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Get Inspired! Check out the latest trend and create your style. A number of designs take on a different appearance when viewed from the left or right, resulting in infinite ways to wear it. A range of bold blue shades and overpowering earthy tones are highlighted by bright accents of yellow and pink. What's hot at the moment? COLOUR BLOCKING!

It's wedding season!

Hello bride-to-be! Forever is not a word…rather a place where two lovers go when true love takes them there. Love can never go out of style. Check out our wedding posts if you are looking for asoebi inspiration.


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Celebrating Girl Power

CLAN, a premium ready to wear brand under the conglomerate that heralds Deola, House of Deola is spearheading a campaign for women tagged ‘SHE, The Power Woman Campaign.’ The campaign is an attempt to reveal what drives and inspires these powerful women to go above and beyond in their respective fields. It examines 11 women in the economy who have made a difference in their various industries.


Olamild Ent. has partnered with IBAKA TV to bring you the hottest African movies. Beginning May 2013, you may watch and share free movies right here on Olamild Entertainment. We are delighted to partner with IBAKA TV as they have the largest top quality collection of African Movies.


With New Year’s Resolutions a fading memory, it’s time to renew your focus on eating healthy again. With that in mind, take on a Spring Healthy Eating Challenge. It’s designed to help you change your eating for the better, making small changes, and doing it with friends and family.

Here’s the challenge:
1. Pick one small healthy change to make a week (see list below).
2. Commit publicly to the challenge, and tell everyone what your change is each week (optional).
3. Put your entire focus on making that change happen. Set reminders, put visual reminders around your house.
4. Review at the end of each week. Did you do 5+ days of your change? Success! Tell everyone about it. If not, figure out what your obstacle is and plan to beat it.
5. If you were successful, pick another change to make the next week, but also continue your first change. By the end of the four weeks, you should have four solid changes if all goes well. If you weren’t successful, just continue the same change (or pick a different one if you didn’t like that one) and try again, but this time with a plan to get around the obstacle.

This is a general recipe for making small changes in your life, but healthy eating can be especially difficult, so it may be helpful to do this challenge with your family and friends.

Small Healthy Eating Changes
Here are some ideas for small changes.
  1. Add a vegetable to lunch
  2. Add a vegetable to dinner
  3. Eat a vegetable or fruit for a snack
  4. Add fruit to breakfast
  5. Prepare a healthy snack for when you feel like snacking (carrots, grapes, nuts, banana, raisins)
  6. Change a grain at lunch to a whole grain
  7. Change a grain at dinner to a whole grain
  8. Find a healthy breakfast recipe and try it
  9. Pick a healthy recipe and cook 2 to 3 days’ worth of it (there are thousands online)
  10. Pick a healthier protein for one meal (lean meats, plant-based protein)
  11. Eat no fried foods
  12. Replace sweets with fruit
  13. No liquid calories before lunch (tea, water and black coffee are okay)
  14. No liquid calories after lunch (tea, water and black coffee are okay)
  15. Reduce alcohol intake to one drink
  16. Drink more water (set your goal yourself)
  17. Create a daily meal plan
  18. Control portion sizes (set your goal yourself)
  19. Eat slowly and mindfully for one meal a day
  20. Eat whole food instead of prepared food for one meal a day
  21. Eat a salad every day
  22. Replace soda with water or tea
  23. Before going for seconds, take a 5-minute break
  24. Cook one meal a day at home
  25. Discover the pleasures of a new food
  26. Add more fiber to your diet (vegetables, whole grains, nuts, beans)
  27. Switch starches for non-starchy veggies at one meal a day
  28. Try cooking dinner without using oil or added fat
Again, these are just a few ideas to get you started. Brainstorm a list of healthy eating changes that you'd like to make in your life!


At the 8th edition of the Lagos Fashion Week which took place in October 2018, nine semi-finalists who applied to be part of the Fashion Focus programme were selected to move to the interview stage. Out of this nine African creatives, five finalists have been chosen after series of interviews based on an assessment criterion that focused on their creative and commercial vision.

They include Mohammed Jafaru Larry of Larry Jay (Ghana), Linda Mukangoga of Haute Baso (Rwanda), Amali Curtis of ILI (Nigeria), Katungulu Mwendwa (Kenya) and Ilse-Naolila Teixeira (Angola). They will each receive creative development support, opportunities to develop their samples, produce a capsule collection at the NEPC Human Capital Development Centre and also apply for Fashion Focus Fund 2020 in collaboration with FETS Wallet. They will also be able to show at Heineken Lagos Fashion Week 2019 and have business development support.

Fashion Focus is an annual program that presents great opportunities for young designers to harness their skills and promote their talent in the fashion industry. Designers who benefited from past programmes include Kenneth Ize, Maxivive, Orange Culture, Sisiano, Iamisigo and lots more.


The sixth edition of the Kampala Fashion Week will take place from 26th – 28th of September, 2019. Showcase applications will open from February 28th, 2019 and those who would love to be part of it can apply by sending their designer portfolio to info@kampalafashionweek.com.

Kampala Fashion Week is powered by the Ugandan Fashion Council and was created to support and strengthen the design industry in Uganda as well as enhance the cultural and creative talent that the continent has to offer.


CLAN, a premium ready to wear brand under the conglomerate that heralds Deola, House of Deola is spearheading a campaign for women tagged ‘SHE, The Power Woman Campaign.’ The campaign is an attempt to reveal what drives and inspires these powerful women to go above and beyond in their respective fields. It examines 11 women in the economy who have made a difference in their various industries. The industries range from legal, food and confectionary to public relations, finance, culture and the Arts, home making, human capital development, and creative, retail lifestyle.

These success driven power women include:

Tosin Durotoye: Founder of the Bloom Africa is a town planner turned technology strategist who established the first female-focused tech accelerator program in Nigeria. Her industry is Technology.

Rewa Udoji: Founder of female-owned hedge fund, Cranstoun, is a celebrated artist whose recent exhibition INU NWUNYE, Bride Price is showing at the Jonathan Ferrara Gallery in New Orleans. 

Reni Folawiyo: Owner of fashion luxury store, ALARA, is committed to promoting African luxury and lifestyle through the empowerment of local artisans. She is currently listed on the BoF500. Her industry is Creative, retail and lifestyle.

Detoun Ogwo: Co-founder of AGDC, is a development and Human Resources practitioner who sits on the board of several organisations including the Skill Development Practise. Her industry is Human Capital Development.

Temi Awogboro: Investment professional, has decades of experience in finance and is a World Economic Forum Shaper with the Lagos Hub and Alumni Ambassador of the London Hub. Her industry is Finance.

Fran Asemota: Mumpreneur uses her experience in home-making to commercialise and curate lasting homely pleasures. Her industry is Homemaking.

Alero Adollo: Head of Private Banking at FCMB has experience in Consumer, Commercial, Retail and Electronic banking. Her industry is Finance.

Tokini Peterside: Founder of ART X was named one of the Quartz Africa Innovators, a list of the continent’s Top 30 pioneers. Her industry is Culture and the Arts. 

Bidemi Zakariyau: CEO of LSF|PR received a certificate of excellence by the SABRE Awards in 2018 and she is also listed by Forbes Africa as one of the game-changers in business on the prestigious 30 under 30 list in 2018. Her industry is Public Relations.

Tayo Bolodeoku: Founder of Hans and Rene is a trained pastry chef, Nigeria’s first ‘made in Nigeria’ gelataria. Her industry is Food and Confectionary.

Dr. Myma A. Belo-Osagie: Senior Partner in law firm of Udo Udoma & Belo-Osagie, focuses on advising international corporates establishing businesses in Nigeria. She is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Her industry is Legal.

The campaign was shot by photographer, Jerrie Rotimi, Make up by Odiri DidiIt, Hair by Sari Signature and Creative direction by Teni Sagoe.

Source: Haute Fashion Africa 


Nigerian model Eniola Abioro stars in Revlon’s new candid campaign named “I can. So I did.”

Selected as one of the brand ambassadors to Revlon, she was part of the launch of the PhotoReady Candid makeup line. This campaign was done to inspire women to move from not only being confident in their potential for great things but to actually achieve those great things whether big or small.

Being true to herself, Eniola reveals where her inner strength lies during the campaign. Her shots were taken by Photographer Mario Sorrenti.


From creating heart-shaped rain to bursting out the Gwara Gwara dance move in appreciation of a life well lived, this moving video proves that beauty, hope, and inspiration can come from grief. Out of sight is never out of mind for those whom we treasure and hold dear to our hearts. This can be said for Tychi Phibz who just released a new song/video titled Open Spaces. This song is Tychi’s ode to her beloved mother, who passed on to glory in 2017. The animated video is nothing short of refreshing. Push play and enjoy!

Open Spaces is a song for everyone and anyone who is dealing or has dealt with a transition of a loved one and believes despite all, I have room enough to be the best version of myself living my best life and cherishing those moments shared with this wonderful soul who has transitioned.” – Tychi Phibz


Forever, we have, uhhh!
BV: hey (6x)
Forever, we have uhh uhhh!
BV: hey (6x)
Forever, we have uhh uhhh!
BV: hey (6x)

More than a woman you, touch many lives.
Super human, you transform mankind.
More than deserves an applause
Earth is that all you’ve got, give me more
I’m talking ‘bout when heaven stood still
To welcome Gods general indeed
More than deserves an applause
Earth is that all you’ve got, give me more
BV: I love you all the way, aaaaay….
Tupe tupe tara tuptera tupte tupera (2x) [Scats]
Eternal love is what we have so I might as well start our heaven now
BV: I love you all the way, aaaaay….
Start it right now!

I can see you in heaven
I thruway my own salute ti ehhh
Response:  atuputapa, taptetapa, atuputapa taptatetapa
Aduke, keke
Response:  atuputapa, taptetapa
Shey it’s golden? God is showing you what I’m about to do, ehhhh
Cos I can’t wait to
Response:  atuputapa, taptetapa, atuputapa taptatetapa
Shey you know my way
Response:  atuputapa, taptetapa


Dance on replay
Response: ghen ghen
Love on replay
Open spaces
Response: ghen ghen
Everybody irie
Mama, for the love you show, i owe you uncountable (2x)
Dance on replay
Response: uncountable
Love on reply
Response: uncountable
Open spaces
Response: ghen ghen
Everybody irie
Now, we go’in party (2x)


Always on my sunshine
BV: On N’ on N’ on
Cos you live inside my heart uh-ah
Mama!!! Aduke!!! Keke
Cos ain't nobody, love you reach pass me.
Make me jaiye
Rain, rain come again ah-ahn
Keep on falling on me ah-ahn


Gave me love like it’s fluid
No i can’t live without it
Part of me now I’m cupid
Super love super human
high e ya high, high, high high


Dance on reply
Response: ghen ghen
Love on reply
Open spaces
Response: ghen ghen
Everybody irie
Mama, for the love you show, i owe you uncountable (2x)
Oya she, she
She mineee
She she
She mineee
Mama, for the love you show, i owe you uncountable (2x)
Oya she, she
She mineee
She she
She mineee


The 13th edition of The Future Awards Africa (TFAA), the continent’s biggest youth event continues to generate online and offline excitement and anticipation with its event invite and style guide showcasing the best of Nigeria’s people, culture, resources, and diversity. The invitation card design reflects the unique elements that bind us together as a nation as we inch closer to the upcoming 2019 general elections. The TFAA event style guide also emphasizes the strength of our rich and enduring culture. The guide which is ‘Glam with a Touch of Culture’ is created by award-winning designers, Lady Biba, Jane Michael, and Muktar Onifade with illustration by Lean Kid. Once you get your invite, please play the guessing game in the card so we know how well you know Nigeria. Take a video and tag @tfaafrica for a repost. 

Official hashtags for this year’s awards is #TFAA2018 and #NigeriasNewTribe. The Future Awards Africa 2018‎ is presented by The Future Project, Guaranty Trust Bank, and H20h. ###

 About The Future Awards Africa 

 The Future Awards Africa has been called the ‘Nobel Prize for Young Africans’, and the ‘most important youth awards’ by Forbes. It is a set of prizes given annually to celebrate and accelerate innovation, creativity and enterprise amongst young Africans aged 18 – 31. It has produced over 150 winners and over 1550 nominees since its first edition in 2006. It is presented in conjunction with The Future Project, which has a mandate to build empowered citizens across Africa, through (inclusive) enterprise and (active) citizenship. This focus on Human Capital Development is informed by our value proposition: Africa's growth needs a generation of young people who are gainfully employed and able to demand and secure better leadership. Our projects include Aiki.ng, an employability portal presented with Microsoft; the Nigeria Symposium for Young & Emerging Leaders, #StartupsAfrica, Intern4Jobs, YMonitor.org presented with National Endowment for Democracy (NED), The Future Enterprise Support Scheme and The Future Awards Africa, described as 'The Nobel Prize for Young Africans'


The Grammys has been known to celebrate artistic excellence in the music industry, so its ad campaigns often depict the recording academy’s eccentric taste in music, coupled with its knack for something out of the ordinary. In anticipation of its 61st awards show, the recording academy released a #LetsHearIt ad on its Instagram account on Friday, Dec 7, 2018. 

The 27 seconds ad featured music from none other than Nigeria’s own IBK Spaceshipboi. IBK Spaceshipboi, who is as renowned for his career as an artist as he is for his work as a producer, made history as the first Nigerian to make music for a Grammy ad.

Earlier today, IBK Spaceshipboi reposted the ad video and shared the good news via Instagram. He wrote: Music by: IBK SPACESHIPBOI. πŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸΏπŸ™ŒπŸΌ   I remember my first time pushing the "on" button to watch American television. I am a sucker for commercials so I watched the ads religiously so much so that my girlfriend at the time would yell from the living room "they are showing your commercials oh!". I told myself "1 day, you will create music that will be on one of these commercials". So I started paying attention to the genres of music that thrived in that industry and became inspired to create 6 pieces at the time. Fast forward 2 years later, I get a call from the awesome team at Sostereo saying the Grammy's would love to use 1 of my pieces for the 2019 commercial and would love if you could spruce it up a bit. So spruce it I did πŸ˜ and the rest is good history. From thought to reality, my music now plays on a Grammy commercial on American television. This Warri boy from Nigeria; God writes the story, we just act it out.
#GRAMMYs #goodmusic #music #commercial #nominations #grammy2019 #greatness #rock #award #predestined #excellence #blackexcellence #dreamscometrue #yourdreamsarevalid #producer #naijatotheworld #anythingispossible #tvcommerials #theGRAMMYs #GRAMMYcommercial #african #bestband #musicflow #themusicexplorer #live #LetsHearIt

IBK Spaceshipboi should probably add HistoryMaker to his profile, considering the fact that he made history with his 2017 album titled “MUSIC FOR COMMERCIALS VOL. 1 – A SPACESHIPBOI EXPERIMENT.” The 10 minute album featuring 10 songs in 10 different genres was the first of its kind. He also made history when he created the music content for the BET CYPHER featuring Nigeria rap acts at the BET HIP-HOP AWARDS 2011. He has lived up to the Spaceshipboi name, consistently crafting something out of space. It’s no wonder that his craft is Grammy ad worthy. The Grammys is America’s biggest music awards show and we’re proud to know that IBK Spaceshipboi made commercial music for the 2019 Grammy ad. #LetsHearIt for IBK Spaceshipboi for this awesome achievement.

Connect with IBK Spaceshipboi on social media using one or all of the following links: InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTubeSoundcloud


Ibukun Emuwawon (popularly known as IBK Spaceshipboi) is a Nigerian music producer, and an
award winning recording and performing artist. He was born and raised in Warri, Nigeria. He began his musical career in 2009 and captured the public’s eye in 2011 when he emerged as the winner of the Don Jazzy #Enigma Beat Competition. He won the BEST HIP HOP ARTIST category at the NIGERIAN GOSPEL AWARDS 2013 and later went on to win the CRYSTAL AWARDS for the same category in 2014.

He’s since released several singles including Padeya, which was featured on Elton John’s Rocket Hour show and Ebro Darden’s Beats1 radio show. IBK Spaceshipboi uses his music as a tool to propagate positive messages and inspire the world. He intends to travel to all 195 countries to create uplifting music with local musicians, and to promote his WorldRadio by Spaceshipboi project—a compilation of original music aimed at showcasing the beauty in the world and destroying the negative stereotypes we have about the featured country. http://www.ibkspaceshipboi.com/


The Recording Academy represents the voices of performers, songwriters, producers, engineers, and all music professionals. Dedicated to ensuring the recording arts remain a thriving part of our shared cultural heritage, the Academy honors music's history while investing in its future through the GRAMMY Museum®, advocates on behalf of music creators, supports music people in times of need through MusiCares, and celebrates artistic excellence through the GRAMMY Awards®—music's only peer-recognized accolade and highest achievement. As the world's leading society of music professionals, we work year-round to foster a more inspiring world for creators.


Nigeria’s music wonder woman, Omawumi has teamed up with Falz to give fans a new love anthem titled, Hold my Baby.

Following the release of her enthralling street single, Malowa, Omawumi is set to retake the airwaves with her latest masterpiece featuring rapper, Falz. Hold my Baby is off Omawumi’s upcoming EP which will also feature her hit single, Me Ke with Kizz Daniel and other leading artistes.

The jam which features a retro feel coupled with great lyrical delivery by Falz, is a testament to the inventiveness and all-round ability of Omawumi. Produced by Sess , Hold my Baby promises to dominate the airwaves this season.

Find download link below: https://vydia.lnk.to/OmawumiFalzHoldMyBaby
About Omawumi
Omawumi Megbele is a vivacious singer, songwriter and actress prominent in Nigeria’s music scene. She is known by many simply as Omawumi following her exploits at the West African Idols, a reality TV show. She has gone on to release successful singles and albums including Wonder Woman, The Lasso of Truth and Timeless.


Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for
recognizing the central role of blacks in U.S. history. The event grew out of “Negro History Week,” the brainchild of noted historian Carter G. Woodson and other prominent African Americans.

Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. Other countries around the world, including Canada and the United Kingdom, also devote a month to celebrating black history. The contributions of African-Americans have been invaluable to our society at large. While there is no blueprint for how to celebrate Black History Month, there are many things to do in and around your city as we celebrate this special month.

Here at Olamild Ent., we are celebrating by sharing these 6 facts that you probably never knew.

► You probably know that Maya Angelou was the first African-American woman to write a non-fiction best-seller. But perhaps you don't know that Phillis Wheatley was the first published African- American female author. She was a servant who published her first poem at the age of 12 in the mid-1700s.

► Liberia was founded and colonized by expatriates. The West African country is one of two sovereign states in the world started as a colony for ex-slaves and marginalized blacks. Sierra Leone is the other.

► Lincoln University in Pennsylvania is the United States' first degree-granting historically black university. It paved the way for the 104 other historically black colleges, which have produced distinguished alums like Thurgood Marshall, Spike Lee and Oprah.

► Shirley Chisholm was the first black woman elected to Congress in 1968 and the first black major-party presidential candidate.

► Tice Davids, a runaway slave from Kentucky, was the inspiration for the first usage of the term “Underground Railroad.” When he swam across the Ohio River to freedom, his former owner assumed he’d drowned and told the local paper if Davids had escaped, he must have traveled on "an underground railroad." (Davids actually made it alive and well.)

► You might know that Ella Fitzgerald and Count Basie were the first African-Americans to win GRAMMY Awards. But did you know that Hattie McDaniel, the first African-American to win an Oscar, was not allowed to attend the national premier of Gone with the Wind, the film featuring her winning performance, because she was black?


Billy Graham, one of the world's most famous Christian evangelists, has died, a family spokesman said today. He was 99. Graham died at his North Carolina home this morning, the spokesman said.

Known as "America's pastor," Graham was a key figure in the revival of the U.S. evangelical
Christian movement. The preacher began holding revival meetings in the 1940s and went on to become an adviser to several U.S. presidents. He had been in poor health in recent years, and had turned his international ministry over to son Franklin Graham.

  • He spoke to over 200 million people in his lifetime.
  • He met every American president starting with Harriet Truman all the way to Barrack Obama
  • He was a key figure in reviving the American evangelical movement.
  • He was the first Christian to preach publicly behind the iron curtain.
Despite numerous hospitalizations in recent years, Graham's work remained in the public eye late into his life. In 2011, around his 93rd birthday, he released what The Associated Press said was his 30th book, "Nearing Home: Life, Faith, and Finishing Well," on the subject of aging. Also in 2011, audio files documenting six decades of his ministry were put online in a searchable database. Graham brought evangelical Christianity into the mainstream.

As a spiritual adviser to U.S. presidents, he had great access to the White House. "Each one I've known long before they ever became president, been in their homes many times; always called them by their first names, until they became president," Graham said of several former presidents.

He was especially close to Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan and both Bushes. Bill Clinton turned to him after his much publicized sex scandal, and George W. Bush credited Graham with helping him to quit drinking alcohol. When asked how his life would be different if it were not for Billy Graham, George W. Bush said simply, "I wouldn't be president."

Donald and Melania Trump met Graham at the preacher's 95th birthday party in 2013, but they never met after Trump took office as president. The evangelist brought his "Billy Graham Crusades" around the world, preaching to more than 210 million people in 185 countries and territories. His largest such gathering drew 1 million people in Seoul, South Korea, in the 1970s.

Source: ABC news


Today we celebrate the life of Nigerian football icon Stephen Keshi. Football took Keshi all over the
world, as he played across Africa, Europe, and the US. Known affectionately as “Big Boss,” he was beloved as a player for Nigeria’s national team, where he earned more than 60 caps, each for an appearance in an international match, and represented the country at the FIFA World Cup and Africa Cup of Nations.

After his great success as a player, Keshi moved into the next phase of his career: coaching. When the “Big Boss” became coach of the Togo national team, he brought his trademark passion with him. Against the odds, Keshi led Togo all the way to a qualifying spot in the 2006 World Cup in Germany.

He achieved his personal dream in 2011, when he became the Nigerian national coach, cementing his place in African (and world) football history. Coaching the Nigerian team, Keshi won the African Cup of Nations in 2013, and in 2014 became the first coach of an African nation to make it to the knockout round of a World Cup.

Keshi is one of only two men to win the Africa Cup of Nations as both a player and a manager - a testament to his wit, talent, and love for the sport.

A big cheer for this football legend, on what would’ve been his 56th birthday!

Source: Google Doodle


Celebrate the Year of the Dog at this fest that is spread over 2 weekends. All are welcome to share and observe the Southeast Asian cultures and traditions with nightly concerts, daytime cultural performances, food vendors, fresh flower market, kids zone, firecrackers and more.

This year's special guest is Kechi Okwuchi, finalist on America's Got Talent, who will perform during the opening ceremony on Feb. 9. Admission and parking are free. For more information, visit the GuideLive  page.

About Kechi Okwuchi

Kechi is one of the two survivors of the Sosoliso plane crash, which occurred in Port Harcourt, Nigeria in 2005. The plane crash claimed the lives of 107 passengers, most of which were school students. Kechi was lucky to survive and has had over 100 surgeries because of the burns she suffered on over 65% of her body from the crash. Kechi uses music as an escape/therapy from all the pain she feels.     


On January 13, 2018, Omawumi Megbele got married to her beau Tosin Yusuf in a beautiful traditional ceremony in the city of Warri, Nigeria. The couple did a court wedding in 2015 and are blessed with two beautiful children.

Should we expect a church ceremony after this? Stay tuned! In the meantime, congratulate the lovebirds and send them your best wishes.

Follow @Olamildent on Instagram for more updates.

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Ex-Big Brother Naija housemate, Bisola Aiyeola answered our secret questions and it was hilarious. Bisola who had really interesting answers opted for a man with money over a man who is good in bed when asked to pick one.

Watch Bisola share how Romantic she is, what she looks out for in a man and more. Enjoy!!


- In Kantudu community, there is no doctor, no medicine and cows serve as ambulances

In 2017, Kannywood Star Ali Nuhu and the ONE Campaign visited Kantudu community in Kano where they experienced first-hand, the stark reality of the health care crisis in Nigeria. In Kantudu community, the health care centre is in tatters, the centre lacks facilities, manpower and even medicine; women and children are the most vulnerable. With no ambulance in sight, the community employs the use of cows hitched to a cart to carry the ill to the medical centre.

According to the National Health Act 2014, all Nigerians shall be entitled to a basic minimum package of health services. Without this basic package of services, Nigerian mothers will continue to die at high rates in childbirth while others die from illnesses like diabetes, and the lack of emergency medical treatment for road traffic injuries.

Serah Makka-Ugbabe, the ONE in Nigeria Country Director said in a statement released in Abuja: “The Nigerian health sector remains in crisis. In the last decade we have not seen appreciable enhancements to the quality of healthcare for Nigerians. Instead, we have observed a decline. How long will we continue accept such decay in the health sector? It is time for a step-change. It is time to ensure that all Nigerians have access to maternal, newborn, immunization, emergency and routine care at a minimum standard.

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