Commissioner Move to Save Over 260 Malnourished Children in Rimi, Jibia (Photos)

The honorable commissioner of women affairs Dr. Badiyya Hassan Mashi has commended governor Masari’s effort toward assisting women and children in the state. Dr. Badiyya made the commendation while donating locally made dietary supplement called Garin Lapia to over 260 malnourished children in Sabon garin Kalgo and Dangarin Kada villages of Rimi and Jibia local government areas of Katsina state. While donating, the commissioner described healthy condition, proper upbringing and education as leading ingredients in realizing valuable society. She pointed out that governor Masari-led administration has so far recorded success…

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7 Health Benefits of Ginger You Don’t Know

Health Benefits Historically, ginger has a long tradition of being very effective in alleviating symptoms of gastrointestinal distress. In herbal medicine, ginger is regarded as an excellent carminative (a substance which promotes the elimination of intestinal gas) and intestinal spasmolytic (a substance which relaxes and soothes the intestinal tract). Modern scientific research has revealed that ginger possesses numerous therapeutic properties including antioxidant effects, an ability to inhibit the formation of inflammatory compounds, and direct anti-inflammatory effects. Gastrointestinal Relief A clue to ginger’s success in eliminating gastrointestinal distress is offered by recent double-blind studies, which…

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How Katsina doctors battles to save a boy with burnt manhood

A four-year-old boy, Anas Abdulhadi, is currently battling to regain the use of his manhood after he suffered burns from hot water while playing at his father’s residence in Katsina. Punch reports It was learnt that Abdulhadi suffered severe burns in his groins after falling into a pot of hot water, which was allegedly prepared by his stepmother. Doctors at the General Hospital, Katsina, where the minor was first treated, said he may need to undergo physiotherapy after the open wounds might have healed up, to enable him to regain…

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Katsina Govt. Earmarks N350m For Treatment Of Malnourished Children

The Katsina State Government has released N350 million as its contribution to UNICEF for the purchase of Ready-to-Use-Therapeutic-Food (RUTF) for treatment of malnourished children in the state. The Special Adviser to the governor on Budget and Planning, Alhaji Abdullahi Imam, disclosed on Tuesday in Katsina, while signing the agreement on behalf of the State Government. Imam said that was part of the state government commitment toward improving the living condition of the malnourished children. “The government is committed to the plight of malnourished children, it will continue to provide its…

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Mani Local Government To Get School Of Midwifery

The Katsina state government has again reiterated its readiness towards building the school of post basic school of midwifery in Mani local government area. Masari disclosed this when he received a solidarity and thank you visit by communities of Mani local government under the leadership of the district head of Mani Alh Babanni Isah and member state house of assembly representing Mani local government Aliyu Sabiu Muduru. The governor also pledged to solve the problem of water supply in the area and urged people of the area to remain united…

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ATTENTION! Katsina Post is looking for talented Reporters and Marketers (Read and Apply)

POST MULTIMEDIA –the publishers of Katsina Post (www.katsinapost.com) and Katsina Post HAUSA (www.hausa.katsinapost.com) as the largest and most visited Katsina based online media platform is looking for most talented media users, writers and marketers (as the case may be) who are passionate about general blogging with special interest to events happening in and around Katsina State. REQUIREMENTS: Educational Qualification: Fresh Graduates, Youth Corp members, National Diploma, Higher National Diploma, NCE. Must reside in either Katsina, Daura, Funtua, Dutsin-ma, Malumfashi, Mani or Kankia local governments. Good English and sound in Hausa. Excellent…

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Katsina Govt. Renames School of Health Kankia, 2 Others

The Katsina state government has approved the remaining of schools and colleges of health and Midwifery in Kankia, Daura and Malumfashi local government area. This was disclose in a letter signed by the schools provost addressing honorable commissioner of health on the development. According to the letter as seen by KATSINA POST, the schools of health technology Kankia and Daura was renamed as Kankiya Iro School of health technology and Sani Zangon Daura school of health technology Daura respectively. While School of Midwifery Malumfashi renamed as Nana Babayo School of…

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Panic as snake crawls up man’s car while driving in Katsina

A Man in Katsina had the fright of his life when he was driving along Yahaya Madaki Way and a 4-foot snake sneak from under seat to his feet. The horrible incidence which occurred around 4 pm resulted to crowding of sympathizers and passengers passing along the road. Narrating the incidence to KATSINA POST, the driver who pleaded anonymity expressed dismay which he attributed the event as an act of God. According to the driver, the car was abandoned for 6 months without being driven which leads to the snake…

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How Doctor’s strike affects patients in FMC Katsina

Several patients are been relocated to state government or private hospitals in Katsina as the strike by resident doctors of the Federal Medical Center Katsina enters its second day. A visit to the hospital revealed that most patients with their loved ones have resorted to seeking other options since the doctors joined the nationwide strike. A patient, Bashir Hassan, said they rushed their sick brother to the hospital only to meet the doctors are on strike as such we have to seek other alternatives. Speaking on the strike, president of…

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Casual staff under health sector in Katsina state may get permanent appointment

The national chairman of the Nigeria Medical and Health Workers Union Katsina state chapter comrade Hussaini Hamisu Yanduna has urged the state government to first consider recruitment of casual staff serving at various local government areas in its subsequent recruitment exercise. The chairman discloses this while briefing newsmen on the recent development from Katsina state government for approving the payment of CONHESS to some omitted health workers across the state. He described the approval as welcome development on health sector, also commended the state government for the ongoing renovation exercise…

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