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Kano lists 3.6 million children for polio immunisation January - Punch Newspapers

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11 January 2022Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has said that over 3.6 million children will be immunised against polio under the Maternal Newborn and Child Health Week January campaign.This was contained in a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to Deputy Governor, Hassan Fagge, issued in Kano on Monday.

The MNCHW will be conducted alongside the outbreak response exercise, where personnel will go from house to house to immunise children below five years against poliovirus.The governor, who was represented by his deputy, Dr. Nasiru Gawuna, disclosed this on Sunday at the Ungogo Local Government Area during the commencement of the OBR1 and MNCHW January campaign in the state.

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Published 11 January 2022 Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, has said that over 3.Published 10 January 2022 The Kano State Government has partnered the private sector to inaugurate the Education Strategic Investment and Development Initiative, a five-year $500m project, aimed at systematic development of the education sector in the state.The agency is charging new registrants, N18,000, while renewal is N8,000, on annual basis.By Tue, 11 Jan 2022 01:43:56 GMT Govt lost over N12m in revenue from 60,000 riders The strike action embarked upon by tricycle riders popularly known as ‘Adaidaita Sahu or Keke Napep’ in Kano on Monday has resulted to huge loss of revenue for the state, the riders as well as business owners running into millions of Naira.

6 million children will be immunised against polio under the Maternal Newborn and Child Health Week January campaign. This was contained in a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to Deputy Governor, Hassan Fagge, issued in Kano on Monday. In his remarks at in the inauguration of the project, the Chief Organising Officer of the initiative, Abdullahi Yabo, explained that among other core objectives, the project was aimed at boosting school enrollment, retention and completion rates among Kano children. The MNCHW will be conducted alongside the outbreak response exercise, where personnel will go from house to house to immunise children below five years against poliovirus. Dear Reader, Every day, we work hard to provide readers such as you with the most accurate, up-to-date, and comprehensive information. The governor, who was represented by his deputy, Dr. According to Yabo, the project is in line with the Kano State government’s focus which has made education one of the pillars of social and economic revolution in the state. Nasiru Gawuna, disclosed this on Sunday at the Ungogo Local Government Area during the commencement of the OBR1 and MNCHW January campaign in the state. The chairman of the tricycle operators association, Sani Sa’idu Dankoli said the central issue revolves around the operating permit and the price, which he said the government initially put at N20,000 per rider.

“The aim of the Maternal Newborn and Child Health Week is to improve the health care services for pregnant women and their children,” he said.’’ “The ESIDI is concerned and will be implemented on the authority and sponsorship of the Kano State Ministry of Education. Your support means that Daily Trust can keep offering journalism to everyone in the world. Ganduje explained that the state government was committed to providing adequate health care services to the people, stressing that it would not relent in ensuring that pregnant women attended antenatal care in hospitals across the state. Read Also .’’ Read Also.