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Four people quarantined due to Lassa Fever

The Yobe state Commissioner for Health, Dr Bello Kawuwa, disclosed that Four people are being quarantined for clinical analysis in Yobe over suspected case of Lassa fever. He told newsmen in Damaturu that seven people were initially held, but three had been discharged after clinical analysis. Although, results released earlier Continue Reading

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Kogi State’s first lady aids woman whose husband ran away after birth of their babies

Mrs Rashida Bello, wife of Kogi State Governor, Yahaya Bello is poised to empower Mrs Mikailu, who was abandoned by her husband after the birth of their triplets.? She had set up her Non-Governmental Organization, Kogi Women and Youth Advancement Foundation (KOWYAF) to provide interventionist measures towards assisting both needy, Continue Reading

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Hungry children in Delta State

Prince Gwamnish Harrison, an activist, philanthropist and CEO of Behind Bars Intervention, touching meeting with a group of malnourished children in Delta State who go to bed on empty stomachs. RRea below: “I don’t know what made him stop me. Little Sunday saw me this morning and said: ‘Uncle am hungry. Continue Reading

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Lassa fever back in town

Lassa fever has killed two patients at the Lagos State Teaching Hospital (LUTH). Chris Bode, chief medical director of the hospital, confirmed this on Tuesday, saying 100 workers were being monitored. The hospital said the patients died after spending a few days On admission. “Each of these two patients presented Continue Reading

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Remedies for softer hands

For today’s edition of Monday Manicure, we’re taking a break from nails and talking about hands generally. A beautiful manicure will always go very well with silky soft hands. Hands tend to become dry and rough when they are not taken care of. If you often times think your hands Continue Reading

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Aisha Buhari stands with breastfeeding mothers

Wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Muhammadu Buhari, has charged employers in Nigeria to create an enabling environment for breastfeeding mothers by providing day-care centers, breastfeeding rooms in work places and flexible working hours in order to encourage exclusive breastfeeding among working mothers. She said many working mothers want to Continue Reading

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