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  • Medical supplies for Nigerian Navy hospitals

    BY PHILIP NWOSU Medical equipment worth 500 million naira was at the recently provided to the Nigerian Navy, by a United States based non-governmental organization(NGO), Medshare International. The equipment include 24 Hill rom Advanta, 26 stryker S2 hospital beds with mattresses, four 40ft containers containing 4,000 boxes of medical supplies, syringes, stethoscope, drug delivery kits,…

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  • Commonly abused over-the-counter medicines

    By Azoma Chikwe Abuse of over-the-counter (OTC) medicines is most common among teens. They know they might find a cheap “high” right in their families’ medicine cabinets, often without being caught. Young adults have also abused OTC medicines, particularly in combination with other medicines, alcohol, and illegal drugs, which increases the risks. Most drugs of…

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  • World Cup 2026: UEFA wants 16 places for European teams

    European football’s governing body UEFA will ask for its teams to be given 16 places at the expanded 48-team 2026 World Cup. UEFA will also request that the European teams who do qualify are kept apart in the first stage. The new-look tournament will begin with an initial round of 16 three-team groups, with 32…

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  • Arik Air management to challenge takeover

    The management of Arik Air on Thursday, February 9, said it would challenge the taking over of the airline by the Assets Management Company of Nigeria (AMCON) in court. Capt. Ado Sanusi, Senior Vice President, Arik Air made, the disclosure at a joint news briefing with the newly appointed receiver Manager, Mr. Oluseye Opasanya and…

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  • Minister says no substitute for town hall meetings

    Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, on Thursday, February 9, said the quarterly town hall meetings held across the country by the Federal Government would be sustained. Mohammed told newsmen in Abuja that the meeting was aimed at letting government know how the people felt about its activities, adding that there was no…

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  • BREAKING: President Buhari receives APC leaders in London

    It was a busy Thursday for President Muhammadu Buari even while on vacation in the United Kingdom as he received leaders of his All Progressives Congress (APC) in London. National leader of APC, Bola Tinubu was pictured in company of Chief Bisi Akande discussing with the president at his London abode. This goes to dispel…

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  • Account Freezing: EFCC acting FG’s script , says Ozekhome

    From: WOLE BALOGUN, Ado Ekiti Human rights activist and constitutional lawyer, Chief Mike Ozekhome says for freezing of his accounts, the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is acting out the script written for it by the Federal Government, while alleging that the anti-graft agency was turning out to be an instrument for political oppression…

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  •  Buhari called me, worried over food security in Nigeria – Dogara

    Again, President Muhammadu Buhari has called Nigeria to speak with country’s number four citizen, the Speaker of the House of Representatives Yakubu Dogara. Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, has claimed that he received a call from President Muhammadu Buhari from the United Kingdom where he is enjoying his vacation. Dogara says President…

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  • BUTH performs 100 open-heart surgeries in one year

    From: Job Osazuwa Authorities of Babcock University Teaching Hospital (BUTH), Ilishan-Remo, Ogun State, said it has within the last one year performed more than 100 open-heart surgeries. Vice Chancellor/President of the institution, Prof. Ademola Tayo, said Babcock University was the only teaching hospital in Nigeria that has the apparatuses to continually sustain open-heart surgeries. He…

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  • We didn’t increase tariff – Enugu Electricity

    From: Geoffrey Anyanwu, Awka The management of Enugu Electricity Distribution Company (EEDC) has debunked allegations by its customers that the company increased electricity tariff. Three days ago, a group of residents of Onitsha embarked on a protest against the company claiming that it increased the electricity tariff astronomically, just as they demanded that Pre-Paid Meters…

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