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#Covid19!! People treated with herbal cure recovers faster ―Ezeife

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A former governor of Anambra State, Chief Chukwuemeka Ezeife has said that “said that available information has shown that people infected by COVID-19 and privately treated at home recovered faster than those taken to isolation centres”.

Chief Ezeife also known as Okwadike stated this while advocating the use of herbal cure for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19). According to him, the virus cannot survive African herbal cure.

“Information available on how families dealt with their relations who had tested positive with COVID-19, but were not taken to isolation centers or COVID-19 treatment centers, but were privately treated at home, suggest that the coronavirus cannot survive some herbal treatments,” he noted.

In a statement titled, “A call for more aggressive treatment (cure) of coronavirus” .Chief Ezeife commended the alertness, commitment, resolve, and the resulting effectiveness with which the government has dealt with the invasion by the coronavirus. He said that a major defect observed was in the treatment of persons attacked by the virus.

According to him, “All fair-minded mature people must, irrespective of political leanings, commend the alertness, commitment, resolve, and the resulting effectiveness, with which people in Government, have dealt with the invasion by the coronavirus.

“The responses of all the governments including African governments were very commendable. But there is, in one very critical area, a major defect, a lapse and, indeed, a failure. This is in the area of treating persons attacked by the virus.

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ASUU might end strike as FG shifts position on meeting demands.

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The federal government has agreed to provide an additional sum of N15 billion to the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).

This means a cumulative sum of N65 billion has been provided for the settlement of the lecturers’ allowances and the revitalization of the university system. During a 7-hour meeting on Friday, November 20, it was also agreed that ASUU will be exempted from the Integrated Personnel Payroll System (IPPIS) which has been generating hiccups against the end of the strike action. Legit.ng notes that this is coming weeks after the federal government insisted that the lecturers’ body could not determine how it should be paid to its employers. Reading the communique at the end of negotiations, minister of labour and employment, Chris Ngige disclosed that the federal government shifted ground on some demands of ASUU.


The minister also stated that the salary arrears of the body’s members from February to June 2020 will be paid using the old salary payment platform, GIFIMS.

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