Akpanke Foundation Pays Medical Bills Of Less Privileges
The Akpanke Foundation (TAF) has donated palliatives to and paid over three million naira medical bills of the less privileged in Cross River State. The palliatives donated include thousands of facemasks, food stuff and other materials.
COVID-19: Yobe Health Ministry Takes Advocacy to 14 Emirates
DAMATURU- Abdullahi Ali Danchuwa, Director Nursing Services, Yobe State Ministry of Health representing Health Commissioner Mohammed Lawan Gana, State Health Promotion Officer, Yobe State Primary Health Care Management Board (YSPHCMB), Muhammad Kado Abubakar, Focal Person on Health Matters, Yobe State Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management, Hafsat Adamu Garba, UNICEF representative, Zainab Hassan together with Lafiya-UK Project representatives embarked on sensitization visit to Damaturu, Gujba and Jajere Emirate Councils in the state.
COVID-19: 50 arrested at night club in Ilorin
No fewer than 50 people were arrested in the early hours of Saturday at a night club in Ilorin, the Kwara capital, by members of the State Technical Committee on COVID-19.
The Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee on COVID-19 in the state, Dr. Femi Oladiji, said at the weekend in Ilorin at the state’s quarantine center, where the suspects were kept.
FG Unveils N21bn Medical Facility for South-south
The federal government has unveiled the plan to build N21 billion medical infrastructure in the South-south geo-political zone as an intervention to promote public healthcare in the zone.
Nepotism is the worst form of corruption in Nigeria – Sanusi
Former Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria and immediate past Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi, has said corruption will continue to fester in the country if incompetent persons occupy leadership positions and if there is nepotism in the system.
He stated that these would also continue to hinder the country’s development, noting that if citizens did not consider merit and competence in choosing their leaders, the country would make no progress.
Troops neutralise top Boko Haram/ISWAP commander, several others ― DHQ
The Defence Headquaters,DHQ, on Sunday said that in the renewed Operations to end insurgents activities in the country, the Troops have again killed top Boko Haram /Islamic State of West Africa Province – BH/ISWAP, members in the North East region of the country.
This was contained in a statement made available to news men in Abuja by the Coordinator, Defence Media Operations, DMO, Major General John Enenche.
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