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23 Nov
He returned to Nigeria in 1927 after finishing his studies in tropical medicine and joined the colonial medical services as a medical officer. He subsequently became a surgeon specialist and senior specialist in the service
4 Mar 2021
Bishop Howells Memorial Grammar School, Bariga recently organised the school's Day Principal’ event, with Miss ỌOmobaniJesu Iroyinayoọ̀ Idris, a Junior Secondary School 1 student emerging
19 Nov 2019
President of the World Federation of Neurological Surgeons, Prof. Nelson M. Oyesiku, has said that until the country puts in place a conducive working environment and “right” infrastructure, it would be extremely difficult for Nigerians to come home to settle.
1 Nov 2018
The Nigerian health sector was on Monday boosted with the injection of 82 young medical doctors by the University of Nigeria College of Medicine. Of this number, 70 are medical doctors while 12 are dental surgeons. Presenting the graduands to the medical and Dental council of Nigeria for induction, at a joint ceremony held at…

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Riding on the renewed zeal to ramp up agriculture and agro investment, African Development Bank (AfDB) and International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) have signed a new memorandum of understanding (MoU) to extend funding to 40 million farmers and double their productivity.