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Social distancing rule breached at burial ceremony of Ondo commissioner who died from Coronavirus (photos)

The burial ceremony of Ondo state's commissioner for health, Wahab Adegbenro, was held today July 3, however a major highlight of the event was violation of the social distancing rule as advised by health authorities to curb the spread of Coronavirus. Adegbenro died from COVID-19 complications at the state Infectious Disease Hospital in Akure, Ondo State capital on Thursday July 2.  Premium Times reported he died two days after handing over a report which confirmed Governor Akeredolu tested positive for Coronavirus to him.  Here are photos from his burial ceremony which took place in Akure;

Benue University VC tests positive for Coronavirus

Benue State University's Vice Chancellor, Professor Msugh Hembe has tested positive for Coronavirus. Hembe who confirmed this in a post he shared on Facebook, directed all staff of the university and close associates to undergo Coronavirus test and also to isolate themselves. He wrote in the Facebook post;     “On Monday, 29th June, 2020, my test result for COVID-19 returned positive.     “I have been in isolation since I found out on Monday about my positive exposure to the virus.     “Staff of Benue State University and close associates are advised to check themselves, isolate and be pragmatic. He warned everyone to take responsibility, adding that “the virus doesn’t move; we move it. Take responsibility.”

'Hubby will have to pay my bride price x2 because if I was a car, I haven’t been driven' - BBNaija's Thelma insinuates she's still a virgin at 27

Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Thelma has insinuated that she's still a virgin at the age of 27. The reality star took to her Twitter page to share these new photos of herself and then wrote: 'Hubby will have to pay my bride price x2... cos if I was a car, I haven’t been driven. Tear rubber.'

193 almajiria test positive for COVID-19 in Kano state

  A total of 193 Almajiris in Kano State have so far tested positive to COVID 19, according to the Kano state government.    Speaking at the COVID-19 press briefing held, Thursday, July 2, Kano State Commissioner of Education, Sanusi Mohammed Kiru disclosed that a total of 1860 persons were quarantined in three locations in the state, out of which 193 of them tested positive.    Sanusi who is also the head of the state government’s committee on the rehabilitation of almajiris, explained that 86 of them tested positive at Gabasawa Quarantine camp, 68 tested positive in Karaye while 38 tested positive in Kiru.    He expressed happiness at the initiative to isolate the almajiris in the state, adding that state efforts at tackling the dreaded disease would have been worse off if they were allowed to continue to spread the disease in these communities.      He recalled that so far the state has repatriated a total of 1183 Almajirs to the rest of the states in the region such as J