An official of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has tested positive to the deadly coronavirus in Bauchi State. A statement from the Ministry of Health signed by Ibrahim Sani for the Commissioner of Health, Dr Aliyu Maigoro Mohammed said that the new positive case is an official of the State office of the World Health Organisation (WHO).
World Health Organisation (WHO) on Monday insisted that there was no approved vaccine in Nigeria or any part of Africa for COVID-19 saying researches are still ongoing on the deadly viral disease. WHO Immunisation Team Lead, Dr Fiona Braka, spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on the efforts of the world body on the reported vaccines for the deadly virus. Braka said COVID-19, being a new disease, has no ready vaccines, adding that public safety was the key consideration of WHO campaign for now.
Marvel Studios has confirmed a touching Avengers: Endgame Easter egg a few weeks before the blockbuster’s one-year anniversary. The moment in questions arrives when the surviving characters ready themselves to journey back in time via the Quantum Realm. As they get into position, each hero holds their fist out in a circle and, when the camera looks down on them, it seems to reflect Iron Man’s old arc reactor belonging to Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr). It turns out that is precisely what the Russo brothers were going for – Marvel’s official Twitter account shared a photo of the images alongside one another.
Several key Boko Haram Terrorists/ISWAP leaders have been killed in multiple air strikes conducted by the Air Task Force of Operation Lafiya Dole at Durbada in Borno, the Defence Headquarters has said. The Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, Maj.-Gen. John Enenche, in a statement on Monday in Abuja, added that structures belonging to the terrorists were also destroyed. Enenche disclosed that the operation, which was executed on April 17, came on the heels of credible human intelligence reports.