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Ahmed Yakasai

9 Nov 2017
Ahmed Yakasai said the reasons for this choice are obviously germane, because the place of non-military elements of national security such as “Health Security cannot be over-emphasised.”
8 Nov 2017
Minister of Health, Prof Isaac Adewole, yesterday said that availability of medicines was critical for the security and survival of the country.
26 Oct 2017
The plan by the Federal Government to roll out the first locally produced vaccines in July 2019 may not be feasible.
26 Oct 2017
The Pharmaceutical Association of Nigeria (PSN) has officially launched the PSN Foundation and inaugurated its Board of Trustees, on Tuesday, in Abuja.
5 Oct 2017
Ahmed Yakasai is the president of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) and a veteran practitioner of almost 35 years experience.
8 Sep 2017
President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN), Ahmed Yakasai, has been selected to speak at this year’s International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP) in Seoul, South Korea on September 9, 2017.
14 Aug 2017
Stakeholders in pharmaceutical system have called on pharmacists to maintain their focus, capacity building and peer review of activities, as well as leadership and professional commitments in various practice settings in pharmacy.
19 Jun 2017
Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole, revealed that the joint venture sets up a company, Biovaccines limited, which the FGN owns 49 percent while May and Baker has 51 percent equity share.
14 Jun 2017
Nigeria is expected to roll out its first locally produced vaccines in July 2019, beginning with the drugs against Yellow fever, Tetanus Toxoid and Hepatitis B.To ensure that a firm being floated to achieve this target, Biovaccines Nigeria Limited...
1 Jun 2017
President PSN, Ahmed Yakasai, and National Secretary, Gbolagade Iyiola, who signed the statement said that the move will surely give a boost to pharmaceutical industry in Nigeria by guaranteeing adequate medicines supply for...
15 May 2017
Inter Professional Collaboration (IPC) is defined as “when multiple health workers from different professional backgrounds work together with patients, families, careers (caregivers), and communities to deliver the highest quality of care.
23 Feb 2017
Further analysis showed that the prices of essential medicines in Nigeria such as anti-malarial and antibiotics have risen by over 150 per cent in less than two years.


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Upon being informed that her famished and desperate peasant compatriots could not afford their staple diet of bread, the Queen of France Marie-Antoinette (1755-1799) allegedly
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Lagos State Government, yesterday, said it had embarked on the construction of the Opebi-Mende Link Bridge and the approach roads in Ikeja Local Council for ease of commuting
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The story has been that of unchanging marginalisation of the education sector by the federal government in its policy formulation and annual budgetary appropriation.
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The Rotary Club of Omole Golden (District 9110) has disclosed plan to provide ultra-modern public toilets at major markets and motor parks as part of its advocacy to tackle
16 mins ago
Terrorist kingpin, Alhaji Shanono, has been killed in a major air raid, the Air Force high command has confirmed.