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World Leukaemia Day

12 Sep
Some volunteer blood donors at the 2021 World Leukaemia Day organised by a Non-Governmental Organisation, Timilehin Leukaemia Foundation (TLF), on Saturday, called on more Nigerians to participate in the life-saving exercise, so as to shore up depleted blood banks. Some of the volunteers who narrated the various gains and benefits of blood donation in interviews…

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