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Low-cost Drug Could Save Thousands Of Mothers’ Lives Across Developing World

Low-cost Drug Could Save Thousands Of Mothers’ Lives Across Developing World

A low-cost and widely available drug could save the lives of 1 in 3 mothers who would otherwise bleed to death after childbirth, according to a new study. Severe bleeding, known as postpartum hemorrhage, or PPH, is the leading cause of maternal death worldwide, killing more than 100,000 women every year. Even for mothers who […]

You Really Do Not Want To Sit Beside These Guys In Church

You Really Do Not Want To Sit Beside These Guys In Church

1. The Sneezer These aren’t the people who sneeze into the crook of their arm. I’m talking the sneeze-directly-into-my-hand-and-then-wipe-snot-all-over-their-palms people. The Sneezer takes many forms: A mom with allergies, an old man with a common cold, or a kid with nose so runny it’s nicknamed “Old Faithful.” The Safe Zone: While you’ll be safe from […]

Data Base To Shed Light On Women Qualifications

Data Base To Shed Light On Women Qualifications

Forging of academic credentials, according to elites, can be described as a lack of confidence and selfishness on the part of the perpetrator. Selfishness creeps in when the forger fails to fulfill their job description due to a low level of education. On the other hand, academic certificate faking is a source of employment when […]

The Debate On Early Marriages Over The Girl Child Kicks Off In Tanzania

The Debate On Early Marriages Over The Girl Child Kicks Off In Tanzania

 Lawmakers yesterday tasked the government to explain when it will specifically revise the heavily criticized Law of Marriage Act of 1976 in order to protect young girls from being married off at a tender age. MPs from the opposition and ruling parties sounded the ‘red’ signals here Tuesday when debating budget estimates for the Ministry […]

Ethiopian’s First Lady Educates Women On Family And Nation Stability

Ethiopian’s First Lady Educates Women On Family And Nation Stability

Ethiopia’s First Lady Romane Tesfaye has encouraged women to be at the heart of their families’ well-being by championing peace and reconciliation. Mrs Tesfaye said women give life (through birth) and so they are the very people who would be the first to understand the pain caused by conflicts, hence putting them in a strategic […]

Several Wounded As Police Disperse Anti-El-Zakzaky Protest In Kaduna

Several Wounded As Police Disperse Anti-El-Zakzaky Protest In Kaduna

The police, in Kaduna on Thursday, dispersed hundreds of anti-Zakzaky protesters at the Government House Kaduna, leading to several sustaining minor injuries while trying to run to safety. The youth, who filed out carrying banners and placards, were mistaken for Shi’ites, loyal to Sheikh Zakzaky and his proscribed group, Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN). Few […]

Kano Hosts 110 Female Health Graduates From 5 States

Kano Hosts 110 Female Health Graduates From 5 States

Kano state government has hosted the graduation ceremony of 110 female health workers who graduated from health training institutions in five northern states. The participants were sponsored for the studies through a programme called Women for Health (W4H) which was funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) as part of efforts to recruit qualitative […]

Former Minister Of Education,Prof. Babalola Borishade Exit The World

Former Minister Of Education,Prof. Babalola Borishade Exit The World

Prof Babalola Borishade, 71, former Nigerian minister of education is dead. He  died in London on Wednesday after a brief illness. He was initially rushed to Reddington Hospital in Lagos, last week from where he was taken to London. The cause of death was lung and heart –related. Borishade was born in Usi- Ekiti on March […]

Rant Of The Day – The Restaurant Etiquette

Rant Of The Day – The Restaurant Etiquette

Welcome to the rant Column It’s good to understand the basics of something before venturing into it. Mr and Mrs/Miss when you want to go eat in a restaurant, caution your talking. It’s important. You know, I saw someone, somewhere in a restaurant eating and talking, oh! That sight! The sight was irritating, the whole […]

Buhari Seeks National Assembly’s Approval For $6.4 Billion China, World Bank Loans

Buhari Seeks National Assembly’s Approval For $6.4 Billion China, World Bank Loans

President Muhammadu Buhari on Wednesday, again sought the approval of the National Assembly for the federal government to secure about $6.4 billion dollar loans from the World Bank and China to fund infrastructural objectives across the country and combat polio outbreak in the North-East. In a letter separately read by Senate President Bukola Saraki and […]

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