Latest News in Nigeria Today Tuesday 13th August 2019
These are the Latest News in Nigeria Today from Guardian newspaper.
Scientists have announced a breakthrough in the search for the cure of the deadly Ebola disease.
Therefore it can no longer be called an incurable disease.
Continue reading Scientists record major breakthrough in Ebola treatment after trials of drugs in DRC at Vanguard News.
A COLLEGE of no fewer than 121 professors have deplored what they considered a parlous state of affairs in the country and urged the Federal Government to restore sanity as a matter of urgency.
Continue reading Academicians task FG on restoration of sanity at Vanguard News.
BENIN—Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State has said the decision to create the Ministry of Energy and Electricity from the Ministry of Energy and Water Resources was to enable the new ministry execute electricity projects in the state.
Continue reading Why I created Ministry of Energy and Electricity – Obaseki at Vanguard News.
Recently, Nigerians woke to the news that President Buhari had submitted his ministerial nominees list to the National Assembly.
Continue reading Low representation of women in the 2019 ministerial nominations at Vanguard News.
President of South-South Consultative Forum, SSCOF, Moses Mugidi, has said that Nigerians have the right to protest for and against any policy of the government peacefully as enshrined in the constitution.
Continue reading Xenophobic attacks: Shut down S-African investments in Nigeria, Group tells Buhari at Vanguard News.
YENAGOA—Governor Seriake Dickson of Bayelsa State has reiterated that religious tolerance was one of the key factors for peace and unity to flourish in the country.
Continue reading Eid el-Kabir: Pray for Nigeria, Dickson tells Muslims at Vanguard News.
Abuja, Aug. 12, 2019 (NAN) Dr Dauda Adekunle an Abuja based Obstetrician, has advised women who intend to go for breast implants that breast augmentation would not prevent their breast from sagging.
Adekunle gave the advice in interview with News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja.
According to him, women who believe breast augmentation will correct sagging breast should have a rethink, because they will also need a breast lift in addition to the breast augmentation.
Continue reading Breast implants will not prevent sagging – says Obstetrician at Vanguard News.
The number of Nigerian pilgrims that died while performing the 2019 Hajj in Saudi Arabia has risen to nine, the Chairman, Medical team of the National Commission of Nigeria ( NAHCON), Dr Ibrahim Kana, has announced.
Continue reading Hajji: Nigeria losses 9 pilgrims – Kana at Vanguard News.
THE Governor of Edo State, Mr Godwin Obaseki, recently disclosed that his administration is undertaking a holistic review of the basic education curriculum in the state. The governor was speaking on the occasion of the 2019 Children’s Day celebration at a Thanksgiving Mass at St Paul’s Catholic Church, Benin City. He stated that education is a veritable tool for building social relationships for the attainment of human progress and national development.
Continue reading Obaseki on the future of child education at Vanguard News.
ASABA—CONQUEROR of Sahara Desert, Dr. Newton Jibunoh, recently invited one of Nigeria’s scholarly minds, Chimamanda Adichie, to Asaba, Delta State, to plant a tree at the famous Nelson Mandela Gardens of 95 Trees, a world class resort in the state capital, to celebrate the late freedom fighter and former President of South Africa, Mr. Nelson Mandela.
Continue reading Jibunoh pulls Chimamanda Adichie to plant tree in Asaba at Vanguard News.
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