Tag: Ebola

WHO Identifies ‘More Effective’ Ebola Treatment Drugs

Henry Solomon- August 13, 2019

Two of four Ebola treatment drugs have been determined “more effective” than the others and will be the only ones used on patients going forward, ... Read More

Catholic priest infected with Ebola

admin- May 25, 2018

Deadly disease, Ebola, is spreading in Democratic Republic of Congo as a Catholic priest has been quarantined after being infected with the virus. He was ... Read More

Ebola Cases in Congo Jumps to 14

Arowobusoye Samuel- May 18, 2018

The number of confirmed Ebola cases in Congo has risen from three to 14, according to the Central African country’s Health Ministry. “In total since ... Read More

WHO Convenes Emergency Meeting as Ebola Spreads in DRC

Arowobusoye Samuel- May 18, 2018

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is convening an emergency meeting on Friday over the latest outbreak of the deadly Ebola disease in the Democratic Republic ... Read More

Ebola Alert: First Suspected Deaths in Congo Outbreak came in January – WHO

Henry Solomon- May 10, 2018

Cases of hemorrhagic fever were reported in an area of Congo that is facing an Ebola epidemic as far back as December and the first ... Read More

Trump Meets Buhari, Other African Leaders, Hails Defeat of Ebola

Henry Solomon- September 21, 2017

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday hosted President Muhammadu Buhari and other African leaders to a working lunch on the sidelines of the 72nd UN ... Read More

African Union Exhibits Key Achievements in Humanitarian Action at the First World Humanitarian Summit Exhibition In Turkey

inno.korie- August 18, 2016

The African Union Commission successfully participated in an exhibition at the sidelines of the World Humanitarian Summit, The exhibition highlighted Africa’s challenges and experience in ... Read More

Ebola virus death toll in West Africa reaches 8,220

Arowobusoye Samuel- January 7, 2015

The death toll from the current Ebola outbreak has reached 8,220. As many as 20,712 are infected, the World Health Organization (WHO) said in a ... Read More

Surviving Ebola Virus By Dr Ada Igonoh

admin- November 14, 2014

Dr Ada Igonoh Your Blood Tested Positive for Ebola. I Am Sorry. Dr. Ada Igonoh survived Ebola in Lagos. Her moving story shows health workers ... Read More

ENHANCING MEDICAL RESEARCH IN NIGERIA

inno.korie- November 12, 2014

 RASHIDA MUSTAFA OLAGUNJU Taking stock of the MDGs implementation in Nigeria the health related angle, speakers at the conference  noted that Nigeria has recorded tremendous ... Read More

Nigeria Continues To Rise At United Nation

Arowobusoye Samuel- October 23, 2014

As Nigeria continues to receive congratulatory messages on its Ebola-free status as declared by the World Health Organization WHO, Nigeria has won a seat at ... Read More

WHO Declares End Of Ebola Outbreak In Nigeria

Henry Solomon- October 22, 2014

Statement by World Health Organisation - End of Ebola Outbreak in Nigeria Patrick SawyerThe Liberian man that brought the disease to Nigeria The Ebola virus ... Read More

Ebola Success: PDP Salutes Nigerians

Arowobusoye Samuel- October 20, 2014

Ebola Success: PDP Salutes Nigerians Pays Tribute To Fallen Medical Workers  The Peoples Democratic Party has praised the gallantry of Nigerians and government at all ... Read More

President Jonathan Welcomes W.H.O. Declaration That Nigeria is Ebola-free, Orders Continued Vigilance at Borders

Arowobusoye Samuel- October 20, 2014

STATE HOUSE PRESS RELEASE PRESIDENT JONATHAN WELCOMES W.H.O. DECLARATION THAT NIGERIA IS EBOLA-FREE, ORDERS CONTINUED VIGILANCE AT BORDERS President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan welcomes today’s declaration ... Read More

NLC, ILO And ITUC Africa Collaborates On Measures To Combat Ebola

Arowobusoye Samuel- October 10, 2014

  The Nigeria Labour Congress is collaborating with the International Labour Organisation and the African Regional Organisation of the International Trade union Confederation to step ... Read More

Ebola: New World Bank Group Study Forecasts Billions in Economic Loss if Epidemic Lasts Longer, Spreads in West Africa

admin- October 8, 2014

WASHINGTON, October 8, 2014–With the latest death toll from Ebola now at 3,439 in the three worst-affected countries of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, a ... Read More

What The United States of America can Learn From Nigeria on Ebola in the USA

admin- October 6, 2014

By Dr Kemi Omololu-Olunloyo (Special to NTA) Earlier this week, news came down that America has its first diagnosed human Ebola patient, a man named ... Read More

Minister Of Health Meets CMDs To Strategize On How To Maintain Present Tempo On Ebola Fight

inno.korie- September 19, 2014

Rashidat Mustapha Olagunju The Minister of Health, Professor Onyebuchi Chukwu has met with Chief Medical Directors of Tertiary Health Institutions on how to strategise on ... Read More

Senate Commends Federal And Lagos State Governments Over Efforts In Containing Ebola

Henry Solomon- September 18, 2014

Adamu Sambo A second day of vibrancy at the Senate after resumption from recess.  From Security matters to the Health Sector. This time the Senate unanimously ... Read More