Friday, 2nd December 2022
Breaking News:


20 Apr
There are mounting concerns among Lagos residents over looming deaths from carbon monoxide poisoning as a result of the burning of tyres on roads and streets.
19 Mar
China reported two Covid-19 deaths on Saturday, it's first in more than a year, underlining the threat posed by an Omicron outbreak that has triggered the country's highest case counts since the pandemic's outset.
6 Mar
Five years after President Muhammadu Buhari signed the law enforcing compulsory treatment of gunshot victims by doctors and hospitals, even without a police report,
13 Feb
Worried by the increase in cases of preterm babies, paediatricians have noted that while the average pregnancy lasts for approximately 37 to 42 weeks, every baby born before
8 Jan
Mexico's deaths from Covid-19 surpassed 300,000 on Friday, one of the world's highest tolls as the pandemic rebounds around the globe.
5 Dec 2021
Most air travellers rarely get to see or know what air traffic controllers do in the aviation sector, yet they play some of the most critical roles that guide aircraft movements on the ground
8 Oct 2021
WaterAid Nigeria has said that over 3,000 deaths recorded from the 2021 outbreak of cholera in the country could have been avoided, had the nation prioritised Water, Sanitation and Hygiene
23 Sep 2021
Recent studies have confirmed a rise in sudden and unexplained deaths in Nigeria. The researchers conclude that the deaths, which are poorly investigated, are due to cardiovascular diseases.
31 Jul 2021
Relatives and friends of victims of the ravaging cholera outbreak in the country have called on the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) and state governments to take urgent steps to contain the spread of the disease...
4 Jul 2021
When the President of the Association of Town Planning Consultants of Nigeria (ATOPCON), Niyi Odetoye, left home on June 17, 2021, no one had the premonition he was bidding his wife and children farewell.
24 Jun 2021
For the week covering June 14 to 21,2021, Africa posted a global record of 132,000 COVID-19 new cases and over 1900 deaths, representing increase of 39 and 38 per cents over the previous seven days.
18 Jun 2021
The World Health Organisation (WHO), yesterday, alerted that COVID-19 cases and deaths in Africa surged by over 44 per cent and 20 per cent respectively, in one week, as the continent’s third wave


6 mins ago
Germany forward Thomas Mueller said his country's second successive first-round exit from the World Cup was an "absolute catastrophe", which team-mate Kai Havertz likened to "watching a horror movie".
1 hour ago
The limits of Elon Musk's self-professed "free speech absolutism" were laid bare, critics said, when he banned rapper Kanye West from Twitter over his latest anti-Semitic outburst on Thursday.
1 hour ago
A US appeals court dealt former president Donald Trump a fresh blow Thursday, rejecting his effort to keep prosecutors from examining thousands of government documents he held in his Florida home after leaving office.
1 hour ago
Africa's leading payments technology company, Flutterwave has partnered Committee of e-Business Industry Heads (CeBIH) for the 2022 CeBIH conference.
1 hour ago
The political future of President Cyril Ramaphosa hung in the balance on Friday, as South Africans wondered whether he would cling to power or resign over accusations that he sought to cover up a burglary at his farm.