L-r: Managing Director Miral Pharm Ltd. Pharm Onyeka Onyeibor, President Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) Pharm. Ahmed Yakasai and president the Young Pharmacists Group (YPG)Hanson Ekomobong, at the media briefing on 2018 World Malaria Day/ unveiling of Ravimal Essay Series II.
Miral Pharm Ltd, a leading indigenous pharmaceutical company has further affirmed its commitment to malaria eradication in Nigeria with delightful announcement of the commencement of call for Ravimal Essay Series 2, an initiative at ending Malaria for Good.
There are a thousand and one event centres but not all are built with class, Allied Thrust And Systems Nigeria Limited in its unique way of raising the bar is poised to formally commission its state of the art event centre – ‘Funplex Event centre’ with one of the halls able to sit 2000 guests.
The traditional wedding of former Governor of Cross River state, Donald Duke’s daughter, Xerona to Derin Phillps aka DJ Caise, the son of Chief (Mrs.) Teju Phillips and grandson of international businessman, Chief Deinde Fernandez happened over the weekend.
Mrs Agnes Odogwu, a public health specialist in Anambra, says breast cancer is not a death warrant. Odogwu said on Friday in Obosi, Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra, that the disease is preventable and manageable.
Since the announcement of her Engagement last Thursday, blogger Linda Ikeji has been hiding her fingers. Obviously, Linda Ikeji who takes delight in daily uploads of her Designer attire and accessories on Instagram, is not ready to flaunt her ‘ring’ finger to the public.
Popular Nigerian blogger, Linda Ikeji is off the market as she got “hooked” by her former boyfriend, according to media reports.
Smartphone penetration is set to receive a big boost in Nigeria as Matrix, a foremost telecoms company, is on the verge of offering access to a suite of high-end smartphones for millions of Nigerians.
The Rotary Club of Gbagada South in partnership with BUA Group has rendered free Ear, Nose and Throat clinical screening to pupils of Araromi and Kinniun-Ifa Primary Schools in Lagos State. This initiative is part of BUA’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitment to improving the lives of people in communities where they operate.
Ericsson is a pioneer when it comes to using information and communication technology to address environmental and climate issues, as well as to boost socio-economic development and support disaster relief. It was one of first companies in the telecom sector to adopt sustainability reporting 25 years ago.
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