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  • May 30, 2024

Sports:Mbappe is fit Ahead of Euros,Head coach clears concern

France head coach Didier Deschamps shrugged off any concerns from the French media over Kylian Mbappe’s fitness ahead of Euro 2024, and any distraction his captain’s expected move to Real Madrid …

Tinubu marks one year in office as Nigerians continue to bear brunt of the economy

One year on since Bola Tinubu became Nigeria’s President, many people feel that his promise of “renewed hope” remains largely unfulfilled. Tinubu assumed office with a big promise of new hope …

Yemen Houthi rebels claim to have downed US drone

Houthi rebels on Wednesday claimed to have downed a US MQ-9 Reaper drone with a surface-to-air missile in Yemen’s central Marib province. “The air defence force of the Yemeni Armed Forces, …

UK halts recruitment of health workers from Nigeria

The United Kingdom government has announced its decision to halt the recruitment of health workers from Nigeria, placing the country on the red list of nations not to be targeted for …

WHO urges Africa to ramp up implementation of roadmap to curb meningitis

The World Health Organization (WHO) has urged African countries to ramp up the implementation of a new roadmap, which was launched on Thursday, to curb outbreaks of bacterial meningitis on the …

Malawi to launch polio vaccination campaign

Malawi will launch on Sunday a nationwide campaign to vaccinate kids against Polio after a case was recorded in February. Africa was declared free of wild poliovirus in 2020. If over …

Malawi detects wild polio, Africa’s first case in five years

Health authorities in Malawi have declared an outbreak of wild polio virus type 1 in the country after a case was detected in a three-year-old girl young child in the capital …

Exposure to mercury in mining town damaging health of women in Cameroon

Sieves in hand, soaked for hours in water, in the hope of finding some gold nuggets. In this open-pit mine, the gesture has become commonplace for gold miners in the village …

Cholera Death Figure Rises to 75 in Katsina

The fatality figure for the cholera outbreak in Katsina State has risen from the sixty cases recorded earlier in the month to 75, as at August 8, according to the State …

Driving Barefooted,Lipstick Causes Infertility – Expert

The President of the Academy of Medicine Specialties of Nigeria, Professor Oladapo Ashiru, has said some day-to-day activities that people engage are capable of causing infertility. Ashiru, at the inauguration and …