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Word Processing (CIMP 615/CTR 616) - Third Run

By: Administrative Staff College of Nigeria (ASCON)  

Lagos State, Nigeria

12 - 16 Dec, 2011  5 days

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ASCON Complex, Topo - Badagry Dec 12 - 16 Dec, 2011
NGN60,000.00 (Excludes Accommodation & Feeding)
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08120911200, 07082453811

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