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American Man Infected With Coronavirus After Licking Toilet Bowl [PHOTOS]

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An American man who participated in the fetish Coronavirus Challenge by licking toilet bowls, has caught the virus.

The man is reportedly crying at the hospital as he writhed in pain after contracting the disease that has killed thousands of people across the world.

He was seeing crying in hospital in another clip that he posted to Instagram.

British media personality, Piers Morgan blasted the “reckless stupidity” and claimed it was “karma” that he caught the deadly virus, although expressed sympathy for the health workers having to take care of him.

Piers also blasted a group of American who went to a ‘coronavirus party’ dressed as patients, doctors, and nurses, which has left one person seriously ill.

This comes after another American in Virginia was arrested on a terror charge for licking items on the shelves in Walmart.

Piers added:

“He has now been found, charged with I think an attempted act of terrorism and is facing five years in the slammer minimum which may stop him licking material for a while.”

The man’s action has also gotten social media users reacting to the horrible sight, with many saying the man and his cohorts should be kept in solitary confinements.

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3 Brothers Allegedly Kill Their Sibling Over Proceeds They Gathered From Their Mother’s Funeral In Imo

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Men of the Imo State Police Command are currently on the trail of three brothers, Patrick Obieshieke, Chinonso Obieshieke and John Erieka for allegedly killing their blood brother, Remigius Obieshieke, over money realized from the burial of their 75-year-old mother.

A statement released by the state police command spokesperson, Orlando Ikeokwu today May 25, said the incident happened last Friday May 22 at their father’s house in Umuolowoshe in Umuoshochie Autonomous Community in Obowo council area of Imo State.

“On the 22/05/2020 at about 0600 hrs, upon credible information, operatives of the Divisional Police Headquarters, Obowo, moved to Umuolowoshe, Umuoshochie Autonomous community, Obowo and it was discovered that the above named persons killed one Remigius Obieshieke during a disagreement arising from money realised for the burial of their mother late Angelina Obieshieke, 75 years old.

“Meanwhile effort is ongoing to arrest the fleeing suspects, while investigation has commenced in ernest” the statement read.

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Joe Igbokwe Removed As Lagos Igbo Leader

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Joe Igbokwe, the Special Adviser on Drainage and Water Resources to Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has been removed as the leader of the Ndigbo in Lagos State All Progressives Congress (APC).

Eze Ndigbo of Lagos State and Chairman of Ndigbo Council of Ndieze in Lagos, Christian Nwachukwu, made this known at a news conference on Sunday.

He said Joe Igbokwe had not advanced the cause of the ethnic group in Lagos since he became the leader of the group.

Nwachukwu, however, said the group had found a better leader in Jude Idimogu, the lawmaker representing Oshodi/Isolo State Constituency 2 in the House of Assembly.

The former spokesperson of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Lagos State chapter, Joe Igbokwe, has described himself as a Nigerian and not belonging to any ethnic group.

Joe Igbokwe, who stated this yesterday at the House of Assembly during the screening of the last batch of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu’s cabinet-nominees, lampooned those he described as ethnic bigots.

He hinted that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) vice presidential candidate, Peter Obi, was the reason for the attitude of easterners in the state during the last general election.

Lagos should take the lead and be more open to other ethnic groups by giving them political appointments, he asserted.

Jow Igbokwe said, “I’m proudly Nigerian; I don’t know about east, west, north or south. I have been in Lagos since 1985. My children were born here. It’s high time we started building this country.

“I get angry when people mention ethnicity. A young Nigerian lady was just made a minister in Britain. If I become the president of this country, nobody is going to fill form and put his state of origin. That’s the first thing I will do. It is when you take people for who they are that is when they will release their energy for the good of the country. One day, Nigerians will say, we are all Nigerians.

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They Give Us Only Food, No Drugs — Coronavirus Patients In Niger State

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Coronavirus patients in Niger state have called out the state government over alleged poor treatments meted to them at the isolation center in Minna.

According to The Nation, some of the patients who spoke to newsmen revealed that since their arrival at the isolation center, they have not received any single drugs for treatment of the disease.

One of the discharged patients who was picked up from Zumba in Shiroro local government said that he was tested positive and quarantined at the isolation centre and that he was expecting to be treated and given drugs throughout his stay at the isolation centre but none was administered to him.

“I expected that I will undergo some treatment, but apart from food, nothing was given to me in the form of treatment. They did not give me a single drug.

“They only give us food every day that is all. No single drug, not even paracetamol was given to me throughout the 14 days”, he said.

He further disclosed that his mother and other relations who were also picked up and quarantined with him were also treated shabbily.

He stated that after their discharge, they were not provided with transportation and were told to find their way adding that money for transportation was not given to them.

“They just came and asked us to go. They did not tell us how we would move neither did they consider that we may not have any money to transport us home.

“We trekked from the isolation centre at the back of the police secondary school to the main road. From there, we trekked to Dutsen Kuran Gwari before someone assisted us to Sabon Gari junction.

“It was at Sabon Gari that a commercial vehicle carried us to Zumba before we now borrowed money from our people to pay the driver”.

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