From visiting the hospital for an emergency to finding that one person your heart beats for, was the case for Temitope when she met a young handsome doctor. According to Temitope's narrative: Sometime in March 2015, I was transferred from the School Health Centre to LUTH following a severe toothache that left a part of my fave swollen and tender.
Dagrin, formally known as Oladapo Olaitan Olaonipekun, died at the Lagos University teaching Hospital (LUTH), Idi Araba, Lagos State on the 30th of April, 2010.
SAD: 5 Nigerian Celebrities Who Lost Their Lives In A Car Accident (Photos). In 2015, Pop duo P-Square then had every reason to go to church after they survived a ghastly accident that could have taken away their lives along Lagos-Ibadan expressway. They are more Nollywood stars who have also survived some accidents or even more than once in their life time, examples are RMD and Bukky Wright, musicians including Niyola, Terry G, and Jahbless but it's so unfortunate that these five epic celebrities were not able
It's barely some hours after the death of popular Lagos Businessman Shaka Momoh. Many Nigerians especially the Lagosians have been thrown into a state of mourn after hearing the sad news of his death. Shaka Momoh is a popular Lagos Businessman and owner of the Planet One Hotel located in Maryland, Lagos. Reports gathered that the businessman died of COVID-19 at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), on Thursday 14th January 2020. Some people have also taken to their social media handles to share
Today's update i bring few Nigerian Popular Celebrities who had graduated from school as medical students having degree in medical study, but dumped it for Entertainment. We all know very well that most of our Nigerian celebrities making waves in the entertainment industry are from different field of study. Most of them don't have certificates related to entertainment. But even without certificates relating to entertainment, they are doing great in the entertainment industry. In today's piece of work, i complied
I was scrolling across Facebook when I saw a video that caught my attention, I couldn’t help but pause the video and bury my head in shame on the account of the conditions the hospitals in Nigeria most especially in Lagos, and not just any hospital in Lagos, The Lagos State Teaching Hospital which is a federal hospital. The working conditions of hospitals in Nigeria is sadly not far from hell. To provide a serene and a comfortable environment for the citizens of Nigeria has been a major setback for the government.
Covid-19 Kills Lagos Businessman. See His Photos Lagos State has been the epicenter of the dreaded Coronavirus since it's inception into Nigeria. Lagos ranks first always on the chart as the state with most Covid-19 cases in Nigeria. Just today, thursday 14th January, Nigeria lost another Popular Lagos State Businessman by name Shaka Momoh who is the owner of Planet One Hotel and Event Center in Maryland, Lagos State as a result of Coronavirus complications. Momoh died at the Lagos State University Teaching
Popular actress and presenter, Nancy Isime turned 29 yesterday and since age 21, it has been her tradition to spend her birthday with amazing beautiful children and a few close friends. Today she visited the pediatric ward of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LUTH), spent all her day there, having fun with the children. She bought them goody bags, Celebrating them and also paying outstanding surgery bills. According to her, this is her favorite day of the year. Nancy took to her Instagram handle to share
Former Super Eagles star, Yisa Sofoluwe, also known as Dean of Defence, has died. According to report, the 53-year-old ex-Super Eagles star died on Tuesday evening at the Intensive Care Unit of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH). Few days ago, the news of the former Super Eagles star being ill broke out which got the attention of some Nigerians as Yisa Sofoluwe was reportedly diagnosed of brain disease. According to report, he was waiting to have his surgery at LUTH before his demise on Tuesday evening.
An act of kindness is one gesture people would hardly forget. Few minutes ago, Nigeria fashion blogger and entrepreneur, Laura Ikeji, revealed that she is willing to render financial assistance to anyone who needs medical treatment at Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LUTH). She also urged people who are interested in joining her on the quest to contact her
Dear Nigerian Fathers, See Where You Can Do A DNA Test With Little Cost Following FCMB Boss paternal scandal, which saw a lady reveal to her husband that the kids she had for him actually belongs to her boss, Nigerians have called on fathers to try and conduct a DNA test to confirm the Paternity of their kids in order to avoid a Sad ending like that of Tunde who died after hearing the news. And from my investigations, I was able to gather some information regarding the cost and locations where the DNA test can
Some weeks ago, one of my friends collapsed while we were trying to register for the National Identification Number, as the Federal government mandated that it was necessary for all Nigerian citizens to get it, as it will be needed for the registration and linking of SIM cards.
Are you planning to celebrate your birthday soon? Learn from what this Nigerian actress Nancy did. Video Everybody in life requires happiness and laughter, you might think it is a normal thing to smile and be happy, but to some it is a luxury they can't afford. Birthday is something we get to Celebrate once in a year, but what matters is how we spend it, and most people have this tradition of always spending their birthday by putting smile on the face of little children and those in need. And this popular Nigerian
The Honorable Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige took the time off his busy schedule to grace the induction ceremony of his daughter, Azuka at Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH) earlier today. Azuka got inducted as a medical doctor alongside tens of other newly graduated medical practitioners.
Tribute to the "Dean of Defence" fondly called by friends in his hey days, Yisa Otobo Sofoluwe who was former Nigeria footballer who played as a defender. He has 40 appearance for the National team in which he scored once, he was regular left back between 1983-1988, also played at 1984 and 1988 African Cup of Nation's, this talented footballer was born in December, 1967. He was reported to be diagnosed with Mild Cerebray Atrophy at the Prince and Life Medical Hospital, but was moved to Lagos University Teaching
The remains of late Afenifere spokesman, Odumakin arrived Osun state on Friday ahead of funeral scheduled to hold this weekend.The wife of Odumakin, late Afenifere spokesman has revealed what her husband planned to do if he returned from hospital but unfortunately died without fulfilling his desire.
A Nigerian man has taken to Twitter to thank God and show gratitudes to the man whom God used as helper 3 years ago when he was in need of medical attention and help.
Yisa Sofoluwe was born on December 22, 1967 and played for Nigeria as a catcher. He reportedly played on the left side between 1983 and 1988, as well as the 1984 and 1988 Nation's Cup. Sofoluwe was the gold medal for Nigeria during the time, he Appeared for Nigerian football 40 times during his career. Sofoluwe has also played for Abiola Babes in Abeokuta, IICC of Ibadan and Gateway Abeokuta. Earlier, it was reported that the senior footballer fell ill and received treatment at LUTH Hospital. One of his friends,
*VP pledges FG's support so Nigerians can benefit *Team, composed of LUTH, Diaspora-based professors and scientists, notes encouragement from Presidency Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has welcomed efforts by a team of Nigerian professors and scientists investigating the effectiveness of, and roles that Ivermectin drug can play in the treatment of the Coronavirus disease. The team, which is composed of Nigerian scholars at home and abroad, has also submitted their report on the usefulness of the drug
The Lagos University Teaching Hospital, LUTH, has joined other Nigerian government health agencies, to warn Nigerians on the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. According to an official statement from LUTH that was signed by the Chief Medical Director, Prof. Chris Bode, and shared on their official social media handle, issues that the second wave of the virus is easily transmitted and more deadly than the first wave, as the Covid-19 pandemic is not over and Nigerians must prepare to confront it all over