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BUA Foundation Donates N1 Billion To Fight Against Coronavirus

Bua Foundation, founded by Abdulsamad Rabiu has just donated N1 billion to the fight against coronavirus. Thank you, Sir for this nice gesture.

We hope the money is put to good use and doesn’t end up being embezzled.

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Do your own part in the global fight against coronavirus by following the health instructions to the best of your ability.

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BUA Foundation Donates N1 Billion To Fight Against Coronavirus

Bua Foundation, founded by Abdulsamad Rabiu has just donated N1 billion to the fight against coronavirus. Thank you, Sir for this nice gesture.

We hope the money is put to good use and doesn’t end up being embezzled.

Read More

Do your own part in the global fight against coronavirus by following the health instructions to the best of your ability.

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Shocking Video: Nigerian Thanks God For Bringing Coronavirus To Nigeria, Asks God For More

While many Nigerians are praying that coronavirus goes away, the Nigerian in the video below is thanking God for bringing it to the country and asking him to bring even more. You need to watch it to believe it.

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Nairalander Disputes Claims Suleiman Achimugu Died Of Coronavirus

We just heard news from a major online newspaper that former Managing Director of Pipelines and Products Marketing Company, a subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation, Suleiman Achimugu, has died. Course of death is widely believed to be coronavirus.But a Nairalander named Yenefer has raised doubts that Mr Achimugu died of coronavirus.Taking to Nairaland, she wrote:

But how can they say he died of covid-19 when he was actually undergoing dialysis, has a complications from diabetes and high blood pressure? When he was tested positive his BP when up the roof. Fake news.

So, the question is; did he die of the virus, or from other ailments?

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Thank God Coronavirus Hasn’t Killed Anyone In Nigeria So Far

“As of the 21st of March 2020, 22 cases have been confirmed, two cases have been discharged and there has been no death from COVID-19 in Nigeria.” – Dr Osagie Ehanire, Minister of Health, Nigeria

May God continue to protect us.