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Exclusive: Due to Covid-19 Over 5000 Nigerian Nurses Died, 7256 Left For UK

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The National Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives (NANNM) has charged the federal and state governments with increasing investment in nursing and midwifery, claiming that the profession is the health sector’s backbone. Nnachi Michael, the national president of NANNM, expressed this at an event in Abuja to commemorate International Nurses’ Day, saying that nurses should be recognized and fairly compensated

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Strike: Row worsen as Nr. Olurotimi Awojide, Toba Odumosu led NANNM walks out of Lagos State Government

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He said: “Yes, we(NANNM) had to walk out of the meeting because the invitation we received was to meet the governor and not representatives. We had met those same officials several times in the past without resolution. So it is important that we hear from the horse’s mouth.”

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National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives

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The union was founded on 8 December 1977, when the Government of Nigeria merged the Nigerian Nurses’ Association with the Nigerian Association of Nurse Anaesthetists. The Professional Association of Trained Nurses of Nigeria, Professional Association of Midwives of Nigeria, Professional Association of Public Health Nurses, Psychiatric Nurses Association and Industrial Nurses Association also joined the new union. The union affiliated to the Nigeria

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