Wednesday, September 19, 2018
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Strike: FG cautions JOHESU members

FAVOUR SHUAIB, Abuja

The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has denied rumour of suspected outbreak of the dreaded monkey pox, in Abuja.However, the Administration revealed that seven suspected cases have been recorded in four FCT Hospitals with samples of six victims taken and sent to Senegal for test and confirmation.

BREAKING: Monkeypox extended to Akwa Ibom State

.Dickson charges residents not to panic
CHINEDU WOSU, Yenagoa
Following the outbreak of a deadly viral epidemic disease known as Monkey Pox in Bayelsa Communities three more person has been affected with the disease making the total numbers 13 persons.This is as Governor Seriake Dickson led administration has charge on residents of the state not to panic as government is in top gear curbing the disease.

Hussaini, cancer researcher, to grace Pharmacy Academy’s investiture

UGO AMADI
The Nigeria Academy of Pharmacy will on September 28 induct six professionals into its esteemed ranks.
According to Professor Fola Tayo, Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of the Governing Council of Caleb University, who also doubles as General Secretary of the Academy, the event will also be headlined by a keynote presentation by Professor Isa Marte Hussaini.

BBetty Akeredolu Inaugurates BRECAN Lagos chapter, seeks joint support for breast cancer victims

Betty Akeredolu Inaugurates BRECAN Lagos chapter, seeks Joint Support for Breast cancer Victims.The wife of the Ondo State Governor, Mrs. Betty Anyanwu-Akeredolu yesterday Wednesday charged government, stakeholders and the society at large on the need to provide the needed support system to save more breast cancer patient across the country.

Why men must stop sucking their wives’ breasts – Commissioner

Lagos State Commissioner for Information, Steve Ayorinde, ​has advised fathers ​to allow their babies ​enjoy the period of breastfeeding.He said this in a message to ​a Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign organised by ​the Lagos ​c​hapter of the Nigeria Association of Women Journalists (NAWOJ)​/​.

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