The President in a letter dated 9th February, 2022, and read on the floor on Wednesday by the Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, sought to replace Yaya-Kolade with Olugbenga Adeyanju, AIG (Rtd).
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Services in worship centres, including Mosques and Churches, had been suspended since March following the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Commissioner for Health, Dr. Mojisola Yaya-Kolade, announced this at a COVID-19 press briefing in Ado Ekiti, saying it was to curb the spread of the virus.
The Ekiti State Government on Friday said it has received a total N631 million from the COVID-19 Response Resource Mobilisation Committee set up last month to raise and manage funds and projects to aid government’s fight against the spread of the virus in the state.
The governor broke the news in a tweet on his verified Twitter handle on Saturday night, warning that residents needed to be more cautious about the pandemic.
The Ekiti State Government said on Friday that it has concluded arrangements to open its own COVID-19 testing laboratories in the next one week.
The Commissioner for Health, Dr. Mojisola Yaya-Kolade, said this on Wednesday during a news briefing
This was disclosed by the Ekiti State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Mojisola Yaya-Kolade, late on Monday
The Ekiti State Government says the 29-year-old pregnant woman who died in the state on Wednesday as a result of complications arising from the COVID-19, had been buried according to Islamic rights.
The state Commissioner for Health and Human Services, Dr. Mojisola Yaya-Kolade, confirmed the development at a press conference in Ado Ekiti.
The government said on Tuesday that the medical doctor was working with a private clinic before contracting the virus while treating the third case in the state, a 29-year old pregnant woman.
The explanation was offered by the State Commissioner for Health and Human Services, Dr. Mojisola Yaya-Kolade, in a statement on Wednesday.
The Commissioner for Health and Human Services, Dr Mojisola Yaya-Kolade, said this on Wednesday in Ado-Ekiti when she led the State Committee on Medical Quackery on a courtesy visit to the Commissioner of Police, Amba Asuquo.
The Commissioner for Health and Human Services, Dr Mojisola Yaya-Kolade, announced the closure during an unscheduled visit of the Medical Anti Quackery Committee set up by the state government to the hospitals.
Ekiti State undoubtedly has the most literate population in Nigeria. Put at about 99 per cent of young adults, and often reckoned as the state with most professors per family unit in Nigeria, Ekiti should boast of the most informed electorate. But many still argue that the “Aketes” aren’t that smart in their choice of leaders.