Trump's move to cut WHO funding draws global condemnation, 80% of persons with Covid 19 have mild form of it- NCDC
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Australia: Virus-stricken cruise ship faces police probe
The disembarking of 2,700 passengers, some infected with the coronavirus, in Sydney a month ago is now being probed by police in Australia. Eleven of the country's 35 fatalities had been on board the Ruby Princess.
Okada&Keke Ban: Lagos Commissioner asks commuters to embrace walking
With a lot of Lagosians now walking to get to their various destinations following the ban on the operation of okadas and kekes in some parts of Lagos, Commissioner for Information Gbenga Omotoso would probably be glad about his recent admonition for residents to exercise more to stay healthy.
Daredevil train ride in Lagos
Train mishaps and havocs arising from rooftop train ride abound. However, there has been a very limited effort to put a stop to this from the government side and to know why daredevil passengers embark on this utter suicide mission.
Passengers stranded in Edo as government begins vehicle verification exercise
Passengers stranded in Edo as government begins vehicle verification exercise.
Abuja airport closure - Traders, passengers lament hardship since renovation
Abuja airport closure - Traders, passengers lament hardship since the renovation.
Delta Air Line struggles to restart network after outage
Delta Air Lines struggled to restart its worldwide operations after a computer failure halted flights for hours and grounded thousands of passengers.
Ethiopian Airlines celebrates 70 years flying high
Ethiopia is bucking the business trend for airlines across Africa. Many struggle with big losses, ageing aircraft, delays and disgruntled passengers.