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NANNM Nigeria
NANNM is a professional-cum trade union organization, a non-governmental and non-profit organization authorized to organize Nigerian nurses and midwives.
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NANNM Nigeria Oct 27
We are glad to announce that she's been released. We appreciate all for their prayers, support and concerns. Thank you. We continue to count on your prayers for the release of Alice Loksha, Leah Sharibu an others.
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NANNM Nigeria Oct 27
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NANNM Nigeria Oct 27
Good news this morning, kidnapped Kaduna CNO and husband have been released. We appreciate everyone for their prayers, support and concerns. Thank you all. We hope and continue to pray for the release of Alice Loksha and Leah Sharibu others. May God bring and keep them safe.
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NANNM Nigeria Oct 27
Another moment of solemn reflections as we commit to mother earth, one of our secretaries. Solomon Obaje was a promising chap who was snatched in his prime by illness. Nigerian nurses love and will miss you. Rest on dearest.
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NANNM Nigeria Oct 24
Nigerian nurses are making enough sacrifices considering the deplorable conditions of our healthcare system. Subjecting us to killings and kidnappings is taking it too far. .
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NANNM Nigeria Oct 24
We received with great shock the news of the kidnapping of one of our members, a Chief Nursing Officer, and her husband in Kaduna. We urge , and other relevant agencies to work towards their release.
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NANNM Nigeria retweeted
Peter Maurer Oct 14
This is Hauwa. She’s 24 years old. A midwife working with us in northern Nigeria. In March, she was kidnapped. Tomorrow, she could be executed. Hauwa is a daughter, a sister, a friend. A young woman with a future ahead of her. We are pleading for her life to be spared.
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Peter Maurer Oct 14
Replying to @PMaurerICRC
Hauwa was abducted with Saifura, a midwife, and Alice, a nurse. All three dedicated their lives to helping others in northern Nigeria. Two weeks ago, Saifura was brutally executed. We are appealing for mercy for Hauwa and Alice. Please release them.
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NANNM Nigeria Oct 1
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NANNM Nigeria Sep 26
All Nurses are enjoined to comply
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NANNM Nigeria Sep 21
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NANNM Nigeria Sep 18
NANNM chairman who was recently elected National Chairman Public Service Joint Negotiations Council (PSJNC), will be on TVC this morning 19/09/18 between 7.00am to 7.30 am on the issue of minimum wage negotiation in Nigeria. Please link up. Solidarity for ever.
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NANNM Nigeria Sep 18
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NANNM Nigeria Sep 12
president, just emerged as National Chairman of the Public Service Joint Negotiations Council (PSJNC), trade unions side. Congratulations and Godspeed as you lead in negotiations for Nigerian workers.
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NANNM Nigeria Sep 12
Breaking News:- The National President, Nurse AbdRafiu Alani Adeniji has just emerged as the National Chairman of PUBLIC SERVICE JOINT NEGOTIATIONS COUNCIL(PSJNC) Trade Union side. Congratulations. May this brings many positive things/Victory to all the working class in Nigeria.
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NANNM Nigeria Sep 10
explores collaboration on improving patients' rights with . Nurses are the patients' advocates and defenders of human rights in healthcare delivery. This is in line with 2018 nurses' week theme; "Nurses a voice to lead; health is a human right".
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NANNM Nigeria Sep 5
Invest in nurses and midwives. The wealth of nations depend on the health of populations which is also determined by investments in nurses and midwives.
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NANNM Nigeria Aug 21
We wish all our Muslim faithfuls Eid Mubarak. May the guidance and blessings of Almighty Allah be with you and yours this season. The spirit behind the season is sacrifice which is synonymous with the principle behind our calling. May Almighty God reward our acts of sacrifice.
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NANNM Nigeria Aug 19
Nursing lies at the very heart of health care, both in institutions and in communities. Our health and well-being depends on the vitality, joy and confidence of nurses. Donald Berwick, President Emeritus, Institute for Healthcare Improvement. Our own leaders have a lot to learn.
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NANNM Nigeria Aug 19
Nurses who exercise their full powers with maximum competence, and whose numbers are adapted to the needs of the population, are the anchor for quality care that preserves and promote the health of the people. Dr. Shoshy Goldberg, Chief Nursing Officer, MoH, Israel.
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