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Covid-19: Lagos puts 14 countries on watchlist, to enforce travel protocol

As a measure to contain the outbreak of the third wave of the Corona virus pandemic, the Lagos State government through it’s commissioner for health, Professor Akin Abayomi, at a press briefing organized by the minister of health to highlight the covid-19 third wave prevention strategy, restated it’s commitment to stricter enforce the covid 19 travel protocols, particularly for inbound international passengers.

The Lagos State government has put 14 countries on a Corona virus watchlist.

YouTube music to celebrate #Africa month with panel discussion, live performances and Africa day concert

To celebrate Africa month, YouTube has released a schedule of performances and music related events. YouTube music has entered a partnership with MTV base Africa, in view of their Africa day concert.

YouTube music is celebrating the continent’s popular culture with performances by popular artists from Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.

General Joshua Dogonyaro is dead

General Joshua Nimyel Dogonyaro is dead. He died in Jos, on Thursday morning.

The retired general, who was a Field Commander of the ECOMOG was known for being a member of the ‘latang mafia’ during his time in the millitary. He also was announcing the coup that removed current president, Muhammadu Buhari from power in 1985.

South African regulator seeking legal advice on WhatsApp’s new privacy policy

On Thursday, the south African information regulator stated that it was seeking legal advice to get WhatsApp to revise it’s privacy policy in the country, to align with the same standards, used in the European Union EU.

This new update that allows WhatsApp to collect personal user data has received global backlash.

Grid collapse: Bulk power restored to all 330 KVA transmission stations- TCN

Following the grid collapse, the Tranmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) has announced that bulk power has been restored to every 330 KVA transmission station under Nigeria’s grid.

According to TCN’s statement, the collapse earlier this week was a result of partial voltage collapse in the national grid, citing issues along Kainji – Kebbi line has been resolved.

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