Tuesday, 31 March 2020

[Music] Epheams Mems – Corona Virus

IMSU forefront artist and celebrity Epheams Mems from Theater Art department dishes out a banging tune tagged Corona Virus to ease our mind.

The new record is a reference to the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The music is quite simple yet so inspiring. 

Listen & Download below.



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Monday, 30 March 2020

Coronavirus: Mike Adenuga Donates N1.5 Billion To Fight COVID-19
Mike Adenuga Foundation (MAF), established by a billionaire, Dr Mike Adenuga Jr., on Monday donated N1.5 billion to Federal Government and Lagos State government to support Nigeria’s fight against the global Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).

Mrs Bella Disu, the Executive Vice Chairman of Globacom & the daughter of the billionaire, presented a cheque for N500million to the Lagos State governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu, at his office at the State Secretariat, Alausa, on behalf of the Foundation on Monday.

Similarly, a representative of the Foundation presented the cheque for N1billion to the Governor of Central Bank, Mr Godwin Emefiele, in Abuja.

The Apex Bank is coordinating the fundraising by corporate bodies in the country.

The fund is to support the initiatives aimed at combating the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the foundation, the presentations are being committed for the wellbeing of the entire Nigerian citizens especially at this time when the country is battling the Coronavirus pandemic.

It also commended the government, individuals and organisations for their efforts to contain the spread of the virus.

News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that individuals and corporate organisations had made various donations toward fighting the spread of COVID-19 in the country.

Adenuga Jr. is the founder of Nigeria’s second national carrier in the telecommunications industry, Globacom.

UK Cab Driver Dies of Coronavirus after Contacting it Through Passenger's Cash
A Taxi driver has lost his life to coronavirus after he contracted it through money.

British Taxi Driver Dies After Catching Coronavirus From Customer's Cash

The daughter of a cab driver who died of Covid-19 believes he caught the killer disease off cash from one of his fares.

Relatives of Spencer Kurash join families across the UK to speak of their horror a death toll passed 1,000.

Cab driver Spencer, 56, died after bravely deciding to carry on ferrying people around London.

His student daughter Natasha, 18, said: “It could have been an infected passenger who handed over money. It’s just devastating.”

Spencer, a cabbie for 22 years and a Spurs season ticket holder, self-isolated when his symptoms developed after his last shift on March 18.

His wife of 19 years, Esther, tried in vain to resuscitate him when his symptoms worsened at home in Chigwell, north east London, on Wednesday and the family dialled 999.

Paramedics worked on Spencer for an hour but could not save him.

Sunday, 29 March 2020

Plateau Records Suspected Case Of Coronavirus
The suspect is reported to be an aide of Gov. Bala Mohammed of Bauchi that has tested positive.
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A suspected case of coronavirus has been recorded in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau, Commissioner for Health, Dr. Nimkong Ndam said.

In an interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday in Jos, he said the suspect is an aide of Gov. Bala Mohammed of Bauchi that has tested positive.

He said the state team comprising of World Health Organisation (WHO), health officials and security Agencies among others have gone to his home to take his sample for test in Abuja.

“One of the aides of the governor of Bauchi is on self- isolation, our team went to his house twice to ensure he embarks on self- isolation.

“The test result is supposed to take 48 hours. We implore Plateau residents to comply with the preventive measures of personal and respiratory hygiene,” he said.
NAN recalls that the State previously recorded 43 suspected cases of COVID-19, following the arrival of four Chinese miners from China to Wase local government Area of the state.

The persons who were in self-isolation for 14 days were later confirmed negative after the results came out.
Pastor Adeboye reveals those that are most likely to be Consumed by Coronavirus
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The General overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, (RCCG) Pastor Enoch Adeboye on Sunday said God told him that only those whose appointed time has come will die during the Coronavirus pandemic.

The Nigerian Centre for Disease Control, NCDC, on Saturday announced eight new cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria; 2 in FCT, 4 in Oyo, 1 in Kaduna and 1 in Osun State respectively.

Friday, 27 March 2020

Wow! Check Out What Lekki Residents Are Doing To Combat Coronavirus
The charity move aimed at keeping the scourge at bay was flagged off at Ajunwe Police station, Ajah.
Lekki residents
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Determined to curb the coronavirus pandemic, Lekki Estate Residents and Stakeholders Association (LERSA) has donated 2,000 bottles of sanitizers and fliers to various groups in Lagos State, Sun News reports.
The charity move aimed at keeping the scourge at bay was flagged off at Ajunwe Police station, Ajah and it went on to other sections of the community which includes the bus stops in the axis.
Traders at the Sangotedo market, General Hospital, Ibeju Lekki, Abraham Adesanya Health Centre and host others benefitted from the scheme.
Passers-by within the Lekki-Ajah environs also got their feel of the initiative.
Speaking at the event, President, LERSA James Emadoye, said the initiative is aimed at sensitizing the public about the precautionary moves against coronavirus.

“As you are aware, the whole world is fighting a war with an invisible enemy and our leaders have revealed some measures that we need to take so that we will win this fight against the pandemic.

“As a responsible association, we have decided to share some sanitizers, nose masks, and other items for the people with this community.

“We are giving this out to those important servants who can’t stay at home. that is the Police officers, Road Transport workers, traders, medical staff and other Lagos base citizens.

“We encourage that all their members have at least have a sanitizer in their pocket so that they can protect themselves.

“We are also distributing fliers to the people so that they would understand what the government has asked us to do which included regular handwashing and social distancing and all that. So it is for this purpose we embarked on this campaign in order to ensure people stay safe,” he stated.
Meanwhile, the Chairman National Union of Road and Transport Workers (NURTW), Alhaji Adeyemi Taofeek, Police Area Commander, Olugbemi Gbolahan and other dignitaries thanked the donors.
[Mixtape] Dj Samzee – Bad Girl Mix

Every entertainer is doing the most to keep the world entertained and relaxed while at home quarantined.

In that spirit, talented disc jockey, DJ Samzee comes through with the 2020 edition of his mix tape titled “Bad Girl Mix”.

The new mixtape is a mix which would help you relaxed and get your mind off the epidemic.

The mix is about 54-minutes long and contains all trending songs in the country right now.

Listen below and don’t forget to share us with your homies.




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See the Pastor that is Currently Offering Coronavirus Healing Prayers
Bishop Sam Zuga of house of Joy ministry, the founder of both Samzuga free medical treatment and Samzuga international has offered to treat anyone with coronavirus free of charge and also said, “anyone with coronavirus should be referred to him for treatment”

Speaking at the healing crusade organized to sensitize people about Coronavirus in Yola, Adamawa, Sam Zuga shed more lights on why he is not afraid of the deadly virus.

He also reiterated his willingness to heal anyone who has the virus also known as Covid-19.

Bishop Sam Zuga said: “No virus can survive in my body, my body is the temple of God, it can’t accommodate anything called virus.”

He continued, “Coronavirus is not different from other diseases God has been using me to heal. A virus cannot decide for me. I can stay at home when I want, not when Corona is giving orders.

I can’t stop going to church because of a mere virus. How can I dishonor the Creator because of the creature? I cannot help the devil to kill people by forcing them to stay at home and be killed of hunger. There is no difference between who died of Coronavirus and who died of hunger.

People that are killed by Boko Haram and herdsmen are more than Corona in Nigeria. If we acted drastically against these two as we did to Coronavirus, Nigeria could have finished with the issue of insecurity since. I am the light of the world. Light is needed when there is darkness. Coronavirus is the current darkness in the world. How can light run away from darkness?

Christians were crying that Buhari is Islamizing Nigeria. Now that common virus is closing churches, what name can we give this? Is it ‘coronising’ Nigeria or ‘virusing’ Nigeria?

The darker the darkness the brighter the light, I will use this thick darkness and shine the light of Christ among Nations. This is the best time to prove that Jesus Christ defeated Satan truly.”

The Bishop widely known for his philanthropy also challenged the devil together with his killing agent called Coronavirus.

He personally anointed over ten thousand participants in the healing crusade tagged, ” ANOINTING FOR PRESERVATION”.

“I am calling on all sick people, not only victims of Coronavirus in Nigeria and beyond to meet me in Yola, Adamawa State. They will surely go back with a tangible testimony,” he assured.
Online Food Ordering Platform Eatnownow Unveils Bossgist CEO as Newest Ambassador

One of the youngest internet enterprenuer and brain behind the Bossgist brand Chukwunyere Remy Jnr  does not appear like he is slowing down anytime soon on his drive to build a name for himself in the business world as more brands keep identifying with his genius mind.

The latest to join the brand of companies he represents is new food ordering Platform Eatnownow based in Abuja.
Making the Announcement earlier today, the CEO of Eatnownow, Mr. Onyekwere G.N described Remy as one who is well skilled and experienced in his field and has alot to bring to the table as an ambassador.
In his response, the brand ambassador, Mr. Remy thanked the entire team of eatnownow and promised to do what he know how to do best.
Eatnownow is an online Food Ordering, Delivery and Dietary Management Platform. It offers you the opportunity to order food from a variety of restaurants, Eateries, Chefs or Vendors.

They also offer event management services with ability to power the complete food service requirement of any event in the most trendy and luxurious style.
It was recently launched in the City of Abuja on March 21st, 2020 which gives people the opportunity to order their favourite food from their choice vendors and get them delivered to them. Eatnownow delivers meals, drinks and confectioneries.
Orders from Eatnownow can be done via their website; Eatnownow.com or via their Mobile App which can downloaded from Google PlayStore or via iOS store.

Thursday, 26 March 2020

See How Indian Police is Punishing "Stay at Home" offenders in India.
The Indian Police punished offenders who flouted the stay at home rule in a bid to curb the Wuhan coronavirus.

Police in India were seen punishing citizens who disobeyed the stay at home order given by the government as coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the world.
In several photos and videos seen on social media, the law enforcement agents could be seen asking defaulters to serve punishments ranging from frog jumps to sit-ups, and some were even beaten with baton.

India has so far reported a relatively small number of cases,500 compared to European nations that are reporting figures well into the tens of thousands, but there are fears that generally cramped living conditions, poverty, poor hygiene and a creaking healthcare system could quickly cause it to run out of control.

Experts warn that up to 500million Indians could contract coronavirus within the next year, which would mean more than 1million deaths in the next 12 months.
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