COVID-19: This £5 Drug Can Help Severely-ill Patients Recover Fast

By Taiwo Adebulu A team of medical researchers from Oxford University says dexamethasone, a widely available steroid, can help high-risk COVID-19 patients recover fast. Dexamethasone is known and widely-used for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and asthma. The experts, while announcing the results of the drug trial on Tuesday, said it reduced deaths by up to one third in severely ill COVID-19 patients. The drug …

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Nigerian Male Crossdresser, Bobrisky Dumps Wigs And Makeups For Dad’s Birthday

Male Barbie, Bobrisky showed up for his father’s birthday yesterday in  a grand style with a convoy of different  cars. Asides riding in a convoy to his father’s residence, the crossdresser turned up in a male outfit. He removed his nails, had no wig on and also wore a long black jalabia to the party which left Nigerians amazed because he is normally dressed in …

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Bbnaija: ‘I Don’t Shout Audio Sold Out,’ Thelma Shades The Hell Out Of Tacha

Former big brother Naija housemate, Thelma Ibemere has shaded her fellow ex-housemate, Tacha. Thelma exposed Tacha saying she lied about selling out her products. Thelma also bragged about having 2 million in her account. According to the Imo state born reality star, you are not qualified to troll her if your bank transfer limit for a day is less than 2Million Naira, as she is not your …

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Fraud:Wike Sacks Microfinance Agency Boss, Orders Immediate Arrest Of Officials

Governor Nyesom Wike has ordered the sack of the Managing Director of Rivers State Microfinance Agency, Dr Ipalibo Sogules over allegations of fraud against him. In a statement released by the state’s Commissioner for Information and Communications Paulinus Nsirim, it was gathered that the Rivers state governor also odered the dismissal of the Head of SMEs, Mr Nimi Harry; the Head of Finance and Accounts, …

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See Photos Of Young Man Rescued From Clutches Of Death After He Tried Jumping Into The Lagoon

Officers of the Rapid Response Unit of the Nigerian police have rescued a driver from committing suicide. The driver had wanted to jump into the Lagos Lagoon when he was spotted and saved.  Read police statement below:  Save for our vigilant officers stationed on Third Mainland Bridge, Lagos, this young man would have jumped into the Lagoon yesterday evening.Despite his repeated expression of frustration with life and …

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Shooting in Presidency: Buhari Set to Fire His Security Details, Top Aides for Roles in Dragging Presidency into Mud

Abuja (Precise Post) –  President Muhammadu Buhari is set to fire his Chief Security Officer, Kassim Idrissa, his ADC, Col. Mohammed Lawal Abubakar, his Chief Personal Secuirty Officer, Abdulkareem Dauda, whom Yusuf, a son to Buhari’s niece, claimed to be threats to his life, it was gathered. This is not unconnected with the crisis rocking Aso Villa, Nigeria’s seat of power in Abuja, where wife …

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Naira Marley: We Didn’t Know Our Passengers Were Bunch of Useless People – ExecuJet Airline Apologises to FG

Abuja (Precise Post) – Executive Jets Services Limited, the airline suspended by the Federal Government for flying Musician, Naira Marley, to Abuja to attend a concert, has tendered apology to the government saying that she didnt know that their passengers were bunch of useless people. The Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, had announced the suspension of the airline during a Presidential Task Force briefing in …

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Finally, Obaseki Resigns From APC, To Announce Next Move Soon

By Chris Udochukwu Benin City – (Precise Post) – Embattled Edo State governor, Godwin Obaseki on Tuesday resigned from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC). He also announced his resignation as a card carrying member APC. Obaseki while announcing his resignation from APC said that he will in days to come announce the new political platform where he will be seeking his re-election. He also …

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Covid-19: Oscars Delayed To April 2021 Due To Pandemic Chaos In Movie Industries

The 2021 Oscars ceremony was moved to April from February on Monday due to the havoc caused in the movie industry by the coronavirus pandemic. The ceremony for film’s highest honours will take place on April 25, 2021, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said in a statement. It had originally been scheduled for Feb. 28. The coronavirus epidemic shut down movie theatres …

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Dabiri-Erewa Charges US Govt on The killing of Nigerian-American Salau

Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, the Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NiDCOM), on Monday called on the government of the United States to ensure a thorough investigation in the alleged killing of a Nigerian, Toyin Salau. The NiDCOM chief described the alleged murder of the 19-year-old Nigerian-American Activist, Salau in the U.S as highly depressing and cruel. This is contained in a statement signed by Mr Abdur-Rahman …

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BREAKING: Army Court Martial Sacks Major-General For Stealing

Molly Kilete, Abuja The General Court Martial set up by the Nigerian army to try the former General Officer Commanding(GOC), Major-General Hakeem Otiki, has dismissed him from service. The GCM, headed by Lieutenant-General Lamidi Adeosun found the former GOC guilty on all the five counts charges filed against him. The former GOC was charged for Stealing N100 million and N160, respectively money belonging to the …

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Sanusi Lost His Throne For Refusing To be Part Of Reforms – Ganduje

By Dyepkazah Shibayan …….for the sake of administrative convenience the action was taken Abdullahi Ganduje, governor of Kano, says Muhammad Sanusi, former emir of Kano, lost his throne because he refused to be a part of the reforms of the state’s emirate system. Sanusi was disposed in March by Ganduje after months of frosty relationship. The governor had created four emirates in the bid to …

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Electricity: Senate Slams FG Over N4.4trn Injected In Power Sector

By Olugbenga Salami *As finance minister reels out recovery plan Disturbed by the continued darkness in many parts of the country, the Senate yesterday blasted the federal government over the N4.4 trillion injected into the power sector as intervention funds within the last 21 years without regular electricity. Specifically, the upper legislative chamber lamented the N1.7 trillion injected into the sector within the last five …

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