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Kano Female Doctors’ Tortuous Journey To Graduation In Sudan


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Last Friday, 47 female doctors of Kano extraction returned from Sudan after spending about seven years in three universities in that country. ABDULLÀHI YAKUBU writes on their sojourn abroad. Friday, February 5, 2021 has gone down in the history of Kano State as the day it produced the highest number of 47 female doctors since […]


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