Friday, November 16, 2012
Despite her return to Nigeria in pomp and circumstance about one month ago, First Lady Patience Jonathan is still sick, SaharaReporters sources say. Saharareporters learned that shortly after the public relations exercise that attended her return, she retired into a medically-induced bed rest that has her kept her away from the public, unable to attend to official duties.
Olufemi Adu With First Runner Up Emmanuella Egoigbo(r)
& 2nd Runner Up Chinaza Chimalu (l)
The Miss Big World Nigeria pageant took place last Saturday November 10th at the prestigious Sheraton Hotels and Towers, Abuja with Olufemi Adu Felicia, 25, a graduate of mass communication (pictured above left) crowned winner.
Midwives at a Botswana clinic are using their mobile phones as a source of light when delivering babies at night due to a lack of electricity in Kweneng district to the country’s south-east, Africa Review reports.
Kweneng East legislator Moeng Pheto this week told Parliament that the situation was bad and nurses have been left with no choice but to use cellphone lighting when monitoring the progression of labour in pregnant women.