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Medical Supplies To Fight Coronavirus Donated By Chinese Billionaire, Jack Ma, Arrives Nigeria

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The shipment, which came in via an Ethiopian Airlines flight, carried 5.4 million face masks, 1.08 million detection tests, 40,000 sets of protective clothing and 60,000 sets of protective face shields.

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Coronavirus: Ex Nigeria VP; Atiku Confirms Son Has The Virus

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Coronavirus: Ex Nigeria VP; Atiku Confirms Son Has The Virus
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The erstwhile Nigeria Vice President and the presidential candidate of the leading opposition party in the country; Peoples Democratic Party in the last general election, Atiku Abubakar, has announced that his son tested positive for coronavirus.


He made his known via his verified Twitter handle on Sunday.


“My son has tested positive to coronavirus,” he tweeted.


According to the former Vice-President of Nigeria, his son has been moved to Gwagwalada Specialist Teaching Hospital in Abuja for treatment.


“The @NCDCGov (Nigeria Centre for Disease Control) has been duly informed, and he has been moved to Gwagwalada Specialist Teaching Hospital in Abuja for treatment and management. I will appreciate it if you have him in your prayers. Stay safe, coronavirus is real,” he added.

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Nigeria records three new cases of coronavirus

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Nigeria has further recorded 3 new cases of the coronavirus disease bringing the total number of cases to 25.


The NCDC announced the development on Sunday morning (local time), tweeting that the new cases were recorded in Lagos, Nigeria’s commercial capital, adding that the persons “Have a travel history to high-risk countries in the last 7 days.”



The NCDC had earlier on Saturday announced 10 new cases.


The country has recorded zero deaths and two persons including the first index case have been successfully treated and discharged.

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CORONAVIRUS: NIGERIA GOVT HALTS RECRUITMENT EXERCISE

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Due to the imminent economic downturn due to the uncontrollable nature of the wide spreading coronavirus that the country might witness in the subsequent weeks ahead and in order to minimize the impact of this effect on the people and government of Nigeria, the federal government has decided to halt the recruitment exercise in all the agencies.

The Federal Government has placed embargo on all recruitments into its civil service. The Minister of Finance, Budget and National Planning, Mrs. Zainab Ahmed, disclosed this while speaking with journalists after the Federal Executive Council (FEC) meeting on Wednesday. She said the federal government would continue to pay salaries and would not sack workers but place embargo on recruitment exercises and replacement. “On recruitment, there is already an instruction to stop recruitment. What the agencies have been doing is replacement but even that is being suspended. When things improve, we will go back to the issue of recruitment. But for now, our wage bill is already very high. “The president has directed that salaries and pensions must be paid unfailingly. So, we are not looking at downsizing in anyway. We are maintaining our workforce as it is. But we are just stopping the increase in the size of the nominal roll,” the minister said. Mrs. Ahmed also spoke on a number of measures approved by the FEC to cushion the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic on the nation’s economy. She said it included the introduction of PMS price modulation mechanism, the cutting down on the size of the federally funded upstream projects of the petroleum sector, and the reduction of the crude oil price from the $57 per barrel budgeted to $30. The measures also included the amendment of budget projections so that the Medium Term Expenditure Framework reflects the current realities, the cutting down of expenditures, the enhancement of production at the minimum 2.18 million barrels, the adjustment of customs revenue, the review of the modalities for the implementation of the social investment programme and the non-essential tax waivers to realize more revenue.

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