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Male organ stops growing at 21 – Aproko doctor

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Male organ stops growing at 21 – Aproko doctor.

Dr Chinonso Egemba popularly known as Aproko Doctor on microblogging app Twitter, has said that the male manhood stops growing at 21

The physician, who is in a habit of giving medical tips, in a video made this statement to dissuade guys purchasing products that promise to enlarge the visible male reproductive part.

According to him, the male manhood basically stops growing when a man turn 21 and there is no medical or herbal way that increases the size of the organ.

He further advised that men should rater learn how well to properly utilise the organ instead of looking to enlarge it.

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He said: “If you are watching this video and you are like 21 years old. I have news for you. Your manhood has stopped growing. You have come to the end of your watch. John Snow, your watch is over.

“I’m saying this because, some of you are in the DMs of all those places, and you are looking for “grow your manhood in three days or add five inches to the size of your penis”, and you are buying it.

“Emeka, let me just tell you that those things you are buying will not work. There is no medically or herbal way to increase the size of the manhood.

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“But you have bought it and you cannot come out and drag them because you realised it does not work. My advice to you is to leave them alone.

“Some of those drugs you are buying are damaging your kidneys. What is the component of it? You don’t know and you are just drinking it.

“My dear, so that you will not carry two problems in one body, that size you have, learn the skills of making use of it.”

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Over 5,000 nurses have left Nigeria in three years – Association

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Over 5,000 nurses have left Nigeria in three years – Association.

THE National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) on Friday decried the low investment and poor welfare for nurses and midwives across the country.

It disclosed that due to a sundry of reasons, including attacks, victimization, low remuneration, insecurity etc., over 5,000 nurses have left the country to developed countries in three years (between 2019 to 2022), while over 5,000 lost their lives to COVID-19 while in the line of duty in 2020.

The Association therefore urged the government on the need to protect, support and invest in the nursing profession, which will enable the country achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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The President of the NANNM, Comrade Michael Nnachi, stated this in Abuja, during a briefing to commemorate this year’s International Nurses Week and Scientific Conference, with the theme: Nurses: A voice to lead: invest in nursing and respect rights to secure global health.

He said: “Despite the commitment and sacrifices demonstrated by nurses and midwives, they are yet to be adequately compensated, recognized, valued, and respected, so as to be given the pride of place in the society.

“Frontline health workers are most vulnerable to risk. Worthy of note is that over 5,000 Nurses and Midwives lost their lives during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.”

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FMC Owo MD faces ICPC probe over ‘N176m COVID-19 fund fraud

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FMC Owo MD faces ICPC probe over ‘N176m COVID-19 fund fraud.

The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has grilled the Medical Director (MD) of Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Owo, Ondo State, Ahmed Adeagbo and one other over an alleged fraud involving N176 million COVID-19 intervention fund.

The Nation gathered that the ICPC office in Osogbo, Osun State, had sent a letter of invitation to Adeagbo and one other to appear before the commission.

It was learnt that the MD and an employee of the hospital arrived at the premises of the ICPC in GRA, Osogbo, around 11am for the interrogation that lasted for hours.

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The agency’s invitation, dated April 20, and addressed to the MD, also sought the presence of the Head of Finance and Accounts.

It stated that they should appear before the commission to show evidence of how the N176 million COVID-19 intervention fund and other monies were spent by the hospital’s management.

“You are to show the evidence of how the alleged amount of N186, 817,307 was spent with approvals and relevant documents, establish the purpose of the COVID-19 intervention funds and beneficiaries of the fund.”

When contacted on phone, the MD declined to comment on the ICPC his invitation.

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NGO sensitises community on malaria prevention, treatment

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NGO sensitises community on malaria prevention, treatment.

Clearline International, an HMO, has partnered Greenlife Pharmaceuticals to distribute sensitise residents of Ilaje Community on prevention and treatment of malaria.

They also donated treated mosquito nets, insecticides and anti-malaria medicines to the people

General Manager (Stakeholders’ Management and Contact Centre) of ClearlineHMO, Chidinma Chigbo said: “We want to stop the scourge of malaria. We use this day to raise awareness on the causes, effects and prevention of malaria, and essentially reduce the disease burden across the country.

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“Ilaje-Bariga is a riverine area, so we are here to sensitise the residents on what causes malaria, and how to prevent it going forward. Static water, ditches or clogged gutters in their environments can breed mosquitos. They were also advised to sleep under the treated nets we gave them to prevent bites which can cause malaria.”

Area Manager of Greenlife Pharmaceuticals Limited, Dr. Wilfred Okolie, explained that Nigeria has a greater percentage of malaria cases, hence the need to provide therapeutic options for communities. “We are glad to jump on the partnership with ClearlineHMO Limited,” he said.

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“Early treatment of malaria goes a long way to prevent complications, especially in children. For us at Greenlife, we have contributed much to the fight against malaria, through the provision of therapeutic options, and today, the residents will be given anti-malaria medicines,” he added.

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