IAS 2019 Announces Plenary Line-up…..Set To Focuse On Cutting-Edge Issues

6 February 2019 (Geneva, Switzerland) – The International AIDS Society (IAS) has announced the plenary presentations that will lead the 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019), which will take place in Mexico City, Mexico, on 21-24 July 2019. IAS 2019 is the largest open scientific conference on HIV and is expected to bring together more than 6,000 participants from more than 140 countries. “These plenaries were chosen to spotlight the most urgent developments in HIV science over the past year,” IAS 2019 Co-Chair and IAS President Dr Anton…

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Anambra Senatorial Race: How Odds Favour Umeh, Odua, Ukachukwu

Alphonsus NwezeAs expected the race for the   National Assembly  election in Anambra State especially   the Senatorial seats  slated to hold on January 16 this year along side presidential election in every ramification is a tight contest. The flag-bearers of the three dominant political parties in the State are expectedly, the top contenders in each of the three Senatorial zones. They are Chief Victor Umeh of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief (Mrs) Uche Ekwunife of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP),In APC Chief Sylvester Okonkwo and Where… are still…

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Human Right Groups Give Gov Obiano 3-Day Ultimatum To Arrest ASTMA Commaders

Two right groups, Human Rights, Liberty Access and Peace Defenders Foundation (HURIJE) and National Publicity Secretary Campaign for Democracy CD has given governor Willie Obiano three days ultimatum to arrest and prosecute two Anambra Traffic Maintenance Agency commanders in the state. The Board of Trustees Chairman of HURIJE, Comrade Dede Uzor A Uzor and CD National publicity Secretary, gave the ultimatum on behalf of the groups on Wednesday at the state capital while briefing newsmen on the activities of Anambra Traffic Management Agency. They said though the agency has been…

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Gov Okowa Laid Foundation For Smart Agenda In Public Procurement – Okeze

The Director-General of Delta State Public Procurement Commission (DSPPC), Mr Joseph Duke Okeze has disclosed that governor Ifeanyi Okowa has laid a foundation for the Smart Agenda in public procurement in the state. Mr Okeze made the disclosure on Tuesday in Asaba while declaring open a 2-day sensitization workshop for Contractors, Civil Society Organizations and the Media on ‘New Public Procurement Regime’ in Delta state. He said the governor’s Smart Agenda in relation to public procurement led to the enactment of the Delta State Public Procurement Law in 2016. According…

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