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Lagos  Says COVID-19 Testing Remains Free For Those That Meet Case Definition 

The State would like to reassure the general public that testing is still free at all the COVID-19 public testing laboratories for all Lagos residents. Lagosians are enjoined to take advantage of this service if they feel unwell or feel they have had close contact with an infected person. The Government has established sampling centres across the State and has continued to enhance the capacity of the public testing laboratories to examine all those who require testing free of charge. If any resident feels unwell, please lodge a complaint through the appropriate…

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Sanwo-Olu Swears In Famuyiwa, New Chairman Of Agbado-Oke Odo LCDA

…….Pledges Continued Support To Grassroots …Lagos Gov To Council Boss: ‘You Must Sustain Programmes That’ll Enhance Residents’ Lives’ Former Vice Chairman of Agbado-Oke Odo Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Mr. David Oladapo Famuyiwa, on Tuesday, took the oath to formally assume the council’s leadership, three weeks after the demise of the Executive Chairman, Dr. Augustine Arogundade. At a simple swearing-in ceremony held in the Banquet Hall at the State House in Alausa, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu charged the new Executive Chairman to ensure the continuation of programmes and services that will…

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COVID-19: Ekiti To Reopen Worship Centres From July 17, Schools July 20

…..To Be Issued Certificate Of Readiness Before Opening …..Frontline Medical Personnel Get N2.5 Billion Life Insurance ….Residents Without Face Masks Risk Arrest And Prosecution Subject to the fulfilment of some laid down protocols, worship centres in Ekiti State may resume for services as from Friday, July 17th. This is in line with the agreement reached by the state government with leaders of religious organisations in the state. Governor Kayode Fayemi who disclosed this on Tuesday in a state-wide broadcast on the next stage in the State’s COVID-19 Response said arrangements…

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Katsina Gov Masari Urges Military To Change Approach In Dealing With Banditry

Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina State has called on the military and other security agencies to be holistic in dealing with banditry in order to end the menace once and for all. Masari made the call when he received the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Tukur Buratai at the Government House, Katsina on Monday. The  governor stressed that the only thing the bandits required was superior fire power, adding that they must be dealt with once and for all without giving them opportunity to come back. He said that bandits…

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Expert Counsels FG, States To Integrate Family Planning In COVID -19 Sensitization Programme

Dr Bernard Emonena, Consultant, Family Planning (FP) Service Delivery, has advised both Federal and State Governments to integrate family planning into its sensitization programmes on impacts of Coronavirus (COVID -19) pandemic. Emonena gave the advice at a Media Roundtable with Development Communications (DevComs) Network in Asaba on Sunday The theme of the meeting  was “COVID -19: Maintaining Demand for Family Planning Services; Experience from the Field” He said integrating FP into their COVID-19 sensitization programmes would also help increase awareness and consequently cause people to have access to FP services…

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Gov Okowa Congratulates Traditional Ruler, Dein Of Agbor At 43

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State has congratulated the Dein of Agbor Kingdom, Benjamin Ikenchuku Keagborekuzi I, as he clocks 43 on Monday. The governor said that the Dein had provided purposeful, courageous and tenacious leadership for the Agbor people over the years and deserves to be celebrated on his new age. In a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Olisa Ifeajika, in Asaba on Sunday, the governor commended the monarch for making Agbor kingdom peaceful and investor-friendly since he ascended the throne of his forefathers. He joins the people of Ika…

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COVID-19: Egbabor Tasks Isoko North Residents On Precautionary Measures 

As COVID-19 pandemic continues to ravage Delta State and other parts of the country, the Chairman of Isoko North Local Government Council, Hon. Emmanuel Egbabor has called on residents of the area to always observe all precautionary measures in order to checkmate community transmission of the virus. In a statement at weekend in Ozoro, the Council headquarters, the Chairman noted that the level of infection was on the rise due to the lackadaisical attitude of people who erroneously believe that the pandemic was a scam. He said a total of…

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COVID-19: Okowa Deplores Rising Cases In Delta, Avoid Hugs, Handshakes

Delta State Governor, Mr Ifeanyi Okowa, has deplored the increasing cases of COVID-19 in the state, saying it had become obvious that community transmission of the virus had reached an alarming and frightening proportion. In a statement personally signed by him on Saturday, the governor said that it was regrettable that many persons still think that the Coronavirus disease was a hoax. “It cannot be a hoax when over 20 persons have died including some prominent citizens. “Therefore, I want to make a passionate appeal to all Deltans to please…

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Ajimobi: Oyo Denies Rumour Of Delaying Ex-Gov’s Burial

….. Says This Wicked Lie Must Stop The Oyo State Government has strongly denied insinuations that it is responsible for the delay in burying the immediate past governor of the state, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, who died on Thursday. A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Seyi Makinde, Mr. Taiwo Adisa, indicated that the insinuations amounted to a wicked lie. The statement read: “In view of the intense enquiries from news media organisations  regarding the perceived delay in burying the late former Governor of Oyo State, Senator Abiola Ajimobi,…

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Nigerian Legion Seeks Land Allocation For Farming From Kwara Gov

……For Members The Nigerian Legion and Corps of Commissionaires, Kwara State Command has appealed to Gov AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq to allocate land to the legion for its members to engage in farming activities. The legion made the call on Friday in a statement by Deputy Corps Commander (DCC), Omolale Olusegun in Ilorin. Omolale, who is also the Director Human Resources and Public Relations for the legion, called on the governor to provide the legion with office accommodation equipped with computers and other office furniture. The DCC listed the functions of the…

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