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SARS operative shoots innocent man dead while chasing hemp smokers in Lagos


An operative of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad has shot dead a cleaner identified as Francis.

The incident happened on Monday on Ajisegiri Street, in the Ilupeju area of Lagos State.

The policeman and his team members were reported to have shot at a group of hemp smokers when the victim was killed.

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The cops were reported to have fled the scene immediately.

A photo of the incident posted on social media by a witness revealed a bucket containing brooms, a parker, and brush which are tools of the deceased, beside his remains.

A resident who asked not to be identified confirmed the incident to our correspondent on the telephone.

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The Lagos State police spokesperson, Bala Elkana, said he was in a meeting when contacted by our correspondent.

He had yet to respond to a text message seeking his reaction to the killing.



Covid-19: Bayelsa records second death



Covid-19: Bayelsa records second death

Bayelsa COVID-19 Task Force Committee, announced the second death related to the global pandemic, on Tuesday in the state.

This was contained in a statement issued to newsmen by the Director, Public Health, Dr Stow Jones.

Newsmen report that the deceased was a middle-aged Bayelsa resident, who was presented at one of the public hospitals a week ago.

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Jones said the deceased was critically ill with signs suggestive of kidney disease.

“He was thus been managed as such and had some sessions of dialysis.

“Further clinical investigations revealed he also had signs suggestive of a possible COVID- 19 infection.

“Samples were thus collected from him, which returned positive for COVID-19.

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“His test result was among the nine positive results announced by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), for Bayelsa on May 31.

“He was still due for a final session of dialysis on Monday, June 1.

He, however, passed away on the night of May 31,” Jones said.

The Director of Public Health added that the victim had been buried by the COVID-19 Safe Burial Team, as witnessed by his relatives and friends.

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UK Govt issues new lockdown rules, says s*x with someone you don’t live with now Illegal



Dutch government advises single people to find lockdown ‘sex buddies’

UK citizens have been banned from having sex with anyone outside of their own household under new coronavirus lockdown legislation rolled out by the Government.

The UK government on Monday, June 1, introduced new measures that ban people from socialising indoors with anyone not already in their household.

The new regulation reads:

“No person may participate in a gathering which takes place in a public or private place indoors, and consists of two or more persons.”

Previously, anyone who goes inside another person’s home would be breaching the lockdown rules but now both persons could be prosecuted under the new amendment to The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) Regulations 2020 bill, that was tabled before Parliament on Monday.

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According to the new rules, only those with ‘reasonable excuses’ will be allowed to meet privately indoors, which does not include meeting up to have sex.

Reasonable excuses include jogging or exercising for elite athletes, movement of vulnerable people and key or essential workers.

Other people that can give reasonable excuses include people that meet in a private space for childcare, separated parents who live in different households seeing their children, people providing emergency assistance and those attending a funeral.

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Police forces in the UK have been told to disperse any large groups and use fines and arrests ‘where appropriate’ as a last resort – but they can only ‘direct’ someone to go home and have ‘no powers’ to remove someone by force, the National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) and College of Policing have said in a joint paper.

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Their advice to officers also makes clear that the new coronavirus guidelines /laws ‘provide no power of entry.’ Downing Street has also been clear that police do not have the power to enter gardens to check party numbers.

The new regulations come after a study by researchers at the universities of Anglia Ruskin and Ulster, showed six in 10 Britons have gone without having sexual activity during the lockdown.


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Covid-19: Kwara records 23 new cases



Covid-19: Kwara records 23 new cases

Kwara has recorded 23 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total number of infections in the state to 111, with 37 discharged and one death.

Chief Press Secretary to the Governor and Spokesman for Technical Committee on COVID-19, Mr Rafiu Ajakaye,  made this known in a statement in Ilorin on Tuesday.

“With this, the state now has a total of 111 confirmed cases, out of which 73 are active and 37 have recovered and discharged with one death.

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“Regardless, the government warned people against letting down their guards as the level of threat of infection remains high across the country,” he said.


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