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World Blood Donor Day 2017: Give Blood, Give Now 2

By Guardian Exclusive
19 June 2017   |   12:39 pm
Lagos residents respond to the call for voluntary blood donation at the e-centre, Yaba, where Rosabon Financial Services partners with the Lagos state government in a CSR activity on World Blood Donor Day 2017.

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