that "when the looting starts, the shooting starts" following riots in Minneapolis where Mr Floyd died. However, the president left the stage before taking any questions from the press.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRr3-whDHzI https://news.sky.com/story/coronavirus-donald-trump-terminates-relationship-with-world-health-organisation-11997100  

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Pushing further a transformational vision of Enugu State, Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi continues to deploy special focus and an intimate understanding of his turf to address key human development, infrastructure, economic and sundry challenges and perhaps not surprisingly, is indeed changing the Enugu story. As his administration clocks its fifth year, the unassuming, highly focused former national legislator has simply reaffirmed the enduring truth that, indeed, political inclusion, empathetic human development and justice are the first conditions of a viable democracy. Gov. Ugwuanyi took over the mantle of leadership of Enugu State on May 29, 2015, when the country was in recession as a result of drastic drop in the crude oil prices in the international market. Consequently, the state was confronted with paucity of funds coupled with inherited debts and other huge wage bills to be serviced. It could not be disputed that the nation’s economic challenges adversely affected the state’s allocations from the federation account, to the extent that there were limited funds to attend to development issues and other sundry needs of the public. Enugu’s purse grew leaner as federal allocations dwindled to an all-time low – a source of worry the past governor of the state, Barr. Sullivan Chime acknowledged during the thanksgiving Mass to commemorate the end of his administration. This undoubtedly posed a serious threat to the speedy actualization of the governor’s well-thought-out vision for the people of the state as contained in his administration’s four-point agenda. The situation was so bad that 27 states, excluding Enugu State, could not pay workers’ salaries, let alone embark on capital projects. The governors resorted to bailout funds unlike their predecessors who had access to the excess crude oil funds which enabled them to execute sundry capital projects. Despite all these challenges, Gov. Ugwuanyi remained undaunted and focused in his vision to build Enugu State of the founding fathers’ dream, where everybody irrespective of class, religion or political association is given equal rights to dividends of democracy, in a peaceful and secure environment. The fulcrum of his administration’s policy thrust was centered on peace, grassroots development drive and knowledge-driven economy through innovations to “harness those potentials which free oil money has blinded us from exploiting”. His vision was to lead the state out of the economic crunch and rekindle the confidence of the people, especially the lowly and long neglected in the rural communities, in a viable, participatory democracy. The neglect hitherto suffered by the majority of the state’s population in the rural areas was overbearing and created a hydra-headed imbalance in the distribution of democracy dividends between urban and rural inhabitants. It was a winner-takes-all scenario, as concentration of development projects in Enugu metropolis became the only barometer to assess performance of a government in the state. In his inaugural address after assuming the mantle of leadership in 2015, following an overwhelming endorsement at the poll by the people of Enugu State, Gov. Ugwuanyi, as a grassroots-politician, promised to pay special attention to rural development. His decision was anchored on the fact that the majority of the people of Enugu State reside in the rural areas and deserve a sense of belonging, peace and reward of good governance. This was in line with his vision to “deploy government services to create fair and equal opportunity for every willing citizen to make a living and create wealth, educate our children, and enjoy life in a peaceful and secure environment”. Five years down the line, Gov. Ugwuanyi’s administration has vigorously and religiously pursued this lofty vision, closing the urban-rural imbalance in the distribution of basic amenities. Consequently, his administration has constructed and rehabilitated over 600 kilometres of road across the state, mostly in the rural areas. Gov. Ugwuanyi has ensured an enduring peace in the state, a cherished feat that has made it possible for the state’s political leaders to unite and forge a common force for progress and rapid development. One is therefore proud to say that peace is now synonymous with Enugu State. As the long-neglected communities in Enugu State are appreciating the people’s governor for remembering them with one development project or another, the state workers are singing praises and dancing on the streets of Enugu, also in appreciation of the governor’s exceptional love and commitment to their welfare and for the existing cordial government-labour relationship. The most recent experience was the workers’ “Thank-you” visit to Ugwuanyi for being the first governor of the state, since the inception of democracy in 1999, to pay them the minimum wage without rancour. Beyond this, workers’ salaries are paid on the 23rd of every month while pensions are also paid regularly, with or without receipt of statutory allocations from the federation account – even at the time 27 states could not pay because of nation’s economic meltdown. Again, the state government has remained consistent with the payment of the “13th month” salary to workers as Christmas bonus. This was as a result of the impressive performance of the Enugu State Internal Revenue Service in raising the state’s internally generated revenue (IGR), following the far-reaching reforms introduced by the Ugwuanyi administration. There is no doubt that Gov. Ugwuanyi’s rural development policy coupled with his uncommon leadership style has indeed dignified him as a great asset to the people of Enugu State, who in gratitude overwhelmingly reelected him with an unprecedented 95.54 percent of the votes cast, the highest in the history of the country. As the governor was in a hurry, hitting the ground running to fully actualize his administration’s promises after reviewing the public sector for optimal service delivery, the world was hit with the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) pandemic, which brought the socio-economic life of the people and governments to a standstill, forcing government structures across the globe to review their policies and development agenda and focus on health. Despite this, Ugwuanyi’s administration responded swiftly and expediently to contain the spread of the virus in the state and ensure that the effect of the pandemic does not adversely affect the state’s development programmes. His administration immediately approved and released N350 million to the State COVID-19 Multi-Sectoral Rapid Response Team to tackle the health challenge. It also ensured that the effect does not harmfully affect the people, especially the lowly and less privileged, through the ongoing distribution of palliatives. In spite of the pandemic and its obvious adverse economic effects, state workers have continued to receive their full salaries while various degrees of welfare packages were approved for the health workers as incentive to battle the virus. As Isolation and Treatment Centres for COVID-19 were established and fully equipped in the University town of Nsukka and the ESUT Teaching Hospital Parklane, Enugu, the ultramodern Enugu State Medical Diagnostic Centre in Enugu, completed by the Ugwuanyi administration, was also equipped and designated as isolation and treatment centre to enhance the state’s preparedness and capacity to fully tackle the pandemic should the disease escalate. In furtherance of all this, the Ugwuanyi’s administration is presently carrying out a massive reconstruction and construction of new structures at the Colliery Hospital Enugu, which has been designated as an Infectious Disease Isolation and Treatment Centre. Importantly, Gov. Ugwuanyi has continued to keep wake at night and also visit state’s land boundaries to monitor and enforce Presidential directive on 8pm-6am nationwide curfew and inter-state movement restriction order, respectively. Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, the state government had made a mark in the health sector such as the construction and renovation of district hospitals and health centres in the state, especially in the rural areas under the primary healthcare programme; the upgrade of Udi District Hospitals and Polly Clinic, Asata, to General Hospitals, after their rehabilitation; construction of 200-bed Igbo Ano Specialist Hospital, Enugu North Senatorial District, to serve as facilities for the ESUT College of Medicine that has been relocated to Nsukka; the launch of the Universal Health Coverage to provide comprehensive health care delivery to residents of the state, among others. On security, apart from various interventions in enhancing the security architecture to sustain the state’s enviable status as one of the most peaceful and safest in the country, Ugwuanyi’s administration recently procured and donated 100 units of Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing (IVM) patrol vans equipped with communication gadgets to the security agencies to aid their operations in the state. The state government engaged 1,700 novel Forest Guards (first to do so in the South East zone), repositioned the Vigilante/Neighborhood Watch groups and purchased 260 security vehicles for their Community Policing operations. Five newly procured IVM fire-fighting trucks were handed over to the state fire service, for the five newly constructed fire service stations across the three senatorial districts of the state, to enhance their efficiency and effective response to emergencies. On infrastructure, some of the signature road projects include the remodeled ancient, historic and undulating 11km Milliken Hill-Ngwo-9th Mile road – a tourist attraction and state’s natural roller coaster; the state-of-the-art 12km Opi-Nsukka dual carriageway with a spur to the UNN gate; the Ebonyi River Bridge, Ikem; the 31km Udenu Ring road with two high-tech bridges; Iva Valley road, Enugu; the 8.8km Nkalagu-Eha Amufu road in Isi-Uzo LGA, neglected for over 35 years; the 26.66km Ukpabi-Nimbo-Ugbene Ajima-Eziani road in Uzo-Uwani LGA and the 22.443km Neke-Mbu-Ogbodu Aba-Obollo Etiti inter-community road linking Isi-Uzo and Udenu LGAs being constructed by the state government in conjunction with the Rural Access and Mobility Project (RAMP-2). Others include the newly inaugurated 13km Nike Lake junction-Harmony Estate-Amorji Nike-Adoration Pilgrimage Centre – Orie Emene road, constructed across the thick forest of Umuchigbo community, linking the ever-busy and thickly populated Abakpa Nike with Emene satellite town in Enugu East LGA; 8.2km Inyi-Akpugoeze road in Oji River LGA, the Ituku Road in Awgu LGA and the Amurri road in Nkanu West Local Government Area constructed for a hitherto neglected community that has not experienced any form of government development on its land in the past 100 years, etc. It would be recalled that Ugwuanyi’s administration, three months in office, spearheaded the massive development of urban and rural roads across the three senatorial districts of the state, in Emene, Abakpa-Nike, 9th Mile Corner and the University town of Nsukka. Shortly after, 35 grassroots development projects across the 17 Local Government Areas of Enugu State, were simultaneously awarded and executed, ensuring that every council benefited at least one project from the programme. The N10 million “one community, one project” scheme, also recorded a huge success in expanding development to the frontiers of the rural areas – an initiative that gives every community in the state the opportunity to decide their priority projects. This also ensures that communities that have never experienced any government presence benefit, accordingly. The first phase of the Enugu State Secretariat annex in Nsukka satellite town is nearing completion while the construction of the Nsukka Township Stadium and more internal roads in Nsukka town are ongoing, in keeping with the governor’s inaugural address to equip and modernize the University town of Nsukka as the second largest town in Enugu State. In achieving all these landmarks, the Enugu urban is not left out as numerous roads and other infrastructure were rehabilitated in line with the state’s urban renewal drive. Some of them include: the Holy Trinity Street and Bishop Michael Eneje Street, Independence Layout, Enugu; Mount Crescent, GRA, Enugu; Orofia Street, off Nza Street, Independence Layout, Enugu; Dental School – Tipper Garage road, Trans Ekulu, Enugu; Loma Linda- Timber Shed road, Maryland, Enugu; Nwafia Street, Independence Layout, Enugu; Mbanefo Street, New Haven, Enugu. Others include, the Secretariat Road, G.R.A, Enugu; Court Avenue by new State Secretariat, Enugu; Ibuza Street at Independence Layout, Enugu; Isi Uzo Street at Independence Layout, Enugu; Owerri Road and Poly Clinic Road, Asata, Enugu; Carter street, off Ogui road; renovation of the Enugu State House of Assembly Complex and rehabilitation and re-asphalting of the popular Michael Okpara Square, Enugu, and a host of others, including various intervention on federal roads. The first Enugu State Customary Court of Appeal Headquarters complex and other infrastructural development projects in the State Judiciary are standing tall as among the legacy projects of the Ugwuanyi administration. Adjacent to the popular Michael Okpara Square, Enugu is the Unity Park formerly known as Forest Reserve, wearing a new look to serve as a tourist attraction and a place for relaxation and recreation when completed. The vision behind the interventions at the park is also to preserve the state’s heritage for generations yet unborn. A lot of new projects are ongoing and more contracts are being awarded to improve the people’s standard of living in spite the state’s lean resources and outbreak of COVID-19. On education and empowerment, over 5000 primary and secondary school teachers have been recruited in the last five years while 897 classroom blocks and other school projects have been constructed, renovated and/or equipped with learning tools to improve the standard of education in the state. Above all, a review of primary and secondary classroom blocks across the state is ongoing for a comprehensive intervention by the state government. While landmark interventions are being witnessed in the state-owned tertiary institutions, it is pertinent to note that the Institute of Management and Technology (IMT), Enugu, under this present administration had its first convocation after 11 years. The first phase of the traders empowerment scheme assisted 3,600 genuine traders with the sum of N50,000 each to grow their various businesses. 750 youths were empowered in skills acquisition under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) programme. 680 indigent engineering students of Enugu State Polytechnic, Iwollo, Ezeagu L.G.A and the IMT, Enugu, were awarded scholarship for four years of academic studies as well as the recent scholarship offered to 22 indigent post-secondary school students who are presently studying at Mewar University, India. Importantly, the state government, two years ago, launched the Enugu Clean Team Project which has engaged 1000 youths (additional 1000 underway) in cleaning up the state to enhance and sustain its rating as one of the healthiest and cleanest cities in the country, among others. The economic indices of Enugu State have remained favorable in the eyes of observers as the state’s ratings have been outstanding in the last five years, such as the second most advanced state in Nigeria towards the frontier of global good practices with regards to Ease of Doing Business, by the World Bank Group, and the most recent- the 9th best performing state in terms of IGR for the year 2019, among others. From the above highlights, it is indisputable that Gov. Ugwuanyi has performed creditably and has remained committed to his solemn mandate to continue to reward ‘Ndi Enugu’ with peace and good governance and build Enugu State of the founding fathers’ dream. Let us, therefore, continue to pray and support his development and people-centered administration as he continues to create a genuinely humane society. Happy Anniversary! Enugu State is truly in the hands of God! Amoke writes from Enugu State https://dailypost.ng/2020/05/29/louis-amoke-reappraising-ugwuanyis-five-year-stewardship-amid-covid-19/

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Osagie Ize-Iyamu, governorship aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Edo state, says those who brought Godwin Obaseki (governor of the state) to power, feel he has not performed up to expectation. Speaking on Channels Television’s "Politics Today" on Wednesday, Ize-Iyamu, who picked his nomination and expression of interest forms at the party’s national secretariat in Abuja earlier in the day, said under Obaseki there has been division, rancor and insecurity in the state. He had contested as candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in 2016 but lost to Obaseki. Ize-Iyamu defected to the APC in the heat of the crisis between Adams Oshiomhole, APC national chairman, and the incumbent governor. He said Oshiomhole is yet to endorse him but he would get the support of the APC national chairman after defeating Obaseki in the primary. “Oshiomhole is not in any faction, Oshiomhole as at today remains the the national chairman of the APC. So if the governor has problems with him, that does not mean that those who respect his position as national chairman belong to a faction led by him,” he said. “Yes, Godwin Obaseki, the governor of the state, wants to come back as governor. And yes, a lot of the leaders of the APC in the state do not agree with that, but that does not mean those who do not agree with him belong to a faction led by the national chairman. “It is the governor who has said his second term is non-negotiable, I am surprised because he is now bringing God into it, because a man who says my second term is non-negotiable is telling you that even God cannot interfere, that is second term is beyond God, it is beyond party and nobody can say anything about it. Maybe that’s the crux of the problem, because he believes he has come to a position where nobody can even suggest that he cannot come back, but it doesn’t work in Edo state. The party that put him there has a right to determine who will go there again, and the exercise must be a transparent one. “So, the so-called suggestion that the president said they have the right of first refusal is false, there is no such statement, please. One thing I find wrong is trying to bring the national chairman into it, because the leaders we have in Edo are strong in their own right, and if they believe governorship of the party cannot be the birthright of the incumbent, it will be very wrong for anybody to suggest they belong to Adams Oshiomole’s faction. They brought him from nowhere before, so they have a right to say they want to look elsewhere.” Earlier, Ize-Iyamu had told reporters that it was better for the party to change administration in Edo than lose the election. “We mean well for our state. We are not looking for positions simply because we need to look for something to occupy us,” he said. “Even though what we have now is an APC administration, we are not too happy with the pace of development. We are not happy with the rancour. We are not happy with the divisions. We are not happy with the insecurity and that cannot augur well for development. That was why we said our party cannot be changed, that it is better to change the incumbent and ensure our party remains in office.” https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.thecable.ng/ize-iyamu-those-who-brought-obaseki-from-nowhere-have-the-right-to-look-elsewhere/amp  

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When technology fuses with entertainment and is packaged with ultra-sleek, lightweight packaging, you have the optimum smartphone that delivers #UnlimitedFun anytime anywhere. Allow us to introduce the unequaled Infinix Hot 9|9Play.  What are your thoughts? https:///4k7O6V0Y2Q https://twitter.com/InfinixNigeria/status/1266391612541874180?s=19  

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#COVID-19 Update: ... As govt gives details of one new case  The Enugu State Ministry of Health announces that five (5) COVID-19 confirmed positive cases in the state have tested negative and consequently discharged from the isolation and treatment centres.  However, one more positive case has been confirmed in the state.  Total number of cases for Enugu State is now 19, with 6 active cases and 13 discharged. The new COVID-19 patient (Case 19) is a 40 year old female, who hails from Igbo-Etiti LGA of Enugu State and returned home from Lagos State in violation of the restriction order on inter-state movement.  The State Ministry of Health with massive support from the Governor, His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi and the State Executive Council (EXCO), has continued to provide treatment for the existing cases, respond to emergency alerts, carry out contact tracing and follow up on suspects.   The directives of the Federal and Enugu State governments and the public health advisories of the Federal Ministry of Health, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, and the Enugu State Ministry of Health, remain as important as ever and should be strictly adhered to. Stay home when it is not absolutely necessary to go out.  Wear a facemask/covering whenever you must go out Keep a safe distance from other people at all times, which is social/physical distancing and avoid crowded places.  Practice good respiratory hygiene (when coughing or sneezing) Clean surfaces with a 1 in 6 concentration of bleach and water.  Wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds under running water as often as possible.  And when facilities for hand washing are unavailable, sanitize your hands as often as possible using an alcohol based hand sanitizer.  When You do these, you protect me, and when I do these, I protect you. Let us Stay Safe! Signed  Dr. Obi Emmanuel Ikechukwu  Commissioner for Health, Enugu State. Enugu State is in the hands of God! https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1169945950015635&id=100010007227700  

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FFK's wife, Precious Chikwendu Fani Kayode yesterday changed her profile picture on twitter. But the change was met with mixed reactions. Some of her followers praised her flawlessness by saying the former minister was enjoying, while others felt the photo wasn't appropriate. See reactions here; https://mobile.twitter.com/Snowhitey1/status/1266076735205933058  

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Imo SARS arrests murder suspect declared wanted in 2019 Operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Imo State Police Command have apprehended a murder and robbery suspect, Chukwuemeka Nnane, 31, for alleged involvement in criminal activities. The suspect was in 2019 declared wanted by the command over a murder case. The state Commissioner of Police, Isaac Akinmoyede, said the suspect was arrested in the Oguta Local Government Area of the state. Describing the arrest as a major breakthrough for the command, the CP said his officers and men would continue to clamp down on criminals in the state. Akinmoyede stated, “On May 4, 2020, in Umudeyi, Oguta LGA, Imo State, a SARS operation coordinated by CSP Victor Godfrey and led by Inspector Onyeka led to the arrest of one Chukwuemeka Nnane, aka No Stain, and the recovery of the following weapons: 15 live GPM special ammunition and two Lar rifle magazines, a police fez cap and a Lar rifle hidden in a shrine. “It is important to note that the suspect has been on our wanted list for murder and robbery. He belongs to the notorious Ebuka Ukachukwu, aka Small Witch’s gang of armed robbers and kidnappers, and was declared wanted by the Imo State Police Command on September 19, 2019. “The suspect has confessed to the crimes. During the arrest, he sustained gunshot injury on his lower left leg. He was rushed to hospital, treated and discharged.” https://www.google.com/amp/s/punchng.com/imo-sars-arrests-murder-suspect-declared-wanted-in-2019/%3famp=1  

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One Chisom Eze has allegedly killed his 19-year-old brother, Henry, during a fight over a bottle of soft drink at their place of residence on Johnson Street, Alaba area of Lagos State. PUNCH Metro gathered that 21-year-old Chisom left the drink in the house and stepped out to attend to an issue, but when he returned, he discovered that Henry had taken advantage of his absence to consume the drink. Angered by his brother’s action, Chisom was said to have grabbed a knife and stabbed Henry in the neck. However, their sister, who allegedly witnessed the incident, raised the alarm and neighbours apprehended Chisom. Efforts to rescue Henry were said to have proved abortive as he died of the injuries he sustained during the attack. Footage of the incident, which was posted on Instablog9ja, showed the victim’s remains being taken out by wailing neighbours and sympathisers. When contacted, the state Police Public Relations Officer, Bala Elkana, said, “Chisom stabbed his younger brother, Henry, to death because of a bottle of soft drink. He is currently in our custody. Investigation is ongoing.” https://www.google.com/amp/s/punchng.com/man-stabs-brother-to-death-over-soft-drink/%3famp=1  

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A video making the rounds on social media has captured the moment a woman bumped into her husband having lunch with his side chick at a restaurant. The angry wife who couldn’t stand her husband with another woman landed serious slaps on his face. She asked him how he would have the guts to take a lady out while she is still alive. She also bathed her husband with the plate of soup which he bought from the restaurant and asked him to meet her at home as she dashed out of the restaurant. Onlookers at the restaurant inquired from the man how he married such a woman as a wife, while laying insults on her for her attitude. watch video below   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVmc5Uv_yH0  

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Nigerian government reacts to graphic videos of a Nigerian man beaten to death in India (video)   The Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) has reacted to the death of a Nigerian man after he was brutally beaten in India. The Nigerian businessman, popularly called Sunny Mike, was beaten to death on Wednesday, May 27, at Palam , New Delhi.  It was gathered that the businessman was accused of theft by an Indian lady which prompted passers-by to beat him till he passed out. By the time police arrived at the scene, he had died. His body was immediately moved to the morgue and friends and family members took to social media to demand justice.  Reacting to Sunny Mike's death, NIDCOM shared a video of his brutal beating and wrote: "Our attention has been drawn to above incident of a Nigerian brutally beaten up in Delhi, India. The Nigerian mission in India is aware and are currently investigating the circumstances. We call on Nigeria Community in India to be calm as the Mission is aware." Watch The Video Below, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OEGbTtiFWo https://mobile.twitter.com/nidcom_gov/status/1266082130511253506  

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The Abia state government has made public the pictorial profile of a fleeing COVID-19 patient in the state, Emmanuel Ononiwu who took to his heels after a test confirmed he was positive for the virus. He was later declared wanted after escaping from a holding center in Aba where he was kept in readiness for movement into isolation centre. Mr. Ononiwu, a generator mechanic, uses a Mercedes V-Boot car, previously used a Mercedes 190 brand, and is believed to be from Ikeduru LGA of Imo State but resident in Aba. The public is advised to call 0700 2242 362 if the fleeing patient is seen anywhere. The government also appealed that he should not be approached physically without adequate protection to avoid being infected with COVID-19. Source: https://abntv.ng/2020/05/breaking-abia-govt-releases-picture-of-fleeing-covid-19-patient/  

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By Vincent Ikuomola, Abuja The Federal Government said it was yet to receive the ventilators promised by the U.S President, Donald Trump. The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed assured Nigerians that once the government receives the promised equipment, it will be made public. He said this Thursday while responding to a question on the issue during the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 daily briefing. The minister had earlier spoken about the efforts of the ministry to increase sensitization of the populace on the effect of the pandemic which has devastated the entire globe. Already close to 6 million people have been infected with over 350,000 fatalities across 251 countries including Nigeria who h has recorded 254 deaths in close 9,000 cases. The U.S President had on 28th April, 2020 promised to send some ventilators to the country during his telephone conversation with President Muhammad Buhari But a month down the lane, the Minister of Information and Culture said the lifesaving equipment was yet to be received by Nigeria. He said, “To when the ventilators promised by President Trump will arrive. To the best of my knowledge, they have not arrived. When they do arrive it will be made known to the public.” In his quick rundown of the activities of the ministry in sensitizing the populace on the best ways to contain the spread of the virus, the Minister said jingles have been produced for both the radio and television in various languages. He said the social media was also included in aggressive campaign. He said adverts were also placed on six national dailies covering the six geopolitical zones of the country. He said, ” The Ministry so far produced video and radio jingles in the following areas: General information of COVID 19Use of Face Masks; Burial protocol; Testimonials by COVID-19 survivors and Mass gathering.” He also said all the jingles in English have been translated and produced in Pidgin; Igbo; Hausa; Yoruba. So far, he said “The Ministry has developed 25 TV jingles and 25 Radio Jingles. The jingles produced by the Ministry are currently running on 10 television Channels: TVC in between the programme ‘Your View’ between 9am and 10:30am; inside the 7pm news; AIT before the 8pm news; OnTV – Prime time Nollywood movies; Telenovella; Correct Movies; ZEEWORLD (DSTV); Nigbati – StarTimes; Isimbido- StarTimes; Dadin Kowa – StarTimes and StarTimes Guide; Liberty TV – both Hausa and English channels.” He also added that “The jingles are also running on 40 radio stations across the country with states like Kano, Kaduna, Lagos, Port Harcourt, Abuja having more than one radio station airing the jingles. In addition, we also have support from 40 community and campus radio stations across the country awaiting our jingles.” Apart from all the above mentioned, he said the ministry have also provided airing for the NCDC and its partners to broadcast the jingles they produced on messaging for the physically challenged (deaf and dumb) and the use of Face Mask on all the channels. He added, “Similarly, radio jingles on various thematic areas in the fight against COVID 19 produced by the NCDC and its partners in Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, Kanuri, Fulani, Nupe, Gbagyi, TIV, Ibibio, Igala are being aired on radio stations in the states where the languages are spoken. “We also broadcast various creatives developed by the PTF on the Ramadan and the observance of the EID, lock down protocol, asymptomatic COVID patients on radio stations and the Social Media handles of the ministry. “The revised Ease of Lock down Protocol by the PTF was published by the ministry in six national dailies across the geopolitical zones: The Sun; The Nation; People’s Daily; Tribune; Leadership and Vanguard “Our aggressive and sustained campaign on the Social Media has gained traction. In the last five days alone, some of the videos we posted have been viewed over 1,068,614 times.” https://thenationonlineng.net/nigeria-yet-to-receive-trumps-ventilators-minister/  

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