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The biggest threats to Nigeria managing COVID-19: panic, politics and indecision

Cases of COVID-19 are rising in Nigeria. Although the federal government hasn’t announced a firm plan to lock down, individual states have started to take steps such as closing markets, schools and places of worship. Accompanying daily developments has been a rise in panic levels fuelled in many cases by misinformation. In this interview, Dr Doyin Odubanjo
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COVID-19: Moving samples from state to state is abnormal — Stakeholders

•Inadequate number of testing centres is hindrance to Nigeria’s response By Sola Ogundipe, Chioma Obinna & Gabriel Olawale On Wednesday, the Federal government confirmed a total of eight COVID-19 cases in Nigeria, but the unequal distribution of laboratory testing centres has come into sharp focus. Currently, there are five laboratories in the country with capacity
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Cancer-free society possible says Sanwo-Olu

2m people suffering from chronic kidney disease in Lagos ―  Dr Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu

By Gabriel Olawale Wife of the Lagos State Governor, Dr Ibijoke Sanwo-Olu Thursday in Lagos decried the increasing cases of Chronic Kidney Disease, CKD, among Nigerians. Speaking during the World Kidney Day commemoration organised by Kidney Foundation For Africa, Ibijoke said hospital-based findings have shown that about 13 per cent of Nigeria population is suffering
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Olaosebikan harps on technology, financing for improved healthcare

By Gabriel Olawale The Former Commissioner for Health in Kwara State and Founder, Healthcare Magazine, Dr. Bola Olaosebikan has urged government at all levels to embrace innovation, technology and sustainable financing to improve healthcare delivery and accessibility. Speaking during the 34th Anniversary of Healthcare Magazine, Olaosebikan said that healthcare system now required more innovation in
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