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Nigeria will go into recession if COVID-19 continues beyond six months – Finance Minister, Zainab Ahamed












Zaina Ahmed, Nigeria's Minister of Finance, has said the country will go into recession if the Coronavirus pandemic persists longer than six months.



She made this known when she appeared on Channels TV on Friday March 27.


“We are hopeful that this pandemic will be limited in time. If it is an average of three months, we should be able to close the year with positive growth. But if it goes longer than that – six months, one year – we will go into recession.” she said

I struggled to breathe – Juventus Star, Dybala shares his coronavirus nightmare












Juventus Football Club Star, Paulo Dybala on Friday March 27, shared his sad ordeal after testing positive for coronavirus which has killed over 9,000 people in Italy.



In an interview with JTV, the Argentine international who was tested positive for the virus alongside his teammates Daniele Rugani and Blaise Matuidi who both had no symptoms, recalled struggling to breathe.



Dybala however disclosed that he has overcome symptoms of the virus with his fiancée Oriana Sabatini, and now feels better.



He said;




“I feel better now after some strong symptoms. A couple of days ago I was not well, I felt heavy and after five minutes of movement I had to stop because I was struggling to breathe.

“Now I can move and walk to start trying to train, because when I tried in the past few days I started to shake too much.

“I gasped for air and as a result I couldn’t do anything, after five minutes I was already very tired, I felt the body heavy and my muscles hurt.

“Now I’m fine. My fiancée Oriana (Sabatini) has also overcome the symptoms.”

Governor Makinde sacks aide who claimed Governor Sanwo-Olu's coronavirus project as his



















Governor Seyi Makinde of Oyo State on Friday March 27 sacked his Special Assistant on Digital Media, Mr. Muritala Olajide Adigun after he claimed Lagos Governor, Babajide Sanwo-olu's coronavirus project as his (Makinde).



Adigun had passed off the disinfecting machines Governor Sanwo-Olu brought in for fumigation of public places in Lagos as an Oyo State Government project.







Adigun's sack was made public in a letter signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Olubamiwo Adeosun. The letter reads;




“I wish to convey the approval of His Excellency, Governor Seyi Makinde, on the termination of your appointment as Special Assistant (Digital Media), with immediate effect”.







The sacked aide has however blamed members of APC (the opposition party in Oyo State) over his ordeal.



Adigun wrote;




“APC agent of darkness that hacked my Facebook account to disseminate this false information about the Oyo State Government yesterday won’t escape the hand of the law.

“You called for it and you’ve gotten it… Thanks to everybody that contributed to my downfall.”



Nigeria is not a joke because of one man - Rapper, Vector tackles FFK, Imam of Peace and northerners

















Nigerian rapper, Vector has taken a swipe at former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, popular Islamic cleric Mohammad Tawhidi 'Imam of Peace' and some northerners over their tweets in the last few hours.



The rapper who lashed out at the Imam of Peace over his tweets in which he called out President Buhari, stated that he can't speak for Nigerians who won't speak for themselves.

Vector added that all the Islamic cleric did was disrespect the Nigerian government.



He tweeted;




You can’t speak for people that won’t speak for themselves. You can’t tell us about us more than we know. Until the people speak for themselves, you are just tweeting and sounding like you are aimed at disrespecting the Nigerian govt. that’s not a peaceful stance.







Vector who reacted to FFK's tweet which praised Imam of Peace for taking "President Buhari and his goons" to the cleaners, insisted that Nigeria never become a joke because of one man.



He tweeted;




Let’s not act like the reason why Nigeria is a joke is because of one man sir. We didn’t get here in two terms. Blessings







The rapper also slammed some Northerners who according to him act like they don't know there's poverty in the Northern region of the country. Vector added;




Abi all the northern people no know since say poverty Dey North? The seat of power? The same thing wey Nigerians Dey talk wey Nigerians no go support in solidarity? Na only my mind I know oh! Na only me Dey see as my #Lafiaji people Dey pass anybody wey Dey outside. Goodnight.



Mr Eazi recovering from an illness that "looked and felt like coronavirus"












Mr Eazi has shared his suspicion of being down with coronavirus after feeling unwell few days ago in the UK.



In this week’s edition of This Is Africa on BBC World Service radio, London-based DJ Edu and Mr Eazi revealed that they felt unwell at the same time, few days after having a meal together.



The Nigerian singer revealed that he resorted to eating loads of ginger and vitamins, bingeing on documentaries and talking to his mum to get through his days in isolation in the UK.



He said;




I think when things [like coronavirus] happen you’re looking for something, some kind of light within the entire situation… Now I’m speaking to my mom three times a day, which I usually don’t. So that’s one thing that has happened in this season - I’ve stayed more in touch with family.



Mr Eazi further stated that the virus is real as he told his fans to wash their hands and stay away from older people.



He added;




Please stay at home, the virus is real. I see a lot of people say 'Oh the virus is not real’ - the virus is very real. Wash your hands, and stay away from the older people. Care for them but be careful, because you might not know you have the virus and you don’t want to get a lot of people sick.



DJ Edu however revealed that they are both recovering from the illness that looked and felt like coronavirus.



On why Mr Eazi is yet to undergo a medical test, a Twitter user revealed that some countries won't test suspected cases of coronavirus until they've shown 70% of the symptoms.



@shymman7147 tweeted;




That's the scenario in most countries bro. You won't get tested until you have over 70% of the symptoms. Most countries are scared they will run out of test kits if they started testing every case. They did that in New York and ran out of their first set of test kits in few days.

And almost all the people tested came back negative.







Mr Eazi was away from Instagram for 3 days before sharinng his recent post on the social media platform.

Coronavirus: US Govt set to evacuate citizens in Nigeria












The US government has revealed plans to evacuate its citizens in Nigeria despite airport closures due to the coronavirus outbreak.



The US Embassy and Consulate in Nigeria made this known on Friday evening through a notice titled ‘Health Alert: US Mission in Nigeria.’



In the notice, the American citizens in Nigeria were advised to be in Abuja and Lagos “as soon as possible” to join arranged flights back to the US. They also advised nationals who are not in Abuja and Lagos to work with local airlines to make travel arrangements while flights are still available.



It stated: “At present, there are no scheduled flights to the United States. However, we are actively exploring options and attempting to secure flights despite global airport closures and travel restrictions.



“We will email US citizens immediately once we have flight details, routes, and costs.



“US citizens who are considering returning to the United States are urged to travel to Abuja or Lagos as soon as possible.



“The Embassy and Consulate are unable to assist with lodging, food, or transportation costs, and some hotels have closed or are closing.



“To disseminate important information and alerts for US Citizens including possible evacuation flights, the State Department uses the Smart Traveler Enrollment Program as its primary messaging system. US Citizens in Nigeria who want to be informed about emergency flights and receive other alerts should enroll in STEP immediately.”



US currently has more confirmed cases of coronavirus than any other country, with more than 86,000 positive tests.
 

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