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67-Year-old female US citizen invited by lover dies after showing COVID-19 symptoms in Delta

ONYINYE’S MIRROR ON LIFE

Not lost, but found in Motherhood!
ONYINYE OYEDELE, Ontario, Canada
Oh yes, moms are part of a serious ‘humanitarian relief’ effort! Children make faces claiming that they are starving (which are frequent during this lockdown). Do you know how many ‘concoction’ meals you have cooked, bought, baked, and warmed up, just to keep children alive?

Coping during COVID-19
Pastor AMOS D. DADA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Pray, read my bible, listen to Christian songs and watch movies. Occasionally, I take a walk around our neighbourhood with my wife. I also play scrabble with my wife and children. When not fasting, my wife cooks my best delicacy and I sit down and enjoy it!

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Virtual Learning – Is it effective for science lab courses?
ALFRED O. UZOKWE, Harrisburg, PA, USA
Ever since the stay at home order, occasioned by the pandemic, started, I have been following the update information from the desk of the president of my son’s college.

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My Month of Mercy
Pastor AMOS D. DADA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
God is a God of mercy. God can pardon your sins and change your situation. Have you or your family been attacked by the spirit of death, diseases and challenges whether by Coronavirus or any virus, I have good news for you, Jesus of the bible is a merciful God.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, COVID-19, and American exceptionalism
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
In our conversation, some of my answers in defense of American uniqueness was humbling and simple: The United States of America cares for me, and all that is mine. It also cares for humanity and creates an enabling environment for her citizens to thrive with prosperity.
America and the deadly politics of the coronavirus
LEBURAH GANAGO, Atlanta, GA, USA
As if the charade of those protests is not bizarre enough, Trump’s Attorney General, William Barr, has threatened to join the protesters in suing state governors who are imposing restrictions to keep their citizens safe from the coronavirus.

UZOKWE’S SEARCHLIGHT

Nigeria: Anambra State relaxes lock down amidst assurances trailed by concerns
ALFRED O. UZOKWE, Harrisburg, PA, USA
I must admit that I am a vanguard for the stay at home order, for now, to minimize the rate of spread of the disease. But based on the evidence the Governor adduced for his action, I have no basis to fault him.

The Chadian onslaught against Boko Haram: Questions and implications
PRIYE S. TORULAGHA, Miami, Florida, USA
Since its inception, Boko Haram has raised more questions than answers due to the mysteriousness of its existence. No one is willing to publicly accept responsibility for planting the seed that resulted in its germination, yet, it seems to be backed by very powerful individuals, groups and entities.
An Open Letter to Covid-19
Anayochukwu Iheagwara, Ontario, Canada
Dear Covid-19, Confounder of humanity, disruptor of societies and crippler of economies, like an enigmatic alien, you invaded our world with your invisible weapons of mass infection.

UZOKWE’S SEARCHLIGHT

Nigeria: Stigma of Coronavirus affliction could be impeding accurate reporting and the fight against the contagion
ALFRED O. UZOKWE, Harrisburg, PA, USA
Judging from what the whole world is going through, with respect to this coronavirus, Nigeria has so far been lucky. In fact, Africa has been lucky.

; Mr. President, hunger is deadlier than COVID-19!
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
Your presidential message [on Monday, April 13, 2020] to the nation was bureaucratic, aspirational and substantive in presentation.

THE CHRISTIAN WALK

One world government, one world economy, one world religion and the number 6+6+6 (Part 4)
MOSHOOD FAYEMIWO, Cameron, Texas, USA
When Adam and Eve fell into Satan’s temptation by disobeying the Lord God Almighty and chose to believe Satan by eating the forbidden fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, Satan and his rebellious angels seized a golden opportunity to become gods on earth.

Easter at the Crossroads of ‘Empty Tomb’ and ‘Empty Churches’ (1)
Rev. Fr. FRANCIS A. OBORJI, The Vatican
Today’s image of our ’empty churches’, which we see on televisions and hear every day on the news, will eventually turn out to be a ‘new beginning’ – a new ‘spring-time’ for us Christians, the churches and the world in general. Our churches and customary liturgical church-community public worship will resurrect again, in the power of the Risen Christ, at the end of the present COVID-19 lockdown.
Time and time again!
YAHAYA BALOGUN, Arizona, USA
In the race of life, if you’re an intolerant leader, and you are unaccommodating to dissenting views and opinions, you might temporarily win, maybe in the short run, but in the long run, you will fail to meet the standards of realism.
Conspiracy theories: Pastors, Covid-19 Pandemic, 5G, Covid-19 Vaccine, End-times, Rapture and Return of Christ
HEZEKIAH ADESANYA
There’s been a lot of conspiracies, especially on Social Media, in recent weeks about Covid-19 Pandemic as caused by 5G digital technology, People are being encouraged not to take part in or take any New vaccine that maybe developed for Covid-19, we are in the end times and that the Rapture is near.

FROM THE PREACHER’S LENSES

Certain Foretastes & Shadows that Revealed how God was to perfect the Salvation of Man with the Blood of Jesus (2)
SAM AWEDA, Lagos, Nigeria
Jesus is therefore, exactly the kind of High Priest we need; for He is holy and blameless, unstained by sin, undefiled by sinners…. He never needs the daily blood of animal sacrifices, as the human priests did, to cover first their own sins….

In the fight against Covid-19, Africans must learn from history
Rev Fr. STAN CHU ILO, Chicago, USA
Between December, 2013, when the outbreak of EVD was first reported, and September, 2015, more than 27,000 cases were reported with 11,000 reported deaths. It was, according to experts, the worst Ebola outbreak in history.
COVID-19: A call for responsive spiritual leadership
Rev. Fr. FRANCIS A. OBORJI, The Vatican
In a country where a government that is meant to provide the masses with basic necessities – adequate security of lives and property, cater for their welfare, is rotten, corrupt and overtaken by religious bigotry and ethnocentrism, lopsided governance or dictatorship, what will be the fate of such a people at this time of COVID-19 pandemic lockdown?

UZOKWE’S SEARCHLIGHT

Fight against Coronavirus in Nigeria must include sanitary/sterile hospitals and hospital staff
ALFRED O. UZOKWE, Harrisburg, PA, USA
Yes, these measures are going to be very challenging to many, especially Nigerians in the lowest rung of the economic ladder. These are people who survive, on a daily basis…. let me remind all Nigerians that there is a very crucial part of the fight against coronavirus that seems to be ignored or lost in the discussion….

My Month of Service
Pastor AMOS D. DADA, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Service has a purpose both for the person serving and the person being served. Jesus explained this in scriptures. “Not so with you. Instead, whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, 27 and whoever wants to be first must be your slave- 28 just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” Matt 20:26-28 NIV

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