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23 Sep
The Gombe State government confirmed that about 10 people have died from cholera outbreak in the state.
22 Sep
Gombe State has declared an outbreak of cholera with no fewer than ten deaths already recorded across the state.
21 Sep
The Borno State Government has urged the World Health Organisation (WHO) to help it in halting the spread of cholera that had already killed over 50 people.
27 Jul
There is anxiety in communities of Lau Local Council of Taraba State over the outbreak of cholera, which has reportedly left no fewer than 10 persons dead and about 100 hospitalised.
20 Jun
Plateau State has recorded two cases of the dreaded monkey pox disease; an outbreak that has become a global concern.
18 May
Dr Janet Ekpenyong, Director General (D-G), Cross River Primary Healthcare Care Agency, has confirmed the death of seven children from cholera in the state.
16 May
Prof. Innocent A. O. Ujah is the President, of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA), a consultant obstetrician and gynaecological surgeon as well as the Vice-Chancellor
25 Apr
The Global Task Force on Cholera Control (GTFCC) has approved about 9million doses of oral cholera vaccine (OCV) for Nigeria to implement two campaigns in 14 LGAs in 9 states, including the Federal Capital Territory, to mitigate the risk of an upsurge of cholera cases during rain season. The World Health Organisation country representative in…
13 Apr
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), on Wednesday, expressed concern over cholera cases in states, with Cross River and Taraba leading.
9 Apr
Human Rights Watch on Saturday asked Cameroon to protect prisoners from a cholera outbreak, saying at least six inmates had died
25 Mar
Twenty-nine people have died from cholera in Cameroon in the space of a week, the health minister said on Friday.
17 Feb
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), has attributed states’ delay in acknowledging outbreaks of cholera as the leading cause of high fatality rate in 2021.

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