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Daura celebrates as district head regains freedom four months after abduction


Residents of the ancient town of Daura in Katsina State went into wild jubilation following reports of the release of their District Head, Musa Uba, abducted since March 1, 2019, from his home.

The district head was rescued by a combined team of security operatives in a secluded house near Sani Abacha youth center along Madobi road in Kano metropolis.

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Malam Abubakar Dantakai, Chairman, Daura Social Media Forum who led thousands of youths jubilating at the popular Kangiwa Square in Daura, said the release of the district head was good news to the residents and commended security agencies for their efforts.

He also thanked God for the safe rescue of the Magajin Gari, who was said to be in good health and high spirit.

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Alhaji Habibu Bala, a unionist, gave kudos to security agencies and all those who contributed through prayers, fasting and other spiritual engagements for the rescue of the district head.

Also, Malam Lawal Adamu, alias TBO, said the release of the Magajin Gari was worthy of celebration, as the traditional ruler had been contributing positively towards the growth and development of the area.

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Girls are never to be trusted- Young Nigerian boy writes heartbreaking post to his ex-girlfriend on her birthday



Girls are never to be trusted or loved- Young Nigerian boy writes heartbreaking post to his ex-girlfriend on her birthday

In a trending post on social media, a young Nigerian boy has addressed an ’emotional’ post to his ex-girlfriend who dumped him sometime this year.

The young boy identified as ‘Se Qu Ence’ on Facebook, said the heartbreak he got taught him three deep lessons which are ‘love na scam, girls don’t deserve to be loved and girls are never to be trusted’.

Though he never revealed why they broke up, he, however, disclosed that their time together was a waste.

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He Wrote;

What were u thinking… That I wouldn’t post.. Well I did

Ur birthday pictures were one of the best last year

This year was supposed to be better than the best… But what is surprising me is, I don’t know why

Happy birthday Nikki Nancy Ordugo though I miss the time we spent together but I’ve learnt that it was just a waste of time

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I want to use this medium to say a big thank you for teaching me the best 3 lessons of my life




I owe u 2 bottles of bear for that

once more happy birthday….

Enjoy your day if u wish

Sequence rembered you

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Single Boys Gang carez



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Children don’t compliment my lifestyle- Lady who removes fallopian tube reveals



Children don't compliment my lifestyle- Lady who removes fallopian tube reveals

A woman has taken to social media to reveal that she has removed her fallopian tubes so that she can never give birth to a child.

The Twitter user, identified as Trixie, said she’s never been pregnant and wouldn’t want to get pregnant now that she’s 28 years old.
She also stressed that having children would not compliment her lifestyle.
Her tweets read:
May 23rd, 2019, I got my Fallopian tubes removed & started my childfree lifestyle journey.
The 5 male doctors turned me down because I was under 30, childless, single & never experienced a pregnancy
It was very difficult for me emotionally and mentally. I even stopped being sexually active for 450 days because I was on a mission.
Questions I’ve been receiving:
How old are you?
– 28
What if you change your mind?
– I won’t
Will you adopt?
– No
What if you meet a nice man?
– I tell men upfront that I’m never having kids, his move
Why don’t you want children?
– They don’t compliment my lifestyle
It’s very rude to ask a woman “when are you going to have a baby?”. That’s VERY invasive and tacky as hell. I want y’all to stop doing that because you don’t know what they’re going through.
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 Canadian nurse tests positive for coronavirus eight times in 50 days



A Canadian nurse who caught the novel coronavirus months ago said she’s tested positive eight times in the last 50 days.

On March 30, Tracy Schofield, from Cambridge, Ontario, began experiencing symptoms such as chills, a fever, and shortness of breath.

The following day, she took her first test for COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, and the result was positive, reported CTV News.

Schofield, 49, spent the traditional two weeks self-isolating, but her second test came back positive. Since then, six more have returned the same result.

Doctors have told the mother-of-three that they don’t believe she is contagious anymore, but that they can’t explain why she keeps testing positive.

‘Whenever I get the test result, it’s like somebody punches me in the stomach,’ Schofield told CTV News.

‘I just want someone to be able to tell me something. Give me an answer. Am I going to have it forever?’

For two weeks after her first positive test, Schofield says she self-isolated in her room at her house, where she lives with her 17-year-old son, Ethan.

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Over that period, her temperature reached 104.1F and wouldn’t come down with Tylenol. She says she also lost her sense of smell and taste.

‘I couldn’t smell Vick’s VapoRub, I couldn’t taste salt and vinegar chips,’ Schofield told CTV News.

Now, almost two months later, the majority of her symptoms have disappeared aside from a cough and a little difficulty breathing.

However, her tests from Cambridge Memorial Hospital have kept returning positive.

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Schofield says she was excited after her eighth overall test came back negative.

But patients must receive two negative results within a 24-hour period to be considered recovered. Her ninth test came back positive.

And, although authorities from Region of Waterloo Public Health, have allowed her to leave her house on April 14, she says she won’t consider herself recovered until she gets her two consecutive negative test results.

Schofield says she has does not have any pre-existing conditions but she’s concerned that she’ll have long-term complications from the virus.

Schofield had been cleared to go back to work as a registered practical nurse but is scared about infecting others.

She is now waiting five days until she can take her tenth overall test.

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Health experts say she likely just has dead virus cells still circulating in her body, CTV News reports.

It comes on the heels of news that patients who test positive for the novel coronavirus after having recovered are not contagious.

Researchers from the Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (KCDC) looked at 285 survivors who tested positive after previous tests said they were negative.

None of the 790 people that the patients came into contact with were found to be infected with COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus.

In the US, there are more than 1.5 million confirmed cases of the virus and more than 93,000 deaths.

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