A nongovernmental organization, Development Options International Centre for Women and Youth Advancement has urged the Cross River State and federal government to recognise traditional birth attendants.
The member representing Lokoja/Kogi-Kotonkarfe Federal Constituency at the House of Representatives, Umar Buba Jibril, yesterday commenced ICT training for 200 senior secondary school students in his constituency.
A couple in Sokoto has been arrested for allegedly burning the manhood of an SS3 student, accusing him of raping their four-year-old daughter.
About 100 civil society groups have signed a petition urging the United Nations to prevail on Amnesty International to desist from what they termed ‘plot to destabilize Nigeria’.
A vaccine to protect infants from typhoid fever has been unveiled in the country.
The CLEEN foundation has suggested sustained dialogue between civilians and security agencies to strengthen interpersonal relationship between both parties.