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Ofcom, UK broadcasting authority, has sanctioned Loveworld Television Network, a station owned by the church overseen by Chris Oyakhilome.
Federal government has said it is still risky to further relax restrictions imposed to contain the coronavirus pandemic in the country.
One month later, people are learning how to navigate life on the other side of the coronavirus crisis.
Special Adviser to the Governor on Media Salihu Yakasai said the governor made the decision after “lengthy consultations”.
Dozens of doctors are infected and gravediggers are overwhelmed in Kano, Nigeria’s second-largest city, where inaction led to an unchecked outbreak. Across Africa, other hot spots are emerging.
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