Imo: SA Health Releases More Details Of Health Webinar

Imo: SA Health Releases More Details Of Health Webinar
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More details of the recently announced Webinar event titled ‘Health Education In Times Of Crisis’ which is hosted by The Special Adviser on Health to the Imo State Governor Dr Okereke Marcillina has just been released. 

The event which was created by Nikky Emelike, CEO of Neasden College and Adviser to Dr Okereke Marcilinia on Communication funding and Bidding and launched by the Deputy Governor of Imo State, Prof Placid Njokuhis Excellency will still be held on the 26th of September, by 4:00 pm.

Additional guests include The Event Laucher, Chief of Staff to the Imo State Governor, Chief Barrister Sir. Nnamdi Anyaehie and The Commissioner, Ministry of Foreign/International affairs Imo State, Dr Fabian Ihekweme

Also billed to attend are the Governor of Imo State, Senator Hope Uzodinma, the Chief Speaker of the event, Dr Emeka Okereke, and the Special Guests of Honour, Special Adviser on Diaspora (Europe), Honourable Elder Aloysius Nnawugo and Her Excellency Mrs Modupe Adewemimo Oguntade, Wife of the High Commissioner to the United Kingdom among other dignitaries from all around Nigeria.

Read Also: Imo: SA Health Announces Groundbreaking Health Symposium

Other speakers include; Dr Emeka Okereke, Lady Dr EVC Doris Onyeneke, Mr Onyeka Ewuzie, Dr Ify Nwajei, Scholastica Onumonu-Nezianya and Lady China Nkaru. And the event is also supported by Ala Owerri Restaurant which is located at 128 New Cross Road, London.

The registration for the Webinar meeting can be completed here:

For further details on the event, the organisers can be reached on email at [email protected][email protected] or [email protected]

They can also be reached on mobile by the cell numbers: 08182790272, 07468587517.



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