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How Nigerians can manage COVID-19 second wave –Dr Ugbaja

Dr. Joseph Ugbaja is the Acting Chief Medical Director (CMD) of the Nnamdi Azikiwe Teaching Hospital, Nnewi. In this interview with ECHEZONA OKAFOR, he speaks on how Nigerians can manage the second wave of COVID-19, and his priorities as Acting CMD       As the chairman, taskforce on COVID-19 in the teaching hospital, what […]

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60 per cent of Lagosians to get COVID-19 vaccines, says Sanwo-Olu

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, in this interview on a live television programme, speaks about how the state is handling the COVID-19 pandemic and arrangements to procure a a large batch of the vaccines from three manufacturers   There is this saying that if you can recover from COVID-19, then you can handle anything […]

Sunday Magazine

Drug haul: NDLEA seizes cocaine worth over N30bn at Lagos airport

Barely one week after the new Chairman/ Chief Executive of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, Gen. Mohammed Buba Marwa vowed to dismantle drug trafficking cartels across Nigeria, the agency has made huge seizures of cocaine and heroin, with street values worth over N30billion at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Ikeja, Lagos.   One […]

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450-year-old festival: Pete Edochie, Sen Anosike charge govt on tourism benefits

The popular Nigeria home video icon, Chief Pete Edochie, has called on the Anambra State government to uplift and internationalize those festivals of our people that lift up the people’s lives.   Such festivals, Chief Edochie said would, when fine-tuned, become a foreign exchange earner that would annually attract people from all parts of the […]

Sunday Magazine

Insecurity: Nigerians who may be losing sleep over ‘dual indigeneship’

A number of Nigerians may be losing their sleep due to their ‘dual indigeneship’in Nigeria, if the current spate of insecurity and drums of war continued unabated. Though they may be from one distinct tribe or the other, but inter – tribal marriages have interlocked them with one or two more tribes apart from the […]

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Alhaji Sheu Arikewuyo Al-Musodiq Dedji bags leadership award

The Founder Raodatullahi Faedot Tijaniyat, Al-Husseiniyat Society of Nigeria, Alhaji Sheu Arikewuyo Al-Musodiq Dedji, (Ridwanulahi Tahala Alehi) was recently honoured with a leadership award for his contribution to the country, especially to the Islamic society.   The awardee, who was celebrated at Amuwo- Odofin, Lagos, during the award presentation by Derehoboth Communications for his service […]

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My ascension,endorsed by kingmakers,Edo traditional ruler tells opposition

The traditional ruler of Egbema Clan,in Ovia South West Local Government Area of Edo State, HRH Henry Ekebilegha Binidodogha, the Ojuaga 1 of Egbema Clan has reiterated that his ascension to the traditional stool of Egbema Clan was endorsed by all the kingmakers His Royal Highness, Henry Ekebilegha Binidodogha,the Ojuaga 1 of Egbema Clan was […]

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INEC may test electronic voting in Anambra poll, says Okoye

Barrister Festus Okoye is the National Commissioner of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and Chairman of Voter Education and Information Committee. He speaks to ONYEKACHI EZE on the operations of the Commission and plans towards electoral reforms     The successful conduct of Edo and Ondo governorship elections has raised the stakes high for […]

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Aguleri- Umuleri dance of death

The Otuocha Market in Anambra East Local Government Area, cuts the picture of a recluse of itself when this reporter visited the area.   Also, the usual hustle and bustle of farmers in Fisher men and women who frequent the market to display their wares, were not as it used to be. No thanks to […]

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More Nigerians may die even after COVID-19 vaccination, experts warn

Medical doctors, including an immunologist and an allergist have warned that many more Nigerians may still die even after COVID-19 vaccination, saying that human body is a factory for production of antibodies which are the real vaccine that protects the human body. They insist that the Federal Government’s effort towards fighting the dreaded virus should […]

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