Sahara Reporters Claim Aisha Buhari Did Not See Her Husband In London

Sahara Reporters has dropped another bombshell. The Online medium alleged that President Muhammadu Buhari was not allowed to see his wife during her recent visit to the United Kingdom. This the online platform claimed was disclosed by presidential sources.   In the stunning disclosure, the sources affirmed that the president has been kept away from several of his aides and even those bodyguards who supposedly traveled with him.  Furthermore, SaharaReporters learned that Mr. Buhari has not spoken to Acting President Yemi Osinbajo for several weeks following his departure from Abuja…

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Coroner Reveals That Drug Overdose Killed Adeleke and Not Poison

The Coroner Inquest setup by the Osun State Government to investigate the cause of the sudden death of Senator Isiaka Adeleke in its verdict yesterday said the first civilian governor of the State died of drug overdose and not poison. Chief Magistrate Olusegun Ayilara, the coroner, said all evidence and accounts of witnesses before him indicated that Adeleke died of drug overdose, contrary to wide spread insinuation that the Senator was poisoned. Ayilara upheld the autopsy reports carried out on the late Adeleke at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology…

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Ebola: Security beef up at Nigerian entry points

Memories of the 93 days of horror during the outbreak of Ebola Virus in Nigeria i 2014 is being resuscitated with the current news of a new Outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC. World Health Organization has reported two cases of Ebola in the DRC following reports of confirmed case by the country’s Health Ministry. The Magazine can report that there has been increased security awareness using the 2014 template.For example, additional personnel and equipment has been at these Airports.deployed to both The Nnamdi Azikiwe airport , Abuja…

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LPTC Partners International Health Organisation on Infection Prevention in Schools

By Akinwale Kasali Following the recent epidemic outbreak at Queens College, Yaba, Lagos, that led to the death of three students, with over 100 students hospitalised in the school, the London Professional Training Center in Nigeria, in partnership with the International Health Organisation in United Kingdom is offering a free UK awarded training in Infection Prevention and Control on schools and other childcare settings to all professionals working in the educational sector in Nigeria. The Nigeria center manager of the LPTC, Francis Aleji said that the recent outbreak of meningitis…

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Anti-smuggling: A cry For Help

By Stephen Ubanna Hameed Ali, a retired Colonel and Comptroller General, Nigeria Customs Service, NCS, solicits public support to break into the rank of the smugglers’ cartel. This is because of the ambush of Customs personnel by smugglers to carry out their nefarious activities across the cross. Most worrisome was the confrontation of Customs personnel on border patrols resulting in the team personnel running for their dear life. They muster the courage to attack Customs personnel because of the sophisticated weapons used by them to carry out their trade. Many…

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“Doctor Ordered That My Body should Be Taken to the Morgue”-Julius Agwu

By Akinwale Kasali For several months, multi-talented Nigerian comedian, Julius Agwu, has been bed ridden. Many thought he wouldnt survive it after going through two surgeries. Recounting his ordeal while dealing with brain tumors, Agwu said he almost lost the battle, but God showed him mercy. Speaking publicly for the first time about the condition in an interview with Inspaya TV, Agwu ascribed his miraculous survival of the ordeal to God. In the video interview which also featured his wife, Ebere and elder sister, Theresa Agwu, it was revealed that…

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Malaria Kills Over 150 People

At least 150 people have died of malaria in Zimbabwe over the past two months, with nearly 90,000 infections recorded, a government official said Monday, blaming the upsurge on intense rains. “We have seen increased cases of malaria due to the more rains received this year that increased the breeding grounds for mosquitoes,” Joseph Mberikunashe, malaria director in the ministry of health, told AFP. Mberikunashe said 151 deaths and 89,261 malaria cases had been recorded in the past two months following heavy rains that also caused deadly floods. He said…

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Police Arrest Trader who Sells Beans Preserved with Sniper Insecticide

If not for the observation of a woman who noticed a beans seller applying an insecticide on his wares, more than hundreds of innocent Nigerians would have died or hospitalized. Three siblings trading in beans on Adenekan Street, Alagbado, Lagos State, have been arrested by the police for allegedly selling “poisonous beans” to members of the public. It was learnt that the traders – Faith Ogbona, Chidioke Ogbona and Sunday Ogbona – were arrested by policemen from the Alagbado division after being alerted by a woman, who caught Chidioke applying…

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Scientists Says Overweight Teenage Boys Risk Liver Cancer as Adults

Is your teenage son overweight? If yes, researchers have a dire warning for you! A new study suggests that men who are overweight in their late teens have a distinctly higher risk of developing liver cancer later in life. Worse still, obese teenage boys are also more likely to suffer from other severe liver diseases, many of which are often fatal, scientists warn. According to a research published on Tuesday in peer-reviewed journal Gut, experts examined data from more than 1.2 million Swedish men enlisted for conscription between 1969 and 1996. This was…

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LASG Seals over 100 Tables Water Factories

In celebrating the 2017 World Water day, the Lagos State Government has announced that it has sealed off over 100 table water factories across the state over production and distribution of substandard drinkable water in the state. The government added that no fewer than 200 houses in the state had been sanctioned for discharging their sewage and wastewater into public drains. Speaking at the 2017 World Water Day with the theme, ‘Wastewater,’ the Executive Secretary of the Lagos State Water Regulatory Commissions, Kabir Abdullahi, said the state would make sure…

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Toxin Lingers in Homes Long After Smokers Quit

Houses where smokers have lived remain polluted with tobacco smoke for at least six months after the smoker has quit and may continue to pose a threat to nonsmokers who live there, a new study found. The report, in Tobacco Control found that small particles from burning tobacco penetrate multiple surfaces — carpets, upholstery, pillows, blankets, clothes, even wallpaper and ceiling tiles — and remain long after smoking has stopped. Researchers studied 65 smokers who were quitting. Periodically over six months, they measured levels of nicotine and other tobacco-specific compounds…

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Albinos Rise With One Voice

By Lucy Oladipo, a PWA/Dares Salaam They arrived country by country. Some, as a group, others individually. The large number of   Persons with Albinism (PWA) arriving Julius Nyerere International Airport, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania was a clear indication that something was taking place in the country. These were PWA attending the first Pan African Albinism Conference, at Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre (JNICC) in Dar. In attendance with the PWA were members of Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs), experts and friends from Italy, Japan, Norway, United Kingdom, Neitherlands, United States of America,…

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