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2 Dec
The work is concluded and we have presented it at the World Ophthalmology Conference. The only thing with Nigerians is that we prefer orthodox medicine to the traditional ones.
2 Dec
It is feared that the new COVID-19 variant B.1.1.529 (Omicron) might have been circulating in Nigeria since last week as two passengers from here, on Sunday, November 28, tested positive to the virus on arrival in Ottawa, Canada.
2 Dec
My parents never had the privilege of going to school; my father was from a family of farmers and he migrated to Ibadan, as a complete illiterate, he decided to send me to school, out of about 120 families, he was the only single voice that insisted on sending his children to school.
2 Dec
Indigenous grains are called traditional grains. This food heritage has fed people for generations. They are also legacies of genetic wealth upon which sound food security and sustainable development could be built.
2 Dec
Nigeria is not static and I used to tell a lot of people that the rest of the world cannot leave us behind for a long time.
2 Dec
Managing Director, ISN Products Nigeria Limited, Mr. Felix Ofungwu, has promised to honour, acknowledge and encourage medical laboratory scientists in Nigeria.
2 Dec
he Delta State Contributory Health Scheme (DSCHS) was established by the Delta State Contributory Health Commission (DSCHC) Bill, which was signed into law by the Governor of Delta State, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, on February 4, 2016.
2 Dec
A company’s ethics will determine its reputation. Good business ethics are essential for the long-term success of an organization.
2 Dec
Agro-industrial researchers and other stakeholders have advocated import substitution industrialisation in enzyme production to maximise benefits of local production of the multi-million dollar catalysts.
2 Dec
To give back to their alma mater, improve academic performance and moral standing of students, the New Era Girls Secondary School, Surulere, Lagos, alumni association (NEGSSLA-A), has constructed a N32million self-funded building...
2 Dec
In commemoration of this year’s Global Education Week (GEW), a stationery firm, BIC, has honoured 10 exceptional educators around the world, for bringing joy to the hearts of children every day, inspiring and preparing the next generation to thrive.
2 Dec
Managing Director of Danacid, Mr. Gautam Hathiramani, has assured Nigerians on unwavering commitment to healthcare delivery and distribution of quality pharmaceuticals.

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