Time to end the lockdown in Nigeria
Governments across the country should end COVID-19 lockdown today, not tomorrow. Owing to the sudden halt in commercial activities, which has exacerbated the economic downturn in Nigeria, private organisations are laying off their workers.
Parents urged to maximise lockdown for special needs children
Parents and relatives of children living with special needs have been urged to make the most of the COVID-19 lockdown to provide all-round support to them.
The NPFL: Between us and our game
Recently, the League Management Company engaged club owners for solutions to stably steer the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), post COVID-19 lockdown, but it was greeted...
Experts warn of unplanned pregnancies as lockdown forces Bauchi women to shun family planning
Medical practitioners have raised the alarm that the COVID-19 lockdown in Bauchi State is preventing some women from accessing the public health facilities for family planning services...
Remote connections up 44 per cent during COVID-19 lockdown in Nigeria
As a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic, many organizations in Africa are finding themselves transitioning their workforce to work from home. IT departments are re-architecting their environments on the fly to allow for remote access.
Group urges government to create feeding centres
The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has advised the federal, state and local government authorities to create feeding centres urgently in order to cushion the effect of the extension of COVID-19 lockdown.
Edo University commences second semester lectures online
Determined to graduate its students within the stipulated school calendar timetable despite the Covid-19 lockdown, Edo University Iyamho...
Nigerian farmers lament increasing postharvest losses amidst lockdown
As a result of the COVID-19 lockdown and lack of access to markets, farmers are experiencing massive post-harvest losses of fruits, vegetables, fresh products, and other perishables, Smallholder Women Farmers Organisation (SWOFON), raises an alarm.