SPECIAL REPORT: How poor sex education exposes Nigerian teenage girls to pregnancy, STDs
One in four (23 per cent) Nigerian teenage girls were already mothers or pregnant with their first child, a survey found.
Crippled by poor funding, Nigerian drug research institute in darkness for nine months
The National Institute for Pharmaceutical Research and Development has had no power supply for nine months.
Eight years after raising billions, Turai Yar’Adua’s Cancer Centre remains abandoned, overtaken by weeds
Mrs. Yar’Adua in July 2009 held an elaborate fundraising event to mobilise N10 billion for the construction of the centre.
7 Nigerian states move to save 1.59 million malnourished children, mothers
In Kano, about 55,000 children were treated for acute malnutrition in 2016, of the 397,515 estimated to be acutely malnourished.
INVESTIGATION: Nigerian hospital where ‘medical negligence’ causes death of women, babies
Families of different victims narrated their sad experiences that caused the death of at least four people at the hospital.
After surviving Boko Haram attacks, displaced persons die of diarrhoea in IDP camp
A second diarrhoea outbreak caused the death of 10 people at the IDP camp.