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Nigeria receives 3.2 million Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines from U.S
Nigeria receives 3.2 million Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines from U.S

The United States government has supplied additional three point two million doses of Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine to Nigeria. US Ambassador to Nigeria, Mary Beth Leonard, has visited the National Strategic Warehouse to see the latest supplies. Ambassador Leonard visited the facility together with the Executive Director of the National Primary Health Care Development Agency, Doctor Faisal Shuaib.…

Four persons die in Maiduguri explosions  
Four persons die in Maiduguri explosions  

Three explosions hit the city of Maiduguri in Borno State yesterday, killing at least four people. The affected areas are Bulumkutu, Ajilari Cross and Ayaje, with four persons killed in the blasts at Ayaje and Bulumkutu. Reports say troops were immediately sent into the affected areas, to go after terrorists of the Islamic State of West Africa…

FG limits religious gathering to fifty percent
FG limits religious gathering to fifty percent

The Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19 has limited indoor religious gatherings to fifty per cent with full compliance to public health measures. The Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Boss Mustapha announced this in a statement. He explained that there had been reduced compliance to public health social measures which had led to increased COVID-19 cases…

FRSC warns motorists against disobeying traffic rules during the yuletide
FRSC warns motorists against disobeying traffic rules during the yuletide

The Federal Road Safety Corps has warned motorists against disobeying safety rules capable of putting other road users in danger, especially during the Christmas and New Year celebrations. The Corps Marshal and Chief Executive of the FRSC, Boboye Oyeyemi, sounded the warning in Lagos as part of his tour across the counry to inspect the level of…

Ethiopia PM returns to office from battle front
Ethiopia PM returns to office from battle front

The office of Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed says he has returned to his usual work in the capital and has left the battle front. The Prime Minister has been at the front line in the civil war, which started in Tigray last year. The Ethiopian troops have been fighting rebels from the northern Tigray region.

US welcomes EndSARS panel report
US welcomes EndSARS panel report

The United States has welcomed the conclusion of the Lagos State Judicial Panel of Inquiry with the submission of its final report. The US said that the EndSARS protest and events that took place near the Lekki Toll Gate on October 20, 2020 led to serious allegations against some members of the security forces. The US says…

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