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Official: Bauchi contains cholera outbreak

The Bauchi State Government says it has successfully contained Cholera outbreak in parts of the state.

JOHESU strike: ATBUTH to engage temporary workers

The Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University Teaching Hospital (ATBUTH), Bauchi, says it will recruit “locum’’ (temporary) workers to augment the effect of the JOHESU strike in compliance with Federal Government directive.

Cholera kills Bauchi college student, three hospitalised

There was panic at the College of Education, Kangere, Bauchi State, on Wednesday, following an outbreak of cholera which killed one student.

Six family members killed in Bauchi auto crash

Six family members have been reported dead in a car accident in Bauchi.

NARD strike: Bauchi teaching hospital provides skeletal services

The Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee, Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Teaching Hospital (ATBUTH), Bauchi, Dr Saidu Mukaddas, says the hospital is providing skeletal services to bridge the gaps created by striking resident doctors.

FCT, Bauchi yet to join doctors’ strike

The FCT and Bauchi state chapters of the Nigerian Medical Association (NMA) have said that they were yet to join the industrial action embarked upon by resident doctors.

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