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Senator Dino Melaye allegedly set to wed Actress Iyabo Ojo

Reports going viral on social media have alleged that Nigerian senator,  Dino Melaye  and Nollywood actress,  Iyabo Ojo  are set to walk down the aisle. The report which first stemmed from popular gossip blog, ‘Gist Lovers’, claimed that  Melaye  and  Ojo  reportedly got engaged last year,and they have now decided to take the relationship to another level. Read the full report from Gistlovers below; “Hello Tueh Tueh,so mama added olori to her name and y’all kept wondering why she did that?some blogs even speculated she got married to a king🤣🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️. “Well our very good dramatic senator yaf engage my TIKTOK mama, this one nor be Bisi Omologbalogba o, this one Na confirm made, Iyabo is Kuku a single mother and uncle Dino is divorced so two can play the game, Love in the air, this love no go die o, Actress Lola Alao already took her place as the mother in-law already, but madam should be careful because when Senator Dino was dating Actress Bisi Omo logba logba then, this was the same


Governor sanwo Olu has given the following directives to guide the gradual easing of lock down in Lagos State starting from May 4, 2020; “All public servants in the entire Lagos State Public Service are to remain at home tomorrow, May 4, 2020. “From Tuesday, May 5, 2020, only critical staff on Grade Levels 15 and above, including council workers, who have also been specifically adjudged as critical staff by their Accounting Officers will be expected to go to work while frontline workers across all levels are, however, expected to continue working.” Directives for markets Sanwo-Olu directed that “All open markets and stores will be allowed to operate on alternate days between the hours of 9 am and 3 pm. Markets and Stores selling food items will open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, while Markets and Stores selling all other Items, excluding food, will open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. “Private Sector Companies and Businesses will be permitted to operate within a limited fra

Madagascar ships anti-virus potion to Guinea-Bissau

Madagascar on Saturday delivered to Guinea-Bissau a shipment of a herbal tea that Pr esident Andry Rajoelina has touted as a powerful remedy against the novel coronavirus and hopes to distribute across West Africa and beyond. Baptised Covid-Organics, the drink is derived from artemisia -- a plant with proven efficacy in malaria treatment -- and other indigenous herbs. Guinea-Bissau's self-proclaimed President Umaro Sissoco Embalo was at the airport to oversee reception of the cargo donated by Madagascar, AFP correspondents said. After Equatorial Guinea on Thursday, Guinea-Bissau is the second country to take delivery of the potion that Madagascar claims cures COVID-19 patients within 10 days. The World Health Organization has said that the herbal tea's effects had not been tested, and there are no published scientific studies of the potion. Embalo's chief of staff Califa Soares Cassama told reporters that part of Saturday's shipment was to be passed along to the other 1

POST-COVID-19 LOCKDOWN: Do’s and don’ts in Lagos, Ogun, Abuja (May 4-17)

Find below the description of the types of activities allowed under Phase 1 of the post-lockdown era in Lagos, Ogun and Abuja (4th -17th May, 2020) as released by Boss Mustapha, Secretary to the Government of the Federation, who chairs the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on coronavirus: SECTION I: GENERAL INFORMATION ON NEW COVID-19 MEASURES Following improvements in the multisectoral response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19)npandemic, the Federal Government of Nigeria has decided that there will be a phased and gradual easing of the lockdown in Lagos and Ogun States as well as the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) effective from Monday, 4th May, 2020. The easing of the lockdown will be characterised by the following enforceable actions: The mandatory use of non-medical face mask/covering for all persons while in public spaces. Latex hand gloves should not be worn except for specific medical purposes; The mandatory provision of hand washing facilities/sanitizers in all public places; All inte