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The Federal Government of has assured South African returnees that it will not abandon them to their plight as all efforts are on to continue the rehabilitation and empowerment programmes.

Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Nigerian in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, made this declaration while receiving a South African widow returnee, Mrs. Yinka Iyoha in her in Abuja.

Dabiri-Erewa maintained that the federal government will not abandon all Nigerians brought back to the country as a of xenophobic attacks.

Dabiri-Erewa equally announced a scholarship to one of the children of the returnee, gesture from Nigerians in Diaspora Commission.

She said that the Federal Government is kick starting an entrepreneurship programme for the returnees in collaboration with Small and Medium scale Enterprises Development Agencies (SMEDAN) and National Directorate of Employment (NDE).

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She mentioned that the returnees will be trained on various skill acquisitions and certified, mentored and funded by the Central Bank of Nigeria. In addition, funds from N1 million to N10 million naira will be released for the programme.

She also appealed to other state governments to liaise with the returnees in their respective states and key in into the rehabilitation and reintegration schemes.

“We can only hope to for peace and unity among Africans as the Nigerian mission had a programme in Johannesburg, South Africa entitled UNITE AFRICA, geared towards eradicating xenophobia in South Africa.”

While encouraging African countries to unite in love, she said that Nigerians in South Africa are working with their counterparts to ensure this, while those who commit crimes will face the penalty.

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Iyoha while speaking said that she had a terrible experience in South Africa during the xenophobic attacks.

“There no place like home and I am very happy to be back home, what we experienced in South Africa we cannot describe it, it was like living in the wilderness”, she said.

Iyoha, who lost her in 2010 in South Africa and has been with the burden of raising her four children alone, complained of her being crumbled by South African hostile trade policies.

“It was very tough for me as I lost over 20 million worth of goods due to the South African Customs seizing imported goods from Nigeria.”

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Makeup artist allegedly slumps and dies while dancing at her birthday party in Jos

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A young makeup artist slumped and died yesterday, July 4, while dancing at her birthday party.

 

Deborah Tushima had been counting down to her birthday on her Facebook account. Her birthday came on Saturday, July 4 and she shared new photos of herself on the platform.

 

Makeup artist allegedly slumps and dies while dancing at her birthday party in Jos

 

She captioned the photos: “So many things to be grateful for, the greatest is the gift of LIFE! Happy birthday to me, pls say a prayer for me.”

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Makeup artist allegedly slumps and dies while dancing at her birthday party in Jos

Makeup artist allegedly slumps and dies while dancing at her birthday party in Jos

 

Unfortunately, she slumped hours later while partying with friends and died.

 

Friends who had wished her a happy birthday only hours earlier are now mourning her via their respective pages.

 

See below.

 

Makeup artist allegedly slumps and dies while dancing at her birthday party in Jos

Makeup artist allegedly slumps and dies while dancing at her birthday party in Jos

Makeup artist allegedly slumps and dies while dancing at her birthday party in Jos

Makeup artist allegedly slumps and dies while dancing at her birthday party in Jos

 

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COVID-19: RCCG Pastor Adeboye backs lockdown extension of worship centre

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Pastor Enoch Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, has backed the extension of lockdown ease of worship centres.

Adeboye, who is the General Overseer of RCCG said the church would abide by the rules issued by the government.

He spoke while delivering a televised message at the July Holy Ghost Service of the church titled: ‘Let there be light 7’.

Papa G.O. as he is popularly referred to said the church would come out victorious at the end of the lockdown.

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He assured Christians that the lockdown would turn out to be a time of greater blessings.

He said: “If people know that this lockdown will lead to greater achievement and prosperity, they will embrace it with joy.

“God has been closer to someone more in this lockdown than ever.”

Recall that the Lagos State government had last week insisted that worship centres in the state would remain closed.

This was part of measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the state.

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Meanwhile, the federal government had ordered partial lockdown ease of worship centres across the country, amid the pandemic.

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