Ebola 101: The Facts Behind A Frightening Virus

Health workers have called the Ebola outbreak in West Africa unprecedented, and even out of control. With 1,711 cases so far, it’s the largest and deadliest outbreak since the virus was discovered in 1976. And it’s gathering strength: Just under 20 percent of all cases were reported over the last …

Continue reading

Share Button

PUBLIC AWARENESS: SALT DOES NOT PREVENT EBOLA

It has come to our awareness the current circulation of a piece of misleading information about Ebola, bathing or consuming excessive salt to prevent Ebola disease. Bathing with salt or excessive consumption of it does not prevent Ebola disease, instead it will make the saltist impotent (inability to concieve) and is …

Continue reading

Share Button

Dangote invests $1 billion in rice production in Nigeria

The Minister of Agriculture signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Aliko Dangote on rice production. The Nigerian Government on Friday signed a $1 billion Rice Investment Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote. The MoU was signed at the State House in Abuja. The Minister of Agriculture, …

Continue reading

Share Button

Return of Africa’s Stolen Arts

Stolen Artefacts Back in Nigeria A Briton has returned two statues taken from the Benin Kingdom 117 years ago during the invasion of Benin by British soldiers, prompting calls for other treasures to be repatriated. How Benin Recovered Stolen Artefacts – Akenzua Currently, the mood in Benin, the capital city …

Continue reading

Share Button