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‘Mummy Calm Down’ Little Boy Begs To Avoid Beaten

‘Calm Down’ is now the trending words currently in Nigeria and it came from a little boy who was asking his mum to calm down in order avoid being punished.

Watch the wisdom the little boy manipulated that got even the Lagos State Governor talking.

German League Set To Return Mid-May

The German Bundesliga is set to return on May 15 with the German government poised to agree on measures to further ease coronavirus restrictions.

It has been reported that measures to control the spread of the coronavirus will be eased in a teleconference with Chancellor Angela Merkel scheduled for Wednesday.

Germany has been more successful than other large European countries in slowing the spread of the virus – it estimates that every 100 carriers of the virus now infects only 74 others on average, well below the 100 mark where new restrictions must be imposed.

German clubs have been back in training since last month with restrictions ahead of a planned return to full training and then games this month.

The Bundesliga has been on pause since March, with nine games left to play for most clubs in the division.

The restart could look bizarre, with players facing the possibility of playing in masks and being told not to touch one another in scenarios such as celebrations – all while playing in front of eerily empty arenas.

Video: How the CJN failed to “impressive” the Senate on his Technicalities response.

The social media is abuzz as a result of Ibrahim Muhammad’s, chief justice of Nigeria (CJN), screening at the senate on Thursday.

The CJN was in the Senate for confirmed on Thursday.

While responding to a question asked by senator Eyinnaya Abaribe, Minority Leader and member Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) from Abia state, Muhammad veered off track.

The lawmaker had asked Muhammad to clarify the philosophy of the court regarding judgements given by technicalities.

“My Lord, in 2018, Akeredolu vs Abraham, I can quote the supreme court if you permit me. The supreme court said, ‘technicality in the administration of justice, shuts out justice. it is, therefore, better to have a case heard or determined on its merit than to leave the court with the shield of victory obtained on a mere technicality,” he had said.

“But my lord, just a few weeks ago, the supreme court also said and I quote, ‘The correct order to make is to declare the judgement of the trial tribunal a nullity as a result of one of the panelists not sitting on a day when proceedings were held’. And Nigerians are really worried, we would like to know where this supreme court will be situated under you?”

Responding, Muhammad defined technicality, saying there are technicalities in Nigerian laws because the laws were inherited were from the British.

He said he could not “drive a plane” because of the technicalities involved, adding that: “If something which is technical comes before the court, what we do in trial courts is to ask people who are experts in that field to come and testify. We rely on their testimony because they are experts in that field.”

Social media users have been circulating the video, making different comments.

Watch the video below:

JUST IN: Police dismissed Officer Who Shot And Killed Kolade Johnson

“At the conclusion of the trial, the first defaulter, Inspector Ogunyemi Olalekan, was found guilty of discreditable conduct by acting in a manner prejudicial to discipline and unbecoming of members of the force by shooting and killing Kolade Johnson; Unlawful and Unnecessary exercise of authority by using unnecessary violence, by using AK 47 rifle on the deceased in total neglect to the provisions of Force Order 237 on the use of Firearms

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