Kate Isa: Revolutionising laboratory science in Nigeria
25 December 2023 | 11:49 am
Come May 5, 2022, Katchey’s Independent Analytical Laboratory Complex, a subsidiary of Katchey Company, will become Nigeria’s first internationally accredited independent analytical lab.
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