World Malaria Day – Nigerians Warned to Stop Using Chloroquine for Malaria Treatment

[Premium Times] The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, has urged Nigerians to stop using chloroquine, or Artemisinin as a monotherapy in treatment of malaria, as he listed steps that Nigerians need to take to combat the killer disease in the country.

[Premium Times] The Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, has urged Nigerians to stop using chloroquine, or Artemisinin as a monotherapy in treatment of malaria, as he listed steps that Nigerians need to take to combat the killer disease in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

World Vaccination Week – Dangote, Bill Gates Speak On Efforts to End Polio

[Premium Times] In a push to eliminate polio in Africa and rid the world of the disease, Aliko Dangote and Bill and Melinda Gates foundations have engaged more than 138,000 vaccinators to conduct vaccinations across five African countries in the Lake C…

[Premium Times] In a push to eliminate polio in Africa and rid the world of the disease, Aliko Dangote and Bill and Melinda Gates foundations have engaged more than 138,000 vaccinators to conduct vaccinations across five African countries in the Lake Chad area.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

After Bail, Nnamdi Kanu Vows to Remain in Prison

[Daily Trust] The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has resolved to remain in prison custody despite the bail granted him by an Abuja Federal High Court.

[Daily Trust] The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has resolved to remain in prison custody despite the bail granted him by an Abuja Federal High Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Robert Mugabe – Africa’s Finest Son

[New Zimbabwe] Battles are won by men and women of physical, mental and moral mettle. They are fought in the trenches and the mind. The battles of the trenches are easier because the enemy is easily identifiable. It is an enemy with a weapon, ready to …

[New Zimbabwe] Battles are won by men and women of physical, mental and moral mettle. They are fought in the trenches and the mind. The battles of the trenches are easier because the enemy is easily identifiable. It is an enemy with a weapon, ready to kill or maim you and your rational, acceptable response is to fight back, kill or be killed. That battle is physically lost or won. It is a transient battle. There is usually a definite winner or loser at the end of it.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

The Inconvenient Politics of the Current Uganda Crime Wave

[Monitor] Every day Ugandans are posting on social media photographs of broken windows, doors, and ransacked homes in the wave of crime that has hit the country in recent times.

[Monitor] Every day Ugandans are posting on social media photographs of broken windows, doors, and ransacked homes in the wave of crime that has hit the country in recent times.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why Our Urban Centres Must Have Environmental Emission Thresholds

[Monitor] Not so long ago, Kampala appeared on the list of the most polluted cities. There is a general feeling among people that most cities in this world are not yet ready to pass the changing climate examination.

[Monitor] Not so long ago, Kampala appeared on the list of the most polluted cities. There is a general feeling among people that most cities in this world are not yet ready to pass the changing climate examination.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why Bank of Uganda Reinforces Regulation of Pan-African Banks

[Monitor] To guard against risks that may arise from pan-African banks, Bank of Uganda (BoU) has signed various Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with supervisors of commercial banks with presence in the country to enable regular and proactive interacti…

[Monitor] To guard against risks that may arise from pan-African banks, Bank of Uganda (BoU) has signed various Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) with supervisors of commercial banks with presence in the country to enable regular and proactive interaction and sharing of information on these institutions.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda