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Temisan Amoye

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Nigerians in the face of COVID-19 and cardiovascular diseases

Study claims Vitamin D levels may impact COVID-19 mortality rates

Researchers have discovered a strong correlation between vitamin D deficiency and mortality rates from the novel COVID-19 virus, a new study reveals. A research team led by Northwestern University analyzed data from hospitals and clinics across China, France, Germany, Italy, Iran, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. ALSO READ: My life
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Virtual Banks

VIRTUAL BANKS: Perhaps the only way

On Monday 27th April 2020, during a live nationwide address, President Muhammadu Buhari GCFR laid out the easing of lockdown restrictions to curtail the spread of the coronavirus in Lagos, FCT and Ogun States. The highlights of the new measures include revised operating hours for Banks and Financial institutions – as an essential service – each branch is responsible for
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Gernot Rohr, NFF , Contract offer

Why is Rohr so desperate?

By Desmond Ekwueme Shortly after Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup, his agents flew a kite that the Franco-German was wanted by six countries. Two in Africa, two in Asia and two in Europe. They, however, didn’t disclose the countries. Obviously the kite was flown to put his employers (the NFF) on the edge. The plot
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Gernot Rohr, NFF , Contract offer

I choose to be foolish – Let Gernot Rohr Go!

By Segun Odegbami This week I was in the clinic for an ‘emergency’ check-up. My Blood Pressure rapidly headed northwards. Professor Akinyanju told me as soon as he checked me that it should never be reported that the Enough Ambassador for Africa, NCD, Champion of ‘Exercise is Medicine’ in Nigeria, and a consultant to the
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Coronavirus may cause ‘irreversible’ lung damage

Fans await Bundesliga May 16 return on StarTimes

Football lovers are gearing up for a feast of live football action as the German football league, the DFL, announced that the Bundesliga will return back to action on May 16 to provide high-octane football drama which had been halted since early April due to the coronavirus pandemic StarTimes Nigeria has assured subscribers of live
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Revolution, Nigeria

REVOLUTION IN NIGERIA: Let’s face reality

By Debo Onifade There are many young Nigerians within the country and in the diaspora, who genuinely think that revolution in Nigeria is the only solution to our problems. If their definition of revolution is related to the revolutions that ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in 2011, Iranian Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi in 1979, or
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Fans, Vaccine, Netherlands

SPORTS: No vaccine, no fans ― Netherlands

Sporting events in the Netherlands may go ahead later in the year but they will do so without fans until a vaccine is developed for the coronavirus. This was announced by the Dutch Health Minister Hugo de Jonge on Thursday. Prime Minister Mark Rutte said on Wednesday that organised sport could resume from 1 September.
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