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7 Apr
In a bid to increase the number of cleft specialists in West Africa, global cleft charity Smile Train and the West African College of Surgeons (WACS) recently churned out the first cohort of cleft specialists following a 9-month long training and the award of Smile Train- WACS Post-Fellowship Cleft Surgery Certification, the first of its…
4 Nov 2021
The West African College of Surgeons (WACS) has said that governments at all levels no longer support students. It said the situation has made the College turn to individuals
22 Feb 2020
The West African College of Surgeons (WACS) has expressed concern over increasing rate of brain drain in West Africa’s health sector, calling on the region’s governments to explore solutions.
20 Feb 2019
The West Africa Cable System (WACS), has been upgraded, the second in a series.
12 Aug 2018
The world is in a digital era and the prevailing technological changes have a huge impact on all media forms. Television, which is not an exception, is today facing rapid transition towards Internet-based services. Before now, television was once as simple as radio - scheduled broadcasts received by the public with a device capable of…
11 Jul 2018
Nigeria Internet Registration Association (NiRA) is targeting the registration of about one million .ng domains names in another five years.

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GRAFIL Medical Limited is a subsidiary of Grafil Group and distributors of medical and laboratory equipment in Nigeria such as diagnostics and laboratory equipment, endoscopic equipment, intensive care unit equipment, general medical equipment. Apart from being one of the leading and dependable firms in the nation’s medical equipment subsector, the company prides itself as one…
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JNC International Limited (JNCI) is a proudly Nigerian turnkey medical equipment services and solutions company with a long-term partnership focus on improving both clinical diagnostic and interventional capabilities,...
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Government has restored it following observation that the removal has undermined the peace and cohesion as well as triggered mutual distrust among the many ethnic nationalities in the country thereby hindering national development.
18 mins ago
Paucity of fund, layback attitude and recruitment of unqualified staff have been identified as some of the factors responsible for the unpalatable state of Nigerian embassies and consulates abroad.
21 mins ago
Some of the steps taken by the recently appointed Interim Administrator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP), General Barry T. Ndiomu, have continued to excite Nigerians, especially those from the South-South Geo-political Zone of the country.