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GNAN Summits It’s Work On Amendment Of Establishment Act Of NMCN
Following the inauguration of the expanded committee of a reliable and intellectual think tank (at our 19th National Professional Conference & Scientific Update – Kaduna, 2019) to oversee review of the Establishment Act of the Nursing & Midwifery Council of Nigeria and preparation of a bill for the parliamentary amendment of the Act, we are pleased to avail you the work of the committee and the
proposals made thereto for further actions.
2. It is our considered judgment as well as that of the general nursing community, whom we received input from in the course of executing this assignment, that this prototype bill
document we are submitting to you if adopted and passed by the parliament shall address myriad of flawed sections in the current obsolete Act that fall short of contemporary complexities of nursing and midwifery practice, current trends and international best practices.
3. We profoundly appreciate and encourage the NANNM’s effort and collaboration with the Nursing & Midwifery Council of Nigeria (NMCN) and our highly revered Senator Hassan
Mohammed Gusau (Zamfara Central) to see that the amendment of the Act sees the light of the
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4. We are hopeful and prayerful that by the grace of God, we shall make out the best for the profession from this bold, selfless and patriotic move. We strongly assure you of our readiness
to do more at any stage of the bill’s process and therefore urge you not to hesitate in beckoning
us when it demands.
5. Please kindly find the attached bill proposal document (in soft & hard copies) and accept the assurances of our esteemed regards.
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