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Fire Breaks Out In Aso Rock (Video)There are reports that a fire outbreak in the Presidential Villa in Aso Rock, Abuja has caused confusion among staffs in the villa.

According to SaharaReporters, the fire incident started at 4 pm as the fire service officials tried desperately to put it out.The security men were chasing people not to capture the incident, but I tried my best to capture it. The fire is still on,” a source said.

Although the cause of the fire is not yet known, fire service trucks have moved in and were seen in the villa.

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Breaking: COVID-19 cases decline sharply , deaths rise in Nigeria.

Daily COVID-19 cases in Nigeria took another deep plunge on Saturday, falling from 371 on Friday to a very new low of 195.

However the death toll in the last 24 hours jumped from three to 10.

According to the data published by NCDC early Sunday, the deaths were recorded in three states and the capital of Abuja.

Edo led with four fatalities to send its death toll to 180.

States decry poor safety compliance as Buhari, Osinbajo take COVID-19 vaccine jabs

A number of states, including Edo, Osun, Bauchi, Oyo, Zamfara and Cross River have expressed frustration at the poor compliance with COVID-19 safety protocols by their people.

The various state governments said this had led to the increased number of COVID-19 cases recorded by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control.

Don’t deter women from reaching peak of leadership, careers — NMA.

The Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), Lagos State chapter, has cautioned against various biases and stereotypes that could deter women from reaching their peak of leadership, careers or businesses.

Its Chairman, Dr Adetunji Adenekan, and Secretary, Dr Ime Okon, made the call in a statement they jointly signed in Lagos on Saturday.

They spoke ahead of the 2021 International Women’s Day slated to hold on March 8.

An Avoidable Strike

Following calls and interventions by well-meaning Nigerians, the Amalgamated Union of Foodstuff and Cattle Dealers of Nigeria, (AUFCDN) called off its boycott of markets in the southern part of the country in protest against the killing of its members and destruction of trucks and goods.

The AUFCDN embarked on the strike following failure by both the federal and South-west governments to consider its demands for the payment of N475billion as compensation for the loss of lives, trucks and goods incurred by its members during the EndSars protests as well as the recent clashes in Shasha, Ibadan.

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