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    • Air Pollution: Nigeria Ranks 4th Deadliest Globally 

      Ogundipe, S. (Vanguard Media Limited, 2018-09-01)
      The paper notes that Nigeria has the highest maternal mortality in the world. It has the highest burden of fatalities from air pollution in Africa and 4th globally.
    • How Failure to Tackle Injection Drug Use Harm Nigerians Health 

      Ogundipe, S. (Vanguard Media Limited, 2018-12-18)
      The paper notes that the failure of the Federal Government of Nigeria to implement harm reduction programmes against HIV, hepatitis C and preventable death among injection drug users has been identified as a major factor ...
    • Infrastructural Deficit: Challenges and Opportunities 

      Anaeto, E. (Vanguard Media Limited, 2018-10-01)
      Current maintenance level are insufficient to preserve the quality of the existing infrastructure, resulting in annual deterioration.
    • Nigerian Cadet at Risk Over Emergence of Tech-Driven Vessels 

      Bivbere, G (Vanguard Media Limited, 2019-12-19)
      The paper notes that the prospects of Nigerian trained cadets may have become jeopardised by the emergence of technology driven ocean-going vessels.Thus, the need to train cadets in line with current technologies.
    • Poor Quality Healthcare Systens Kill 376039 Nigerians 

      Ogundipe, S. (Vanguard Media Limited, 2018-09-11)
      The Paper notes that over the years there have been concerns over failed efforts to achieve effective health coverage for all Nigerians especially the poor.
    • Tertiary Institutions Shut Down as ASUU, ASUP, SSANU Boycott Duties 

      Adesulu, D. (Vanguard Media Limited, 2018-12-20)
      The paper notes that in what appears to be a total shut-down of our tertiary education, some stakeholders are calling for a declaration of state of emergency in the sector as Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU and ...
    • Unemployed Nigerians Increase By 3.3m to 20.9m - NBS 

      Nnorom, N.; Adegbesan, E. (Vanguard Media Limited, 2018-12-20)
      The paper notes that the number of unemployed Nigerians rose by 3.3 million to 20.9million in the third quarter of 2018 (Q3'18), as shown in a report by the National Bureau of Statistics.