Ejelonu’s fiance certified Ebola free, discharged Dennis, the widow of the late Justina  Ejelonu,   the nurse who attended to the index (first) Patrick Sawyer at the First Consultants  Medical Centre, Lagos, and later died of the Ebola Virus Disease contracted  during the encounter, has been discharged from the Ebola control and treatment centre in Lagos.The Lagos...... read more
Abia @23 (Article) God's Own State on the 23rd Step The 27th of August every year has become an annual ritual, celebrated with fanfare of multiple hues. There is no doubt that Abia will triumph. A collocation of factors, most of them propitious are pointers that could be interpreted as good omen. If we...... read more
Group demands apology from Liberian government A Nigerian progressive pressure group, Nigerian Unity Movement (NUM) has reacted to the issue of Ebola virus in Nigeria, demanding explanations and apology from Liberian government. The group in a statement it released recently viewed with suspicion the fact that the Liberian/American citizen was allowed to fly into Nigeria, in spite...... read more
NLC sensitises on Ebola The National Vice President of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), Comrade Issa Aremu, in a one day sensitization workshop, organised for the National Union of Textile Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria (NUTGTWN), on prevention of Ebola in work places, held at the Textile Labour House, in Lagos, yesterday explained that...... read more
ICAN drills members on IFRS The president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), Chidi Ajaegbu, says the institute believes in capacity building of its members, as well as none members as drivers of positive change. Ajaegbu made the statement while speaking at a training programme organised by Education and Training Department of the...... read more
Nigeria commemorates first Humanitarian Day Nigeria has been credited as the first country to have started the commemoration of the World Humanitarian Day, particularly in the West-African sub-region, which was held at the Presidential Villa few days ago. World Humanitarian Day is a day dedicated to recognise humanitarian personnel and those who have lost their lives...... read more
Lagos Island: shoot-at-sight order brings peace. Over three months after a shoot-at-sight order was given by the Police on Lagos Island, residents of the area have commended the initiative, saying it has greatly reduced crime-related incidences and violence in the area. A resident Alhaji Mufutau Akanni, alias Baba Oja, described the order on the island as one...... read more
Spark forces Judge to adjourn case Spark forces Judge to adjourn case   By Eberechi Obinagwam   A Federal High Court in Lagos on Tuesday abruptly adjourned a criminal charge filed against 20 suspected pipeline vandals who were accused of killing nine policemen in Arepo, a suburb town between Lagos and Ogun States. The suspects, including a...... read more
How Ebola patients survived Following the recovery and discharge of the first Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) patient from the isolation centre at the Mainland Hospital in Lagos, facts have emerged as to how the patients are recovering.Meanwhile, more patients undergoing medical treatment at the centre may be discharged this week, investigations revealed.Experts, who commented on...... read more
Exclusive Breastfeeding: A must Practice Exclusive Breastfeeding: A must Practice   Breastfeeding is an unequalled way of providing ideal food for healthy growth and development of infants. Breast milk is the first natural food for babies as it contains all the energy and nutrients the infants need.   This is why Nigeria last week, between 1st...... read more
EBOLA: FG confirms 10cases of Ebola as 177 remain under surveillance EBOLA: FG confirms 10cases of Ebola as 177 remain under surveillance   According to the Minister of Health, Professor Onyebuchi Chukwu on Monday in Abuja, Nigeria now has 10 confirmed cases of Ebola virus disease( EVD) with 177 persons under surveillance.   He made the disclosure while updating newsmen on the...... read more
US writer calls American govt. to support Biafra A popular United States of America (USA) writer, Terry Paulson, has called on his country’s government to support the people of Kurdistan and Biafra in their quest for independence. Paulson in an article he wrote in his Ventrua County Star and townhall.com column, under the title: “Supporting a “Christian Spring” in...... read more
Human right group drags Nigeria doctors to court A human right group, Legal Defence and Assistance Project (LEDAP) has taken Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) to the Nigerian Industrial Court in Abuja, the country’s capital. LEDAP is asking the court for the interpretation of section 6(6) of the Trade Union (Amendment) Act 2005. In its’ summons, the advocacy group is...... read more
NCC organises for Value Added Service Nigerian Telecommunication Commission (NCC) was recently in an outing in Lagos with Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) to discuss and find ways to better Value Added Services (VAS) for Nigerians. Before the meeting, which was held at Oriental Hotel in Lekki, on Thursday, August 7, Nigerians have complained of unfair and unethical...... read more
LANDLADY'S CHILDREN CUT OFF TENANT'S MANHOOD A 35-year-old man, Yinka Offehin, is battling for his life at a private hospital in Lagos State after his scrotum was cut by the children of his landlady. The Edo State indigene, who resides on Popoola Street, off Abaranje Road in the Ikotun area of Lagos, was said to have been...... read more
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