Popular Ghanaian man of God, Rev. Obofour has added a brand new 2020 Rolls Royce to his fleet of cars.
Per our checks, this type of Roll Royce is worth N115million and aside from the price, the car was shipped to Ghana via air, which is quite different and very expensive than the normal delivery made by the sea.
According to reports, there are only 13 of the 2020 Rolls Royce and Rev. Obofour is a proud owner of one.
The founder and leader of the Anointed Palace Church is a well-known lover of luxurious cars as he has many of such cars at his disposal.
VIDEO: Nigerian Businessman Beaten To Death In India
A Nigerian man had been reportedly beaten to death in Palam, New Delhi, India.
According to reports, the businessman, identified as Sunny Mike, was beaten to death on Wednesday, May 27, 2020.
His brutal death has received the attention of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM).
Local media claimed Mike was beaten to death by a mob after an Indian lady accused him of theft, prompting passers-by to beat him till he passed out.
The businessman had died before the arrival of the police at the scene and his body was immediately moved to the morgue while friends and family members took to social media to demand justice.
Reacting to Sunny Mike’s death, a video of the brutal beating was shared by NIDCOM and disclosed that the Nigerian mission in India is aware and currently investigating the incident.
“Our attention has been drawn to above incident of a Nigerian brutally beaten up in Delhi, India.
The Nigerian mission in India is aware and are currently investigating the circumstances. We call on Nigeria Community in India to be calm as the Mission is aware.”
See the video below:
Gang Of Monkeys Attack Lab Assistant, Escape With COVID-19 Samples
A gang of monkeys attacked a laboratory assistant and escaped with a batch of coronavirus test samples, it has been reported.
The bizarre incident saw the troop of primates launch their assault near Meerut Medical College in Delhi, India.
According to local media, the animals then snatched COVID-19 test samples from three patients and fled.
One of the monkeys was later spotted in a tree chewing one of the sample collection kits, the Times of India reported – adding that test samples from the patients had to be taken again.
It is the latest example of the highly intelligent, red-faced rhesus macaques taking advantage of India’s nationwide lockdown to combat the spread of coronavirus.
While they have proved an increasing problem in urban areas of the country in recent years, lockdown measures in the last two months have emboldened the monkeys.
Reports have shown them congregating in parts of Delhi normally crowded with humans.
Kogi’s Controversial COVID-19 Index Case, Imam Of Kabba Dies
The family of the controversial Covid-19 index case in Kogi state, Chief Imam of Kabba, Sheikh Ahmad Abubakar Ejibunu, has confirmed that he died of coronavirus.
It would be recalled that there have been controversies over the two index cases recorded in Kogi state, as Kogi State Government and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) have been at loggerheads.
While NCDC insisted two cases were confirmed, the Government rejected the test results, saying the state is coronavirus-free.
But the family of Ejibunu told Kogi Government “to stop denying the obvious.”
Chief Tai Ejibunu, Obatebise of Oweland, in a statement by the family, said the Chief Imam exhibited symptoms of COVID-19 because he eventually tested positive after referral from the Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Lokoja.
In the statement titled, “The COVID-19 Case Infection: Matters Arising, the family said,: “Our attention has been drawn to the series of discussions going on concerning Covid-19 index case in Kabba and the identity of the index case.
“I wish to affirm, on behalf of Ejibunu family, that the Chief Imam of Kabba, Sheikh Ahmad Abubakar Ejibunu, was down with flu some few days back and he had to be hospitalised at the Specialist Hospital in Kabba.
“Further medical attention was sought at the Federal Medical Centre in Lokoja, as the flu did not abate after some days.
“At the FMC, he was referred to the National Hospital in Abuja and the test conducted on him by the NCDC showed that he was Covid-19 positive.
“The test conducted on one of his sons who had been with him since came out negative.”
It added: “The family would have come out to speak on the matter but we were not comfortable with the ding dong game going on between the NCDC and the Kogi State government.
“The family is concerned about the wellbeing of other and we wish to confirm that Covid-19 has found its way sadly into our community and the state.
“Therefore, no need for Kogi State government to deny the obvious.
“We would like to stress that the Chief Imam, of recent, had never ventured outside Kogi State by way of travelling outside the state. So, the ‘virus’ could have been contacted within.
We wish to advise our people to please abide by the protocols emplaced by the NCDC and play safe.
“The family is cooperating with the Kogi State government and the NCDC to stem the spread.
“This evening, contact tracing and testing of family members of the Chief Imam had begun.
“What we need from our people is empathy and no need for the acrimonious exchange of views and counter views.
“May God save Oweland and her people in particular and the state in general.”
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