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Many Feared Dead, Others Injured As Gas Tanker Rams Into Ibadan Market

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Many Feared Dead, Others Injured As Tanker Rams Into Ibadan Market-Crystal News

A gas tanker has reportedly killed 10 persons, injured a few at Bode market, Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

Crystal News gathered that the driver lost control of the vehicle around Idi Arere area and struggled with it until it got to Bode market, where the unfortunate incident happened.

Security operatives and men of the Oyo State Fire Service have moved to the scene to prevent further fire explosions from the gas tanker.

As of the time of filing this report, the state’s Sector Commander of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Uche Chukwurah is yet to react to the tragic incident.

The casualty figure remains unknown at the time of filing this report.

Details later…

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8 Dead, 9 Missing In Hotel Building Collapse

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At least eight people died after a hotel in eastern China collapsed, local authorities said on Tuesday.

The bodies of eight people were recovered while a further nine people were missing in the rubble, the city government of Suzhou in Jiangsu province said.

The Siji Kaiyuan Hotel in the city’s Wujiang District suddenly collapsed on Monday afternoon.

So far, 14 people have been rescued, with 13 of them injured, the city government said.

A large-scale rescue and recovery operation was underway, with search dogs and teams including earthquake specialists deployed, the city said.

The cause of the collapse was not initially clear and was being investigated.

The provincial authorities called for safety inspections to prevent similar incidents happening elsewhere.

Suzhou is around 100 kilometres east of Shanghai.

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Ex Kano Governor, Col. Sani Bello’s Milk of Kindness

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Light Skinned stoutly built self-styled billionaire , Col. Sani Bello is one person who quietly goes about running his businesses, even as he keeps breaking new grounds.

But like a man’s talent announces him, Sani  Bello’s unusual and unrivaled wand in the energy sector where he runs his business announced him like a gold fish without a hiding place.

Since the former Kano State military governor left Nigerian Army many years ago he has dedicated his entire life to the  his huge philanthropic activities.

Blessed with a heart of gold, Sani Bello isn’t an ordinary man, he’s a genius,  a visionary,  and  successful man,  not in terms of money, jets and so on but a man who is able to materialize what was thought of or seen on the inside to the outside.

So last week the Chairman of MAINSTREAM ENERGY (MESL) donated  N500m Medical Interventions to restrain the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Nigeria.

As gathered the Niger state billionaire donated this kind gesture through his company , Mainstream Energy Solutions Limited (“MESL”), operators of the Kainji and Jebba Hydropower Plants in Niger State has donated over N500 million worth of Medical and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in

Nigeria.

As revealed the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital (UATH) and the Minna Isolation Centre in Niger State being the front-line institutions dealing with the pandemic are the first beneficiaries to receive the medical and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

A source disclosed it  said that the  institution has fully equipped a 50-bed isolation Centre in Minna, Niger State which included medical equipment such as ventilators, ECG machines, haematology analyzers, x-ray machines and PPE, adding that, they have provided some other critical equipment for use in the isolation ward of the UATH, including X-Ray machines, digitizers, personal protective equipment (PPE), CT scans, and 350KVA generator to make certain

of constant power supply.

According to him, nine rooms at the newly constructed Trauma Centre within the Teaching

Hospital were furnished to provide accommodation for doctors and nurses who are in the frontline

of providing medical services to COVID-19 patients and are unable to return home to their families

due to isolation requirements.

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Oando Group Chief Executive, Adewale Tinubu’s Legendary Philanthropic Acts

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In the past months, the Nigerian society has  witnessed the emergence of seasonal philanthropists and donors, following the outbreak of the deadly corona virus pandemic, otherwise known as COVID-19.

This group of overnight donors, who seem to be struggling hard to push to the background the well known philanthropists in our society, not only mouth their acts of benevolence, they also literally hawk them, to the chagrin of the morally conscious ones.

These days, many shamelessly make a spectacle of every little act of fellow-feeling they do, thereby subjecting the beneficiaries to avoidable public ridicule.

Anyone would think they are in some competition of sorts, trying to outshine one another.

But as disheartening as the trend is, a few privileged individual members of the society can be said to be toeing a different path in relation to their humane dispositions.

Interestingly, one of such is Jubril Adewale Tinubu, Group Chief Executive, Oando Group, who marvel with his legendary philanthropic acts.

But unlike those who are so showy about their acts of kindness to the needy, he empathizes with them and lifts them financially so quietly.

A close source to the oil magnate revealed that, since the commencement of this year’s Ramadan fast, he had expended millions of Naira on foodstuff and cash that he gave indigent Muslim faithful around him.

Not only that we also gathered that many have benefited from his kind gestures since the outbreak of COVID-19 as he has fed many families and doles out cash quietly without making noise out of it.

Tinubu  is one personality whose love for fellow human beings beggars description, this is because he gives freely without creating unnecessary attention about it, while he would rather do this without making a song and a dance of it.

While many of his mates  roll out drum and publicise little gestures, the billionaire would rather adhere to the saying ‘When you help the needy, leave your camera behind at home’

“ It is like a vow he has made to God. He does it annually during Ramadan. This is just one of his several philanthropic deeds, as well as interventions, to the help the course of humanity,” the source added.

By virtue of his rare accomplishments, Jubril Adewale Tinubu, GCE, Oando  Group , is one of the few businessmen who have written their names in gold.

The string of industry awards that litter his ornate office is evident of his success story in the sector. So far, it can be said that Providence has been fair to him, especially when you consider his intimidating resume, international connection and riches.

He has scored many firsts in the pasts and he still continues in that  trends in fact he was born a leader.  Naturally, he has been placed far above his contemporaries and competitors.

Undoubtedly, today the Lagos State born oil mogul  is one of the few Nigeria’s businessmen that can rub shoulders with other top businessmen around the globe as he commands respect in the world business sector. He has succeeded in engraving his name in the hearts of the generality of his compatriots.

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