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24 Oct
The Nigeria National Polio Plus Committee (NNPPC) has advised Nigerian parents to continue to get their children immunised against polio despite the fact that the country was certified polio-free by the WHO in 2020.
30 Aug 2020
President Muhammadu Buhari has promised to continue strengthening the primary healthcare system and the inbuilt routine immunization strategy, using various data and technology driven tools.
9 Mar 2019
Motivated by the need to provide access to safe drinking water, which is very critical to human health,┬áRotary Club of Lekki Phase 1, District 9110, recently commissioned its water project for Ebute Elefun Secondary School, Sura, Lagos Island. The project, officially commissioned by the District Governor, Kola Sodipo,┬áin the school premises with the support of…
22 Jan 2018
Rotary International District 9110 has unveiled the Managing Director of Shuga Entertainment and lead singer of the award-winning Shuga band, Akinloye Tofowomo...

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Four Tunisians, including a young girl, died and seven others are missing after a boat carrying migrants sank off the country's central city of Sfax, the authorities said Friday.
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Defending champion Naomi Osaka was stunned Friday by unseeded Amanda Anisimova in the Australian Open, the American setting up a fourth-round clash with world number one Ashleigh Barty.
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The Nigeria Football Federation is considering the possibility of appointing Augustine Eguavoen the permanent coach of the Super Eagles. Former Nigeria international Eguavoen was named to the post last month in an interim capacity after the NFF sacked former coach Gernot Rohr. The NFF later appointed Portuguese Jose Peseiro as the new head coach of…
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Italian seventh seed Matteo Berrettini fought off exciting Spanish youngster Carlos Alcaraz and the effects of a heavy tumble to win a fifth-set tiebreaker and advance to the fourth round of the Australian Open on Friday.
1 hour ago
Over 18,000 cases of COVID-19 have been recorded from inbound travellers to Nigeria as of 16th January 2022. Director-General of the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Dr Ifedayo Adetifa who disclosed this yesterday in a statement entitled, "Update in the use of Nigerian International Travel Portal" explained that the decision to make repeat tests…