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    Metro Abductors free ex-Health Minister’s son – Newtelegraph

    Kidnappers yesterday released Mr. Dayo Adewole, the son of the immediate past Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Adewole. Dayo’s freedom came barely 24 hours after he was kidnapped at his farm... Read more via Newtelegraph – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Metro National Health Act: FG to ‘roll out’ Basic Health Care Provision Fund December – Health Minister – Premium Times Nigeria

    The federal government will “roll out” the Basic Health Care Provision Fund (BHCPF) this month, the health minister, Isaac Adewole, said in an interview with PREMIUM TIMES on Wednesday...... Read more via Premium Times Nigeria – Get More Nigeria Metro News
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    Metro FG, Coca Cola, others launch $10.8m Safe Birth Initiative – BusinessDay

    The federal government in collaboration with the Coca Cola company and Medshare International on Friday launched the $10.8m “Safe Birth Initiative” program to control the maternal mortality rate in Nigeria . Isaac Adewole, Minister of Health at the official launch ceremony in Abuja said that...
  4. Nigeria Political News

    Politics JUST-IN: Buhari Sends NHIS Boss On Administrative Leave – Leadership Newspaper

    NEWS JUST-IN: Buhari Sends NHIS Boss On Administrative Leave Published 1 min ago on October 31, 2018 By NAN President Muhammadu Buhari has intervened in the.... Read more via Leadership Newspaper – Get More Nigeria Political News
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    Metro Flooding, new cancer machine, other major health stories last week – Premium Times Nigeria

    These are some of the reports in the health sector published last week: Flood Disaster: WHO steps up disease prevention efforts In a bid to prevent disastrous epidemics, the World Health Organisation (WHO) says it is stepping up efforts to provide life-saving assistance, especially basic …...
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    Metro Why Pneumonia, Diarrhoea Persist In Nigeria – Leadership Newspaper

    The prevalence of ailments such as pneumonia and diarrhoea in Nigeria has been linked to the inability of state governments to domesticate Amoxicillin dispersible tablet and Co-Pack Zinc tablet/Low Osmolality Oral Rehydration Solution for the treatment of the diseases. This was one of the...
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    Politics Buhari should be first on list of looters – Fayose – Premium Times Newspaper

    Ekiti State Governor, Ayodele Fayose, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari is presiding over the most corrupt government in the history of Nigeria. He said the president is protecting looters of the Read more via Premium Times Newspaper – Get More Nigeria...
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    Politics June 12 not Democracy Day yet, clarifies AGF – The Guardian Newspaper

    The declaration of June 12 as a public holiday was a mere statement of desire by President Muhammadu Buhari, said Minister ... Read more via The Guardian Newspaper – Get More Nigeria Political News
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    Isaac Adewole Accused Of Working Against JOHESU ‘Because He Is A Medical Doctor’ – Sahara Reporters

    The Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) has accused the Isaac Adewole, Minister of Health, as well as leaders of the health and labour ministries, of conniving with medical doctors to frustrate the legitimate demands..... Read more via Sahara Reporters News – Get...
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    Politics Nigeria: Lawmakers Order Minister to Reverse Suspension of 'Corrupt' NHIS Boss

    The Nigerian House of Representatives has ordered health minister Isaac Adewole to reverse the suspension of Executive Secretary of the National Health Insurance Scheme, Usman Yusuf, within a week. Adewole had removed Yusuf after it was alleged that he procured a N58m SUV without following...
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    Metro Nigeria's Meningitis Death Toll Now 813- Health Minister Adewole

    The death toll of a meningitis outbreak in Nigeria has reached 813 sixteen weeks after it started. Nigeria's Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, who made the revelation on Wednesday in Abuja, said the disease is now spreading more slowly. “As of yesterday (Tuesday), the number of deaths stood...