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TV Report: Minister says Ogoniland clean-up implementation is a collective responsibility

OGONI LAND CLEAN UP

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TV Report: Government fines Shell over Bonga oil spill

FG fines Shell Bonga oil

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TV Report: Group raises concern over tobacco regulations, importation

illegal importation

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TV Report: Photographic exhibition tells history

Photographic exhibition

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TV Report: Experts call for efficient sea management on World Hydrography Day

sea management

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Video: Teenager with tumour needs your help

A 16-year-old Nigerian needs your help to raise N580,000. The money is to enable him pay for surgery to remove a cell tumour that has deformed his face. Vivienne Irikefe reports.

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Video: Changing face of Mangrove Ecology

The changing face of Mangrove Ecology

The mangrove is a very unique specie of plant that helps in protecting our coastal area from certain disaster. It is also a plant that most communities depend on as their source of livelihood. The mangrove is fast depleting due to human activities and an invasive specie of plant called the Nypa palm. There is a serious cry-out for all ...

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Video: What prospects for Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapy

The Federal Neuro-psychiatric hospital’s School of Occupational Therapy is appealing to the public to help fund the school. The profession was almost extinct in Nigeria until the school was established 14 years ago. I attended their matriculation ceremony for the new batch of students. By Vivienne Irikefe

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Video: HIV advocates call for school campaign

HIV/AIDS

HIV advocates call for school campaign HIV/AIDS The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that two million adolescents are living with HIV/AIDS worldwide, and that 82% of them are in sub-Saharan Africa. Advocates say anti-HIV/AIDS campaign should be made compulsory in schools. By Vivienne Irikefe

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Video: Nutrition and reproductive health in Nigeria

Nutrition

The National Demographic Health Survey estimates that Nigeria loses about 2,350 children everyday because Nutrition Malnutrition is one of the major causes of these deaths. The country also loses 145 women of child-bearing age everyday due to pregnancy-related complications. Malnutrition is one of the major causes of these deaths. Vivienne Irikefe looks at how nutrition can address the staggering statistics.

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