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Another milestone has been achieved at the National Commission for Persons With Disabilities as the Commission enroute on another journey to train its staff on 3D printing. The aim is for the staff to learn the basics of 3D printing and how to operate the printers in order to commence production of prosthetics for amputees in Nigeria. At the opening ceremony, the Executive Secretary of the Commission, Mr James David Lalu tasked his staff to pay attention to what will be taught at the five days training. He maintained that the training will change the narrative not only for the Commission but also for amputees in Nigeria. “Tremendous efforts was put in place to make sure that this training holds and we are putting our hopes on you to learn and also teach others on 3D printing, most especially printing of prosthetics, prosthetics design, evolution of prosthetics and applying 3D printing for prosthetics which is our core objectives at this training,“ Lalu maintained. In attendance at the opening ceremony were Permanent Secretary of the Federal Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social Development, Dr Nasir Sani Gwarzo; Matsunaga Kazuyoshi, Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary permanent representative to Ecowas, among others. Talks has already commenced between the Ministry and the Commission on acquiring the 3D printers. Head N. Media #NothingAboutUsWithoutUs #ncpwdnewmedia