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NMA debunks reports linking member to banditry in Zamfara

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The Nigeria Medical Affiliation (NMA) has denied media experiences connecting medical docs with banditry in Zamfara State.

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The affiliation’s state Chairman, Dr Mannir Bature made this identified in an announcement on Friday, NAN experiences.

Nwachukwu mentioned this whereas reacting to experiences which mentioned that ‘Police in Zamfara arrested a medical physician, seven others in reference to banditry.”

In accordance with him, the suspect is a Medical Laboratory Technician, parading himself as a medical physician to defraud people.

“Our consideration has been drawn to a publication from numerous media organisations with a caption, ‘Police in Zamfara arrest medical physician, 7 others in reference to banditry.

“We are going to prefer to make it clear to most people that the above caption is wrong.

“Investigations revealed that the particular person in query is a Medical Laboratory Technician, posing as a medical physician to defraud people.

“This particular person is neither a resident nor does he work in Zamfara State.

“Lastly, solely holders of MBBS, MBChB and BDS are entitled to be referred to as medical physician,” he mentioned.

NMA debunks experiences linking member to banditry in Zamfara

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