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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.
9 May 2021
Opara Okoye, who had always enjoyed good eyesight, noticed one day that his eyes were itchy and looking very red. At first, he did not give it much attention, thinking that the condition was temporary, perhaps due to the stress of that day.

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Former Governor of Edo and ex-national Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomole, has clinched his party’s Edo North Senatorial ticket ahead of the 2023 general elections.
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