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LASSA FEVER


It is one of the basic requirements for healthy living for a man to exercise adequate and timely protection toward the environment he lives in and what he eats; failure to observe this may result to unwanted diseases such as Lassa fever. Lassa fever is an extremely fatal, viral hemorrhagic illness named after the Lassa […]

US school massacre victims identified


• Pope saddened by ‘senseless’ attack The head teacher at Sandy Hook school in Newtown, Dawn Hochsprung, is listed among the dead, along with adults Rachel DaVino, Anne Marie Murphy, Lauren Russo, Mary Sherlach and Victoria Soto. Eight boys and 12 girls were killed – all but four of them were aged six. The youngest, […]

Okonjo-Iweala donates book proceeds to flood victims


ABUJA—The Coordinating Minister of Economy and Minister of Finance, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has pledged to donate some part of the proceeds from the public presentation of her book, Reforming the Unreformable: Lessons from Nigeria, to flood victims across the country. The minister’s Senior Special Assistant on Media and communication, Mr. Paul Nwabuikwu in a statement […]

Group calls for caution following reprisals YADI has asked Nigerians to be wary of criminals using the bombing as an excuse to wreak havoc


Following the bomb explosion that rocked a Catholic church in Kaduna, on Sunday morning, the Youth Against Disaster Initiative (YADI), has called on Nigerians to be wary of criminals, who could capitalise on the insecurity in the country to attack innocent citizens. YADI, a non-governmental organisation for youth advocates on disaster risk reduction, made the […]

Panels canvass review of school structures


The visitation panels set up by the Kwara state government on the state-owned Colleges of Education in Ilorin, Lafiagi, and Oro, have canvassed for the revision and review of the schools’ structure. The panel also called for the review of the management, principle and practice of teacher education for the promotion of qualitative education in […]

Over 100m Nigerians ‘risk yellow fever


Over 100 million Nigerians are presently at risk of yellow fever, the chairman, Expert Review Committee on Polio Eradication in Nigeria, Prof. Oyewole Tomori, has said. Speaking at a Stakeholders Meeting on the Preparation for Mass Vaccination against Yellow Fever in Nigeria, organised by the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA), he said children […]

Solarin left legacy of service to humanity – Osun govt


Osun state government has said that the late Mrs Sheila Solarin, wife of the late social critic, Dr Tai Solarin, had left a legacy of service to humanity. In a statement issued by Mr Semiu Okanlawon, Director, Bureau of Communications and Strategy, Gov. Rauf Aregbesola said the late Sheila was an educationist of note. “The […]

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