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SERAP asks health minister account for spending on LUTH, other hospitals

“Millions of Nigerian children are believed to die each year before the age of five, and most of those children lose their lives to diseases that are easily preventable or treatable at low cost. Nigeria is third highest in infant mortality rate in the world.”

SSAUTHRIAI proposes N100,000 monthly minimum wage

The Senior Staff Association of Universities, Teaching Hospitals, Research Institutes and Allied Institutions has proposed a new minimum wage of N100,000 per month for Nigerian workers.

SSAUTHRIAI: N500 billion fuel price hike palliative ‘missing’

The Senior Staff Association of Universities, Teaching Hospitals, Research Institutes and Associate Institutions, SSAUTHRIAI has alleged that the N500bn palliative package offered by the Federal Government to cushion the effects of the last increase in the pump price of fuel may be ‘missing’.

Vice President Osinbajo: Federal govenrment to power varsities with solar energy

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has said that ‘despite the sectoral challenges, the Buhari administration will complete major projects that will improve the power sector in the country and also implement a plan that will provide solar energy in a number of universities in the country.

AfDB to spend $711m on projects in Nigeria

The African Development Bank (AfDB) on Friday said it would invest 711.5 million dollars in some projects in the country including power supply.

Enugu govt deploys 28 consultants to district hospitals to boost healthcare delivery

The Enugu State Government has commenced plans to deploy four consultants each to the seven district hospitals in the state to enhance effective healthcare service delivery.

Why we are electrifying 37 universities, teaching hospitals – federal govt

According to the government in a note the REA which manages the EEP, the government has divided its implementation of the EEP into two phases, of which the first phase would be implemented in nine universities and one teaching hospital.

N10bn universities solar project aimed at developing education sector – power ministry

The project, is part of the Energizing Education Programme (EEP) of the Federal Government aimed at rejuvenating the nation’s education system by providing uninterrupted power supply to the institutions, the ministry said.

Several injured as policemen, students, clash in Oyo

The Oyo State Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Odude, has said four cops were admitted to a hospital after being injured in a clash between the police and students of the Federal College of Agriculture, Moor Plantation, Apata, Ibadan, on Monday.

Four policemen hospitalised after clash with students in Ibadan

The Oyo State Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Odude, said four policemen have been hospitalised following the injuries they sustained during a clash with students of the Federal College of Agriculture, Moor Plantation, Apata, Ibadan, Oyo State on Monday.

Doctot’s strike: We’ve carried out minister’s directive – National Hospital

The National Hospital, Abuja, said it has implemented the directive of the Minister of Health to ensure that consultants and Corps member doctors attend to patients.

NHIS crisis taking toll on health service providers, enrolees – medical chiefs

The Guild of Medical Directors, GMD, has called for speedy resolution of the crisis at the National Health Insurance Scheme, NHIS.

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