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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 Feb 10
stand with nurse as he aspires to the red chambers of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. We urge all nurses and midwives to vote and support him. It's high time nurses brought their knowledge and intellectual capabilities to the Nigerian political sphere.
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NANNM Nigeria Feb 10
We stand with and support one of us, a nurse par excellence and professional in politics as she seeks re-election to the Bayelsa state house of assembly as member. Ride on comrade, the spirits of Nightingale and other forebearers are with you and you'll never fail.
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NANNM Nigeria Feb 10
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NANNM Nigeria Feb 10
Replying to @Kekas4u
Yes, 3 CEUs for NMCN licence renewal will be awarded.
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NANNM Nigeria Feb 10
Replying to @Kekas4u @duyiro2019
Yes, 3 CEUs for NMCN licence renewal will be awarded.
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NANNM Nigeria Feb 10
Replying to @duyiro2019
Kindly contact the NANNM chairman or secretary in your state.
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NANNM Nigeria Feb 9
Registration Opens for the 2019 International Nurses and Midwives' Week. Find attached below registration details.
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NANNM Nigeria Feb 9
Nurses and midwives remain the key to Universal Health Coverage.
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NANNM Nigeria Feb 6
Today, we felicitate and congratulate our amiable president, as he joins the leadership of as national vice president. We are proud to be associated with you. Wishing you successful tenure and greater heights. .
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NANNM Nigeria Feb 6
Today, we felicitate and congratulate our amiable president, as he joins the leadership of as national vice president. We are proud to be associated with you. Wishing you successful tenure and greater heights. .
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NANNM Nigeria Dec 29
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NANNM Nigeria Dec 23
, we join to wish midwives in Nigeria and world over a merry Christmas with this appreciation song.
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NANNM Nigeria Dec 15
In planning to celebrate the IND 2019, we want to remain rooted and connected to the grassroots. We intend to operate with international connections but with grassroot participation. Nurse a voice to lead: health for all.
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NANNM Nigeria Dec 12
Nigerian nurses felicitate with and congratulate who takes over as England's . Wish you the very best of tenure and pray that your work further strengthen the campaign not only for England but also the global population.
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NANNM Nigeria Dec 12
Imagine 2019 IND's logo in your mother tongue. Nigerian nurses, we can make this happen.
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NANNM Nigeria Dec 12
As the theme for the 2019 IND is unveiled, we urge all Nigerian nurses to get prepared and make use of available resources to ensure that next year's celebration is not only colourful and impacting but also helps to achieve health for all as the theme implies.
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NANNM Nigeria Dec 10
The Nigerian government must do all in their powers to protect health workers who risk their lives to perform humanitarian work in conflict zones.
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NANNM Nigeria Dec 8
Our B and C zones combined conference holds in Abeokuta, Ogun state from 17th to 20th December, 2017.
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NANNM Nigeria Dec 6
You are all cordially invited to the book launch in honour of the pioneer General Secretary of NANNM, Oba Moses Adelani Olabode. December 18th is the day, OOPL, Abeokuta is the venue.
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NANNM Nigeria Dec 6
Our governments at all levels in Nigeria must learn to engage in safe staffing in order to save the Nigerian healthcare system from the imminent crisis. Nursing positions should not be substituted for less qualified cadre or quacks. The facts are there to guide us.
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