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Sodiq Lawal

Sodiq Lawal is a young journalist who has passion for writing. He's a Graduate of Mass Communication from Osun State Polytechnic, Iree. He is currently an undergraduate of Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife studying English/Religious Studies.

Man Kills Brother Over Money Raised For Mother’s Funeral

One Patrick Obiesheike has allegedly murdered his brother, Remigus, in the Umulowoshie Umuoahochie Autonomous Community, Obowo Local Government Area of Imo State, following disagreements...

Nigeria Records 229 New Cases Of Coronavirus

229 new cases of #COVID19; Lagos-90 Katsina-27 Imo-26 Kano-23 FCT-14 Plateau-12 Ogun-9 Delta-7 Borno-5 Rivers-5 Oyo-4 Gombe-3 Osun-2 Anambra-1 Bayelsa-1 8068 cases of #COVID19 in Nigeria Discharged: 2311 Deaths: 233 https://t.co/7gTwYOOegz

JUST IN: WHO Suspends Use Of Chloroquine For Treatment Of COVID-19, Gives Reason

  The World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday, said it had “temporarily” suspended clinical trials of hydroxychloroquine, as potential treatment for COVID-19. WHO Director-General, Tedros Adhanom...

Two Friends In Osun Police Custody For Allegedly Attacking Concubine’s Hubby

    Two friends: Kamoru Ajibola and Ismaila Mohammed have been cooling their feet in the custody of the Osun State Police for allegedly attacking the...

Coronavirus: Just Like Lagos, Osun Govt To Start House- To- House Active Case Search

  The State Government of Osun has mapped out plants to start house-to-house to detect possible coronavirus in the state. This was revealed by the State...

Kindergarten Pupil Tests Positive For Coronavirus Ahead Of Expanded School Reopening

    A kindergarten pupil in Seoul, South Korea, has been infected with the novel coronavirus, the city’s education office said on Monday. The development has led...

Centre Donates Money To Teenage Mother Held In Osun Hospital

    The Women Advocate Research and Documentation Centre, Lagos, on Sunday, donated the sum of N70,000 to Blessing Abosede, a teenager held in the Wesley...

Boko Haram: Buratai Reveals Number Of Insurgents Killed In Six Weeks

    Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, has said over 1,000 Boko Haram insurgents have been killed in the last six weeks. He disclosed this...
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