AEDC says death of 5 children in Mpape not caused by electricity

The Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) has distanced itself from the unfortunate inferno in which five children died in Mpape area of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) on April 1. The AEDC, in a statement by Mr Ahmed Shekarau, Head of Public Relations and Media on Thursday in Abuja, expressed sympathy with the family of……

Four Children Drown In River

Residents of the Galadimawa community around the suburbs of the Federal Capital Territory were thrown into mourning on Saturday when four children were discovered to have drowned in the Danko River. The deceased, Jinkai Hakila, 10, Bridget Ibrahim, 11, Precious Ezra, 14 and Azumi Daniel, 16, together with other children were at the river for……

6 Ways to Know If Your Child Is Addicted to Tech

With technology in our faces, it is unsurprising that many of us are addicted to our gadgets. You may be very unaware of this devotion to your device. Irrespective, adults can easily streamline the relationship with their gadgets. However, for children, this is absolutely not the case. Children are straightforwardly fascinated and carried away by……

Beating children on head can result in visual impairment-Ophthalmologist

Prof. Dupe Ademola-Popoola, an Ophthalmologist with the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) has cautioned against beating children on the head to guard against visual impairment. Ademola-Popoola gave the caution while addressing journalists on Saturday in Ilorin. She further said that beating children on the head might result in eye injury, which could ultimately result……

See What A Nigerian Kid was Found Doing In the Absence of Light

Kids born into this dispensation seem to get smarter by the day with every generation coming into existence. Asides from their ability to quickly learn things, they also have very proactive and curious minds, asking for information whenever they do not understand a particular thing or situation. However, their strongest and most notable qualities as……

UNICEF’s Statement On Beckham: ‘Extremely Proud Of The Work He Has Done’

United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) in statement, commented the charity work of former England International Footballer, David Beckham. The allegations were revealed on Friday which included apparent quotes from David about his continued charity work with organisations including UNICEF, Elton John AIDS Foundation and the Malaria No More UK Leadership Council, as well as…

My former wife’s siblings murdered her over property, man tells court

An Aba-na-Ohazu Customary Court was on Wednesday told how the siblings of Ifeoma Okpalanwa murdered her in order to have her property, and also abandoned her two children. The former husband of the late woman, Obiora Okpalanwa also told the court the problems he had with his wife which resulted in the dissolution of their……

Aisha Buhari Provides Safe Drinking Water To Community

Wife of the President, Her Excellency Mrs. Aisha Buhari has called on Nigerians to ensure that they use clean and safe drinking water in order to avoid water borne diseases. She made the call while commissioning a borehole donated by her project Future Assured to Gofinda community near the FCT, in her speech Mrs. Buhari…

Cleric warns parents against pampering their children

children Pastor Tunde Rotimi of the Salvation Church of Christ, Fate, Ilorin, Kwara, has warned parents not to pamper their children as it will turn them into spoilt children. Rotimi said in Ilorin on Monday that parents should monitor their children properly for them to behave responsibly. He said pampering of children by parents had…

Buying children Christmas clothes is tradition- parents

children clothes Some parents in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have said that buying Christmas clothes for their children is tradition that must be fulfilled at all cost. The parents, who spoke in separate interviews with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday, noted that in spite of the economic recession, provision must be…

Displaced School Age Children From Borno, Adamawa & Yobe Honored In Aso Rock

*GET FREE SOLAR PANELS TO POWER THEIR HOMES Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo  In another demonstration of the Buhari administration’s plan to reverse some of the devastating consequences of insurgency in the Northeast, especially regarding children, the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, SAN on Monday honored 18 school age children who are the winners of the maiden Protecting Education Advocacy…

I lure children with sweets, fried yam – Kidnap suspect

The Abia State Police Command, Friday paraded a suspected child trafficker identified as Roland Egbe. Egbe, upon interrogation reportedly confessed that he bought fried yam to attract the two kids he allegedly stole from their parents. The suspect, who claimed to be a ticket seller at Oyigbo in Rivers State, said he handed the children…

UNICEF @70: catering for the world’s endangered children

UNICEF @70 logo On the 70th anniversary of its founding, UNICEF celebrates the immense progress made for the world’s children – and renews the urgent call to reach millions of children whose lives and futures are endangered by conflict, crisis, poverty, inequality and discrimination   “UNICEF was founded after World War II to bring help…

Woman arrested while allegedly trying to sell children

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, Ebonyi State Command, has arrested a 25-year-old woman, Ali Odinaka for allegedly trying to sell her three children. Odinaka, who hails from Ezilo, in Ishielu Local Government of Area of the state was reportedly arrested by the police after a tip-off from a waitress…

18 Finalists Emerge In FG Programme For IDP Children

After rigorous essay writing sessions and validation of submitted entries, eighteen finalists have emerged winners of the Essay Writing Competition in the recently announced Federal Government’s education advocacy programme for displaced children in Borno, Adamawa and Yobe states. The Grand Finale holds Thursday in Maiduguri, Borno State where the finalists will present their education advocacy…

6 lessons every Nigerian mother will teach you

It is a known fact that schools as well as several learning institutions around the country offer formal education to their attendees. However, while this kind of education garnered is considered essential for survival in the labour market, the education it offers fails in comparison with the knowledge that our parents, especially mothers, impress upon…

Abduction of my children pushed me to consult spiritualists – Father

An artisan, Fatai Azeez, has said he was pushed to consulting many spiritualists after his children were kidnapped in Okokomaiko area of Lagos State last week. Azeez, an auto mechanic, added that his wife, Suliyat, is almost losing her sanity after the incident. The Punch is reporting that Azeez’s apprentice, identified simply as Grace, abducted…

NSCDC urge parents to protect their children

NSCDC Operatives The Borno Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) on Saturday, urged parents and guardians to protect their children and wards from manipulative elements that can make them commit crimes. The Commandant in the state, Mr Ibrahim Abdullahi, in Maiduguri said many of the children are now used as beggars…

Apply caution while disciplining a child — Educationist

teacher-disciplines-student Mr Godwin Pius, the Principal, King’s Kids International School, Gwagwalada Abuja, has advised teachers to apply caution while disciplining a child to prevent inflicting injury on the child. Pius, who gave the advice on Wednesday in Abuja, however noted a disciplined child would go a long way to curtail social ills in the society….

2016 children’s day: UNICEF decries violation of children’s rights

Despite enormous progress realized for children since the adoption of the Convention on the Rights of the Child in 1989, the rights of millions of children are being violated every day, UNICEF said today as it marks ongoing celebrations following Universal Children’s Day on Sunday. “With conflicts, crises, and crushing poverty putting millions of children’s…

FG gives education to children displaced by Boko Haram

Children at an internally displaced persons camp Tomorrow the Federal Government will commence an education advocacy program for school-aged children displaced in the North East States of Borno, Adamawa and Yobe. By means of a writing and speech competition between the children in those states, this programme will adopt the children themselves as the main…

Shettima Presents N10m to Widow, 3 Children of Fallen Hero, Abu Ali

Borno State Governor, Kashim Shettima on Saturday presented a cheque valued at ten million naira to Samira, widow of fallen soldier and one of Nigeria’s bravest war hero, Lt.Col Muhammad Abu Ali who was killed in Malam-fatori, headquarters of Abadam local government area in northern part of Borno State about on Friday, November 4, 2016….

#News Summary 2nd November2016,Pres Buhari Engages Niger Delta Leaders

   President Buhari Engages Niger Delta Leaders Critical Stakeholders In The Oil Producing Areas Of The Country Under The Auspices Of Pan Niger Delta Forum Have Resolved To Do Everything Within Their Powers To End The Spate Of Militant Agitation In The Region So As To Help The Buhari Administration Succeed In Pulling The Nation’s…

150 Jigawa indigent children get education support

FILE PHOTO: students receiving lesson the under tree No fewer than 150 less privileged children in Hadejia, Jigawa, have benefitted from an education support programme initiated by an NGO, Association for Advancement of Women in Nigeria (ASSAWIN). The Programme Manager of ASSAWIN, Mrs Ameachina Chinelo, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Hadejia on…

Lack Of Sleep Can Halve Male Fertility – Study

A new study has found that men who have less than six hours of sleep are putting their fertility at risk. A new study presented at the annual congress of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine has found that getting less than six hours of sleep in the evening has serious consequences for a man’s…

Fire Service rescues 2 children who fell into well

Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje Kano State Fire Service has rescued two children who fell into well in the city, the Director of the service, Alhaji Mustapha Rilwan, has said. Rilwan disclosed on Monday in Kano that one of the children, one-year-old baby fell into a well in Rimin Kebe area in Ungogo Local Government…

Brad Pitt Reacts To Divorce From Angelina Jolie

Hollywood Actor and Celebrity Superstar, Brad Pitt has responded to the news of his divorce from Wife Angelina Jolie, which was announced on Tuesday. Jolie, who is also a Celebrity actress and his co-star in the movie ” Mr and Mrs Smith” filed for divorce. “I am very saddened by this, but what matters most…

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How to manage fever in children

Fever is a rise in body temperature above the body’s normal set point. Normal body temperature is between 97° -99.5° F. However, most doctors consider a temperature of 100.4° F or above as a sign of fever. What causes a fever?   There are two primary causes for a child to have a rise in…

4 Children After, Men Are Still Running After Me – Actress

Nollywood actress, Bose Alao Omotoyosi has revealed that men are still flocking around her even after she’s given birth to four children. The actress revealed this in a recent interview where she opened up on her beginning and early days in the industry. Read excerpts from the interview below: How did your journey into entertainment…

Pastor Found With 13 Underage Girls As Sex Slaves, Blames Satan

On a normal day, 36-year-old Chukwuemeka Nwocha, the General Overseer of Tongue of Fire Restoration Ministry located in Igbosere, Lagos, is a ‘man of God’ that his congregation, both young and old, called “Daddy”. But on Friday, as he was being paraded before journalists at the Lagos State Police Command Headquarters in Ikeja, he was…

Gunmen kidnap three children in Benue

n have again kidnapped three children in Makurdi, Benue State. The victims, Afred Adunm and two of his sisters were abducted Saturday morning while on their way to the farm. It was gathered that two men with guns accosted the children, ordered them into a waiting vehicle and headed towards Adoka-Ankpa road. Spokesman, Benue State…

NDLEA Nabs 2 Drug Traffickers In Abuja, Lagos Airports

A 55-year-old female pilgrim to Medina, Saudi Arabia to perform the annual pilgrimage, Mrs Binuyo Basira Iyabo has tested positive to narcotic ingestion at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja while another Hong Kong bound passenger, Diara Sauduo was also found to have inserted 7 wraps of cocaine weighing 355 grammes inside his anus…

6 fun and easy exercises to do with your kids

With the alarming (and climbing) rate of childhood obesity, it’s more important than ever that parents model healthy behaviors for their children. Being a fit family doesn’t mean you have to drag your kids to the gym or put them on a diet. In fact, living a lifestyle of movement and teaching them how to…

FLASH| Jidenna Comes Home, Visits Alma mater

It was all smiles, excitement and happiness as the staff, children, old students and parents of Justine-Thomas Kindergarten and Primary school Enugu welcomed their pioneer student Jidenna when he came calling to visit his alma mater. The star was nostalgic as he remembered how he played in sand during his early years in the school….

A widow’s pain: Safiya Vatsa was IBB’s nightmare

From Mrs Vatsa… On 23 December 1985, the Vatsa family had just concluded plans to travel to Calabar because, usually, they spent the yuletide in the Cross River State capital, (Sufiya is Efik), the Id-el-Fitri in Minna, Niger State (Vatsa is Nupe) and the Id-el Kabir in Kaduna. After the necessary packing for the trip,…

Pastor keeps 13 girls as sex slaves, says devil made him do it

The General Overseer of Tongue of Fire Restoration Ministry located in Igbosere, Lagos, Chukwuemeka Nwocha, 36, has informed that the devil made him keep 13 underage girls as sex slaves in a three-bedroomed harem. While being paraded before newsmen at the Lagos State Police Command Headquarters in Ikeja, Nwocha said he was only trying to…

NDLEA arrests female pilgrim at Abuja airport

Mrs Binuyo Basira Iyabo Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA), recently arrested a 55-year-old female pilgrim to Saudi Arabia, Mrs. Binuyo Basira Iyabo with cocaine at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja. Iyabo tested positive to narcotic ingestion at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja. NDLEA Head of Public Affairs, Mitchel…

Untold Story Of Abuja Villages Without Toilets

Beyond the glamour of Abuja streetlights,  well planned residential locations and storey buildings, there are settlements with ineffable environmental squalor within the city, ADEBIYI ADEDAPO who visited some of these slums reports Despite series of campaigns on the need to maintain a hygienic society, there are communities, even in the heart of Abuja, where environmental…

Domestic violence rankles…It’s my next song –Sunny Nneji

Oruka singer, Sunny Nneji, is not a man that shies away from a fight. The musician was among numerous celebrities that took part in the walk against child abuse and domestic violence recently organized by The Sun. But like Saul on the road to Damascus, he got converted. Now, Nneji is set to lend his…

Training the child: Where many parents get it wrong

It is an established fact that many parents take the training or upbringing of their children lukewarmly. Indeed many of them do not even know what it takes to train their children. Many have erroneously believed that providing your children all the physical needs they ask of is all they need to become good children….

Man exchanges two siblings for bags of rice

An unidentified middle-aged man, Wednesday, abducted two siblings, who were returning from extra-moral class in Satellite area of Lagos. Thereafter, he exchanged them for two bags of rice in a shop at 63, Marwa Road, near Chemist Bus Stop. The children are aged eight and 13. It was gathered that at the shop, the abductor…

NDLEA arrests female pilgrim to Saudi Arabia for drugs

BY CHRISTOPHER OJI A 55-year-old female pilgrim to Medina, Saudi Arabia has tested positive to narcotics. Officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja, arrested and placed her under observation. The suspect, Mrs. Binuyo Basira Iyabo, has so far excreted 76 pellets of substances found to…

Saudi-bound female pilgrim caught, excretes 76 pellets of cocaine

A 55-year-old female passenger’s planned pilgrimage to this year’s hajj came to an abrupt end at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja, after she was arrested for alleged narcotic ingestion. Basira Iyabo Binuyo has already excreted seventy-six (76) pellets of substances found to be cocaine, according to the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA)….

NDLEA nabs pilgrim with narcotic, resues two others

A 55 year old female pilgrim to Medina, Saudi Arabia to perform the annual pilgrimage has tested positive to narcotic ingestion at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja. She was immediately placed under observation by officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) The suspect identified as Mrs Binuyo Basira Iyabo has so…

NDLEA arrests female pilgrim at Abuja airport

  A 55 year old female pilgrim to Medina, Saudi Arabia has tested positive to narcotic ingestion at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA), Abuja.   She was immediately placed under observation by officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA).   The suspect named Mrs. Binuyo Basira Iyabo who was on her way…

Father Of Two Commits Sucide Over Economic Recession

Bamidele Fashube, Abuja, Nigeria, GVE – A father of two children from the South South, Nigeria has committed suicide following increasing hardship in the nation. The deceased, Late Chief Ekanem Edet reportedly wrote a suicide note to Nigeria’s President, Mohammed Buhari, as he was assumed to have died out of frustration. According to reports, the…

Man abducts, exchanges two siblings for bags of rice in Lagos

The Lagos State Police Command has confirmed the arrest of a middle-aged man who abducted two siblings and exchanged them for bags of rice. The suspect, simply identified as Joshua, was said to have abducted the children, aged 13 and 8, who were returning from extra-moral class on Wednesday in the Satellite area of the…

Episode 7 Of Glo Prof Johnbull Projects Gender Parity

The seventh episode of the hilarious TV drama series Professor Johnbull, sponsored by data grandmasters, Globacom, aired last Tuesday at 8:30pm on NTA International, NTA Network and NTA on Startimes. The episode titled Baby and Bomboi lampoons the idea of the superiority of the male child to the female ones in the African traditional setting….

Dealer Predicts Imminent Fall Of Rice Price

Chief Anthony Ndubuka, a major rice dealer in Umuahia, Chief Anthony Ndubuka, has expressed optimism that the price of rice would soon fall in Nigeria. Ndubuka expressed the optimism in an interview with newsmen in Umuahia yesterday while speaking on the high price of the grains in the country. He said that the grains would…

Who Is A Woman Of Virtue?

Every woman pro fesses good virtues and wants to be addressed as such. But in truth, not all women possess virtues or are of good virtues. A virtue, according to the Oxford Advanced Learners’ Dictionary, means behavior or attitudes that show high moral standards. A virtuous woman is more than a jewel or embodiment of…

UNICEF introduces SMS in malnutrition prevention

United Nations Children Fund, UNICEF, has introduced the use of cell phone reporting system in the management of Severe Acute Malnutrition, SAM, which currently stands at 2.5 million among children in Northern Nigeria. The aim is to fast track the life saving services provided at the implementation sites to ensure these children survive, thrive and…

Foundation calls for exclusive breastfeeding to cushion malnutrition

Williams said this at a news briefing in Abuja on Thursday to launch the three years campaign on “Every Last Child”. She said that the new campaign was geared toward reaching the most excluded children, the refugees, girl-child, children living with disabilities and children on the streets The post Foundation calls for exclusive breastfeeding to…

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The BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme meets the disadvantaged children benefitting from a scheme to get them reading.

Yoruba tasked on tradition at festival

In Osogbo, Osun State, the natives obviously are aware of one very fact that their major festival – the Osun Osogbo, is synonymous to rain, and if this year’s festival is anything to go by, the rain that fell on Friday, August 19, attested to this argument. Although the last year’s edition of the festival may not have experienced this usual rain that normally…

How Flood Wreaks Havoc On Lives, Homes and Farmlands

Several lives as well as homes and farmlands are yearly ravaged by flood that has affected states in Nigeria. SOLOMON AYADO writes that as victims groan over failure governments to take proactive measures in order to bring a lasting solution to the menace and provide succor, the ugly situation has caused serious devastation to communities….

2 Nigerians Emerge Winners In Cartoon Network Studios Competition

10-year-old, Tiffany Obasohan and 11-year-old, Onyamaechi Christian Yobo from Nigeria have been announced overall winners in the drawing and storyboard categories respectively in the first Cartoon Network Imagination Studios competition while Nyasha Mazarura, an 11-year-old from South Africa was the overall winner in the movie category. The brand new initiative from Cartoon Network (DStv channel…

Embarrassing Herdsmen Attack

Last week, herdsmen struck again in some communities in Enugu killing women and children. In Benue, such attacks have become a daily occurrence. In southern Kaduna and Adamawa, it such attack have become the norm. Human life has become cheap in the country as the media is awash with killings every day. The social media…

Women Ministry Partners Optometrists To Tackle Visual Impairment Among Women

Following a 2015 report by the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness  that close to two-thirds of the world’s blind are women, the Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development is partnering with the Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA) to tackle the issue in the country. The intention was disclosed yesterday  in Abuja when the…

Buhari, Economy, Recession: This is 1984

In months to come, a Toyota Camry would be offered for N50,000 just to feed family. In 1984, just months after the military takeover by General Buhari, the country ground to a halt; just like today! He came with the same song-and-dance: THEY ARE CORRUPT!! In a matter of months, mothers were selling their jewellery…

Basketball clinic for children begins in Ilorin

KEHINDE AKINPELU, Ilorin A week-long basketball clinic for children under the ages of 7 to 15 years has opened in Ilorin, the Kwara  capital. No fewer than 80 children have so far registered for the 2016 edition of the clinic, organised by Droplets Basketball Concept Kwara. Speaking with the newsmen at a News Conference on…

Alert! Check out how excessive use of smartphones damage the eyes

An Optometrist, Dr. Henry Emelike on Wednesday urged Nigerians to desist from excessive use of smartphones devices because of their negative effect on the eyes. Henry, an Optometrist at the Gwamna Awan General Hospital, Kakuri in Kaduna gave the advice in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Kaduna. He said that…

Mark Zuckerberg’s visit gives Nigerian startups much-needed boost

Mark Zuckerberg in Lagos Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s visit to Nigeria, his first to sub-Saharan Africa, has put the country’s tech businesses firmly in the world’s spotlight. Zuckerberg staged a surprise visit to the country’s economic capital Lagos on Tuesday and his first stop was a local innovation center and tech hub in Yaba, an…

Borno Elders Appeal For More Food Items , Others To IDPs

The Borno Elders Forum (BOEF) has yesterday appealed to Nigerians and international donor agencies to rescue over 2.6 million Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) with “humanitarian and rehabilitation” assistance, before they return to their respective liberated communities this year. The appeal was made at a news conference held by BOEF chairman, AmbUsmanGaltimari at the Government House,…

Nigerians Troops To Witness Annular Eclipse

Nigerians including school children on Thursday trooped emasse to the National Space Research and Development Agency in Abuja to witness the Annular Eclipse. NASRDA had promised to set up a viewing centre for school pupils and students to observe the annular eclipse as part of its continuous programmes to expose Nigerians and students to matters…

50% pregnant women suffering from Anaemia- Expert

Dr Isaac Adewole, Minister of Health GBENRO ADESINA/IBADAN A Professor of Gynaecology and Obstetrics at the University College Hospital, UCH, Oladosu Ojengbede on Wednesday said that about 50 percent of pregnant women across the country are currently suffering from anaemia due to shortage and lack of good food suitable for their health during pregnancy. Ojengbede…

UBEC And Challenge Of Accessing Funds

In this piece, WINIFRED OGBEBO takes a look at the challenge of accessing the huge amount trapped in the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) Funds amidst the poor state of the country’s basic education sector. The state of the basic education sector is disheartening because of the many challenges confronting it. Ordinarily, this should not…

Don’t watch eclipse with naked eyes, Official warns

An educationist, Mr Olajide Olunoiki, on Wednesday warned Lagos residents to avoid watching the annular eclipse of the sun with naked eyes on Thursday. Olunoiki, a Director in the Lagos State Ministry of Education, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that sighting the eclipse was injurious to naked eyes. He said that solar eclipse…

DSS Arrest Child Abducting Syndicate In Benue

John Shiaondo, Makurdi Department of State Security Service (DSS) has arrested eight members of a syndicate said to be responsible for abducting and selling children from Benue state. Briefing newsmen yesterday after the Benue state security meeting, Governor Samuel Ortom said one of the abductors; Adejo Ogiri who is from Benue is the anchor man…

Court dissolves 23-year-old marriage over battery

Mr Ademola Odunade, the President of a Mapo Customary Court in Ibadan, on Wednesday, dissolved a 23-year-old marriage between Rukayat and her husband Dauda Adebayo, over incessant battery. Odunade held that the union between Rukayat and Adebayo was dissolved in the interest of peace. He awarded custody of the couple’s last three children to Rukayat…

Businessman drags girlfriend to court

The gavel of justice A 35-year-old businessman, Ahile Solomon, on Wednesday, dragged his girlfriend, Ada Joseph, to a Mararaba Upper Area Court for alleged theft. Ada,32, who resides in Mararaba, is facing a three-count charge of theft, criminal breach of trust and cheating contrary to sections 288, 322 and 312 of the Penal Code. Solomon…

Revealed: How Dangote’s Over N4.5 Billion ‘Disappeared’ in IDP’s Camp

The Dangote Foundation has revealed that over N4.5 billion was spent in the North-east, as donations to ease the plight of Internally Displaced Persons, IDPs. This was disclosed by the president of the foundation, Aliko Dangote, at a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday, August 31. Dangote, announced a new partnership with the lead singer…

Enugu State targets 1m children for immunisation

The Director of Public Health in the state, Dr. Okechukwu Ossai, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Tuesday in Enugu that the exercise was to tackle issues of maternal and child health to scale down maternal and infant mortality in the state The post Enugu State targets 1m children for immunisation appeared first on…