One of the things that you learn in life is you do not put a crisis to waste, as tough as it is, the crisis could be a time to define yourself.
Today, women are making an indelible mark on the world from politics to finance, sports, and healthcare, and we are in no shortage of such trailblazers in Nigeria.
The Democratic Republic of Congo on Monday announced the end of a nearly three-month outbreak of Ebola that claimed six lives out of 12 known cases.
The global death toll from Covid-19 passed three million on Saturday, with the pandemic already having killed more people than most other viral epidemics of the 20th and 21st centuries.
The new Ebola outbreak in the West African nation of Guinea is directly related to the region’s devastating epidemic between 2014 and 2016.
The Democratic Republic of Congo, where the deadly Ebola virus first emerged in 1976, has begun a countdown to the official end of its latest outbreak, this time in the east of the country, health authorities said Tuesday.
The Federal Government, yesterday, declared it would not purchase COVID-19 vaccines from private importers or uncertified vaccines from the black market...
Four people have died from Ebola during a new outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where people are resisting measures to contain the disease, officials said Sunday.
The Nigerian Institute of Medical Research (NIMR), has urged the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC), to urgently come up with strategies that would prevent importation of Ebola into Nigeria.
The Presidential Task Force (PTF) on coronavirus (COVID-19) has said the deaths of 24 COVID-19 patients in a day should be a wake-up call to Nigerians that the deadly virus is still around.
Health workers in eastern DR Congo have begun an Ebola vaccination drive after four cases, two of them fatal, surfaced just three months after the country's last outbreak of the disease, the UN said.