VICTIM

Written by on April 23, 2020

Nigeria, yesterday, recorded its first Corona-virus induced
death.
He is an onetime Managing Director of Pipeline Products
Marketing Company, Suleiman Achimgu.
Until death, he had underlying medical conditions,
including multiple myeloma and diabetes, and was
undergoing chemotherapy.
The National Center for Disease Control confirmed that the
sixty-seven-year-old, returned from a medical trip to the
The United Kingdom.
As of yesterday, Nigeria had forty confirmed COVID-19
cases, with Lagos accounting for twenty-eight, Federal
Capital Territory, six, Ogun State, two, Edo and Ekiti, one
each.
According to the Minister of Health, Osagie Ehanire, of the
thirty-six cases, twenty six had travel history to Corona-
virus affected countries in the last two weeks, while six
are contacts of confirmed cases, while four have no recent
travel history or known contact.

He said the Federal Government is working closely with
affected States government to carry out contact tracing.

The Federation Accounts Allocation Committee has
shared a total of five hundred and eighty-one billion
Naira for February 2020 Federation Account Revenue
to the Federal, States and Local Governments in the
country.

Immediate past Head of Civil Service, Mrs
Winnifred Oyo-Ita has been granted bail in the
the sum of one hundred million Naira over five
hundred and seventy million Naira fraud suit
against her by the Economic and Financial
The commission, EFCC.

We The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Justice Tanko
Muhammed has directed two weeks suspension of

Courts sittings across the country, with effect
from today.

The Chairman, Senate Committee on Trade
and Investment, Senator Rose Oko is dead


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