Voodoo priests, NCDC, Economic policy: your Thursday evening briefing
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Good evening. Here’s the top stories from today.
Transport links are worse
Ayade said he was “conscious of the spiritual economy”, and that his action was as a result of appeals by religious leaders in the state.
The god of wind can blow it away, apparently
The insights in Shadow of Liberation complement this claim, while developing new interpretations based on evidence from face-to-face interviews with the key actors as well as new archival material.
Most of the patients at isolation centres are complying with the guidelines at the centres.
Doctors in Nigeria’s commercial capital, Lagos, have called off their strike after assurances from police that they will not be harassed during the coronavirus curfew.
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