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The candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party in the November 2019 governorship, Douye Diri , has been sworn in as the Governor of Bayelsa State .
He was sworn in by the state Chief Judge , Justice Kate , who administered the oaths of office and allegiance on Diri in the Government House , Yenagoa , the state capital .
The state deputy governor – elect, Senator Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo , also sworn in , took his oaths of office and allegiance.

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BREAKING: UCH CMD tests negative for COVID-19

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BREAKING: UCH CMD tests negative for COVID-19 UCH IBADAN CMD

After eight days of isolation and treatment, the Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan, Prof. Jesse Otegbayo, has tested negative for COVID-19.
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The Nation gathered through the Head of Public Relations Unit of the hospital Mr Toye Akinrinlola that the last test on his blood sample has come back negative.

Akinrinlola said the test result arrived at about 3:45 pm to gladden the heart of family, friends and workers of the institution.

Otegbayo had tested positive to the virus seven days ago.

He said he may have contracted the virus through Board meetings of the hospital held from Monday to Wednesday last week.

The week-long meetings were suspended on Thursday after some members showed symptoms of COVID-19.

He was among the eight confirmed cases in Oyo State as at Wednesday April 1.

The Provost of the College of Medicine and his deputy have also tested positive for the virus and have since placed themselves in self-isolation.

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Africa COVID-19 death toll hits 214, total cases rise to 6,075 – WHO

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Africa COVID-19 death toll hits 214, total cases rise to 6,075 – WHO coronavirus 5 750x375 1

The World Health Organisation (WHO), Regional Office for Africa in Brazzaville, Congo, says there are now 6,075 confirmed cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on African continent with 214 deaths.

The UN’s health agency gave the update in its regional official twitter account @WHOAFRO on Thursday.

“They are 6,075 cases on the African continent, with 214 deaths and 478 recoveries reported.

“In past seven days, four new countries in the Region have confirmed cases of COVID-19, including Botswana, Burundi, Guinea Bissau and Sierra Leone.”

The agency said South Africa currently had the highest in the region with 1,380 cases and five deaths, Algeria 847 cases with 58 deaths and Burkina Faso has 261 confirmed cases with 14 deaths.

“Nigeria has 174 confirmed cases, nine have been discharged with two deaths,’’ it stated.

 

(The Nation)

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