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Culture

Breaking: Igwe John Umenyiora Of Ogbunike Has Gone On A Long Journey

The Igwe is now with his ancestors. This is according to an Instagram post by his daughter’-in-law, Fifi Umenyiora. The Igwe died after 44 years on the throne.

IGWE!!! Rest in peace.

Source: https://www.instagram.com/p/B_7VwxkgvST/?hl=en

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Health News

President Buhari Bodyguard Lawal Mato Is Dead

One of President Muhammadu Buahri’s bodyguards, Lawal Mato is dead. The announcement of his death was made via a tweet by Personal Assistant on New Media to the President, Bashir Ahmad.

According to Mr Ahmad, Lawal Mato died after a 3 year struggle with diabetes. Ahmad wrote:

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Health

Covid-19: Omotola Looses Cousin To Kidney Complications

Nollywood star, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has just exposed one of the consequences of coronavirus in the global health sector: doctors are so busy fighting the global pandemic that patients with other serious medical conditions might sometimes meet delays…

She lost a cousin in London to such a situation. On Twitter, she wrote:

RIP to the Dead. We pray this pandemic evaporates soonest. We salute health workers making sacrifices that we might live.

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News

Coronavirus: New York Official Blames Trump For Mother’s Death

A top New York City official say Trump is the cause of his mother’s death from coronavirus.

It’s all in the tweet link below:

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Sports Transition

Ndidi Nwosu, Gold Medalist At Rio 2016 Paralymics Is Dead

“Ndidi sustained an injury from the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia. She was a heavyweight powerlifter.

“She had been off and on in the hospital and that was why she couldn’t take part in this last World Cup.

Ndidi Nwosu, a rare gem is gone! The Federal Government of Nigeria should have done more to take care of this lady after she got injured on national duty.

It appears as of Ndidi’s life went downhill after her surgery. In the link below, Queen Uboh, former President of the Nigeria Powerlifting Federation spoke of sending Ndidi money at some point for her to start petty trading. But Ndidi had to use the money for medicines to treat her injured spinal column instead.

This is a sad end. I hope the Federal Government starts being more caring to our athletes.

That is how they left Rashidi Yekini who scored Nigeria’s first ever soccer World Cup goal to rot to death. Why?