Endometriosis, Invisible Illness of Female Anatomy

  THE PAINS ARE often rippling and indescribable. Not even the pangs of childbirth can be compared to the excruciating pains that many young women in their reproductive years go through to experience their monthly flow. Former Miss Nigeria, Chief Ms Adenike Osinowo describes her experience thus: “it is often sharp, piercing and crushing almost at…

NAF Airstrike: Evacuation Continues In Rann, 89 so far lifted

(Newsplus) FOLLOWING TUESDAY airstrike over Rann, Borno State a total of 89 seriously injured persons rescued from the IDP camp are so far receiving various forms of treatment at four various Hospital in Maiduguri, update from the United Nations Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has said. In a statement from the UN OCHA office, 15 more people were…

LASSA: Be Prepared, Centre for Disease Control Alerts

 (NEWSPLUS) WITH INCREASING  temperature and effects of climate change on the weather condition, the Nigerian Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has placed everyone on the alert in preventing the spread of Lassa Fever which has so far claimed six lives in seven states. So far, 19 cases have been reported with Taraba and Plateau topping…

UNICEF Welcomes Investigation on Rann Bombing

   (NewsPlus) MORE INTERNATIONAL reactions continued to   condemn the Tuesday bombing of the camp of internally displaced persons (IDPs) located in Rann, Borno State with the UNICEF Director for Emergency Programmes, Manuel Fontaine welcoming federal government investigations into the disaster. In a statement issued a while ago from UNICEF Headquarters, New York, Fontaine described the…

UN Mobilises Emergency Response To RANN Borno State

(NewsPlus)     FOLLOWING THE unfortunate Tuesday airstrike by Nigeria’s Airforce on Rann Community, Borno State  the UN Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) has dispatched a helicopter with four medical personnel, 400 kg of emergency medical supplies and airlifted eight injured  Red Cross workers. In a statement the  UN Resident Coordinator/Humanitarian Coordinator for Nigeria, Edward Kallon described as “unfortunate”…