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"Those calling for restructuring are Ignorant" -Buhari
The United Arab Emirates has reinstated its ban on Nigerian fligts barely 48 hours after announcing resumption of flights to Nigeria. Though UAE authorities had initially fixed Wednesday, June 23, 2021, for resumption of flights to Nigeria, Emirates which is UAE flag carrier has again announced indefinite suspension of flights to Nigeria. A statement shared on the airline's website read; “In line with government directives, passenger flights to and from Nigeria (Lagos and Abuja) are suspended with effect from 21 June 2021 until further notice. “Customers travelling to and from Lagos and Abuja will not be accepted for travel. Customers who have been to or connected through Nigeria in the last 14 days are not permitted to board from any other point to the UAE. “We regret the inconvenience caused, and affected customers should contact their booking agent or Emirates call centre for rebooking. Emirates remains committed to Nigeria, and we look forward to resuming passenger services when conditions allow.”
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Pathologist Submits Autopsy Reports Of 99 Persons Killed During EndSARS Protests Chief Pathologist of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), John Obafunwa, have submitted autopsy reports of 99 persons killed during #EndSARS protests in the state to judicial panel of inquiry. Obafunwa, a professor of forensic pathology, was told to submit the autopsy reports at the last proceedings on June 5. On October 20, soldiers invaded the Lekki tollgate, where some demonstrators had gathered, and fired shots. Although the army initially denied its soldiers shot at unarmed protesters, the multitude of evidence presented by witnesses, including videos showed that soldiers shot at protesters. Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, who initially said no one died from the shooting, later said only two persons died. Several protesters, including those who have appeared before the judicial panel to give evidence that many people were killed at the Lekki tollgate and many injured, have insisted that some of the corpses were taken away by the soldiers. Speaking at the hearing of the judicial panel on June 6, Obafunwa said 99 bodies were recovered in the month of October 2020. He said out of the 99 bodies received, three were brought in from Lekki tollgate and the remaining bodies were received from other parts of the state including Surulere, Ikorodu, Ajah, Fagba, among others. He stated that the ethical practice, especially during a mass disaster or a situation where all sorts of speculations arise, is to carry out an x-ray before you put a knife to a body. The pathologist expressed; You need to look for hidden fractures or prosthesis. It will help if such is discovered because it will be circumstantial evidence to make you say that this body belongs to this person. We need to avoid sensationalism. If you look at a page in the report I submitted, all I did was to summarise. However, if I do an autopsy and I do not do radiography, you would tear me to pieces if I come to court with such a record. That is why I had to do everything, leaving nothing to chance. Further hearing was adjourned till June 26.
Why we told our children about their mom’s r*pe ordeal — Singer Timi Dakolo Singer Timi Dakolo has revealed that he and his wife, Busola, informed their kids about her r*pe ordeal when she spoke out about it in June 2019. Speaking during an interview with media personality, Toke Makinwa, Dakolo said, “Yes, we informed our kids. I think I raised my kids differently. Children love validation. My kids can talk to me and express themselves very well. I had to make them know that their mother is a superhero. I explained that it was a painful experience that happened when their mum was very young. They understood even though they might not know the gravity of what it was. They understood that something was happening. So, anytime they go to her, they give her a hug.”
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