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Esther Ilesanmi

Esther Ilesanmi is an Online Media Personnel with The International Centre for Investigative Reporting.

Nigerians condemn sale of free anti-malaria drugs at PHCs

NIGERIANS and health experts have lamented widespread extortion of citizens through the sale of free anti-malaria drugs to patients at primary health centers (PHCs)...

NIN to replace passport, driver’s license for CAC business registration

THE National Identification Number (NIN) will soon replace the current forms of identification required for applicants for business and company registration, according to the...

ICIR trains journalists on Health Reporting

THE International Centre for Investigative Reporting (ICIR) has concluded a three days training for selected journalists on Health Reporting. Journalists from 12 focal states were...
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