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River blindness affects fertility —Prof. Jennifer Tyndall

Cholera is one of the diseases we are currently looking into. We have gone into the homes of the relatives of four people who died of cholera to find out the practices that caused such a high number of cases which is currently (September 23, 2019) 770 suspected cases in Adamawa, mainly Yola North, parts of Yola South and Girei and there was one case in Song but the person had travelled from Yola to Song so it was actually an imported case.

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Enugu

Why we’re enforcing restoration of Enugu’s original master plan ― Onoh

By Dennis Agbo The Executive Chairman of Enugu Capital Territory Development Authority, ECTDA, Dr Josef Onoh in this Interview responds to issues arising from the recent upheavals caused by his agency’s enforcement of Town Planning regulations in the Coal city capital. Why did the Enugu Capital Territory suddenly wake up to enforce town planning regulations?
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How DCP, 7 others died as Shi’ites protest turns bloody in Abuja

Clashes between the police and the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, IMN, (a.k.a Shi’ites)  yesterday,  assumed a dangerous dimension, claiming the lives of a Deputy Commissioner of Police, DCP, and no fewer than six members of the group. Three police officers are said to be in critical condition following a bloody clash between the Islamic sect and security forces, yesterday in Abuja, the nation’s capital.

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Igbobi

Why we amputate limbs at Igbobi — Dr Mustapha Alimi, Chief Medical Director

It is no longer news that road traffic accidents and disease conditions such as diabetes continue to increase the number of amputees in the country.   Statistics show that an estimated 1:6 percent per 100 (32,200) Nigerians suffer extremixity amputation. 

Saturday Vanguard   spoke to the Medical Director of the National Orthopaedic Hospital, Igbobi, Lagos, Dr. Mustapha Alimi on amputation and other issues affecting the country’s health sector.

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Delta not for Political Rookies – Timi

In an interview with Saturday Vanguard, Tonye Timi warned  Deltans not to vote for people who will want to use the state for political experiment, rolling out the achievements of Okowa, the unique selling point of the PDP governorship candidate, the popularity of PDP in Delta Central senatorial district, the imperative of power shift    and other issues.

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