Don’t Allow me die, Kidney Patient Begs Kalu, Ikpeazu, others

By Emmanuel Elebeke   Notable journalist, Walter Ukaegbu is seriously ill and fast deteriorating in health. He needs N15 million to run a kidney transparent If he is to ever step on his feet again. Walter, a native of Item Bende local government Area of Abia State who has been suffering from kidney failure since 2018, which has taken a huge toll from him financially. Speaking on the history of his ailment, Walter, a married man with children, is a practicing journalist with Sun Newspaper, in Abuja, where he has…

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Mobile Court Convicts 57 persons over Sanitary Offences in Lafia

By Takuruku Emmanuel, Lafia A mobile court sitting in Lafia the Nasarawa state capital has convicted 57 persons over sanitary matters. The chief prosecuting officer, Alhaji Abubakar Mohammed told newsmen in an interview after the sanitation exercise that offenders were prosecuted based on their various offences. He explained that the offences include among others: operating business and loitering during sanitation exercise between the hours of 7 am – 10am on Saturday. The chief prosecutor said that enforcement teams were deployed at entery points to check interstate travellers passing through the…

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CCD Holds Online Training on Tracking of Covid-19 Palliatives Distribution

From  our Kaduna correspondent. Centre for Citizens with Disabilities (CCD) organized held an online training for capacity building in tracking palliatives distribution to PWDs in Kano, Kaduna, Lagos, Akwa Ibom, Enugu and by extension Jigawa State. Over 150 persons, one from each local government of the said state participated in the training. The online training was organized to build capacity in tracking palliatives for PWDs during the COVID-19 pandemic. In an opening remark, the Executive Director, David O. Anyaele, said CCD as an NGO was established since 2002 and their…

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