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22 Jul
It is trite, but true to restate that Nigeria’s major problem is leadership! Despite her abundance of natural and human endowments, the country perhaps simply lacks quality leadership
3 Jun
National Biosafety Management Agency (NBMA) has charged Nigerians with proactive measures to check the spread of Monkeypox in the country.
22 Jan
A number of diseases peak during the dry season – usually between October and May– because the season comes with high temperatures and low humidity
11 Jun 2020
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19), a respiratory infection which according to the World Health Organisation (WHO), causes fever, tiredness
11 Jun 2020
Encephalitis is a rare condition that is most often caused by viruses (viral encephalitis). It can also be caused by non-infectious diseases, such as systemic lupus erythematous
18 May 2020
British health officials added loss of taste and smell to their coronavirus symptoms list on Monday after experts warned...
6 May 2020
Accordingly, we can begin a review of the Lockdown to in the short term: relieve the populace of the pressure associated with the inability to engage in economic, social
31 Mar 2020
A Nigerian is typically a sceptical being, particularly, when his assistance is required to save him from himself. The masses of our people are usually uncooperative at critical times
27 Mar 2020
While we wonder whether or not the world is coming to an end, we might as well do so with some good music playing on our stereo. It appears Nigerian singer, Iyanya feels the same way as he just blessed his fans with the release of a new song titled "Fever". He made the announcement…
13 Nov 2019
Latest figures published yesterday by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) indicate that Lassa fever and cholera persist in some states of the country. The Situation Report confirmed 15 cases of Lassa fever in Ondo and Edo states, with two deaths in Edo within the last two weeks.
29 Oct 2019
Malaria is one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases: a small mosquito bite delivers numerous malaria parasites into the bloodstream. The human body defends itself valiantly against the parasite, which usually results in periodic flu-like symptoms and severe fever.
7 Jun 2019
Every day, enthused fans of musicians find joy in comparing their favourite artists. As kids, huddled in corners of the playground and walking down the street, we always engaged in battles about ‘who repped a better creator’. We fought over the art, breaking down the lyrics, the sound and the feeling that rappers and singers,…

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Clean beauty has become even more popular today. Not only for its skincare benefits but also it’s tremendous contributions to the planet.  At the core of this beauty regimen, clean beauty focuses on returning to the basics, prioritising natural ingredients; active plant-based ingredients over chemical ones to improve your skin’s appearance and health.  When we…
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The leader of Enugu State House of Assembly, Dr Ikechukwu Ezeugwu, has urged persons in the corporate world to enroll and participate actively in partisan politics in Nigeria and Africa as a whole. In that way, Ezeugwu said, they would have elastic opportunities of reaching out to so many more needy persons in the society…
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The Nasarawa State House of Assembly has summoned two commissioners and a state Accountant General to account for some state finances, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
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The National Assembly says the Data Protection Bill will be passed into law within 30 days of receiving it from the Federal Executive Council (FEC).
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The much-anticipated crime-action blockbuster, Brotherhood, a movie based on two brothers (twin) being on opposite sides of the law – the police force and a notorious gang of robbers