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Bauchi Seeks Cross River’s Support On Nurses, Midwives Training

| June 7, 2013 More


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Bauchi — Bauchi State Government is seeking the support of Cross River State government to trains 200 nurses and midwives.

Governor Isa Yuguda disclosed this yesterday after he laid the foundation stone of a new N2.4bn State specialist Hospital in Bauchi. He said already 200 nursing /midwifery students have been sent to Cross River to study Nursing and midwifery in order to have qualified staff that will serve in various hospitals across the state.

Yuguda decried the attitude of some state indigenes that after being sponsored by the state government to study medicine refused to work for the state at the end of their studies and advised them to rethink and come back home to save lives of their brothers at home.

He said when completed, the specialist hospital will be the best in the northern part of the country and advised the people of the state to support the government in its effort to provide adequate health care to the people.


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