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NANNM Nigeria
NANNM is a professional association cum trade union, a non-governmental and non-profit organization authorized to organize Nigerian nurses and midwives.
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NANNM Nigeria Jun 12
is proud to felicitate with Dr. Grace Ogiehor-Enoma following her announcement as the 2019 New York Yankees Nurse Hero Winner. We also appreciate all who voted to make this happen. Congratulations to Dr. Grace and Nigerian nurses.
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NANNM Nigeria Jun 7
Swearing in ceremony of nurse (honourable) Ebiuwou Obiyai for another tenure as member, Bayelsa state house of assembly. We congratulate you and wish you a successful tenure and greater heights.
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NANNM Nigeria Jun 4
This is really disturbing news, however rest assured that leadership in the state is working on this with a view to weed out the bad elements responsible for this degrading actions from the nursing profession.
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NANNM Nigeria May 29
One of ours, Dr. Grace Ogiehor has been nominated to be New York's Nurse Hero and needs votes to be selected. Kindly use the link below to vote and select Grace Ogiehor. Thank you for your great support!
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NANNM Nigeria May 25
As complies with the Supreme Court ruling on Zamfara, we congratulate and felicitate with one of us, on his election as a senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Wishing you a successful tenure resplendent with lots of achievements.
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NANNM Nigeria May 25
Another black day as the nursing community losses nurse Aderoju Victor of NOHIL, Lagos State who was brutally attacked on his way to work on 22/5/19. May God grant his soul sweet repose and the family and colleagues the fortitude to bear the loss. We also call for more security.
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NANNM Nigeria May 25
felicitates with one of us, Nurse Adams the current HOD Nursing FMC Keffi as the new King of Farin ruwa community in Nasarawa State Nigeria. May your days be long and your reign be peaceful and impart positively on your community. Congratulations!!!
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NANNM Nigeria May 18
We commiserate and mourn with one of us, Mrs. Margaret Amanyi the AGS in charge of Benue state whose husband was lost to RTA on 13th May. We pray God grant her the fortitude to bear the loss as he is being buried today.
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Dr Eugene Kongnyuy May 17
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ifedayo afolabi May 16
Hi I am looking for doctors, nurses, social workers, and anyone who is willing to take care of our most vulnerable on the streets It ain't pretty but it is sure pretty worth it Kindly Send me a DM if interested
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NANNM Nigeria May 17
Outcome of a meeting between and Nigerian Medical Association on interprofessional harmony in the health sector. We hope this translates to lasting peace and improved quality of the health sector in Nigeria. May medical tourism and brain drain become history too.
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NANNM Nigeria May 16
We are glad to announce that Dr. Emon Duke has been released from the den of kidnappers. We appreciate everyone and agencies who played various roles in regaining her freedom. Thanks for the words of prayers and support.
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NANNM Nigeria May 12
Nurses change lives and that changes everything. This is why nurses are critical to the sustenance of a functional health care system. We thank for celebrating and supporting nurses and the nursing profession.
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NANNM Nigeria May 12
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NANNM Nigeria May 12
Governments should begin to see funds put into the development and education of nursing and midwifery as long term investments into the future of their citizens.
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NANNM Nigeria May 12
This is one of the reasons why nurses are critical to the success of any health care system...
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NANNM Nigeria May 12
Nurses make a better world in many ways and in many places.
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NANNM Nigeria May 12
Nurses are a voice to lead in advocating for health for all. Nations need to empower nurses because they are critical to achieving functional health care system and for the achievement of Universal Health Coverage.
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NANNM Nigeria May 12
That this year's mothers' day falls on the same day as the birthday of Florence Nightingale is no coincidence. It's perhaps a message to us all that just like mothers, nurses have an important role in our lives and existence. Happy nurses' day and happy mothers' day.
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NANNM Nigeria May 9
We are glad to receive this special message from president, comrade Abdrafiu Alani Adeniji despite the rigorous academic schedule at NIPSS, Kuru, Jos. Happy International Nurses Week to us all.
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