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BY George Onmonya Daniel Those who don’t support the EndSARS protest, mostly because of primordial sentiments, are wrapping some form of conspiracy theory around it all to change the narrative that it is a Western conspiracy to end Nigeria. That’s exactly what Iliyasu Gadu article published in Daily Trust of 25th October, 2020, attempts to […]
  1. BUSINESS
Many are feared dead as throughout Monday morning till Tuesday, from Abuja to Lagos, Kano to Jos, Port Harcourt to Ibadan, and all over Nigeria, where young people are protesting peacefully over police brutality, government thugs are seen in multiple videos laughing attacks on peaceful protesters. In Apo in Abuja, Apo mechanic village, Kabusa junction, […]
  1. BUSINESS
Abba Kyari, chief of staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, has tested positive for coronavirus days after returning from an official trip to Germany, NEWISSUES has learnt. NEWISSUES understands that he ran the test on Saturday based on medical advice, although he was not exhibiting any symptoms. The result came back on Monday positive and he has gone into […]
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Former Vice President and Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar’ son, test positive to Coronavirus. Atiku Abubakar announced it in a tweet telling Nigerians to pray for him and that Coronavirus is real. https://twitter.com/atiku/status/1241855367438651394?s=21 Most Nigerians are still not taking the pandemic seriously enough, especially government, as activities continues normally all over the nation.
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  2. Nigeria
The Court of Appeal in Abuja, on Friday, reduced the seven years jail term of a Nigerian activist convicted for falsely accusing a public official of corruption. The appellate court reduced the jail term to two years. Ibrahim Wala, popularly called I G Wala, was jailed on April 15, 2019, by Justice Yusuf Halilu of […]
  1. HEALTH
  2. HUMANITARIAN
By Adamu Dodo The Federal Medical Centre FMC Jabi, Abuja, Nigeria is set to introduce hospital paupers fund. The new Medical Director of the health facility, Prof. Sa’ad Aliyu Ahmad is passionate about compassionate, which could not be unconnected to his aristocratic lineage. Prof. Sa’ad, having taken cognisance of the growing number of the indigent […]
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  2. Nigeria
The Federal Ministry of Education is closing all tertiary, secondary and primary schools nationwide over the outbreak of the coronavirus in the country. The ministry said it is part of measures to contain the spread of the virus. The permanent secretary in the Ministry of Education, Sunny Echono, confirmed this to PREMIUM TIMES Thursday night. […]
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  2. World
President Trump said in a Thursday press briefing that chloroquine, a drug used to treat malaria and severe arthritis, was approved by the Food and Drug Administration to test as a COVID-19 coronavirus treatment, as the number of cases nationwide continues to increase. The drug will be used in a clinical trial, according to FDA […]
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The Lagos State Commissioner of Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, says the Italian who brought coronavirus to Nigeria now tests negative. He made this statement at a press conference in Lagos. According to him, the Italian will be tested one more time and will be released if he tests negative again. Coronavirus was first recorded in […]
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  2. POLITICS
The senate says it is suspending all public hearings until further notice. The upper legislative chamber said this is to curb the spread of the coronavirus. It also said it will suspend entry into its gallery for whatever purpose, including for excursions and visits from schools and organisations, starting from Tuesday. Senate President Ahmad Lawan […]

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Of the four fundamental interactions, gravitation is the dominant at astronomical length scales. Gravity effects are cumulative; by contrast, the effects of positive and negative charges tend to cancel one another, making electromagnetism relatively insignificant on astronomical length scales. The remaining two interactions, the weak and strong nuclear forces, decline very rapidly with distance; their […]
By astronomical convention, the four seasons can be determined by the solstices—the points in the orbit of maximum axial tilt toward or away from the Sun—and the equinoxes, when Earth rotational axis is aligned with its orbital axis. In the Northern Hemisphere, winter solstice currently occurs around 21 December; summer solstice is near 21 June, […]

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Of the four fundamental interactions, gravitation is the dominant at astronomical length scales. Gravity effects are cumulative; by contrast, the effects of positive and negative charges tend to cancel one another, making electromagnetism relatively insignificant on astronomical length scales. The remaining two interactions, the weak and strong nuclear forces, decline very rapidly with distance; their […]
By astronomical convention, the four seasons can be determined by the solstices—the points in the orbit of maximum axial tilt toward or away from the Sun—and the equinoxes, when Earth rotational axis is aligned with its orbital axis. In the Northern Hemisphere, winter solstice currently occurs around 21 December; summer solstice is near 21 June, […]
Cream skimmed from milk may be called “sweet cream” to distinguish it from cream skimmed from whey, a by-product of cheese-making. Whey cream has a lower fat content and tastes more salty, tangy and “cheesy”. In many countries, cream is usually sold partially fermented: sour cream, crème fraîche, and so on. Both forms have many […]

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BY George Onmonya Daniel Those who don’t support the EndSARS protest, mostly because of primordial sentiments, are wrapping some form of conspiracy theory around it all to change the narrative that it is a Western conspiracy to end Nigeria. That’s exactly what Iliyasu Gadu article published in Daily Trust of 25th October, 2020, attempts to […]
Many are feared dead as throughout Monday morning till Tuesday, from Abuja to Lagos, Kano to Jos, Port Harcourt to Ibadan, and all over Nigeria, where young people are protesting peacefully over police brutality, government thugs are seen in multiple videos laughing attacks on peaceful protesters. In Apo in Abuja, Apo mechanic village, Kabusa junction, […]
There are a number of different theories and hypotheses regarding early state formation that seek generalizations to explain why the state developed in some places but not others. Other scholars believe that generalizations are unhelpful and that each case of early state formation should be treated on its own. Voluntary contend groups theories of people […]
Cream skimmed from milk may be called “sweet cream” to distinguish it from cream skimmed from whey, a by-product of cheese-making. Whey cream has a lower fat content and tastes more salty, tangy and “cheesy”. In many countries, cream is usually sold partially fermented: sour cream, crème fraîche, and so on. Both forms have many […]