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Expert wants government, stakeholders’ to jointly battle glaucoma

Glaucoma By Felicia ImohimiThe Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA) has called for collaboration among the government, optometrists, ophthalmologists and other eye care providers to address glaucoma burden in Nigeria. Dr Ngozi Nwanekezie, the Chairperson of NOA, FCT Chapter, made the call in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday

Optometrists mourn former world council President Udom

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Eye screening by an optometrist By Felicia ImohimiThe Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA) on Thursday mourned the death of former President of the World Council of Optometry (WCO), Dr Uduak Udom. Udom reportedly died on Monday in Uyo at the age of 63 after a protracted illness. The association, in a statement, in Abuja

Killings, attacks: Optometrists demand members protection

Dr. Ozy Okonokhua, NOA President (middle) during a press briefing in Abuja The Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA) has condemned frequent attacks on its members and called for urgent protection to avoid nationwide service disruption.Dr. Ozy Okonokhua, the President of NOA, made the appeal at a news conference on the attack of

World Sight Day: Optometrists want eye treatment equipment produced locally

Police receive 4,342 complaints, sanction 20 personnel

Eye screening By Felicia ImohimiNigerian Optometric Association (NOA) on Wednesday in Abuja solicited the local production of ophthalmic drugs and equipment (eye medications) to make eye care services accessible to more people. The president of the association, Dr Ozy Okonokhua, made the plea in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria

Optometric association wants govt. recognition to ease operation

How fans defended Davido and his armpit hair after others trolled him

The newly elected executive of Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA), led by Dr Ozy Okonokhua By Felicia ImohimiThe Nigerian Optometric Association (NOA) has pledged its commitment to collaborate with government to ensure the absorption of optometrists’ internship in government health institutions. Dr Ozy Okonokhua, the newly elected President of NOA gave the assurance