Friday, 1st December 2023


30 Jun
Pharmacists under the aegis of Industrial Pharmacists of Nigeria (NAIP) have advised Nigerians to brace up for scarcity of essential and non-essential/prescription drugs as prices soar by over 300 per cent.
19 Jun
The Disciplinary Tribunal of the Pharmacy Council of Nigeria (PCN) has suspended four pharmacists for unethical practices and misconduct.
24 Apr
The National Association of Hospital and Administrative Pharmacists of Nigeria (AHAPN) has expressed its displeasure at the Federal Government’s exclusion of pharmacists from the implementation of the recent increase in the pay of federal civil servants in the country, describing it as discriminatory and unacceptable.


7 mins ago
Meet Larry Alden Brown, Lon Bernard Brown, and Gene Carol Brown, the world's oldest living triplets (male), turning a remarkable 93 today. Originally from Kalvesta, Kansas, USA, born during the Great Depression, these brothers have quite a story to tell. Larry, the firstborn, recalls, "We were a late-in-life BIG surprise to our parents." Despite being…
9 mins ago
PAOK Thessaloniki FC defender William Troost-Ekong said on Thursday that he is willing to sacrifice anything to play at the 2023 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) in Cote d'Ivoire.
31 mins ago
More than 130 countries agreed to prioritise food and agriculture in their national climate plans at COP28 in Dubai on Friday, in a move hailed by observers despite fears over its silence on the role of fossil fuels. Food systems are estimated to be responsible for roughly a third of human-made greenhouse gases but are…
36 mins ago
In spite of the numerous challenges confronting institutions of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the President of the ECOWAS Commission, Dr. Omar Alieu Touray, said they have performed creditably well during the 2023 fiscal year.
1 hour ago
A Pakistani policeman was killed when militants attacked a polio vaccination team on Friday, police said, the latest casualty in the country's long campaign against the crippling disease. Pakistan and neighbouring Afghanistan are the only two countries where polio remains endemic and vaccination teams are frequently targeted by militants. The latest incident occurred in Malik…
1 hour ago
The Osun government has approved the payment of the 57-month diverted salaries of some of the judiciary staff in the state.
1 hour ago
More than 30 people were feared trapped Friday in a mine collapse in a Zambian region known for illegal open-cast digging for copper, a minister said. "May I just inform the nation that we have a tragedy brewing in Chingola," Home Affairs Minister Jack Mwiimbu told parliament. "We have more than 30 people under the…
1 hour ago
An Israeli government spokesman said Friday that the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas "will now take the mother of all thumpings" after a truce in the Gaza Strip expired and hostilities resumed. "Unfortunately, Hamas decided to terminate the pause by failing to release all the kidnapped women," government spokesman Eylon Levy told a briefing. "Having chosen…
1 hour ago
Adeyemi Idowu, professionally known as Yhemolee, has taken legal action against singer Lil Frosh, filing a N200 million defamation lawsuit. This move comes in response to recent public allegations made by Lil Frosh, who claimed Yhemolee slapped him for failing to greet him. Yhemolee, expressing his innocence, shared details of the lawsuit via his Instagram…
1 hour ago
Yango partner drivers to benefit from unlimited data packages ABIDJAN, Côte d’Ivoire, 1 December 2023 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/-  Yango has joined forces with MTN to improve the working conditions of its partner drivers. The international ride-hailing company has teamed up with MTN, a leading telecommunications company, to offer drivers free data packages for the Yango Pro app. This collaboration…