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Chrisland VC, Babalola Lauds Pharmacy as a Noble Profession
 
By: Abara Blessing Oluchi
Mon, 8 Aug 2022   ||   Nigeria,
 

As part of the preparation for the 20th Scientific Conference of the Nigeria Association of Pharmacists in Academic (NAPA) fixed for 15th – 19th August, 2022, the Local Organising Committee of the conference yesterday (6th August, 2022) paid a courtesy visit to Prof. Chinedum Babalola, Vice Chancellor, Chrisland University in Abeokuta, Ogun State.

The courtesy visit which was led by Dr Bamigboye Taiwo, Chairman of the Local Organising Committee for the scientific conference said the “visit was necessary because the amiable Professor of Pharmacy, Prof. Chinedum Babalola is not just one of us, but also the Keynote Speaker for the 20th Scientific Conference of the Nigeria Association of Pharmacists in Academic.” Dr Bamigboye remarked.

The Local Organising Committee Chairman further harped more on Prof. Chinedum Babalola as one making them proud as her achievements are there for all to see. He used the opportunity to invite members to the conference which he said holds a lot of unprecedented outcomes that would be beneficial to all.

The Vice Chancellor of Chrisland University, Prof. Chinedum Babalola welcomed his guests with warm heart as she promised to always be of support whenever the need arises. The Professor of Pharmacy went ahead to charge pharmacists across the country to get along with the global developmental trend to help save the nation of its health challenges, describing pharmacy as a noble profession created to save mankind. She added that the 20th Scientific Conference of the Association has been designed to address certain pharmaceutical issues that are germane to the development of the health sector.

The 20th Scientific Conference of the Nigeria Association of Pharmacists in Academic (NAPA is scheduled to take place in Faculty of Pharmacy, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Osun State with the themed: Pharmacy Education, Research and Practice, Revisiting the Basics.

 

 

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