UNICEF Hails FG’s Program on Malnutrition

As global attention again focuses on the plight of the  girl child, the United d Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) has thumbs up the action of first Lady, Mrs Aisha Buhari and the National Assembly at determining to tackle the plague of malnutrition among Nigerian children. UNICEF which expressed concern at the estimated 2.5m Nigerian children under…

Upper Room Baptist Church marks 30yrs

  Activities marking 30years of the Upper Room Baptist Church, Ketu, Lagos began with series of events including the visitation to Orphanage homes to showcase the love of Christ to the less-privileged. In a statement by chairman Anniversary Committee, Richard Adewole, also lined up to celebrate the work of the Lord I’m the Vineyard are…

How healthy farms produce healthy people

   It is no wonder that when produce from a well nurtured farm is consumed, the consumers would necessarily often become healthy thus  living well. This was the finding of a recent study on harnessing the nutrition co-benefits of climate resilient Agriculture by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD). It was a study on…

Monkeypox Rages In seven States, affecting 31

The reported outbreak of viral Monkeypox on September 22 has so far spread to seven States with 31 persons suspiciously affected. The National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in a news release this evening listed the seven affected states as: Bayelsa, Rivers, Akwa Ibom,  Cross River,  Ekiti, Lagos and Ogun. Bayelsa was the first to…