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COVID-19 Update For November 19 2020 In Nigeria

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146 New Covid-19 Cases, 116 Discharged And 2 Deaths On November 19

146 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;
Lagos-62
FCT-23
Kaduna-21
Ogun-12
Rivers -12
Ondo-5
Oyo-3
Plateau-3
Bauchi-2
Katsina-2
Kano-1

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On the 19th of November 2020, 146 new confirmed cases and 2 deaths were recorded in Nigeria
Till date, 65,839 cases have been confirmed, 61,573 cases have been discharged and 1,165 deaths have been recorded in 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory
The 146 new cases are reported from 11 states- Lagos (62), FCT (23), Kaduna (21), Ogun (12), Rivers (12), Ondo (5), Oyo (3), Plateau (3), Bauchi (2), Katsina (2), Kano (1)
A multi-sectoral national emergency operations centre (EOC), activated at Level 3, continues to coordinate the national response activities

https://covid19.ncdc.gov.ng/

Our discharges today include 85 community recoveries in Lagos State managed in line with guidelines.

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Nigeria ranked 3rd most terrorized country in the world

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Report by Global Terrorism Index (GTI) has ranked Nigeria, as the third most terrorized country in the world.


According to the report released on November 25, Afghanistan was ranked as the number one most terrorized country in the world, followed by Iraq, Syria, Somalia, and Yemen.


Nigeria recorded an increase in terrorist activity mainly targeted at civilians. The reports stated Boko Haram out 21 bombing causing 68 fatalities.

that error-related deaths and incidents attributed to Boko Haram in Nigeria increased by 25 and 30% respectively from the prior year.

“In 2019, Boko Haram carried out 11 suicide bombings causing 68 fatalities. Suicide bombings accounted for 6% of all terror-related incidents by Boko Haram in 2019, marking an 89% decline from their peak in 2017,” the report read.

Other countries among the 10 most impacted by terrorism are Pakistan (seventh), India (eighth), the Democratic Republic of the Congo (ninth), and the Philippines (10th).

Nigeria was stated to have witnessed her worst terrorist attack in 2019 in Borno State, where at least 70 people were killed and 10 others wounded when assailants attacked at a funeral.

“In 2019, Boko Haram carried out 11 suicide bombings causing 68 fatalities. Suicide bombings accounted for 6% of all terror-related incidents by Boko Haram in 2019, marking an 89% decline from their peak in 2017.

Boko Haram was responsible for Nigeria’s deadliest terrorist attack in 2019 when assailants attacked a funeral in Badu, Borno
State.

At least 70 people were killed and 10 others were wounded in the attack and ensuing clash. The two main factions of Boko Haram, the Islamic State West African Province (ISWAP) and the followers of Abubakar Shekau, are both engaged in an insurgency campaign against the Nigerian government.

Violence by the two main factions of Boko Haram have taken a large toll on the civilian population, particularly in northeast
Nigeria, where continued attacks have internally displaced more than two million people and caused a further 240,000 Nigerian refugees to flee to neighbouring countries.”

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Asa talks Growing Up as a Young Artistic Girl on this Episode of Ndani TV’s “The Juice”

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It’s Asa like you have never seen her before!


In episode 12 of Ndani TV’s “The Juice” season 4, Iconic singer and songwriter Asa sits with host Bolanle Olukanni for this refreshingly warm interview, and she talks about everything, from growing up as a young artistic girl in Jos to starting out as a dancer and embracing her musical talents.

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‘Why i left my banking job’ – Singer, Mayorkun opens up

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Talented Nigerian singer Adewale Mayowa Emmanuel, known professionally as Mayorkun has opened up on the reason why he left his banking career to face music.


According to Mayorkun who is also the son of veteran actress, Toyin Adewale, he left his job as a banker because he did not like the profession. The 26 year old added that he found happiness when he started doing music.


The ‘eleko’ crooner however advised those looking up to him to do what they really want to do as long as it makes them happy.

In his words;

“My name is Mayorkun the Mayor of Lagos and I’m here to tell you to do you. In case you don’t know my story, I used to be a banker but I never liked the job so I went on to doing me. I did music and ever since then I’ve been happy”

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Adeyinka is an entertainment and fashion content writer with years of experience in the industry. She is a graduate of English language from Lagos State University (LASU, Ojo). She obtained a postgraduate diploma in broadcast journalism at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Ogba, Lagos. She likes to read, write, surf the internet, listen to music and hang out with friends.

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