Borno procures N4.2bn medical equipment
The Borno government has spent over N4.2 billion on the procurement of digital X-ray and scanning equipment to enhance quality healthcare delivery at the grassroots.
Troops capture terrorists’ commander, kill four, rescue 212 hostages
The Nigerian Army said troops of 3 Battalion, 22 Brigade in conjunction with 22 Mobile Strike Teams (MSTs) and members of civilian joint task force...
Four suicide bombers kill 14, wound 29 in Maiduguri
Four suicide bombers detonated in the Borno State capital and killed 14 people while wounding another 29, police said yesterday, in one of the largest such attacks in the city in years.
Four die, six wounded as troops, terrorists clash in Borno
Four persons, suspected to be soldiers, were reportedly feared dead while six others seriously injured when troops of the 152 Battalion, 21 Brigade of the Nigerian Army...
Panel, army chide Amnesty International for alleged failure to honour invitation
The nine-man presidential panel of investigation set up to review compliance of the military with human rights obligations has condemned the failure of Amnesty International to appear before it.
Doctors step up efforts to contain cholera spread in Borno
THE international medical humanitarian organisation, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), says it has scaled up “strategic response measures” in Borno State...
Borno records 530 cases of cholera infections, 23 deaths
Borno State recorded 530 cases of cholera infections as at September 5 this year. Also, 23 deaths were documented during the period.
Chibok girls: A case for national and international awards
At this time of the year countless numbers of Nigeria’s youths, as indeed youths all over the world, prepare to enter another phase of their studies at institutions encompassing the primary...