Story Written By: Ishola Oludare

A community leader, Mr. Wale Edun, has been reportedly killed by a tipper driver at Iyana-Iyesi area of Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government, Ogun State.

DAILY POST learnt that the incident, on Tuesday, led to a mob action as irate youths went after the driver, who took to his heels immediately he realised he had crushed Edun to death.
However, his two assistants were nabbed and one of them was reportedly burnt beyond recognition inside the lorry.

DAILY POST learnt that elders of the community immediately imposed curfew by unleashing Oro cult on the community.
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China has quarantined 94 passengers on a flight from Seoul to Nanjing after three were showing signs of fever, the state broadcaster CCTV said early on Wednesday.

Flight OZ349 from Seoul landed in the eastern Chinese city of Seoul on Tuesday afternoon.
None of the three Chinese tourists suffering from fever had any recent links to Wuhan or Hubei province, the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, CCTV said.

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Story Written By: by Rasheed Sobowale

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The H10 Adeje Palace hotel in Tenerife, Spain, was placed in quarantine on Tuesday, after an Italian doctor staying there tested positive for COVID-19.

Spanish news media reported that 1,000 tourists staying at the complex are not allowed to leave.
Tenerife is part of the Canary Islands archipelago, located 100 kilometres west of the African coast. It is a popular year-round vacation destination that attracts many northern European visitors.
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The Italian doctor who tested positive for COVID-19 has been quarantined in a local clinic while samples are analyzed … >>> Read Full Story



Story Written By: Ameh Comrade Godwin

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Benue State chapter, has raised the alarm over the renewed influx of Fulani herdsmen and their cattle into some rural communities of Benue State, along the border with neighbouring Nasarawa and Taraba states.

The party said the development portends grave danger and threat to the lives and properties of peasant farmers in those communities.
Bemgba Iortyom, the party’s State Publicity Secretary in a statement said the latest influx of the herdsmen and their livestock into Benue is coming closely after recent public utterances of support for them by Minister of Special Duties and Inter-Governmental Affairs, Senator George Akume.

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Funeral prayers for Kabiru Baleria

The remains of Kabiru Baleria, team manager of Kano Pillars Football Club, were laid to rest in Kano on Tuesday.
The funeral prayers were led by the Chief Imam of Murtala Mosque in Kano metropolis, Sheikh Kabiru Dan’taura, at Durumin Zungura quarters at the family house of the late Baleria.
Among those who attended the funeral prayers were a former Kano State Head of Service, Auwalu Na’iya, and a former Chairman of the then Nigeria Football Association (NFA), Ibrahim Galadima.
Others included the Chairman of Kano Pillars FC, Surajo Shuaibu, and several other football stakeholders.Kabiru Baleria: final farewell in Kano… >>> Read Full Story



Story Written By: by Emmanuel Okogba

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The World Bank has approved Nigeria’s digital identity ecosystem project along with five others, aimed at assisting the country to empower citizens, especially marginalised groups, to access welfare-enhancing services.
The National Digital Identity Ecosystem Project, approved recently in Washington DC, United States, is focused on enhancing the national Identity system’s legal and technical safeguards to protect personal data and privacy.

The World Bank approved the six projects to support Nigeria’s development priorities, focused on improving immunisation, providing an enabling business environment for private sector, expanding the digital economy to promote job creation and increase capacity of public … >>> Read Full Story



Story Written By: Ifreke Inyang

Referee David Coote has been dropped from this weekend’s Premier League games, after failing to send Giovani Lo Celso off, for a rash tackle on Cesar Azpilicueta.

Lo Celso appeared to stamp on Azpilicueta’s leg in the second half, but was not even booked.
Michael Oliver who was the centre referee for the match missed the incident and VAR waved it aside after a review.

Coote has now not been named to officiate a game, appear as an assistant nor take part in Video Assistant Referee (VAR) duties.
Oliver will, however, be in charge when champions-elect Liverpool travel to Watford in Saturday’s late kick-off.

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