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700 foreign medical students, parents accuse Nigeria’s Medical Council of Nigeria of victimisation

By OakTV
12 December 2017   |   1:44 pm
700 foreign medical students who sat for the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria, MDCN, licensing examination have expressed frustration over the ill-treatment meted out at them.

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