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LIFE IS FOR THE LIVING! Dino Melaye spotted grooving with RMD, AY Makun, others


The lawmaker representing Kogi West Senatorial District, Senator Dino Melaye, had declared that “Life is for the living.”

At least that’s what he wrote in series of pictures shared on his Instagram page.

The controversial senator was spotted enjoying himself at a social gathering with veteran Nollywood actor, Richard Mofe Damijo aka RMD and ace comedian and actor AY Makun.

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Apparently, Dino was in high spirits as he danced and drank with friends in pictures posted on his IG.

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The pictures had captions like “Life is for the living” “Ijo ya”, “Cheers to the old young man”, “RMD NONI” “Osehhhhh”, “Yes oooo”, “AYYYYYYYYYYY”, etc.

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Dino Melaye, 44, is currently the Chairman Senate Committee on FCT.

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Couple who started hand sanitiser business in 2020 set to make £30m



UK couple who set up hand sanitizer business just 12 weeks ago are on a track to make £30million (N14.6b) from the business.

Husband and wife team, Andrew, 47, and Rachel Montague, 48, founded their company in March just as the pandemic hit and most of Europe went into lockdown.

The couple, who own a property investment and development company, have been developing commercial and affordable housing for the last 15 years.

But when the owner of Deeside Distillery got in touch with the pair in March to say he was stopping gin production and switching to sanitiser to help with the crisis, they jumped on board.

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The couple, who have four children – Sam, 21, Sascha, 17, Layla, 15 and Elianna, 12 – decided to stop work on their developments and lend a hand.

Their business, ClearWater Hygiene, produces high-grade hand sanitiser aimed at frontline workers and the wider public.

The business has since expanded and now has the capacity to produce more than 900,000 litres of its product every week.

The product contains 80 per cent ethanol liquid making it suitable for use in hospitals, care homes and other public health facilities.

Andrew and Rachel Montague now employ 12 full-time staff and eight contracted workers at ClearWater Hygiene’s headquarters in Leith, Edinburgh, and in other parts of Scotland and the UK.

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Speaking on how the business started, Andrew Montague said;

“As lockdown was being announced in March, we immediately saw the importance of reducing our reliance on imports and focusing on UK manufacturing.

“We ensured both health providers and private businesses could access high quality and fairly priced products which are now essential in the battle against the pandemic.”

He added;

“We are proud to be providing some much-needed support in the fight against Covid-19 by gifting our product to NHS charities while, at the same time, building a successful business. From a standing start just 12 weeks ago, we have seen a huge surge in demand for our products across the UK.”

The company has secured major contracts with corporate customers including the Post Office, JD plc, O2 Retail, BP, and Aldi, some of which are multi-year agreements, with an expected total contract value of £30m (N14.6b).

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The firm has made more than £3million in actual revenue since March and has donated products to NHS charities.They have also donated significant quantities of their products to UK National Health Service (NHS) charities.

The couple have played a vital role in tackling Covid-19 in UK with the supply of hand sanitizer.

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Remains of one of 43 students who went missing in Mexico more than five years ago identified



The remains of one of the 43 students who disappeared in Ayotzinapa, Mexico, more than five years ago without no trace has been  found by the Mexico authorities.

The identification of one of the bodies, known as Christian Alfonso Rodríguez Telumbre on Tuesday July 7, was done with the help of DNA testing and is a major breakthrough in the case which has left Mexicans dumbfounded, Mexican authorities have announced.

On September 26, 2014, 43 students from a teacher’s college in Guerrero state suddenly disappeared and investigations by the former Mexican administration of Enrique Peña Nieto concluded they were captured by police and handed over to the criminal group Guerreros Unidos.

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According to the investigation, their bodies were burned in a landfill and then thrown into a river in the municipality of Cocula — a theory that was termed, “the historical truth.”

But an investigation carried out by forensic experts in Argentina contradicted that hypothesis, causing the entire disappearance of the students to be shrouded in mystery for years.

When Andrés Manuel López Obrador took over as president of Mexico, he vowed to find out the truth, and then created a commission which reopened the investigation and started from scratch.

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According to Mexico’s Attorney General’s Office, the new discovery of the body comes from six pieces of remains which were sent to the laboratory at the University of Innsbruck in Vienna, Austria, where they were analyzed for months.

Contradicting the previous administration’s investigation, the body evidence, they said, was not found in the landfill or the river, instead they were found about 800 meters from “where the historical truth is created,” the attorney general’s office said.

“Without a doubt this marks the beginning of the new route in the investigation that not only collapsed the so-called historical truth, but also generates the conditions for the indications, the evidence, the investigations carried out to clarify the events that unfortunately happened in Ayotzinapa,” Mexico’s undersecretary of Human Rights Alejandro Encinas said.

“We have broken the pact of impunity and silence that surrounded” the case, Mr. Omar Gómez Trejo, the special prosecutor assigned to the case said at a news conference.

He added, “today we tell the families and society that the right to the truth will prevail.”

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UPDATED: I’m ready to pray for Covid-19 patients in Isolation centres, T.B Joshua says



Coronavirus will be silenced before the end of March, T.B Joshua prophesies

General Overseer of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) Pastor T.B Joshua on Wednesday offered to virtually pray for COVID-19 patients in isolation centres around the world.

The cleric, in an announcement on SCOAN’s YouTube channel Emmanuel TV, urged government and medical authorities to “organise those who are in isolation” and “arrange how to connect them to us on Emmanuel TV”.

“The blessing of Jesus is for those who knock and ask,” the announcement began.

“In whatever way you support to make this happen, we are a team; we are not doing more than you,” it added.

“Together we shall pray for them. Together we shall be set free from this COVID-19,” the statement continued, quoting the Biblical reference in Luke 4:40 where Jesus healed “all who had various kinds of sickness after the mass prayer.

“The same anointing that heals one is also able to heal all at the same time,” it concluded, calling on all interested parties to contact the church via their email address [email protected]

Last week, the World Health Organisation reacted to a trending video in which a Cameroonian medical doctor was ‘healed’ of COVID-19 after receiving “interactive prayer” from Joshua’s ministry, acknowledging “spiritual leadership is very important in a time like this”.

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His testimony was followed days later by a couple of university lecturers who said they had been healed of the dreaded virus, replete with medical reports before and after prayers from Emmanuel TV.

Since starting its ‘Interactive Prayer’ – in which online prayer is offered via video calls – Joshua’s ministry has prayed for COVID-19 patients from around the world including citizens of USA, South Africa, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Honduras and Cuba.

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