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I use every opportunity available to reach out to get more people sensitized and screened for TB. This was what I did this last week. There was a report of new case of polio in a community within my own jurisdiction of the LGA where I work which prompted immediate polio out break vaccination response to tackle the situation. I...
Within the week, I visited two communities for advocacy and chest camp for ongoing TB Reach Wave 5 Scale-Up Project. Before I begin to talk about my last week. Let me give you a brief of what I have been doing In December 2018, I got a job with German Leprosy and Tuberculosis Relief Association as Liaison Officer which I resumed...
So he thought he can scam me. E no fit jor Let me gist you 2006 was my first year of ever attending Shiloh (A yearly program of the Living Faith Church Worldwide; Winners Chapel). So I was on my way back from Lagos; I would say, the best journey so far at that time because it was really a very...
In 2018, I was motivated to follow my mentor whom I meet online, Dr Adeola Olubamiji on her 2018 journey tagged Solving for X which worked out for me. Read about my 2018 story Here. Yeah, in 2019, I followed her again. If you see a pathway to success, evaluate it and follow . That’s my kind advice. So she tagged 2019 Decoding...
World AIDS Day is celebrated on the 1st of December every year to raise public awareness about AIDS.  BACKGROUND Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome, is a pandemic disease caused by infection of Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), which causes damage to the immune system. World AIDS Day was first observed in 1988. Since then, different organisations across the world bring attention to the HIV...
I view Sunday morning as a very special morning to Christians. However, sometimes we don’t make it count. #Lateness could be the word. So am taking today night (Saturday) to give us some tips on how to avoid lateness to church tomorrow. Iron all your cloth before you go to bed. Ladies get your makeup kit set on the table. ...
World Humanitarian Day celebrated every year on 19 August is directed towards honoring humanitarian efforts worldwide and propagating the idea of supporting people in crisis. BACKGROUND World Humanitarian Day was established by the UN General Assembly in 2008, then was held in August 2009. The day was declared by the General Assembly to coincide with the anniversary of the 2003 bombing...
August is a month for a lot of events all over the world. Particularly in Nigeria, it’s a month for a wide range of cultural events like new yam festival. It’s also a month for annual general meeting for women in the eastern part of Nigeria and of course, summer holidays for children with lots of packages. The youths are...
In a new study, researchers collected flies and other flying insects from seven hospitals in the United Kingdom to analyze their potential for carrying harmful bacteria. The conclusion? These insects carry enough bacteria to cause infections — even some drug-resistant ones. Recently, researchers have shown more interest in how infections can originate and propagate in hospitals in order to find...
1. Don't marry because of sex. 2. Don't marry because you are getting old. 3. Don't marry because you are of age. 4. Don't marry because you’re lonely. 5. Don't marry because you need someone to support you financially. 6. Don't marry because you mistakenly got pregnant for him. 7. Don't marry because you don't want to lose that person. 8. Don't marry because of family...

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