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Nicki Minaj Praises Megan Thee Stallion Despite Meg’s Upcoming Collab With Her Nemesis Cardi B

The ‘Anaconda’ raptress applauds the ‘Savage’ hitmaker for her education ambition, saying, ‘Megan is the perfect example that we can have fun and be smart at the same time.’ – Nicki Minaj apparently doesn’t feel the sense of betrayal at all despite Megan Thee Stallion‘s upcoming collaboration with her nemesis Cardi B. The pregnant star, who has been previously featured in Meg’s 2019 hit “Hot Girl Summer”, has nothing but good words for the younger raptress while talking about the latter for Variety’s latest Young Hollywood Issue. Nicki praises Megan…

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UNICAL graduate receives N100k after facilitating the kidnap and murder of former Commissioner in Edo

An English Education graduate, University of Calabar (UNICAL), Cross River State, Andrew Ogbeche has been arrested for allegedly facilitating the murder of his boss, Egbe Ediagbonya, who was a former Commissioner for Sports in Edo State. Recall that his decomposing body was found in the bush. Ediagbonya was kidnapped on May 16, 2020. After his abduction, the kidnappers called, demanding N15 million ransom but later hurriedly collected N1 million. An hour later after the ransom payment, the kidnappers sent a text message to the family, telling them where to pick…

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“Don’t Send Your Children To School Now If You’re Not Sure Of Their Safety” – FG Urges Parents

The Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba has urged parents to resist the temptation to send their wards to school. Parents will not be compelled to send their children to schools if they are not comfortable with it, the Federal Government has said, According to the Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba said although the Federal Government has reopened schools for students in final year classes, parents who cannot afford to do so now should keep their wards at home. The Minister said the Federal Government has put…

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BREAKING: FG To Reopen Universities, Gives Six Conditions

Minister of State for Education, Hon. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba The Federal Government has listed six conditions to be met by each school and university before they can be allowed to reopen amid coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by TheNation. It said the six conditions are to protect pupils and students against Coronavirus. It also asked all heads of schools to start putting measures in place to meet the terms. The FG is demanding decontamination of all schools and new class sizes which will accommodate social and physical distancing. The Minister…

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Health Experts Raise Alarm Over Plans By FG To Reopen Schools Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba Health experts have kicked against federal government’s plan to reopen schools, according to a report by ThisDay. Experts say the decision was ill-timed and capable of slowing down the fight against COVID-19 in Nigeria. Speaking to THISDAY Thursday, the President, Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN), Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa, said the COVID-19 infection rate was still climbing, and that it would be difficult for children to strictly adhere to physical distancing and other protocols put in place for the prevention of the virus. He…

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School Reopening: FG Seeks Cooperation Of Private Owners

Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba The Federal Government has called for cooperation from owners of private institutions of learning ahead of school reopening. The Minister of State for Education, Emeka Nwajiuba, on Wednesday, made this known during a briefing by the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 in Abuja. The minister said the government was working on modalities to achieve social distancing and good hygiene practices before schools could be allowed to reopen. He also described as false, reports that schools would reopen in the country on June 8,…

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FG dismisses claim of schools resuming on June 8

Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, has dismissed reports that schools nationwide will be reopened for academic activities on Monday, June 8. Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba who spoke at the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 today May 27, said a statement that was alleged to have emanated from the task force directing the opening of schools, is not true. He said the Federal government is being careful not to allow children return to schools and expose them to the virus. He added that the Ministry will follow the guidelines and advice…

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