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Health

US Coronavirus deaths could reach peak in 3 weeks, CDC linked expert says

According to an epidemiologist, by 3 weeks time coronavirus-related deaths in the US would have reached their highest point and start coming down.

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Media Politics

BBC Article Calls Mike Pence’s Style ‘Pyongyang-on-the-Potomac’

In the realm of power, Pyongyang signifies absolute reference to the Supreme Leader.

But the Potomac signifies practiced and institutionally encouraged irreverence to supreme leadership.

It signifies a place where leadership must strive to triumph in spite of opposition, not in its absence.

In this article, the writer takes a look at how he feels Trump and members of his administration have handled the coronavirus outbreak in the US.

The article makes some statements on President Trump’s approach to the virus as a metaphor for today’s Washington politics…

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-52012049

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Media Politics

Mike Pence, The Potomac And Pyongyang – BBC

In this article, the writer takes a look at how he feels Trump and his administration have handled the coronavirus outbreak in the US.

The article makes some statements on President Trump’s approach to the virus…

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-52012049

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Nigerian Content

CNN’s Fareed Zakaria lists Nigerian achievements in US

“They are some of the most educated immigrants in America. “According to the Migration Policy Institute, 59% of Nigerian immigrants age 25 or older in the US hold at least a Bachelors degree, which is nearly doubled the proportion of the Americans born in the US (33%),” Zakaria said.
“Nigerian immigrants tend to work high skilled jobs, 54% are in largely white-collar positions in business, management, science and the art compared to the 39% of people born in the US,” he added.

This, according to Mr Zakaria’s statement means that Nigerian immigrants have significant spending power.
The influencial journalist also cited a new report by the New American Economy which states that Nigerian immigrants in the US in 2018 made more than $14 billion and paid more than $4 billion in taxes.

Nigeria can rise again. Shout out to Mazi Chinedu Echeruo, Chimamanda Adichie, Dora Akunyili’s artist daughter and many other Nigerians for their positive contributions to US society.

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Society

On the US visa ban on Nigeria

The US banned Nigerians from emigrating to it partly because a lot of Nigerians go there, and in a bis not to return to our dear country become illegal immigrants.

To reverse the ugly trend, we should make the Nigerian economy and society so good that our people only go to the US as tourists or investors, and responsible immigrants.

That means ending insecurity, unemployment, corruption and other vices bedeveling us as a nation. I don’t know about you, but I’m tired of the insults.