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WHO vaccinates 377,000 people against cholera in Adamawa

No fewer than 377,000 people have been vaccinated against cholera in Adamawa, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

Governor Bindow: I’m committed to charting political, economic roadmap for Adamawa

Governor Mohammadu Bindow of Adamawa said, no amounting of political pressure would deterred him, from charting political and economic directions for the state.

19 new cholera cases reported in Adamawa

The Adamawa State Ministry of Health has confirmed 19 new cases of cholera in Mubi North and Mubi South Local Government areas.

Explosion kills teenager, injures two in Adamawa

A teenager was killed and two others injured on Sunday when an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) exploded in Mubi, the commercial hub of Adamawa State.

Adamawa government confirms one dead, two injured in Mubi explosion

The Adamawa Commissioner of Information and Strategy, Ahmad Sajoh, has confirmed the death of a boy with two others injured following an explosion in Mubi town.

Cholera Outbreak: Massive chlorination of water points commences in Mubi

Massive chlorination of infected water points in Mubi town of Adamawa has commenced in earnest to contain the outbreak of cholera in the area, the Commissioner for Health, Dr Fatima Atiku, says.

Official: Adamawa Cholera outbreak fatality rate drops to 1.8 percent

The Adamawa Commissioner for Health, Dr Fatima Atiku, says the fatality rate of recent Cholera outbreak in Mubi North and Mubi South Local Government Areas of the state, has dropped from 17 to 1.8 per cent.

13 die in Adamawa cholera outbreak

The Adamawa Ministry of Health has confirmed that the cases of cholera outbreak in Mubi have risen to 434 with 13 deaths.

Official: New cases reported in Adamawa cholera outbreak

The Director Public Health of Adamawa Ministry of Health, Dr Bwalki Dilli, has said that the number of those infected by suspected Cholera outbreak in Mubi has increased from 134 to 176.

Suspected cholera outbreak claims 12 lives in Adamawa

A suspected cholera outbreak has claimed 12 lives in Mubi North and Mubi South local government areas of Adamawa, according to an official of the state Ministry of Health.

General Buratai: Nigerian Army will not rest until Boko Haram eliminated

Chief of Army Staff Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai has promised Nigerians that the army will not rest until terror group Boko Haram is completely eliminated and rendered ineffective in launching attacks on soft target.

Adamawa govt recruits 200 nurses

The Adamawa Government said it recruited 200 nurses to be deployed across the state.

PCNI targets over 15,000 IDPs for free medical intervention in Adamawa

The Presidential Committee on North East Initiative (PCNI) has launched a free medical intervention in Mubi to cover about 15,000 returnee IDPs in Adamawa.

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Expert: How indiscriminate Internet usage exposes children to pornography

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