Guardian Newspaper Headlines Today Friday 22nd May 2020

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Ganduje orders strict surveillance against criminals from Kaduna

…Arrests 30 Vehicles from Kaduna Kano State Government has directed security surveillance against infiltration of criminals and bandits from Kaduna into Kano. Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje who issued the directive to the state inter-state movement security committee declared that Kano cannot afford to contain “floods of kidnappers, armed robbers, cattle rustlers and vanguards of religious …
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Housewife, 18, says she killed husband to avoid defilement

A housewife, Salma Hassan, 18, who allegedly stabbed her husband to death, has said that she did that because she didn’t know that s** was part of marital obligations.
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COVID-19: National Hospital says no patient detained

The National Hospital Abuja (NHA) says no COVID-19 patient is being detained in the hospital.
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Salary deduction: Kaduna Government cautions health workers over proposed strike

Kaduna State Government has vowed to keep its health facilities running and protect staff willing to provide services to the public, in the event of any strike action by health workers.
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Immigration arrest 14 Togolese, 10 Nigerians at Ogun border

The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Ogun Command, has arrested 14 Togolese and 10 Nigerians at Ajilete and Ilase border posts in the state.
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FG insists on restrictions as governors, Muslims disagree

The Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 (PTF) yesterday urged state governors to exercise caution in relaxing restrictions, stressing that large gatherings beyond 20 persons remained prohibited.
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Lockdown, disruptions in supply chain trigger higher inflation

Disruptions in supply chain and Federal Government’s imposed lockdown in Lagos, Ogun and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, as well as other measures adopted by state governments may have triggered higher inflation in the country.
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PTF warns against panic buying of Hydrxoychloroquine

The Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 (PTF) yesterday cautioned Nigerians against panic buying of Hydrxoychloroquine, insisting that health and pharmaceutical authorities have not yet certified the drug for treatment of COVID-19 in Nigeria. It apologised to journalists, medical personnel and other essential workers, who have suffered one form of harassment or the other from security agents …
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Ayade lifts suspension on public worship in Cross River

Governor Ben Ayade has lifted ban on public worship in Cross River State. Ayade said the lifting of the about two months old ban was in consideration of the spiritual economy and in response to appeals by religious leaders in the state.
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Lagos has spent N800 million on COVID-19 testing, says commissioner

Lagos State government yesterday said it had conducted 16,000 COVID-19 tests so far at the average cost of N40,000 to N50,000. It, therefore, said it had spent averagely about N800 million on testing alone.
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