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"lagos" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"lagos" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

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"lagos" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"lagos" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Design week Lagos is underway. Started in 2019, the event aims to platform contemporary talent from across the African continent and showcase local materials and techniques. This shows producer mainly Evans, caught up with the festival's founder, titi ogle ferry to find out more. Is my life work to actually champion contemporary African design. I began my career as an interior designer product designer and Lagos. And like many of my counterparts, I spent most of my life sourcing from everywhere else in the world, just sourcing from Italy from the states and just thinking about the way the industry has evolved. If you think about music, fashion, literally baptistic movement. You notice that most of them have gained global recognition. But when it comes to African design, a lot of people don't know much about what's going on here. And I looked at that was a huge gap. I looked at what was going on because I mean, I live in the continent because I live here. I see it every day. And you see people doing amazing things and no one knows what they're doing. You just get them when you need to do stuff. You're okay, I'm trying to do this. And we're naturally creative. So I thought that was a gap that needed to be filled. So for interiors for product design and is an important for me, it's an important work. Because you have so many so many so many creatives. Designing for themselves. I mean, there are other issues we have, we don't have manufacturers, but they design and produce this work. So for me, it was just something that needed to be done. I know what's Trump said. So this is theme is design revolution. So I wonder what kind of change is what kind of shifts in the world are the designers featured this year, looking to dream up or to instigate in the future. So one of the things that most people have seen when it comes to African design is more traditional African design. That's what most people know. In fact, I'll just pause and talk about the Ankara fabric. So the uncertain fabric are the patterns they actually, like I said, they're Dodge. They're the fabrics that a lot of people portray African wax. You know the African wax. That's what they've been calling it. But it's more bold colors, more patterns that are not necessary geometric. Some of them are fluid. So I would say, and car fabrics are they call them the African wax or Holland wax. They're a 100% curtain, but we have lots of vibrant patterns. They're really colorful. And they associated with Africans. Living there for lots of designers actually use them. I've seen Louis Vuitton use them. I've seen lots of international brands use them and actually portray as African. Growing up, I see a lot of people see and care fabric is African. It's actually not African as Dutch. And I know that it was something that was done, I think it filled in the Philippines and it became popular in Africa. But that's actually not the identity. Just kind of thinking through as an African that lives in Africa, sometimes we love. Sometimes you look and say, why do they have you seen a lion? Have you seen animals? Do we jump on trees? And I mean, we get on Twitter. We do everything, which is developing but we are not what most people think and for me it was just something that a lot of people were breaking out of what they felt, people were already portraying African design as I would say. So when you see a lot of people put colors so they just see Africa and let's just splash a lot of colors. But there are lots of neutrals. If you know much about the African colors, there are lots of earthy colors. Beige just graze, you know, just not what people think. So we had a lot of designers just saying, you know what, let's actually show because it's very easy for you to say, oh, but that's not what it is. But what is it? So you have the opportunity to actually show break out of what people think and now show what you want people to see. You want to show them more neutral colors, clean lines, geometric patterns. So that's really what we're showing. Even though we know that we have the traditional craftsmanship, but we all live in a digital world today. We can draw influences from the past, but we're living in this world. So we want to be able to showcase that. So that can continent is abundant in raw materials as bamboo, there's leather copper, brass, bronze. But much of these materials are exported. I wondered how design week Lagos is maybe showcasing the potential for these local materials and maybe inspiring designers and how they could be used and for more of it to stay within the continent rather than sort of be flown here and there across the globe. A lot of the raw materials we have are taking aboard why? Because one there's not much research done on this different materials. So a lot of people don't know how to use them. That's one. Secondly, the whole process. There's a whole process that has to do with manufacturing. Everywhere else in the world, there's a clear value chain, but in Africa, there's none. So you find out you have someone that is trying to design something and they have to kind of use everything. You have to take the materials. You have to understand them. So it's like you're a Jack of all chief Master of None. So most of them actually struggle. Also, the manufacturing is a really, really, really major challenge because we don't, I don't know, for some reason, we haven't really developed the manufacturing. We've not had a real industrial revolution. So it's just easy for people to design and just take them to Italy and just take them or just bring them back to Africa and buy. I mean, let's use leather, for example, in Africa, we like all the designer bags and things. But some of these major brands actually come to candle get the leather and take them and we buy them as finished goods. The reason this happens is because like I said, they're only selling the raw materials. That's it. No one's doing anything with them. We have a few people struggling, but it is a constraint manufacturing.

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Scores Abducted in Latest School Kidnapping in North Nigeria

Dennis Prager

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Scores Abducted in Latest School Kidnapping in North Nigeria

"Government abducted scores of Children from school, the northwest Nigeria the second kidnapping from school in the country's north within a week. The Lagos based Guardian newspaper. Quoting an eyewitness at a school staff member said about 70 Children were abducted from the school by Muslim

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"With the demand for bodies to oversee and manage affairs bordering around gender based violence women at risk founder. Dr cami the silver touched based on factors that better diagnose -ation right he said. I established the nonprofit worth women at risk international foundation in two thousand sixteen that i've been working with women as my target audience for twenty years being a practicing consultant gynaecologist and working in the public. Space in nigeria. The very first thing. You recognize olive disenfranchised garden women being seen many time in public sector hospitals only very recently. Have we started to establish specialized.

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Year february of twenty twenty just before the declaration of the lockdown In much in some of to the total of twenty four states as february of twenty twenty had reported roughly three hundred ninety cases incidences of jesse's but by the middle of april just two weeks after knockdown gender based violence incidents had spiked to seven hundred ninety four from less of the total number that i had reported elliott had reports in february in some instances some of our centers had experienced had interacted with about five at the beginning of two thousand twenty by the middle of april with seeing hundred either reported cases or things that had to just leave the house and find a way to get to the sense. Highlighting the structure shadow pandemic miss tolson keeble touchdown processes and more so several things wake kickstarts at the same time during the twenty twenty covid nineteen incident ranging from engaging with a stick critical stakeholders of like the private sector like institutions setting up one stop centers engaging directly through women's movement. We the presidential task because at the beginning of that now there wasn't any concrete plan in place to ten to east incidences of gender based apartments. Because there was complete lockdown people wish shot in seemingly with the enemy. You know the perpetrator and the victim would go out in the morning. Usually you come back at night but suddenly your home. Twenty four hours. Seen each other and so found lance prevailed and so because people couldn't access services they would get to the rule. The police will turn them back. The women's movement came together and onto the joint. Un's might initiative came up with a joint statements that had almost three hundred signatures across. Thank you so. The presidential task say we need gender-based violence to be recognized as chen violence response to be recognized as essential service.

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French Cops Hunt International Gang Of Lego Thieves

Weird AF News

02:00 min | 1 year ago

French Cops Hunt International Gang Of Lego Thieves

"Say they're building a case against an international gang of toy thieves. These aren't your ordinary toy. Thieves the very specific specializing in stealing. Only legos they have warned specialty shops and even parents to be aware of a global underground trade legos. I had no idea legos. Were worth so much money. I'm going to call my mother. Make go in the attic. Mom go up in the attic and find my goes okay. What do you want me to do now via legos. Forty and do and no one wants legos. No one place with legos anymore. What are you frigging. I was impression on my mother but it wasn't that accurate now. This alert comes after officers arrested. Three people a woman in two men you all you call this your international gang of thieves two men and a woman. They arrested them in the process of stealing boxes of legos from toy store outside of paris under questioning the suspects all from poland reportedly admitted that they were part of a bigger team. Specializing in stealing legos sought by i mean. Can't you just by legos on amazon. I didn't realize that liberals were so rare. Here's a quote from an investigator in france. Zilog community isn't just a made up of children. There are numerous adults who play with zella goes. There are legal swaps legal sales on the internet. We've also had people complaining. Zero homes have been broken into in lagos have been stolen and right from their homes. Can you believe it. In the firm's this gang were first reported in november twenty nineteen and again in february twenty twenty the same gang sitcom to france. They set up in the hotels in the paris region. Then they set about the rating toy stores before returning to poland to sell off their lego hall.

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Oxford University To Begin Trial On Mixed Vaccines

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Oxford University To Begin Trial On Mixed Vaccines

"The university of oxford is to start to trial combining vaccines made by astrazeneca. And it's an order to introduce more flexibility and speed in vaccinating the world but it comes to switzerland has said it needs more data before it approves the oxford astor's annika job despite both the uk and the eu not only approving it but fighting last week over. Getting hold of enough doses. Let's hear from dr chris smith monocle twenty health and science correspondent. Good morning chris. Good to have you back. How does this work then when you combine to actions well this technique is good hetero lagos vaccination quantum mouthful. But what it basically means. Is you give persons one jab of one time and then a bit later on after three four weeks twelve weeks you give them a totally different vaccine. But also on the designed to program the immune system against coronavirus. We've been doing this thing fractured decades for different kinds of infections. And it works really well and the reason. It probably works very well. Is that when you go to school and you learn your lessons you then learn how much you've learned when you sit in the exam whole basically it's knowledge but it's being applied tested and stressed in a different way and it sort of similar with how the immune response works to Seeing one kind of stimulus decry navarre's than another one. And you make them much more. Resilient and robust response that way or at least not as the theory that's the outstanding knowledge. We haven't tried it with krona var so to make sure that what we assume is happening. That's why the government is putting forward this seven million initiative to find

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How To Use Your Brand As A Sales Tool

Accelerate Your Business Growth

05:31 min | 1 year ago

How To Use Your Brand As A Sales Tool

"My guest is laura reese. Laura teaches entrepreneurs and small businesses had a used. Their brand is a powerful sales tool and as a way to accelerate the sales cycle over the past twenty years she's worked as brand strategist happy writer and creative director. Supporting some of the world's most recognizable brands some of the world's smallest companies and lots of organizations in between. Thanks so much for joining me today. Laura thank you diana. I'm so glad to be here. I'm thrilled to have you here. We're gonna be talking about Using your brand is a sales tool. And so i think i'd like to start with asking you to define what a brand as well. I hear a lot of people say no well. We have a logo. So we're good as far as branding. But i think that a brand is about a lot more than that. It's about the total experience that your customers have with you with your business. Lagos definitely part of that because it ideally should represent an reflect that that experience. But it's just a really small piece so at a base level and especially for small businesses. Your brand is going to boil down to two things. The first thing is how your company serves customers. So that's how you solve their problems. How you meet their needs how you help them achieve their dreams goals and then the second thing is how you express that externally. Let me think about a big brands like nike. I love that example. Because they're so ubiquitous and everyone so familiar. What their swoosh and their tagline the way that they really serve customers is they provide shoes in athletic. Wear that's designed to enhance performance on. It gives you confidence to play at a high level. Let's not very sexy to stay right. So even though that's the foundation of what they do the way they express that is by showing you ask needs and by saying. Just do it okay. So let's talk about like the. Are there similarities between like the nike brand and a brand for a small business. Are there differences. The tana's definitely so when you think about a brand for any size of business you're going to have a set of foundational things. That are the same so nike knows. Its customer nike knows. What messages resonate. It knows its personality. It has a set visual and verbal tools that it follows in every execution of its brand same holds true for a small business that these are the same foundational elements that i teach my clients. When we go through my branding framework. you know. It's the same thing to finding your customer knowing your messages knowing your personality in how you execute that the biggest differences that you're going to see is the scale at which you can execute your marketing tactics so nike can. We're lebron jeans and serena williams that you probably don't have that kind budget as business. Great okay so that makes so much sense to me now. Oh shoot. I just had a question totally left my head Oh i know what it was when you were talking about defining your client. I find that companies are reluctant. I will stay that business. Owners are sometimes reluctant to engage in that sort of definition. Because they're afraid they're going to leave people out or leave you know companies out customers out that that they wanna be pretty broad. It's so common. And i think that that fear is real. I faced it myself as i've defined my brand for my own business. You wanna make sure that you can help a lot of different people but what you're really doing when you are talking in generalities is you're saying things that are kind of the noah and no one is going to pay attention to so the more tightly you can zero in on your target customer the more you can know that person to know their their pains. Pablo what it's gonna look like for them. If those problems are solved the more that you were gonna stand out to that person and you know if you think about one target client. It sounds crazy because of course you need more than one client business running but when you create your brand and then the marketing that follows from that if you have one specific person in mind that you are talking to. It's just going to be so much more concrete and so much more real have so much more emotion and passion that is going to be communicated to everyone is going to be so much more effective for you Right 'cause the messaging is so specifically targeted to that audience.

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California governor gives somber outlook as virus cases reach nearly 1 million

Morning Edition

01:10 min | 2 years ago

California governor gives somber outlook as virus cases reach nearly 1 million

"Has surpassed more than 10 Million Corona virus cases and looks like it's on track to hit record hospitalizations here in California Cove in 19 cases are increasing as well. And yesterday in a press conference, Governor Gavin Newsom warned the public once again. About the dangers of pandemic complacency. Committee politics, correspondent Teresa Lagos, says Mohr Governor Newsome struck a measure tone, noting that while California is seeing rising numbers and all of the key areas, including positivity rates, and I C u bed admissions that the state has the capacity to handle the increased caseload. Newsome warrant, however, that several counties may have to dial back reopening plans this week after spikes in those areas. He didn't specify which counties, Newsom says it's obvious why cases started climbing again in October. People are letting their guard down there taking their masks off. They're starting to get together outside of their household cohorts. They're starting to see business is reopened, and we're starting again to see more people mixing, the governor says As it gets colder, he expects to see more of that mixing and potentially more cases for the California report. Teresa Lagos.

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California Votes To Keep Criminal Justice Changes

All Things Considered

03:41 min | 2 years ago

California Votes To Keep Criminal Justice Changes

"Was a good day for criminal justice reformers. In California statewide voters resoundingly defeated a ballot measure that would have rolled back some reforms. And voted to give people on parole the right to vote in the Bay Area. Six police Accountability measures enjoyed strong support, and San Francisco's former district attorney, George Gascon, appears to be winning in his challenge to the more conservative sitting Los Angeles D A. But voters did reject an attempt to end money bail. Here to sort out what All this means is cake politics correspondent Marissa Lagos. Marissa, You have been covering criminal justice reform efforts in California for over a decade now, were you surprised by these results? You know, I wasn't surprised Hera. But I do think that it is a huge win for the reform side of things. I mean, we've heard for years ever since some of these changes started coming through both legislatively and at the ballot box. A lot of pushback from law enforcement and other folks who saw them is going to far and I think that voters weighing in s O decisively on both proposition 20 rejecting some of these rollbacks of reforms and also on some of these police oversight measures really does show a shift an opinion. I spoke to Kate Chatfield, she's policy director at the Justice Collaborative, which is a national pro reform group. She knows that proposition. 20 wasn't even close. Even though law enforcement worked really hard to make the case to voters standing is all the usual cards in the deck. You know the Willie Horton playbook, crime is increasing the fear based mailers in the voter saw through them. And Kate, of course, is referring to that. 1988 Presidential Willie Horton ad The really helped Republicans win and I think that you know, while the No 1 20 side spend a lot more money than the outside, and I think some folks see that is, you know, money talks. I do think that Given how much we've heard talked about these issues that voters it seems like they knew what they were weighing in on and just didn't want, Teo turn the tide back the other direction. Yeah, you know, proposition 25 that was aimed at Indian cash. Bail was pretty suddenly defeated. What happened there? Yeah, This is a really interesting one. I mean, I think there's a couple things happening. One is that you didn't have the same coalition on the left really backing this reform. There's a schism with a lot of people kind of on the more progressive wing of The Democratic Party. The bail industry also spent a lot of money on this, and I think that the combination of them targeting folks in places like Riverside County and more conservative counties with some of the doubt that was cast by progressives probably was the reason they were able to build this coalition against prop 25. But it does feel like if you look at the kind of universe of all these that that is a bit of an outlier. It was a very complicated questions, so that may have been part of it. So do you think these results could actually encourage state lawmakers to go even further in the future? I do. Although I don't expect to see any dramatic huge reforms come out of the Legislature. I think we'll see what we've seen in years past, which is piecemeal attempts to kind of dismantle some of the harsher sentencing laws. I do think from the outside that we're going to see more pressure from advocacy groups to push the Legislature further. It's worth noting that just before the election The Sisters of Polly class who was one of the crime victims who has really helped spur the three strikes movement in California, came out to say that they want to see reforms and that they are unhappy with the way three strikes when the way their sister's name was used. So lawmakers may not go as far as voters, but they're going to get some pressure. Well, thanks

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"lagos" Discussed on The Creativity Campus Podcast

The Creativity Campus Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on The Creativity Campus Podcast

"I don't know how to make money from are like the family in the town I grew up in there wasn't really anyone around Lagos. Say that was an artist making money. So it didn't seem like a realistic career option and I'll see the internet wasn't a thing then so you couldn't just go online and see other people around you. All you could do was see him around you like within your town so as well that's not career. So I'm going to have to somehow make something I can still be creative yet used kind of maths and physics. And so at that point I decided maybe architecture the right route to go. Okay, because it's allowing me to still be creative use a pencil in theory of nullification really on the computer but home and then use that kind of math physics side of it and merge it together and that's a high-paying career. I could potentially go to there. So yeah can pick that for my levels and then went to University students interior architecture and then came out of University in 2009. Just after the last recession here and just like the architecture industry. No one was really employing. I was just sending out CVS every day and it was just like a dog Nothing was happening..

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France Could Announce Tougher Coronavirus Measures This Week

Newscast - Africa

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

France Could Announce Tougher Coronavirus Measures This Week

"Kingdom is insisting on probing the shooting of ensigns protesters in the lucky area of Lagos and similar incidents during the demonstrations the UK Kingdom High Commission in Algeria in a sweet and Monday evening equally explained that it is working with stakeholders to ensure Justice is served the high commission added that they remain concerned by acts of looting and violence and flag of Manchuria and urged Security Services. Use restraint. As order is restored wage doesn't he's out this time when Africa Business Radio, you can continue to listen live online and stop you. W w. Africa business radio.com or via our mobile app.

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Crew safe, 7 detained after UK special forces raid tanker

BBC World Service

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Crew safe, 7 detained after UK special forces raid tanker

"Commanders of cedar tanker off the south coast of England, detaining a group of stories who threatened the crew. The nine minute operation, which involved helicopters and seven been taken into custody, Jonathan View reports. The Liberian flag tanker. Andromeda was on route from Lagos in Nigeria when the alarm was raised. A special boat service team were placed on standby to prepare a rescue mission. When it was dark. The 16 16 strong strong S S P P s s team team flew flew by by full full rule

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UN Rights Chief Calls for Justice After Nigerian Soldiers Kill Protesters

BBC World Service

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

UN Rights Chief Calls for Justice After Nigerian Soldiers Kill Protesters

"High Commissioner for Human Rights. Michelle Bachelet is calling for an investigation of Nigerian armed forces following attacks that killed at least a dozen protesters this week in Lagos. Mrs. Flynt has this story from Geneva closed circuit TV cameras and lighting reportedly were deliberately disabled prior to the shooting if confirmed, Human rights spokesman Rupert Colville says that means theater AC on peaceful protesters was premeditated, planned and coordinated the Bottom line here is endemic problem with security forces in Nigeria that need to be sorted out because what were these protests about? They were about Police force that was Killing people. Raping women extorting money. For years, Nigeria's army has dismissed as fake news reports that soldiers were behind the killings. You and rights Chief watch ladies calling for perpetrators of these crimes to be brought to justice for NPR News. I'm Lisa Schlein in Geneva, Poland's

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Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

Morning Edition

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

"For weeks, young Nigerians have been out in the streets, protesting police violence and a lack of economic opportunity. And then on Tuesday night in Lagos, the military shot at them and killed 12 people. NPR's Africa correspondent Peter Peralta has been following this story from Nairobi. The governor of Legos somewhat hollow tried to calm tensions yesterday, saying he had ordered an investigation into the actions of security forces. I wantto once again. And passionately from detect off my heart, a pew toe active in Eudes. You are Protestants that please. Peace. A A chance. chance. But But the the governor governor also also said said protesters protesters had had not not been been killed. killed. Even Even as as he he spoke, spoke, his his city burned. Angry mobs set the port Authority building on fire. They broke into police stations grabbing furniture cabinets. Setting those are Missy International says it has documented 56 deaths since protests against police brutality began about two weeks ago. Demonstrators. Complaints have broadened to include corruption and the lack of jobs. The protests are the biggest in Nigeria in decades, the rights group says. On Tuesday. The military systematically targeted protesters turning off streetlights and security cameras before they opened fire on a gathering on Lagos is Leckie Bridge. But on Wednesday, demonstrators returned to the bridge and protests erupted nationwide in a number up up in in south south eastern eastern Nigeria. Nigeria. A A small small group group gathered gathered for for a a candlelight candlelight memorial memorial video video mourned and read the names of young Nigerians killed by police.

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Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

Morning Edition

01:47 min | 2 years ago

Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

"That please. Peace. A chance. But the governor also said protesters had not been killed. Even as he spoke, his city burned. Angry mobs set the port Authority building on fire. They broke into police stations, grabbing furniture cabinets setting those on Amnesty International says it has documented 56 deaths since protests against police brutality began about two weeks ago. Demonstrators. Complaints have broadened to include corruption and the lack of jobs. The protests are the biggest in Nigeria in decades, the rights group says. On Tuesday. The military systematically targeted protesters turning off streetlights and security cameras before they opened fire on a gathering on Lagos is Leckie Bridge. But on Wednesday, demonstrators returned to the bridge and protests erupted nationwide in the number up up in in south south eastern eastern Nigeria. Nigeria. A A small small group group gathered gathered for for a a candlelight candlelight memorial. memorial. You You mourned and read the names of young Nigerians killed by police.

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Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

Morning Edition

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Nigeria's Lagos shut down after at least 12 protesters killed

"Marched in New York yesterday to demonstrate against police violence in Nigeria. Officers in that country all opened fire on protesters early this week in Los Lagos, Thie The country's largest city, killing at least 12 people. Amnesty International says at least 56 people have died during two weeks of demonstrations in Nigeria. Protesters there are calling for the disbandment of a police unit that's been accused of corruption and human rights abuses. Nigeria's president promised to break up a specialized anti robbery squad or SARS

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UN chief calls for end to reported police brutality in Nigeria

UN News

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

UN chief calls for end to reported police brutality in Nigeria

"The UN secretary. General's closely following recent developments across Nigeria in the wake of reports that protesters had been shot dead and wounded calling for an end to report it police brutality and abuses. Antonio Gutierrez. The statement issued by his spokesperson on Wednesday that he condemned the violent escalation took place allegedly involving army personnel and police in Lagos, which resulted in multiple deaths and caused many injuries according to witnesses. Nigerian security forces opened fire on Tuesday nights in Africa's largest city as protests continued over a now disbanded in discredited police unit known as these special anti robbery squad or ourselves. The government has pledged to carry out further police reforms and improve police accountability. Mister Gutierrez urged security forces to act times with maximum restraint while calling on protesters to demonstrate peacefully and to refrain from violence.

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Nigeria protesters break curfew amid gunfire, chaos in Lagos

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Nigeria protesters break curfew amid gunfire, chaos in Lagos

"Nigeria's anti police protests as have stayed on the streets in Laos breaking the government curfew following a night of Celtic violence in which demonstrators were fired upon please open file descriptors has continued to demonstrate against police brutality in Nigeria Amnesty International said late Tuesday that was credible but disturbing evidence that security forces had fatally shot protesters who were demonstrating against police despite a new curfew being imposed one protester has told the Associated Press that his brother was shot and killed in the previous day's demonstrations and that he himself had taken a bullet in the leg I'm Charles the live as much

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Nigerian forces accused of killing anti-police brutality protesters

BBC World Service

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Nigerian forces accused of killing anti-police brutality protesters

"Denied reports that its soldiers open far on hundreds of protesters in the city of Lagos Eye. Witnesses say schools of people were shot and injured on Tuesday evening in the suburb of Lucky, and several killed. This protester told the BBC. The shooting was unprovoked. All of us. We're actually sitting on the ground. You want to let him know that we're now about to cause trouble. There was violence on the open fire directly street adults, and he kept on advancing on advancing. Everybody got up. Andi became total jails. Many more people guides. I could count about 10 people that died immediately in sports lifeless bodies. About 50 people go injured Wass terrible last night. On Twitter. The army called the reports fake news. But the Lego state governor acknowledged that is serious shooting incident had taken place, saying that forces beyond his control were responsible. He visited injured people in hospital on promise an investigation. Our

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Nigerian forces accused of killing anti-police brutality protesters

BBC World Service

05:07 min | 2 years ago

Nigerian forces accused of killing anti-police brutality protesters

"In Nigeria, where security forces have opened fire on anti government demonstrators in Lagos. This is what it sounded like. Sit down. Sit down. You can hear people telling everyone to sit down in the hope that they wouldn't be shot. We heard earlier on this program from a witness. Who said that he counted 20 fallen protesters around him. The incident took place at 6 45. We were told last night in the suburb of Lucky. This is quite an upmarket area in Lagos. It was where crowds had bean blocking traffic a toll booth at a pinch point. Basically, they were blocking traffic, causing trouble in pursuit of their campaign against police brutality and SARS. Let's speak now to someone Who was there? Certainly in the early stages of the demonstrations, not lost eagle who joins us now? Thank you very much indeed. For coming on and trying Tio, help us or help us tryingto enlightened people about what actually happened now what stage were you at the demonstration? Cause I understood that you left. Why did you leave? Yeah, it becomes so, so terrible And the situation went out of town. When the military listening they came in on when they came in. It thought we thought they were China, you know? Guardo's, You know, but all of the saddle in the open fire on a little people saw such enjoy about this morning about 52 people. We shut down so it was soaked arable and you can see the puts off the light so that we could get a clear shot off what was happening on the area and also understand the the security cameras that might have provided images of what was going on. Also got taken down now. Didn't that That gave you a warning, didn't it? You and the other protesters that something was going to happen? That was the one but you can see the food That was for Vita that it was very, very peaceful. We will hold no weapons. There was no where person, So we only have been a drunk like you see, people were sitting down on the ground because then first on Was not a fight. You understand that, and that's a very important point to make, because elsewhere, the authorities have said some of these protests have turned violent or violent elements have tried to take advantage You're saying at lucky last night, there was no violence offered a tall Can I ask you about one particular thing? I'm sure you have seen. The army on its official Twitter handle has been saying this is all fake news. The army was never there. You saw the army. How do you know that They were the Army. Because we're house on putting this off If you need me to provide that for you going to do is footage is off the army when they were shooting on that one. You guys didn't get the footage. We have it. I was 12 the don't know on DH. You know, it's the Army. Why? Because they had uniforms. Yes, they have uniforms. This. You know, this thing's was building that the evidence didn't hide behind. The issue. No own uniforms. The killed are very close. And it's very difficult to get to the bottom of what's going on, particularly how many people were injured. You. You mentioned the figure of around 50. Now That's the first time that I've heard that figure. What What are you basing that on? Is that what people are saying at the moment before saying that life was put on After I left yesterday, but on you consider people were you know down on this truth, reason why you're not getting the actual father of budding stories because the government is involved. They are trying. They are trying to hide his story because they need what they have done. This is really evil. This is bad. The kid's on citizens. This is suddenly I wasn't able to get those politicals people school so terrible a slight but when you see when, but when you see what happened to demonstrations. Are you going to go back to the street? Will you carry on protesting? You know, for now, For now, we have two weeks before the officials on what to do, because we don't know now how this situation is going to be because we can't trust nobody in the government of females in this country. We don't like that coming. But if people go back on the street again, so wait have We have to settle down. I really thought about this carefully because this is a question of Marchal. Pound it, So listen. Thank you very much indeed. For joining us Stay safe as well, Whatever you decide to do next, No Celestina, one of the people who was there in the early stages of the incident at Lucky. Yesterday evening in

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Nigerian Forces Shoot at Demonstrators Against Police Brutality

The World

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Nigerian Forces Shoot at Demonstrators Against Police Brutality

"In Nigeria's largest city. Lagos. Reports are coming in of security forces opening fire tonight on unarmed demonstrators. The demonstrators had been protesting in fact against police brutality. According to several eye witnesses. The live rounds hit several people. Details on casualties have not yet been confirmed. This evening's violence erupted after the Lego state government imposed a 24 hour curfew in response to the growing protests against police violence. Yesterday, protesters blocked a major expressway in Lagos and also targeted the main airport, shutting down terminals

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Credible reports protesters shot dead in Nigeria

PRI's The World

03:34 min | 2 years ago

Credible reports protesters shot dead in Nigeria

"In Nigeria's largest city legos reports are coming in of security forces opening fire tonight on unarmed demonstrators the demonstrators had been protesting in fact against police brutality according to several eyewitnesses the live rounds hit several people details on casualties have not yet been confirmed. This evening's violence erupted after the Lagos State government imposed a twenty four hour curfew in response to the growing protests against police violence. Yesterday protesters blocked a major expressway in Lagos and also targeted the main airport shutting down terminals Judeh John was a lawyer and journalist and Lagos earlier today I asked him how people in the city were responding to the curfew. People in a frenzy panicked people are constant appointments people are running home. Lagos notorious for heavy traffic transportation is a nightmare and so I've just feel so sad for people who would have to be rushing home and David cuts under ruled. It's well before many people usually get home from work. I've even seen suggestions on twitter cautioning those not close to home to head to a hotel. Why did authorities take such action what prompted this Nigeria's security systems if the mess that incentivized protect powerful on the privilege against citizens The government in this atmosphere of chaos. Must have made strategy conclusion that the easiest thing to do is keep everybody hope. Just a sense of will not have the capacity to contain spiraling protests on. We should do the easiest thing for us to do to keep this on their ups. The problem with that is that citizens expect that the government should be taken action to protect constitional protests citizenship but the punished. For the government's inability to secure life on property, which ironically is the point of the protests in the first place. So while I can send me a tree she, it's the thinking that led to this. It said Selena against them because even though you can see, yes, people understand that we care on this trees the government was trying to get control over fluid situation. Students expected mental thought of a better way to do this that doesn't infringe on the rights of peaceful protests on the rights of freedom of assembly. So today when you say the police system in Nigeria a mess, a lot of Nigerians point I two SARS a special anti robbery squad, the unit that actually prompted all these protests and now the demands of the protesters have grown beyond just a narrow focus on the SARS unit. What are protesters calling for? Now any serious blended engaged government should have anticipated that the conditions that covid nineteen hundred presented would stimulate already restless citizenry to get on the streets in Nigeria. Young people overwhelmingly. Tired, of bad, governance, they're tired of what appears to be disengaged disconnected. Government, that's the crux of the matter people just feel like the government's a disconnected from the demand the desires of every major ends what people are really tired of is Goldman that doesn't care when citizens die. That's the problem and onto citizens believe that the government is not just going to react to the protests at the time. The government understands that this is about disappointment in the system. The demands will keep on multiplying.

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Seen is apprentice in markets. Shoe york count the banking sector. You are done everything. By the first of april few day act was sunshine you value. Ej man donate within wasn't the regulatory thing is about doing what i issued but no what those habits for me if you can have a mental chain in about the way we do business very act up. Land is in resources. Zero resource these in nigeria town. Solve our problems so we can come on. The plan and involved in shelby go maintained joining me. We are in the plans. Do what we'll do put. We need to change our attitude. It's now i made shrewd to all that when push come to show. We kind of nigeria. That so ever onto this is the only major recall up on. So the i in my do little city orientate our art. That it's about nigeria. We need openness. Which would make or ruse win. Loss says to be governed by rose and walked by rules. I would make here part of the. What would be about the fisk oppose. We hit that even men's deducts taxes on people celebrity agencies or golden and red meat to me. That's most important that we can talk about their mom and people can you. They can trust. You can see a transparency and then we remove all the subsidies that we are giving people wound we choose to be chose with if you do. Subsidy ends free for all. I don't have a problem but when you're are giving people free team more people you choose to give them. It wasn't subsidy. I cannot afford to go abroad and then buying them so by monia subsidize rate but they may draw for seats. Newsradio doesn't get you making the lever breath of for the nigerian put unity. We both have equal. What you say store but unity in nigeria and is a happy trails. His control would need to correct those things. Don't kid bunk. Calm calming him. Go about it will do. Oh come on strong nation. I mean you're not that much. I do agree. Do all of those things because what does it are going to talk about. That is what does he. What about like of jordan apple music. When was the yamba grew up by tell my late to from lagos to my many liked trying had to do our is up in taunton. Georgia's -tituted so so so turnout to attitude and every nigerian decide to buy the law and the law is you know everybody so far the similar no one one more for the other day people way not tori to you understand that you have to serve in interest of the nation in the interest of the people and about do what i do. I see or fix infrastructure. Joe fix roads of fumbling this national night. Two thousand ten. The answer turnaround nigeria. Five years others would look at other riders or want to come back. But if you're not with us if we bid different level people hide on that necessity religion ankle in the normal forward. So he's not about. Punish what i tell. People that work with the aged demand spat out. I want to say what else. We'll have to see. Well that's been another engaging and informative discussion you so much for joining us. Mr j i will. This is part four of our series on the implications so of for covid nineteen on nigeria socio economic outlook. We've been talking to the sea of the nigeria economic summit group. Mr louis la join us for another edition coming up shortly. It will be the final edition in this five part series which is a collaboration between the africa business. Radio and the n. e. s. g. Thanks for joining us once again. I'm bala hourly..

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Deal with it the better although is they will lose position to people who are now seeing the opportunity because opportunity at byu mine is an approach to may that one amendment house dictum percent of people over about quitting five ninety percent only grubbed up jeans a diva put unity. Let technology we can teach people we can create. I mean can create a one buffo officer spirits question. I ask myself goes up and megyn online you. There's levels of trouble with up to me. So i didn't know trump. Dj for everybody so ensured that can save tremendous cost. I we come make live alone baton easier if you will out on this new infrastructure problem from our an up to supply logistics moving. I mean this point doors moving logistics and most important the fact that in the time of pandemic when the all ward hub. Problem if you don't have anything to fall back on your be in chad not lose his role because they became the manufacturing for the world everybody off from eight supplies. Discussions are still not going to get correct. Almost immediately this time for all companies to begin to look inside n. Has always been two nuns in some between two to spent a lot of a mickan in nigeria. How do we have a good impulse. policies that ensure that become make things that are fun. Tastic young men the men. That are very very resourceful but not tonight. Excellent will you. Don't tonight's game for the law by top but would lose we took avi choice with this bundling. An opportunity turn around which will give job has a quality of life. It's a movable out of poverty and cima moving on what short-term media to long-term reforms to we need to stabilize and then grew the nigerian economic sustainably. Couple of around it. i. I mean it's onto that most beyond that you create twelve. We're not in that. In with spending kicked his at his reduced the program you can like into saad leading off the program and todd while we saw league type dry and wash it off to the side and became a problem. All over the world would in control the money. I make sure we can separate from receiving spend much more than the manual have cost to solve todd. Pro now walls and buchwara. Whatever what i might see. We had all the lots when oil was good. Will use to defective muster plug for nigeria about infrastructure and view. We haven't but has short court is the you can't you can't talk. We don't problem. You need to walk your way out of it. So we are the first and foremost we need to do. Genera and baraometer physical and monetary side kutai fiscal and monetary policies. Still don't talk together enough. You see here the center by lead in monetary and the fiscal side talking different position. I think we need to realize that has done any side of issue. And if you're walking you must walk in the interest of nigeria in the interest of joseph limited. That's the one. So i think if they time this book by the time for us to our physical space we have a gop huge godlike. We have a cost. Ira vamos or were to is gone down significant. If you if you make bill gates lock so sean fault because the shortfalls. I most spend our way out of it. We're gonna find a way out. So all those policies that are in the he beat to in business in. Nigeria goddamn made people to invest in nigeria for medusa big. We sit on address. Wouldn't you do that because it's a multi physical approach but we'll talk about these like we are on their on Multiple injuries if you listen to go governor center abundancy. We don't in iran it. Why can't we know what it. We should clear that very very quickly. We are forced with mickey show. Other currency will defend it all and so it's not not allow huge loud reasonable about moon potent with need to look at revenue generation around made other as under poorly of fun person to did. Now after what you can watery tomb. Didn't know how much the state governments have been a fun person looking at ways. We come down depending that we can cut. All the money was spent on travel. So can be doubts. Fuss to shot in fries. We don't have a choice of goto puerto. Now i choice to decide what i would have bought a foreign locale because i will see sell. Assets will sometimes win the prizes of these. I town aas eighteen vilely for asset. So what our release these. You've got to borrow money. They trump and they're getting back on the right time so but ballroom is do domestically or outside or afghan. We have borrowed money. Only be sean trende spirits they motto open pick in or opposite around hobby conduct business in this country and window corrected to born seek gladly one central bank. Does i mean. I wanted central biden. I spend my live in syndrome bag of law of central bank by february auditory. Or these out. Count how important it is presented at most seen the published accounts of interbank and lawsuits or three years. Four years. i haven't seen it visiting any pizza com number of enfeebled most crossed us. Keep people won't see us. You must see what pains me that these are. The same regulators are have.

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Everyone if you do not know what it broken record sounds like well at the end of this forecasts you might know because on this podcast brought to you. Africa business review on films. I'm going to be talking about what you should expect now. That the lockdown is being lifted in lagos bujak and almost did my name is not idle arena last these right here and right now so it is not news any more. That lockdown has been lifted always going to be lifted on the fourth of me in lagos are booja and almost its wealth others for everyone. It means that. Let's go back to something that might resemble normal not entirely. Well first of all we will do required to way face masks. We'll do grads away as well to grads away as my subic whereas away was would be way. It's mask that is was broken record. Sound like soap. you'll regret wave. Must magazine one more time. That means that everywhere you will waive this mass. Yeah protecting the person that you are interacting with from yourself. And they're protecting themselves from you so as to whether it's the cloth facemask where they face masks that you have libya yourself are home and end ninety five miles or regulatory coffees mask all deliver some degree of protection. Some more than others in. I've been with the very best that accessible and then these coffees mask and then do who meet mask. Not being said you need to maintain your stance. You still need to wash your hands. You still need to sanitizer as possible. Washing your hands is very extremely important. Also it is important for you to prevent yourself. Stop yourself from your eyes from your touching your nose and touching your mouth stance in transposing. They can be very difficult. I know but where your mouth would protect you to some degree. And then he loved. There might be some kind of regulation to see that not. Is that a number of people should be available at any point in time. I hope that this could be nineteen. Goes away as soon as came in ghana when they open the economy they realize that there was a spike in the number of patients. Demento of cases of that we had but that's not to say that they're gonna make short indefinitely it must be open and the most. Just be more vigilance and a bit. More cautious in terms of.

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

11:53 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"We'll be looking at covered. Nineteen oil price and the Nigerian economy and to go along in discussion with me and help make sense of the direction in which we're going We have Wilson is senior economist with the Curia Economic Summit. Welcome thank you. It's a blizzard. Now please introduce yourself Mr Tillis a little bit more about yourself. My knees will in remember. An economist currently work as an economist with Journey Economic Summit Group where I get to do research on. Also engage in policy advocates. So it's not just about researching them but it goes about seeing how we can engage government to implement the recommended Sean. Style we put forward. And that's basically what I did. A Soviet this global pandemic has defined twenty twenty and Nigeria is no exception. What is your opinion on? Its impact on the economy so far. So it's unfortunate that the world is going through this right now grew You know the Coronado virus situation. He's not being funny. Series of Google Shutdown Donald factories. Shut Down Post We've also had an increasing number of cases you know from on China moving over to the United States equally on Europe in general even here in Africa across all different continent. So it's not been an easy one so the number of dead cases out of also increased as well but on the economic side on coming back home here in Nigeria. We've seen how festival so they are different of several transmission mechanism. So do one of them is the price channel where we've seen how demand for could drop significantly physically driven by low low industrial activities. Even people aren't even going out so they lure demand for transport services Which means that based on for fuel? So we've seen cases where KUDA advice features the beat features even wins into a negative so people were actively paying to sell the crude Brains We've seen the drug prices to below twenty dollars per barrel. So that's one key. Effect on also worrisome. I made you couldn't even point. So it's crude because his Such retail with so much put from different places different continent different countries. Saudi Arabia Russia's to you know going on with these war who controlled the market so that creates a lot of uncertainty and outlook for the price of crude which we all knew that It's a major to tell me. Not How would home because who those who? Who Do. I need surprise? Oats to also have accused in relation to grow now reserves Fake thing go. Men's revenue and also can boost in external an exports earnings. So the woman days that drove a significant drop in crude oil project. What we're experiencing it means go. Mint will not be able to meet its financial obligations so things like team salaries which are very important to of things that Keno costs to keep the government running things like infrastructure investment in education healthcare spending unlivable would be severely affected as a result of the decline include a price so that was one effects off the virus pandemic on on major out. And we all know that. Didn't they drink on every dependent on government last recession you? What dresses dot point? One days trouble. We'd Goldman finances that direct linkages into the system of course demand going down ability to meet for an exchange needs becomes Richard Grind fixed on our reserves of approaching five dollars. Fallen significantly on this is made was that we don't have adequate savings fiscal bofors because this this is what countries rely on this point in time to see if we can't get rid of and you only need to drive into saving but right now we're GonNa have got so it's a gesture switch on major. It's not an easy one and a lot of a lot of things of ancient would need to go on what we do now because projections. I've said that the recession is inevitable. We come up way so the question then is what is the how come show that. We don't get to the bottom economic depression new and show that we even if we get into research on become come back because he's just a word it's deficts lives and people who are jobs prizes. We'll go up the poll. Become for many people would fall below the poverty line so these are some of the reality. Is that likely to come on onboard going into next year? So that's one. Tim Buck of price on that. Transmission Magnesium is the fact that cinch off and on trade. He's also been disrupted movement. You know challenges and the global supply chain. So there's an overall materials on this show groups that need to be used in production of what I would also be affected especially when many of the global economy is experiencing lockdown economic activities so? I know that Chanel is through the local disruption intensive Destroy activities locally in Niger. Due to look into restriction so that in itself is a very big space that would also planned in parks and we can imagine for almost a month. We've not read it much economics to c.s in my GDP particularly for you on these continues into it took me June so what if you compared to? Gdp growth egos was that we claim to be lower than what we had by this time last year. So that's an eight. Direct hits on economic activities even do Production of essential temp like food drugs on cool but non-essential also very key down. These needs me to the impact on some sectors so far east on the manufacturing sector. Would you want to do it? Because as much respect for the other sectors within during that fall within the enormous I shall read. That's locked fates cement funding loved the older non-essential sickle sub sectors within the manufacturing sector few grocery goes factor and say coins in nineteen grew by just zero point two percent from two point one percents in twentieth. So that tells you that already you experience in decline so these kind of shock to the system much more declaim talks won't key six also come additional one hundred thirty entertainment and recreation. Saito would be heat So tells you restaurants on it basically places. We have gatherings of people events of one on one key areas that are affected by these. Look down that Saito would be obscene. Li La down what we had last year on undertake construction sector. So we've had a case way Because Structure Signal always relies heavily on government spending. So if you look at the jets let one dedicated to capital spending close to over to treat with being. Shall we D- falling oil prices to review the Govan. How to read either budgets to using the bench Bockel Fizi da Barra even with that. And still you know STU opinions going around that that's unit so We may not have any projections because he's not just oil time also annoying so if the economy's on found a major commitment to these you know try to be mean to spray the requires without also means one. I- revenue companies and install commentary so we would also let me see declaiming noyer so that's over of course without fixed construction and even right now the the main focus has been to contain the spread of the buyers. If you notice most of the government's batsmen Goldman spending than channel to hell and some of the sectors. So what are we talking about roots structure on a really apple so to construct contact though would definitely be be hard heats sectors so there's also transport take the transportation movement of goods four segments to real road and see dressing. The transportation was actually the fastest growing thing Clinton in nineteen. I see deep so this time. It's the hot heat. Because the restrictions on the movement is either was one of the best sectors valid affected. Even so it'd be lots of so we would probably have naked down declining. Good enough transports sector across all the different categories so from the air transports to transport a real transport so also social services sector so you have education on our very key. Sick does that. I think that's a result of of the lockdown for education show downloads to and that in itself tells.

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Right now. You might have noticed that. In some countries people around all the time looking like troll. Unoriginal need just well. That's the reality that we face right now. It's time they make of Kobe. Nine people go in and around wearing face masks. Well you might ask. Does it really protect you from getting with nineteen? These are the questions I two. I alliterate I'm going to answer right here on this. Podcast brought to you by Africa. Business Review Films on will be bunking all those means on both questions that you have sit back and enjoy Africa business radio to it a profitable Africa so we'll facemask protecting me from contracting nineteen. Well the reality of that question is yes it will protect you from contracting Kobe. Nineteen now here's the reason why when you pissing coughs or sneezes as I said earlier. They released droplets. These droplets are like tiny packets. Tiny bombs that contain the Kobe. Nineteen virus now. These droplets can't go very far. I'm so the president cost sneezes and the gets one meets in front of them. But sometimes if you are closer than one meets on so if we didn't want the range of the peasant who coughs or sneezes every possibility that those droplets might get into your mouth or your nose or even your eyes and so what can be done is that you actually wear a face mask if you are in an environment where we've been vicinity of anyone. Who IS COUGHING SNEEZING? It will offer us some degree of Protection. However you got to be careful because you must make sure that you don't touch the front of your mass with your bands because touching the front the mask. If he's got droplets on its you can actually transfer those droplets from the mask to your eyes or to your news. What's your mouth? And so avoid touching the front of your face mask and people weren't sure if it was necessary for everyone's wear face masks but some countries and even h and right now even in the US they have recommended unmanned data like New York. That if you have to leave your house you are mandated to wear a face mask and that seems to help. Last seems to reduce the spread of the Kobe. Nineteen virus and so it is what is presently being recommended so simple question is. Es facemask do offer us some protection. Against in nineteen virus it can be the regula cloth facemasks with defined text doesn't have to be D. N. magnify from us. But if you're going to ask I mean why not so. I hope this has been helpful to you. Stacey stink home. Wash your hands.

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

08:38 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Niger center for disease control the ncdc as well as other authorities who have specific practices in kobe. Cobbling covet nineteen now social distancing and other precautions also in the mix. So why do we need made in. Nigeria solutions Thanks thanks for having us social distance in you know as worked some parts because the the government shutdown bothers no movement in lagos. Ogun abu However you know keeping a distance from each other working from our relying on your safety net these measures which advised by. who against the coronavirus pandemic. i'm meet for parts of the war. That cannot afford to retreat. In you know individualism before millions of people in cities like lagos and kano. There's no such thing as You know social distancing yourself many have been in those for almost a month now in lagos you know. Some are privilege of to stock japan. Shoe had loss of You know hand sanitizers wipes facemasks food and basic needs but many others rely on today earn in for them to be able to provide for themselves. Now this safety nets have not been readily available in nine. The government you know in the states and the federal government have been you know doing their bit. But there's a common sane industries now people say hong kong via you know the land mass of legos. It's unbelievable small landmass with a lot of people. Fifteen to twenty million people depending on if new york you know never sleeps because the lights are always on legos. Never sleep because there's no power most times because you know people stay outdoors to get some air so that they don't choke and down when they're getting some air. You know a lot of things can happen you know. Gosh relies on a lot of informal economy. It's the economic capital of nigeria. Was still you know. It's the informal economic capital of west. Yes because you know mining curious street might manicures you know it is very novel is nothing you'll find all about what this how these people you know survive and these people the ones with houses leaving communities where forty people or more share butin. Share a bathroom you know. So how do you social distance from that. It's different from what it is all about the world that is why you know we need to look inward and look at our own peculiar challenges to solve our own problems and You know the you know. The government has been trying to the state government who look at things from a holistic manner. Which is what we've been clamoring for for years and years. The local governments need to be you know powered by themselves because it is true. You know local governments that we can get primary healthcare now. We get a lot of things happening for people in their words in the zones. You know that is why we need made in niger's solutions you know I can continue to speak and speak about many things that you know you know. We need to do but think about it. Even beyond the people that living in penury Two weeks coronavirus case was confirmed in lagos doctors in the fcat pooja announced that they were going on strike. Overwhelmed compete salaries. Those are doctors. The people you know part of the tri staff supposed to help stop the spread of the virus. You know in it's it's it's just very baffling and what we must do. Now is craft innovative solutions based on our own unique similarities. And and this not mean that we have one solution for the whole country. We simply need to make these solutions. Grassroot solutions in densely populated passive goes must differ from the suburbs dissolution from alabama's differ from scanty islands in yenagoa. We need solutions that are based on local challenges of the people in places. I haven't had cases you know. Pat glendon yanagawa. If people live on an island and then you you stop them from traveling mainland to get the resources then they will look for other ways that we can cost this spread if there is a case amongst them so we must envision solutions for when was also envision could solution for when coronavirus spikes because according to some experts know above the ncdc and lagos state officials. You know we haven't reached peak yet so at that point we must plan for it on. That is why we need mayday niger. Solutions because men for example even in league us right now looking at pieces like but agree. Yes the i know. Cases in fire we buy in when we talked me. Goes we just think maybe the metro yeah places like the you know the mainland ikeja. You're not like that but you know. Expect that somewhere. Like but i agree. Those who are four areas Giant by dish be locked down that it doesn't get there and then they should find a way to ensure that in their life can continue their but within that space absolutely should be solutions. Need to be designed for each part of and that's why you know if a practice through federalism you know you would help us really Solve problems for people where they are rather than trying to use uniform solutions or national solutions to solve local problems. We what has buddha's back over here. So maybe now we can start. You know doing those things set in short term. You know reforms and medium-term reforms for us to achieve what we need to do as each totally not as my jazz foremost think-tank. That's you guys at the end she Got some of the things that you are doing to make these This happened that is You know says looking for push. 'em local solutions to some of these challenges. The any issue works across twelve policy commissions for five mighty groups and three communities of practice. I new sound like a lot of numbers and a lot of decisions. What these things through. All sectors economy from agriculture to human capital and think about it agriculture has been very effective because a lot of people have had to be at home but even in all parts of the country where a lot of agricultural things are happening. These people simply produce that he can ship to larger cities and their businesses have been affected their profits. We are affected. You know roadblocks on the road and everything happened on the road as made some of your produce you know wrote faster you know before getting into the market you know A friend of mine told me about you. Know market women. The cheese she went to the market as a kid has an essential service on provider and salt Trucks and trucks and carts of You know Rotten fruit being thrown away and she was conversation with me and said why can't do things be given out to the people before they rot. You know so. These are ways that you know we can Solve those problems as as as a government but we are not the government you know at the any as beyond what we're doing you know it's In many many angles across these sectors. That i mentioned currently we advocating for short-term medium-term and long-term policies that our ad survival of nigerians a modern surviving. That will help them. Thrive through short term. Because you know currently as coronavirus you know then medium-term plant and long-term plan so we're having discussions. Which will you know Come into you know would unravel in the near future. You know beyond policies. We have sports several piracy of players to make generous contributions to us public. Private partnership to flatten the curve. Resources are now being used to us. This current you know and.

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"If you haven't heard about anchor. It's the easiest way to make a pond cost. Let me explain it free. There's creation tools. Did allow you to record an editor podcast. Right from your phone. Or computer anka would distribute your podcast for you so it can be heard on spotify apple podcast and many more. You can make money from you. Podcast with no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a pot. Cost in one place as the world stops in response to a viral pandemic africa business radio and the nigeria economic summits group a coming together to explore the challenges and opportunities for the nation the ab r. n. E s g. podcast sees non julius first business radio station. Teaming up with the nation's foremost private sector think tank on the implications of clubbing lansing on the continent's largest economy. We all the wind in the sails of your business. We are your come. Pass chacho cools towards your targets africa. Business radio to it a profitable africa.

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Solutions bright by supporting. You know younger. People local businesses who bring much nation to life and solve this problem. Well I I saw a video of someone will create a homemade Respirator ventilator I think was somewhere in benin-city person. Yeah I think we need quite a number of for solutions as well Now Now me Locally still with us from the United Nations Global Compact network might year many experts. I've spoken over an imminent recession as a result. A pandemic What most business coalitions in Africa considered when tackling could nineteen? Okay thank you very much Mr Bean. Paula I like to commend the efforts of the private. So who have stepped up to support government in response to them pandemic however for this business. Coalition has to be very effective achieve objectives are like to highlight four measures. They'll have to adopt. I is to recognize that human rights should be at the heart of any successful business response so for members of the global contract who are also part of this coalition's dish recognize the ten principles of the UN will compact and shows it principle B.'s. Approach to the crisis. But what I D. Coalitions are global compartment notes business collision should ensure that humongous human rights based approach in tackling the crisis on. This involves recognizing this specific unique needs of vulnerable groups based on gender each location and even industry dish ensure that the needs of the most marginalized giving special on Apple. Pay attention also psychologists for them sue of our protections and supports for workers in the informal sector. Like Mr Inca highlighted averse percentage of people in ninety. I leave on a daily income. And now that. There's been a lockdown shutting down the businesses. This really have a negative impact on this person's so Carly Sean can create makeshift social safety nets for these walkers provide basic healthcare facilities for them food on personal protection equipment and also for other people. Now we know that we really need an personal protection equipment like face Max so they come also capitalize on. This cues of in for more kazman. In reproducing business functions of this of the health and emergency services companies have people in from all people in the infamous talk. I guess involving production of textiles and gumming woke us for distribution on off to create fifth marks on order. Pp's for for The society at large and then the recognition dots women have negative the fact that the crisis have negative impact on women. We know that we brought in in crisis so for example if people have to be lead of this sad truth is that we may not always dues are get in businesses so they should Greece collishaw should try to implement gender friendly policies in their employment policies to make sure that days no unconscious biases and then also there could. Also you know. Probably set aside specifically phones to care for men Even female enterpreneurs in kinds care special tried kiss support like diabetes on the race for Women. Indian Formosa Toy to really go along we and then finally the most important part. Is that business. You open up and widen out. When he asked coalitions for the fact that easy business question does nominee should be only business. Non Stakes are high is important to have even see was not organizations. Walkway government. Even faith-based organizations people have been interested in the idea comes. If they're all come together it. Is You bring out various kinds of ideas on how to solve the issue so For example like in Global Compact's NATO in Thailand. We have way all these coalitions came together on day. Dana vetted ideas on how the use of technology cutting show. That's the relief's special relieves gets who was made for so technology angry long. We have all these coalitions. You can actually address these issues on dish. Also ensure the that the communicates well a new there should be transparency e good business coalition should be able to communicate to the society what gene. I'm very transparent about it. So Yeah Right now. What the most we do to find these solutions and Who will provide the solution? I'm glad you mentioned feed based organization And that's why I talked about Media Nine solutions and the very picky less society. You know well half enough. You know depending on who you ask. There was a Fifty percent of of Muslims. I'm fifty percent. Christians were some people say forty nine. I'm forty nine and Dandy. Oh that's the other people fall quote others you know but I feel that feed B.'s organization have a major role to play in this as well because our society is formed in such a special way that Institutions structures is important. You know the first institution is the family you know then the Alabama institutions. I some should teacup. Take this up. And you know there's a national Outlook to it now. But we need national regional and local You know agenda to focus on getting the country out of this pandemic but also beyond beyond government policies you know the formal and informal privacy. Transitions must take charge. You know a lot of you know former private sector institutions taking charge. You know the INFORMA- my between a lot of things but we don't know about it so also reporting will be will be will be very key because what you can't measure you cannot group so a lot of people are doing things now we asked daddy measure what they're doing. The pundits having on people just do that when this coalition such that But Naomi mentioned when we come together. Bring this things together. We can now know how to skeletal. How did they affect the lives of people in? Idp's and howdy candy skill. You Talk to people and Communities Right now knowing all of that will help. I find not only solutions. Blame Cement them. I make sure that our people do not suffer from all of these challenges right now right now. So what's next on the agenda for Series there were going to output part Next edition and what? That crucial topic say are installed is A He's been phenomenal couple of episodes on If you did not listen to the last one please go find it. You would find it very interesting but Just like The way they coronavirus condemning is progressing. Would also be ramping up the issues that were discussing. Because there's one key thing that people want to know it's that are we going to win the war against the Coronado? So one of the parts will be discussing that with some experts and you know some other people Then we'll talk about not letting crisis two weeks because you know crises and challenges forge great nations and communities using this opportunity to do phenomenal things. And then we'll be talking about a special any yesterday Report which is Kovic one thousand nine hundred zero price and the Nigerian economy who who We have a lot in store and we We can't wait to have discussions on Africa Business Radio. I'm particularly interested in learning. You know some of the things that we're supposed to take away from this particular crisis I've I'm a huge believer In you know the lessons to believe you know from In situations like this ever since my dad meteorite honesty when I was from two title grades are the uses of adversity. It wasn't until his Burial You know when all of us children came together that I discovered that he actually told all of us to write it at that set in time over age. My oldest brother was an in mentioned. The topic were our. He made me writing too many rights too. And then we discover of always known that there's always a lesson in. Oh to take away from a situation like this and we have to learn it as a people as a nation absolutely. I totally agree with that and You know it makes me look into the next episode excited concerning What we'll be discussing at the next episode. I episode is available online. The podcast day. You can always listen even this one as well. You can listen Many times over and you know refer people to listen to it. Very very engaging and informative. Thank you very much elaine. Thank you thank you so much as we are now is are from the United Nations Global Compact network Nigeria and Income is from the Niger Economics. Summit Group A fantastic think tank in the country so That's been today's edition of Five part series this too. It's a series on couvert nineteen and its implications on Nigeria Socio Economic Outlook. And it's brought to you by Africa Business Radio and the G so until the next episode Keep safe I maintain associated distancing Rules and laws and We'll see you then..

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"For Disease Control the NCDC as well as other authorities who have a specific practices in Kobe. Carbon Copied Nineteen Now social distancing and other precautions Also in the mix. So why do we need made in Nigeria Solutions Thanks thanks for having US. Social distance in as walks in part because the the government shutdown. And you know bothers movement in Lagos Ogun Abu However you know keeping a distance from each other working from relying on your safety net these measures which advised by. Who you know against the coronavirus pandemic made for parts of the war. That cannot afford to retreat in individualism for millions of people in cities. Like Lagos and Kano. There's no such thing as You know social distancing yourself many in those for almost a month now legos. You know some are privileged enough to stop the panthers who had loss of You know hand sanitizers wipes facemasks food and basic needs but many others rely on d today and in for them to be able to provide for themselves now. These safety nets have not been readily available in Nigeria. The government you know in these states and the federal government have been doing their bit but there's the comments on histories now people say Hong Kong Alvar. You know the land mass of Lagos is unbelievable. Small landmass with a lot of people teen to twenty million people depending on where you are. If New York you know never sleeps because the lights are always on Lagos never sued. Because there's no power most times because you know man people stay outdoors to get some air some so that they don't choke down. Wendy are getting some air you know. A lot of things can happen. You know. Illegals relies on a lot of informal economy. It's the economic capital of Nigeria. Was still you know. It's the informal economic capital of West. Yes because mining curious street might manicures. You know it's very novel is nothing you'll find all about. This is how these people survive and these people the ones who houses leaving communities where forty people or more share building share a bathroom you know. So how do you social distance from that? It's different from what it is all about the world that is why you know we need to look inward. I look at our own peculiar challenges to solve our own problems and You know you know. The government has been trying to the state government who look at things from a holistic manner. Which is what we've been clamoring for for years and years. The local governments need to be powered by themselves. Because it is true. You know local governments that we can get primary healthcare now. We get a lot of things happening for people in their words in the zones. You know that is why we need made in nine hundred solutions. You know I can continue to speak. Speak about many things that you know you know. We need to do but think about it. Even beyond the people that live in penury Two weeks coronavirus case was confirmed in Lagos doctors in the AFC. Booja announced that they were going on strike. Overwhelmed compete salaries. Those are doctors. The people you know part of the Tri Stat supposed to help stop the spread of the Earth. You know in it's it's it's just very baffling and what we must do. Now is crafty innovative solutions based on our own unique similarities. And this not mean that we have one solution for the whole country. We simply need to make these solutions graduate solutions in densely populated passively must differ from the suburbs dissolution from Alabama's differ from you know scanty islands in Nagoya. We Need Solutions. That are based on local challenges of the people set in places. I haven't had cases you know. Pat Glennon Yanagawa. If people live on an island and then you you stop them from traveling. Mainland to get resources Dandy will look for other ways that we can cost the spread if there is a case amongst them so we must envisioned solutions for win was also invasion could solution for win coronavirus spikes because according to some experts above the NCDC and Lagos officials. We haven't reached that peak yet. So at that point we must plan for it on That is why we need. Maybe Niger solutions because men for example even in Lagos right. Now you're looking at places like but agree yes. There are no cases in fire. We buy in. We look when we talk me goes we. Oh we just think maybe the metro yeah places like the you know the mainland Ikeja Nasty like that. But I'll expect that somewhere like but agree Those who who are four years I jog by be locked down. Saturday doesn't get there and then they will find a way to ensure that you know their life can continue their but within that space absolutely should be solutions. Need to be designed for each part of and that's why you know If a practice true federalism you would help us really Solve problems for people where they are rather than trying to use uniform solutions or national solutions to solve local problems. Which is what has pulled us back over here so maybe now we can start. You know doing those anything's set in short term. You know reforms on medium-term reforms for us to achieve what we need to do as it totally. Now as my giresse foremost think-tank. That's you guys. At the end she What are some of the things that you are doing to make these This happened that is You know looking for 'em local solutions to some of these challenges there be any issue works across twelve policy commissions for the five mighty and three communities of practice. I knew sound like a lot of numbers and a lot of decisions. What these things through. All Saito's economy from agriculture to human capital and think about it. Agriculture has been very effective because a lot of people have had to be at home but even in upper parts of the country where a lot of agricultural things are happening. These people simply produce that he can ship to larger cities and their businesses have been affected profits. We are affected. You know roadblocks on the road and everything happened on. The road has made some of your produce. You Know Rothfusz stop you know before getting into the market you know A friend of mine told me about you. Know Market Women. The cheese she went to the market as a kid has an essential service and provide and salt trucks and trucks on carts of Rotten fruit being thrown away and she was conversation with me and said why can't do things be given out to the people before they you know. So these are ways that we can Solve those problems. As as as a government we are not the government you know at the NASD beyond what we're doing You know it's In many many angles across these sectors that I mentioned currently advocating for short-term media long-term policies that will aid survival of Nigerians. Our modern surviving. That will help them. Thrive through short term. Because you know currently as coronavirus you know then medium-term plant and long-term plan so we're having discussions which will you know Coming to you know would unravel in the near future beyond policies. We have sport several piracy of players to make generous contributions to was a public private partnership to flatten the curve. resources that are now being used to us this current and looming challenges of the future and also it is important to note that Dylan pandemic you know It's quite different from Wendy Spanish flu was there. Or you know all of the other pandemics of the past this different way enabled by technologies time so therefore to tackle the pandemic the as you supported you know eventers platform firm foundations practice of strange which is getting young. You know vibrant innovators to come up with solutions solutions. That can help us solve the challenges of this novel virus. You know. Many of them came on board you. You'll be amazed about many ideas that are people. Are you know the way that you know? Young Nigerians one to execute and change future able to Help if you seven of them one of them imagine what they create novell solution based on technology duck and help contact tracing things that have been adopted by certain state governments now and people are using it to trace context people that are had devised tracing contacts around there. But what are we doing down to use innovative solutions? And these things were created by grown solution so this is very critical is vital. And don't forget when we get through this pandemic which we will. This solutions will not just go today. They'll continue to you. Know Nacho them and use them for all the challenges that confront us in the future so this is the way that we can create made. Niger.

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Please go ahead as we said this. Stick into your nostril to test you for the corona virus disease. It might be uncomfortable but definitely not painful. So just relax. I will get this done in the next one minutes well about is probably what you hear if you were being tested. For THE CORONA VIRUS DISEASE. Well on this podcast by Africa Business Review and the film's I'll be answering people's burning questions that you might have on the Corona Virus Disease. I need and I will be doing this right here and right now Africa Business Radio too. It's a profitable Africa so some people have asked me so that the right now what happens when somebody thinks they have virus disease and the answer is he wants to tell them. What did they do? The blood sample liberal at a urine sample. And say okay. So what do that? What we call a nasal firing gel swap now. What happens is that the instead is stick into your nostril to reach US far back as the back of your throat and I knew that sound on uncomfortable but how collected now the inset specials swab stick that looks like cotton board so it has a long shaft and it also has synthetic material at the end of that. Shut the nostril. Let us to rob the buckle the tools and then the sample is transported to a special lab in which is special tests called reverse transcriptase preliminaries. Chain reaction is conducted when that test comes up positive then the person is confirmed to have Karuna virus disease. What they look for in that is actually the genetic material of the virus that we have collected from that news of Gel swab all that tests or other methods that can be used to collect samples to confirm for the president of the coronavirus disease. Include an ORAL FOR RANGEL'S BOB. That just means the mouth is where they go through to get the sample just inside the stick into the mouth and the back of the throat is Putin sample we pops up and then spits into special content that is transported to the lab and then also what we call them for bronchial. Al Ula Varghese done but who are on ventilators now all these big teams for the various methods that we used to get samples to test for the virus disease. So I hope we've been able to answer the question on wards and how samples for the Cobra? Virus testing is conducted. And I will see you next time. Right here on this podcast. This has been a public health collaboration between Africa Business Radio. Pr Films and on capacity DOT COM.

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"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

Lagos Covid-19 Updates

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"lagos" Discussed on Lagos Covid-19 Updates

"Get around round everyone that still stands the APP keepers. Shot this down so unless you have been living in Antarctica or on Iraq. You should know what I'm talking about. The buzzer this dancing and the koruna virus so without further ado questions that went out on this podcast brought to you by Africa Business Review and the film's My name is Dr Dalil Arena and I'm addressing your questions questions questions. All the questions on Kobe. One thousand nine hundred. Do this right here on right now. Africa Business Radio toured profitable Africa. Why is is the virus? Pandemic sued dangerous. Well I'll tell you if because it is so easily transmissible. Eighty so communicate with that from human to human transmission is extremely easy through droplets infections. The other reason why it is so dangerous is the fact that when it gets into our bodies he'd I truly attacks our lungs on our lawns. The primary all done that help us to breathe wedding. Does that we can't get enough oxygen to our bodies and so we eventually need ventilator support. An Intensive Care Unit Admission. Another reason why it is particularly dangerous is the fact that it is. A new virus is a new virus. And so we don't have any vaccines for it wouldn't have any drugs to treat it unfortunately chloroquine while it has been said that he has helped in some patients. Enough research has been done for to actually recommended is the teen drug for the use of treatments of Kobe. Nineteen let's forget about using and ginger and lemon and the other thing song people have said that we should use the Komo gold and one thousand nine hundred some similar interests. I'm so people have. How do I have the Komo called Aquavit? Nineteen so what I'd say in that case. Is that if you have a cough and running news which both copied one thousand nine hundred. The common cold can have either is if either as will it is unlikely to be the common cold but if there is no fever than is likely that you have the Komo cold so people are just worried at as soon as the cough. How the Nineteen. But that really is indicates because a lot of conditions have similar features with nineteen so for instance the common cold might resemble could be seen especially in the bad. There is a cough and there is also running. News fee is extremely unusual with the common cold. Well fever is extremely common with Koby. Nineteen so if you have a cough and runny nose and you don't have a fever is very unlikely that you have could be nineteen Saudi Koi. Alright so we'll just see it. You'll be fine kind of person who has had coup in nineteen and recovered. Kaku with nineteen again. That's a very good question that I want to address because it's really valid. Unfortunately not enough. Science research has been done on this subject so I'm reports have been made about some patients who have recovered tested negative and then contracted virus again. Such that detected positive mount these cases. Well they have been reported. No one show as to why that happened. Was that the immune system of the patient wasn't able to clear the virus art effectively or the negative tests was probably really negative. All these questions remain to be answered but as time lose by science will be able to find the answers to these questions. I hope we've been able to address some of the issue that you might have regarding with nineteen the mystery surrounding the questions that you might have on the next podcast answer even more of the questions that you.

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