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Controversy as Davido received money from “Obi Cubana, Oba Elegushi, Otedola, E-Money and others……

 

Those people raised Over N100m For Davido Within Hours as the artist post his account number and said ” I need over 100mil to clear my rolls Royce from the port.

 

It’s no longer news that music star, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, received over N100m in less than six hours.

 

The artist had jocularly said he needed N100 million to clear his Rolls Royce from the port.

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Davido had dropped a Wema Bank account, which raked in N26 million within 31 minutes.

 

 

four hour laters, the account had over N70 million in it.

The musician reached his target in less than six hours and many people keep crediting the bank account.

 

Here are some of the names of people who made it happen.

 

Femi Otedola
Adekunle Gold
Oba Elegushi,
Akin Alabi
Emeka Okonkwo
Mr Eazi,
Teni
Ikorodu boiz
Obi Cubana
Cubana Chief Priest
BBNaija’s Nengi
Perruzi
Zlatan

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NCDC Records New 477 COVID-19 Cases, Three Deaths In 24 Hours

 

 

Nigeria Records 477 More COVID-19 Cases, Three Deaths In 24 Hours

A health worker helps his colleague with his PPE during community testing as part of efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19. Report by “Sodiq Adelakun” of channels tv

Nigeria has recorded three more deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic with 477 new cases in the last 24 hours.

In its latest brief on Friday night, the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) said the cases were reported in Lagos, 16 other states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

The data, which indicates that Nigeria’s total infection from the pandemic currently stands at 203,991 while the fatality toll range to 2,671

It also noted that four states- Nasarawa, Ondo, Osun and Sokoto –didn’t record any fresh cases.

 

 

Nigeria has recorded three more deaths from the COVID-19 pandemic with 477 fresh cases in the last 24 hours.

The breakdown shows that Lagos state still occupied the nation’s epicentre of the pandemic with 113 more cases on the log on Friday, followed by Rivers state which has 79 new infections and the FCT coming third with 68 cases.

South-south region, Delta had (37), Akwa Ibom (9), Cross River (7), Edo (6), and Bayelsa (2) respectively.

Other states with new cases include Kaduna – 68, Abia – 36, Oyo – 16, Benue – 12, Plateau – 9, Ekiti – 6, Katsina – 4, Jigawa – 3, Ogun – 1 and Yobe – 1.

Keeping Safe With Vaccination

Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari has thanked Nigeria’s partners and friends all over the world for their assistance since the outbreak of the virus, saying vaccination was the key to the safe emergence from the pandemic.

Addressing world leaders at the 76th Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA76) in New York on Friday, Buhari said the nation fully supports the COVAX initiative from which it has benefitted and is grateful to the United States, Turkey, India, China, European Union, and others for the vaccines provided to his country.

However, I would like to reiterate my call for a fairer and more equitable distribution of vaccines to all countries so that, together, we can fight and contain the pandemic,” the President said.

“The rising wave of newer and more contagious strains makes this even more urgent; no country can afford the socio-economic implications of a prolonged shutdown. It is imperative to underscore that no one is safe until everyone is safe.”

Vaccination

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that the shipments of COVID-19 vaccines to Africa must rise by seven times from about 20 million per month to 150 million each month.

Speaking during a virtual press conference, WHO Regional Director for Africa, Matshidiso Moeti, said the rise is necessary if the continent is to fully vaccinate 70 per cent of its people by September 2022.

According to her, the United States pledged to share 500 million more COVID-19 vaccines to low-income countries between now and 2022, bringing its total pledges to more than 1.1 billion doses.

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