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Sunday, 31 January 2016

Lassa Fever Update From Lagos State (EXCLUSIVE)

It has become clear that the Lassa Fever scourge continues unabated. However, the Lagos state Government keeps her citizen abreast of events by publishing updates to that effects. READ UPDATE HERE...

PICTURES: 10 Concrete Steps To Proper Hand Washing Against Lassa Fever 

Wednesday, 27 January 2016

Signs, Symptoms, and Diagnosis of Zika Virus By CDC (MUST READ)

Zika VirusAbout 1 in 5 people infected with Zika virus become ill (i.e., develop Zika).
The most common symptoms of Zika are fever, rash, joint pain, or conjunctivitis (red eyes). Other common symptoms include muscle pain and headache. The incubation period (the time from exposure to symptoms) for Zika virus disease is not known, but is likely to be a few days to a week.
The illness is usually mild with symptoms lasting for several days to a week.
Zika virus usually remains in the blood of an infected person for a few days but it can be found longer in some people.
Severe disease requiring hospitalization is uncommon.
Deaths are rare.


The symptoms of Zika are similar to those of dengueand chikungunuya, diseases spread through the same mosquitoes that transmit Zika.
See your healthcare provider if you develop the symptoms described above and have visited an area where Zika is found.
If you have recently traveled, tell your healthcare provider when and where you traveled.
Your healthcare provider may order blood tests to look for Zika or other similar viruses like dengue or chikungunya.


No vaccine or medications are available to prevent or treat Zika infections.
Treat the symptoms:
  • Get plenty of rest
  • Drink fluids to prevent dehydration
  • Take medicines, such as acetaminophen or paracetamol, to relieve fever and pain
  • Do not take aspirin and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), like ibuprofen and naproxen. Aspirin and NSAIDs should be avoided until dengue can be ruled out to reduce the risk of hemorrhage (bleeding). If you are taking medicine for another medical condition, talk to your healthcare provider before taking additional medication.
If you have Zika, avoid mosquito bites for the first week of your illness.
During the first week of infection, Zika virus can be found in the blood and passed from an infected person to another mosquito through mosquito bites.
An infected mosquito can then spread the virus to other people.

Tuesday, 26 January 2016

UNIILORIN Housemanship Result Out... See Your Name Here!!!

University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital
Congratulations to all successful applicants (and doctors) who have their names listed below as having passed the screening exam for Housemanship positions in the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital.


This is to invite the underlisted Candidates who applied for Housemanship position (House Officer position) in the hospital for the screening/interview exercise which will hold as scheduled belows:-

Date: Thursday 4th February, 2016
Time: 8:30am prompt
Venue: Schools Complex (Old Maternity) Amilegbe Ilorin
Candidates are to come along with the original copies of their credentials including both certificate and writing mateirals.

Names of shortlisted candidates:
Dr.  Taiwo Oluwakemi Abioye Kwara Ekiti
Dr.  John Olusinmi Ajefolakemi Kwara Ekiti
Dr.  Ibrahim Ayodeji Afolabi Kwara Ekiti
Dr.  John Tunmise Ayodele Kwara Ekiti
Dr.  Joseph Taiwo Ajibola Kwara Ifelodun
Dr.  Funmilayo Blessing Amoo Kwara Ifelodun
Dr.  Moses Oluwaseun Ayilara Kwara Ifelodun
Dr. Ayodele Omobolade Joseph Kwara Ifelodun
Dr.  Oluranti Mojisola Olaosebikan Kwara Ifelodun
Dr.  Aishat Otuyo Kwara Ifelodun
Dr.  Muhideen Atanda Salaudeen Kwara Ifelodun
Dr.  Babatomiwa Musa Balogun Kwara Ilorin East
Dr. Olawale Abbas Abdulazeez Kwara Ilorin S.
Dr.  Aiahat Adeola Abubakar Kwara Ilorin S.
Dr. Mubarak Akande  Jimoh Kwara Ilorin S.
Dr.  Nasiru Olayinka Jimoh Kwara Ilorin S.
Dr.  Zainab Ajoke Jimoh Kwara Ilorin S.
Dr.  Kamaldeen Sunkanmi Abdulraheem Kwara Ilorin W.
Dr.  Abdulfatahi Ibrahim Abdulmumeen Kwara Ilorin W.
Dr.  Bukola Simbiat Annafi Kwara Ilorin W.
Dr.  Emmanuel Oluwadamilare Abikoye Kwara Irepodun
Dr.  Qudrat Titilola Abdulsalam Kwara Irepodun
Dr.  Adenike Omolara Adekeye Kwara Irepodun
Dr.  Opeyemi Ebenezer Dada Kwara Irepodun
Dr.  Olusolape Tope Ogunniyi Kwara Irepodun
Dr.  Ezekiel Adeshina Oladepo Kwara Irepodun
Dr.  Olaitan Kamar Olawuyi Kwara Irepodun
Dr.  Daniel Opeoluwa Onaolapo Kwara Irepodun
Dr.  Ademola Peter O. Aboyeji Kwara Isin
Dr.  Oluwaseun Temitope Oyinloye Kwara Isin
Dr.  Hafis Adebisi Abdulrauf Kwara Offa
Dr.  David Oyeleye Araoye Kwara Offa
Dr.  Ahmed Adekunle Kwara Offa
Dr.  Adekunle Salau Kwara Offa
Dr.  Babatunde Michael Abolarinwa Kwara Oke-Ero
Dr.  Damilola Banjo Oriolowo Kwara Oke -Ero
Dr.  Miracle Temidayo Afolabi Kwara Oyun
Dr.  Abdulrasheed Ajibola Folorunsho Kwara Oyun
Dr.  Sherif Temitope Maruf Kwara Oyun
Dr. Rukayat Oluwakemi  Omolola Kwara Oyun
Dr.  Jemima Onyize Ojapa Kogi Adavi
Dr.  Grace Jummai Abaya Kogi Bassa
Dr.  Oluwatoyosi Durowaiye Kogi Bunu
Dr. Ojone  Musa kogi Igalamela/O.
Dr.  Titilayo Temitope Ibitomi Kogi Ijumu
Dr.  Oluwaseun Samuel Ilugbuhi Kogi Kabba/Bunu
Dr.  Tolulope Paulharrison Tolufase Kogi Kabba/Bunu
Dr.  Mayowa David Obajemu Kogi Mopa-Muro
Dr. Ibrahim Asipitan  Salau Kogi Okehi
Dr.  Abdulmumin Yakubu Kogi Okene
Dr.  Oluwafemi David Ajibade Kogi Yagba-East
Dr.  Temitope Ayobami Famolu Kogi Yagba-East
Dr.  Abayomi Ipinera Kogi Yagba-East
Dr.  Ibukun Elizabeth Osadare Kogi Yagba-East
Dr.  Oloruntobi Philip Robert Kogi Yagba-East
Dr.  Tosin Kemi Sanni-Manuel Kogi Yagba-East
Dr.  Tolushe Isaac Abe Kogi Yagba West
Dr.  Abraham Onmonya Agbaji Benue Ado
Dr.  John Obogwu Benue Otukpo
Dr.  Victor Ochayi Orih Benue Ogbadibo
Dr.  Babatomiwa Jamaldeen Bada Ekiti Ado
Dr.  Clement Adebayo Adedara Ekiti E.S.W.L.G
Dr.  Bimbo Mary Abioye Ekiti Ekiti West
Dr.  Stephen Ajibade Adeseko Ekiti Ekiti West
Dr.  Ayoade Oluwatobiloba Adeyemo Ekiti Emure
Dr.  Victor Jide Animasahun Ekiti Ijero
Dr.  Odunayo Bamidele Babalola Ekiti Ijero
Dr.  Segun Joseph Ayilara Osun Ayedaade
Dr.  Ismael Omofolarin Adeniyi Osun Boripe
Dr.  Joshua Adedayo Fadeyi Osun Boripe
Dr.  Hakeem Adeyemi Adetayo Osun Ede North
Dr.  Helen Igbekeleoluwa Akande Osun Ede North
Dr.  Nurudeen Damilola Muritala Osun Ede North
Dr.  Adeyemi Mathew Awoniyi Osun Egbedipe
Dr.  Olusina Ayodeji Amoo Osun Ejigbo
Dr. Felix Adeyemi Olalomi Osun Ife Central
Dr.  Abayomi Olaleye Popoola Osun Ifelodun
Dr.  Folajimi Tosin Jolayemi Osun Ila
Dr.  Saheed Adeyinka Odediji Osun Ila
Dr.  Adewole Ameh Adeyefa Osun Ife
Dr.  Oluwatoyin Samuel Ojo Osun Ilesa East
Dr.  Akinolaoluwa Owoeye Osun Ilorin East
Dr.  Olafimihan Timothy Toomori Osun Ilesa East
Dr.  Samuel Olusola Ajayi-Obe Osun Ilesa West
Dr.  Olalekan Paul Olayiwola Osun Ilesa West
Dr.  Mercy Eunice Olowookere Osun Ilesa West
Dr.  Oluwatosin Esther Oluwole Osun Ilesa West
Dr.  Oyeronke Moslimot Orija Osun Ilesa West
Dr.  Musliudeen Adebayo Adeoye Osun Irewole
Dr.  Morufu Adebiyi Balogun Osun Irewole
Dr.  Akinsola Tesleem Sanusi Osun Isokan
Dr. Olajide Ajao Osun Iwo
Dr.  Oluwatobiloba Folorunso Ajao Osun Iwo
Dr.  Adekunle Oluwaseun Atanda Osun Iwo
Dr.  Titilope Fatima Olanrewaju Osun Iwo
Dr.  Ayotunde Bamkefa Osun Obokun
Dr.  Ayomide Samuel Olumayowa Osun Obokun
Dr.  Oluwafemi Adesina Osun Odo-Otin
Dr.  Kayode Emmanuel Alabi Osun Odo-Otin
Dr.  Temitayo Ayodeji Ayanlele Osun Odo-Otin
Dr.  Kehinde Olabode Babayemisi Osun Odo-Otin
Dr.  Florence Omolara Dare Osun Odo-Otin
Dr.  Omolara Olasumbo Oyeniran Osun Odo-Otin
Dr.  Olalekan Michael Tutuola Osun Odo-Otin
Dr.  Abiodun Waheed Adigun Osun Olorunda
Dr.  Dolapo Teniola Salami Osun Olorunda
Dr.  Victor Mike-Akinlusi Osun Oriade
Dr.  Timilehin Mercey Ogungbamigbe Osun Oriade
Dr.  Rilwan Adegboyega Oyekunle Osun Orolu
Dr.  Oluwatooni J. Olatunji Ogun Abeokuta N.
Dr.  Olaide Temidayo Vaughan Ogun Abeokuta N.
Dr.  Olujimi Stephen Adenekan Ogun Abeokuta S.
Dr.  Damilola Olamide Egbetayo Ogun Abeokuta S.
Dr.  Ebunoluwa Olayinka Oluwaferanmi Ogun Abeokuta S.
Dr.  Omolola Olabisi Soyinka Ogun Abeokuta S.
Dr.  Oluwadamilola O. Ogunsina Ogun Ado-Opo/Ota
Dr.  Abdulhakeem Wale Ajibode Ogun Egbado S.
Dr.  Tiwalade Abidemi Akinhanmi Ogun Ifo
Dr.  Olasunkanmi Qudus Badmus Ogun Ijebu Ode
Dr.  Oluwatobiloba Opemipo Lekuti Ogun Ijebu Ode
Dr.  Abiola Oluwadamilola Odu Ogun Ijebu Ode
Dr.  Mubarakah Oladotun Owodunni Ogun Ijebu/North
Dr.  Abdul-Azeez Oluwatosin Alli Ogun Ijebu/North
Dr.  Oluwatobi Samuel Awoyemi Ogun Ikenne
Dr.  Anuoluwapo Opeyemi Solanke Ogun Obafemi Owo
Dr.  Oluwaseun Yetunde Solanka Ogun Obafemi Owo
Dr.  Oluwatosin Esther Ajibesin Ogun Odeda
Dr.  Michael Ayotunde Sansadeen Ogun Odogbolu
Dr.  Oyewole Olayiwola Oyetunde Oyo Afijo
Dr.  Anuoluwapo Veronica O. Ayegoro Oyo Afijio
Dr.  Yetunde Rukayat Olatunde Oyo Afijio
Dr.   Adeyemi Ibrahim Shittu Oyo Atiba
Dr.  Folasade Rachael Amoo Oyo Egbeda
Dr.  Kolawole Sulaimon Ibikunle Oyo Ibadan North
Dr.  Abdul-lateef Moradeyo Oyo Ibadan N.W
Dr.  Opeyemi Kazeem Adeleke Oyo Ibadan South E
Dr.  Motolani Kunmi Akinwande Oyo Ibadan South E
Dr.  Khadijat Ayo Abdul-Azeez Oyo Ibadan S. W
Dr.  Mohammed Adebayo Lawal Oyo Ibarapa N.
Dr.  Aminat Oluwadamilola Adeniji Oyo Ido
Dr.  Mashood Adigun Badmos Oyo Irepo
Dr.  Kehinde Adedayo Lawal Oyo Irepo
Dr.  Adekola Peter Omokunmi Oyo Iseyin
Dr.  Olalekan Simeon Olayanju Oyo Kajola
Dr.  Philip Oluwatimileyin Adedokun Oyo Lagelu
Dr.  Eunice Opeoluwa Akande Oyo Lagelu
Dr.  Akinsola David Akinpelu Oyo Lagelu
Dr.  Lukuman Ajibola Boladale Oyo Lagelu
Dr.  Oluwaseun Adedayo Adetunji Oyo Ogbomoso N.
Dr.  Oluwakayode Gbemileke Adisa Oyo Ogbomoso N.
Dr.  Gbemisola Dolapo Akanji Oyo Ogbomoso N.
Dr.  Jacob Funsho Oyeniyi Oyo Ogbomoso N.
Dr.  Olufiade Patricia Oyerogba Oyo Ogbomoso N.
Dr.  Noah Oluwaseun Aderinto Oyo Ogbomoso S.
Dr. Adetola Titilope  Adewale Oyo Ogbomoso S.
Dr.  Olukunle Damilola Ajala Oyo Ogbomoso S.
Dr.   Samson Adesina Ajala Oyo Ogbomoso S.
Dr.  Adekola Emmanuel Jeremiah Oyo Ogbomoso S.
Dr.  Abimbola Aminat Ojewumi Oyo Oluyole
Dr.  Peter Oluseun Obafunmiso Oyo Ona-Ara
Dr.  Abdullah Ayanwale Oyo Oorelope
Dr.   Sururat Folashade Adeniran Oyo Oyo East
Dr.  Joseph Olufisayo Adewale Oyo Saki West
Dr.  Gafar Ajibade Badmus Oyo Saki West
Dr.  Awal Babatunde Oteba Oyo Saki West
Dr.  Funmilayo Bello Ondo Akoko N-W
Dr.  Yewande Christianah Balogun Ondo Akoko S. E
Dr.  Francis Olutoye Amoko Ondo Akoko S.W
Dr.  Ruth Oluwafunmilayo Lawal Ondo Akoko S.W
Dr.  Michael Goke Olagundoye Ondo Idanre
Dr.  Atinuke Funmilayo Gbago Ondo Ifedore
Dr.  Damilare Marvelous Popoola Ondo Ilaje
Dr.  Sulaeman Akanji Okoro Ondo Owo
Dr.  Victoria Emike Ayeni Edo Etsako Central
Dr.  Alli Sediq Edo Etsako West
Dr.  Ehikioya Omogieva Akhabue Edo Esan West
Dr.  Aimuamwosa Okoro Edo Orhionmwon
Dr.  Eziafa Cyril Ojianwuna Delta Aniocha-South
Dr.  Chioma Ijeh Vincent Delta Ika N. East
Dr.  Island Chinazaoku Anyasi Delta Aniocha North
Dr.  Okeoghene Michael        Ogidi-Ekoko Delta Isoko South
Dr.  Ilolochi Irene Oki Delta Ndokwa East
Dr.  Chinedu Gregory Onwuatuogwu Delta Oshimili
Dr. Precious Oghenekevwe Evuarherhe Delta Ughelli North
Dr.  Ochuko Japhet Efebale Delta Ughelli South
Dr.  Inyang Essang Ebieme Ak/Ibom Oron
Dr.  Akwamfon Ezekiel Efiok Ak/Ibom Uruan
Dr.  Arit Udoh Ak/Ibom Urue Offong
Dr.  Henry Ezebunwo Ngari Rivers Obio/Akpor
Dr.  Michael Eze Ukorha Rivers Omuma L. G
Dr.  Uchechukwu Lawrence Eke Abia Bende
Dr.  Emmanuel Okorie Anaga Abia Ohafia L.G
Dr.  Lovina Obewu-Onwuka Abia Ohafia L.G
Dr.  Chukwunonso Kalu Ukoh Abia Ohafia L.G
Dr. Onyekachi Junior  Nwala Abi Osisioma
Dr.  Chioma Adaobi J. Akam Anambra Aguata
Dr.  Onyinyechi Ogechi Obih Anambra Ihiala
Dr.  Nelson Mmaduabuchi Okeke Anambra Ihiala
Dr. Chinwe Joy Agguh Anambra Njikoka
Dr.  Chibuikem Nwabueze Chukwudifu Anambra Nnewi North
Dr.  Onyinye Peace Okonkwo Anambra Nnewi North
Dr.  Uchenna Chukwuemeka Nkwonta Anambra Orumba
Dr. Christiana Azih Uchenna Anambra Oyi
Dr.  Ijeoma Peace Okoye Anambra Oyi
Dr.  Tobechukwu Janet Ekete Enugu Enugu East
Dr.  Hilary Chikwado Nwidenyi Enugu Nsuka Central
Dr.  Chukwunonso Chinedu Enyi Enugu Udi
Dr.  Nnamdi Maxwell Onodu Enugu Udi
Dr.  Janefrancis Chikaodi Onuoha Imo Ehime Mbano
Dr.  Franklin Ogugua Okoli Imo Ideato North
Dr.  Onyema Anthony Osakwe Imo Ideato-South
Dr.  Christiana Nneka Duru Imo Njaba-Orlu
Dr.  Ogechukwu Chizoba L. Uchendu Imo Njaba
Dr.  Emmanuel Chimezie Onyema Imo Oru-West
Dr.  Chinonso Charles Ndukauba Imo Oru-West
Dr.  Oliver Ogomaka Imo Orlu
Dr.  Philip Ikechukwu Ugota Ebonyi Ezza South wishes you an outstanding performance in the scheduled screening exams.
Remember to be PUNCTUAL!!!

FG Announced Contaiment Strategy For Lassa Fever... Do You Think It Is Sufficient

I hate to do this, but I have to make my input into the whole Lassa Fever Outbreak. Currently, I am at a teaching hospital, (name withheld), and the feeling here is that may the Lassa Fever outbreak never reach here.
I keep on hearing different things that the Federal government is doing to halt the spread… the latest of which is a ‘CONTAINMENT STRATEGY’>>>
This strategy includes the following:
i. Immediate release of adequate quantities of ribavirin, the specific antiviral drug for Lassa fever to all the affected states for prompt and adequate treatment of cases.
ii. Deployment of rapid response teams from the Ministry to all the affected states to assist in investigating and verifying the cases and tracing of contracts.
iii. Sensitisation and mobilisation of clinicians and relevant healthcare workers in areas of patient management and care in the affected states.
iv. Urging affected states to intensify awareness creation on the signs and symptoms and general hygiene.
Do you think the government got it right?
Are there things you feel have been missed from their whole plan?
What things did they do correctly that deserve our praise?
In general, is the fight against Lassa Fever being won, or are we simply going round in a circle?
You can leave your comment in the comment box, just below. Your answers and identity will be protected with utmost secrecy.

Sunday, 24 January 2016

Pharmaceutical Society Of Nigeria Publication on Lassa Fever

The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria published its report on Lassa Fever. Lassa fever is referred to as an Acute Viral Haemorrhagic disease illness that occurs for one to four weeks and is commonly found in West Africa... READ FULL REPORT HERE

My IMSU Diary - Optometry Student Writes!!!

A loyal Doctors Quarter's Blog reader, who happens to be an 400 level Optometry student of the Imo State University, sent in a portion of his diary as a student. It revealed quite a lot.
Buy how many of you students experience the same thing like him.
* Lecturers telling you "buying my manual is not compulsory" but class Rep...let me have the list of those that bought. Wetin he won use am do?? huh!!
* If you think true love is the only thing that is hard to find...try looking for your H.O.D when you need his signature on a form...kikikikikikikiki

* In imsu you don't need to go far for anything...right in your hostel you have an electrician, painter, carpenter, plumber. we are the best 

* imsu guys can configure free browsing on small Nokia torchlight phone 

* You get to class as early as 8.00am only to see that all seats have been occupied by bags & books. una sleep for lecture class 

* Lecturer: Only 10 students in class today? Oya tear out a sheet of paper for test... turns to the board to write. Before he turns back------ class don full. nah wetin be that. Lol

* It's always funny when exam supervisor says SUBMIT!! And many students suddenly develop that super human ability; answering 3hrs question in 50seconds                        
Great Imo Stars. . .

Saturday, 23 January 2016


The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) yesterday  intercepted a shipment of 3,078.56kgs of Tramadol disguised as condoms at the Tin Can Island Port in Lagos.
The Tramadol, a prescription drug belonging to the class of opioid, which was said to have been unlawfully imported, was allegedly brought in by two pharmacists identified as Onuchukwu Owulu, 38, of Benow Pharmaceutical Impex Limited, Lagos ,and  Igboanugo Tochukwu, 35, of Vingil Pharmaceuticals Limited, Asaba.
According to the spokesperson for the agency, Mitchell Ofoyeju, the drugs were detected during physical examination at the port by NDLEA officials.
Ofoyeju, who said abuse of Tramadol has been reported among youths across the country, stated that the drugs were imported without permits by the relevant authorities, an infraction of Section 11 (a) of the NDLEA Act.
“It was also gathered that the drugs were imported for illicit distribution as they were disguised as cartons of condoms and other licit pharmaceutical products.
“The discovery of the drugs was made during examination of the container prior to delivery at their preferred destination outside the port. In addition, the companies could not produce either import or clearance permit for the said drugs,” said Ofoyeju.
Quoting the Director, Operations and General Investigation, NDLEA, Olugbenga Mabo, Ofoyeju said the prosecution of the suspects will address the lack of repect for due process by professionals.
“We have observed an infringement of the law with adverse consequences on the nation. The drugs were imported without permit by the relevant authorities. Prosecuting the suspects will serve as a warning to others. The case has been assigned to the Joint Task Force of the Agency for investigation,” quoted Ofoyeju.
The agency’s Commander at the port, Nse Inam said: “The shipment of controlled drugs originated from India. Onuchukwu Benjamin Owulu imported 107 cartons of Tramanow, a brand of Tramadol weighing 1,078.56kgs, while Igboanugo Vincent Tochukwu imported 250 cartons of Vingil Tramadol weighing 2,000kgs. Both suspects are being investigated.”
In his statement, Owolu said he couldn’t get import permit as a result of the strike action embarked on by employees of the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC).
“I registered Benow Pharmaceuticals Impex Limited in 2009 and started business in 2010 as a qualified pharmacist. I began the process of importing this consignment in September 2015 and the goods arrived on  December 13.
“My agent informed me of the challenge to obtain the permit to import and clear the Tramanow. The strike action by staff of the NAFDAC made it difficult for me to secure the necessary permit. I witnessed the search of the container in the presence of NDLEA officers and other security agencies at the port,” he stated.
Igboanugo, according to the NDLEA,  also admitted he did not get the necessary permit before importation.
By: Precious Igbonwelundu

Lassa Fever: Lagos Records First Causalty.

The Lagos State Government yesterday confirmed two more cases of Lassa fever in the state with one of the victims already dead.
The development brought the number of Lassa fever cases in the state to three, including the index case at Ahmaddiya Hospital in Ojokoro part of the state.
The Commissioner for Health, Dr Jide Idris, yesterday said the deceased is a a 51-year-old resident of Ilasan Leki and indigene of Edo State,was initially admitted at Divine Medical Centre in Ikoyi on January 12, this year, but died at 2 pm the same day before the result of the laboratory test that confirmed him positive was received.His corpse has been kept in the morgue in a leakproof body bag.

He said his ministry had listed 447 contacts of the confirmed cases and 438 (98 per cent) of the contacts were being monitored.

 The index case was responding to treatment at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH),while the second victim,a 36-year-old lady; an indigene of Kogi Statehas since been receiving antiviral medication.

Registered Nurse Needed At Nigerian Law School

Glad to announce to you, a bonafide qualified nurse of this placement fro the Nigerian Law School.
Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates to fill the following vacancies in the Nigerian Law School. 
LOCATION: Kano Campus
Applicants must possess NRN and NRM Certificate plus registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria and a valid practising license.
Appointment will be full-time and pensionable; and subject to a probationary period of two years, after which, upon satisfactory performance, the appointment may be confirmed. Other conditions of Service are similar to those existing in Nigerian Universities and as may be prescribed from time to time by the Council of Legal Education.
Successful applicants may be posted to any Campus of the Nigerian Law School as indicated for each post.
Applicants should submit 10 (Ten) copies of their applications, curriculum vitae and certificates.
Applicants are also to provide evidence of NYSC participation or exemption.
Applicants that fail to meet the requirements will not be considered.
Applications and supporting documents should be forwarded to the Secretary to the Council and Director of Administration,  Nigerian Law School, Bwari, P.M.B. 170, Garki-Abuja to reach her not later than six weeks from the date of this publication.