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How Safe is Paracetamol?

Paracetamol, otherwise known as acetaminophen, is one of the most commonly used analgesic/pain reliever in the country. This prescription and over-the-counter (OTC)...

Nigeria’s Electricity Problem: FG Vs. DisCos, By Reuben Abati

Here is the main problem with Nigeria’s electricity sector: Nigeria is Africa’s most populous nation, but it has failed consistently to generate, transmit...

Experts Fault Forex Food Restrictions, Say it will Not Benefit Consumers

The restriction on foreign exchange (forex) for food imports is not in the interest of consumers. This was the view expressed by experts...

Consumers to pay higher tariff for electricity

Nigerian consumers will henceforth pay more for electricity consumption as indicated in the new electricity tariff approved by the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory...

Osinbajo Decries DisCos’ Poor Capacity to Meet Consumers Power Supply Needs

Nigeria’s Vice President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday decried the lack of capacity of electricity distribution companies (DisCos) to distribute available grid power...

10 Things You Should Know About Power Disconnection

1. A customer can only be disconnected by a DisCo if no amount has been paid by the...

Zenith Bank Offers Free Banking to Senior Citizens

Zenith Bank Plc has introduced a new product, Zenith Timeless Account, which allows Nigerians aged 55 years and above to enjoy free...

Procter & Gamble Set to Launch Smart Diapers into the Market

The most popular ways parents determine if their baby’s diapers should be changed are obviously the baby’s cries and physical examination...

LASCOPA Investigates Source of Impurity Found in Malt Drink

The Lagos State Consumer Protection Agency (LASCOPA) has embarked on an investigative tour of International Brewery following an allegation of impurity found...

Nigeria Customs Intercepts ‘Poisonous’ Tomato Paste Imported from Iran

The Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) has intercepted six containers of ‘poisonous’ tomato paste branded as Shirin Asal My Tomato after they...