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Nigeria launches registration portal for COVID-19 vaccination

THE National Primary Health Care Development Agency (NPHCDA) has launched a registration portal in preparation for the receipt of 3.92 million doses of AstraZeneca...

South-east governors order compulsory COVID-19 tests for teachers

SOUTH-eastern governors have ordered a compulsory COVID-19 test for all teachers in the country especially those in the eastern region of the country. Addressing newsmen...

Over 10,000 health workers in Africa infected with COVID-19

THE World Health Organization (WHO) has disclosed that more than 10,000 health workers in 40 countries have been infected with COVID-19 so far, indicating...

Lagos seals-off lab for conducting COVID-19 tests without approval

THE LAGOS State Government on Saturday sealed-off  a private laboratory located on Banana Island, Ikoyi for carrying out COVID-19 tests without the required government...

We have Madagascar herb plant, not much progress made on it- Minister

OSAGIE Ehanire, Nigeria's Minister of Health says the plant from which Madagascar herb, called COVID-Organics, touted as cure to coronavirus disease is grown in...

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Emmanuel signs Akwa Ibom’s anti-open grazing bill into law

AKWA Ibom State Governor Udom Emmanuel, on Wednesday, signed the state’s anti-open grazing bill into law. The bill was signed...

Analysts want govt assets in equity market as CBN eyes international financial centre

FINANCIAL experts have urged the Central Bank to work towards enlisting the government’s corporate assets into the equity market...

Naira weakens to N562/$ in parallel market amid drop in inflation

NIGERIA'S naira is sinking against the dollar in the parallel market, closing at N562/$ on Wednesday against N557/$ at...

Akwa Ibom House of Assembly passes anti-open grazing bill

A bill prohibiting open grazing in Akwa Ibom State has been passed by the state house of assembly. The bill...

Funding infrastructure with external loans blamed for problems in Nigeria’s education, health sectors

AN economist has blamed the Nigerian government's reliance on external loans to fund infrastructural projects for problems in the...
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