Nigeria’s National Microfinance Bank is set to begin operations in January 2019 and it will leverage on the presence of the Nigerian Postal Service’s presence in 774 local governments across the country. Ayo Olojede, Head Emerging Business at Diamond Bank joins to discuss the pros and con of a National Microfinance bank in Nigeria.
313 new cases of COVID19; 148-Lagos 36-FCT 27-Rivers 19-Edo 13-Kano 12-Ogun 11-Ebonyi 8-Nasarawa 8-Delta 7-Oyo 6- Plateau 5-Kaduna 4-Kwara 3-Akwa Ibom 3-Bayelsa 2-Niger 1-Anambra 7839 cases of COVID-19 in Nigeria Discharged: 2263 Deaths: 226 Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Media filesDownload logo
Coronavirus – Nigeria: Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) training conducted by Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Team
Download logoThe NCDC Team continues to train IPC focal persons across the country. The learning continues as these health workers return to their facilities to train others. "IPC practices are critical not only for COVID-19 but can be applied to other diseases endemic in Nigeria" - Tochi Okwor.Distributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).
Coronavirus – African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (108,109) deaths (3,260), and recoveries (42,937)
African Union Member States (54) reporting COVID-19 cases (108,109) deaths (3,260), and recoveries (42,937) by region: Central (11,180 cases; 330 deaths; 3,016 recoveries): Burundi (42; 1; 20), Cameroon (4,400; 159; 1,822), Central African Republic (552; 1; 18), Chad (648; 60; 204), Congo (487; 16; 147), DRC (2,140; 63; 317), Equatorial Guinea (719; 7; 22), Gabon (1,934; 12; 459), Sao Tome & Principe (258; 11; 7). Eastern (11,984; 313; 3,236): Comoros (78; 1; 18), Djibouti (2,270; 10; 1,064
The COVID-19 Nigeria situation report for 23rd May, 2020 has been published. Our daily COVID-19 situation reports provide a summary of the epidemiological situation & response activities in Nigeria. Download via: https://bit.ly/3bWXXqpDistributed by APO Group on behalf of Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).Media filesDownload logo
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