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    Paris Saint-Germain(PSG) were crowned Ligue 1 champions, for the ninth time, on Thursday as France’s football league declared the season.

    PSG led the table by 12 points from Marseille when the season was suspended in mid-March because of the coronavirus outbreak, which has gone on to kill more than 24,000 people in France.

    The announcement by the LFP comes after Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said on Tuesday that “professional sports leagues, notably football, cannot restart” because of the risks linked to the pandemic.

    “There is no ambiguity about this declaration. We needed to make a final decision about this season.

    “We acknowledge that the 2019-20 season is over,” said LFP president Nathalie Boy de la Tour, in a conference call with reporters.

    Ruling out any possibility of following the lead of the Netherlands, who decided to void their season without a champion, relegation or promotion, the LFP said a final table was arranged on the basis of average points per game.

    Ten rounds of matches remained when the campaign was halted, although PSG and Strasbourg both had a game in hand.

    As a result, Marseille and Rennes will go into the Champions League next season, while fourth-placed Lille will play in the Europa League.

    Toulouse and Amiens, the bottom two, are condemned to relegation, with Lorient and Lens coming up from Ligue 2.

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    Paris Saint-Germain(PSG) were crowned Ligue 1 champions, for the ninth time, on Thursday as France’s football league declared the season.

    PSG led the table by 12 points from Marseille when the season was suspended in mid-March because of the coronavirus outbreak, which has gone on to kill more than 24,000 people in France.

    The announcement by the LFP comes after Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said on Tuesday that “professional sports leagues, notably football, cannot restart” because of the risks linked to the pandemic.

    “There is no ambiguity about this declaration. We needed to make a final decision about this season.

    “We acknowledge that the 2019-20 season is over,” said LFP president Nathalie Boy de la Tour, in a conference call with reporters.

    Ruling out any possibility of following the lead of the Netherlands, who decided to void their season without a champion, relegation or promotion, the LFP said a final table was arranged on the basis of average points per game.

    Ten rounds of matches remained when the campaign was halted, although PSG and Strasbourg both had a game in hand.

    As a result, Marseille and Rennes will go into the Champions League next season, while fourth-placed Lille will play in the Europa League.

    Toulouse and Amiens, the bottom two, are condemned to relegation, with Lorient and Lens coming up from Ligue 2.

    The identity of the other European representatives depends on whether the finals of the two domestic cups are ever played.

    Large gatherings of people remain banned in France until September.

    However, if the French government and UEFA accept, both cup finals could yet be staged in August with European places still up for grabs.

    PSG were due to play Lyon in the League Cup final and Saint-Etienne in the French Cup final. If the games are played, Lyon and Saint-Etienne would qualify for the Europa League by winning.

    Lyon — seventh in the table when the season was stopped — would otherwise miss out on European qualification for the first time in over two decades.

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    Ekiti State Governor, Kayode Fayemi, has appointed as coronavirus ambassador, Femi Adeoye, the man who publicly reprimanded his son who travelled to Lagos despite his warning not to embark on the trip.

    The video of Mr Adeoye refusing to cover up for his son over fear of contracting and spreading COVID-19 in Ekiti State went viral after it was shot days ago.

    Adeoye said in the video that he would not take the young man home because his house had no space where his son could isolate himself.

    He urged the authorities to take charge and keep his son under close observation.

    COVID-19: Father Refuses To Accommodate Son Who Returned To Ekiti From Lagos – 06:02
    — Global Times Nigeria

    However, Mr Fayemi met Adeoye on Thursday and commended him for the action as the state battles to contain the ravaging disease.

    A Twitter thread by the government read: “Governor Kayode Fayemi @kfayemi has appointed Mr. Adeoye as a COVID-19 Response Ambassador in Ekiti State. He will help to propagate the message as a member of the COVID-19 Task Force @Ekiti_COVID19 in the State.

    “By, in accordance with existing regulations, denying his son entry into his household having travelled from places under Federal lockdown against his fatherly advice, Mr. Adeoye has proved to be a worthy ambassador of Ekiti State resolve to end the #COVID19 pandemic.

    “The Government and the good people of Ekiti State are very proud of this chivalrous act of courage and principle which are the hallmarks of the Ekiti person.

    “Mr. Adeoye represents the kind of self-discipline, selflessness, and sense of collective responsibility that Ekiti State and Nigeria need desperately today to progress.

    “Ekiti State will in future recognise Mr. Adeoye’s valour as an example of the rebirth of Ekiti Values Orientation which is the central focus of Governor Kayode Fayemi’s @kfayemi administration.”

    Meanwhile, the Ekiti State Government on Wednesday ordered the suspension of a security officer who recorded the video.

    The security officer, while recording the video, made fun of Adeoye, urging him to go home with his son, after he claimed the young man had been tested and certified free of COVID-19.

    The officer was suspended for “incompetence and highhandedness” as the man’s temperature was only checked with a thermometer.

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    The police in Lagos on Wednesday said they have arrested 65 fun seekers for violating the coronavirus lockdown in the state.

    Police Public Relations Officer, Bala Elkana, in a statement said at 2:05pm on Wednesday, acting on credible intelligence, operatives from Area G Command and Oko Oba Division arrested 65 suspects at 84 Park Hotel, Augusto Close, Oko Oba.

    He said the suspects were arrested for holding a birthday party and consuming some substances suspected to be hard/illicit drugs.

    “Some of the suspects were found in the swimming pool catching fun, in total neglect of the social distancing regulations and the lockdown order.

    “The suspects, who are within the range of 16 to 45 years, confessed to have left their various homes to the hotel in defiance to the sit at home order.

    “The Manager of the hotel is equally arrested and the hotel is sealed off by the relevant agency of the State Government. Investigation is ongoing and the suspects will be charged to Court,” he said.

    Elkana said the Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu has called on residents to continue to be law abiding, advising parents to monitor the activities of their children, especially during this lockdown period.

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    1. Fellow Nigerians

    2. I will start by commending you all for the resilience and patriotism that you have shown in our collective fight against the biggest health challenge of our generation.

    3. As at yesterday, 26th April 2020, some three million confirmed cases of COVID nineteen have been recorded globally with about nine hundred thousand recoveries. Unfortunately, some two hundred thousand people have also diedpassed away as a result of this pandemic.

    4. The health systems and economies of many nations continue to struggle as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

    5. Nigeria continues to adopt and adapt to these new global realities on a daily basis. This evening, I will present the facts as they are and explain our plans for the coming month knowing fully aware that some key variables and assumptions may change in the coming days or weeks.

    6. Exactly two weeks ago, there were three hundred and twenty three confirmed cases in 20 States and the Federal Capital Territory.

    7. As at this morning, Nigeria has recorded one thousand two hundred and seventy-three cases across 32 States and the FCT. Unfortunately, these cases includes 40 deaths fatalities.

    8. I will use this opportunity to express our deepest condolences to the families of all Nigerians that have lost their lives loved ones as a result of the COVID nineteen Pandemic. This is our collective loss and we share in your grief.

    9. Initial models predicted that Nigeria will record an estimated two thousand confirmed cases in the first month after the index case.

    10. This means that despite the drastic increase in the number of confirmed cases recorded in the past two weeks, the measures we have put in place thus far have yielded positive outcomes against the projections.

    11. The proportion of cases imported from other countries has reduced to only 19% of new cases, showing that our border closures yielded positive results. . These are mostly fellow Nigerians returning through our land borders. We will continue to enforce land border arrival protocols as part of the containment strategy.

    12. Today, the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has accredited 15 laboratories across the country with an aggregate capacity to undertake 2,500 tests per day across the country.

    13. Based on your feedback, Lagos the State Government and the FCT with support from NCDC is have established several sample collection centers in Lagos and the FCT. They are also reviewing their laboratory testing strategy to further increase the number of tests they can perform including the accreditation of selected private laboratories that meet the accreditation criteria.

    14. Several new fully equipped treatment and isolation centres have been operationalised across the country thereby increasing bed capacity to about three thousand. At this point, I will commend the State Governors for the activation of State-level Emergency Operation Centres, establishment of new treatment centres and the delivery of aggressive risk communication strategies.

    15. Over ten thousand healthcare workers have been trained. For their protection, additional personal protective equipment have been distributed to all the states. Although we have experienced logistical challenges, we remain committed to establish a solid supply chain process to ensure these heroic professionals are can work safely and are properly equipped.

    16. In keeping with our Government’s promise to improve the welfare of healthcare workers, we have signed a memorandum of understanding on the provision of hazard allowances and other incentives with key health sector professional associations. We have also procured insurance cover for five thousand front line health workers. At this point, I must commend the insurance sector for their support in achieving this within a short period of time.

    17. Nigeria has also continued to receive support from the international community, multilateral agencies, the private sector and public-spirited individuals. This support has ensured that critical lifesaving equipment and materials, which have become scarce globally, are available for Nigeria through original equipment manufacturers and government-to-government processes.

    18. The distribution and expansion of palliatives which I directed in my earlier broadcast is still on going in a transparent manner. I am mindful of the seeming frustration being faced by expectant citizens. I urge all potential beneficiaries to exercise patience as we continue to fine tune our logistical and distribution processes working with the State Governments.

    19. I have directed the Central Bank of Nigeria and other financial institutions to make further plans and provisions for financial stimulus packages for small and medium scale enterprises. We recognize the critical role that they play in Nigeria’s economy.

    20. Our Security Agencies continue to rise to the challenge posed by this unusual situation. While we feel deeply concerned about isolated security incidents involving hoodlums and miscreants, I want to assure all Nigerians that your safety and security remains our primary concern especially in these exceedingly difficult and uncertain times. As we focus on protecting lives and properties, we will not tolerate any human rights abuses by our security agencies. The few reported incidences are regrettableregrettable, and I want to assure you that the culprits will be brought to justice.

    21. I urge all Nigerians to continue to cooperate and show understanding whenever they encounter security agents. Furthermore, for their protection, I have instructed the personnel of the security agencies be provided with the necessary personal protective equipment for their own protection.

    22. As we continue to streamline our response in the epicenters of Lagos and the FCT, I remain am concerned about the unfortunate developments in Kano in recent days. Although an in-depth investigation is still ongoing, we have decided to deploy additional Federal Government human, material and technical resources to strengthen and support the State Government’s efforts. We will commence implementation immediately.

    23. In Kano, and indeed many of other States that are recording new cases, preliminary findings show that such cases are mostly from interstate travel and emerging community transmission.

    24. Drawing from these, I implore all Nigerians to continue to adhere strictly to the advisories published by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control. These include rRegular hand washing, social physical distancing, wearing of face masks/coverings in public, avoidance of non-essential movement and travels and avoidance of large gatherings remain paramount.

    25. Fellow Nigerians, for the past four weeks, most parts of our country have been under either Federal Government or State Government lockdowns. As I mentioned earlier, these steps were necessary and overall, have contributed to slowing down the spread of COVID nineteen in Nigeria.

    26. However, such lock downs have also coame at a very heavy economic cost. Many of our citizens have lost their means of livelihoods. Many businesses have also shut down. No country can afford the full impact of a sustained lockdown while awaiting the development of vaccines or cures.

    27. In my last address, I mentioned the Federal Government will develop strategies and policies that will protect lives while preserving livelihoods.

    28. In these two weeks, the Federal and State Governments have jointly and collaboratively worked hard on thishow to balance the need to protect health while also preserving livelihoods, leveraging global best practice while keeping in mind our peculiar circumstances.

    29. We looked atassessed how our factories, markets, traders and transporters can continue to function while at the same time respecting adhering to the NCDC guidelines on hygiene and social distancing.

    30. We assessed how our children can continue to learn without compromising their health.

    31. We reviewed how our farmers can safely plant and harvest in this rainy season to ensure our food security is not compromised. Furthermore, we also discussed how to safely transport food items from rural production areas to industrial processing zones and ultimately, to the key consumption centers.

    32. Our goal was to develop implementable policies that will ensure our economy continues to function with while still maintaining our aggressive response to the COVID nineteen pandemic. These same difficult decisions are being faced by leaders around the world.

    33. Based on the above and in line with the recommendations of the Presidential Task Force on COVID nineteen, the various Federal Government committees that have reviewed socio-economic matters and the Nigeria Governors Forum, I have approved for a phased and gradual easing of lockdown measures in FCT, Lagos and Ogun States effective from Saturday, 2nd May, 2020 at 9am.

    34. However, this will be followed strictly with aggressive reinforcement of testing and contact tracing measures while allowing the restoration of some economic and business activities in certain sectors.

    35. The highlights of the new nationwide measures are as follows;

    • Selected businesses and offices can open from 9am to 6pm;

    • There will be an overnight curfew from 8pm to 6am. This means all movements are will be prohibited during this period except essential services;

    • There will be a ban on non-essential inter-state passenger travels until further notice;

    • There will be Partial and controlled interstate movement of goods and services from producers to consumers; and

    • We will strictly ensure the mandatory use of face masks or coverings in public in addition to maintaining physical distancing and personal hygiene. Furthermore, the restrictions of on social and religious gathers shall remain in place. State Governments, corporate organizations and philanthropists are encouraged to support the production of cloth masks for citizens.

    1. For the avoidance of doubt, the lockdown in the FCT, Lagos & Ogun States shall remain in place until these new ones come into effect on Saturday, 2nd May 2020 at 9am.

    2. The Presidential Task Force shall provide sector specific details and timing guidelines to allow for preparations by Governments, businesses and institutions.

    3. The above are guidelines. State Governors may choose to amend adapt and expand based on their unique circumstances provided they maintain alignment with the guidelines issued above on public health and hygiene.

    4. These revised guidelines do will not apply for to Kano State. The total lockdown recently announced by the State Government shall remain enforced be enforced for the full duration. The Federal Government shall deploy all the necessary human, material and technical resources to support the State in controlling and containing the pandemic.

    5. I wish to once again commend the front line workers across the country who, on a daily basis, risk everything to ensure we win this fight. For those who got infected in the line of duty, be rest assured that Government will do all it takes to support you and your families during this exceedingly difficult period. I will also take this opportunity to assure you all that your safety, well being and welfare remains paramount to our Government.

    6. I will also recognize recognize the support we have received from our traditional rulers, the Christian Association of Nigeria, the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs and other prominent religious and community leaders. Your cooperation and support has significantly contributed to the successes we have recorded to date. I will urge you all to please continue to create awareness on the seriousness of coronavirus among your worshipers and communities while appealing that they strictly comply with public health advisories.

    7. I will also thank the Nigeria Governors’ Forum and the Presidential Task Force for all their hard work to date. Through this collaboration, I remain confident that success is achievable.

    8. I also wish to thank corporate organizations, philanthropists, the UN family, the European Union, friendly nations, the media and other partners that have taken up the responsibility of supporting our response.

    9. And finally, I will thank all Nigerians again for your patience and cooperation during this difficult and challenging period. I assure you that government shall continue to take all necessary measures to protect the lives and livelihoods our citizens and residents.

    10. I thank you for listening and may God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria

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    Niger State Government has concluded arrangements to repatriate all Almajiri children to their states of origin.

    The Secretary to the State Government and Chairman, Niger State Task Force on COVID-19, Ahmed Matane stated this in a statement on Monday in Minna.

    SSG Matane said that the decision is in compliance with the Northern Governors’ Forum agreement to evacuate them to their states of origin to curb the spread of COVID-19.

    ”Evacuation of Almajiri children became necessary considering the unhealthy condition, congestion and filthy environment they were exposed to” he said.

    Matane stated that the state government had closed down all formal and informal schools across the state but found out that the existence of Almajiri Schools “is becoming a cog in the wheel of progress.”

    He enjoined proprietors of Almajiri schools to cooperate with the state government.

    “The exercise will be carried out with vigor until Government is certain that all Almajiri children have been returned to their various States of origin and reunited with their parents,” Matane said.

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    President Muhammadu Buhari will address the nation Monday, April 27, 2020 at 8pm.

    Statement issued by Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, said television, radio and other electronic media stations were enjoined to hook up to the network services of the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA) and Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN) respectively for the broadcast.

    The president’s briefing will centre around whether to extend the lockdown in Lagos, Abuja and Ogun.

    Buhari had two weeks ago extended the lockdown in the three places.

    A month ago, the president announced total lockdown of Lagos, Abuja and Ogun in a bid to checkmate the spread of the virus.

    Currently, Coronavirs has been on the increase in Nigeria, with infections surpassing 1,000, and Lagos and Abuja the worst hit.

    If what is on ground is anything to go by, Buhari may likely announce another two weeks extension today.

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    Subject: English Comprehension

    Topic: Responsible Citizen

    Duration: 40mins/period

    Reference Material: Macmillan Primary English Course, 5

    Previous Knowledge: Pupils are familiar with answering comprehension passage

    Objective: At the end of the lesson, pupils should:

    • Pronounces and spell the new words
    • Form sentences with the new words
    • Read and answer the questions from the comprehension passage

    Content:

    1. Explain 2. Compound 3. Assembly        
    2. Chance 5. Citizen 6. Museum         

    Form Sentences with the New Words

    1. I was on the assembly ground when the public holiday was declared
    2. My father praised my mother for preparing a delicious meal
    3. The policeman failed to listen to her explanation
    4. She is a good citizen of Nigeria.
    5. The cleaner sweeps the school compound every morning

    Presentation:

    Step 1: Teacher ask the pupils to pronounce (new words)from the previous lesson

    Step 2: Teacher pronounces the new words in the new topic while the pupils repeats after the teacher

    Step 3: Pupils look for the meaning of the new words in the dictionary and form sentences with them

    Step 4: Pupils answers the comprehension questions

    Evaluation:

    1. When did they notice the girl was following them?

    They noticed the girl was following them immediately they crossed the road.

    1. Why did Odion pick her up?

    Odion picked her up because there was a lot of traffic

    1. Why didn’t they put her down?

    They didn’t put her down because they were afraid she would follow them and yet run over on the buy road.

    1. Why didn’t Odion take her to his house?

    Odion didn’t take her to his house because his father was away and his mother was at work.

    1. Where did they decide to take the child?

    They decided to go to the Police Station

    Conclusion: Teacher moves round for inspection, marking and correction of notes where necessary

    Assignment: Macmillan Primary English Course, Book 5, Page 75, Ex 6, a – j.

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    Subject: Basic Science

    Topic: Rocks

    Duration: 40mins

    Instructional Material: Diagram of Rock

    Previous Knowledge: Pupils are familiar with Acid and Bases

    Objective: At the end of the lesson, pupils should:

    • State the types of rocks
    • List the uses of rocks

    Content:

    Rocks are found everywhere. They are found in hills, mountains, in the soil, under the ground etc. there are many rocks in Nigeria e.g. Zuma Rock in Abuja, Shee rock in Jos and the Olumo rock in Abeokuta.

    Rocks can be different sizes. Small rocks are called stones and pebbles. Huge rocks found on mountains are called boulders.

    The breakdown of rocks by physical and chemical means or by living organism form soil. Rocks can be of 3 types based on their formation.

    Classification of Rocks

    1. Igneous Rock: It is formed as a result of eruption of molten magma from the volcano e.g. granite, pumice stone.
    2. Sedimentary Rock: They are formed as a result of deposit of sand and silt with animal remains over a long period of time e.g. conglomerate shale, sand stone, limestone and coal.
    • Metamorphic Rock: They are formed from rocks that occurs in sedimentary and igneous rock due to heat or pressure. E.g. marble, slate from shale, quartize from limestone and Gnesis from granite.

    Uses of Rocks

    1. Important source of fuel (coal).
    2. Used to polish and clean floor (pumice stone).
    3. Used in making cement for the construction of building (limestone)
    4. Used in making lead pencils (granite)
    5. Used in making jewellery (rubies, diamond, emerald etc.)
    6. Many rocks are used to make buildings, bridges, rail track, and statues.

     

    Presentation:

    Step 1: Teacher revises the previous lesson with the pupils.

    Step 2: Teacher introduces and explains the new topic to the pupils.

    Step 3: Pupils are allowed to ask questions.

    Step 4: Teacher writes notes under content on the board for pupils to copy.

    Evaluation:

    1. List three uses of rocks
    2. Give four examples of rocks in Nigeria and state where each one is found.

    Conclusion: Teacher collects notes for marking.

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    Subject: Health Science

    Topic: Volleyball

    Duration: 40mins

    Reference Material: Physical and Health Education for Primary School, 5

    Previous Knowledge: Pupils are familiar with rhythmic activities.

    Objective: At the end of the lesson, pupils should:

    • State a brief history of volleyball in Nigeria.
    • List the equipment used in Volleyball

    Content:

              Volleyball was invented by Williams Morgan in 1895. The first volleyball association was formed at Methodist Boy’s High School, in Lagos in 1964. It was known as Lagos Amateur Volleyball Association (LAVA).

              The Nigeria amateur Volleyball Association was formed in 1969. In 1973, Nigeria took part in volleyball competition at the second All – Africans Games.

    Equipment used in Volleyball

    1. Volleyball court       Whistle
    2. Net       Jersey
    3. Ball       Canvas, Shoes, Socks and Knee Caps
    4. Line Flags

    Presentation:

    Step 1: Teacher revises the previous lesson with the pupils.

    Step 2: Teacher introduces and explains the new topic to the pupils.

    Step 3: Pupils are allowed to ask questions.

    Step 4: Teacher writes notes under content on the board for pupils to copy.

    Evaluation:

    1. List five equipment used in Volleyball
    2. When was Nigeria Amateur Volleyball Association formed?

    Conclusion: Teacher moves round for inspection, marking and correction of notes where necessary.

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    Subject: Computer Education

    Topic: The Computer System

    Duration: 40mins

    Reference Material: Basic Computer Education for the New Generation 5

    Previous Knowledge: Pupils are familiar with the typewriter.

    Objective: At the end of the lesson, pupils should:

              Define computer and state the components of a computer.

    Content:

              Computer is an electronic device. It has memory. It can accept data, it will store the data in its memory and print out the data through the printer.

              Computer system is a combination of electronic parts, which has been programmed to process and store data. It carried out instructions as it has been instructed by the user.

    Computer System

    When all the machine components listed below are put together, then they are called computer system.

    1. System Unit Central Processing Unit
    2. The Monitor Output device
    3. The Keyboard Input device
    4. The Mouse Output and Input device
    5. Coloured Printer Output device
    6. Black and white printer Output device
    7. Scanner Output device
    8. Digital Camera Input device
    9. Computer Speaker Output device
    10. Video Camera Input device                 

    Presentation:

    Step 1: Teacher revises the previous lesson with the pupils.

    Step 2: Teacher introduces and explains the new topic to the pupils.

    Step 3: Pupils are allowed to ask questions.

    Step 4: Teacher writes notes under content on the board for pupils to copy.

    Evaluation:

    1. What is a Computer System?
    2. List five components of the computer and indicate whether it is an input or an output device.

    Conclusion: Teacher moves round for inspection, marking and correction of notes where necessary.

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