The kwara state government has moved to rescue its students in university of jos, plateau state.
Special adviser on labour to the state governor, comrade abdulkareem onagun disclosed this in a response to a distress message to the state government by one usman maimuna, an indigene of the state studying in the institution.
Onagun who said maimuna had cried out that the ongoing crisis in plateau had made life unsafe and the university authorities had asked students to vacate the campus noted that the state government had gotten in touch with the relevant government agency and immediate responses and actions are being initiated to rescue the students, hopefully anytime from today, august 22.
It would be recalled that following august 14 incident in plateau state, some state governments have been sending buses and security personnel to rescue their students out of the university.
Tunisia is set to require 10 days of quarantine for visitors who have not been fully vaccinated against covid-19 from august 25.
The country’s health ministry revealed this, saying the move became neccesary to help keep the pandemic under control as cases have begun to fall.
Meanwhile, the north african country had on august 19 relaxed its nightly curfew and allowed cafes and restaurants to remain open until 10 pm, in a partial easing of restrictions imposed to curb covid-19 contagion.
The moves is coming amid a decline in the number of coronavirus infections and a clear increase in vaccination rates.
Not less than seven afghans have been killed near kabul’s international airport amid the chaos of those attempting to flee the taliban takeover of the country.
Spokesman to the united kingdom defence ministry, john kirby confirmed this while speaking with newsmen but did not elaborate when they were killed and if the latest death toll is on top of the four people reportedly crushed to death on august 21.
It would be recalled that the kabul’s international airport was filled with thousands of afghans trying to flee the taliban, who swept into kabul a week ago over the slow evacuation process led by counties including the us and britain.
However, the united statesembassy had issued a new security warning, telling citizens not to travel to kabul airport unless instructed to do so even as president joe biden said he could not predict the outcome of one of the most difficult airlifts in history.