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jamb: mssn’s al-fareed college pupil emerges best in osun, scores 336 marks JAMB: MSSN’s Al-Fareed College Pupil Emerges Best In Osun, Scores 336 Marks IMG 20190520 WA0029 248x300

It is another success story for the Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, B-Zone when a student of one of the society-owned secondary schools excelled in the just-released JAMB examination scoring 336 of 400.

The student, a 17 year old Akingbade Lukman Opeyemi scored 75 in the Use of English, 90 in Physics, 77 in Biology and 94 in Chemistry to make the aggregate of 336 in the examination.

With this, Akingbade Lukman Opeyemi became the student with the highest scores in Osun State generally while another Muslim student, the Ataoja High School boy, Kamorudeen Ridwanullah, who scored 319 is the student with highest scores among public school students in the state.

MSSN B-Zone is happy with this development and we are grateful to Allah for making the dream of establishing schools by many of our strata to produce students that are excellent in academic and piety coming to reality.

You will recall that in the year 2018, one of the students of the same school, Al- Fareed College, Ede, Hammed Abdullah Isola, represented Nigeria in International Physics Olympiad held at Lisbon Portugal and was given national award by the Federal Government through the Federal Ministry of Education.

Qaasim Babatunde Odedeji

Amir/Zonal Coordinator



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BREAKING: Nigeria records 350 new cases, total now 11,516




BREAKING: Nigeria records 350 new cases, total now 11,516 IMG 20200604 235440 1

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed 350 new cases of COVID-19 in the country, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 11,516.

The centre disclosed this on Tuesday night via its verified Twitter handle.

350 new cases of #COVID19; Lagos-102 Ogun-34 FCT-29 Borno-26 Kaduna-23 Rivers-21 Ebonyi-17 Kwara -16 Katsina-14 Edo-10 Delta-10 Kano-10 Bauchi-10 Bayelsa-9 Imo-8 Plateau-4 Ondo-3 Nasarawa-2 Gombe-1 Oyo-1.”

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COVID-19: NCDC releases new guidelines on treatment, discharge of patients




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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), on Thursday, announced a new case management guideline for the treatment and discharge of COVID-19 pandemic patients.

Dr. Chikwe Ihekweazu, Director-General of NCDC, made this known at the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 (PTF) media briefing in Abuja.

Ihekweazu said that the third version of the guidelines was released following the emergence of new science about the duration of infectivity of individual patients.

The director-general said that the guidelines were for symptomatic and asymptomatic patients.

According to him, symptomatic patients will now be discharged at least ten days after symptom onset and at least three days without symptoms.

“For asymptomatic patients, they can be discharged 14 days after the first PCR positive test.

“We no longer have to wait for a negative test to discharge, with the confidence that you can go home, and you are no longer infectious or putting family or friends at risk.

“If your symptoms last longer, we will wait while managing it,” Ihekweazu said.

Ihekweazu said that physicians were hesitant about the new guidelines, assuring them that the new guidelines were effective.

The NCDC chief said the centre had also removed the use of antivirals and Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine from its treatment guidelines.

He said the antivirals would now be used only on trials setting and casually because its safety was uncertain

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