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Kolawole Omoniyi

Kano, Nigeria
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About Kolawole
KOLAWOLE OMONIYI is a hard working, solution driven male accustomed to working with minimal supervision in fast-paced media and social environments. Prefers be called KBOBO. 

He has the ability to multi-task with over 14 years hands on experience on various media projects ranging from journalism, broadcasting, public relations to marketing roles in various media organizations in Kano city and the entire country at large.

He holds a master degree holder in public relations and post graduate diploma in mass communication, both at Bayero University Kano and Higher National Diploma HND in mass communication at Osun state Polytechnic with Honors. 

He is a New Manager of a trio radio stations in Nigeria (Cool fm, Wazobia fm and Arewa Radio). 

Proud father and husband with so much respect for the family and the journalism profession, born 10th of June in the 80’s.
English Yoruba
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Gender Barriers Threaten Maternity Services Across Northern Nigeria

12 Dec 2023  |  www.nigeriainfo.fm
Gender barriers are threatening maternity services across Northern Nigeria, where socio-cultural and religious factors prevent women from receiving medical care from male healthcare providers. This has led to inadequate female skilled birth attendants and a gender imbalance in the health sector. Incidents such as a man divorcing his wife for being attended by a male doctor during childbirth highlight the severity of the issue. The reluctance of men to allow male workers to treat their wives, even for simple tasks like checking blood pressure, has resulted in a concentration of female health workers in urban areas, leaving rural areas underserved. Efforts to address the imbalance include enrolling only female students in midwifery schools and introducing community midwifery programs. Despite these initiatives, the Maternal Mortality Ratio remains alarmingly high in the region, and the shortage of midwives is acute, with the UNFPA reporting that Nigeria needs 70,000 more midwives to tackle the deficit. The article also discusses the role of traditional birth attendants and the state governments' struggle to train female healthcare providers while balancing cultural and religious barriers.


Health Report on the Discovery of Fresh Polio Cases

Health Report on the Discovery of Fresh Polio Cases


Kano House of Assembly Political Report

Education Report on Teachers' Mass Protest

Health Report on Pfizer Drug Test Victims in Kano

Human Angle Story on Mass Wedding Sponsored by the State Government

Security report in Kano

Kano Health Report

Health Report in Kano City

Story on Street Begging Prohibition Law

Story on education sector in Kano city.

The Hisbah Board is a religious security agent saddled with the responsibility of preventing forbidden acts in Islamic religion.

Electricity report in Kano city

Story on Local Government Council Poll in Kano City

Story on local government election in Kano city.

Health report of situation of polio virus in Kano city.

Story on power sector in the northern Nigeria

Security Story in Kano

Story of Boko Haram Terrorists in the northern Nigeria.

Polio virus looms in Kano if…

09 Mar 2016  |  NEWSVERGE
Nigeria, having been removed from the list of polio-endemic countries, faces challenges in maintaining its polio-free status, particularly in Kano State, where the last case was recorded. Stakeholders are concerned about vaccine rejection in remote areas due to community demands for resolution of local issues such as land disputes and leadership conflicts. In Rogo LGA, residents have refused vaccination until their village head is dethroned. In Bunkure LGA, a land dispute has hindered immunization efforts. Some schools also rejected vaccines due to lack of notification. The State government and Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje have intervened, setting up committees and enforcing immunization with police assistance, but resistance persists. The government is urged to address the underlying community issues and improve communication strategies to ensure successful vaccination campaigns.

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