Showing posts from May, 2020

15-Year-Old Boy, Samuel Onuoha Marries His 22-Year-Old Lover, Anurika John In Abia (Photos)

                            # Humanity A story of a young boy who got married to a 22 years old girl has set the internet on fire. A teenage boy, Samuel Abraham Onuoha, a 15-year-old boy has married his lover, 22-year-old Anurika John in Abia state. It was a dramatic moment when the wedding ceremony was held on Sunday 26 April 2020 in Amaiyi Igbere in Bende L.G.A of Abia State. Samuel is the only son of his late father Mr Abraham Onuoha, who died in 2010. According to the mother, Mrs Peace Abraham, Samuel was born in 2005 after many years of marriage without a child. His mother also revealed in an interview that she was forced to accept the marriage due to the condition of her husband’s family. The minister Rev. Okoro Ogbu of the Assemblies of God Church, who officiated the wedding ceremony, advised the couple not to be amazed by the way of the marriage especially the age in which Samuel has decided to get married. My question is if age does no

Babafemi Taiwo Studying On Remdesivir COVID-19 Drug

#Humanity A bright doctor from the West African country of Nigeria Babafemi Taiwo is leading part of a major study on antiviral drug Remdesivir appearing to treat COVID-19, the potentially deadly respiratory disease caused by the coronavirus, which has killed more than 200,000 people around the world. CNN interviewed Dr Taiwo, whose name suggests he is a twin from the southwestern part of Nigeria, to discuss the promising results. Remdesivir, the antiviral drug made by Gilead Sciences, appears to help coronavirus patients recover more quickly than no treatment at all, but it does not significantly reduce death, according to preliminary data from the National “For the first time we have a large, well-conducted trial” showing a treatment helps, he said. “This is not a miracle drug … but it’s definitely better than anything we have.” Fauci said the partial results showed that the drug had “a clear-cut significant positive effect,” shortening the time to hospital disch