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Sharing Of Govt. Palliatives Tears Mbaise Royal Fathers Apart

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The Chairman of Ezinihitte-Mbaise Council of Traditional Rulers, HRH Eze Okey Adiuku has accused the traditional ruler of Adakam – Amumara, HRH Eze Osita .C.Nwokocha the Umara 111 of Plots to take over the Leadership of Ezinihitte Mbaise Council of Ndieze.

A release by the Chairman of Ezinihitte Mbaise Royal Fathers made available to Newsmen, Eze Adiuku accused Eze Nwokocha of endlessly through False blackmail and Falsehood on the IMC Chairman of Ezinihitte Mbaise, Chief Francis Samuel Onyeberechi making numerous spurious claims neither founded nor existed.

The release went further to describe those fantasies as not only irresponsible but unbridled mudslinging on Chief Onyeberechi meant to force the govt of Senator Hope Uzodinma to dissolve the Traditional Rulers Council thereby create disaffection amongst the people of the Local govt.

On the recruitment of Community Policing from the Communities, Eze Adiuku emphasized that the IMC Chairman had no input on the beneficiaries. He wondered how a royal Father Like Eze Nwokocha would choose to live on Falsehood. The Chairman, who doubles as Enyimiri of Egberemiri Eziudo and Chairman of Ndieze declared that the Palliative from Gov Hope Uzodinma was Shared in Public glare as there were Video footages.

The issue of performance of the IMC Chairman exposes Eze Nwokocha the more as the Current IMC team has lifted the Status of our LG H/Qrs. With wonderful Rehabilitations and Renovations.

The release urged the governor Senator Hope Uzodinma and the general Public to disregard Eze Osita Nwokocha and his co-travelers who acted despicably.

[01/09, 5:33 PM] Declan Anaele: Imo Governor Dist. Senator Hope Uzodinma with H.E The Commander in Chief of the Armed forces of Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari having a heart to heart conversation for the betterment of Imo People in the Villa today.

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UK looks forwards to easing lockdown from March – Foreign Minister

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Britain’s government looks forward to easing some lockdown restrictions in March as it presses ahead with Europe’s quickest rollout of COVID-19 vaccines, Foreign Minister, Dominic Raab, said on Sunday.

The country, which also has Europe’s highest COVID-19 death toll, has been under national lockdown since Jan. 5, with schools closed for most pupils, non-essential businesses shut and people ordered to work from home where possible.

The nation, which additionally has Europe’s highest COVID-19 loss of life, has been under public lockdown since Jan. 5, with schools for most students, non-essential businesses shut and individuals requested to work remotely where possible.

“Our plan is to get out of this national lockdown as soon as we can,’’ Raab told Sky News television.

“By late-winter, ideally, by March, we’ll be in a situation to settle on those decisions.

“I think it’s right to state that we won’t do it across the board in one big bang.

“As we phase out the national lockdown, I think we’ll wind up staging through a (regional) layered methodology.’’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set a target of immunising the oldest age groups, the clinically vulnerable and frontline workers – approximately 14 million individuals – by the middle of February.

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He said that England can consider easing lockdown restrictions from that time if all goes as wished.

The Sunday Times said that British ministers had settled their disparities to back a three-point plan that could prompt some lockdown restrictions being lifted as soon as early March.

Regions will have restrictions eased once their death rate has decreased, the number of hospital admissions drops and some people aged between 50 and 70 are immunised, the newspaper said.

It cited priests as saying they were set up to oppose pressure from wellbeing counselors to defer the progressions until a great many people are immunized, a cycle that could take until the harvest time.

It cited ministers as saying they were ready to resist pressure from health advisers to delay the changes until most people are immunised, a process that could take until the autumn.

A spokesman in Johnson’s office declined to relate his take on the report.

The head of England’s public health service said the vaccination programme had made “an extremely solid beginning” however a quarter of people hospitalised were less than 55 years, younger than the priority target groups.

“It won’t be the situation that on Valentine’s Day or the fifteenth of February, with one bound we are free.

“In any case, similarly, I don’t think we will need to stand by until the autumn,” Simon Stevens disclosed to BBC TV, alluding to the easing of the lockdown restrictions.

“This is going to be a progressive improvement as we get more COVID-19 vaccination supply.’’ (Reuters/NAN)

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Breaking: Nigerian multi Billionaire Bolu Akin-Olugbade dies of COVID-19

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Bolu Akin-Olugbade, Nigeria’s billionaire has succumbed to Covid-19. The businessman, 61, passed away on Wednesday 13th January, 2021 at the Paelon COVID Centre, Ikeja, Lagos.

The Lead Express gathered that he was the first person in Africa to receive the $450,000 Rolls Royce Cullinan in 2019. In his own words in 2018 during an interview with ThisDay, he stated, “I have different concepts of how I spend money. I spend money on cars because I have always loved cars. I bought my first Rolls Royce in 1984 and now, I am on my ninth Rolls Royce. I believe in dressing well and I travel a lot.”

Until his death, Akin-Olugbade was the Owu Kingdom’s Aare Onakakanfo. He received a PhD in Business Law from Cambridge University. A Rolls Royce enthusiast, Akin-Olugbade was one of the world’s biggest collectors.

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20 Nigerian Generals test positive for Coronavirus

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About 20 Generals have reportedly tested positive for COVID-19, one week after the death of the General Officer Commanding, 6 Division, Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, Maj. Gen. John Irefin from complications arising from the disease. 

The infected Generals reportedly had contact with the deceased during the Chief of Army Staff’s annual conference 2020, in Abuja which was cancelled after the death of Irefin. 

The conference was attended by the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai, pictured above; the Minister of Defence, Bashir Magashi; and GOCs from nearly all the army divisions nationwide. They were all directed to go isolation thereafter, leading to the COAS not being able to attend the wedding of his son in Abuja on Friday, December 11. 

Punch reported that some of the infected GOCs and principal officers were being treated at the COVID-19 isolation centre, University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Gwagwalada, Abuja. Some patients were also being quarantined at other isolation centres in the Federal Capital Territory.

A source who confirmed the development which has reportedly triggered panic among top military brass who are yet to take the COVID-19 test told the publication;

“The report is true; I know about four generals who returned positive and are being treated for the disease.”

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