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Ifeoma Okoye

3 Apr
The book titled, The Trial and Other Stories, written by Ifeoma Okoye. It contains nine stories that deal about widowhood in Igbo land. Much of the settings are in Enugu, Enugu State, where the author is based.
28 Oct 2021
Medical experts have recommended conventional and natural remedies to prevent, ameliorate and treat painful periods. Senior Lecturer/Honorary Consultant at College of Medicine at the University of Nigeria
11 Oct 2021
Prof. Ifeoma Okoye is a medical doctor. She is a Fellow of the West African College of Surgeons), Fellow of the Nigerian Medical College of Radiology, Professor of Radiology at the College of Medicine, University...
6 Feb 2021
Predictably, the situation is getting worse. In the past years, the government showed some commitment in making more cancer screening and treatment facilities available.
1 Aug 2019
To stop the deaths of 70,327 lives lost yearly to cancer, Nigeria needs over N19.46 billion yearly for prevention, diagnosis and treatment...
2 Apr 2019
Nigerian Bottling Company Limited has restated its commitment to intensifying efforts at ensuring safe water management practices as part of its contribution to the Sustainable Development Goal, which highlights the needs to make water accessible for all by 2030. The company said this at the 2019 World Water Day as it simultaneously held activities in…
8 Nov 2018
Ifeoma Okoye’s Go for gold with your writing, with ‘A practical self-guide to writing gold-winning sentences’ as sub-theme, is a detailed and self-explanatory
1 Nov 2018
Ifeoma Okoye’s Go for gold with your writing, with ‘A practical self-guide to writing gold-winning sentences’ as sub-theme, is a detailed and self-explanatory textbook on how to master English and write effortlessly in it. The book caters for all categories of writing, ranging from essay, reports, theses, course term papers, reviews, articles, editorials, academic papers, business letters,…
22 Apr 2018
International migration first emerged as a major public health concern in the 1940s when many European professionals emigrated to the U.K. and U.S.A.  In the 1970s, the World Health Organisation (WHO) published a detailed 40-country study on the magnitude and flow of the health professionals.  According to this report, close to 90 per cent of…
4 Mar 2018
The audience clapped intermittently while being entertained by the octogenarian guest writer who read from her 2013 novel The Fourth World with great precision.
28 Feb 2018
Enugu-based Mrs. Ifeoma Okoye, author of The Fourth World, a novel that depicts extreme poverty, the sort inflicted on a hapless citizenry by insensitive governments that cripple youthful aspirations, will read to university students today, February 28, 2018. Venue is the third floor, Faculty of Arts Boardroom, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos. Time is 11am.…
7 Oct 2017
BWS started in 2008, with focus on breast cancer, because breast cancer is the most common cancer in Nigeria, accounting for one out of four cancers, with 70 per cent mortality rate. 


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