Health: How Governor Mai Mala Buni name found its place in Yobe State history

Health: How Governor Mai Mala Buni name found its place in Yobe State history

He built Nigeria’s largest maternity and baby hospital in Damaturu town

The institute is the largest and most environmentally friendly national university teaching hospital in Nigeria, located in Damaturu town.

The center consists of seven buildings with the following rooms:

First grade: (Gynecology)
32 gynecologist consultation rooms,
6 waiting areas,
6 prescription pharmacy,
4 lounges.

Second floor: (gynecological ward)
32 open compartments,
5 Call the duty room,
5 prescription pharmacy,
4 nurses station.

Third floor: (Special Nursing Ward)
28 septic baby unit,
10 birth units,
10 birth units
4 nurse stations,
10 mother’s room,
10 Breastfeeding/Meals,
5 Doctor’s Lounge,
5 nurse lounges,
5 Nurse Manager’s Office,
4 medical records and documents,
4 kitchen and shop.

Fourth Floor: (Labor and Theater Ward)
4 theater spaces,
2 recovery rooms,
6 rehabilitation wards,
6 offices,
4 meeting rooms,
4 computer rooms.

Fifth Floor: (Pediatric Ward)
40 compartments,
4 call rooms,
4 square pharmacy.

Sixth Floor: (Pediatric Emergency Ward)
20 cubicles,
8 offices.

Grade 7: (Obstetrics)
32 open compartments,
5 Call the duty room,
5 prescription pharmacy,
4 nurses station.


Building 8 Rehabilitation Center
40 isolation rooms.

The main teaching hospital of Yobe State University, Damaturu Town.

Bola Ahmad Tinubu Speaks on Providing Life Insurance for Families of Fallen Soldiers

The former governor of Lagos State and All Progressives Congress (APC) leader, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has expressed his concern for the families of fallen soldiers in a recent statement. Tinubu made the comments while addressing questions during a visit to the family of the late Chief of Army Staff, Ibrahim Attahiru, who tragically died in a plane crash earlier this year.

The APC leader suggested that life insurance policies should be put in place for soldiers and their families to ensure financial security in the event of the death of a serviceman or woman. He emphasized the need for the government to improve the overall welfare of military personnel and their families.

The initiative proposed by Tinubu addresses an important issue affecting many Nigerian families and aligns with the government’s aim to improve the living conditions of citizens and provide a secure future for all. By implementing life insurance policies for military personnel, families can rest assured that they will be taken care of in times of hardship and tragedy.

The move is also a positive step towards achieving better morale and improving the lives of those who serve the country. Tinubu’s practical solution to a pressing problem is a testament to his leadership and commitment to the people of Nigeria.

In conclusion, it is essential for the government to take the necessary steps to support our military personnel and their families, and provide them with the protection they need. Our fallen heroes’ sacrifices should not be in vain, and life insurance policies are just one way to ensure their families are taken care of. With this initiative, Tinubu has shown his dedication to making Nigeria a better place for all its citizens.


Oladeji Aloba, a young musician from Ikorodu in Lagos, aged 27, has passed away.

His death was confirmed by fellow musician MohBad.

Remembering Oladimeji Aloba: A Rising Star in the Nigerian Music Industry

The Nigerian music industry has lost another talented young artist. Oladimeji Aloba, known professionally as Aloba Fresh, passed away on Thursday, August 19, 2021, at the age of 27. Aloba, who hailed from Ikorodu, Lagos State, was a rising star in the Afro-pop and Fuji music genres.

The news of Aloba’s death was confirmed by fellow musician Ilerioluwa Oladimeji, popularly called MohBad, on his Instagram page. The cause of death is yet to be disclosed publicly.

Aloba began his music career in the Fuji music scene, where he established himself as a promising talent. He later ventured into the Afro-pop genre, where he quickly gained a following with his unique blend of Fuji and pop sounds. Aloba’s music was known for its infectious beats, catchy lyrics, and relatable themes.

Despite his young age, Aloba had already released several hit songs and collaborations with other artists in the Nigerian music industry. Some of his popular tracks include “Ft. Destiny Boy” and “Oloti” featuring Mr Benson.

Aloba’s death has come as a shock to his fans and colleagues in the Nigerian music industry, who have taken to social media to pay tribute to the late artist. Many have described him as a talented, hardworking and respectful young man who had a bright future ahead.

As we mourn the loss of Oladimeji Aloba, it’s important to celebrate his life and the impact he made in the Nigerian music industry. Aloba’s music will live on, and his legacy will inspire future generations of young artists to follow in his footsteps.

Rest in peace, Aloba Fresh. You will be missed.

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