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12,500 new corpers have undergone Coronavirus test – PTF

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The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 has announced that 12,5000 out of the 66,000 prospective corps members for the 2020 Batch B mobilisation, have undergone test for the disease.

National Coordinator of the PTF, Sani Aliyu disclosed this during a briefing in Abuja. Aliyu who reminded international graduates who would be travelling into the country for the exercise of the need to undergo the seven days compulsory self-isolation before going into the NYSC orientation camp, also advised against non-essential international travels during the pandemic.

He said;

“We have commenced the process of testing corps members. In fact, we have already tested more than 12,5000 NYSC corps members so far using Rapid Diagnostic Test Kit test with confirmatory PCR.

“We know that we are going into the Christmas period. The PTF is already looking at steps to minimise the surge in passengers’ numbers we see during this period.”

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Cars in the presidential fleet and those owned by members of the Executive Council to run on gas – Sylva

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Minister of State for Petroleum Resources, Timipre Sylva has disclosed that cars in the presidential fleet and official cars of members of the Executive Council will be converted to run on gas instead of fuel.

Sylva who stated that the government wants to end the reliance of Nigerians on petrol, added that the conversion of the vehicles to use compressed natural gas (CNG) is a step in his ministry’s plans to roll out the National Gas Expansion Programme (NGEP) on November 30.

The Minister further averred that gas is way much cheaper and more reliable fuel to PMS. He told Premium Times;

“Of course, I have since converted my official vehicles to gas.

“Beyond that, we are working on getting the members of the Executive Council of the Federation to convert their official cars to gas as a cheaper and more reliable fuel to PMS. Even cars in the presidential fleet will be converted to run on gas.

“We will also discuss with members of the National Assembly to convert their official cars to run on gas. We will kick-start that initiative soon as we plan to roll out the National Gas Expansion Programme. Hopefully, with the example we will show, we will persuade Nigerians to see gas as the preferred and reliable fuel in Nigeria.”

Sylva also disclosed that companies like Dangote Group have already converted their trucks to run effectively on gas.

He added;

“From what I have been told, the use of gas as fuel for Dangote trucks has reduced the company’s operational cost by about 50 per cent, in terms of fueling cost.”

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Thanks for inspiring us with your leadership-Anas reacts to the death of Jerry John Rawlings

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Award-winning Ghanaian Investigative Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas has reacted to the sad passing of the first democratically elected President of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings.


Ghanaians woke up to the sad news yesterday 12th November 2020 (a day gone down in Ghana’s history as a Black Thursday) about the death of former Head of State and NDC’s founder JJ Rawlings.

The whole of Ghana was thrown into a state of mourning when the news broke. Many people have reacted to the news sending their sorrowful farewell messages and tributes to the family of the deceased.

In the wake of this bad tidings, President Akufo-Addo has declared a seven days mourning for the country and starting today, 13th November 2020, all flags must fly at half-mast for the next seven days.

The President in a press statement released to this effect also asked that all political campaigns be suspended for the next seven days.

The NDC’s presidential candidate John Mahama likewise has called off the party’s campaign in the Ashanti Region, others as a sign of showing respect to the fallen soldier.

The newest to react to this unfortunate news is Anas Aremeyaw Anas. In a post by the undercover journalist, he pointed out some powerful quotes of Ex-president Rawlings and said his last goodbye.

He also extended his condolences to the bereaved family; Check out his post below;

Anas reaction to Rawlings' death
Anas reaction to Rawlings’ death

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Entourage of top range cars arrive for Ginimbi’s funeral service (Video)

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Ginimbi Kadungure’s send off just got started in Zimbabwe’s capital, Harare, and scores of people took time to participate in the send off of the millionaire.



Zimbabwean media, The Herald shared videos of the live proceedings that were taking place at Kwame Nkrumah street which was brought to a standstill as Ginimbi’s friends, relatives and onlookers waited for his body to be released from the Doves Parlour.

The Herald reported that Genius who loved Rolls Royce when he was still alive will be sent off using the same model.

Reports also gathered that Vintage Rolls Royce will be transporting the late Ginimbi to his final resting place.

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