Coronavirus: Bus Conductors Should Be Oriented Not To Take Off Masks

As Lagos prepares to ease its Lockdown, it is very important for bus conductors to be trained on the need not to remove their masks.

They have to collect money from passengers from the back of the bus to the front. They may face temptations to ignore social distancing rules when collecting money.

Also, when they advertise their destinations, they may be tempted to take off their facemasks and forget to put them back on.

We all have the responsibility to reduce the spread of covid-19.

One Word For Passengers

Try to sterilize your hands after collecting money, because you don’t know if that change was handled by someone infected with coronavirus.

Politics Tips

How You Alert Your Enemies, So They Frustrate Your Plans – Reno Omokri

Former Presidential spokesman to President Goodluck Jonathan has revealed how people alert their enemies to their progress in the internet age, so the enemies know when to strike at them. A Must Read.

International Politics Video

Video: How Planes Land In DRC To Carry Solid Minerals Away – Former AU Ambassador

Former AU Ambassador to the US, Arikana Chihombori-Quao has alleged that planes come into the Democratic Republic of Congo to steal mineral resources from the resource-rich cash poor African country. Watch.


Coronavirus: What About Protecting The Eyes?

Facemasks protect the mouth and nose from coronavirus. Where are the goggles to protect the eyes? Also, are ear plugs needed to protect the ears?

These are crucial questions we should ponder upon.

The only answer is social distancing.

Health Politics

Video: Cross River Commisioner Alleges People Being Promised Millions To Claim They Have Coronavirus

A video is online purportedly showing the Cross River State Commisioner for Health alleging that people in her state were sent text messages to claim that they have coronavirus and they will be paid millions.

Although the alleged text messages were not shown, the Commissioner is videoed asking people sending those text messages to stop, saying that not every state in Nigeria must have coronavirus cases. Watch (video loading…)