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OCHA BRIGADE REMAINS RESOLUTE IN FIGHT AGAINST INDISCRIMINATE DUMPING OF REFUSE By Regina IgwebuikeAmawbia (Awka South LGA), Sept. 17, 2018 (MOI) Head of Sanitation Compliance, Monitoring And Community Relation, Mr Obinna Okeke says the agency is resolute in the fight against indiscriminate dumping of refuse on medians and drainages.Mr Okeke said this at the weekend in Amawbia, Awka South LG when he was monitoring activities ...
ANAMBRA GOVERNMENT INAUGURATES STATE HEALTH INSURANCE SCHEME By John Ndu/Obianuju Stephanie IsimaAwka, Sept.17, 2018 (MOI) Anambra State Government says it will continue to prioritise the welfare of Ndi Anambra by offering them affordable health services.Gov. Willie Obiano said this in Awka, while inaugurating the Anambra State Health Insurance Agency (ASHIA).The Health Insurance Agency was established through Anambra State Health Insurance Scheme ...
NO TIME IS TOO LATE FOR EDUCATION SAYS BASIS EDUCATION COMMISSIONER By Ebele Iyke OdiliAwka, Sept. 17, 2018 (MOI) Commissioner for Basic Education Anambra State, Prof. Kate Omenugha says no time is too late for one to begin education.Omenugha said this while declaring open a one day seminar organised by the state Agency for literacy, Adult and Non-formal Education to mark this year’s International Literacy ...
FLOODING: ANAMBRA GOVERNMENT URGES PEOPLE LIVING IN FLOOD-PRONE AREAS TO RELOCATE By Tony Nezianya/Chukwuka UgokweAwka, Sept. 14, 2018 (MOI) Anambra State Government has urged people living in flood-prone areas of the state to relocate immediately to approved Internally Displaced Persons (IDP), Centres provided across the state.The Anambra State Government has since made contingency plans for 28 of such centres across the state.The appeal became ...
AYAMELUM MARKS LITERACY DAY By Kelechi N AnyikwaAnaku (Ayamelum LGA), Sept.14, 2018 (MOI) Mrs Bridget Nwosu,  Chief Education Officer and Unit Head, Adult and Non-formal Education, Ayamelum Local Government Area (LGA) likened illiteracy to `blindness’.``Illiteracy is synonymous to blindness as an illiterate is considered a second class person, incapable of proper reasoning,’’ Nwosu said.He added that such ...
AYAMELUM TC CHAIRMAN URGES NON FORMAL EDUCATION LEARNERS TO IMPROVE IN EDUCATION By Anastacia AgunwaAnaku (Ayamelum), Sept. 14, 2018 (MOI) Transition Committee Chairman Ayamelum Local Government Council (LGA), Mr Kenneth Okolo urged learners in Adults and non-formal Education programme to strive to improve on level of education for sustainable future.``Apart from the basic education in reading, writing and computing skills, you need to acquire the secondary ...
ANAMBRA GOVERNMENT INTENSIFIES EROSION CONTROL IN EZINIFITE By John NduEzinifite (Nnewi South LGA), Sept. 14, 2018 (MOI) Anambra State Government has intensified erosion and flood-control works at Ezinifite in Nnewi South Local Government Area (LGA).Inspecting the project, Gov. Willie Obiano said, the intervention was aimed at reclaiming portions of the area ravaged by erosion and to control the huge flood channels ...
GROUP URGES WOMEN TO OBSERVE EXCLUSIVE 6 MONTHS BREAST FEEDING By Obianuju Stephanie IsimaUkpo (Dunukofia LGA), Sept. 14, 2018 (MOI) A Group, `Baby Friendly Initiative/Infant and Young Child Feeding (BFI/IYCF)’’, have urged women to observe adequate nutrition within the first 1,000 days from conception to age two of their babies. ``It is very necessary for normal brain development, cognitive, motor and socio-emotional skills throughout childhood ...
ASSEMBLY PASSES DISABILITY BILL By Chizoba OkekeAwka, Sept. 14, 2018 (MOI) Anambra State House of Assembly has passed a bill for full integration of persons with disabilities into the society as well as prohibit all forms of discrimination against persons with disabilities into law.Speaker of the House, Mrs Rita Maduagwu said that the bill when assented to by ...
PIG DISEASES CAN AFFECT HUMAN SAYS VETERINARY DOCTOR By David Okpala/Stella OkpalaEkwulobia (Aguata LGA), Sept. 14, 2018 (MOI) Veterinary doctor, Dr Gospel Mark says pig diseases can also affect humans.The doctor, however, appealed to pig farmers to slaughter and bury deep into the ground any pig found with disease for safety of humans.Pig farmers under the umbrella of Pig Farmers ...