This episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde chronicles the journey of one of the most successful bloggers in West Africa, Linda Ikeji. From humble beginnings, Ikeji had to not only find ways to overcome poverty but also provide for her family. Catch her prolific rise from model to superstar blogger on this episode of Against The Odds with Peace Hyde.
Total cases: 355 (+6) Tests: 65,608 (+1,340) Recovered: 247 (+2) Deaths: 0 Active Cases: 108Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health, Republic of Rwanda.Media filesDownload logo
New Cases: 137 Active Cases: 761 Severe Cases: 4 New Recovered: 6 Total Recovered: 197 New Deaths: 1 Total Deaths: 8 Total Cases: 968Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health, Ethiopia.Media filesDownload logo
Active Cases: 4 New Cases: 0 New Tests: 7 Total Confirmed: 25 Recovered: 20 Death: 1Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Ministry of Health, The Gambia.Media filesDownload logo
387 new cases of COVID-19; Lagos - 254 FCT - 29 Jigawa - 24 Edo - 22 Oyo - 15 Rivers - 14 Kaduna - 11 Borno - 6 Kano - 3 Plateau - 2 Yobe - 2 Gombe - 2 Bauchi - 2 Ondo - 1 9302 cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria Discharged: 2697 Deaths: 261Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Media filesDownload logo
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