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Yakubu Dogara called attention to the huge number of Nigerians leaving the country for medical treatment. The speaker of the House of Representatives also noted that there was a brain drain of medical doctors in the country. According to Dogara, the health sector needs

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The Minister of Labour and Employment, Dr. Chris Ngige, has said that he was misquoted, following the public outcry that greeted his statement that mass departure of medical doctors out of the country was nothing to worry about since Nigeria has more doctors and could

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Dr Chris Ngige, Nigeria's minister of labour and employment, on Channels TV claims that Nigeria has enough medical doctors to cater for its health needs.   The minister was responding to a question on brain drain and the deliberate recruitment of Nigerian doctors by foreign embassies

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PharmAccess Foundation, Sterling Bank Plc and Premier Medical Systems (PMS) jointly held a digital health summit in Lagos recently to brainstorm on the importance of having a data for health records in Nigeria.   The summit which had in attendance; investors, development partners, government agencies, other stakeholders

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The Minister of Finance, Zainab Ahmed, on Sunday, at the 2019 Spring Meetings of the World Bank Group (WBG) and International Monetary Fund (IMF), in Washington disclosed that proceeds from the Federal Government’s second $15 billion Green Bond will be used in financing agriculture, power,

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The Nigerian American Chamber of Commerce (NACC), has emphasized the need for both the public and private sectors to deploy global technologies to transform the nation’s economy.According to the chamber, developed economies of the world have moved on to deploying the use of Information, Communication

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The Borno State Primary Health Care Development Agency (BOSPHCDA) through the Additional Financing -Nigeria State Health Investment Project (AF-NSHIP), a World Bank assisted project has embarked on Training for Facility Managers and Finance Clerks from 101 contracted Health Facilities and General Hospitals in 10 Local

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It is no longer odd to hear or read blunt criticisms of the church in today’s society. These criticisms are neither country nor region specific. They dominate the media and have led to an exponential increase in the level of distrust and scepticism in churches.

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