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Pharmacists blast FG over the importation of Madagascar COVID Organics - Vanguard
The PSN lambasted the FG over its decision to import Madagascar herbal concoction, COVID Organics, CVO, saying it is ‘distasteful.
Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria, PSN By Chioma Obinna The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria, PSN, lambasted the Federal government over its decision to import Madagascar herbal concoction, COVID Organics, CVO, saying it is distasteful for a country that should be the leader of Africa to go this low. In a press statement signed by the National President of PSN, Pharm. Sam Ohuabunwa said while in principle they would not mind the government importing any new drug that is proven to cure COVID-19 or any other disease which Nigerian has no capacity or technology to produce locally, they are totally appalled that the country would spend scarce foreign exchange to import what he described as coal into Newcastle. Even if we are not going to pay for this, it is thoroughly disgraceful that a country that should be the leader of Africa, with the largest GDP will allow itself to be dragged this low. Noting that Nigeria has about 174 Universities (43 Federal, 52 State and 79 private), 20 Faculties of Pharmacy and about 69 Federal-Funded Research Institutes, he said Madagascar has only six Universities, one Faculty of Pharmacy and 9 Research Centres. Ohuabunwa who further argued that the country has some of the best scientists in the world said Nigeria has developed a pharmacopoeia of natural and herbal products with one of the richest flora and fauna – potent sources of phytomedicines. The President of PSN pointed out that since the outbreak of the COVID-19, a number of scientists and many herbal companies have raised their voices that they have herbal and natural products that can be used to treat or manage COVID-19 the federal government has failed to review these claims. We have raised our voices severally that the Federal government should review these claims and help put them through clinical evaluation as most of these producers cannot afford to conduct clinical trials. We have recommended that a portion of the nearly 25 Billion Naira donated/allocated for the COVID-19 pandemic should be dedicated for local research and development. But our Government has remained essentially silent only waiting to participate in WHO sponsored or mandated trials. We have been told that Nigeria is participating in the WHO solidarity trial, but nothing on trying our own inventions and formulations. They queried why the country wants to import COVID Organics from Madagascar for a try. Why are we like this? If the world can supply us synthetic and chemically-sophisticated medicines which we apparently lack the technology to produce, why must we wait for the World to supply us herbal formulations which we can easily make and which we have similar products, they queried. Continuing, they urged the Government to save Nigerian Pharmaceutical Scientists and other scientists from the shame of having the country import and try herbal remedies which God has given the country in abundance. Let us try our own local formulations before we try COVID Organics or any other imported remedy. Every well-meaning nation has been in a race to find cures, remedies and other medical supplies used for COVID-19, while we seem to wait for other nations to solve our problems. There is much talk but little action. This dependency mentality needs to change and now is the time. We must seize this opportunity to look inwards, build confidence in our abilities, competences and re-orientate our national economic philosophy from import dependency to export-driven. And Nigeria can beat India and China in the production and export of herbal products if anyone is willing to lead us down this part, they stated. Vanguard
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House Approves Buhari’s N850bn Loan Request - THISDAY Newspapers
By Udora Orizu The House of Representatives at the resumption of plenary Tuesday approved the request by President Muhammadu Buhari to source for N850 billion from domestic capital market to finance projects and programmes in the 2020 budget. The Senate had r…
By Udora Orizu The House of Representatives at the resumption of plenary Tuesday approved the request by President Muhammadu Buhari to source for N850 billion from domestic capital market to finance projects and programmes in the 2020 budget. The Senate had recently during plenary, suspended its standing rules and gave an accelerated approval for the loan. President Buhari, had in a letter to the House on Tuesday, May 5, requested the loan which had already been approved in the 2020 Appropriation Act to be converted from external borrowing to local borrowing. The House Committee on Supply, following the consideration of its report submitted by the Committee Chairman, Hon. Garba Alhassan Ado, approved the request by the president. Speaking on the report, Ado explained that the loan was not a new request, rather to convert an existing request from foreign sources to local sources. He said: “This item is already captured in the 2020 Act. It was provided in the budget. All they want is to take the facilities from local sources. During the leadership interface with the Finance Minister, we were assured that the rate will be favourable, and the request was agreed at the leadership meeting.” The approval was speedily given by the Green Chamber in a few minutes.
COVID-19 Treatment: PSN Kicks against Importation of Madagascar Mixture - THISDAY Newspapers
By Martins Ifijeh The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has kicked against the importation of herbal concoction from Madagascar for the treatment of COVID-19 patients, describing the federal government’s decision as distasteful and disgraceful. In an in…
By Martins Ifijeh The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) has kicked against the importation of herbal concoction from Madagascar for the treatment of COVID-19 patients, describing the federal governments decision as distasteful and disgraceful. In an interview with THISDAY Tuesday, the President, PSN, Mazi Sam Ohuabunwa, said several bright Nigerian scientists had proposed solutions against COVID-19 to the federal government but that they have all been ignored, adding that the same government was searching for already-made solutions from abroad. He said: I am aware of efforts made by researchers in this country. Even the National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development (NIPRD), Nigeria Institute for Medical Research (NIMR) and a host of others have made efforts, but government appears not to be interested. We are waiting for fully cooked foods from elsewhere. We are waiting for others to be done with their own researches so we can adopt them. Government has refused to fund its own research institutes. We keep hearing donations of N25 billion, N50 billion, $3 million, and several other billions. Why cant government dedicate half of these monies to research; why cant they commission its research bodies to find solutions? he queried. He said if government was serious about developing vaccines and cures against COVID-19, it should bring all researchers with ideas together, tell NIPRD and other group of scientists to sit with them to hear their various ideas. The solutions that are promising should then undergo government (clinical) trial. That is what Madagascar did. These researchers are not just herbalists; some are professors, pharmacists and doctors. The other recommendation is for government to bring these brains together and tell them that since Madagascar has been able to do this, they should get to the laboratories and come up with solutions, he added. He said although in principle, the PSN would not mind if the Nigerian government imports any new drugs that was proven to cure COVID-19 or indeed any other disease for which Nigerians have neither the capacity or technology to produce locally, it was appalling that the country was about to spend scarce foreign exchange to import coal into Newcastle. Even if we are not going to pay for this, it is thoroughly disgraceful that a country that should be the leader of Africa, with the largest GDP will allow itself to be dragged this low. Nigeria has about 174 Universities (43 federal, 52 state and 79 private), 20 faculties of pharmacy and about 69 federal-funded research institutes (including NIPRD and NIMR) while Madagascar has only six universities, one faculty of pharmacy and nine research centres. Nigeria has some of the best scientists in the world who have done so much work on natural and herbal medicines. Nigeria has developed a pharmacopeia of natural and herbal products and has one of the richest flora and fauna – potent sources of phytomedicines. Since the outbreak of the COVID-19, a number of them have raised their voices that they have herbal and natural products that can be used to treat or manage COVID-19. Some have patents. Many herbal companies and producers have announced specifically that they have herbal formulations that can do what this invention from Madagascar can do. He said government should save the Nigerian pharmaceutical scientists and other scientists from the shame of having our country import and try herbal remedies which God has given the nation in abundance, adding that some of which the countrys grandfathers and grandmothers have used for ages.
Reps probe N230 billion projects abandoned by FG - Vanguard
The House of Representatives, Tuesday set up an enquiry into allegations that the Federal government, abandoned capital projects
By Tordue Salem – Abuja The House of Representatives, Tuesday set up an enquiry into allegations that the Federal government, abandoned capital projects across states of the federation, worth N230billion. Chairman of an ad hoc Committee, investigated the allegation, Rep. Ademorin Kuye(APC-Lagos), made the claim, after the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rep. Femi Gbajabiamila, declared a public hearing on the matter open, on Tuesday. Mr. Kuye said the Committee was within its constitutional rights to probe the matter and expose corruption and waste. “This exercise, which is being made pursuant to Sections 88 & 89 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 to wit: power to conduct investigations (expose corruption and waste) is also in response to the 9th Assembly Legislative Agenda on Economic Reform, as articulated in Article 1.02 (vii), the general principle which states to wit the House shall…Take necessary legislative steps to address national economic challenges, poverty, Infrastructure decline, mute of resources, revenue leakage and corruption. Considering the present global economic challenge. which is further accentuated by the effect of the pervasive COVID-19 pandemic that has crippled the nations mono-product economic reliance on oil, this Ad Hoc Committee will leverage the thin rare opportunity to serve as a watershed to cushion the harsh economic realities by sourcing the most needed funds by consciously ascertaining the existence. place and use at such Federal Government properties across the country with a view to facilitating reinvestment end maximization at their use”, he stated. According to him, “it is on record that some of the properties are currently being used by individuals and corporate bodies without remitting any revenue while their managers in name rear instances have not accounted tor the revenue yield. According to a conservative estimate put together by the Nigerian Society of Builders, the value at these Federal Government abandoned properties in Lagos, Ibadan. Enugu. Port Harcourt, Kano, Kaduna and other cities are projected at about Two Hundred and Thirty Billion Naira(2308iilion) ” The lawmaker in his speech stated that”Experts say the potential economic loss at the National Stadium, Suruiere alone between 2004 and now is about N52.6b. The NET building alone could fetch 161 year rent. in fact, it is estimated that One hundred and twenty-six billion (N126b) have been lost in rent between 2006 to date. Available facts also reveal that in addition to those properties, which were hurriedly abandoned due to the Federal Governments relocation to PCT in 1990, there are still in existence many other properties, such as buildings, vehicles, machines e.t.c, which are littered within and outside the country. in addition to those earlier highlighted above, as a result of the commercialization and privatization exercise of the Federal Government”. He said, “the Ad-Hoc Committee will take into consideration the relevant provisions of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 as Amended, the 9th House Standing Orders and its Agenda as well as other extant laws including but not limited to Public Procurement Act 2007, Infrastructural Regulatory and Concession Act, the Fiscal Responsibility Act, Independent Corrupt Practices Act, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Act, the Code of Conduct Bureau AOL the PUbliC Service Rules, the Privatization and Commercialization Act as well as the relevant annual ApprOpriations Acts”. He assured that the Committee will, despite challenges conduct a thorough probe and ensure the culprits are punished. He assured that the Committees will carry out the task “without fear of intimidation, in the bid to efficiently discharge this assignment for efficient national service delivery and economic development, in the interest of the greater majority of the Nigeria people and for posterity”. Vanguard News Nigeria
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Chamath Palihapitiya calls Amazon's Jeff Bezos the best investor, better than Warren Buffett - CNBC
"People used to lambaste Jeff Bezos for not being profitable, but when you looked under the hood, he was the single best investor of our generation," Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya told CNBC.
Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya argued Tuesday on CNBC that Jeff Bezos is a better investor than Warren Buffett, pointing to the Amazon CEO and founder's history of reinvesting in the business. "People used to lambaste Jeff Bezos for not being profitable, but when you looked under the hood, he was the single best investor of our generation, even better than Buffett, because he would take billions of dollars of free cash flow and invest it into the future," Palihapitiya said on "Squawk Box." Palihapitiya has in recent weeks become particularly outspoken about his disdain for stock buybacks, saying last month they represented "a growing strain of incompetence amongst CEOs and amongst boards." On Tuesday, he called them a "fundamentally idiotic business practice." Under Bezos' leadership, Amazon has largely eschewed stock buybacks but reinvested heavily into its business to drive future growth and capture more market share. Amazon recently told shareholders they "may want to take a seat, because we're not thinking small," while explaining it plans to invest its expected $4 billion second-quarter profit in coronavirus-related efforts. Buffett, the legendary investor and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, has touted the value of share repurchases, although he hasn't given them an unconditional stamp of approval. He repeated that philosophy at Berkshire Hathaway's recent shareholder meeting, arguing they need to be done in a price- and need-sensitive manner. "When the conditions are right, it should also be obvious to repurchase shares and there shouldn't be the slightest taint to it any more than there is to dividends," Buffett said. He added some stock buyback programs have been "stupid," but not "immoral." Palihapitiya said he is in agreement with Buffett on the need for buybacks to be done "under the right conditions." "You don't send the money out the door before you take care of yourself and invest for your own future," said the early Facebook executive turned venture capitalist. Palihapitiya said he believes there should be a checklist companies go through before they buy back stock, including necessary spending on research and development and ensuring the CEO isn't compensated "600 times" more than "the lowest employee in your company." "Coming out of 2020, I think what we should realize is we have a very brittle economy, a very fragile ecosystem of companies that are over-levered. We need to create incentives for these folks to save and to invest in the future," he said. "There is a business case to be made in every company to either save and/or to plan for the future, and instead to just give it back randomly in the open market is one of the dumbest business decisions you could make," he added.
Mental health concerns about La Liga players in training camps association chief - ESPN
AFE secretary-general Diego Rivas has told ESPN the association opposes Spanish footballers being isolated in long-term training camps.
The Spanish players' union (AFE) secretary-general Diego Rivas has told ESPN the association opposes footballers being isolated in long-term training camps ahead of a return to action, citing fears over their mental health. La Liga clubs have now returned to training after players were tested for the coronavirus last week, while individual sessions will be followed by small-group activities and then full training next month. - Stream new episodes of ESPN FC Monday-Friday on ESPN+- Stream every episode of 30 for 30: Soccer Stories on ESPN+- Where Europe's top leagues stand on finishing 2019-20 season While some players have expressed concerns over their health and safety, sources have told ESPN there is a widespread acceptance of the need to finish the season. The key source of division has been plans which, as originally set out, would have kept footballers in hotels away from their families for at least six weeks. CORONAVIRUS CRISIS IN FOOTBALL Euro 2020: Postponed until 2021Champions League: Suspended indefinitelyPremier League: Suspended indefinitelyLa Liga: Individual workouts begin in MayBundesliga: Set for May 16 restartLigue 1: PSG declared championsSerie A: Team training can resume May 18Copa America: Postponed until 2021MLS: Voluntary solo workouts can resume "Doctors keep telling us the same thing," Rivas told ESPN. "After a lockdown of over 50 days and then being able to go outside, putting players back in confinement would be very detrimental to their mental health. "The power of the mind in sport is very great. If this new confinement affects their mental health, that would also affect their performance and everything else, making them more likely to suffer injuries." La Liga president Javier Tebas said there will be "zero" risk for matches to be played every day when football returns. Players have looked to other leagues around Europe where their fellow professionals are likely to have more freedom. "Look, for example, at the Bundesliga," Rivas added. "Players can all go to eat together and they won't be in training camps for more than seven days. Here they wanted them in training camps from the beginning and not leaving their rooms for 15 days. In Germany it's a normal training camp, not like here. We've been against the way they wanted to impose it." The protocol for a resumption of training developed by La Liga and Spain's National Sports Council (CSD) initially called for players to be held in training camps from 18 May, when they are due to begin group sessions. TOP FOOTBALL NEWS Sterling: Family members died from virusSources: Top Prem clubs oppose neutral venuesLa Liga chief: Player mental health concernsHerrera: Neymar one of my biggest surprisesRose slams Prem, UK gov. for restart plansBarca prez. candidate wants GuardiolaCancelling Prem discussed for first time The limited number of positive test results -- just five players in Spain's first and second divisions, all of them asymptomatic and in the final stages of the illness -- has led La Liga to believe that date can be pushed back, and a compromise can be reached. "We're going to delay the training camps planned for next week which were due to start on Monday 18 because the tests have given such good results," Tebas told Movistar on Sunday. "They will now be optional rather than obligatory." Dr. Rafael Ramos, president of the Spanish Association of Doctors in Football, told ESPN this was always likely to be the case. "As time passes, these rules will become more flexible," he said. "It won't be as strict as the initial proposal we set out with La Liga and the CSD. A transition is important for players, as such a radical change would be very difficult for them psychologically. It is something that must be assessed and that we'll keep in mind. "We have consulted experts and from the first protocol, we've talked about [mental] factors. They are people and the information they receive generates a fear of normalization. We don't know how this period of confinement will affect them, having experienced other difficult situations at home. These first weeks will help a lot to recover mentally, because the adaptation is gradual." The most likely scenario is that players will be required to remain isolated in team hotels a week before the resumption of the 2019-20 season. Although La Liga has pointed to June 12, the final date will depend on the evolution of the coronavirus crisis and the progress of the Spanish government's de-escalation plan. When it is deemed safe to play competitive football, games will be played every day of the week so that the campaign can be completed by the end of July, with teams given three days of rest between matches. "As long as the 72 hours are respected, which is one of the things we asked for within the CSD protocol, it's no problem," Rivas added. "We are ready for it and, after speaking with the players, it is something that we know needs to be done."
Oil traders see market starting road to recovery: Kemp - Deccan Herald
Crude oil traders expect the market to be closer to balance in the next few months as production cuts are implemented and the global transport system emerges from a coronavirus lockdown. Futures prices and swaps linked to physical prices show the market has n…
Crude oil traders expect the market to be closer to balance in the next few months as production cuts are implemented and the global transport system emerges from a coronavirus lockdown. Futures prices and swaps linked to physical prices show the market has now moved through the worst of the crisis caused by the volume war between Saudi Arabia and Russia and the pandemic-driven collapse in consumption. In the futures market, Brent's six-month calendar spread has narrowed to a contango of less than $5 per barrel in recent days from more than $12 in late April. In the swaps market, the six-week calendar spread for dated Brent cargoes has shrunk to a contango of less than $3 per barrel from more than $6 in early April. The spread is an implicit measure of the ease and cost of storing crude with the contango comprising the cost of storing, financing and insuring physical barrels. Contango, where prices for near dates trade lower than those for later dates, is associated with an oversupplied market with high and/or rising inventories. In March, the contango flared out as global crude stocks swelled following the breakdown of talks between the OPEC+ group of oil exporters on March 6 and Saudi Arabia's subsequent decision to boost production. It grew even further in early April, as the United States and other advanced economies shut many businesses and transport systems to suppress the coronavirus epidemic. By the middle of last month, global production was exceeding consumption by as much as 30 million barrels per day (bpd), causing the volume of oil in storage to surge. With onshore tank farms filling rapidly, by tens of millions of bpd, and increasing volumes of crude being stored on vessels moored offshore, the cost of renting tank space soared. By mid-April, access to tank space onshore or offshore had become the most valuable commodity in the oil market. The near-record contango reflected expectations tank space would become entirely full at some point during May or June if inventories continued rising at the same rate. Since then, however, the contango has forced a rapid market rebalancing by restraining production by U.S. shale firms and members of the expanded OPEC+ group of exporting countries. Crash Rebalancing By depressing cash prices, the contango, with its sharp discounts for cash crude, has forced a halt to new well drilling and the closure of existing wells in the United States. The most recent weekly data indicates output has already fallen by more than 1 million bpd since the middle of March, with more cuts likely later in May and June. Ultra-low prices have also compelled Saudi Arabia and Russia to implement production cuts, as slumping export earnings threaten government budgets and foreign exchange reserves. On the consumption side, the gradual reopening of economies and transport systems in North America, Europe and Asia as the epidemic is brought under control has increased fuel use. Provided producers continue to limit output, the market should gradually move into deficit over the second half of the year as transport systems reopen, which should arrest and then start to reverse the stock build. Crude inventories will remain very high through the end of the year but they are no longer expected to continue swelling uncontrollably or threaten to exhaust available tank space. The six-month contango in Brent futures has eased to the 4th percentile for all trading days since 1990, still very wide, but no longer extreme, and down from within the 1st percentile late last month. Like most other features of the oil market, calendar spreads exhibit cyclical behaviour and should continue to narrow over the rest of 2020 and into 2021 as inventories gradually return to more typical levels. The main risk comes from a premature increase in production if either U.S. shale firms or members of OPEC+ try to boost output before consumption and stocks return closer to normal.
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Britanski Guardianje pridobil fotografije, ki kaejo na"najnoveja ponianja" s strani hrvakih oblasti do migrantov, ki potujejo po balkanski poti. Policisti naj bi domnevno migrante oznaevali tako, da so jim na glave z razprilom narisali krie. Zdrueni narodi so e naroili hrvaki vladi, naj razie najnoveje obtobe zlorab. "Jasno je, da je eden izmed nartovanih uinkov tovrstnega ravnanja ponianje beguncev in migrantov, ki poskuajo prekati mejo,"je za Guardiandejal Jack Sapoch iz organizacije No Name Kitchen (NNK), ki deluje v Veliki Kladui in je del mree za nadzorovanje nasilja na meji (Border Violence Monitoring Network). lo naj bi za taktiko oznaevanja in ponianja prebenikov.FOTO: Nevladne organizacije Guardian "Po mojem razumevanju, gre za rezultat dveh razlinih motivacij. Ali hrvake oblasti uporabljajo barve v razprilu za oznaevanje in ponievanje tistih, ki vekrat prekajo mejo, ali pa to uporabljajo kot taktiko, da z religioznim simbolom psiholoko travmatizirajo te ljudi (veinoma gre za muslimane)," dodaja. Viri so 6. maja v Poljani v BiH organizaciji NNK sporoili, da so skupino ljudi porisali z oranno barvo. Skupini prebenikov so prav tako ukradli telefone in denar, mnogim so vzeli tudi evlje. Naslednji dan, 7. maja, se je v taborie Miral izven Velike Kladue vrnila druga skupina prebenikov, ki je opisala podobna ravnanja. Za prikaz vsebine je potrebno omogoite pikotke drubenih omreij. Omogoi pikotke Hrvaka policija se na obtobe e ni odzvala, so pa v preteklosti ob podobnih obtobah nasilnega ravnanja nad prebeniki dejali, da zgolj varujejo svoje meje. Skorajda vsako no skupine iskalcev azila poskuajo prekati mejo med BiH in Hrvako ter s tem priti tudi v Evropsko unijo. A na meji jih akajo policijske enote. Tako pripadniki nevladnih organizacij, Zdruenih narodov kot zdravniki so v preteklosti e vekrat zabeleili sistematine zlorabe in nasilje hrvake policije. Prebenike naj bi pretepali, na njih celo streljali, jim kradli telefone ter celo odvzeli vsa oblaila. Na ravnanja hrvake policije e dlje asa opozarjajo nevladne organizacije.FOTO: Nevladne organizacije Guardian Agencija ZN za begunce UNHCR pravi, da so poroila o nasilju in ravnanju z migranti in begunce"zelo zaskrbljujoa". "Naa organizacija je prejela in delila z oblastmi verodostojna poroila ljudi, ki trdijo, da so bili nelegalno vrnjeni iz Hrvake v BiH in Srbijo," je za Guardian dejal predstavnik UNHRC Zoran Stevanovi."Ta poroila osvetljujejo probleme, ki se nanaajo na identifikacijo proenj za azil, nasilje, prekomerno uporabo sile, identifikacijo ranljivih posameznikov, ravnanje z otroki brez spremstva odraslih ..." UNHRC je med septembrom 2019 in januarjem letos hrvaki vladi posredovala 100 domnevno nezakonitih primerov, ko je hrvaka policija prebenike vrnila v BiH in Srbijo. Sapoch pa dodaja, da je njegova organizacija v zadnjih dveh mesecih prejela tevila poroila o nasilju na hrvako-bosanski meji.
Truco WhatsApp: cómo poner música a los estados - Infofueguina
Si sos de las personas que todo el tiempo están compartiendo estados en todas las plataformas de Facebook, este truco ¡te va a encantar!
WhatsApp es la app que muchos usan para poder comunicarse con sus familiares, amigos, compañeros de trabajo, pareja, etc. Gracias a que se habilitó las videollamadas con 8 personas a la vez, miles de usuarios ahora pueden verse mucho más seguido estando lejos. Pero, además de esto, existen diversidad de trucos en la app. A pesar de que Instagram y Facebook sumaron hace más de un año su función para poner música en sus historias, WhatsApp se ha quedado atrás debido a que la plataforma, muchas veces, no se unifica como debe ser con las demás, ya que actúa independientemente. Pese a esto existe un truco para poder poner fragmentos de 15 segundos de tus canciones favoritas en la app de mensajería más usada en el mundo entero. Lo mejor de todo es que no te realizarán ninguna ninguna sanción en caso desees usar un sonido o tema musical de tu artista que no se encuentre en el listado oficial o catálogo de WhatsApp. Cómo poner música en los estados de WhatsApp Lo primero que hay que hacer es poner el celular sobre alguna mesa o superficie plana. Con esto, conseguiremos tener una imagen totalmente negra, como si hubiésemos subido una foto negra en formato vertical al estado. Después realizar los siguientes pasos:
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- Ahora, abre el reproductor de música de tu celular.
- Reproducí la canción o el fragmento de música que quieres poner de estado.
- Volvé a WhatsApp y presiona el botón indicado para grabar el video.
- Cuando quieras, dejá de presionar, y ya vas a tener tu estado con audio listo para subir.
- Apretá el botón de enviar, y ya está publicado.