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Lionel Messi donates €1Million to fight coronavirus

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Barcelona star Lionel Messi has once again shown his philanthropic acts by donating €1Million to Hospital Clinic in Barcelona to fight coronavirus.

Lionel Messi donates $1 million for coronavirus

The clinic had been affected with the coronavirus pandemic and Lionel Messi has made this donation to help them battle against it, and also for research purposes.

 

Hospital Clinic had confirmed a donation by Lionel Messi on their Twitter page

“Thank you, Leo, for your commitment and your support”.

A statement was released by Hospital clinic, it reads:

“The Covid-19 pandemic is a health challenge that is being worked on with maximum coordination and effective healthcare, but it is also necessary to face the disease from the scientific perspective.
“The Clinic teams are committed to this fight and we appreciate all the donations that come our way.
“We will dedicate it to the multidisciplinary approach to infection with the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, both in terms of research, and in the care of patients and their families.
“The exceptional nature of the situation means that the institution will allocate the funds received to meet the identified needs and priorities.
“As always, in order to be transparent, the clinic will communicate to its donors in due course specifically where their donations have been allocated, how they have been used, and what the results have been.
“Each and every one of the contributions are important and add up.
“On behalf of all the Clinic workers, thank you!”
Meanwhile, Lionel Messi’s former manager Pep Guardiola has also made a donation of the same amount to Barcelona Medical College and the Angel Soler Foundation. Spain is the second most affected European country after Italy with over 42,000 cases, and over 2900 deaths from the Covid-19 outbreak.

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‘I am ready to save mankind’ – Pastor says as he demands $100,000 to fight Coronavirus demon in hell

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A South African cleric, Pastor Mboro, has offered to go to hell and fight the demon responsible for the coronavirus pandemic.

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According to Kenya Updates, Pastor Mboro has offered to embark on the dangerous journey and save mankind only for a sum of $100,000 (₦36,700,000) to cover his transport logistics.

 

“I am ready to save mankind,” Pastor Mboro said, “I have seen a vision of how the Coronavirus demon looks like and I will defeat it,”

The pastor also stated that there was no need to waste money on research as the real cause of the disease that has infected 640,589 people with 29,848 deaths is a demon in hell which he has volunteered to kill.

“There is no need for worry and expensive research, the real problem is the demon causing this disease and I am ready to kill it once and for all,” Pastor Mboro said.

 

The pastor gave an ultimatum saying the money should come no later than the second week in April.

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“I wanted to be Nigeria’s youngest billionaire at 18” – Uncle who killed twin nephews for rituals confesses

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18-year-old Kelvin Uzor, has been arrested for the alleged killing of his brother’s identical twins for money-making ritual on March 6, 2020, in Oko Ogbele, Delta State.

 

The police revealed that Uzor killed the seven-year-old boys, then removed their penis, eyes, tongues and hands, which he allegedly hurriedly took to a native doctor in Anambra State.

Kelvin, however, has denied killing the twins, insisting that it was his friend one Onuwa Olisah, who killed them.

 

Incidentally, Onuwa’s 11-year-old brother, Iweka Olisah, has also confessed to seeing his elder brother with a bloodied machete.

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Kelvin said that his only crime was in attending the meeting with Onuwa and others, where they deliberated on how to carry out money making ritual. He claimed to have backed out of the devilish plan at the last minutes.

 

He said,

“My hope was to make money, drive big cars and build a house. I wanted to become a young chief because most of these young boys did not work as hard as I did and now they are millionaires. I’m a farmer and it requires hard work.

I was not even making enough money for myself. This was why I agreed to be part of the meeting. Onuwa convinced me that was the fastest way to become rich. He said that most of our colleagues made money through that means.

My greatest mistake was that I did not inform my family when Onuwa suggested that we should use the twins. I love those twins so much and their parents are nice.

When we were making arrangement who to use, Onuwa mentioned the twins, I cautioned him, but I didn’t know he would still go ahead with his plan. I have begged my brother to hold on until police arrest Onuwa for him to know that I had nothing to do with the murder of the twins.”

 

 

Since the kidnap and subsequent murder of the twins, Onuwa, who is a neighbour, has since disappeared into thin air.

 

 

READ MORE: JAMBITE DIES ON HER WAY TO WRITE THE EXAM  IN CALABAR

 

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Buhari receives COVID-19 briefing from Minister of Health and DG of NCDC at the State House (Photos)

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President Buhari has formally received the Minister of Health, Dr. Osagie Ehanire and the Director General of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control, Chikwe Ihekweazu at the State house on Saturday, 28 March, 2020 for a briefing on the situation of the covid-19 “Coronavirus” currently in the country.

 

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The President, some days ago, approved the immediate release of a 10 billion Naira grant to Lagos State, which remains the epicentre of the Covid-19 outbreak in Nigeria.

 

This grant will enable Lagos increase its capacity to control and contain the outbreak, while also supporting ot
her States with capacity-building.

 

READ MORE : GHANA CONFIRMS ONE DEAD, CLOSES BORDER

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