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Donald Trump Jr. tests positive for coronavirus



Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son of President Donald Trump, has tested positive for the coronavirus, his spokesperson confirmed on Friday night, November 20.

“Don tested positive at the start of the week and has been quarantining out at his cabin since the result. He’s been completely asymptomatic so far and is following all medically recommended COVID-19 guidelines,” Trump Jr.’s spokesperson said.

Trump Jr. has been isolating and has no symptoms, the spokesperson told the AP.

He is another person associated with the President who has tested positive for COVID-19.

Earlier on Friday, Rudy Giuliani’s son Andrew Giuliani, who is a White House aide, announced on Twitter he had tested positive.

Trump Jr.’s girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle, also tested positive for COVID-19 over the summer while the couple campaigned for the President, CNN reported.

Two Republican senators, Rick Scott of Florida and Chuck Grassley of Iowa, have announced in the last few days that they tested positive, the network reported.

Twenty-six House members and 10 senators have so far tested positive or have been presumed positive since the beginning of the pandemic, according to CNN.

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Judicial panel allegedly summons Lilian Afegbai’s mother over killing of student



The Edo State Judicial Panel of Inquiry has allegedly called on CSP, Mrs. Carol Afegbai (rtd), mother of popular actress, Lilian Afegbai, over the murder of a UNIBEN student in 2013.

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Following a video that circulated the social media space of CSP Afegbai admitting to the murder of one Ibrahim Momodu, the retired police officer has been called for questioning.

In a petition by the family lawyer, Mr. Jefferson Uwoghiren dated October 27, 2020, he stated that the deceased was allegedly killed by Corporal Amadin Idahosa on the order of Mrs. Afegbai who was the Divisional Police Officer (DPO) at Ogida Police Station.

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The petition, titled “Extra-Judicial Killing of Mr Ibrahim Momodu: Urgent Request to Invite, Investigate and Prosecute one Mrs Carol Afegbai, a Chief Superintendent of Police and others at large for complicity and conspiracy to Murder, Obstruction of Justice and Conducts Prejudicial to Public Peace” is now before the Chairman, Edo State Judicial Panel,#EndSARS, Government House, Benin.


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Lady Proposes Marriage To Her Boyfriend At His Workplace (Video)



Who says it is the duty of men to always propose marriage to women, it really doesn’t matter. As long as you feel your partner is the right one for you, it will better for you to make the move rather than expecting him to do so.

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A lady has demonstrated the highest level of love as she proposes marriage to her boyfriend at his workplace. Indeed, “What men can do, women can do it better”.

The man who looked surprised and shocked was seen with smiles as he also accepts the ring, agreeing to spend the rest of his life with the lady.

Watch the video below:


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‘Why Akeredolu sacked attorney-general’ – The Nation Nigeria News



From Osagie Otabor, Akure


Details have emerged why Ondo State Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice Kolawole Olawoye was yesterday sacked by Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu.

Olawoye was replaced with Sir Charles Titiloye, a human rights lawyer.

Chief Press Secretary to Governor Akeredolu Segun Ajiboye in a statement said Titiloye is a former secretary of the Nigerian Bar of Association (NBA), Akure branch.

He said his name would be forwarded to the House of Assembly for confirmation.

It was gathered that Olawoye fell out of favour with the Akeredolu administration over many factors, especially the handling of the issues that led to the protest by lawyers employed by the government.

The lawyers embarked on work to rule strike over lack of operational vehicles, poor welfare package and infrastructural deficit in the judicial sector.

A top government official said Governor Akeredolu was embarrassed that lawyers could embark on public protest without his being aware of the issue.

The official said there was no time Olawoye brought the issues that led to the protest to the knowledge of the governor.

He was also seen as the arrow head of the rumour about the issue of alleged fake certificate scandal of the Deputy Governor-elect, Lucky Aiyedatiwa.

It was learnt that the sacked attorney- general has been having a cold war with the governor since 2018.

According to the source, “I think the governor has even tolerated him for too long; no governor could have absorbed what the man was doing to Akeredolu simply because they are from the same town, Owo and are close friends.

“The whole thing started just about two years into the administration when Olawoye complained about favouritism for some persons from Owo against him, and these are young guys with energy who have been very influential.

“But what was his contribution. He had blackmailed the governor anywhere he found himself and the worst came about a week ago when he took certain unilateral decisions without the knowledge of the governor and that caused some embarrassments to the governor.

“The most important of all is his inability to build consensus among top lawyers. The ministry has been reduced to nothing and we lawyers have so much respect for the ministry and we think it is the right decision to take.

“The most painful thing that happened was last year when the man without the knowledge of the governor, connived with someone from the Ondo South Senatorial District to sabotage the appointment of the current Deputy Governor-elect, Lucky Aiyedatiwa, from becoming the managing director of NDDC. Even when that failed, Aiyedatiwa could not be considered for the position of state rep until the President stopped that process.”

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