The Transmission Company of Nigeria says it has restored power supply to Ayede Transmission Sub-Station, Ibadan, Oyo State following the fire incident that occurred on Friday.
Ndidi Mbah, TCN General Manager, Public Affairs, revealed this in a statement she issued on Saturday in Abuja.
Mbah said there was a fire incident in Ayede Transmission Substation in Ibadan, adding that it occurred at about 3:15pm on Friday.
According to her, the incident affected one 150 Mega Volt Ampere (MVA) 330/132 Kilo Volt (kV) power transformer.
She said that the fire was put off and power supply restored to the substation at about 6:46pm and subsequently to the affected areas the same day.
“We regret any inconveniences this incident may have caused electricity consumers in the affected areas,” she said.
Nigeria Police Medical Screening List 2022 | NPF Medical Screening Date Announced
Nigeria Police Medical Screening List 2022 and NPF Medical Screening Date have been announced.
Naijaonpoint reports that the Nigeria Police Force Medical screening date for the exercise has been announced. This was made known to candidates who have proceeded through the next stage of the recruitment exercise.
If you want to check the NPF Medical Screening List, you are on the right page as we will show you the step by step process you should follow if you want to check the date and names of those qualified to participate in the 2022 medical screening exercise.
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Candidates are thereby urged to visit www.policerecruitment.ng/medicalscreeninglist in order to stay updated with the latest information regarding the Police medical screening date and list of shortlisted candidates. If you apply for NPF recruitment, kindly read this update to get more information.
Check the Nigeria Police recruitment portal or official website of the Nigerian police force to ascertain if your name is on the list of those that will go for the medical screening exercise in their respective venues across the 36 states of Nigeria.
How to Check Nigeria Police Medical Screening List 2022
To check the NPF Medical screening list. Follow this steps.
- Login to www.policerecruitment.ng
- Enter your Application ID and Password.
- Once you have logged in, navigate to screening list.
- Download and Open the PDF List in there.
- Search for your name.
Please take note, the NPF Medical screening is only for candidates who have found their names on this shortlist. If your name is not on the list of candidates shortlisted for the medical check up of the Nigerian police, please do not proceed to the venue. Here you will be able to check the list of candidates for the medical screening.
NPF Medical Screening Date
The Nigeria Police has fixed 17th May, 2022 as the starting date for the Medical Screening and it will run all through to 31st May, 2022. Candidates who have checked and seen their names on the shortlist should prepare for the screening exercise.
Candidates who the Nigeria Police examination which was computer based are eligible to proceed to the Nigeria Police website and check the medical list. Please ensure you go to the venue of your screening on time.
Nigeria Police Medical Screening Requirements
The medical screening exercise will hold in the seventeen Nigerian Police Zonal Command nationwide. Please check your application status on the portal and print out your medical screening slip in preparation for it. You are to appear at the venue of your screening with white T-Shorts and shorts. Also ensure you go with your credentials and photocopies of it including your O’Level result, Age declaration certificate or Birth Certificate and also recent passport photographs.
Also, you will need to come with your guarantors’ form which will be submitted at the venue of the screening exercise. Failure to present these documents will automatically disqualify you from proceeding to the next stage of the recruitment exercise.
To always get the latest news on Nigeria Police Medical Screening 2022, just let us know in the comment section and we will ensure we keep you updated promptly, let us know what you think.
WHO recommends physical activities to tackle Non-Communicable Diseases
The World Health Organization(WHO) has said physical activities can help to tackle the burden of Non-Communicable Diseases if harnessed routinely.
It has been reported that Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs) kill 41 million people each year, equivalent to 71% of all deaths globally.
Each year, more than 15 million people die from an NCD between the ages of 30 and 69 years; 85% of these “premature” deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries.
Seventy-seven percent of all NCD deaths are in low- and middle-income countries.
Kazadi gave this hint during the third edition of the of walk the talk: The Health for All Challenge” organized by the World Health Organization Nigeria office in collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Health, partners and the public.
The WHO Country Representative, Dr Walter Kazadi, pointed out that, globally, the burden of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) has been growing due to a lack of physical activities.
He noted that today, we are here to create awareness for people to engage in physical activities. To bring everybody to know about NCDs and it’s effect.
“Globally, the burden of Non-Communicable Diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, cancer and chronic diseases are growing due to lack of physical activities.
“We do it once a year on the side to kick off World Health Assembly. Health Assembly that is starting tomorrow. We want to add our contribution to that global campaign for everyone to become active as part of our effort to beat NCDs.
“This is what we should be doing every day for at least half an hour if we are to beat NCD,” he said.
It is worthy of note that, Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs), also known as chronic diseases, tend to be of long duration and are the result of a combination of genetic, physiological, environmental and behavioural factors.
The main types of NCD are cardiovascular diseases (such as heart attacks and stroke), cancers, chronic respiratory diseases (such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma) and diabetes.
NCDs disproportionately affect people in low- and middle-income countries where more than three-quarters of global NCD deaths 31.4 million occur.
Detection, screening and treatment of NCDs, as well as palliative care, are key components of the response to NCDs.
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