NCDC – 437 New COVID-19 Cases Recorded In Nigeria
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) recorded 437 new cases of Coronavirus in Nigeria on Sunday, August 9.
According to statistics released by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), Lagos recorded 107 new cases followed by the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and Plateau which reported 91 and 81 cases respectively.
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Other states with new cases include Kaduna – 32, Ogun – 30, Kwara – 24, Ebonyi – 19, Ekiti – 17, Oyo – 8, Borno – 6, Edo – 6, Kano – 4, Nasarawa – 3, Osun – 3, Taraba – 3, Gombe – 2 and Bauchi – 1.
437 new cases of #COVID19Nigeria;
945 deaths pic.twitter.com/d70c7hFaHc
— NCDC (@NCDCgov) August 9, 2020
However, Nigeria now has 46,577 confirmed cases of the viral disease with 33,186 patients discharged so far. Sadly, 945 deaths have so far been recorded.
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Stamp Duty Account: You Lied – NIPOST Fires Back At FIRS
The management of the Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) on Sunday, August 9, reacted to the Federal Inland Revenue Service’s claim of operating an illegal Stamp Duty Account.
In addition, the FIRS in its statement last week had also threatened to ensure that all monies in the account were recovered, transferred into the Federation Account, and accounted for by NIPOST.
However reacting to the allegation in a statement titled ‘CBN Opened NIPOST Stamp Duty Account’, the postal agency stated that the Central Bank of Nigeria opened its stamp duty account by under the Treasury Single Account. CONTINUE READING……