Lockdown: Funke Akindele and others facing prosecution
The world is currently facing a coronavirus pandemic for which there is no cure and most countries have gone on lockdown, with some urging their citizens to practice social distancing as a way of curbing the virus' spread. But some individuals have been flouting the rules of the lockdown in their respective countries. GuardianTV presents how nations have handled these transgressions.
Funke Akindele, husband charged, sentenced, Gbajabiamila warns Chinese doctors must not near patients
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Tuesday.
Missing Osun COVID-19 patient found - Government, Nigeria will take 'informed decision' on 5G, says Pantami and more
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Sunday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Sunday.
Recognising opportunities in the Covid-19 crisis
On this week's Inside Stuff, Martin Oloja talks about recognising and working on the opportunities in the Covid-19 crisis.
Why COVID-19 is not a death sentence
As of April 2, more than 200,000 patients have recovered from coronavirus infection, Nigeria has also recorded her share cases of discharged patients. Yes, many have lost their lives to the deadly virus, there some that are living proof that the virus is not necessarily a death sentence. Stay healthy, stay home, stay safe and don’t relent in observing the proper hygiene during this period.
Lockdown: Lagosians speak from home
The 14-day lockdown of Lagos, Ogun, and Abuja as directed by President Mohammadu Buhari began on Monday 30th March, 2020, and while some find it easy to stay at home, others aren’t. Here is a video showing how some Lagosian feel about it. Your safety is paramount, help keep the health workers safe by staying at home.
Day 1 of Lagos and Abuja Lockdown
Day One of the lockdown order issued by President Muhammed Buhari for the residents of Lagos and Abuja went without too much drama as one would expect. While some complied and stayed home, others were probably not aware of the importance of the stay-at-home- order. GuardianTV, as usual, went around capturing activities, or lack off as the case may be, in both cities.
What our leaders sow, they reap | Inside Stuff
Martin Oloja on Inside Stuff this week talks about how Nigeria leaders over the years neglected Nigeria's health care system until now when most of them got infected with the COVID-19 virus that has killed thousands of people all over the world.
Lagos gradually slows down
These were scenes from various parts of Lagos today, Friday 27 March, as Nigeria’s commercial capital and the state most hit by the coronavirus pandemic in Africa’s most populous nation, gradually slows down.
Coronavirus: Why Abba Kyari's status is a big deal
A few hours ago, the news was awash that Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, Abba Kyari, has tested positive for Coronavirus. This made headlines over the country and GuardianTV brings you why Abba Kyari's coronavirus status is a big deal to Nigerians.