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Toyin Saraki

10 Mar 2019
According to the UN, global maternal mortality ratio has declined by 44 per cent since 1990 but still more efforts are needed since about 303,000 women are estimated to die yearly due to childbirth. CNBC Africa poke to Toyin Saraki, Healthcare Philanthropist and the Founder-President of Wellbeing Foundation Africa to share more on her efforts in regards to this on the African continent.
10 Nov 2018
See education, health deficits as a national emergency, Toyin Saraki tells Nigerian government.
5 Apr 2018
Wife of Senate President, Mrs Toyin Saraki has said women in the country are increasingly becoming more politically conscious and that more efforts should be put in place to encourage them.

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