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Igboho: Oro Worshippers Impose 7-day Curfew; Women, Visitors To Remain Indoors
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Igboho: Oro Worshippers Impose 7-day Curfew; Women, Visitors To Remain Indoors

AFTER the forceful exit of Fulani herders from Igangan in Ibarapa North local government area of Oyo state by youths in the town, a mandatory curfew has been imposed by Oro worshippers. Igangan Development Advocates (IDA), Mr Oladokun Oladiran, leader of the association, dismissed the claims that the festival was to ward off any reprisal attacks by the herders. He explained that the Oro festival which usually lasts seven days began about six days ago. During the festival, restriction of movement is enforced especially for women and non-indigenes of the town. He said, “Things are quiet in Igangan as Oro festival curfew is now ongoing. It’s been on for some days now. Today (Saturday) is ‘Ahamo’, meaning stay indoors. “All must be indoor. It has been on since the last seven da...
Jada Pinkett-Smith: Lockdown Made Me Realise I Didn’t know Will Smith ‘at all’
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Jada Pinkett-Smith: Lockdown Made Me Realise I Didn’t know Will Smith ‘at all’

The COVID-19 lockdown has kept some stuck indoors for two months now, and Jada Pinkett-Smith has revealed it has allowed her time to know more about her husband, Will Smith. On a recent episode of Red Table Talk, Set It Off star Jada Pinkett Smith shared what she discovered while being stuck in the house with her husband.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ “Let me tell you, that’s been something to be married to somebody 20-some-odd years and realize I don’t know you, and you don’t know me,” she said. Huff Post reports the actress also discussed the aspects of not knowing herself as well as she thought she did. To push through and overcome, both will individually take time to learn to love themselves and, in the process, build a friendship with one another.
COVID-19: Panic As Man In Self-Isolation Dies In Kano
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COVID-19: Panic As Man In Self-Isolation Dies In Kano

Fear has gripped residents of the ancient city of Kano, over the death of One Abdulrasheed Ibrahim, a resident of Gwammaja Quarters in the metropolis, who was suspected to have died in self-isolation. According to neighbours of the deceased, late Abdulrasheed was said to have returned to Kano from Abuja last Monday. The neighbours also revealed on the day he returned to Kano, he was seen washing his car before proceeding on an alleged self-isolation. TheNation gathered that residents in the neighbourhood became apprehensive after an offensive smell started oozing out of the deceased’s house. They observed he had remained indoors for three days. The development compelled the residents to alert his relatives, who broke into his home where he was found dead. Efforts for furt...
Tiwa Savage steps out after ten days of self-isolating
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Tiwa Savage steps out after ten days of self-isolating

Popular Nigerian artiste, Tiwa Savage stepped outside in style after self-isolating for ten days. The artiste and mother of one shared videos of herself while on the road. Also, she revealed she needed to restock and she has been indoors for two weeks. Savage was shocked to find out that the street was empty. The artiste is back at her home, observing her self-isolation period with her loved ones.
BREAKING: Manchester City on Lockdown over Bomb Scare
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BREAKING: Manchester City on Lockdown over Bomb Scare

Workers were evacuate from offices on Friday as a man was detained by police over bomb scare in Manchester city centre. Daily Mail reports that Greater Manchester Police said the 26-year-old man was held by officers and a cordon was put in place following the incident at Piccadilly Gardens. All Metrolink stops were suspended between Piccadilly and Victoria. Meanwhile, there was another evacuation seven miles away at Gallery Oldham at lunchtime, following reports of a suspicious package inside the building. A police spokesman said: ”A cordon is in place in Piccadilly Gardens after reports of a suspicious package were made. ”A man aged 26 has been detained by police and enquiries into the incident are ongoing. Thank you for your patience as we respond...

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