Patients And Health Workers At The Lagos Isolation Centre Got A Musical Treat For Easter while Gov. Sanwo-olu, The First Family Held An Online Service

Being COVID-19 positive isn’t a death sentence, therefore, life must continue despite the solitary living this pandemic had caused the world, in order to curtail its spread. On 12 April 2019, to mark the resurrection of Christ Jesus at Easter, a special Saxophone display was arranged for the residents of the Lagos Isolation Centre in Yaba where BJ Sax treated them to lovely tunes to lift their spirits. The Lagos State government is doing their best to keep the centre sane. Here’s a glimpse…….. While in another development; in order…

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Suspected Assailants In Lagos – Ogun Unrest Arrested

There has been unrest in the last 48 hours as people residing in Lagos-Ogun boundary axis have continued to make complaints via their social media handles requesting for help. They have alleged that miscreants, thugs and robbery at different locations in the area would not let them enjoy their peace and quiet during this lockdown. Several calls were put across to the Nigerian police call centres in these regard. A group of suspects have now been arrested by the Nigeria Police force and we have a short interview from the…

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BEHIND THE SCENE OF THE LAGOS ISOLATION CENTRE AS 23 MORE CASES ARE RECORDED

As Nigeria record 23 new cases of coronavirus; See the inside story of the Lagos State Isolation Centre and their patients – YOMMY AYILARA. Nigeria has recorded 23 new cases of Coronavirus. This is a sad development for the citizens of Nigeria and a call for the enforcement of the stay home rule, in order to avoid more cases. Dr Chikwe Ihekweazu, Director General of NCDC, disclosed this while, speaking on COVID-19 pandemic in Nigeria. The total number of Coronavirus cases have increased by 23, the Nigeria Centre for Disease…

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AFRICAN MEDICINE: NATURAL REMEDIES AGAINST INFECTIONS AND FEVER

As much as we understand that before the advent of the colonial masters and their era, Africans all over the globe had traditional remedies for different forms of ailment. Hence, the need to promote some of these medicinal herbs during this period of pandemic. However, it is imperative to note that these are home made remedies as used by our forefathers. It is our responsibility however as an individual to test with the appropriate authorities for any symptoms whatsoever. While we believe that traditional herbs works wonders, this does not…

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