Breaking: Queen Elizabeth’s Husband, Prince Philip, Is Dead
Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburg and husband of Queen Elizabeth II is dead. He passed away on Friday, 9th April 2021. This news broke around 11 am GMT (12 pm Nigerian time) when numerous international news agencies, including the BBC, began to report it.
Born on June 10, 1921, on the Greek island of Corfu, he was the only son of Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark, and Princess Alice of Battenberg. Greece’s king, Philip’s uncle, was forced to abdicate when Philip was a baby, and the family fled to Paris, France.
At age 7, he moved to England, where he lived at Kensington Palace. Philip lived there with his paternal grandmother, Victoria Mountbatten, and later attended Gordonstoun, a boarding school in Scotland.
BREAKING: FG ANNOUNCES PHASE IV OF COVID-19 LOCKDOWN
The federal government has announced phase four of the dreaded Covid-19 lockdown. Announcing the news, the government said this lockdown is going to be effective in all the 36 states of the nation beginning from midnight tomorrow.
The Federal Government has announced Phase IV of the COVID-19 lockdown across all 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
The Head of Technical Secretariat of the Presidential Steering Committee (PSC) on COVID-19, Dr. Mukhtar Mohammed, who made the announcement on Monday in Abuja, said the new directive is to take effect by midnight of Tuesday, May 11.
With the lockdown imposed, mass gatherings in public spaces have been restricted to 50 people at any given time. Access to government institutions would also be denied to anyone not wearing a face mask while government meetings and travels have been limited to the virtual platform.
According to Mohammed, the government has directed that bars and nightclubs should remain closed and the nationwide curfew will be in force until further notice. He added that only essential international travels would be encouraged, and all existing protocols must be strictly adhered to.