The war against COVID-19 - Part 9
The tree of crisis (i.e. the tree of the knowledge of good and evil), was planted in the Garden of Eden, as an Edenic crisis, it became endemic.
Drive-in theatre, will it be drive-out after COVID-19 pandemic?
Drive-in theatres have come back as salvation during this COVID-19 pandemic lockdown. In the past few months, people have now started heading to the cinemas to watch movies
Volcanic eruption of COVID-19 conspiracy theories
Ever since the day Adam and Eve fell for Lucifer’s deception, the root of evil was planted deep in the soul of mankind.
Putting schools on the spot with reopening guidelines
Schools cannot wait to reopen. Students are anxious to resume, but COVID-19 pandemic stares everyone in the face. After months of shutting down schools
COVID-19: China actively participated in international cooperation
China has actively participated in and acted upon the Debt Service Suspension Initiative of the G20. This was disclosed by a white paper
Nigerians pay N152b tuition in UK
Thousands of Nigerian students abroad are currently faced with serious challenges on account of the coronavirus pandemic and the growing possibility that the disease
COVID-19: Anambra and burden of a gate-keeper
Anambra state is fighting the battle against COVID-19 pandemic in many fronts. Its location as gateway to the eastern and western parts of the country
U.S.-based Nigerian raises concern over extinction of local languages, cultures
A United States of America based Nigerian, Mazi Ogbonna, has urged Nigerians to avert the extinction of some indigenous languages and cultures as they prefer