Akeredolu Appoints Greenwich Chairman, DeltaAfrik CEO; Falowo, Odumakinde as Heads of Coronavirus Response Fund Committee to Raise Funds, Manage Resources for Ondo

Nigerian Flying Labs Director, Babajide Akeredolu; Ex-AfDB Secretary-General, Cecilia Akintomide; UNIMED VC, Fatusi; JOF Boss, Fagboyegun Completes List Appoints Ernst and Young, SIAO Partners as Fund Advisors; Auditor Pro Bono As the covid-19 pandemic bites harder across the globe with dreaded economic effects, the Ondo State Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu on Saturday announced the appointment of a seven-man committee of eminent professionals of the state origin to, amongst others, raise and manage resources in cash, or in kind from individuals; group of individuals; private and public organizations; local and foreign donor…

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Tackling Covid-19 Quagmire in Nigeria: an Appeal to Decongest the Correctional Centers

By Maxwell Adeyemi Adeleye Though the outbreak started in the Republic of China in December 2019, however, the coronavirus controversy has been a hot subject in Nigeria since February 2020, if not earlier, and it will continue to remain a subject of huge concern, for all the nations of the world in the near future. While the three tiers of government- Central, States and Local Councils and certain individuals and institutions are making financial and material contributions, and efforts, to help combat the spread of the virus in the Nation…

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COVID-19: UNRAVELING THE INACCURACIES IN NCDC DATA

By Maxwell Adeyemi Adeleye Yesterday April 11th, at exactly 9:30pm, the National Center for Disease and Control (NCDC) announced a total of 318 cases of covid-19 in Nigeria through its website and verified social media accounts. Analyses: 70 Discharged, 10 Deaths and 238 Active Cases. However, a further look at the data released by the NCDC shows that the number of discharged patients are under-reported which, without much ado, renders the number released for active cases inaccurate. PLEASE FOLLOW ME: OSUN: 10 patients were discharged around 2pm on April 11th…

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Covid 19: YWC has been researching how to curb spread – Prof Akintoye

The Yoruba leader, Prof Banji Akintoye on Tuesday stated that the Yoruba World Congress has in the last few weeks been engaged in researches on how to mitigate the spread of coronavirus in Yorubaland, adding that the group had engaged Yoruba scientists and their findings are proving important in many ways. The Professor Banji Akintoye led Yoruba World Congress (YWC), comprising of Yoruba people in Nigeria, Benin and Togo Republics as well as in the Diaspora, has expressed deep concern over the intensifying spread of the coronavirus pandemic in Southwest…

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