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Aftermaths of Covid-19

Envisioning the aftermaths of Covid-19 is key in ensuring the changes are for the better.

Covid-19 pandemic has made over one-quarter of the world’s population confined to their homes at the moment and these measures are disrupting economies, resulting in job losses.

There is global recession especially because most nations and economies have slid into recession because of the huge negative impacts of the pandemic. Borders have been shut down, schools cancelled, and businesses have been put on a halt which makes a lot of things unpredictable.

I envisage that there would be:


There are bound to be calls for action because our healthcare system has never been hit with a health emergency of this magnitude in over a century. The aftermaths of Covid-19 will make people see a reason to demand for proper universal healthcare.


The pandemic is displaying how dependent we all are on the supply chain globally. The economic cost is enormous when global trade slows down. When the pandemic is over, global trade will resume and become stronger and any other disruption would be temporary.

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Technology is helping us survive through the Covid-19 pandemic. We now have access to the world from the comfort of our homes.

However, one of the aftermaths of covid-19 would be that technology will be universal as it is already if not more. Tech firms will become more powerful.


People will now be more aware of how important hygiene is. We are going to remember to cover our mouths when we cough, sanitize our hands after touching anything because we know what can happen if we don’t.

In conclusion,this experience will help us change a lot of things for the better.

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Okonjo-Iweala Reacts After Emerging Forbes Africa Person of 2020




Nigeria’s former Finance Minister, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has been named Forbes Africa Person of the year 2020.

Reacting to the development, Okonjo-Iweala, who is hoping to become the first African and first woman to lead the world trade organization in its 25-year history, said she is excited by the prestigious award.

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Nigerians who have bagged the award in the past include President of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina; ex-governor of the central bank of Nigeria, Muhammad Sanusi II; president of the dangote group, aliko dangote; amongst others.

Okonjo-Iweala, who has been the chair of board of global alliance for vaccines and immunization since January 2016, dedicated the award to all Africans.

Okonjo-Iweala is a strong contender in the race to being the WTO chair and the selection committee is expected to meet this month in Switzerland to pick a choice between her and Myung-Hee of South Korea.

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Chimamanda Adichie Wins Women’s Prize for Fiction “Winner of Winners”.




Chimamanda Adichie’s novel half of a yellow sun has been voted the best book to have won the women’s prize for fiction in its 25-year history.

The Nigerian-born author, who won the prize in 2007, was chosen in a public vote from a list of all 25 winners.

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Other past winners include Zadie Smith, the late Andrea Levy, Lionel Shriver, Rose Tremain and Maggie O’farrell.

The one-off award marks the anniversary of the prize, formerly known as the orange prize and the bailey’s prize.

Half of a yellow sun is set in Nigeria during the Biafran war, exploring the end of colonialism, ethnic allegiances, class, race and female empowerment. Published in 2006, it has received global acclaim.

It was made into a film starring Chiwetel Ejiofor and Thandie newton in 2013.

More than 8,500 people voted, and were invited to share their thoughts with the prize’s digital book club, accessing newly created online reading guides and author interviews.

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Nine Nigerians to Contest in Tuesday November 3rd US Elections




At least nine Nigerian-Americans are on the ballot in Tuesday’s November 3rd general elections in the united states.

Running mostly on the platform of the US democratic party, the candidates are bidding for different offices at the federal, state and local levels.

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The presidential election and governorship polls will hold in 11 states and two territories in addition to other state and local elections.

Congressional elections are also holding on Tuesday with all the 435 seats in the us house of representatives, and 35 of the 100 seats in the senate vacant.

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#COVID19NIGERIA Situation Report

The #COVID19Nigeria situation report for 21st July, 2020 has been published. Our daily reports provide a summary of the epidemiological situation & response activities in Nigeria

The #COVID19Nigeria situation report for 21st July, 2020 has been published. Our daily reports provide a summary of the epidemiological situation & response activities in Nigeria

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The African Union and Africa CDC will virtually rollout the Partnership to Accelerate COVID-19 Testing (PACT) in Africa tomorrow 4 June, 2020 at 11.00 am Eastern Africa Time.

The African Union and Africa CDC will virtually rollout the Partnership to Accelerate COVID-19 Testing (PACT) in Africa tomorrow 4 June, 2020 at 11.00 am Eastern Africa Time.


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"Also found worthy of honour was Bashir Abubakar, an Asst Comptroller-General of Customs, who rejected a bribe of $412,000 per container offered him by drug traffickers seeking to bring 40 containers of Tramadol into Nigeria. A fine example of incorruptibility, worthy of emulation"

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