UNILORIN Inducts 48 New Medical Doctors

UNILORIN Inducts 48 New Medical Doctors
Rate this post
The University of Ilorin recently at the 32nd professional initiation of the Batch ‘B’ of the 2016 medical graduates, inducted 48 newly qualified medical doctors.

The Registrar of the Medical and Dental Council of Nigeria (MDCN), Dr Abdulmumin Ibrahim, who was represented by the director, Kwara State Hospital Services, Dr Zinat Saadu urged the inductees to uphold the core ethics of the profession which are firmness, fairness, justice and mercy in the discharge of their responsibilities.

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ilorin, Prof. AbdulGaniyu Ambali (OON), while speaking stated that despite the fact that medical field is a difficult one, that we need more doctors in our hospitals to see to the medical needs of the over 170 million Nigerians.

The provost of College of Health Sciences, Prof. AbdulWahab Johnson congratulated the inductees and and showered encomiums on the Vice Chancellor for commitment towards ensuring the growth of the College.

READ  UNILORIN Plans To Implement 45% as Pass Mark, Adopts 4 Point Grading System

Enter your email address to get daily post utme news, Departmental cut-off marks, Jamb, waec, neco, and gce questions & answers:

Delivered by Naija Communications

Chinonso Ibeh
About Chinonso Ibeh 2921 Articles
Naijacomms.com is an educational portal who disseminates news from various sources to update its reader. Education is simply the key to success

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*