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16 Apr 2021
One month after Nigeria officially began the COVID-19 vaccination, the nation has not recorded any death from the immunisation process, the National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) has said. This is even as the agency announced that over a million Nigerians have been administered the first dose of the Astrazeneca vaccine. Meanwhile, Nigeria has…
26 Mar 2021
As humanity seeks herd immunity from coronavirus, the apprehension being expressed in many quarters over the safety of vaccination is significant
3 Feb 2021
This installment focuses on vaccine hesitancy among Africans. Those without the misfortune of what Professor Wole Soyinka calls partial amnesia...

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Four students of the University of Port Harcourt who were kidnapped last weekend have been released and reunited with their families. The Guardian gathered that the students, Gbaa Nenubari, Asumbo Elizabeth, Eze Chimezie and Onosigho Augustine, were abducted on their way from the Orashi River where they had gone for a vegetation sampling for their…
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Known for its tremendous health and wellness benefits, the use of Moringa in the human diet dates back centuries. This green superfood is packed with essential vitamins and minerals and possesses antifungal, antiviral, antidepressant, and anti-inflammatory properties. Aduna Moringa contains 5 essential vitamins and minerals, 25% plant protein and 24% fibre.  Its delicious green and…
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Nigeria Senate on Wednesday removed the clause that makes direct primary mandatory for the election of candidates in political parties from the electoral act amendment bill. The Senate in late 2021 passed a version of the bill and transmitted it to President Muhammadu Buhari who declined assent to the bill. Besides the amendment to Clause…
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The foundations call on world leaders to support the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) to help end the COVID-19 crisis, prepare for future pandemics, and address epidemic threats.  SEATTLE AND LONDON, 18 January 2022 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Today the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Wellcome each pledged US$150 million for a total of US$300 million…
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Qatar World Cup ticket sales were launched at reduced prices on Wednesday with residents and migrant workers able to attend games for just $11 as concerns persist over Covid-19. Authorities have not yet announced how many fans will be allowed into stadiums for the first World Cup in an Arab country, which runs from November…