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Lockdown: We are still searching for Naira Marley – Police

The Lagos State Police Command says Naira Marley had yet to honour its invitation over a house party he attended in contravention of the lockdown order in Lagos State.

Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele, had on Saturday hosted a party in honour of her husband, Abdulrasheed Bello, called JJC.

When the video of the party leaked, the police arrested the actress and have arraigned she and her husband in court.

The Police Public Relations Officer, Bala Elkana, has now confirmed that Naira Marley is yet to arrive at the State Criminal Investigation Department, Yaba, where he is expected to make himself available.

Libya's former prime minister dies from coronavirus

Libya’s former interim Prime Minister Mahmoud Jebril has died from coronavirus, according to his political party.

The 67-year-old contracted the virus in Egypt in late March and died at a hospital in Cairo, according to his aide.

He was in power as head of the National Transitional Council during months of civil war in 2011 which led to the ousting of former long-time ruler Colonel Muammar Gaddafi.

Libya’s internationally recognised government in Tripoli offered its condolences in a statement that described Mr Jebril as a “national figure”.

Woman kills husband after quarrel over food, then rips out her own intestines in suicide bid

A somber mood has engulfed Ikoli Village in Malava Constituency, Kakamega County, Kenya after a 25-year-old woman killed her 36-year-old husband before attempting suicide.

Joy Indeche fatally stabbed Bryan Indimuli multiple times in the stomach before turning the kitchen knife on herself.

The couple is said to have quarreled after a piece of ugali fell on the floor on Friday night, April 3.

Indimuli’s father, John Indimuli, said his son complained after Indeche tripped over a chair and the ugali, which she was carrying, fell on the floor.


“My son suspected his wife had taken alcohol, hence her wobbly feet, which led to her tripping over and resulting in the fall of the ugali,” said the deceased’s father.

Enraged by her spouse’s complaints and attempt to cane her, the woman is said to have picked a kitchen knife and drove it into his abdomen repeatedly.

She, thereafter, attempted to commit suicide by stabbing herself.

However, she was rescued by neighbours and taken to the Kakamega County Referral Hospital, where she is fighting for her life.

“Her intestines were ripped out,” said Ikoli Assistant Chief Walter Moses Namutali.

The deceased’s father, John Indimuli, told K24 Digital that the marriage between his son and Indeche was filled with unending conflicts.

“One year ago, the two had gone separate ways before reuniting. My son had married Indeche when she had a daughter from a previous relationship. The two would, thereafter, get a son together,” said John Indimuli.

COVID-19: Nigeria Medical Association rejects FG’s decision to invite Chinese doctors

More reactions have continued to trail the Federal Government’s decision to invite medical doctors from China to assist in managing COVID-19 cases in the country.

The latest of such reactions is coming from the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA) who described the action as an embarrassment to its members.

In a statement on Monday, the union said it is dismayed about the decision of the Federal Government to invite doctors from China, when the Chinese government is still battling with the pandemic.


According to the statement, Nigeria has a large pool of unemployed general medical and specialist practitioners that the government can engage instead of foreigners who can pose some security concerns at this time.

The NMA advised the government to concentrate on improving the welfare of front-line health workers, provide them with the needed personal protective equipment and other incentives to work.

In its communique, the NMA stated that it would like to review her participation in the fight against COVID-19 considering the serious implications and risks this will bring to their members should the government insist on invitation.