Nigeria Ran Out of Vaccines During the Cholera Outbreak, With 40 Deaths Reported

The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control reports that the nation lacks enough immunizations as the number of fatalities from the most recent cholera epidemic approaches 40. Even though the exact delivery date is still uncertain, Nigeria has placed an order with donor organizations for more cholera vaccines, according to Dr. Jide Idris, Director General of…

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Rice Producers Need Support From FG to Increase Yield

According to Chief Oludare Adekolu, National Chairman of the Association of Greenfield Rice Producers, Marketers, and Entrepreneurs, Nigeria can produce significantly more rice than what is now produced, provided that real producers receive sufficient assistance. The CEO of Igbemo Rice Processing Company Limited, Adekolu, stated that his organization, which has branches across Nigeria, connects rice…

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Cholera Outbreak: 37 People Have Died as Lagos Reports 401 Cases

Cholera is an infectious disease that usually spreads through contaminated food and water that contain the Vibrio cholerae bacteria. It causes severe dehydration and diarrhea. The current cholera outbreak, which has impacted 30 states, including Lagos and Ogun, has resulted in no fewer than 37 deaths. In a statement released on Thursday by the State…

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Protesters Call for El-Rufai’s Trail for Suspected N423 Billion Fraud

On Thursday, protesters descended upon the Kaduna State Government House, demanding that Governor Uba Sani extend an invitation to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and other pertinent law enforcement organizations to apprehend and prosecute Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, his predecessor, in light of the latter’s criminal indictment by the state House of Assembly. In a…

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137 Federal Institutions Signed Up for Student Loans – NELFUND

According to information on the NELFUND website on Monday, 137 universities nationwide have now partnered with the Nigerian Education Loan Fund. However, the data disclosed neither the identities of the participating institutions nor their status as state- or federal-controlled entities. It simply stated in its data insight section, that 137 collaborating with esteemed institutions.” In…

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FG Insists on N62,000 Salary Despite Objections from Labour

The Federal Government cannot allocate all of its resources to satisfy the N250,000 minimum wage demand, the Presidency stated on Sunday, citing the unsustainable nature of organized labor’s protest. Following an increase in proposals to N62,000 by the government and the Organized Private Sector, negotiations between the Federal Government and Organized Labour broke down on…

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