In Nigeria Society


While were all busy minding our businesses this week, our Minister of Labour and Productivity, Dr Chris Ngige, went on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Wednesday morning and said some rather inflammatory things. When asked about the current mass emigration of Nigerian doctors to various countries abroad, he said: “Who said we don’t have enough […]


The Medicine or The Messiah?

Case 1. Daniel had a fever last week. He prayed to God about it, and in an hour it was gone. Case 2. Chinelo also had a fever last week, lasting for a day. She prayed about it during the day, dropped by the hospital on her way home and got some medications, and took […]

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What Medical School Has Taught Me

When I was filling out my UTME form and excitedly writing out the words ‘Medicine and Surgery’ in the portion for course of study, I had no idea what I was getting myself into. All I had was my dream of helping people as a doctor, one I’ve had since I was a child, and […]

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Love, Or Medicine?

Today’s blog is not going to be one of those where I share my opinions on a topic, because to be honest, I have not exactly decided where I stand on this issue yet because I don’t know if there is a “one size fits all” answer. Rather I’m going to highlight the opinions I […]