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A Review of Le Meridien Ogeyi Place

Florence Uwaeme Le Meridien Ogeyi Place Le meridian Ogeyi Place is located at the Government Residential Area G.R.A Phase 11. Le Meridien Ogeyi Place is...

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Florence Uwaeme Swiss International Mabisel is located at the heart of Port Harcourt City’s industrial area, with the likes of NNPC, Total Nigeria and Shell...

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Ogoni group accuses Mpigi, Pronem of fraud

An Ogoni group known as the Indigenous Youth Leaders Council has accused some federal lawmakers of fraud. Barry Mpigi and Maurice Pronem, were alleged to...

NGO to distribute 600,000 condoms in Nigeria

The AIDS HealthCare Foundation (AHF), a Non-Governmental Organisation, says it will distribute over 600,000 condoms across the country as part of activities to commemorate...

Monkeypox outbreak hits Port Harcourt

The Rivers state government has confirmed three suspected cases of Monkeypox in Port Harcourt. Commissioner for health, Professor Chike Princewill announced this while briefing journalists...

Rivers State government to pay N4k to people for identifying leprosy sufferers

The Rivers state government in partnership with the German Leprosy and Tuberculosis Relief Association has pledged to give 4,000 Naira each to anyone who...

NAFDAC warns against use of chemicals to bleach skin

The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control ( NAFDAC ) has advised Nigerians against the use of bleaching or “whitening” chemicals...

Regular sex improves brain functionality in adults, study says

Regular sex improves brain functioning in older adults, according to researchers at the University of Coventry and Oxford. The study, published in the Journal of...

Prostitutes decry low patronage in Port Harcourt

Kas Worgu Sex workers in Port Harcourt have described the month of January as 'bad market' over low patronage which they attributed to the religious...

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