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N-Power releases names of pre-selected 2017 N-TEACH [FULL LIST]

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N-Power Teach Pre Selection List 2017
In the order of REFERENCE NUMBER; FIRST NAME; MIDDLE NAME; LAST NAME
N-TEACH-2017-00000357128 Pre-selected NWAEGUZORO ONYEKACHI EMMANUEL
N-TEACH-2017-000001948174 Pre-selected Confidence Marazere Nelson
N-TEACH-2017-000001300241 Pre-selected Nwalangwa Nnamdi Evans
N-TEACH-2017-000002310437 Pre-selected IKEANUMBA AKUDO ADANNA
N-TEACH-2017-000002456617 Pre-selected Emily Ijeoma Okoye
N-TEACH-2017-000001655344 Pre-selected Chidinma Confidence Okpara
N-TEACH-2017-000001610827 Pre-selected NGOZI THERESA UKPO
N-TEACH-2017-000001372510 Pre-selected NDUBUISI OKORIE
N-TEACH-2017-000002349418 Pre-selected Prince A. Lucky
N-TEACH-2017-000001000569 Pre-selected Martins Nwankpa
N-TEACH-2017-000002040190 Pre-selected Timothy Chidinma Chiaghalam
N-TEACH-2017-00000428182 Pre-selected ANYIM NKEIRU FAVOUR
N-TEACH-2017-0000079266 Pre-selected Eneogwe Ekeoma
N-TEACH-2017-00000802228 Pre-selected UZUEGBU JENNIFER CHIKA
N-TEACH-2017-000001350846 Pre-selected Nwanganga Prince Blessing
N-TEACH-2017-000001603782 Pre-selected Ugwuala Enyinna Michael
N-TEACH-2017-00000316369 Pre-selected NWOKO MICHAEL OKECHUKWU
N-TEACH-2017-000001138903 Pre-selected UDOKANMA AMADI NWOSU
N-TEACH-2017-000001278434 Pre-selected Elendu Uchechi Genevieve
N-TEACH-2017-000002366957 Pre-selected Chidiebere Enerenwa
N-TEACH-2017-000001617649 Pre-selected Emmanuel Chukwujekwu Okwu
N-TEACH-2017-00000233585 Pre-selected iheanyi harrison iheanyi ubamadu
N-TEACH-2017-000004267 Pre-selected Ihemere Ikechukwu
N-TEACH-2017-00000273715 Pre-selected OKORO DAVID UKPAI
N-TEACH-2017-000001360678 Pre-selected SAMUEL OBASI ONWUKA
N-TEACH-2017-000002091058 Pre-selected ADAKU UTEH
N-TEACH-2017-00000576816 Pre-selected ubani fineface chibuike
N-TEACH-2017-000001715862 Pre-selected Erondu Nneka Jessica. V
N-TEACH-2017-00000460731 Pre-selected GODSTIME HILLARY BASSEY
N-TEACH-2017-000001281270 Pre-selected Igboegbunam Amarachi Lovelin
N-TEACH-2017-000002173187 Pre-selected Emejuru Joy Chidinma
N-TEACH-2017-000002066224 Pre-selected NMASICHI PERPETUA KALAYOR
N-TEACH-2017-000002328559 Pre-selected Nwagbara Ezinwanyi Ugochi
N-TEACH-2017-00000421622 Pre-selected UKA NGOZI OGBUKA
N-TEACH-2017-00000708330 Pre-selected IHEUKO MARTINA CHIJIOKE
N-TEACH-2017-000001037317 Pre-selected chika queen ugorji
N-TEACH-2017-000001355552 Pre-selected Nwanganga Michael Ifeanyi
N-TEACH-2017-000002178402 Pre-selected AMARACHI GRACE WALTER
N-TEACH-2017-00000328606 Pre-selected CHISOM QUEEN MADUGBA
N-TEACH-2017-000001116136 Pre-selected Ogbonna Christian
N-TEACH-2017-000002251251 Pre-selected OGECHUKWU JONATHAN EZEBEKEE
N-TEACH-2017-00000846358 Pre-selected NATHAN GABRIEL CHINEDU

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Nigeria records 500% increase in COVID-19 infections, in 2 weeks, says NCDC

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Nigeria recorded a 500 per cent increase in COVID-19 cases over the past two weeks across the country.

This is contained in a statement issued and signed by the Director-General of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control(NCDC), Dr Ifedayo Adetifa, in Abuja.

Adetifa attributed the 500 per cent increase in infections in the country to the COVID-19 Delta and Omicron variants.

“As of Dec. 19, Nigeria reported 223,887 cases and 2,985 deaths in the 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory.

“The country is now in a fourth COVID-19 wave.

“The Federal Government of Nigeria, through the Presidential Steering Committee on COVID-19, the Federal Ministry of Health, as well as NCDC and its partners, are therefore intensifying risk communication efforts to remind Nigerians of the risk we face and need to take collective responsibility to reduce transmission of the virus.

“The response to COVID-19 requires a whole-of-society approach. Therefore, individuals, families and institutions also need to play their part in protecting each other by ensuring adherence to COVID-19 public health and social measures,” he explained.

He also disclosed that the NCDC was launching its yuletide season campaign themed #CelebrateResponsibly as part of the #TakeResponsibility campaign which began in February 2020.

“#CelebrateResponsibly focuses specifically on measures Nigerians need to take to protect themselves and loved ones from COVID-19 during this period.

“The #CelebrateResponsibly campaign targets the entertainment industry, transport industry, religious settings, media, security personnel, young people, and the general public to promote adherence to COVID-19 preventive measures during this festive period,” he added.

He urged Nigerians to adhere to recommended measures by the agency and other public health authorities, as they celebrate Christmas and New Year.

“Please avoid all non-essential travel within and outside Nigeria to reduce the risk of transmission.

“The virus that causes COVID-19 is more likely to spread in mass gatherings especially when held indoors with full capacity and poor ventilation.

“We strongly recommend outdoor events with physical distancing, compulsory use of facemasks, and provision of handwashing facilities or hand sanitisers.

“Please make use of every opportunity provided to get vaccinated against COVID-19,” he advised.

The NCDC boss noted that the government had made the COVID-19 vaccines available for all eligible citizens and booster doses available for those previously vaccinated.

The Celebrate Responsibly campaign which spans from the Christmas holiday through to the start of the new year, he said, emphasises the responsibility of all Nigerians, the government, private sector, institutions, associations, communities, families and individuals in combating the COVID-19 pandemic.

Religious leaders and heads of institutions, organisations and businesses, he added, are urged to enforce public compliance to COVID-19 preventive measures in their jurisdiction.

“COVID-19 continues to threaten the lives and the livelihoods of Nigerians therefore we must not let our guards down this festive season.

“We urge Nigerians to take all precautions necessary to ensure we and our loved ones live to celebrate many more events and festivities.

“The campaign includes the production of key messages, audio and visual materials for wide dissemination.

“The NCDC urges all individuals, traditional and religious leaders, business owners, the media, transport workers and other institutions and sectors to join the campaign by adopting the key messages and sharing within their networks,” he said.

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Nigeria records three more cases of Omicron variant, total now six

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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Tuesday announced the discovery of three additional cases of the Omicron variant in the country.

The agency had on Wednesday detected the first three cases of the variant. With Tuesday’s discovery, the total number of the omicron variant cases in Nigeria stands at six.

Last week, Canada after it said it detected three cases with travel history to Nigeria, banned travellers from the country.

Also, on Saturday the United Kingdom placed a travel ban on Nigeria following the discovery of 21 Omicron cases with travel history to Nigeria.

On Tuesday, the NCDC, in a statement signed by its Director General, Ifedayo Adetifa stated that three additional cases of the variant had been discovered.

He said, “The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has confirmed three more cases of COVID-19 with the B.1.1.529 SARS-CoV-2 lineage, i.e., the Omicron variant, in Nigeria. In addition to the three cases announced earlier on 1st December 2021, this brings the total number of confirmed cases of the Omicron variant detected in Nigeria to six .”

The NCDC also added that it had been notified by the UK of seven cases of the omicron variant which were linked to passengers from Nigeria.

Meanwhile, the Nigerian Governor’s Forum has condemned the stigmatization of Nigeria by the United kingdom and Canada by placing travel ban on the country, describing it as precipitate, unfair and discriminatory.

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Omicron: Canada issues travel ban on Nigeria, others

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Canadian authorities have issued a travel ban on Nigeria in a bid to curb the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant.

The announcement was made on Tuesday December 30. Other countries affected by the travel ban include South Africa, Namibia, Lesotho, Botswana, Eswatini, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Nigeria, Malawi and Egypt.

Canadian Transport Minister, Omar Alghabra, has said foreign nationals who had been to these countries in the previous 14 days would be temporarily banned from entering Canada.

Alghabra added that Canadians and permanent residents who have been in the 10 countries, even those who are fully vaccinated, must also be tested before entering Canada.

This is coming as the Nigeria Center for Disease and Control (NCDC) announced that two cases of Omicron variant had been detected in the country.

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