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Breaking News: A Senator’s Wife Dies in a Ghastly Motor Accident



A Senator's Wife Dies

Senator Victor Ndoma-Egba’s Wife Dies in a ghastly motor accident on November 20th, 2020

The Former Nigerian Senate Leader’s Wife Dies in a Ghastly Motor Accident along Benin – Akure Expressway

it is said from a reliable Family Source who said Ndoma Egba Wife was going for a function in Akure before the accident occurred.

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Victor Ndoma-Egba, is a Nigeria politician (of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and currently Chairman of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC).

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He was a three-term Senator, representing Cross River Central Senatorial District of Cross River State in the Nigerian Senate from 2003 to 2015.


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Niger Communities Gunmen Attack Again



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Few Communities in Gurmana ward of Shiroro Local Government Area of Niger State have been attacked by gunmen again as the state is still battling with the kidnapping of some Kagara school students.

Sarkin Zama, Bakin Kogi (Lagbe), Siyiko, and other adjoining villages were Wednesday evening invaded by gunmen, who stormed the villages in their large numbers.


The operation which lasted for hours was said to have recorded some casualty, but that not verified yet.

Shiroro Youths Concerned, Sani Kokki, said some died while others who sustained various degrees of gunshot injuries were rushed to various health facilities for medical attention.

He also said scores of others were also abducted and taken to unknown destinations.

Kokki added. “Countless deadly attacks have become daily occurrences, thereby compelling the affected victims to live at the mercy of hydra-headed monsters. Defenceless, unarmed, and peaceful locals have been abandoned to their fate,”


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Mexican president Lopez tests positive for COVID-19



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Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador announced Sunday that he was infected with the coronavirus, but said his symptoms were mild.

“I regret to inform you that I am infected with Covid-19. The symptoms are mild but I am already undergoing medical treatment,” the 67-year-old said in a message on social media.

“As always, I am optimistic. We will come through this together,” he said.

The leftwing populist is rarely seen wearing a mask in public, including at his daily news conferences, and has kept up most of his activities during the pandemic.


Lopez Obrador has continued his travels to different parts of the country and on Friday visited the northern state of San Luis Potosi.

He was criticized for being slow to impose a lockdown at the start of the pandemic and for continuing to hold rallies and greet supporters with handshakes and hugs.

Lopez Obrador suffered a heart attack in 2013 and underwent angioplasty. He also suffers from hypertension — a risk factor for Covid-19.

He joins other world leaders, including former US president Donald Trump, Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro and British prime minister Boris Johnson, who have caught the virus.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted that he wished his Mexican counterpart a “full and speedy recovery.” “We wish him a speedy recovery. I know that his people need him and that Latin America accompanies him in this difficult time we are going through,” Argentine President Alberto Fernandes said on Twitter.

Former Mexican presidents Felipe Calderon (2006-2012) and Enrique Pena Nieto (2012-2018) also took to Twitter to wish Lopez Obrador a successful recovery.

Lopez Obrador said he would work from the presidential palace this week and delegated Interior Minister Olga Sanchez to represent him at his daily news conference.

He also said he would take part in a telephone call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday about the possibility of Mexico acquiring the Sputnik V coronavirus vaccine.

exico has officially registered more than 1.75 million coronavirus cases and nearly 150,000 deaths — the world’s fourth-highest toll after the United States, Brazil and India.

Mexico City has been in a state of maximum alert since mid-December, with more than 90 percent of hospital beds full due to soaring infections. Non-essential activities have been suspended in the capital.

Lopez Obrador came to power on December 1, 2018, promising to “transform” the country after sweeping aside the two political parties that had ruled for decades.

The former Mexico City mayor and self-styled anti-corruption crusader has faced calls to resign over his handling of the pandemic but still enjoys solid approval ratings.

The Latin American nation began a mass immunization program on December 24 using the coronavirus vaccine developed by US drugs giant Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech.

It has also authorized the shot developed by AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford.

The first vaccinations were given to frontline health workers, and Lopez Obrador said that he would wait until March, when people over the age of 65 are scheduled to be immunized, to get the shot himself.

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 INEC Urges Nigerians to Disregard Fake News Concerning CVR





The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has urged Nigerians to Disregard fake news circulating on social media that it would resume its Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) on Monday, 25th January, 2021.

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“INEC wishes to inform the general public that no date has been fixed for the resumption of the CVR.

“We implore Nigerians to ignore the fake news making the rounds that the commission will open the register of voters from Jan. 25,” the flyer stated.

Recall that Although the commission Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, while assuming office for his second tenure in December 2020, said the resumption of the CVR across the country would be in the first quarter of 2021, no date has been announced for the exercise.

The exercise, when commenced, is expected to continue until six months before the 2023 general elections.

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