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  This Lancet editorial published on October 2 likened the flurry of bans that trailed the discovery of the omicron variant of  SARS-CoV-2 to shooting...

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The Man, Adetokunboh Lucas, By Prof Ogunlesi

    Nigeria’s first professor of Medicine, and Past Vice President of the Nigerian Academy of Science (NAS), Professor Oladipo Ogunlesi writes a special tribute to...
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Analysis: How UNFPA Tackles Maternal Health Challenges in Nigeria’s Troubled Northeast

In a year that COVID-19 has foisted economic turmoil and mass death on the world, devastations from decade-long conflict have continued to leave the...

Unlocking Africa’s Agricultural Mechanization Potential, The Value-chain Approach  

  In 2013, the World Bank published an action agenda titled, ‘Unlocking Africa’s Agriculture Potential’. In the foreword to that publication, Jamal Saghir, the World...

Nigeria’s Digital Economy: The Role of NIGCOMSAT Ltd

  The Nigerian Communication Satellite (NIGCOMSAT) has been identified as a strategic contributor in building a digital Nigeria, policy documents released by the Federal Ministry...

INFODEMIC! A vaccine against Covid-19 Misinformation?

By Adebayo Fayoyin & Akin Jimoh Infodemic! The overabundance of information on coronavirus, especially on social media has been a tormenting reality for most of...

Digital Misunderstanding: Why Most Nigerian Parents Have Conflicts With Their Children

  Modern parents must constantly educate themselves and keep up to date when it comes to the Internet trends, a recent survey has found. “There is...

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