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Developing Supervisory & Management Skills

By: CIR Capacity for Africa

Lagos State, Nigeria

25 - 26 Jun, 2012  2 day

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Lagos Airport Hotel, Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria Jun 25 - 26 Jun, 2012
NGN55,000.00 per participant
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+2348034963464

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