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FG promises to implement acceptable population policy

FG promises to implement acceptable population policy

By Asma’u Ahmad The Federal Government has pledged to implement a pragmatic and acceptable National Population Policy (NPP) for sustainable national development goal. The Chairman of the Committee on Population Management at the National Population Commission (NPopC), Alhaji Yusuf Anka, ...

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FMC Azare doctors yet to join NMA strike

FMC Azare doctors yet to join NMA strike

By Asma’u Ahmad Medical doctors at the Federal Medical Centre (FMC) Azare, Bauchi State, on Wednesday, said they had yet to join the ongoing nationwide strike by the Nigeria Medical Association (NMA). The NMA chairman of the state chapter, Dr ...

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Cross River to rehabilitate 40 VVF patients

Cross River to rehabilitate 40 VVF patients

By Asma’u Ahmad The Cross River State Government on Tuesday said it was targeting no fewer than 40 patients to benefit from the state’s second phase of free Vesico Vaginal Fistula (VVF) repair and rehabilitation. The state’s Commissioner for Health, Dr Inyang ...

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Resident doctors commence nationwide strike

Resident doctors commence nationwide strike

By Haruna Gimba The National Association of Resident Doctors (NARD) have commenced a nationwide indefinite strike. The resident doctors across Nigeria have resolved to proceed on the strike after a meeting of its national leadership that ended in the early ...

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UCH resident doctors to join nationwide strike

UCH resident doctors to join nationwide strike

By Asma’u Ahmad The University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan chapter of the Association of Resident Doctors (ARD), said the resident doctors in the hospital would commence an indefinite strike on September 4. President of the association, Dr Olusegun Olaopa, told newsmen ...

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River blindness under control in Africa – WHO

River blindness under control in Africa – WHO

By Asma’u Ahmad The World Health Organisation (WHO) says it has recorded success in controlling river blindness in Africa after more than 40 years of sustained effort. WHO Regional Director for Africa, Dr Matshidiso Moeti, said this in a statement ...

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