Buhari signs medical residency training bill into law

Buhari signs medical residency training bill into law


President Buhari

President Muhammadu Buhari has signed the medical residency training bill 2018 into law.

This was disclosed by the Senior Special Assistant on National Assembly matters, Ita Enang.

According to him, the President also signed the Hydroelectric Power Producing Areas Development Commission (Establishment, etc) (Amendment) Bill, 2018 into law.

He said President Muhammadu Buhari, has assented to the Medical Residency Training Act, 2018.

“This Law enacts and regulates the Medical Residency Training Programme for the training of Medical Practitioners and Dental Surgeons to be regulated and managed by the National Medical Post-graduate College of Nigeria.

“This programme is for persons who possess the Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB.BSc, MB. CH, B, BDS), or its equivalent, have gone through the NYSC programme with discharge or exemption Certificate, and possess professional indemnity Certificate from a reputable Insurance company, among others.

“This Act is directed at assuring the quality and competence of Medical practice and practitioners in Nigeria through Statutory Medical Training Programmes to encourage Medical Tourism from other Countries to Nigeria and build further confidence in Nigeria Medical System” he said

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