Nigerian Newspapers Today : Thursday 25th June 2020

Nigerian Newspapers Today : Thursday 25th June 2020

Here are some of the Nigerian Newspapers Today on Thursday 25th June 2020 .

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Mutual Benefit Assurance Grows Profit by 214% to N3.6 Billion

Goddy Egene Underwriting firm, Mutual Benefits Assurance Group Plc, has recorded an increase of 214 per cent in profit after tax (PAT) for the year ended December 31, 2019. Details of the audited results showed that gross premium written rose 18 per cent from N15.841 billion in 2018 to N18.697 billion in 2019. Gross premium …
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‘Since 1999, Nigerians Refer to State Legislatures as Rubber Stamp’

Kemi Olaitan holds a discussion with Hon. Abiodun Muhammed Fadeyi, Deputy Speaker, Oyo State House of Assembly on the N22.5 billion loan approved by the House for Governor Seyi Makinde, the activities of the House and the Executive Order signed by President Muhammadu Buhari on financial autonomy for state legislature and the judiciary  What are the activities …
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Building Strong Channels for Sustainable Growth

MARY NNAH writes that like most Nigerian brands, 9mobile is partnering dealers in various states to help get their products closer to customers As a famous saying goes, “If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” Drawing from this wise saying, it can be inferred that the …
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Investment in IYCF: Nigeria’s Untapped Smart Development Plan

Global experts have stressed that investment in infant and young child feeding does not only improve the health and nutrition of children, but aids human capital development. Martins Ifijeh writes on the need for Nigeria to take advantage of this to address gaps in human and economic development in the country During the 2019 International …
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4 in 5 Nigerian Employees at Risk of Mental Disorder, Study Shows

Martins Ifijeh A survey carried out by a technology firm, WellNewMe and the Dennis Ashley Medial Clinic (DAMC) have shown that four in five employees in Nigeria are at risk of mental health issues. The survey which was carried out among 6,800 employees aged between 20 to 60 years and spread across Nigeria looked at …
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Stakeholders Advocate ‘Newborn Screening’ for Sickle Cell Disorder in Nigeria

Sunday Ehigiator In commemoration of the annual World Sickle Cell Day, the coalition of Sickle Cell Disorder (SCD) nongovernmental organisations have tasked the legislative arm of government to implement the ‘Newborn Screening’ procedure policy in order to tackle the burden of the disease in Nigeria. They made this call recently through a jointly-signed statement by …
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Foundation, Nigerians in Diaspora Partner to Support Sickle Cell Patients

Martins Ifijeh The Brain and Body Foundation (BBF) and the Nigerians In Diaspora Organisation (NIDO), Washington, D.C. Chapter are collaborating to bring awareness and medical support persons living with sickle cell disease in Nigeria in celebration of this year’s World Sickle Cell Day. In a statement made available to THISDAY recently to mark this year’s …
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How Digital Will Enhance Women Entrepreneurs

An author and a member of the speaker’s faculty at the second edition of the 2020 Digital Rights series hosted by ITREALMS, Morenike Adebayo, has said that digital era offers women, especially in Nigeria like other developing countries, more opportunities. The second edition of Digital Rights webinar series was hosted in collaboration with DigitalSENSE Africa, …
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COAG Calls for Re-evaluation of National Sickle Cell Disease Control Programme

Rebecca Ejifoma A sickle cell advocacy group, the Cells of a Generation (COAG), has called on the federal government to re-evaluate the National Sickle Cell Disease Control Programme, one of the targets for African member countries of the World Health Organisation (WHO). In a letter sent to the Minister of Health, Dr. Ehanire Osagie, on …
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Boost Immunity against COVID-19, Foundation Tells Nigerians

Martins Ifijeh The Iyayi Efianayi Foundation has called on Nigerians to boost their immunities against COVID-19. In a statement signed by the foundation’s President, Dr. Caesar Osaheni-Iyayi recently, the nongovernmental organisation said strengthening immune system should also include exposure to sunlight. Osahen-Iyayi said: “We are already familiar with the treatment protocol of the Nigeria Centre …
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