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A must read for Nigerians,laws and Budget implemented by president Buhari to help fight #Coronavirus and 14days national lockdown.

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Over the last few days I have received extensive briefings on the state of the nation as it relates to the Covid-19 pandemic, from the relevant Federal Government agencies as well as the Lagos State Government.

Accordingly, I approved the following:

(1)

The immediate release of a 5 billion Naira special intervention fund to the Nigeria Center for Disease Control (NCDC) to equip, expand and provide personnel to its facilities and laboratories across the country.

(2)

To protect our homeland from external exposure, I directed the immediate closure of our International Airports and Land Borders for four weeks in the first instance,

(3)

… to enable us put up the appropriate policies, processes and infrastructure to cope with suspected and confirmed cases at home, without risking a compounding of the situation with more imported cases.

(4)

The inconvenience caused by these flight and travel restrictions to our fellow citizens abroad who want to return home is regrettable, but it is necessary for the greater good, and I thank you all for your understanding and cooperation.

(5)

I have also directed that only cargo vessels that have been at sea for more than 14 days be allowed to dock in our ports, after the crew have been tested and confirmed disease-free by the Port Health Authorities.

(6)

This 14-day restriction however does not apply to vessels carrying oil and gas products as by their nature, there is minimal human contact.

(7)

We have also suspended the movement of commuter trains to limit the spread of the virus to other parts of the country.

(8)

I have directed the NCDC to draft all its recent retirees back into service to beef up our manpower as we respond to the pandemic.

(9)

Already the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) are conducting an evacuation mission to bring back some of our specialists in Central Africa, to enable them support the national response.

(10)

I commend the monetary policy authorities for their financial intervention to support our entrepreneurs and companies as we go through this difficult time.

(11)

We are also looking at fiscal measures to minimise the negative impact of this pandemic on the livelihood of millions of Nigerians.

(12)

As you are aware we have begun the process of reviewing the federal budget. We shall communicate our fiscal interventions once the budget review process is concluded.

(13)

In the meantime, I have directed the Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, to work with the Manufacturers Association of Nigeria (MAN), to ensure that all production of essential items such as food, medical and pharmaceutical products continues unhindered.

(14)

We are engaging our international friends and partners to share knowledge and to seek their support in our response to the pandemic. We are grateful for the show of support thus far – we have already started receiving goods and supplies intended to help us scale up our efforts.

(15)

Let me specially thank and commend all of the hard and heroic work being done by our medical personnel, the NCDC, Port Health Authorities, Security Agencies, State Governments, and all ad-hoc staff and volunteers.

(16)

I urge all Nigerians to be mindful of those among us who seek to spread panic and misinformation, and sow confusion at this time.

(17)

We must all pay attention only to the relevant government agencies working day and night to make accurate and useful information available to the public.

(18)

I will also ask all of us to strictly obey all public health guidelines and instructions issued by the Federal and State health authorities, regarding personal hygiene and social distancing.

(19)

These guidelines will be updated from time to time as new information and treatments are obtained.

In the meantime, I want to assure all Nigerians, that the Federal Government remains committed to protecting all Nigerians. We seek your full support and cooperation as we go through this very difficult time. Together we will triumph over this pandemic.

Statement by president Muhammadu Buhari

Amid corona virus pandemic

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A True Story:how I fell in love with my Neighbor after a one night sleepover.

Sam (not real name) was a University student who stayed off-campus. He has just returned from a weekend break to his lodge in school that evening when he heard a knock on his door. When he opened the door, it was Juliet (not real name) his neighbor who lives next door. He was a bit surprised because she doesn’t come to his room often not to talk of coming at night. Though Juliet is not a student, she is pretty, chubby and well endowed. Sam has always wished he can date her.

He welcomed her and they got talking. After some time, they started talking about relationships and she opened up to him how she has developed feelings for him. But Sam thought she was only pulling his leg. They ended the conversation late in the night and both went to their rooms.

At about 12 am, Juliet knocked again and begged Sam to allow her to sleep in his room because her roommate’s boyfriend visited them (it’s a single room). Sam agreed and offered her the bed while he sleeps on the floor but Juliet insisted they must sleep together on the same bed. Sam had no choice but to agree with her.

Sam couldn’t sleep very well that night because he was not comfortable with a lady sleeping by his side without being his girlfriend, by 5am in the morning he was awake and so was Juliet, they got talking and Sam asked her to allow him to hold her, she agreed without hesitation. As he held her from behind, he could feel himself becoming hard as and Juliet felt it too and couldn’t hold back. In a moment of silence, they kissed and exchanged hot glances. In a few minutes, the atmosphere was set for a hot experience but Sam couldn’t go through with it because he was scared of STD since there was no protection. So, she left Sam’s room but Sam was angry at himself for not having protection at home which have made him missed such an opportunity.

All through the day, the memory kept playing in Sam’s head and when it was evening, he went to her room and in a few minutes, they started k*ssing and touching. This time he gathered the courage to do it despite there was no protection. She moaned softly and looked deep in his eyes and they both enjoyed the moment. A few days later, Juliet broke up with her boyfriend to be with Sam.

That was how it began and it became a regular thing but it was done secretly.

Sam graduated but has always cherished the memories.

American man murdered Nigerian woman he met online because she refused to marry him

Antonio Wilson, a 38-year-old man from Georgia, America, has been arrested for the alleged murder of Fabiola Thomas, 39, because she refused to marry him.

Thomas’ roommate discovered her body in the bathtub at the Atlanta Newtown Apartments and alerted police. She was taken to a hospital, where she was pronounced dead.

According to local police, Thomas and Wilson met on the dating app, Plenty of Fish. Police spokesman Sean Thompson said the killing was in connection to Thomas rejecting the idea of them getting married.

A warrant indicates Wilson planned to give Thomas an engagement ring, but Thomas said she didn’t want him coming to her house.

Police could not release any details of how Thomas was murdered, but stated that her body had signs of trauma.

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A woman who pushed an old man off a bus after he told her to “be nicer” has been charged with his murder.

ABC News reports the Clark County Coroner’s Office in Las Vegas ruled Serge Fournier’s death a homicide after an autopsy showed he died from complications related to blunt-force torso injuries.

Cadesha Bishop is being held at the Clark County Detention Center on $100,000 bail, with a preliminary hearing scheduled for May 21, according to CNN.

Detective arrested two police officer who tried to steal confiscated heroin and cocaine.

Detectives have arrested two police officers after they were captured by CCTV camera stealing 25 Kilograms of heroin.

In a series of tweets by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, the officers Corporal Alloys Onyango and Constable Arbanus Mutunga were arrested by Detectives from the Serious Crimes Unit.

“Two Police officers captured on CCTV footage stealing narcotics worth millions of shillings have been arrested by Serious Crime Detectives. The two; Cpl. Alloys Onyango & Constable Arbanus Mutunga stole over 25 kilograms of Heroin which had been confiscated from drug traffickers,” tweeted DCI.

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Two Police officers captured on CCTV footage stealing narcotics worth millions of shillings have been arrested by Serious Crime Detectives. The two; Cpl. Alloys Onyango & Constable Arbanus Mutunga stole over 25 kilograms of Heroin which had been confiscated from drug traffickers.

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DCI further said that the officers used one Peter Odongo who is a drug trafficker to trap other drug traffickers. and after they ambushed the traffickers, the officers took the drugs and left the traffickers.

The DCI also warned that no one will be spared in war against crime.

“The Police officers used Peter Okoth Odongo, a drug trafficker, to lure two other drug traffickers & owners of the narcotics; Alfric Odhiambo Otieno & Kenneth Sinzore to an ambush and thereafter took the drugs & dumped the suspects. No one will be spared in the war against crime,” said the DCI.

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