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Teniola Apata Has A Birthday Gift For Her Fans With New Single ‘Come and See’



As she turns 27 years old today, Teniola Apata known by her stage name ‘Teni the Entertainer’ has a gift for her fans. In a recent post on her Instagram page, the goofy – chubby superstar musician who has hit songs like ‘billionaire’, ‘case’ , and ‘uyomeyo’  she posted the news of the single with the caption “Birthday Gift’.

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Despite the rigors of 2020, Teni has managed to consistently keep her fans entertained and interested.

Sung in English and Yoruba, the new single titled ‘Come and See’ is true to style as Teni takes fans on a ride with melodious, feel good music that makes listeners forget about their struggles.

She teams up with her producer ‘P. Prime’ on this one. The producer also has some great hits on his discography. Some of them include the fan favourite ‘loading’ by Olamide.

P Prime has also taken to his page to wish Teni a happy birthday with the caption “Happy birthday Sugar mummy” using the soundtrack of the new single ‘come and see’ See Post Below:

On this song Teni appears to be grateful as she testifies of overcoming different hurdles, it’s a highly spiritual kind of vibe.

The most amazing thing about this sound is that it resonates with every listener, because everyone has been through a struggle. Indeed, this song ‘come and see’ is the most perfect gift from Teni to her fans as the year comes to a close.

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DR Congo, Congo-Brazzaville Qualify For CHAN Quarterfinals



An interesting end to the group games at the African Nations Championship saw the two sides of the River Congo qualify for the quarterfinals.

Democratic Republic of Congo, two-time champions, proved their mettle as they defeated Niger in the third group game to lead the pack with seven points.

Their brothers from Brazzaville also defeated Libya to finish the group as the second-best team with four points.

Congo DR will face hosts Cameroon in a tricky quarterfinal encounter on Saturday while the Republic of Congo will square up against group A leaders, Mali.

In group C, Morocco came from behind to thrash the Cranes of Uganda 5-2 to finish the group with 7 points while the Amavubi of Rwanda sent the streets of Kigali into rapture with a 3-2 victory against the Sparrowhawks of Togo.

Both final group games of group C gave 12 goals as the CHAN came to life.

Morocco will face Zambia, who came second in group D after a 0-0 final day draw against Namibia. Rwanda have set up a quarter-final clash against Guinea in what promises to be an interesting affair in Cameroon.

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Zambian President Grants 246 Death Row Inmates Clemency



President Edgar Lungu of Zambia has removed 246 inmates, who were on death row, and commutated their sentences to life sentences.

Minister of Home Affairs, Stephen Kampyongo, on Wednesday, said that among the inmates includes 225 males and 21 females.

He announced the commuting of the sentences during an event held at Mukobeko Maximum Prison in central Zambia’s Kabwe town which was streamed live on Facebook.

He made the clemency of death to life sentences for over 500 after 332 inmates had their sentences commutated in 2015.

He said the commutation of sentences of inmates would help decongest the section of condemned inmates at the prison which was meant for 50 people but now has over 400 inmates.

The move, he said, was also meant to protect inmates from contracting COVID-19.

In spite of the death penalty being on the country’s statutes, Zambia has not carried out any execution since 1997.

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Nigeria Confirms 15 Additional COVID-19 Deaths



The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has confirmed 15 additional deaths from COVID-19 complications, bringing the total number of death toll in the country to 1,522.

The NCDC disclosed this on its website.

The centre also said that 1,303 new cases of COVID-19 was recorded, bringing the total number of infection in the country to 124,299.

The new infections were reported in 24 states and the Federal Capital Territory.

The centre said Lagos, FCT and Nasarawa recorded the highest number of COVID-19 infections on Monday, with 478 , 211 and 83 cases respectively.

Others state with new infections are Rivers-72, Kwara-42, Edo-36, Ondo-34, Benue-32, Kaduna-32, Katsina-26, Plateau-26, Kano-25, Taraba-25, Osun-22, Delta-21, Oyo-21, Niger-19, Sokoto-18, Ebonyi-17, Ekiti-14, Gombe-13, Ogun-12, Bauchi-11, Zamfara-eight, Borno-four and Jigawa-one.

The 1,270,523 people have been tested since the first confirmed case of COVID-19 was recorded on Feb. 27, 2020.

The agency also announced that 917 patients have been discharged from isolation centres across the country after testing negative to the virus , raising the total number of patients discharged to 99,276.

It added that the discharged included 542 community recoveries in Lagos State, 103 in Plateau and 22 in Kwara, managed in line with NCDC guidelines.

The NCDC noted that a multi-sectoral national Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) activated at Level III, is coordinating response activities nationwide.

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