Chinese Doctors confirmed African skin Resists coronavirus

Africans have skin layers that is immune to the deadly coronavirus infection, Chinese doctors have suggested.

The doctors made their opinion known after discharging Obrian Zidanda – the 21-year-old Cameroonian student interned since January 28, 2020, at hospital in Zhengzhou (China) following a coronavirus infection.

The doctor discharged the black skin Cameroonian student after confirming that he “is now in good health.” The Chinese embassy in Cameroon announced on its Twitter account that the student was discharge after being admitted for 17 days for the deadly infection.

According to reports on http://www.NewZim.

com, the doctors seeking for a cure to treat the deadly disease were amazed to see mike is still alive and fit after contracting the virus which has claimed 1,112 lives since it broke out couple of weeks ago.In the report the Chinese doctors confirmed that mike stayed alive because of his blood genetic composition which is main found in the genetic composition of Sub-Sahara Africans.

The Chinese doctors also suggest that mike stayed alive because he has black skin. The antibodies of a black are three times stronger, powerful and resistance compare to the white.

According to the post, Stella Nyasi , a proud African said black man is indestructible.

“Caucasians is always at wall with our black skin because they know that our melanin is our defense against all that they throw at us. This prove yet against that the black man is indestructible,” said Stella Nyasi, a proud African.


A coronavirus is a kind of common virus that causes an infection in your nose, sinuses, or upper throat. Most coronaviruses aren’t dangerous.

But In early 2020, after a December 2019 outbreak in China, the World Health Organization (WHO) identified a new type, 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV), which can be fatal. The organization named the disease it causes COVID-19.

The outbreak quickly moved from China around the world. It spreads the same way other coronaviruses : through person-to-person contact.

Symptoms can show up anywhere from 2 to 14 days after exposure. Early on, they’re a lot like the common cold. You might notice.

Chukwueze:The N98m Ferrari is not mine,I dont even know how to Drive

Chukwueze: The ‘N98m’ Ferrari doesn’t belong to me… I don’t know how to drive

Samuel Chimerenka Chukwueze, Super Eagles winger, has come out to deny ownership of a Ferrari car he was recently spotted posing with some months ago.

In September, the Umuahia-born football star had taken to his Instagram page to share photos of him sitting beside the car – which is said to be worth a whopping N98,000,000.

The pictures had gone viral on social media and was greeted with a mixed bag of accolades and backlashes, with many startled as to why the exciting young talent will spend that huge sum on a car.

In his reaction to the development, Chukwueze told TheCable that the car does not belong to him.

According to him, the vehicle was meant to convey him to training and wherever he wishes to go since he does not know how to drive.

“It was not Samuel that bought the car. That was all. It is not my car,” Chukwueze told TheCable.

“The car was suppose to be taking me to training or anywhere I want to go to because I don’t know how to drive.

“That day, I just posed and took couple of shots with the car.

“That was all. It is not my car.”

Chukwueze also said that his first La Liga goal for Villarreal earned him his call-up to the national team.

According to him, it was double blessing for him to have scored on his debut and as well get invited to the Eagles the same day.

The gifted footballer scored his first La Liga senior goal in Villarreal’s 2-2 away draw against Rayo Vallecano on November 12, 2018.

He would get his maiden call-up from Gernot Rohr, Super Eagles technical adviser, for Nigeria’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against South Africa on November 20, 2018.

“The day I scored my first La Liga goal was the day I came to Super Eagles,” the 20-year-old winger said.

“I got invited to the Eagles that day and it was a double blessing for me.

“The game against Barcelona was not my biggest but the day I scored my first La Liga goal.
“And it was an away goal and I was very happy.”

The former Diamond academy product was 19 years five months and 20 days old when he became the fourth youngest scorer in La Liga in the 2018/19 season.

Vinicius Junior of Real Madrid, Borja Garces of Athletics Madrid and Cucho of Huesca are the other three young players who scored on their La Liga debuts.

Samuel Chukwueze was part of the Nigerian squad that won bronze at the 2019 AFCON in Egypt.

He scored his first senior goal in Nigeria’s 2–1 win over South Africa in the quarter finals of the African showpiece in the summer.

China Approves group Visa for Nigerians

•Chinese President Xi Jinping
•Chinese President Xi Jinping


The Chinese Government has launched a group visa programme for Nigerians who wish to travel as a team for business or tourism.

The scheme, which will kick off on August 1, will enable Nigerians numbering at least five persons in a group, to apply for and obtain a group visa.

But the travellers can only apply for the visa through an international travel agency, Bravo International Tour Service of Beijing, which was granted the exclusive rights to process the group visa.

Bravo International Tour Service’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Mr. Daniel Yang, stated this in Lagos at the weekend while signing a deal with its Nigerian partner, 1860 Travels.

Yang said the deal with 1860 Travels would increase cultural communications between China and Nigeria through a new product or brand called ‘Tours2China’.

“We are now the only Chinese company that can process the group visa, not the business visa, the group visa. We can bring Nigerians to China through the group visa. In other words, people seeking a Chinese group visa have to apply through us.

“The group visa requires a minimum of five persons. Four persons cannot obtain a group visa, they must be at least five persons,” he added.

Yang explained that the partnership with 1860 Travels will produce three travel itineraries, packages to different Chinese cities to tour, trade, shop “at cheaper rates.”

Bravo International Tour Service Director, David Yang, urged travellers not to abuse of the opportunity by eloping in China, otherwise the Chinese government could shut down the programme.

1860 Travels Ltd Managing Director, Mr. Olusina Daodu, assured that measures are in place to make the product succeed and avoid its abuse.

Daodu said: “Before now, what we were used to in this market was business travel but the times are changing with the introduction of this product into the Nigerian market.

“Nigerians will now be able to travel with group tourist visa. If you want to go on leisure, it affords you the opportunity and if you also want to do a little bit of business, it also affords you the opportunity.

“That is why the itineraries put together are structured in a way that it allows you do your business and also have some leisure time while you are there.” (The Nation)

Christians and Muslims are not fighting in Nigeria

Yemi Osinbajo attacks Obasanjo over TraderMoni

Vice President Yemi Osimbajo has urged the youths to eschew divisive, ethnic and religious narratives about the country, and actively advocate for causes and issues that will deepen national unity, progress and development.

Osinbajo’s spokesman, Laolu Akande, in a statement, said the vice president made the call on Tuesday at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, when he received a delegation from ONE Campaign, Nigeria Chapter.

The delegation was led by its Country Director, Ms Serah Makka-Ugbabe.

The delegation comprised members of the ONE Campaign, champions, and policy advocates representing the country’s six geo-political zones who were selected to present the vice president a Youth Declaration.

Osinbajo said that young people should focus their energies on championing causes that unite the country rather than divide it, adding that ethnic and religious divisions and corruption were major issues that impeded the development of any nation.

“There is no Muslim, Christian fighting in this country; it is not true at all. That is not the issue.

“ A lot of you who are here are Muslims and Christians, and young people want the same things, the same jobs. If you allow such false narratives, it would destroy and divide the country.

“Some people don’t care what they say or do, so long as they can get into power. And it is a very dangerous thing. And we have to preach against it openly.”

The vice president Osinbajo said that when it came to stealing of resources, there were people of different religions and tribes involved.

“So, people don’t talk about ethnicity and religion when they are stealing resources, why? Why don’t they say that it is an attempt to islamise Nigeria?

“The same way you have Nigerians cooperating in business across everything, across ethnicity or religion. But when it is convenient for some, the person pushes an ethnic agenda.”

He said that the issues of ethnic and religious divisions and corruption must be addressed frontally by all Nigerians, including young Nigerians.

Referring to the composition of the Federal Executive Council of the administration in the first term, the Osinbajo said the cabinet had 20 Christians and 18 Muslims.

“The President is a Muslim. How does he want to Islamise the country?

“How, when we are all sitting down there?

“They make those stories up, just to push an agenda,” he said.

Osinbajo also stressed the impact of the Buhari administration’s Social Investment Programmes (SIPs) and the plan to take more Nigerians out of poverty and create jobs for young Nigerians through programmes like the N-Power job scheme.

The vice president said that the SIPs would be expanded to further improve the welfare of youths and Nigerians generally, while the Federal Government would also focus on improving areas such as healthcare, education and agriculture.

In her remarks, Makka-Ugbabe, said the group’s members and champions were honoured to present the Youth Declaration to the vice president.

She also commended the spirit of openness and dialogue with which Osinbajo received the delegation (NAN).

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