Due to attacks by Islamist group, Boko Haram in north-eastern Nigeria and neighbouring countries, more than one million children are reported to have been forced out of school, the United Nations Children Fund, UNICEF, has said.
In a statement made available to our correspondent, UNICEF’s [...]
Worried by the deploring state of healthcare delivery in the country, the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Group of Manufacturers Association of Nigeria, PMG-MAN, has decried low government patronage of manufacturing pharmaceutical products even as it appealed for debt payment of N2 billion.
Following the crisis bedevelling the Federal Medical Centre, FMC, Owerri, the Federal Ministry of Health has ordered the temporary lock down of the centre.
The temporary closure the government said it will allow it to restructure and proffer long term solution to the issue.
The eight newly licensed electricity generating companies, GENCOs, are expected to boost power generation with a combined capacity to generate 1,648.25 megawatts of electricity, the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission, NERC, has hinted.
According to the commission, the licences is a mixt [...]
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