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After 15 years, Imo State University Graduates 55 Doctors

 

By Ignatius Okpara

At last, the Imo State University Teaching Hospital Orlu, has finally graduated 55 of its fifth set of medical doctors, fifteen years after.

African Examiner gathered that the fresh medical graduands had spent not less than 15 years at the medical institution due to the period of non-accreditation of the medical programme as well as strikes.

At the oath-taking ceremony yesterday, a member of the Federal House of Representatives, Jerry Alagbaso, who chaired the event, had challenged the new medical doctors to be good ambassadors of their alma-mater and uphold the ethics of the profession.
The law maker admonished them to be religious in discharging their professional obligations saying “bear in mind that you have the supreme task of saving lives first before any other thing.”

Alagbaso, applauded the Chief Medical Director of IMSUTH, Dr. Chijioke  Nzewuihe, management  of both Imo State University and IMSUTH for making the  graduation of the doctors a reality.

Vice Chancellor of IMSU, Prof. Ukachukwu Awuzie, in his speech, had expressed satisfaction with the graduating doctors for persevering to the end.

Awuzie also appreciated their parents for toiling day and night to make the dreams of their children come through.

The Chief Medical Director of IMSUTH, Dr. Chijioke Nzewuihe, described the graduation of the doctors as historic and unique, stating, “under my administration, two sets of doctors have been turned out.”

Nzewuihe said that the target of IMSUTH is to embark on programmes and services that will make the institution a centre of excellence and promised to give his best towards the objective.

High points of the colourful ceremony were the formal induction of the 55 new doctors after their professional oath.

 

At last, the Imo State University Teaching Hospital Orlu, has finally graduated 55 of its fifth set of medical doctors, fifteen years after.

African Examiner gathered that the fresh medical graduands had spent not less than 15 years at the medical institution due to the period of non-accreditation of the medical programme as well as strikes.
At the oath-taking ceremony yesterday, a member of the Federal House of Representatives, Jerry Alagbaso, who chaired the event, had challenged the new medical doctors to be good ambassadors of their alma-mater and uphold the ethics of the profession.
The law maker admonished them to be religious in discharging their professional obligations saying “bear in mind that you have the supreme task of saving lives first before any other thing.”
Alagbaso, applauded the Chief Medical Director of IMSUTH, Dr. Chijioke  Nzewuihe, management  of both Imo State University and IMSUTH for making the  graduation of the doctors a reality.
Vice Chancellor of IMSU, Prof. Ukachukwu Awuzie, in his speech, had expressed satisfaction with the graduating doctors for persevering to the end.
Awuzie also appreciated their parents for toiling day and night to make the dreams of their children come through.

The Chief Medical Director of IMSUTH, Dr. Chijioke Nzewuihe, described the graduation of the doctors as historic and unique, stating, “under my administration, two sets of doctors have been turned out.”

Nzewuihe said that the target of IMSUTH is to embark on programmes and services that will make the institution a centre of excellence and promised to give his best towards the objective.

High points of the colourful ceremony were the formal induction of the 55 new doctors after their professional oath.

 

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