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Health Video

Coronavirus: Video: Alleged Chinese Destroying 5G Poles?

The video below shows an alleged Chinese crowd purportedly destroying a 5G pole and rejoicing, linking it with the dreaded Covid-19.

The internet is now filled with talk linking Covid-19 to 5G.

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Economy Health

Tailoring to boom in Anambra after Obiano orders production of 3 million cloth-based facemasks

Tailoring will boom in the state if this is supported. And with the rumours of infected imported facemasks, this might be more secure.

Read More:

http://www.nigerianeye.com/2020/04/anambra-governor-orders-tailors-to.html?m=1

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Economy Health

Tailoring boom in Anambra after Obiano orders production of 3 million cloth-based facemasks

Tailoring will boom in the state if this is supported. And with the rumours of infected imported facemasks, this might be more secure.

Read More:

http://www.nigerianeye.com/2020/04/anambra-governor-orders-tailors-to.html?m=1

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Health

Coronavirus: 4 Steps To Maintaining The Health Of Your Car In A Lockdown

Your cars are members of your household and should be taken care of too. Even during a lockdown, they need communication and exercise and should not be totally isolated (unless they begin to show symptoms of coronavirus themselves – lol).

In the poster below are 4 things you must neglect doing to keep your car as fit and healthy as possible in preparation for when the dark clouds of Covid-19 clear for a brighter day.

I should add one more point: Try to clean of areas that people may have touched outside -like the handles- with hand sanitizers.

Stay healthy. God guide us.

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Language

Today Is Lucumi-Olukumi Day 2020

The Lucumi are Igbos who were aboriginal to Ile Ife in times past. Today, they can be found in Cuba, and in the Igbo parts of the Niger Delta.

They can most clearly be found in the Olukumi speaking parts of the Niger Delta. Places like Ugbodu, and Ubuluku among others.

These areas still speak a version of Lucumi in addition to the conventional Igbo language.

We salute the Lucumi of the world and wish their culture continious flourishing.

We call on Igbos to continue to promote Lucumi culture. It is am Igbo culture that must not be allowed to fade away.