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8 Oct
In a video widely shared on TikTok and Twitter, a man claims that he recently found a mosquito with the number 38 stamped on its body. But is the insect in question actually a mosquito at all? We tell you more in this edition of Truth or Fake.
8 Apr 2021
Officials of the Standard Organization of Nigeria SON have destroyed expired packs of mosquito coil worth eight million Naira.
3 Jan 2019
Karitekinyana works and experiments with different locally grown plants and herbs, and has now developed a range of mosquito repellent cosmetics.

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