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|Fighting Ebola Scourge: ECOWAS To Assist Member Countries
MINISTERS of Health in ECOWAS have decided to mobilize and deploy resources to assist Ebola virus affected countries. This promise, flowed from their meeting in Accra Ghana, according to a statement signed by ECOWAS
DR. Muhammad Shehu, a Consultant Cardiologist, has called on governments at all levels to provide Defibrillators in public places to ease the problems of stroke management.
THERE was an early morning inferno at the sub-station of the Benin Electricity Distribution Company (BEDC) along Siluko Road Ogida Quarters yeserday as the transformer servicing the area was completely burnt down.
THE Economic Community of West African State (ECOWAS) has described as pathetic the situation of irregular migration of youths from the subregion to Europe through the desert.
As this month’s environmental sanitation exercise held across the state yesterday, a call has gone to inhabitants Ovia North-East Local Government Area to maintain proper hygienic condition at all time.
THE African Development Bank (AfDB) has said that more than 57 per cent of the people in West Africa were without access to electricity.
CHRIST Embassy TV Road, will hold a special Church Service today at its main auditorium, Benin City beginning at 8.00 am. Tagged: “Cashless Service”, the special church service according to the presiding Pastor
THE Radio, Television and Theater Arts Workers Union (RATTAWU) has appealed to the Federal Government to revisit the Media Salary Structure as a mark
THE Vanguard for Better Living, an Ekiti-based Non Governmental Organisation (NGO), has commenced sensitisation of residents, especially rural people
AKWA Ibom government has said it had acquired 14, 900 hectares of land for the take-off of Ibaka Deep Seaport in Mbo Local Government Area of the state.
A pharmacist, Mr Gbenga Olubowale, yesterday advised members of the public to observe the laid out safety measures to contain the spread of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in Nigeria.
Following the Ebola virus scare and the reported cases of death in parts of the country as a result, bush meat sellers at the popular joints at Agbede and Egono in Etsako West local government area have closed shops for lack of patronage.
THREE salesmen, who allegedly stole N5.4 million from their employers, were on Friday brought before an Igbosere Magistrates’ Court in Lagos.
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ON a busy morning, it is understandable that breakfast will fall low on the least of your priorities. If you take a few minutes to eat something
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