US Has Contributed $495m to Combat Malaria in Nigeria – Symington

As the world marked World Malaria Day Wednesday, the United States Government said it has spent $495 million to combat malaria in Nigeria. This is coming as the World Health Organisation (WHO), has called for renewed political commitment to cover gaps in the implementation of measures to prevent malaria disease, which it said was stagnating domestic and international funding for malaria prevention and control. A statement issued wednesday by the United States Ambassador to Nigeria, William Stuart Symington, said the US Government has spent $495 million for malaria control since…

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Christian Chukwu: Otedola redeems $50,000 pledge for foreign treatment

Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, a delegation from the Nigerian Football Federation (NFF) led by its President, Amaju Pinnick and the representative of Femi Otedola, Founder of Zenon Petroleum and Gas Ltd, Philip Akinola, on Wednesday paid a get- well visit to former Green Eagles’ Captain and Coach of Super Eagles, Christian Chukwu at his Enugu residence. Gov. Ugwuanyi who expressed delight at Chukwu’s level of recovery, offered automatic employment to his first son, Emeka, an Engineer, to work in the Ministry of Works and Infrastructure in furtherance of…

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5000 Patients Require Heart Surgeries In Sokoto, Kebbi, Zamfara

No fewer than 5,000 per one million population require heart-related surgeries in Sokoto, Kebbi and Zamfara states, Acting Chief Medical Director of Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto, Dr Nasir Muhammed, has disclosed. He said this was discovered at the commencement of heart surgery by the Usmanu Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto in collaboration with VI University Teaching Hospiyal, Morocco. The collaboration is part of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that would further benefit other specialisations within the health system. Muhammed said the disease was a common problem all over…

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Shame! Zamfara has Only 23 functional doctors in charge of 24 state hospitals – Adewole

The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, has said that only 23 doctors are managing and attending to patients in 24 state hospitals in Zamfara state. Adewole made this known in Abuja, during the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Sokoto State Government and the Federal Government-owned Usman Danfodiyo University Teaching Hospital, Sokoto. He said: “I was in Zamfara. At the Federal Medical Centre in Zamfara, there are about 120 doctors but the state has less than 40 in the entire state, in fact they were 23 or…

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Woman Cries For Help After Husband Took ‘Overdose’ of M*nhood Enlargement Charm (Photo)

A woman complained that her husband was a two minute man in bed. The man who didn’t take it lightly enlarged his m*nhood with a charm to satisfy his partner. But now his m*nhood is said to be three times bigger than before and that doesn’t  work for his wife who had to cry out . The couple, from Mahwelereng in Mokopane, Limpopo, South Africa, has been married for 11 years. The wife said that  before the recent development the m*nhood had suffered er*ctile dysfunction. “His m*nhood wasn’t working very…

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5-Day-old Baby Dies Due To Lack Of Bed Space In Abuja General Hospitals

– A Twitter user has taken to the platform to reveal how a man lost his newborn baby in Abuja – According to the post, the baby developed some complications five days after it was born – The father revealed that although the baby was taken to the hospital, the child died due to lack of hospital bed to be admitted on The healthcare system in Nigeria continues to deteriorate at an alarming rate. Every year, millions of people and infants die due to avoidable circumstances and this story is…

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“I’ll drop agitation for Biafra if DNA test confirms Aso Rock occupant is Buhari”– Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

Nnamdi Kanu Tells Atiku what to do to prove case against Buhari. As the controversy over the indigenship of the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar rages on, the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has vowed to drop the agitation for Biafra restoration should the occupant of Aso Rock submit self to DNA test, and the result proves that he is “Buhari”. Kanu who threw the challenge during his latest live broadcast on Radio Biafra Sunday night, also advised Atiku to demand…

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Miracles Erupt as Pastor Chris Ministers to the Sick at First Healing Service

Blood dycrasias cleansed, cancers dematerialized, blind eyes opened at first healing service of 2019. The climacteric moments at the healing service were heralded by shouts of joy and victory, announcing the arrival of the man of God and President of Loveworld Inc., Rev. (Dr.) Chris Oyakhilome. The Word of God came alive as he began ministering to the sick. Miracles began happening everywhere; blood dyscrasias were cleansed, cancers dematerialized, blind eyes were opened, heart conditions and other debilitating ailments became a thing of the past! Many expressed the joy of…

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Lagos HIV-Gay Pastor Makes Shocking Confession, “why I sleeps with young boys”

A General Overseer of a Pentecostal church, Prince Chisodirim Ezuma and Founder of Jesus Intervention Household Ministry, has sensationally revealed that many clerics are gay.  Ezuma who, at the moment, is being held by the police for infecting a young man, Ikem Anthony Shedrack, 16, with HIV, through anal sex, (although he denies this), attributed his ordeal to a deliberate frame-up by his sin partner. He also revealed how another “man of God” introduced him to the act. “It is reported that there is sexual immorality among you, and of…

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Nigeria Suffers Severe Heatwave With No Relief In Sight – Health

Nigeria has been in the grip of an intense heatwave over the past few weeks, with meteorologist saying there is no relief in sight until the seasonal rains set in next month. The extreme heat has been in place since March, with the Nigerian Meteorological Agency (NiMet) saying last week that the heatwave has been affecting most parts of the country, including coastal areas, with temperatures well above 35 degrees Celsius. On Friday, the temperature touched 42.2C in Minna, 120km northwest of Abuja. Meanwhile, Kano, 345km north of the capital,…

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