Health

Dr Deaths: Is Dr Tamsir Mbowe Guilty?

Dr Deaths: Is Dr Tamsir Mbowe Guilty?

History is full of medically trained Doctors who killed in helping ruthless tyrants stay in power or achieve their goals. In apartheid South Africa, doctors are said to play a major part in secret killings. However, Kairo News has recently been alerted at the daring[Read More…]

by October 19, 2015 16 comments Editorial, Health
Radio Show Today: Diaspora Talking Points

Radio Show Today: Diaspora Talking Points

Natariko radio show today deals with many issues. First things first, the historical narration of the Kabou/Futa battle and the exchanges leading to the battle final fall of Kansala. Almamy Bakary of Futa Timbo and Mama Janky Wally of Kabou had heated exchanges before tthe[Read More…]

by November 18, 2014 4 comments Culture, Health, Religion

Ebola: The Status

A key reason why the World Health Organisation and leading health groups have warned that the epidemic will take months to bring under control and may effect up to 2000 people is that no health crisis can be swiftly and sustainably resolved with weak health[Read More…]

by September 10, 2014 0 comments Health
‘Diseases Have No Boundary’

‘Diseases Have No Boundary’

The deputy Director of Health Promotion and Education has defended the Gambia’s readiness for the deadly Ebola virus, saying “diseases have no boundary.” “Ebola is a killer disease that is fast growing within the sub-Saharan Africa,” Muhammed Saho told journalist at the National Nutrition Agency[Read More…]

by June 14, 2014 0 comments Editorial, Health
Gambia Ready For Deadly Ebola

Gambia Ready For Deadly Ebola

The World Health Organization (WHO) has prepared the Gambia to contain a possible outbreak of the deadly Ebola outbreak. This is made possible through the provision of assortment of medical and other supplies to the West African nation on Tuesday. The provisions include 4,000 sets[Read More…]

by June 12, 2014 0 comments Health, Society

Scars Of River Blindness In Ghana

In his continuing series on river blindness in Northern Ghana, Investigative Journalist report on how the disease is wrecking havoc on local communities in the Upper East Region of Northern Ghana where the impact of the river blindness is most severer. The story is part[Read More…]

by March 16, 2014 0 comments Health