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Bishop Oyedepo should lead Christians – Primate Ayodele commends Living Faith founder for speaking against church closure

The leader of the Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has commended Bishop David Oyedepo of the Living Faith Church for speaking against the closing down of churches due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Primate Elijah said Oyedepo should be the leader of Christians in Nigeria due to his fearlessness. In a statement, the clergyman also …

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I’m in Ondo for positive policing – Police Commissioner

Following the change of guard at the Ondo State Police Command, the Commissioner of Police, Salami Amidu Bolaji on Wednesday assured that the policing architecture in the state will be repositioned to meet the security challenges of residents of the state. According to Salami who took over from the former Commissioner, Adie Ondo State will …

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US Transportation Dept set to BLOCK Chinese passenger flights in tit-for-tat dispute — RT World News

US Transportation Dept set to BLOCK Chinese passenger flights in tit-for-tat dispute — Warritatafo

The US Department of Transportation has confirmed it will suspend Chinese passenger carriers’ flights into the US starting June 16 after Beijing refused to approve several US airlines seeking to resume flights to China. The department clarified that it hopes to pressure China into permitting Delta Airlines and United Airlines to resume servicing passenger routes …

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Thousands protest in Paris over death of black Frenchman

Over 19,000 people on Tuesday evening led a protest in Paris over the death of a black Frenchman, Adama Traore, in police custody. The protesters started gathering in the late afternoon in front of the Paris Court near the ring road in the north of the capital, holding inscriptions slogans such as “Black Lives Matter” …

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Ebonyi clan cries out to IGP over 22 deaths, rape, torture

The people of Edda Clan, Afikpo South Local Government Area of Ebonyi State have written the Inspector-General of Police, IGP Mo Adamu expressing concern over 22 unresolved murder cases in the area. A petition to that effect was written by the Edda Intervention and Rescue Initiative, a group pressing for the rights of the people. …

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Germany to reopen borders for EU and UK travelers on June 15 unless situation deteriorates — RT World News

Germany to reopen borders for EU and UK travelers on June 15 unless situation deteriorates — Warritatafo

The German government has approved plans to lift travel restrictions and reopen borders for EU and UK citizens from June 15, unless the coronavirus situation deteriorates. However, Foreign Minister Heiko Maas stressed that a full resumption of travel will have to be gradual.This year’s summer holidays “won’t have much to do with the past vacations …

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George Floyd: WWE condemns racial injustices, stands with blacks over death of American

The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has released a statement in regards to the death of George Floyd, an unarmed 46-year-old African American murdered by the US police. Recall that following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, there has been serious unrest and tension in most states in the United States. Some Americans have for …

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#JusticeForBarakat: Another lady, 18-years-old, gets stabbed to death for resisting rape in Ibadan (Photos)

In new reports following the wake of rape and sexual assault that’s had Nigerian internet buzzing over the last few days, a new case of attempted rape followed by murder has just been reported. An 18-year-old lady, identified as Barakat Bello is reported to have murdered at her home in Ibadan after she resisted rape. …

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Married man arrested after allegedly raping a 13-yr-old girl seeking direction in Abakpa, Enugu State

A married man identified simply as Lucky has been apprehended by residents in Abakpa, Enugu State after defiling a 13-year-old girl. The minor identified as Godiya met Lucky after leaving her grandmother’s house who scolded her. The suspect who she asked for direction took her to a bush where he defiled her, gave her yoghurt …

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George Floyd: UK police chiefs 'stand alongside' those appalled by death

George Floyd: UK police chiefs ‘stand alongside’ those appalled by death

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Protesters gathered in London’s Hyde Park on Wednesday UK chief constables have said they stand alongside all those “appalled and horrified” by the way African-American George Floyd died in US police custody. In a joint statement, they said the right to lawful protest was a “key part of any …

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'Very destructive' SECOND wave of Covid-19 may come as countries lift restrictions, WHO warns — RT World News

‘Very destructive’ SECOND wave of Covid-19 may come as countries lift restrictions, WHO warns — Warritatafo

There is a “definite threat” of a repeat Covid-19 outbreak if nations emerging from their first wave aren’t vigilant, a senior official at the UN’s health watchdog has warned the Russian diaspora, as countries ease restrictions. Hans Kluge, the European director for the World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday reiterated the body’s message: even though …

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COVID-19: Kwara explains spike in coronavirus infection

Kwara State government on Wednesday, called on the Federal government to expedite action on setting up a COVID-19 testing centre in the state. The government expressed its readiness to offer all the necessary cooperation to ease the setting up of the facility, as it would strengthen the capacity to test more samples. A statement by …

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The invisible man? Scientists engineer human cells to become TRANSPARENT like squids — RT World News

The invisible man? Scientists engineer human cells to become TRANSPARENT like squids — Warritatafo

In a remarkable first, researchers have successfully transferred the natural camouflage ability often displayed by some species of squid and cuttlefish into human cells, allowing them to bend light. Certain species of octopus, squid and other sea creatures have specialized tissues in their bodies which allow them to manipulate light and seamlessly blend in with …

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Suspected gunmen kill 9, burn houses in Kaduna

Gunmen suspected to be herdsmen on Wednesday morning attacked Tudu village in Doka, Kufana District of Kajuru Local Government Area, killing nine persons, and setting many houses ablaze. A resident of the area, Mr. Titus Jacob who spoke to DAILY POST said the armed bandits numbered over 15 came around 9.00am, and started shooting sporadically, …

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Coronavirus contact tracer 'paid to watch Netflix'

#Coronavirus contact tracer ‘paid to watch Netflix’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption”Becky” – a contract tracer in England – speaks to the BBC’s Victoria DerbyshireA contact tracer working on the NHS Test and Trace coronavirus scheme says she has not been asked to speak to anyone since beginning work last week.The clinician told the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire she …

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Vera Uwaila Omozuwa: Atiku reacts, calls for review of rape laws

Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar has called for adequate protection of women against defilement and other forms of violence. Atiku made the call while reacting to the death of Vera Uwaila Omozuwa, a 100-level Microbiology student of the University of Benin, UNIBEN, who was allegedly raped and murdered by some unknown persons last week. Vera …

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Anambra govt states position on reopening of schools

The Anambra State government has said that it won’t risk the lives of children and students by reopening schools during the coronavirus pandemic that has infected over 10,000 people in Nigeria. The State Commissioner for Basic Education, Prof. Kate Omenugha, made this known while speaking with journalists on Wednesday in Awka, adding that the decision …

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Church opening in Nigeria: Primate Ayodele blasts TB Joshua, Pastor Sam Adeyemi

The leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has frowned against the comments from some church leaders like T.B. Joshua and Sam Adeyemi, over their position against the re-opening of churches. Recall that the Nigerian government had on Monday lifted the ban it placed on religious gatherings. Despite the directive by the government, …

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George Floyd: Pope Francis reacts, calls for reconciliation

Pope Francis, on Tuesday called for national reconciliation over the murder of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer and the violence which broke out subsequently. Recall that following the killing of George Floyd, an unarmed 46-year-old African American by police officer in Minneapolis, there has been serious unrest and tension in most states in …

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Amazon Prime will make Premier League games free-to-air

Amazon Prime will make Premier League games free-to-air

Amazon Prime streamed its first Premier League games in December 2019Amazon Prime will make its four Premier League games free-to-air when the season restarts.Fans will not need a Prime membership to watch fixtures on the online streaming service when the top-flight campaign resumes from 17 June.Every one of the remaining 92 Premier League games will …

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Ban on religious gathering remains in force – Oyo government

Oyo State government on Tuesday informed residents of the state that the ban placed on religious gatherings is still in force. The State COVID-19 Task Force, headed by the State Governor, Engineer Seyi Makinde made this declaration. The task force noted that it has not relaxed the ban on religious activities and the curfew imposed …

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Residents intercept suspected armed robber, hand over to police in Ibadan

Residents of Onikoko community, a sub-community in Apete, a suburb of Ibadan, the Oyo State capital in the early hours of Wednesday arrested a suspected armed robber who has been terrorizing residents of Apete and environs. The suspect identified as Zobo Baba Bose, who was arrested by landlords in the area was said to have …

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Italy LIFTS two-week quarantine for Schengen and UK travelers — Warritatafo

Italy is now allowing people from most EU nations and Britain to enter without having to spend two weeks in self-isolation. The country has been easing Covid-19-related restrictions in recent weeks. The restrictions on Schengen Area and UK travelers have been eased from Wednesday, and will be lifted on those from other EU nations on June …

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Kano Govt announces discharge of 21 coronavirus patients

The Kano State Government has announced that 21 coronavirus patients have been discharged after showing full recovery from the virus. The announcement was made by the Kano State Ministry of Health in a tweet via its Twitter account on Wednesday. The Ministry also confirmed that 12 new cases of the viral infection have been recorded, …

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Ikpeazu directs 17 Abia LGA chairmen, others to undergo COVID-19 test

Abia State Governor, Okezie Ikpeazu has directed all Chairmen of the seventeen(17) Local Government Areas of the State, together with their deputies, to present themselves for COVID-19 test. This was even as Governor Okezie Ikpeazu had earlier directed all members of Abia State COVID-19 committee and those of the executive members who might have recently …

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Coronavirus: Parents in Wales wait for school decision

#Coronavirus: Parents in Wales wait for school decision

Image copyright Reuters Image caption Back to school? Parents and pupils are waiting for the latest advice Parents and pupils in Wales will learn later if any classes will return for the final weeks of the summer term.Education Minister Kirsty Williams said she will make a statement on Wednesday on the way forward for reopening …

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