Noting the enormous human casualties and its implications for health and security, the CMA passionately calls on the Government of Nigeria to urgently calm the situation by arresting further intimidation, assaults and murder of the peaceful protesters, ensuring the arrest of criminals and hoodlums who are attacking peaceful demonstrators, and ensuring strict adherence to existing International treaties on fundamental human rights, and International treaties that govern the treatment of civilians, as enshrined in the Geneva Declaration of 1949.
CMA PRESIDENT APPRECIATES GUESTS AND PARTICIPANTS OF THE 2ND WEBINAR SESSION ON HEALTH WORKFORCE AND COVID-19
Following the very successful Webinar hosted by the Commonwealth Medical Association (CMA) on Thursday, 3rd September 2020, I wish to express my profound appreciation to all those who responded to… Read More »CMA PRESIDENT APPRECIATES GUESTS AND PARTICIPANTS OF THE 2ND WEBINAR SESSION ON HEALTH WORKFORCE AND COVID-19
In this season of Eid-el Kabir, I heartily wish all our muslim brothers and sisters, a happy Eid-el Kabir celebration. May this season and your spirit of sacrifice bring forth… Read More »HAPPY EID-EL KABIR TO OUR MUSLIM BROTHERS AND SISTERS!!!
Some doctors have urged Nigeria and other Commonwealth countries to prioritise saving of lives and use the opportunity of COVID-19 to prepare for future global pandemics or outbreak. The doctors… Read More »covid-19:commonwealth-doctors-want-countries-to-plan-for-pandemics
The President of the Commonwealth Medical Association (CMA), Dr. Osahon Enabulele, has urged Governments of various countries in the Commonwealth of Nations to urgently deploy more resources and provide adequate… Read More »COVID-19: Provide PPEs, incentives for health workers, CMA President urges
The President of the Commonwealth Medical Association, Dr Osahon Enabulele, has urged the Federal Government to step up efforts to stop the spread of coronavirus cases in Nigeria. Enabulele gave… Read More »CMA urges Federal Government of Nigeria to step up COVID-19 containment efforts