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Nigerian nurses lament over quackery menace in profession

National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) has called for concerted efforts by stakeholders to curb the menace of quackery in the profession.

Aisha Buhari urges doctors to check abuses, exorbitant charges

The wife of the President, Mrs Aisha Buhari, has advised medical doctors to check quackery, abuses and exorbitant charges in order to deliver affordable and quality healthcare.

Aisha Buhari’s Future Assured to establish centre for indigent children

Future Assured, an initiative of the wife of President, Aisha Buhari, is to establish a rehabilitation centre to cater for the children of the less privileged, who are suffering from one illness or another.

Corruption allegations were plot to stop my reappointment – NEMSA chief Peter Ewesor

The Managing Director (MD)/CEO of the Nigerian Electricity Management Safety Agency (NEMSA), Engr Peter Ewesor, has said recent allegations of corrupt practices in the management of the agency under him were fabrications of those who never wanted his reappointment as MD of the agency, dismissing them as fake and unfounded.

Ritual killers source body parts from illegal health facilities – CP

The Ogun State Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, has said ritual killers source body parts from operators of illegal health facilities.

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