Police arrests 113 clubbers over alleged violation of Covid-19 protocols
Lagos State Police Command has arrested no fewer than 113 nightclub attendees for allegedly violating COVID-19 protocols in the State.
Bayelsa to sanction schools violating COVID-19 protocols
The Bayelsa Government on Friday warned it would no longer condone the violation of the COVID-19 protocols amidst the second wave of the virus.
Police arrest club owner for violating COVID-19 protocols
The Lagos State Police Command has arrested the owner of Club Victoria, located at Ajose Adeogun, Mr Owede Bruno, aged 42, for allegedly violating COVID-19 protocols in the state.
Jatau implores residents to be cautious, obey COVID-19 protocols
Gombe State Deputy Governor, Dr. Manassah Daniel Jatau has warned that 2021 might be more challenging, especially in the face of the second wave of COVID-19, which experts said could be more rampaging if people fail to adhere to the stipulated protocols.
Nigerians defy COVID-19 protocols at New Year celebrations
It was an unusual cross-over night in the country, as Nigerians bid 2020 goodbye with uncommon and uninterrupted display of fireworks, dancing and shouts of “Happy New Year” at midnight to mark end of the year, which many have described as a turbulent and horrifying.
Voter apathy mars Lagos, East, Plateau South, Cross River North senatorial elections
In Plateau, some voters were seen going to farms, while in Lagos, electorates simply went about their normal lives in complete disregard to movement restrictions placed by the government.
Lagos frees 56 inmates as Funke Akindele, husband gets pardon for breaching COVID-19 protocol
Lagos State Government on Friday said Nollywood actress Funke Akindele her husband, Abdulrasheed Bello have been pardoned for their breach of COVID-19 protocol. The state ministry of justice commissioner Moyosore Onigbanjo in a statement said Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu also approved the release of 56 inmates from various correctional centres and granted state pardon to Funke…
Naira Marley gets second conviction in two days
Nigerian musician Azeez Fashola popularly known as Naira Marley has been convicted and fined by a magistrate court in Abuja for violating COVID-19 lockdown restrictions. Naira Marley was arraigned for a four-count charge by Magistrate Idayat Akanni. The charges include violating Presidential ban on interstate travelling, not wearing of face mask contrary to the Presidential…