WHO, doctors, others split over ‘coronavirus drugs’
The World Health Organisation (WHO), research institutes, medical doctors and pharmacists are divided over safety concerns emanating from the use of malaria drugs
Anambra records two COVID-19 deaths, 10 cases, Obiano assures of readiness
Anambra State has recorded two deaths at Ufuma and Onitsha and 10 confirmed cases arising from the COVID-19 pandemic, amid denial by the state government
Young writers celebrate Children’s Day with five new books
All is set for the online launch of five children’s books as part of activities in celebrating 2020 Children’s Day.
Wike eases lockdown, probes COVID-19 outbreak in Bonny
Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike yesterday announced that no part of Rivers State would be under any lockdown from today following the cancellation of the proposed lockdown
NECA canvasses sustainable policies for economic recovery
The Nigeria Employers Consultative Association (NECA) has urged fiscal and monetary authorities to develop more aggressive and decisive policies to sustain economic recovery
AU, AFRIMA mark Africa Day with solidarity concert for COVID-19 response fund
In commemoration of this year’s Africa Day, the Africa Union Commission (AUC) and the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) hosted a live virtual solidarity concert
'How best to harvest post-COVID-19 opportunities at seaports'
The coronavirus pandemic is not a threat to jobs in the maritime industry; rather, it holds opportunities for Nigeria to fully exploit the port potential
‘Why FG must rejig Nigeria-India economic relations’
The President, Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI), Kayode Adetokunbo, yesterday, stressed the needs for the Federal Government to tweak bilateral relations