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Dr Zainab Bagudu, wife of the Kebbi State Governor, says Nigeria is ranked third among 10 top countries with high rate of preterm birth of 773,600.

Zainab Bagudu: Nigeria ranks third with premature birth globally

Dr Zainab Bagudu, wife of the Kebbi State Governor, says Nigeria is ranked third among 10 top countries with high rate of preterm birth of 773,600.
For the first time, a Nigerian, wife of the Kebbi State governor, Dr Zainab Shinkafi-Bagudu, will serve on the board of the 85 year old organisation which, exists to accelerate the global fight against cancer.

Zainab Bagudu urges awareness against cancer

The wife of Kebbi state governor, Mrs Zainab Bagudu, has called on stakeholders to commit resources, energy and create awareness towards ending the spread of cancer diseases in the country.

Firm partners Kebbi government on women’s financial, skill empowerment

The Procter and Gamble, a leading consumer goods company in Nigeria has partnered with the Kebbi Government to empower and train women in financial and vocational skills.

Marc Wabara emerges Olympic committee patron

Abia South Senatorial aspirant under the platform of All Progressives Congress (APC), Sir Marc Wabara, has been formally nominated amongst eight others for recognition as patrons by Nigeria Olympic Committee (NOC).

Governor Bagudu’s wife pays N1.3 million medical bill of 16-year-old sickle cell patient

The wife of Kebbi State Governor, Mrs Zainab Bagudu, on Monday, says she paid N1.3 million for the surgical operation of 16-year-old Hadiza Bagudu, who has been suffering from sickle cell disorder.

Codeine: Federal government trains 200 principals on drug abuse prevention

The Federal Ministry of Education has trained 200 school principals in Kebbi on drug abuse prevention in their schools, to stem the tide of drug abuse among students.

Kebbi governor’s wife donates breast cancer screening kits to 500 women

The Wife of Kebbi Governor, Dr Zainab Bagudu, has donated Breast Cancer screening kits to 500 Women in Gwandu local government area.

250,000 Nigerian women die of cancer annually – Zainab Bagudu

The wife of the Executive Governor of Kebbi State, Dr Zainab Bagudu, on Saturday said about 250, 000 Nigerian women die of cancer annually.

Health minister Isaac Adewole, UNICEF, others urge actions to curb maternal, child mortality

Health Minister, Prof. Isaac Adewole, on Monday remarked that the country’s mortality in children Under-Five “is still very unacceptable’’.

DSS arrests fake army lieutenant in Kebbi govt house

A fake Army Lieutenant, identified as Nasiru Abubakar Bako, and his followers were yesterday arrested at the Kebbi State Government House, Birnin Kebbi, by the Department of State Services (DSS) following their interrogation by the security agencies attached to the governorís wife, Dr. Zainab Bagudu.

Police arrest fake army officer, bank worker in Kebbi

The Police in Kebbi on Monday said they had arrested one Nasiru Bako for impersonating as a Lieutenant of the Nigerian Army.

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