It is no longer News that Face masks have become now become an essential fashion item for every Nigerian especially Lagosians.
Kemi Filani News recalls that Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu announced in April that wearing of face masks in public was now compulsory in the state to halt the spread of the coronavirus.
He said failure by people in Lagos to use face masks in public places would attract sanctions.
And interestingly, many have now taken the use of the masks to another level with the matching mask trend started by actress Mercy Aigbe, Nkechi Blessing and the others.
Check on this collation from the Kemi Filani News, Churchy and Fly Instagram page below:
Shehu Sani, a former senator representing Kaduna Central, has stated that the Madagascar COVID-19 drug should be tested first before its usage is approved by Nigeria.
Shehu Sani stated this after news broke out that a batch of the drug meant to be airlifted to Nigeria is currently in Equitorial Guinea from where it will arrive in Abuja.
He wrote on Twitter: “Madagascan #COVID19 remedy should be clinically and scientifically tested.
“Once it’s found to be effective and with no serious side effects, it should be approved, purchased in bulk quantities and supplied to our clinics.
“If there are serious issues with the remedy, it should be discarded.”
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Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-rufai has said that VP Yemi Osinbajo is the chairman of short people association.
El-rufai made this known on Twitter in response to a video which was shared by comedian Gbadewonuola Olateju Oyelakin, better known as Teju Babyface.
The video shows El-rufai getting interviewed on the Teju Babyface show on 2010.
“Yes…..I remember this @Tejubabyfacetv interview in 2010…..how time flies….HE VP Osinbajo is the current chairman of the Nigerian Association of Short People…
“So we are represented at the highest echelons of governance! Thanks Teju,” El-Rufai wrote.
El-rufai could be heard in the clip saying he used to be secretary-general of the ‘Short People Association’.
Below is a video shared by a lady who cried out over what coronavirus lockdown is doing to the citizens of Rivers State.
The video shows a man carrying his sick wife inside a hospital they had to trek to because they couldn't find a vehicle due to the lockdown declared by Governor Nyesom Wike.
As shared by Mumy B Oyigbo: "Watch how this Corona virus lockdown might be leading to death in Rivers State. The girl you see in the video was almost dying her husband had to carry her on his back for long because there is no vehicle on the road. She almost fainted on the road I couldn't record that part because I'm the only one driving. Had to help them to my hospital.