• Pakistan-Nigeria Cooperation At Highest Point – Foreign Minister

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    Pakistani foreign minister,Syed Tariq Fatemi has revealed that the ties between Pakistan and Nigeria had moved beyond commercial and economic gains to defence cooperation. Speaking with LEADERSHIP  in Islamabad, the capital city of Pakistan, Fatemi said that the recent purchase of 10 Pakistani – made Trainer Aircraft by the Nigerian government was an example of…

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  • 2016: Highs, Lows Of A Redefining Year

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    Although 2016, in less than twenty four hours from now, would have become history, it is one so many Nigerians would not forget in a hurry. As we step into the year 2017, a high percentage of the people will for a long time remember the consequential events that characterized the dying year. The year…

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  • Time To Mainstream Pneumonia Into National Health Planning

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    As the world commemorates world pneumonia day today,it is time for us to advocate for global action to protect against ,prevent and also effectively treat this deadly disease in children. According to global statistics,about 155 million children under 5 years are infected by pneumonia while 1.6million of these number die from this deadly, yet treatable…

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  • Hand Washing: A ‘Do It Yourself’ Vaccine

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    The word vaccine may be fast assuming additional meaning from the regular introduction of a substance into the body that gives it immunity against diseases. Hand washing may have assumed that new ‘Do It Yourself’ vaccine when on October 15, 2016, the world commemorated the Global Hand Washing Day. RALIAT AHMED-YUSUF writes on this inexpensive…

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  • PSN-PACFaH Seeks Increased Health Funding In 2017

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    The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria-Partnership for Advocacy in Child and Family Health (PSN-PACFaH), has called for increased allocation, especially in the capital expenditure component of the health sector in the 2017 budget. This is even as Nigeria is yet to meet the 15 per cent allocation of national budget to health. This was disclosed in…

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  • PMB’s Unique Family: Like Aisha, President’s Late Wife, Safinatu Had A Boy, 4 Girls

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    President Muhammadu Buhari’s biography entitled, “Muhammadu Buhari: The Challenges of leadership in Nigeria” authored by Professor John Paden has continued to generate interest as well as controversies across the country. Since its launch in Abuja penultimate Monday, the book has continued to attract comments almost on daily basis from Nigerians who are either faulting some…

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