Nigeria to import doctors from Europe and the United States

The Minister for health, Osagie Ehanire said yesterday 27th October 2019 that Nigeria would employ the services of medical experts who will be brought into the country from Europe and America. The information came at a time when some stakeholders are expressing their deepest concern about the migration of health workers from the country as a result of the poor economic condition of the nation.

“Nigeria to import doctors from Europe and the United States”

Aisha Buhari makes case for monthly breast examination to fight against cancer

The Wife of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Mrs Aisha Buhari, today Thursday 24th October 2019, called on all Nigerian women and girls to cultivate the habit of going for monthly breast examination. She stated that the exercise would lead to early detection and save more lives from occasional deaths from breast cancer. Mrs Aisha Buhari made this call in a message she posted across her social media platforms on Thursday.

“Aisha Buhari makes case for monthly breast examination to fight against cancer”

President Buhari intends to punish all Sex-for-grades culprits

President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday 23rd October 2019, gave a strict warning to those who trade in sex for grades.  The president stated that anyone caught henceforth for committing the act or offence in any higher institution would be made to face the full weight of the law.

“President Buhari intends to punish all Sex-for-grades culprits”

Nigeria’s debt hits N25.7trn and rose by N3.3trn in one year

The Federal Republic of Nigeria’s total public debt just rose by N3.32trillion in one year to N25.7trillion as at the end of June 2019. This news was announced by the Debt Management Office on Tuesday 15th October 2019. The Federal Government owed about N20.42trillion as of the 30th of June 2019, while all the 36 states including the Federal Capital Territory had a total debt portfolio of N5.28trillion.

“Nigeria’s debt hits N25.7trn and rose by N3.3trn in one year”