Oyo State government, on Monday, sought the collaboration of Civil Society Organisations CSOs, in a bid to tackle the menace of improper refuse disposal and waste management in the state.
Efforts by the Government of Oyo State Government in controlling the spread of HIV in the state were on Friday recognised when the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) donated eight ambulances to the state. Director-General of the Agency, Dr. Gambo Aliyu Gumel, who was represented by Mr. Alex Ogundipe,…
Oyo State government on Thursday reiterated its continuous efforts at curtailing the spread of the outbreak of Lassa fever since the first case in January 2022.
The Oyo State Government has restated its commitment to the total eradication of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and other harmful traditional practices in the state.
The Oyo State Government has promised that it will continue to create a good system for the public and private health sector to deliver quality health services for all and sundry in the State.
The Oyo State government has distributed COVID-19 first aid kits to Non-Formal Learning Centers, under the Better Education Service Delivery for All (BESDA) programme, saying this is part of its efforts at ensuring rapid response to emergency situations at its learning centers.
Mrs. Emmanuelle Blatmann, Ambassador of France to Nigeria and Mrs. Zainab Ahmed, Federal Minister of Finance, Budget & National Planning, signed on 13 January the first loan from the Treasury to Nigeria since 1990.
Oyo State Governor, ‘Seyi Makinde, on Tuesday, received a COVID-19 booster shot to further protect against COVID-19. The governor, while flagging off the COVID-19 mass vaccination campaign in the state, held at the Aleshinloye Market, called on the people of the state to take advantage of the free service to get…
Oyo State government, on Wednesday, flagged off a dental health mission to benefit over 5,000 pupils drawn from 13 primary schools across the State to improve the state of their oral health.
The Oyo State Government says it will enroll 37,500 indigent persons, including old people, children below 5 years and pregnant women, under the Basic Health Care Provision Fund to enjoy free basic health services in government hospitals across the State.