In what can be termed as a shocking video, a woman was seen at a store using the Bible as facemask to cover against the Covid-19 virus. She picked up an entire Bible, made holes in the pages and made a rope to hold it to her face.
While facemask of different types have been approved for use, ranging from medical mask to Ankara mask, there is no approval for the use of books or Bible for such purposes.
Whatever her reasons her, whether it’s the idea that the Bible can grant her better protection than any piece of clothing, the Christian woman needs to learn where to draw the line between religious fanaticism and wisdom that is profitable to direct.
A Nigerian doctor from Yobe State with the name Dr. Jawa has just released a treatment he believes can cure the deadly Coronavirus.
The doctor has notified and presented his medication to the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control NCDC, the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19 and the Governor of Yobe State. The drug, which is yet to be proven have been taken in for clinical test and assessments.
Dr. Jawa has Masters Degree from WFAS Institute Beijing. He also has a PhD in Holistic Medicine (African traditional Medical Science) from University of Kolkata.
Dr. Jawa has 40 years experience in the field of traditional medicine and has produced many medicines.
Dr. Jawa pedigree includes being the Executive Secretary of Yobe Traditional Medicine Board and National President of African Traditional Medicine Practioners. He has a school that awards diploma in African and Chinese Traditional Medicine, duly certified by Federal Ministry of Health.
President Buhari has started the journey on the most talked about and most desired political process in the recent history of Nigeria – Restructuring.
Restructuring Nigeria basically involves unbundling the powers of the Federal Government and empowering the Federating units of States and Local Governments to be able to tap from their resources to earn their money and control their security while contributing a portion of their proceeds to the Federal Government.
In 2011, the administration of President Goodluck Jonathan organized a National Conference where elder statesmen from all parts of the country converged in Abuja to discuss and agree on a new template of governing the country based on restructuring. The report was concluded and submitted in 2012. It was known as the Oronsaye report. Ironically, the administration of Goodluck Jonathan who organized the conference failed to adopt its recommendations and restructure the country.
Following the global economic effect of the Covid-19 pandemic and the significant fall in global oil prices, the Nigerian Government realized it can no longer run on the present structure as the country is seriously cash trapped, the President set up an Economic recovery committee headed by the Vice President, Professor Yemi Osibanjo saddled with the responsibility of working Nigeria out of the looming global recession.
As one of the measures to curtail excessive Government spending, the President approved the implementation of the Oronsaye report that will lead to a cut down in the number of agencies and MDAs run by the Government and a merger of several duplicate agencies.