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AccessTheStars: Sound Sultan, Waje share winning tips with contestants

Guardian NG Gradually, things are taking shape in the ongoing music reality show, Access The Stars. On the last episode, the contestants in boot camp were thrilled to have a mentorship session with seasoned artistes Waje and SoundSultan. The post AccessTheStars: Sound Sultan, Waje share winning tips with contestants appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria […]

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Using spirit of sports to fight our greatest battle

Guardian NG There has always been something different, unique and special about the Nigerian. Most of us do not know it, or even appreciate it, but it is there in every one of us, in our DNA. The post Using spirit of sports to fight our greatest battle appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News […]

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Stuck at home? Don’t allow your skin, hair suffer neglect

Guardian NG A Lockdown is not an easy thing to go through and we can either accept or resist it but we can all agree that accepting it is the best way forward. Everyone is locked up at home now and thinking of ways to kill boredom and if you want to uplift your mood […]

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Remembering Prof. Oyinloye: Educationist par excellence (May 29, 1939-April 5, 2010)

Guardian NG Professor John Otunola Oyinloye was born on May 29, 1939 in Lagos, into the family of Michael Gbadeyan Oyinloye and Thenckla Morolake Oyinloye of Oro, Kwara State. He died on April 5, 2010. The post Remembering Prof. Oyinloye: Educationist par excellence (May 29, 1939-April 5, 2010) appeared first on The Guardian Nigeria News […]

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Coronavirus Is Dead — Oyedepo

The Breaking Times The Presiding Bishop of the Living Faith Church Worldwide also known as Winners’ Chapel International, David Oyedepo, has declared the coronavirus pandemic dead. Oyedepo state this in a tweet via his Twitter handle, @DabidOyedepoMin. He tweeted: “Coronavirus is dead, we shall not hear of it again, its noisome invasion is doused in the […]

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Kennedy Family Members Identified As Missing Boaters In Chesapeake Bay

The Breaking Times The missing canoers last seen in Chesapeake Bay Thursday evening have been identified as Robert F. Kennedy’s granddaughter, Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean, and her 8-year-old son, Gideon.  David McKean confirmed his wife and son disappeared on Thursday afternoon while in a canoe on the Chesapeake Bay. The Washington Post quoted McKean as saying […]

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#COVID19: “They want to Kill Millions Of Africans With That Vaccine” — Fani-Kayode Raises Alarm Over French Doctors Viral Comment

The Breaking Times A Former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has taken a swift hit on the two French doctors who suggested that the covid-19 vaccine be tested on Africans, pointed out that the continent should be considered because of its perceived toughness to disease outbreaks. In a tweet on his Twitter handle, @realFFK, […]

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#COVID19: Surgical Masks May Prevent Transmission Of The Virus— WHO

The Breaking Times The World Health Organization in collaboration with several research institutes have proven that surgical face mask may be effective in preventing symptomatic persons from contracting the COVID-19 virus. Based on a study conducted by the WHO along with researchers such as the Centre for Infectious Disease Epidemiology and Control, School of Public […]

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BREAKING: #COVID19—NCDC Confirms 20 New Cases And Two Deaths in Lagos, FCT, Edo, Osun and Ondo

The Breaking Times NCDC has reported 20 New cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria. 11 in Lagos, 3 in the FCT, 3 in Edo, 2 in Osun and 1 in Ondo. Two new deaths have been reported in Lagos and Ondo state. As at today April, 3rd there are 210 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Nigeria. […]

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Nigeria records two more deaths from coronavirus

Guardian NG Nigeria’s National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) on Friday night confirmed the death of two patients of coronavirus in the country. “Two new deaths have been recorded in Lagos and Edo State,” NCDC said. NCDC also confirmed 20 new cases of the disease, taking the total cases to 210. Details later. The post […]

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