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BAD LIFESTYLE, COMMON CAUSE OF STROKE SAYS MEDICAL PRACTITIONER By Michael Ezenwata Njikoka, July 9, 2018 (MOI) A former Awka Zonal Chairman, Nigeria Medical Association (NMA), Dr Oliver Onwughalu has raised an alarm over increasing number of cases of stroke in the country. Dr Onwughalu, who spoke to newsmen at Nawfia on some critical health issues, noted that the latest cases appear more predominant among the youths. According to ...
ANAMBRA WELCOMES MISS AFRICA WORLD By Ogechukwu Okoli/Chukwudi NwaubaAwka, July 9, 2018 (MOI) Gov. Willie Obiano of Anambra has called on Ndi Anambra in The Diaspora to partner with the state government in the drive to tap and market tourism potential in the state.Obiano said this when he received the Anambra-born Miss Africa World Queen Uche Umeagukwu in Awka, the state ...
PROF ATANMO CALLS FOR INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION By Michael EzenwataOgidi (Idemili North LGA), July 9, 2018 (MOI) A former National Vice- President, Ohaneze Ndigbo, Anambra State chapter, Prof. Philip Atanmo, has called on Nigerians to imbibe the spirit of patriotism by investing in their home country.``This is needful for those that have the resources to set up industries, instead of stashing ...
DEMOLITION OF SHANTIES UNDER HIGH TENSION CABLES By Okolonji OkechukwuObosi (Idemili North LGA), July 6, 2018 (MOI) Officials of Anambra State Physical Planning Board (ANSPPB) in conjunction with those of Ministry of Environment Beatification and Ecology have pulled down some shanties.The shanties are located under the high tension cable on kilometer 3 Onitsha/Owerri expressway by Mgbuka, Obosi axis.Speaking during the demolition exercise, General ...
CONSUMERS ARE KINGS SAY NCC By Frances NwabufoeObosi (Idemili North LGA), July 6, 2018 (MOI) Consumers of telecom services are kings who must be well treated at all times.This is because they are the most important in the services’ value chain, a top official of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) says.Head, Information and Reference Consumer Affairs Bureau (NCC), Ismail Adedigba ...
ANAMBRA INITIATES NEW INTEGRATED VEHICLE INSPECTION, ROAD WORTHINESS FEES By Ifeyinwa Judith OgwoAwka, (Awka South LGA), July 5, 2018 (MOI) Anambra State Government has introduced new 'Integrated Vehicle Inspection and Road Worthiness' fees.Anambra State Vehicle Inspection Officers (VIOs) announced this while sensitising the masses on the new fees at strategic locations in Awka metropolis.Head, VIO, Mr Christopher Okeke said that the state government made ...
INEC INTERACTS WITH STAKEHOLDERS AHEAD 2019 GENERAL ELECTIONS By David Okpala/Stella Ifeoma OkpalaAguata July 5, 2018 (MOI) Electoral Officer, Aguata Local Government Area (LGA), Mr Sunday Nwegbe has vowed that ``votes must count during the upcoming General Elections in 2019.``Since votes counted in the Nov. 18, 2017 gubernatorial election in Anambra, it will again count in 2019 elections,’’ Nwegbe said during interactive session with political ...
STRIVE FOR CREATIVITY --YOUTH COMMISSIONER URGES STUDENTS By Chikaodili E ObinwaAwka July 5, 2018 (MOI) Anambra  State Youth Empowerment and Creative Economy Commissioner, Bonaventure Enemali has called on youths to explore their creative abilities in order to build sustainable future for themselves.Enemali made the call during an interactive lecture with students of Paul University, Awka.``I call on you to explore your creative abilities ...
ANAMBRA INAUGURATES EYE CARE PROGRAMME COMMITTEE By Ebele EgohAwka, July 5, 2018 (MOI) Anambra State Ministry of Health has inaugurated 15-man Committee on Eye Care Programme, the first of its kind in Nigeria.The inauguration was performed by Anambra State Commissioner for Health, Dr Joe Akabuike in his office at the Jerome Udoji Secretariat, Awka.Akabuike said the exercise was in line with ...
ANAMBRA‘LL SENSITISE PUBLIC ON FIRE SAFETY MEASURES -- ADINUBA By Chris Chikelue/Nnedimma C Okeke Awka, July 5, 2018 (MOI) Anambra State Government says it is ready to assist the Anambra State Fire Service in enlightening the public on fire safety measures. Commissioner for Information and Public Enlightenment, Mr C. Don Adinuba said this while receiving officers and men of state fire service that paid him a ...