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Man fulfilled after blocking move by his married friend to cheat on pregnant wife


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A Nigerian man has expressed his fulfillment after blocking a move by his married friend to woo a nurse into an extra-marital affair ‘under his nose’.

The man took to Twitter on Saturday to narrate how his friend, whose heavily pregnant wife is presently out of the country, visited him at the hospital and started wooing a nurse who was already yielding to his advances after lying to her that he was not married.

In a series of tweets via his handle @ThatPHCBoy, he said he attended his friend’s wedding in March and spent N20,000 on ‘aso ebi’, bought gift and sprayed the couple money at their wedding party, by doing this he declared that he is a shareholder in the marriage.

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As a shareholder in the marriage, he said he will not standby and watch his friend lie that he is not married because of an adulterous adventure.

He wrote:

“So I was not feeling well and I went to the clinic, tbh I just wanted to lie down for about an hour. Anyways I was lying down inside and a guy I know walked in, said hello and then went to the sit with the nurse. They were chatting and laughing, she was enjoying the attention.

“Next thing she said “leave me oo before your wife breaks my head” and we all know that is Nigerian woman language for “are you married”. This guy then says “which wife? Na you give me the wife”?

You know why I am shocked? I actually attended his wedding in March and I even bought Asoebi 20k. His wife is currently (pregnant) and she is in America to born. Was I going to let him get away with the lie? Nope!

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“So I suddenly feel energized and went to the other room. “Eric* been meaning to ask, Iyawo nko? Must be hard for her pregnant and alone in America. When next you people speak greet her for me and tell her we are expecting twins oo”

“He just mumbled some response, the nurse at this point got up and started rearranging her medicine cabinet. It became so awkward that he made excuses and left and I went back to lie down, happy that I am doing the work of my father in heaven

“I mean I paid 20k for asoebi, bought a sandwich maker + sprayed them cash. Clearly I am a shareholder in that marriage and I will not standby and watch this man lie that he is not married because he wants to nack.”



Buhari’s failure to take Atiku’s advice caused Coronavirus spread in Nigeria – Reno Omokri



Reno Omokri reveals why young girls should beware of 'sugar daddies'

Reno Omokri, the former media aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan, has blamed the President, Maj. Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, for the rise in cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria.

He disclosed that the failure of the president to take the advice of Atiku Abubakar, a former vice president, is the reason for the increased figure every day.

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He made this claim while reacting to a report that Mr Buhari described the current situation as frightening and appealed to Nigerians to adhere to the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health to stay safe from the disease.

The president’s concerns gained strength from reports that Lagos, is running out of beds for patients of the disease, many of who are now being turned back at isolation and treatment centres in the state.

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In reaction to this, Mr Omokri tweeted:

“Dear General @MBuhari, You are shedding crocodile tears. You caused the spread of #COVID19 in Nigeria by refusing to close Nigeria’s airspace in February, despite @Atiku asking you, because your daughter and Abba Kyari were abroad!”


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Niger state: They only gave us food no drugs- Covid-19 patients call out state govt



Niger state: They only gave us food no drugs- Covid-19 patients call out state govt
Niger state government has been called out by Covid-19 patients recently discharged from the Minna Isolation centre over the alleged poor treatments meted to them at the isolation centre.
According to The Nation, some of the patients who spoke to newsmen revealed that since their arrival at the isolation centre, they have not received any single drugs for the treatment of the disease.

One of the discharged patients who was picked up from Zumba in Shiroro local government said that he was tested positive and quarantined at the isolation centre and that he was expecting to be treated and given drugs throughout his stay at the isolation centre but none was administered to him.

“I expected that I will undergo some treatment, but apart from food, nothing was given to me in the form of treatment. They did not give me a single drug.

“They only give us food every day that is all. No single drug, not even paracetamol was given to me throughout the 14 days”, he said.

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He further disclosed that his mother and other relations who were also picked up and quarantined with him were also treated shabbily.

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He stated that after their discharge, they were not provided with transportation and were told to find their way adding that money for transportation was not given to them.

“They just came and asked us to go. They did not tell us how we would move neither did they consider that we may not have any money to transport us home.

“We trekked from the isolation centre at the back of the police secondary school to the main road. From there, we trekked to Dutsen Kuran Gwari before someone assisted us to Sabon Gari junction.

“It was at Sabon Gari that a commercial vehicle carried us to Zumba before we now borrowed money from our people to pay the driver”.

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Burundi to announce winner of presidential election today



Burundi’s electoral commission is to announce provisional results from last week’s presidential election Monday, with the outgoing head of state’s handpicked successor Evariste Ndayishimiye poised to be declared the winner.

The announcement is set for 2:00 pm (1200 GMT), according to an official press invitation received Sunday. Definitive results will be published on June 4, reports France24.

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Burundians voted last Wednesday to elect their president, lawmakers and local officials in a poll marked by allegations of fraud and conducted with scant attention to the coronavirus pandemic.

The vote came five years after the highly contested re-election of Pierre Nkurunziza for a third term, which sparked violence that left at least 1,200 dead, saw 400,000 flee the country and plunged the former Belgian colony into turmoil that persists to this day.

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Partial results published by state media gave Ndayishimiye, 52, around 80 percent of the vote.

The opposition National Council for Liberty (CNL) has cried foul, with a spokesman on Friday calling the polls “a carefully prepared hold-up”.

CNL leader Agathon Rwasa, who drew large crowds during the campaign, scored around 20 percent, with the remaining five candidates barely scoring one percent combined.

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After a campaign marked by violence, the election was generally calm. However the CNL said several of its officials had been arrested and harassed, and alleged fraud.

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