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Lady kills lesbian lover after she caught her having sεx with man in Delta

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A young lady identified as Vivian was reportedly stabbed to death by her lesbian lover in Delta after she caught her sleeping with a man.

According to reports, the assailant had stabbed Vivian to death 3 days before her corpse was discovered in her room.

Reports have it that she killed her lover out of the fear that she might expose her for sleeping with a man, thereby ruining her reputation as a lesbian.

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She was also reported to have carted away the deceased’s properties to Enugu state where she was arrested and currently cooling off at the Police station.

After committing the vicious crime, the stud then went ahead to call Vivian’s mother to inform her that her daughter had traveled.

It was not until yesterday that residents found the lifeless body of Vivian after breaking into her room due to the foul odor they were perceiving in the compound.

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Vivian’s friends revealed that the stud had fled to Enugu State, but was eventually arrested and is currently in police custody, where is helping officers with the investigation.

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“For ordinary peg?” – Nigerians react as fashion store displays clip earring that costs N170,000

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Nigerians netizens are having a field day trolling an online fashion store that displayed some earrings set which costs a whopping price of $440 (170,000 Naira).

The Nobo clip earring which obviously looks like a peg used in pinning washed clothes after spreading them on a line was placed to be sold at the surprising sum of $440

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Reacting to this, Nigerians trolled the fashion store for selling ‘clothes peg’ for N170,000 and began marketing their home used pegs at a lesser price.

These Nigerians netizens as they reacted to the photo, noted that they already have so many pegs at home and they will likely bring them out and wear them on their ears instead of purchasing an earring for such amount.

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NGO calls for sanitation methods review to curb COVID-19 spread

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 WASHMATA Initiatives, an NGO, in partnership with Leadership in Environment and Development (LEAD) Anglophone West Africa, has called for the review of the sanitation promotion methods to curb the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.

The NGO made the call in a communique jointly signed by its Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Boluwaji Onabolu, and the Regional Programme Director of LEAD, Mrs. Maureen Akintayo, on Tuesday in Abuja.

The communique said that with the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, sanitation and hygiene and clean water supply are essential services that can make a lot of difference between life and death.

The NGOs noted that in order to mitigate the COVID-19 pandemic, sanitation services delivery must go with the provision of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Infection Prevention and Control of COVID-19 training for the WASH field workers.

The communique emphasized the need for the inclusion of state WASH agencies in COVID-19 task teams, development of statewide multi-level monitoring and reporting systems.

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It also called for increased synergy between the various donor and government-supported WASH programs, organized private-sector participation, documentation of best practices, leadership training, and peer to peer learning through a community of practice.

The NGOs noted that only 27 local government areas have been declared Open Defecation Free (ODF) in the country.

The communique further noted that the number represented less than 4 percent of the 774 area councils in Nigeria with Benue and Katsina having the highest number of ODF LGAs.

The communique said the revelation was part of its panel discussion tagged: ‘ WASH Matters Hard Talk’ held in Abuja by Nigerian WASH professionals including the chief executives of  Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agencies from six states.

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It listed the states to include Katsina, Zamfara, Benue, Plateau, Adamawa, and the Federal Capital Territory(FCT).

According to the communique, during the panel discussions, the panelists shared innovations and best practices.

“Some of which included functional WASH LGA departments, engagement with faith-based organizations, and linking sanitation promotion to MSME development.

“24.4 percent of Nigerians (47 million) have not yet begun to climb the sanitation ladder posing a major challenge to health, education, nutrition, and poverty indices in the country.

“Since these 27 LGAs were declared open defecation free in 4 years (2016 to 2020) it is evidently possible to address this backlog by the end of 2025.

“With the proviso that each state will commit to ensuring open defecation free status in an average of two LGAs per year to achieve the goal of the Clean Nigeria Campaign of Federal Government of Nigeria.”

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The communique highlighted some challenges drawn from the panel discussions which include the fear in the minds of field workers about contracting COVID-19 infection and the unwillingness of the populace to change behavior.

“Other challenges are delays in release of funds; donor fund dependence by states and agencies not taking sufficient advantage of the opportunities in sanitation for SME business development, inadequate learning, and sharing of best practices.“

The program was attended by various professionals from the WASH and health sector including Ms. Kate Kanebi, representing the European Delegation to Nigeria and ECOWAS.

Others are the Executive Secretary of the Lagos Water Regulatory Commission, Mrs. Funke Adepoju, Organised Private Sector for WASH represented by Dr. Nicholas Igwe, and Dr. Jumai Ahmadu, Coordinator FCT COVID-19 Situation Room.

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Cash transfer: FG disburses N349.5m to beneficiaries in Kaduna

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The Federal Government has concluded the disbursement of N349.5 million to 34,946 poor and vulnerable households in Kaduna State.

The Head of Cash Transfer Unit in the State, Hajiya Hauwa Abdulrazaq, made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kaduna on Sunday.

Abdulrazaq explained that the disbursement was under the federal government’s Conditional Cash Transfer, a Households Uplifting Programme targeting poorest of the poor households in the country.

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She said that the beneficiaries, drawn from nine Local Government Areas (LGAs) of the state received N10,000 each, being payment for the months of May and June at N5,000 per month.

She identified the benefitting LGAs as Kajuru, Birnin Gwari, Kauru, Lere, Sanga, Kachia, Kubau, Ikara and Chikun.

She said that 4,470 poor and vulnerable households benefited in Kajuru; 8,032 in Birnin Gwari; 1,963 in Kauru; 1,406 in Sanga, while 4,380 benefited in Lere.

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She added that a total of 2,021 poor and vulnerable households benefited in Kachia; 5,478 in Ikara; 2,784 in Chikun, and 4,412 in Kubau.

“We began the disbursement on July 1 and ended the exercise on July 10.

“The households uplifting programme is one of the national social investment programmes which implementation began in September 2016,” she said.

NAN recalls that the programme began in 2017 in Kaduna state with about 10,000 beneficiaries, but expanded to 22,380 in April 2020.

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A total of 12,566 new beneficiaries were added in May, which amounted to the current 34,956 beneficiaries in the state.

The state government had also commenced the process of capturing poor and vulnerable households into the social register in the remaining 14 LGAs, from which beneficiaries of the cash transfer would be extracted.

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