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Medical staff strikes on the rise in Africa
From Sierra Leone to Ivory Coast to Kenya, medical staff are demanding better protection and working conditions to combat the coronavirus crisis.
Doctors are striking in Africa and demanding more protection as coronavirus spreads.
Tolulope Arotile: Nigeria’s first female combatant helicopter pilot dies in road crash
NAF has announced the death of Nigeria’s first-ever female combatant helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile
Arotile died at the age of 23 in Kaduna on Tuesday after suffering multiple head injuries from road crash
The flying officer was winged as NAF first female combatant helicopter on Tuesday, October 15, 2019.
Nigeria: Residents Groan As Prices of Commodities Skyrocket in Kano
Residents of Kano metropolis have raised alarm over the continuous hike in prices of food commodities.
It was gathered that an increase of about 70 percent has so far been recorded on foodstuff in the recent days as a 100kg bag of maize that was sold at N9000 now sells for N17, 000; 100kg of millet, sold at N10, 000, now sells at N18, 000 and a 100kg of wheat that was N14, 000 is now sold at N20, 000.
COVID-19: Trump rescinds order denying foreign students visas
The United States government has rescinded its decision to revoke foreign student visas, whose courses move online due to coronavirus.
A federal judge, Allison Burroughs, confirmed this on Tuesday.
“The government has agreed to rescind the decision as well as any implementation of the directive,” Burroughs said in a brief hearing.