Today's Headlines: Another Prominent Nigerian Dies, Goodluck Jonathan Speaks On Isreal, Palestine's Conflict
Another Prominent Nigerian Dies.The Chief of Mbula Kingdom in Adamawa State, Joel Joram-Fwa, has died at the age of 82.Joram-Fwa, who died on Sunday, was a first class traditional ruler in the State.The monarch died at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC) Yola, after a brief illness.
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Life is full of so many uncertainties and one can't tell who would bail them out from the situation they find themselves in.That's why we are advised to always be kind to everyone we meet, and stay humble.
After several weeks of anxiety and uncertainty at the Federal Medical Centre, Abeokuta in Ogun State following leadership crisis and tenure extension saga, calm appears to have been restored at the hospital. Late on Monday night, the immediate past Chief Medical Director, Prof Adewale Musa Olomu was said to have handed over the affairs of the hospital to the Head of Clinical Services, Dr Fidelis Ojeblemu, in acting capacity, pending further directives from the Federal Government.
As reactions either pro or against have continued to trail the recent dissolution of Cabinet by Imo State Governor, Sen. Hope Uzodimma, some of the reactionists have described the inclusion of Hon.Iyke Umeh in the sack as one done at the wrong time and in bad Faith. Hon.Iyke Umeh was until the Cabinet Shake-Up, the Commissioner for Entrepreneurship and Skill Acquisition.
Photo credit: Google Another Elder Statesman Dies At 91 Ahmed Joda, an elder statesman and one of the few Northern oligarchs, has died. He was 91 years old. Photo credit: Nigerian Tribune According to a close family member, he died on Friday at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC) in Yola, Adamawa State, after a long illness.
Today's Headlines: Doctors Begin Strike Today, Gov Wike Sends Anti-Grazing Bill To House Of Assembly
(Photo Credit: Google) Residents Doctors Begin Indefinite Strike Doctors under the aegis of the National Association of Resident Doctors NARD in Ondo state have embarked on indefinite strike action. (Photo Credit: Vanguard Newspaper) This complied with the directive by its National body to commence the industrial action today.
The former permanent secretary in the Ministry of information of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Ahmed Joda was reported dead. His personal Secretary, Alhaji Mohammed Baba disclosed that the elder statesman died on Friday, August 13, 2021, at Federal Medical Centre, FMC, Yola State.
Anxiety, tension and feverish suspense have enveloped the Federal Medical Centre, Abeokuta, Ogun State, following the expiration of the four year tenure of the Chief Medical Director, Prof Adewale Musa-Olomu today, May 31, 2021. In effect, the long and hard fight by the CMD for tenure renewal which has thrown the tertiary hospital into crisis since over six months, has hit the rock.
Niger State The Federal Medical Centre, Bida is a federal medical center own by the federal government of Nigeria and built by the Sani Abacha military administration, it was built in 1997 and founded in 1998.Ekiti State The Federal Medical Centre, Ido-Ekiti was established as a General Hospital in 1964 by the then government of the Western Region of Nigeria.
Today's Headlines: Over 3 Million Cows Lost By Herdsmen-Miyetti Allah, 11 Soldiers Killed By Bandits
Hold doctors responsible for death of any patient -Senate Nigerians have been asked by the senate committee on health to hold the doctors responsible if any patient dies.They made this statement while faulting the strike embarked upon by resident doctors in Nigeria.
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This life has a lot of uncertainties or vulnerabilities that one can't tell who might rescue them from the circumstance they are in.That is the reason we are encouraged to consistently be caring to everybody we meet, and also stay humble.
A Nigerian Army Officer by name Abbas Fatai attached to 16 Brigade, Yenegoa, Bayelsa State has been shot dead by suspected Icelanders cult group. According to the publication made by the Peoples Gazette, the Officer was killed at Igbogene junction, Yenegoa. The Army preliminary investigation showed that the group was led by one Confidence who attacked and shot the officer.
Seven members of a family in Umueze Umuakanu, Umuahia North Local Government Area of Abia State have died after eating Suya meat. It is reported that the father of the house Mr Jessey bought the meat to the house for consumption. His wife, children and other members of the extended family that paid him visit, joined in eating the suya.
Lady Victoria Aguiyi-ironsi, the wife of the first Military Head Of State, Late Gen. J.T Umunnakwe Aguiyi-ironsi is dead, aged 97. President Muhammadu Buhari According to family sources, the deceased died at around 4am on Monday at Federal Medical Centre (FMC) Umuahia, Anambra state, where she is receiving medical treatment.
Information from our source reveals that a 15year-old boy has allegedly killed a teenage girl who is 14 years old, for refusing to be his girlfriend. According to the report, the boy is a student of Reverend Kuti Memorial Grammar School, while the deceased was a student of Nawar ud- Deen Grammar School, both in Abeokuta, Ogun State.
Today 21st May, 2021, Gunmen suspected to be Armed Robbers robbed an expatriate in Umuahia, Abia State, killed the security detail attached to him and shot his driver. It was reported that the Chinese National was returning from Aba where he went to withdraw money from a bank.
Earlier this week, Dr. Julius Idowu warned against the unnecessary insertion of cotton buds and other objects into the ear to avoid damage to the eardrum. Dr. Julius Idowu is a medical expert who practices in the United Kingdom. Idowu issued the warning at a medical outreach at Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Ikate, Lagos, which was covered by the News Agency of Nigeria.
An auto accident on the Birninkudu-Kano route in Jigawa's Birninkudu Local Government Area resulted in the deaths of 18 people on Wednesday. ASP Lawan Shisu, the state Police Command's acting Public Relations Officer (PPRO), confirmed the news. The event happened around 6:30 a.m., according to Shisu, near Alu Farms.
Hold Doctors Responsible For Deaths- Senate The Senate Committee on Health has criticized the strike embarked upon by resident doctors, expecting Nigerians to hold the doctors responsible if any patient dies on account of the strike.
Senator Clifford Ordia of the Edo state senatorial district in the National Assembly on Wednesday shared with reporters in Abuja how he was brutally attacked by armed gunmen who he called Bandits.Senator Clifford Ordia who is the Senate Committee Chairman on Local and Foreign Debts told newsmen how he was attacked Twice along Okenne-Lokoja and Lokoja-Abaji road as he was heading to Abuja.