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EXPLAINER: What to know about Omicron, new COVID ‘variant of concern’

After a meeting of the technical advisory group on SARS-CoV-2 virus evolution (TAG-VE), an independent group of experts that periodically monitors and evaluates COVID-19 evolution, the World Health Organisation (WHO) named the new variant “Omicron” and designated it a ‘variant of concern’ (VOC) because of its “concerning” number of mutations.Scientists are working to unravel more details about the variant. But here are a few things we do know about the Omicron COVID-19 variant.

New COVID-19 variant: Mauritius to stop flights from South Africa from Nov 28

Mauritius will suspend all commercial passenger flights from South Africa from November 28 due to the new coronavirus variant, Omicron, its foreign affairs ministry said on Saturday.

HOW TO PURCHASE COPIES OF VOLUME 11 OF THE NIGERIAN BAR JOURNAL.

Lawyers and Law Firms who wish to purchase copies of the Journal are please advised to contact the NBA Secretariat through the following persons: Mr. Ezekiel David on 07037000909; and Mr. Nelson Azunna on 07065399177. Payments are to be made through the following account details: ACCOUNT NAME: NBA ADMIN ACCOUNT NAME OF BANK: ACCESS BANK NIG. PLC ACCOUNT NUMBER: 0694192944

IPMAN backs FG on fuel subsidy, NANS threatens massive protests

We welcome the decision of the government to stop subsidising petrol by 2022 and we are hoping it will attract more investments to the sector, especially with the passage of PIA. The National Association of Nigerian Students has threatened to embark on massive protests nationwide if the Federal Government removes petrol subsidy and allows fuel to sell for as high as N340 per litre come February 2022.

NOVELTY MATCH BETWEEN FIDA QUEENS AND Y.C. MAIKYAU STRIKERS

Of a truth, there are no losers in this game. Everyone, no matter their level of influence must strive to eliminate violence against women and girls.

Court orders CBN to present Nigeria Police Force statement of account within 21 days

Hon. Justice Olufunke Anuwe of the Abuja Judicial division of the National Industrial Court has ordered Central Bank of Nigeria to present to the court the statement of the accounts of the Nigeria Police Force and the Federal Ministry of Justice in its custody showing the balances of the accounts within 21 days.

CJN, 6 Supreme Court Justices clock 40 years at the Bar

“Forty years’ post-call is indeed and unarguably a huge, glorious and uncommon milestone, worthy of celebration and thanksgiving. When we look back, 40 years ago in the lives of each and everyone of us, we certainly have so much to be grateful for

4,000 cases of rape against minors recorded in Kano

Over 4,000 cases of rape and other violence against women and children have been recorded in Kano in the last five years by the WARAKA Sexual Assault Referral Centre, SARC, in Kano State alone.This was made public by the Chairman SARC Steering Committee, Sanusi Aliyu Yakasai, at a press conference for the commemoration of 16 days of activism for elimination of Gender Based Violence Kano State
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