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NASU cautions against arbitrary implementation of Oronsaye’s report by government
The Federal Government must comply with all relevant laws and policies guiding the establishment of agencies and parastatals that might be scrapped as recommended by Steve Oronsaye’s report
47 health workers infected with coronavirus in Kano
The Kano State Government has confirmed that some 47 medical workers tested positive to the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease in the state.
Russia's confirmed coronavirus cases top 200,000
The number of people confirmed to have the coronavirus in Russia has exceeded 200,000, data posted on an official website set up by health authorities showed on Sunday.
Senate dares critics, considers health bill
The Senate yesterday began work on the controversial Health Emergency Bill despite the intense criticisms that trailed its introduction in the House of Representatives last week.
COVID-19 response: Medium and long term recommendations - Part 3
Accordingly, we can begin a review of the Lockdown to in the short term: relieve the populace of the pressure associated with the inability to engage in economic, social
Lagos records 2 more COVID-19 related deaths
The Lagos State Ministry of Health, on Monday, announced two more COVID-19 related deaths, as the number of confirmed cases in the state increased to 1,123.
Why COVID-19 must not be allowed to take root in Africa: A reflection piece
The entry of COVID-19 into the already crowded space of poor health indices on the African continent is a cause for concern for all meaning Africans and friends of Africa.
Kaduna Government to pay daily allowance to COVID-19 frontline health workers
The Kaduna State Government says it has concluded plans to offer a daily allowance to health workers in the frontline of containing the novel Coronavirus in the state.
Dozens of journalists die from coronavirus since March 1
Dozens of journalists have died worldwide from the novel coronavirus in the past two months, a press freedom organisation said Friday, lamenting that media workers often lack proper protection
Hazard allowance cannot be tied to salary level, seniority, says JOHESU
Health workers excluding medical doctors under the aegis of the Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) has urged the Federal Government not to tie the payment of hazard allowance to salary and seniority.
Keniebi Okoko, go in peace
Keniebi- literal translation - one more is good enough. Yours was a life of impact. You gave. And then gave some more. And then gave yet some more. Koks, I must warn you, there is no coherent way to write this article,
Confusion over FG’s rice palliative for South West
Whether the bags of rice the Federal Government donated to states in the South West are fit for human consumption, partially fit, or totally unfit depends on who takes the question...