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225 new cases of Coronavirus recorded in Nigeria

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225 new cases of Coronavirus was recorded in Nigeria on Tuesday October 13, as confirmed by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

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A breakdown of the new cases is as follows; Lagos-165, FCT-17, Rivers-13, Ogun-12, Niger-8, Delta-4, Ondo-2, Anambra-1, Edo-1, Ekiti-1, Kaduna-1.

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There are now 60,655 confirmed cases in the country and 1,116 deaths have been recorded. 52,006 patients who recovered from the disease have also been discharged.

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More than 40 million people have now been infected with Covid-19 worldwide as experts predict the figure could go as high as 780million

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More than 40 million people have now been infected with Covid-19 worldwide with experts predicting that the figure could go as high as 780 million.

The milestone was passed early on Monday, October 19, according to Johns Hopkins University, which collates reports on COVID-19 globally.

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The private research university also confirmed more than 1.1 million deaths from the virus, although experts also believe that number is an undercount.

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The US has the highest number of reported cases of any country in the world with 8,154,594, followed by India with 7,550,273 cases.

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The report also said that India is currently experiencing infections at a higher rate, with a seven-day rolling average of 61,390.

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179 new cases of Coronavirus recorded in Nigeria

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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has announced that 179 new cases of Coronavirus were recorded in Nigeria on Wednesday October 14.

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The health agency gave a breakdown of the new cases as follows; Lagos-116, Anambra-20, FCT-9, Oyo-9, Rivers-9, Delta-3, Nasarawa-3, Edo-2, Kaduna-2, Ogun-2, Plateau-2, Ekiti-1, Osun-1.

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There are now 60,834 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria and 1,116 deaths have been recorded. 52,143 patients who recovered from the disease have also been discharged.

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NANS president impeached for allegedly diverting COVID-19 palliatives

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The President of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), Danielson Akpan has been impeached for financial impropriety.

 

Before his impeachment, Akpan who assumed office as NANS president in July 2018 had served beyond his tenure of 12 months, leading to complaints from other officials and stakeholders.

 

Akpan was impeached by the Senate Arm of the Association at an emergency Senate meeting which held on Tuesday October 13. He was impeached after being indicted for financial impropriety, diverting student’s COVID-19 palliatives and concealing information relevant to help the growth of the organisation and the development of the country.

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It was also alleged that he received huge sums of money from some government agencies, including the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) for student’s COVID-19 palliatives and diverted the money.

 

The statement read;

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“Mr Akpan abused his office by doing arbitrary and unlawful acts which are prejudicial to the rights of other members of the NANS all in violation of the Code of Conduct of an official of NANS as enshrined in Schedule 3 of the Constitution and Charter of Demand of NANS.

“The former NANS President was also indicted for having not been remorseful, despite being exposed that he had received the money as alleged but rather resorted to threatening the lives of members of the committee in an attempt to deter and intimidate them from carrying out their constitutionally mandated function and also threatened the life of the senate president Mr. Gambo Abu Mohammed.

“This committee recommended to senate that in exercise of the senate powers and functions encapsulated and vividly provided in Article 13 (a) of the constitution and charter of demand of NANS to remove the president, Mr. Danielson Bamidele Akpan from office and expel him from the Organization with immediate effect.”

 

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A former vice-president, Chidi llogede was immediately sworn in as the president of NANS while all the association’s property and funds in possession of Mr Akpan are to be fully recovered.

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