Showing posts with label kingdom. Show all posts
Showing posts with label kingdom. Show all posts

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Worrisome!!! Nigerian Doctors Second-Most Blacklisted In The United Kingdom

Recent statistics released by the UK General Medical Council reveals an unpleasant reputation for Nigeria-trained doctors practising in the United Kingdom.  According to the figures released under the Freedom of Information Request by Daily Mail UK, three-quarters of the doctors struck off the General Medical Council (GMC) register in the past five years are foreign-trained.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Fighting in Edo community over manhood initiation

Many residents of South Ibie Kingdom, near Auchi, Etsako East Local Government, Edo  State  on Tuesday fled the community as fighting broke out between youths and the police.
The News Agency of Nigeria, reports that the fight broke out following a dispute between the monarch and some sections   of the kingdom on whether to hold the Manhood Initiation Celebration during Eid-el-kabir.

Friday, October 19, 2012

UK court allows Nigerian couple to keep stolen baby

A couple, who could not have children, have been told by a United Kingdom High Court they can keep a baby born in Nigeria, despite tests showing they were not the child’s biological parents.
The mother said she was tricked by a doctor into believing she had given birth while sedated, after she went to Nigeria for fertility treatment, BBC reports.
The local authority had claimed the couple’s story was a “charade.”
But the judge ruled they were victims of an “appalling scam.”
The presiding judge Mr Justice Coleridge added the case was “extraordinary, bizarre and worrying.”
Charities meanwhile have raised concerns about the judgement, warning it may encourage trafficking.
At the High Court on Thursday, Mr Justice Coleridge ruled that the pair, who he described as people of the “highest calibre”, should be given custody of the girl who is nearly two years old.
The couple – who live in London but cannot be named for legal reasons – failed to conceive a child despite undergoing IVF treatment in the UK.
They were said to be “desperate and distressed.”
In 2010, the couple travelled to Nigeria where the woman received fertility treatment at a private clinic.

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Animal Kingdom By Pelumi Olatinpo

I am afraid. I am deeply afraid. You see, when you are young, somewhere in your teen years, the world allows you a level of ignorance, a level of naïveté in most things.

Sunday, September 30, 2012

UK builder unveils management services company

Leading United Kingdom builder, Barratt, has announced that it is to launch an in-house management services company for London developments.
Called Barratt Residential Asset Management, the firm said it aims to ensure Barratt’s customer service is extended through the life of the company’s developments.
Barratt London is the first developer outside the retirement sector to launch an in-house management company and this builds on the company’s commitment to customer service which already includes Barratt’s unique five year warranty, according to
The objective will be to give the company a competitive edge in large leasehold developments where the management of common areas and service charges can become an issue. It is structured not to be profitable in its own right.

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