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  • How Rot in Lagos PHCs Fuel Maternal, Newborn Deaths
    [This Day] The sorry state of some Primary Health Centres in Lagos State has forced pregnant women to resort to self help or seek alternative healthcare in traditional and mission birth clinics, which are in no small measure leading to increasing deaths of women and newborns in the state, reports
  • Stakeholders Hail Govt's Nomination of Umo As Ambassador
    [This Day] The recent nomination of General Godwin George Umo (rtd) as one of the ambassadorial nominees by the federal government has been commended by Information and Communications Technology (ICT) stakeholders.
  • Giving Accurate Diagnosis, Treatment Through Innovative Equipment
    [This Day] The recent innovations by Philips Healthcare for prompt, timely and less cumbersome diagnosis and treatment of cardiology, oncology and neurology issues, have brought to the fore a new vista of healthcare delivery in Nigeria.
  • Oshiomole - We Must End Tradition of Electing Celebrated Politicians
    [This Day] Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomhole, wednesday asked Nigerians to move away a tradition in which a candidate seeking an elective office "has to be a celebrated politician to become eligible for such an office."
  • Remembering Ken Saro Wiwa Jnr
    [This Day] He was a writer with a fluid prose and an eye for details. A human-rights activist. An adviser to three presidents in his native Nigeria. And he was also a man whose life and career were marked by the murder of his famous father two decades ago. Ken Wiwa was a successful journalist in his own right who, while in his 20s, was suddenly thrust into the global spotlight after his father, Ken Saro-Wiwa, was jailed and then executed by Nigeria's military junta for campaigning against oil development.
  • Sokoto to Administer 3.6 Million Doses of Anti-Malaria Drugs
    [This Day] Following reported outbreak of malaria in some parts of Sokoto town which has led to the death of five persons this month, the state government said it would administer 3.6 million doses of anti-malaria drugs on the people of the state in the next four weeks.
  • Fire Stalls Unijos Admission
    [Daily Trust] Jos -The fire incident at the library complex of the University of Jos on October 8 has stalled the institution's November accreditation exercise by the National Universities Commission (NUC), and also affected on-going admissions into some departments, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Seddi Sebastian Maimako, has said.
  • Imo to Disband Heartland FC Management
    [Premium Times] Ugonna Ozuruigbo, Deputy Speaker, Imo State House of Assembly, said on Thursday that a new management team would be constituted for relegated Heartland FC, to return the club to the premier league.
  • Ondo 2016 - Court Refuses Application By Makarfi Faction
    [Premium Times] An Abuja division of the Federal High Court has refused an application brought by the governorship candidate of the Ahmed Makarfi-led faction of the Peoples Democratic Party in Ondo State, seeking permission to appeal the court's earlier decision.

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  • Nigeria seeks $30B in loans over three years

    Lagos a Nigeria's finance ministry says proposed foreign loans of $30 billion for infrastructure and other projects would be spread over three years, meaning Africa's biggest economy would not violate a self-imposed limit for public debt. President Muhammadu Buhari is seeking Parliament's approval to borrow $29.6 billion - more than Nigeria's $20 billion budget - for projects to help overcome recession in this oil-producing nation.

  • Nigeria launches disease control website

    The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control has launched a website that will be at the centre of the digital channels to be deployed for communications functions. The site, which is now live, will also serve as the primary source of health information to Nigerian citizens, journalists and health workers for information on how to protect themselves from health threats.

  • 400 000 children face starvation in Nigeria

    "Nigeria is facing the worst humanitarian crisis on the African continent," Peter Lundberg, the acting deputy UN humanitarian co-ordinator, warned on Wednesday. In a news release issued here by the UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs , wrapping up his first few weeks in his current post, Lundberg assured the Nigerian government of the international community's commitment to working closely with federal and state mechanisms to accelerate a collective response to the situation.

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