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Abuja Residents Flood Pharmacies In Search Of Chloroquine To Prevent Coronavirus


According to SaharaReporters, some Abuja residents on Friday flooded pharmacies to purchase Chloroquine, in a bid to protect themselves against the dreaded Coronavirus pandemic.

President of United States, Donald Trump, had on Thursday hinted that the country was fast-tracking the anti-malarial drug for use as a treatment against the virus.
Armed with that information, Nigerians trying to avoid the viruscoming close to them, stormed Abuja pharmacies on Friday in search of the item.
As a result, pharmacies across most parts of the city were now taking advantage by selling Chloroquine for N1000 as against N400 before today.
A pharmacist told SaharaReporters on Friday that demand for the item had shot up significantly as some customers buy as much as 10 to 20 packs each.
According to him, many people are buying drugs with Chloroquine in an anticipation of a scarcity especially as the virus continue to spread in the country.
He said, “Many customers came here this morning to buy as many as 10 to 20 packs because it was announced in the US that it can cure the virus.
“As you can, see I don’t have a single pack left in the shelve again. They have bought everything.”
He added that suppliers have started hoarding the drug and refused to sell to them again.
Also, many residents were seen buying food items in large quantities in anticipation of a lock down.



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“I confessed my love to a girl and she sent her account details for me to prove it”- Nigerian man writes


A Nigerian man identified as Chidi has vented his spleen on Twitter, after he tried wooing a lady but got a shocking response in return.
Narrating the story via Twitter, Chidi said he confessed love to an anonymous girl he was interested in and she immediately asked him to prove his love for her.
He went further to inquire how he can do that and she sent her account details to him.
Sharing the experience via his Twitter handle, @chidibanx wrote:
“I confessed my love to a girl and she said she needs me to prove it, i asked her to give me a hint on how i should prove my love is real then she sent me her account number.”
See his post:



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Good Samaritan spends N1m on free food for Lagosians (Video)


A Good Samaritan has reportedly spent over N1 million in feeding Lagosians who are going through serious hardship due to the ongoing lockdown in Lagos.
The woman, who is a professional caterer, said she started her benevolent act even before the official lockdowncommenced.
She said she has gotten help from other generous Nigerians after they saw her good work.
Watch the video below:



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89-year old grandmother who beat breast cancer, cancer of the womb and skin cancer also defeats coronavirus



Gran-of-seven and great-great-gran-of-one Dorothy was taken to hospital by ambulance on March 27 after she found herself more breathless than usual and with a raging temperature.The retired factory packer, who has also beaten three types of cancer in her life, was kept in a private isolated room for the week she was in hospital.But the mum-of-two and great-grandma-of-seven was given the all clear and discharged from hospital last week to be reunited with her son, steelworker Ian.Pregnant Jade said NHS staff were over the moon that Dorothy had recovered from coronavirus because of her age and health condition.The carer said not being able to visit her gran was the most heart-breaking thing of all.Jade and her family suspect Dorothy caught the virus from carers who visit her home, where she lives alone, four times per day, and are urging people to stay indoors to protect other elderly people.Grandaughter Jade Elrick, 26, said: “We obviously weren’t allowed to see her – the hospital said she was in a room which she didn’t like, she didn’t understand why we weren’t able to visit.“We tried to call but the nurses wouldn’t even hand her the phone because of infection control.“We were all worried sick – it was horrible.“Because of social distancing, only my dad could be there to wecome her home.”I spoke to her for the first time on Facetime when she got home and it was emotional.“We’re honestly so happy to have her back, it is such a relief.“After she’d watched the TV when she got back she asked my dad if he’d seen the news about this virus going around and he’d told her that’s what she’d had – she was none the wiser.“But we aren’t surprised she’s back as she’s really tough – she’s had breast cancer, cancer of the womb and skin cancer and she’s still going.”



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