Despite the current weak infrastructure and poor funding, Nigeria has adequate human resources to reverse brain drain and make the country a medical tourism hub, according to the verdict of participants at the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Nigerian-American Medical Foundation (NAMFI) International in Lagos on December 6, 2016.
The Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa has pledged the continued support and commitment of the Lagos House of Assembly to making Lagos State free of Human Immune Deficiency Virus (HIV)and Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) by 2030.
Life passes so fast that it makes you wonder. Nothing can explain why cancer moves in quickly, grabs a hold of someone you know… and becomes the dreadful channel through which they pass to the other side of eternity, even when they’re still so young.
Disgusting, right? As in, ‘nyamma’ like Nigerians would say to express disgust! Have you ever been at one of those salons (both local and some posh ones) and tried to get eyelash extensions on? After adding the glue and the extensions, especially the strip lashes, a bit of moist is […]
Folarin Alakija is one of the four sons of the family whose matriarch is widely known as Africa’s richest woman, oil magnate, Folorunsho Alakija. Folarin lost his beautiful first wife who he was married for a few years, after a fight with cancer. They have a young daughter, Sage, between […]